Moutasem al-Hameedy – Life Of The Prophet 50

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The Prophet's movement against Muslims has been designed to pave the way for more Muslim leaders to join the army and take over the city. The movement advises individuals to leave the army and not kill J Emergency Haritha, as it was his advice to not kill him. The importance of avoiding narcissistic behavior and avoiding bad behavior is emphasized, along with political criticism and general policy. The speaker also touches on the historical context of "has" and its significance in the culture of the Middle East.
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made by the prophets Allah Allah when he was salam in His call was the truth.

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it was getting stronger and gaining more power. So the right thing to do is actually to join the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to join the messenger sites. Some of those were specifically Holodomor Waleed, and I'm not gonna last and he was these were really two important figures in Polish in Makkah. And in the whole of the Arabian Peninsula, we said, Haldeman is

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probably the most intelligent in terms of

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like military leadership. I'm not gonna as we said his his his nickname was there, he had a lot of the genius of the Arabs, because of his intelligence, and his ability, his capacity in policy, and in the political landscape. So they were such a great win for the Muslims.

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Somebody might think, as you see from the conversations,

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can you want to get some to come down?

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Somebody might argue that local housing really last they made an argument that

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the Profit System was getting more powerful, and it was becoming more dominant. So somebody might think, well, they became Muslim, probably because

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he was more powerful, more dominant now. And they saw that the balance of power was leaning to his side.

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So does that make their Islam correct, or acceptable? We say that's not the whole story. The story shows that they actually they could recognize the truth of the Prophet of the message of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And part of what made them see that clearer was the language they understood, is the language of power,

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the language of power. So again, we have to treat humans as humans, humans are human. Sometimes we are idealists, sometimes in the sense, we're very ideal in our approach to things so we say, if you don't accept this fully for the sake of Allah, nothing else in it, it's, it doesn't count for you. By the way, this kind of pure state is a rare occurrence in in humanity, is a rare occurrence. And humanity. Humans are made of different components, we have the heart, the spiritual component, we have also the mind more of an intellectual component, reason, and rationality, we also have an emotional component, we have a social component to us. And all of these interact together.

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They interact together. So here 101 A lot. So they became Muslim. Part of what influenced the decision was the fact that they saw that the power was leaning more towards the side of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam. And this is not like, okay, they said, Let's side with who's stronger. That's not purely their state. Their state was they could see and recognize from an earlier stage that the prophets of salaam was telling the truth.

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But part of what prevented them was their affiliation with their forefathers with their tribe Quraysh, their loyalty, sense of patriotism, that was holding them back. So we humans as well, somebody might have the faith and the Eman by the way. But something holds them back may be a mental glitch.

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May be a tribal issue may be a social problem that is holding them back. So when you fix that glitch for them, you sort of allow their acceptance of the truth to flow and manifest itself and then dominate their decision.

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So for how to lead and among us, obviously, you can see there's an element of faith already there, they can see that the person won't add the truth, but they what was holding them back is their loyalty to their tribe, and to their forefathers and to the ways of their their forefather history.

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And part of it isn't well was power, the the status of Polish was high, and for for them, it was something important for them to side with. So that obviously blurred their vision and their assessment of Islam. So when these barriers are removed, they get a clearer vision and that's obviously what made them come into Islam and we will come to see by the way, inshallah soon as we talk about the conquest of Makkah, the people of Mecca become Muslim. When the Prophet said

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then takes over Maccha. What changed?

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What changed?

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The factor that the only factor that changed was the balance of power. That's the only factor of change. That really changed in that process. Does that mean okay? They become Muslim? Because what they were just following who was stronger.

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Now it's not purely so. So this kind of idealist tendency to judge people on a Puritan basis is inaccurate. Humans are very complex systems. And what prevents people from Islam is not so simplistic. Sometimes it's very, a very complex process. So those people of Makkah, they became Muslim, when they saw the Prophet salaam victorious. Does that mean they only accepted Islam because of the power of the Prophet Salam? No, but the fact that the person became dominant, that gave them a shock that changed their thought process, and made them see Islam in a new light. So they started to see something else in Islam, which actually gives strength to their spiritual side and their

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hearts, which thus unleashed their capacity to accept Islam and thus they accepted Islam. And that's why there Islam was accepted by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And the problem realized that their Islam is still fresh and young. It doesn't take root yet. Afterwards, the problem favors them with the spoils of war.

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He gives them more. Why because the prophets of salaam says

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that I get a man to strengthen or to to strengthen its roots in their hearts by means of this. Does that mean the person was bribing them? No, that's a very simplistic approach. This is a misunderstanding of human nature, human nature is very complex. So how do we relate a lot of losses go back home or lead an amicable house, they became Muslim. And this was such a great addition to to the Muslim ummah. Now we said around this time seven, year seven, year eight after his Allah, the Prophet Salam was sending

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his own messengers. He dispatched messengers to the leaders of other nations, to the Persians to the Romans is to the Eastern Roman Empire, which is the Byzantine Byzantine Empire

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and to Egypt, to Yemen, and to Yemen and different kings, the Prophet have sent dispatch to messengers to convey the message of Islam because that was, that was his message was universal global message. One of messengers that the Prophet SAW Selim dispatched was inherited not only real SD

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and the Prophet SAW Selim sent him to the king of Brusilov. Those of you who remember where his Basra located. It's not bussola Basra is in Iraq. We're talking about Missoula, Missoula, Sham, were in a sham.

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No locker is worth far, far north west Busara a sham

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not exactly Boleslaw Wellsboro Salah Sham, what is the Syrians? No, no serious here

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whose books Hashem is to the south is close to

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close to de la.

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It's now in South Syria. Busara shamon. It was the main city in a sharp 101 of the main citizen, a sham. So and the leader of

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and the people who dwelled in these areas were Arabs, a Sunni in oral assassin from the Nova sun. And they were allies with the Byzantine Empire. There was a lot of a lot of loyalty and a lot of those Arabs were Christians. A lot of those Arabs embraced Christianity they were practicing Christianity. So when Al had effeminate male as the who was sent by the Prophet SAW Salem when he reached an area called Alba Alba albacore is today is in the middle of Jordan is in the middle of Jordan. And this is where the capital A man is.

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This whole area is called El Belka from

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what it's like it's pretty much like a big area I think it's about

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my calculations

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by the self Isla colon okay so it's a little car and the professor said and by the way, in one Hadith he refers to a man who the person says Medina

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How will they come at being a manual Belka? Illa iden Bill Yemen

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so the pond of the prophets and Salam on the Day of Judgment, where the believers will get to drink from it

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Is stretches in a distance similar to that from a man available talk this area wilcott to Adam, which is in South Yemen.

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So there, there was

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a guy called Sheila available on a sunny one of the leaders of the Arabs there.

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He comes across Alhadeff, the Messenger of the Prophet sostenere.

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He stops him. And he says, perhaps you're one of the messengers of Muhammad, because the news spread around that Muhammad was actually addressing these the King, the kings and the Emperor's. You, perhaps you're one of the messengers of Muhammad. He said, Yes, indeed. So he takes him captive, he ties him up. And

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he, he chops his head off, kills him. And this was such a great violation of political rule of the time, the political norms at the time, because dispatches, or, or messengers were treated with respect. And they were not attacked. And there's the so there was some kind of

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like a protection that was given a sanctity that was given to messengers. So he was killed on the news reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. When the messenger Salam heard about this, he told the believers, the Muslims to get ready, get ready. Now why didn't the prophets of salaam just ignore this?

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Why didn't the Prophet I'm just ignored, this is just one man. And he was and he was killed fine.

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It's actually was a very strategic move from the Prophet SAW Selim first the messenger and feels relatively safe with regards to courage, we know that they be bullish, and whoever is an ally with Quraysh, they would not attack the Muslims. So this was such a great headache taken away, by the way, so the Muslims were, I would say, pretty safe. With regards to that they weren't really worried about cohesion, or he was already like weak and wasn't in a position to really make pose a great threats, a serious threat to the Muslims at the time.

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And the college they actually wanted that kind of treaty and time of peace. So that was one factor that made the Prophet Salam okay, that we can handle something else. Now. Number two,

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it's not about one person being killed, because we saw previously, the person would send some of his companions, and they would be captain, they would be killed, right. But the Russell province of Salem did not necessarily act on this spot, and react immediately to that and deal with it. But this is a situation of

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great consequences. This is some sort of a political dispatch. This is a messenger from the Prophet SAW Salem. And it went, as we said, against the political norms at the time. And it was such a great relation. Basically, when I kill your messenger, you mean nothing to me.

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It's more of a sign of waging war against you. It's not about the number of the people, it's about what it actually symbolizes, what it stands for. So the Prophet has suddenly realized this is a great sort of defiance to to our existence as Muslims and that we basically we don't care about you, we don't even count you.

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So the Prophet Salam realized, if he doesn't act according to that, if he does not reply to that and send a clear reply with regards to this, it would basically pave the way for more of this to happen with regard to no one would take the Muslims seriously. So the Prophet SAW and realized that's a great responsibility, and we have to act based on the situation. So the Prophet salallahu Salam tells the Muslims to get ready. He puts together an army of 3000 Muslims 3000 Muslims, and so far, this is probably the biggest Muslim army.

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It only the Muslims only had 3000 fighters during the hospital 100 and up when Muslims were sieged inside or sort of attacked inside Medina when they dug the trench. That was but that's the whole number of the Muslims probably at the time the people who could fight the men, but now the Muslims are sending this army outside of Medina. So probably the biggest Muslim army and the prophets of salaam says I like Cozido no Hadith your leader is ew harita for an awfully busy you don't for Jaffa

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if Zaid is is injured or is killed, then Jaffa takes over Jaffa Talib and javelin is just we said recently came from and Habesha the infamously but Jaffa Jaffa gets injured or his taken out the Abdullah hidden Ottawa her and Abdullah and Allah wa takes over

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and it's very rare in an army that a leader is is killed or two leaders are killed so the person took a lot of precaution.

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He that he puts three levels of leadership.

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Jafar found something. He was uncomfortable with the fact that the Prophet SAW Selim placed XID if no hurry to as a leader upon him, so he says to the prophets and says Bab until Omiya rasool Allah makan to double unterstand Milla Allah you say that I didn't wish that you would make Zaid, a leader over me, Jennifer, I'm gonna be Talib is the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and one of the earliest Muslims. And like he's well respected among the Arabs, he has his own status and position. And Zaid was considered to be the adopted son of the Prophet of Solomon, he had been a slave before Is this some kind of like racism or discrimination?

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Not necessarily, but it seems Jafra Navitat him so that he has had more rights to that leadership, in terms of his status, his influence, and so on and so forth. But the prophets of salaam was looking at it from a different perspective. And it seemed that the Prophet SAW said and made this decision with some kind of divine guidance from Allah subhanaw taala because he said to

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to Jaffa, probably he just had he saw something that Jaffa couldn't see he said in the for in Nicoletta de Danica Hayyan. He said, Just go ahead with it, because you don't know what good is.

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So the Prophet SAW Salem prepares the flag, the leadership flag, which was white and he gives it to Zaid Ibnu Haritha.

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The Army sets out of of Medina and they are given farewell by the Muslims. In Medina. Abdullah has supposed to be a third leadership, third leader, he starts crying, he starts being emotional. And so somebody somebody asked him like why would you cry says I'm not crying out of fear. But

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basically, I remembered the process and reciting a verse

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in which is what it mean Come Illawarra Doha by the way, I recited this in the insolate Asia and it wasn't intended by it's just happened I just figured out I recited that. He said Amen. Camilla worried haha can be Cadman McCullough, every one of you shall be exposed or presented to the hellfire.

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It is a must you load my data must. So he said, I don't know if I will be when I will be presented to the Hellfire will I escape it or not. And it seems Abdullah was feeling his the nearness of his death. He had a hunch, he had an intuition. And by the way, sometimes people are given that by Allah subhanaw taala. Sometimes people sort of foresee their death. It's not like knowledge of the Unseen. But sometimes Allah gives people an indication or an intuition that you are about to die. And there are stories that

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that are famous stories about people who really sort of

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felt the death was coming on a salary for do to amend like an illness or a disease or something, or are they like the the reason was obvious? No, we have Imam nawawi, for example, who died pretty early like in his 40s. I think in his mid 40s. Imam nawawi

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actually sort of knew that he was going to die. So he got himself ready for death.

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He got himself ready. There was a few stories as well about people

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that they knew somehow that they were going to die like next week.

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They either saw a dream, someone saw the Prophet I didn't know about the person who saw the Prophet SAW Selim in a dream. And it was a good man, really a good man, very simple, humble man. Like you won't even notice him.

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And he had, he saw the Prophet SAW Selim in a dream and the Prophet and said, we'll, we'll see your Sunday

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which was about five days later.

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So the man really went home. He was like in our neighborhood, and he went home.

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He got his stuff, ready, his papers, everything, finalized everything. He went to the market and he bought, you know, whatever, like groceries, double this the usual groceries. And.

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And he had a few debts, he went and made arrangements for them to be paid off, etc. And he just tells his wife until the night before that,

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probably, you're not going to see me anymore. I'm gone. I just I feel it after I saw that dream. And he died on Sunday. And that Sunday, it's not a common thing, but sometimes it happens. So I'm an alumna who has such an intuition

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A lot not Allah was a very sensitive person, by the way, very, very sensitive person. And he was a poet. He was a poet which goes hand in hand with being sensitive. So, some of the poetry he said as he was leaving he said lacking any a lot Ramana MacPhail Ratan Matata button that federal in jeopardy for Zubeida alternate and be at the Havana Medusa can be heard but in 10 foot will Asha will KB the Hatha Yoga Allah either Maru Jaffe, I will share the hula hoop because in Wakanda, Russia, he says basically I asked Allah because people made Muslims make dua for them, may Allah protect you and bring you back safe. And he said, But I'm asking Allah for forgiveness. And I'm

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asking Allah for a blow that will take away my soul by a strong fighter or by a spear that will go through my guts. Until when people pass by my grave they would say, May Allah bless him, someone who's really sort of put his life on the line for the sake of Allah. And, And subhanAllah like his grave is still like we know where his grave is still marked today.

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So then Abdullah comes to the Prophet salallahu Salam, and he says, for Tibet Allahumma. Turkoman hustlin three to Musa when ASAN can Ladino zero in Anita for us to fickle hierarchy for who Allah Who yeah and Mo and Macron and in Massaro, Antara Su woman, Johan Shiva atta, who Yama Isabey for the hill Cordero. He just gives the prop some some lines of poetry and says May Allah makes you stronger. And because of the beauty He has given you may give you firmness just as he gave Musa alayhis salam and give you a victory as he gave more Saudis. Salam. And he said when I first saw you, I saw the good in you. And Allah knows that I was right in that. You know, that intuition about

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you? When he says You are the messenger and whoever is denied your intercession on the Day of Judgment. Then he's someone who's basically lost had a big loss.

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And the problem he says to him, he replies to him we'll enter for the buttock Allah who have not our problem says May Allah make you firm? Not Allah.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim gives farewell to the army and he gives them advice. He says also you can be terrible Allah. I advise you recommend that you maintain Taqwa of Allah will be man Morocco, middle Muslim and a Hydra and that you take care of the Muslims who are with you treat them well. Or who will be smaller, you know,

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sort of engage in this expedition in the name of Allah for quality to do Allah who work on mission fight against the enemy of Allah and your enemy in a sham was the things you do and if he had a job and for salami, he martyrs it in Fela terrible, you will find people in their sort of places of worship. People who have just devoted their life for worship, leave them don't touch Don't Don't touch them. Don't do any harm to them, so that you don't accidentally shaytaan if you go see him after his overflow harbor serif, you will find people who shaytaan has sort of taken root in their heads. So these are the ones you are meant to fight against. While I talk to them rotten and do not

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kill a woman while Saudi Iran bottle and do not kill a child. Well, I can be on family and do not kill an older person, a senior person while at a national level and do not cut a tree while I talk to Iran an Athlon and do not destroy like a tree or a palm tree while at the mall beaten and do not demolish any house or construction. Again, that's the general ethics for Muslims in water and wartime warfare.

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So the Muslim army sets out what Abdullah has teased behind why because he has a point. It was Friday. He wants to pray he wants to catch Juma with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam so he praised the Juma with the messenger of Solomon proselytism. He says mama can tell Domus harvick What prevented you from leaving in the morning with your companions with the army. So he said I want to solve your miracle do mathematics have at home? I wanted to pray with you then I would catch up with them for Carla who Rasul Allah so number one factor math in Lima Dr. Formula duty him, if you were to spend everything like if you were to possess everything on earth and spend it for the sake of

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Allah, you would not get as much reward as they got as they left in the morning.

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Because it's just for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala has been read as part of this army. So he is part

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of this army and that's the first battle. Khalid takes part in as a Muslim. First one. So the Muslim army reaches a city called the man. The man is still called The Man same name, and it's in the south of Jordan today.

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It's, it's into a sham. It's in a sham, a little bit of a distance from

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alleges from the Arabian Peninsula generally speaking

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the news reaches be the guy who killed the messenger of the messenger SonSon was a bit of an animal. So he brings about the Arabs that he knows he gathers them.

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He manages to gather about 100,000

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Huge numbers 100,000 And obviously his allies join him because at the time

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her Oculus was also in El Belka was visiting the so the the Byzantine emperor, he was in a sham in a liberal car in a city called metab or mobile app. app on App. Now I'm not sure what more app is on the app is today

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because there's a few cities that were called Moab in still in the area and elbow car, and these are

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you have span which is a small town today. One of its names, older names was actually more AB So probably it was that, but we're not sure. And

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Okay, so there's mountains called mountains of Moab Moab. So probably it's still it's in the south of Jordan, it's north of man, the city of man.

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And it seems the

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the Byzantines managed to get together quickly an army of 100,000 So we have 200,000 on that side, huge number. Muslims are just 3000 Like there's no comparison, if you were to make a ratio

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of that it's almost like

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hunt 127 1-271-270-1461 67 Tier one is against 60 or 70 but there is something about about battles in this way, by the way. And that's

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like if you have like 3000 They're going to fight 200,000 Do you think that 200,000 will be able because of this space, the temporal landscape? Will they be able to engage with them? No, it's basically a small tiny portion of that big army will be able to engage with those 3000 So at a certain point the numbers really don't matter. Really.

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After a certain number numbers don't make any difference. Like if you have let's say 50 people fighting guess one person like they want to beat him up

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I mean, do you need the 50 person is probably you need 5.5 people so plus the number five you don't need any more than that said it's just a waste 45 are just a waste of waste of time right

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well obviously obviously so when the Muslims here it's 200,000 they they really they're taken aback and they thought oh man we were not ready for that. So they discussed it among themselves they said what should we do should we send back to the Prophet Salah maybe he would send more people to join us or

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let's wait until you know the person gets back to us some of them said no let's just stay with them whatever happens happens and Abdullah milawa he was there he was with the opinion that listen you guys we came obviously without hunchy had we came here for the sake of Allah and if we get you know that we get shadow fine with like there's no reason to go back we just came and we have to deal with them. Let's just deal with them and not

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wait until we get some kind of support from the Prophets Allah Allah when he was in him so we

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so they said fine, they just signed with Abdullah and Ottawa and they agreed to just you know, deal with that army and see what happens.

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So the Muslim start marching forward

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they reach that area, which is called Moto G is more of an open plane of land.

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And today it's in South Jordan near a city called Al Karak is a major city called the Kulluk which is a famous city.

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Near that city, there is the area of mortar where the battle took place and there are the graves by the way of the summer.

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The Muslims who died in this battle. So this is where they meet the army of the Arabs that assassin 100,000 along with the other 100,000 from the Byzantine Empire. So, the two armies engage quickly.

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As they start engaging, obviously the completely outnumbered Zaidan Haritha has been killed.

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The leader of the Army, who takes over Jaffa immunobiological, the Allahu Ana, he holds the,

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the the flag and the Muslims engage back in fight. Obviously, you know, the general rule in the in the, in any kind of battle is that you aim at the leader, the carrier of the flag, because once you put the flag down, that means a defeat. If the flag remains down for a while, that's a complete defeat. So unless someone picks it up quickly, so Jack will not be tolerated, carries the flag. He fights some of the Russians indicate that he was he was holding it in his right hand it was cut off, he holds in his left hand was cut off, he sort of hugs it with whatever was left of his arms, and he was killed. So

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afterwards, the Muslims after the battle, they said we found more than 50 cuts in his in the front of his body.

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Which shows that he was attacked severely and no cuts in his rear in his back. Nothing. That means he'd never give his back to his his enemy.

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And just before when he carried sort of before that when he carried the flag, he was actually he was saying some lines of poetry he was saying your habit agenda to work to rob ohata You better nobody then Sharapova war room Roman dinner either Booyah. Kathy rotten cafiero Tomba editon and Sabu. Allah Yeah, and lucky to have the robber. He said, like, he's sort of hoping for gender like he feels that it's coming close. So beautiful. And it's talking about it's, it's called drinks. And he says, then the Romans, their punishment is drawing near to them, and they have disbelieved and basically sort of just puts them down. And he says, When I meet them, I will fight with them face to

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the prophets of Salaam, by the way, as this was happening, the prophets of salaam was telling the Muslims immediately what was happening. So Allah subhanaw taala, revealed to the Prophet SAW Selim the scene of the battle,

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as it was taking place. So the Prophet salallahu Salam was speaking to the companions in Medina telling them now,

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zeta Maha Khalifa was martyred. And

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Jack Solomon Abu Talib carries the flag. So the prophets of salaam had an immediate, you know, look or peek into the battle and is it was as it was happening, as it was happening at the same time. So

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when the Prophet saw them, he says, basically, and a few Hadith that he saw from Nabil Talib, in paradise having wings because his hands were cut off in the battle. So Abdullah takes the the flag and there was a little bit of hesitation, reluctance, why fear? You're talking about 200,000 A huge army and you don't stand any chances in that. And it's obviously death for you, but still, like he felt the reluctance. So he says to himself, and he said he's a very sensitive poet, so he spoke to himself and poetry, and he says some TNF sletten zielen Latin Zelena I will talk Rohingya in Abdullah bin Nasser, Masha, Rinna, Maria Rokita Kahina Jana, so he's basically speaking to himself,

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he said, I swear I swear I force you

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are a swear by Allah that you will go forward.

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His sprinter himself, you either go forward or I will push you forward.

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When people are making the clamor at the moment of fight and war, why do I find you hating the smell of paradise? Then he says to himself Yeah, enough so in that Dr. Anita multihazard, emammal Multiculturality one atom and neiti for Fedora at indefinitely fit Allah Houma. Who did he he says to himself, speaks to himself as well. He says, If you don't, if you're not killed here, you're gonna end up dying so you're gonna die anyway.

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So if you're scared of death, you're gonna die anyway. So die in that state is better than is better for you.

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This is death that has been presented to you in front of you, and whatever you wished for, which is to be martyred for the sake of Allah, you've been given this. And if you do as both of them, then you would be God. You'd be doing the right thing. He's talking about Zaidan Haritha and jaffle. I'm gonna be Talia who just died before him. So he then

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He rushes into the, like the the, like the main point of action in the battlefield. And again, he's killed quickly. And that tells you it was absolutely like, it's no way Muslims had no chances talking about 3000 No matter what.

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Then the prophets Islam, as we said, is actually telling the Muslims straightaway what was happening. So

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when Abdullah Abdullah who was killed, Muslims sort of lost their balance, they started being dispersed, they were they were keeping themselves together, so they cannot be penetrated by because they want the point of contact to be very limited, which said, as a small number, this gives them advantage, the point of contact has to be limited. So you can basically turn the rest of their army obsolete, there is no point of contact. So all the rest of the army is just waiting behind is doing nothing. So you don't want to expand that point of contact, which will basically give them the advantage because of their numbers. So the Muslims when they started dispersing, that would give an

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advantage to the Byzantine army. At this point, one of the components saboteur

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lifts the flag again, and he rushes to Holodomor worried and he says, you carry that you are the leader now? He says, No, you are, you've been Muslim way longer before me You keep it. He's and you were embedded like one of the Bedri and one of the Muslims will witness but you you take it, he says I picked it up for you. You know more about warfare, you take it. So how long will it realize the situation was serious, he takes it

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is military genius. He sees the situation knows Muslim stands not stand no chances. And we did not reach they did not run away, they did not retreat, the point was done. He realized he obviously minimize the points of contact.

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It was the end of the day, obviously at night, they took rest. And that was the habit, although that was normal at the time, by the way, when it became dark, or after ISIL time, there would be some quote some sort of a truce between every army just natural thing. It was a rule of thumb. So the following day, Khalid had a new plan, he could read the situation differently. And so what he did, he flipped the army. In the sense whether it was on the left, he put them on the right, whoever was on the right, he put them in the left, whoever was in the front, he put them in the rear whoever was the reader, he put them in the front itself. So he mixed up the faces. And that gave the gave the

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impression to the other to the other to the to the Byzantines and the assassin, that these people are getting more support because we're seeing new faces.

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And then ultimately, we made a point to retreat slowly. And that retreat was very intelligent for a few reasons. Number one, it gave the Byzantines the impression that these people are setting us up they realize they're outnumbered so they want to withdraw they want us to follow them and they have an ambush for us. We're not going to go with that.

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So that was that was a good thing. Number two, it was safer for the Muslims because engaging in this was an act of suicide was an act of suicide. So he realized like there's no way we could stay with that and there's no point losing 3000 Muslims and we're not going to get any gain from that there's no political gain there's no military gain. There's nothing on the ground for us but we've made a point okay, the Messenger of the Prophet SAW Selim was killed we made a point that you guys can't mess with us we're going to eat you have to take us seriously. This with withdraw slow so he withdrew so slowly so intelligently. And the Prophet SAW Selim was actually

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can sort of telling the Muslims about about that so he was saying after the as he says Abdullah was killed Cotulla de la roja the riot a safe and mean so you Fila taffeta, Allahu La him. Then one of the swords of Allah took the flag is talking about how to lead and Allah Spanish Allah give them fit Allah give them for the effort to basically some sort of a win what was the win that you withdraw safely?

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We made a point in a we withdraw safely and from that they call read was called Safe Allah. Sort of Allah subhanahu wata Anna

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so the yes Holy Moly it takes the army back to Medina takes the army back to Medina some one story that happened in during the markets motor surprisingly said due to the intelligence and the good management of the leaders, Muslim leaders in that the

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Like, I would say like, it was more of a, like if you're talking about talking about numbers, you could call that a crazy kind of engagement. 12 Muslims died.

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That was phenomenal. That was phenomenal. 12 Muslims only died.

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So one of the Muslims

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was from Yemen.

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And all he had was his own personal sword that said,

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on the way to the battlefield, one camel was slaughtered for food. And this guy from Yemen, it doesn't have a shield. So he asks for the leather of it. And you know, in the past, they used to dry that leather, treat it and dry it and it would be get hard. So they would use it as a shield by the way, it could protect you from swords, so it blows. So he made a shield out of it. And he was a sort of a bounty hunter, like he was in the battlefield. He was observing who to who to target. And he saw one of the Byzantine knights who had an armor that was that had some gold

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embroidered mints in it, and a sword that had some gold ornament on it. So he aimed for that.

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He teased that guy, he first killed the horse, he got him off the horse, he attacked him he killed them and he took his shield and his sword and because in the battlefield

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whoever you kill that's an you take from their personal belongings that's yours apart from the the general spoils that's yours, it's called a cell

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so the guy knew what he wanted.

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So when Khalid saw that after the battle he saw Danny said like you figured out the story and he said that's too much for you we're gonna put it with the general spoils and it will be spread with the whatever if we got anything so one of the companions of nomadic

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I think it was

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Yeah, alpha alpha, alpha nomadic Avila when

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he came to Holland, he said, but the prophets of salaam he said that the cell, you take a person belonging from someone in the battlefield, that's going to be yours. harlot says Bella will Akkineni stalker, too, I know about the swimming, but it's too much for this person. It's way too much. And obviously they didn't get any, like, if there was any spoils of war, it would be a little bit of what weapons that they got. So one won't be much. So I will he said little Lee I will

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refund nakoma and the Rasulullah saw Salam alphanumerics if you either give it to him or I shall speak about the to the problem about this. So humbly did not respond to him. So in Makkah, also in Medina when they went back out nomadic goes to the proximate tells him the story, the prophecy of sudden realizes this is a violation of the rule. You're supposed to give that man whatever yet so he called upon her and he said, Yeah, Khalid Mohammed Al Qaeda mass and it said, you failed. Why did you do that? He didn't he didn't say you wrong, he won't and that's the general style of the prophets. Allah says he wants to know more. Yes, someone broke the rules. Why? Let's find out

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because sometimes there are circumstantial factors that might actually change the case. She says, Why did you do that? Is Dr. Salah for this doctor too? He said the messenger Allah is too much for him. So much one person

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all of us will Salam, your 100 Daddy him as the Prophet said, Okay, that's the case you harlot give him back, belongs to him what you took from him, give it back to him. Call out now for the one who's speaking for the, for that person. So difficult to the $100 care Khaled LM Fe like he says, You see, see how did I told you? I'm gonna get you.

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The profit was one either quits this. He noticed that he he caught up on that. What's this? What are you talking about?

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So I will say I told the person the story, what happened and how I was the conversation that took place between me and harlot, the person and became angry. Then he said, Yeah, Khalid Allah Tala Dally, and Toontastic. Holy Almarai lakum software to angry him while he conquered. He said the process is at the heart. Don't give it back to him.

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Don't give it back to him. And then he said

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aren't you going to leave my leaders alone? Let them do their job. Basically, don't turn it personal.

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Don't turn it. They're handling a huge responsibility. You come and pick on them on a small thing.

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And you make it personal with them. Right?

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You don't have that, right. So the Prophet has said, look on the software to Amory him, you get all the privileges of being led by someone who takes that responsibility, you get the advance, you get whatever good fruits come out of this. And then when they make a mistake, you stop picking on them.

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They are shouldering a great responsibility. And they have a great accountability with the last one Tala, then you speak to them like that the person said, he's teaching them a lesson. And that shows as well how in Islam, will he deal with leadership. And this is something about the narcissism of

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the you will find in the present world.

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They will find it everywhere.

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There's a leader, and I understand, there are leaders who are oppressive, or the leaders of a country leaders, even CEOs of a company, or managers of an organization, etc.

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They are shouldering a great responsibility, they're dealing with a lot of stuff. And when you're under them, you don't you don't realize the capacity of their responsibility.

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Part of the narcissism that present that's present in this world is

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to start picking on like, sitting at the comfort of the comfort of your home. And from there started making judgments, oh, he made that mistake, that was stupid, that wasn't a good thing. That's narcissism, you come to a system that works, let's say 90%, or less some kind of leadership that works 90%? Well, then you start picking on the 10%. And you start speaking in an ideal sense that basically, this is why it's narcissism, you're basically making a stimulus and implicit statement, if I were there, I would do better than them.

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But actually,

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how would you know?

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Had you been in their place? How would how your performance will be.

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So Islam is saying, don't play that kind of narcissism, you're dealing with one issue. And you think that's it, but this person is dealing with probably 1000. Other issues just like that they have to handle they have to juggle a few things and keep things in, in place. And they have this issue is, is forcing, or is causing a lot of pressure on this thing as well. So you don't realize this kind of it's kind of a system think systems thinking, right? Everything is interconnected, you just take one part of this whole web in isolation and say, That's how it should be, you don't know when this one in this context, what that actually means, you don't know. So again, that's an important ethic. So

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when you when, when,

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when we are about to talk about people who are in a position of leadership, people handling a lot of responsibility, you want to criticize you need to be

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ethical. I know that sounds weird. But

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you need to be you need to come first from a good place. And you cannot brag about how perfect and good you are and how nasty or bad they are.

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You can point okay, probably that would be better in a mild, moderate language.

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But if you're gonna be just not act narcissistically and say, okay, they're not doing a good job, this shouldn't be done, this has been done, okay, it's easy for you to say that from the comfort of your home, not realizing the amount of pressure these people are dealing with, and the amount of responsibilities. Okay, so that's an important factor as well. And that shows that political, you know,

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criticism, or critique should have, this sets the standards for this kind of, you know,

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criticism or critique and general policy, or in the political arena or any other arena is that you have to be what, you can't just take advantage of the fact that this person is handling 1000 things and use a point of weakness when they made a mistake and write them off. You just can't do that. You can't do that.

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And it's not about you know, supporting tyrants is not about covering the mistakes of some people who make mistakes, no, you can still talk about mistakes in the right circle to the right people in the right manner, in a way that is constructive rather than just making a righteous statement about yourself.

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So that's a very powerful lesson from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam

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and that was by the way, that was the thing that really led to the to the murder of Medina family Allah one moment I found the Allah one on his time, during obviously during the life of the Muslim land expanded immensely. And Earth moment I found had to do with a huge set of territories and huge numbers and millions

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to millions of people, and it was such a huge responsibility and he made his decisions in a very good way. But obviously, like any human kind of governance, there must be some kind of maybe mistakes or some

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some critique around some of the policies or some of the measures that he took. So how did the coverage

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rally the masses around or against Earth Mamre fan ending up attacking Medina taken over Medina literally in some kind of civil disobedience, what they call civil disobedience. It was uncivilized. But they call it civil disobedience, and then ending up attack in the house of earthmen fellow the Allahu Anhu and killing him when he was read the Quran

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that was it. But realizing the responsibility that of man I finally Alana was dealing with you could realize, man, he was doing such a wonderful job, such a great job.

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And again, you will find people again today you will find this unfortunately, this is a general phenomenon is happening in the Arab world.

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And by the way, this is general warning for, there's a lot of crazy people appearing today. YouTube is a pretty good thing, generally speaking, but, you know,

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it just gave rise to new phenomena.

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I'm sure it's everywhere, because a lot of the trends that are appearing in either English or Arabic or I guess, or do in other languages, you're gonna there's a lot of similarity. So in the Arab world, there's a lot of people like, random people just making YouTube channels, and they speaking about politics, they're speaking about countries, they're speaking about religions, they speak in about everything you'll find, you'll get a lot of these. And there's no shortage of people who just, you know, following them and viewing their videos really, like, you know, there's a guy who

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making a lot of funny videos today, he's coming out and he says, the real location of McCann, he's claiming this Mecca is not the Mecca that some of the prophets

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really, and then he has like a video, the real Islam that was hit by the the Omega ads and the herbicides that Islam was changed by the Omega ads and many more when I Bessie, and but Islam before the promotion was different.

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Like coming, like, how can I say, there's no shortage of such people? Right.

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So what I would say, just

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like such people should not be listened to I don't know, how did how did I get there? What was I talking about?

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Leadership. Okay. Oh, yeah, yeah, so these guys, you find a lot of them. They're now talking about? They claim it's a review of the Muslim history. They say, I'm horrible. HotJobs shouldn't have done this. You should have done that. Okay, good. I mean, let's look at your own life.

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You're not even exposed, we don't know about your personal life. Are you qualified to even Are you in a position where you even living in those under those challenges to be able to make such a statement? So again, that sort of shows the narcissism and the arrogance of sometimes people who disclaim, you know, for example, Abu Bakr made a big mistake, he shouldn't have done this.

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It's just, it doesn't even you know,

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it doesn't even like deserve a response, such such kind of statements.

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And again, that's, you will find a lot of a lot of like,

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liberal movements today. They're challenging a lot of universal rules, universal rules, and they just want to they, some of them give you the impression that you can change, you know, the world just by holding some banners, right? I say, I'm against racism,

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and things like that. That's not how we change racism, by the way.

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That's not how you change racism. You can't come to a very complex problem and just wait a couple of words and protest in the street and say, Yeah, I've solved it. Humanitarian cause

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you know, this kind of these kinds of social tendencies or, or trends, they have reasons you can't, you know, hit a problem with a stick and say I've solved it. That's a lot of naivety. And

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again, one of the things show I'm just flying off at a tangent, but I think these are important issues. There's a lot of calls today in the Muslim world to what they call TGT Dini renewing the religious discourse. Well, it's a good thing because part of it's part of Islam the prophets of salaam says in the Hadith in Allah I thought he had the Ummah I like to call him at Yamanouchi Abdullah Dena, are we going to do our Medina another narration? The problem says

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At the beginning of every 100 years, Allah sends to the soma.

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Those who will revive the religion for revive, it doesn't mean change, it means we're restoring its beauty and its pristine nature and its essence. So some people think, Oh, we have to change like Islam. So it suits the global culture that we the globalization that we have today, and so on and so forth. And

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that's actually not, you can't come to such a complex system like Islam, and you just pick it, oh, this, we don't like this, move it. And it just doesn't match the general spirit of the world today, and so on and so forth. But that's the even your reading of it is out of context. So that's not how it's done. That's not how Islam is revived. The ones who revive Islam are the ones who really have studied Islam and they have spent, I would say, a lifetime studying Islam and understanding it. So when they revive it, the revive it by the same standards and the spirit of Islam itself, not by changing it changing it is not a revival. It's not a revival. So, anyway, the the Muslim army makes

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it back as we said to, to Medina.

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The Prophet SAW Selim takes good care of the family of Jafar, Vitalia, probably Allahu Anhu. And Jaffa had, as far as I know, two sons, Mohammed and Abdullah.

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And the Prophet said about Abdullah, that he looks like the Prophet sighs in his facial expressions, physically, and in terms of his character, he says, fish should be healthy, well hold up. Like he looks like me, physically and like morally.

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And the prophets of salaam takes care of them financially.

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There isn't a region that's famous that when this army came back to Medina

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that when these people came, the Muslim army came back, that the Muslim women and children they recently said, yeah, for rod, you ran away. This is not an authentic interaction, by the way. This not it's not an authentic and then the person said, Well, who will Cora know they are the ones who will, you know, go back, etc. But that's not a that's a weak narration. It's in mustard, Imam Muhammad, but so weak narration, and it doesn't match the whole flow of the events and what the prophets have said, because the problem said, from Muhammad, I'd like to see from the Sufi love from the fact that Allahu Allah, then one of the sword of the swords of Allah carried the flag, then

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Allah gave them some kind of a success. So how could How could the Muslims say you guys ran away? So obviously, the donation is weak in the first place anyway.

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Then the prophets, Allah Salam starts sending a few military expeditions, as we said, like the around the landscape around Medina was not completely settled, the porcelain needed to put everything in its right place. So he was sending different military expeditions here and there to sort of defuse some millet some real threats that were in the making, and to abort some of those efforts, which and these were successful, but one of them the profits are seldom sent.

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I'm looking at us, again as a new Muslim, Muslim, he says, Come to me bring your weapons and come to me. Then the problem says, I'm going to send you a neoliberal Annabeth, aka Allah Shi Allah Jaysh or armor I want to send you as a leader of an army for you Salima cola while you're while you're officially McCullough, you're gonna muck and Allah will bring you back safe and Allah will give you spoils.

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Where was Abu like MNL? Man, he's a bit unsightly, and you will get a good share from that in terms of wealth. So Amma says yeah, rasool Allah in Nina Muslim Robertson Philomela says a messenger of Allah didn't become Muslim,

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due to some desire for wealth

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in Islam to Robertson filled jihad, well, canula TMac but I, I became Muslim because I wanted to defend the truth in jihad. And I want it to be with you. I want it to be in your company. For Karla rasool Allah is Solomon she's a very important statement in Mill in mabille, malice solid module is solid and not notion ml matter solid module is solid. It says yeah, it's a good thing to have good wealth

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by a good person. So wealth, when it's good from halal, it's actually a good asset for good person. It's a good thing. And that solves the problem is money good or bad.

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Money has neutral moral value. Because money is just potential you can do with it good or bad. So in itself, in itself, it has neutral moral value.

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How do you make it how you spend it? That's what makes it good or bad.

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So the prophets I said, sent him

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as a leader of 300

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people from the margerine and the Ansari, and they go to the land of Judaism, and Judaism lived in.

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Again, the north of the Arabian Peninsula. Judum is

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right at the borders of today, between Saudi and Jordan, where the city of Aqaba is to the south. That's that was the land of Judah, a little bit south before. It's considerably like big area. I think that's worse how he wants to build there.

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But we call it was called neon, neon city. That's what that's actually that's exactly the land. That's what the land of Judah. And by the way, that's where my tribal origins come from.

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So, so when I'm looking at speeches there, he realizes that those people have been gathering a lot of soldiers and they had an intention to attack the Muslims in Medina previously, and that's by the way, where the prophet Saddam sent them in the first place. So he realized they need more than 300 people. So he sent someone to the Prophet SAW. So the prophets of salaam sends another group, under the leadership of 200 people under the leadership of Abu Obeida and had been Jarrah and the Prophet Solomon tells him

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he says to me,

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he says Be together and do not disagree among yourselves, who was in that army, Abu Bakr and Omar under the leadership of Abu Zubaydah, so

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they join

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us on his army they become 500 Now I'm gonna blast to just a new Muslim so he was living in them and Salah so Barbado wants to read this Allah what it is been Muslim for such a long time he just kept getting Muslim yesterday.

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So a barber he then wants to lead the

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the Salah, I'm gonna say no, I'm the leader and you are just a support for me. So you're under my leadership, I lead the salah.

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I will obey that, like he wants to argue with him. Then he remembered he said, I remember the statements of the prophets of Salaam in academia, Allah Hibiki fatawa I want to refer when you join your friend or mobile us, you know, get on together like don't get into disputes. So Abu Zubaydah was was a very by the way a very soft man and a very agreeable person easygoing person. So he says to ammo in nicotine as a tiny little luck, he says to us, even if you disobey me, you give me trouble, I will obey you, right because of the advice of because of the the commander of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when so when I will obey the system of laws if you disobey me and you make

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trouble, I will obey you. I will go with you. So I will ask us for in need me it'll take then I am the leader upon you.

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Okay, so he takes leadership. We're intimidated only you're just a support for Carla but we'll be there for Dornoch. Okay, go ahead. You lead for Salah so I'm gonna glass lid the solar until they got to that area where those people are.

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He found some of the groups and they were not big in number they attacked them. They fought and the Muslims want one the other ones ran away. And they got some of the spoils of war because those people left some stuff behind them. Now it was cold. At night it was cold. And they would usually like fire.

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I'm gonna blast through them. You don't like any fire because they were not done with them. He suspects there is another group of them who just don't light fire. They say it's cold. He says you guys don't like fire. And he knew so it's difficult. In the desert. It's cold.

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Like it's you see, like you sort of in Arabic they say you're dried up by the by the by the cold itself.

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so people go to like, Bob is upset. I'm gonna you know I will have Bob loses it like he wants to go and deal with Alice. But whoa, whoa Baca speaks with him and he says

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he says the prophets of salaam painted him as a leader and he knows why he appointed him as a leader. So you guys a boy obey Him. So Allah says, if you guys anyone who lights a fire, I will throw him in it.

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So it was a predicament for some of those and they're not used to this kind of leadership.

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Anyway, they don't find anyone to fight them afterwards. They go back to Medina on the way to Medina was a cold night. I'm robbing us has a *. That means he needs to hustle. He's in Geneva

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It's called, he's just himself now I'm not gonna make hosel so what is uh he washes his private parts. And he leads so little fidget. He tells them he tells them I'm I'm in like I'm I had a wet dream I'm in Geneva. I'm just going to wash my private parts on that said, and he leaves them on salah. Can you imagine like some of them were not obviously happy with that

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anyway, they go back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, and then the prophets of cinema, some of the Muslims are wearing that expedition kafer widget to Amran was hubba. How did you find a mobile OS and his obviously help us assistance? It said he's actually good. He's really good. But there were three things we had an issue with.

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So one thing

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he did not allow us to like fire number two, when we sort of beat that group that we fought, we were trying to catch up with them and capture them. And he said, No, don't leave them just leave them. And we thought we should actually capture them. Because they might actually possess a threat afterwards bring themselves together. And

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he said no. And third one, he led our Salah when he was you know, he's in Geneva. He's like instead of impurity. The Prophet says, Okay, come, let's ask about this. What happened? What's the story? Um, last year Rasul Allah indicated to an earthen alarm and usually do not fail our letter home. What it says on Messenger of Allah, I didn't like the fact that they would like to fire because we were small number. And if those people realize, which is they think psychological warfare, they think we're many if they react because at night, they can tell from the fires, how many fires what's what's the number of the Army, so I didn't want them to guess that were smaller number and they

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could actually deal with that. So they sort of attackers. That's number one. So the second one.

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What can you do to be wrong for your Cornella home Madani ferrata before led him, he says,

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and I suspected that if we were to follow the ones who ran away, that those guys would ambush us they had like the, it's an ambush. So I said don't follow them. That was his assessment. And he was a man of war. By the way, he understood that that was his expertise.

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The third one he says when you tell them to fillet let him buried attention to detail about a shock to enough the cell to latch, he says, and I had a * in a very cold night. And I

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I feared that if I were to take a shower, and I would kill myself, it's cold. Obviously, like, you cannot appreciate that unless you probably go for Umrah by the bus or by car and you you sort of get outside of the car or the bus in the middle of the night in the desert. And what that means the Arabs again what they say goes to love them. They say this kind of cold, it causes your bones to break.

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So those who know the desert, they know what I'm talking about. I want to touch water Matt, it's just like, it's an act of suicide. When you take a shower, and you're not even in, in a building, you're in the open, so there's wind, etc. So he says I feared that I would kill myself and I remembered the statement in the Quran or the Coca Cola line as I was on Fusa come in Allah How can I become Lahemaa and do not kill yourselves? Do not deed, do something that would lead to your death because Allah is merciful. So the Prophet Salam laughed for Baraka Rasulillah salam ala Amarula miracle chi and the person laughed, and he sort of didn't say anything. And that's what we call it a

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Quran. That's an endorsement and approval from the Prophet Salam. With regards to the things that US did, what are good lessons that we can learn from this? Is that look at the reason of us. He's a new Muslim, and basically the one like the Muslims who were with him, by the way, I mentioned that but they objected him, like how dare you pray without the gospel? How do you do that? Like for them, it was such a great violation. And not only like he's bringing he's leading the Muslims and salah.

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Like, you're leading us in Salah as well, like if you want to make your own choices, fine, but you're just leaving us in the slot. So that but that shows the reason in an amicable last on that shows as well. We sometimes like oftentimes we see here in the masjid, that it's not enough for you to take a ruling in one area and apply it across the board. You have to see sometimes our interactions with other rules in different situations. So here there were two rules that sort of had an overlapping area you need to make also in order to pray if you had a

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* but

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also here, there is a risk of, you know, bleeding to death if you take a shower in that cold weather in will cold water. So there is a serious risk, because oh no, you have to apply this across the board. No rules come together on this overlapping area. That's what he had is by the way. That's what he had is so he can't stand one Hadith and start giving advice, shooting advice that everyone know. And that's why the Scholars make a difference between this some of the scholars say the alien or knowledge is not that you learn only the text to the Quran listener Lachenal him anymore in xiety Nasional Walker that's what some of the scholars say. Lisa minimal unmodified Tabby nicely. Enamel

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may refer to in Zeile in North Seattle Walker 10 zielen mawatha, Connemara de la huzzah general Malhotra Sunni scholars say

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knowledge is not that you know the text, but knowledge is you know how to apply the text and where it applies in real situation, so that it matches the will of Allah and the intention of His Messenger sauce.

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Some people think knowledge is just hey, I learned the text to learn this stuff. No, no, no, no. Learning that stuff theoretically. And then knowing how it plays out in real life. These are completely two different things. And the problem is sometimes with some students of knowledge, they learn a little bit than they want to. They all like firing in all directions, there's that there's that this that you have still does have a long way to mature and to be able to apply what you've learned and stop making judgments. Okay, so it shows that here although amber glass was a new Muslim, but he had this kind of reasoning, and shows maturity as well helps by the way, maturity

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helps. So

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yeah, so the prophets of Allah when he was sent him sent a few other expeditions military expeditions, most of them were to abort and defuse any kind of military threat against the Muslims.

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then something serious happens. And what was that? It was an attack on on Casa

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casa, I live near Makkah. And if you guys remember from social media, the treaty with Saudi Arabia

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one of the, like, articles in the treaty was whoever wants to be in alliance with Muhammad they can be whoever wants to be an alliance of always they could be and they automatically become part of this agreement. There is no attacks for 10 years.

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joined the lines of the prophets of Allah Manu bhaker They joined the the lines of Quraysh there was a lot of revenge series between those who Zara and bonobo

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by no buckle thought to themselves, they said man like these guys are not expecting us. Why don't we just sneak in? Take revenge kill some of them. No one would know about it. No one know who did it. We'd get away with it.

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They did so and they got some help from Quraysh.

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From because of you know, half's for example. And so Hey, Lebanon armor, by the way.

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Probably, if I'm not mistaken, I am an OBGYN. They aid those against Rosa. And they attack them at night when they were sleeping. And some of them were praying because because some of them are Muslim. They killed them.

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But they saw them. Some of them saw them and they recognize them.

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They go until the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Now how did the person deal with all of this? What happened after that Charlo will deal with this next week be in the light. So Los Alamos in the moment where he was have you seen them you can take two questions

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somebody else

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couldn't you mean I'm gonna we'll ask him he just asked him when else delete the salah.

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Yeah, but he just loved the salah. And,

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like, generally speaking, he had no reason to give someone to let someone else because he fulfilled what he needed to do. He realized he couldn't kill like risk his life and he did what he what he could do what he knew, and that was enough was enough. It was something that bruxism approved him

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and those the person didn't say repeat your Salah

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Proxima proved them.

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But we know they stain them. Although one of the recent indicates that he made TM but the authentic narration indicates that he just watched his around his private parts

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So that's it he doesn't need he didn't need to make it up. And but obviously like if it had ideally speaking if it happens he should make the move next time. Yes

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Oh, that's a good question. And I like the English accent as well

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nothing racist.

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Nothing against Canadian accent lights just, you can't help. I had a stopover in the UK

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last year, and I was logging on when you're in the airport from one terminal to the other you take you get on the bus.

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And people were having conversations I say, Man, that's English. Like that's English.

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No, Vince. Okay. Yes.

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The prophecy is. So generally a general rule and that's a good example of, you can't take one Hadith or one text and just apply it across the board before you know how it interacts and coexists with other texts. Because it's more of a it's an environment of, of texts together and they, they they overlap and the they connect together so you need to understand the areas where they get together.

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The prophets of Salaam has a hadith he says no more Roger oficial Ghani he elaborated give me a man who has an authority in a place he cannot be led in Salah without his permission. So if you're in your house, and I I visit you in your house, you have a right to lead the salah

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unless your recitation of the Quran is messed up. But if you can recite Quran even though like you say someone visits you and he's a scholar, and he has more knowledge than you, you have more right to leave the salah than he has. Why because your house again. Their last was the leader. So he has the right to leave the salah.

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Okay, what are you? So that's why in a masjid someone cannot see. Like come in a masjid go and pray in the masjid and see an Imam and he say I know more than this email. So I shouldn't be leading. No, that's nonsense. Because it goes against the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim. If it's the Imam was appointed. He has the right even though you know more than him.

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Okay, yeah. Okay, we'll take a question from the sisters

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I've now Salatin Jamar either look Eros masala sauce.

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How you just more unusual about Salah 200 Rasool Allah okay, this is a question. So the I think the sister who is saying this from sisters, right? So um, I guess this is during a lot of drama. If the name of the Prophet Salam is mentioned are you can you say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? I think she means during the hotbar because the Prophet has senses and the Hadith mcaliley He is Smith Oh Sahin for cat lover, whoever says to his brother or to someone else in during the hotbar like wish you Hashem down then you have spoken basically level which is idle speech point of speech and this could take the reward of your Joomla by the way, so you should not speak to no one the scholars have

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different have different with regard says some scholars like chicken Benny says you can't say anything. But someone sneezes this Alhamdulillah you cannot say to them your hammock Allah or the name of the problem is mentioned you cannot say Salah when he was thus shipping advantage opinion. Right? Other scholars say no. If it is a religious thing, like the name of the problem is mentioned. You say Salah you said because you're not speaking to someone

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you can do that your sneeze you can say Alhamdulillah okay.

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But you cannot speak with somebody cannot have a conversation with someone, even if it's just hushing self.

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And some scholars

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will this actually these are the two strongest opinions and I myself side with the second one, which which is basically as long as it's not a conversation, then there's no harm. you sneeze say Alhamdulillah the name of the professor was mentioned you say so Allah Allahu Allah He was no problem. But don't speak with people don't speak like don't say to someone, hey, come down or, or don't say Salam Alikum okay, why because it's a conversation. Some scholars say you know Salam, you have to reply, but anyway, this is a debatable issue. So it's not a matter of Willa and Barbara, so no matter of law, I boycott you I cut you off, because you you say Salah Salem in the hotbar. You

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can't do this. Okay. That's an issue of debate among the scholars. Some scholars say there's an opinion which is really strong, they say

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Anything that is in line with the hotbar that basically if you must lie to what they say the has some benefit to the hotbar itself or to your understanding of the hotbar.

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Okay, you can you can see it looks the man makes a mistake in the, in the, in a verse that he quotes you can correct or the Imam like sort of gets stuck with an idea or a verse and he cannot complete it. You sort of give him a cue about it he there's no no there's no harm in this. So anything that is

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helping the hotbar okay should be should be alright. So again the opinion that I take and I side with is that yes if the name of the problem is mentioned you can say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam normal

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Okay, so your next week in sha Allah, so Allah so let me say that Hamid while he was having a Salah

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