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so the delegations that came to the prophets of salaam during the ninth year and maybe a little bit of the early 10th year of hijra, were around 60, just above 60 delegations. And that pretty much covers the majority of the Arab tribes in the Arabian Peninsula. The second great event that happened was the Battle of Tobruk, where the Muslims heard some news reached the Muslims that the Byzantines were actually preparing themselves to wage some kind of an attack on the Arabian Peninsula. Because now the majority of the Arabian Peninsula has become Muslim, they swore allegiance to the prophets. So the Christian Arabs in the sham and the Byzantines, they thought this

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was a threat. And we might want to deal with it. So.

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So the news, the reach of the prophets of Solomon, he decided actually to get the Muslim army and march towards the north of the Arabian Peninsula, south of a sham and see if there is anything of that sort. Let's deal with it. So, so these are the two major events that happened in the year nine after his. So pretty much it was the Arabs of the Arabian Peninsula flooding to Medina, to swear allegiance and accept Islam and learn the system of Islam.

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And so on and so forth.

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So we're going to look at some of the, like some of the delegations that came if they had a special story. Most of the delegations had a similar story, they would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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he would, they would give him the BIA, he would teach them some of the basics of Islam and teach them about

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what is the governance system of Islam briefly, it was very simple and straightforward. And it would be that, so they would go back to their people. So that was pretty much everything that happened, but some of the delegations were actually somehow had a special story, so we're going to comment on them.

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The Prophet Sam also started sending some of his companions to go to the Muslim new Muslim tribes, to overlook how this account was taken

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from the rich among them, and how it was given back to the poorer ones among them and whatever extra they had, it would be brought to bear to meet demand Muslimeen or sort of like to the treasury of the Muslims it would be brought, so the prophets of salaam could send it in any part of the Arabian Peninsula where there were people in need. So the prophesy Selim sent a few of his companions to overlook this, this process

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so one of the famous incidents that happened

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was the Prophet SAW Selim sent one of the companions called Ignacio Tabor

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so in order to be here, so in order to be here, he's was

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he was from bento acid, the prophets of salaam sent him to one of the Arab tribes to overlook the or to watch over the sadaqa of these occur, I was it was distributed, make sure everything was right. And then whatever extra they had, they would bring it over with him to the profit. So sometimes when he came to the prophets of Salaam, he handed whatever was given from the sadaqa. But there was a little bit of

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like some gifts, he had some sort of seems to be some gold. So he said, This is for you. And this was given to me.

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The prophesy Salam stands on the member. And he basically gives a small speech and he says, like, what's wrong with some people, we send them on our mission?

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On some kind of job. And then they say, this is for you, for the Muslim government, and this is for me.

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Why would you? Why didn't you just sit at home and wait, if people are going to give you gifts?

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Because this was a very suspicious thing to do. Why? Because you're going to collect the solder cost. So there's an expectation of how much you're going to give to the Prophet SAW son, there was some sort of a calculation.

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And not that the Prophet SAW Selim is claiming that these Muslims were not honest or that ignorant, let's be himself was not honest.

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But he was basically the President says, this is a very critical situation where people could actually potentially misuse it. So the prophets also wanted to

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cancel and avoid the whole situation altogether. So for him, anyone who was entrusted to collect those funds and bring them, no gifts, no personal gifts were allowed. Because it could be a try a bribe,

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and steal, the whole thing is dubious. So the Prophet Salam did not allow. So he was setting the standard now that anyone that we send specifically with financial issues, or with some kind of a leadership position, then personal gifts are not allowed. Because that would blemish, the perform their performance and their neutrality in performing that kind of that kind of task or, or responsibility. And that's actually profound. Because what starts one day as a gift, could develop into expectation, could develop into expectation, like if you go to get some papers done. And so you see that the person who works for that department, okay, it was really nice. So he thought, I want

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to reward them. So you give them a gift, then the second time you give them a gift, then they start expecting that gift, then if you don't give them a gift a third time or fourth time, they might feel like there's something wrong like why? Because why? Because you set the standard, you set the standard. So then that could be that's actually one step too, too over to abuse that kind of system, where people start to treat those who give them gifts favorably.

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And if you don't give them a gift that they won't give you the full service, then it obviously transitions into bribe bribery. So the Prophet Salam wanted to deal with that right from the beginning. So none of this happens again.

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And that was a beautiful insight from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam, the prophet Salam since you know, we know one of the machinery keen previously in Mecca who was killed

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in the Battle of Iraq kebab, no. He was one of the staunchest enemies to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was extremely very aggressive in his approach to the Prophet Solomon Mecca previously occupied not to be mined. His son became Muslim and will need to be no raka the Prophet Salam sensitivity demeanor Akbar to Benin masala the tribe of venomous Talia

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in order to again watch over this account process and bring whatever surplus they had

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for some reason al Waleed felt there was something wrong like he didn't reach the lands of Benin masala but for some reason he got scared now the narration doesn't mention exactly what freaks him out. But so he doesn't reach but in Australia, he goes back to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he says you know I reached into masala and I found that they were actually ready to fight against me they wanted to kill me. Now why did he make up this story still like the details are not there but well I would assume that it happens sometimes. Like sometimes as a parent you send your kid to do go and do something and they don't really want to do it. They don't want to they come they'll come up

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with their make up an excuse to make up a story not to do it okay maybe that's the that's the case I'm not sure exactly but so he comes to the provinces and says I came to them they wanted to kill me the refuse to pay this account they wanted to kill me.

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So the Prophet SAW said

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the prophets of Saddam sends a group of of Muslims

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in order to go and find out what the situation is and maybe even engage in a battle with banana masala this is the case because thus they are rebelling now they are acting rebelliously defiantly.

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So, when they that group of Muslims go to Benin masala

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al Harith was the leader of Benin masala he meets them

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and he seems like you're an army like where are you heading to? He said, We were promised on the center's to you to discipline you because to deal with you. He said why is it because he sent and Willie demeanor Akbar to come and collect on the like watch over his account, collect the surplus, but you wanted to kill him. He said, I never saw him he never came here. None of that happened.

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So then he goes to the Prophet he actually travels to Medina and he meets the Prophet saw a pseudonym. And the proximity he sees him he says man that is a cat. Oh Allah Takata rasuluh he said you prohibited you. You withheld Zika and you wanted to kill my messenger. So he says the prophets of salaam now will let the Bertha kabhi Kamara, a to who Allah attorney, he says by the one who sent you the truth by Allah. I never saw him. He never came to me.

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And Womack bell to Illa Hinata masala Yasuo Rasulillah Salam Kashi to enter Kula can at satune Min, Allah hazeh

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Gil says, and I only came here when I feared there was something wrong. Like why didn't the messenger of the messengers of Salem come here to collect this occur? Why? Something you know, something must have went wrong? So I came to find out exactly what had happened or what happened. So Allah subhanaw taala he reveals the verse and so a lot and how jurati Are you Latina Armand injure a confessor convener but in fact uh, you know, and to see more calm and be Johanna to see how Allah, Allah. Now the mean, are you who believe,

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be careful.

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person who acts inappropriately comes brings you some news. And it's not true.

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So if you act upon that news, you were drunk, some people, you're drunk some people. So ALLAH SubhanA, Allah says, verify the news that reaches you, lest you act upon that false information. And then you wrong people, and then you'll become remorseful and you regret what you did. That's a profound advice. It's, it works on the level of governance as a group, and as a as a, as a government. And it works in family life in your personal life. A lot of what's been said is not true.

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A lot of what's been said is just not true, or is just inaccurate. So it's important to verify and oftentimes people,

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people make up stuff, why people lie. And sometimes people misconstrue, they misunderstand the situation, they they interpret it,

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like, in a way that that does not, that doesn't reflect reality. And people have many reasons for that by people have their prejudices, people have their own, you know, bias. So, sometimes you might hear half, like have a conversation between two people, and someone's name comes up and you just sort of think because there's a history to this, you think, Oh, they're speaking about this person behind their back negatively. Maybe not, maybe they're just considering to help that person by you. Just because we humans, we want to complete the picture when it's incomplete. That's how we humans do. It's it's a very unconscious process, by the way, it's a very unconscious process. So it's

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extremely important when news comes to you, which requires action is you verified actually another Cara Allah's mantra, he says feta Bayona So, clarify the reality in our Kurata third bateau which is verify it make sure what it is.

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And here are recall

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an experiment that happened that took place in one of the universities in the US.

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And this was mentioned in one of the books on management.

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A professor teaching students in students in an auditorium, huge auditorium that could take about 200 to 300 students. So he was teaching and he

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in the middle of the lecture, a guy

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wearing leather jacket, jeans and got chains hanging all around his waist,

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like clear biker kind of person.

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And he walks into the auditorium and reaches to the professor and puts him his hand, sir in like what into what seems to be an inside pocket. And he pulls something and he shoots. So he shoots he sort of points at the at the

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at the professor. And then the professor falls on the on the on the on the stage.

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Students start screaming and rushing, reaching to the doors trying to get out of the auditorium. They're in complete panic. Then the teaching assistant on the mic. He says please come down. This is not a real situation. The professor is okay. This was just

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some it's all in it's all staged Solon act. And we just want to see it's an experiment. So the professor stands up. When takes takes a few minutes for students to come down. They go back to their seats. And the professor, they get a written report from every student about what they saw.

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Tell us what you saw, right what you saw. So they're all down. lecture was taking place professor was speaking and lecturing. And then this kind of this type of person enters the auditorium, walks straight to the professor pulls a gun

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and shoots the professor.

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And a lot of the accounts actually mentioned that the gun was black.

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It's only a small minority and as far as I remember is maybe two to 3%

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Have the students narrated the story slightly differently,

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that the person pulled something that was yellow in color.

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yellow in color.

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So what was the true thing, as we said, this was whole, the whole thing was acting, it wasn't a real situation. But the professor was trying to see how and demonstrate to his students.

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How the human mind

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can actually interpret, change and delete some of what our senses capture, like some of what we see. So the real thing, what actually happened was, this person was an actor,

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he walked into the stage, and what he pulled from his inside pocket was a banana, literally a banana. And pretty much most of the students saw the banana. But because the banana does not fit the progress of all the whole situation, and how the professor felt as if he fell dead.

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So their minds unconsciously canceled the color of the banana on the side of the banana, and replaced it with what

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with a gun, black gun.

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So humans are not

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Like we don't passively capture images, we actually actually like

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cooking cognitive scientists who study perception, they say, actually, perception is hard work, we are an active agent in how we perceive the world. So because there is so much to see. So we actually choose actively what to look at, and what to ignore. And it's a very conscious process. It sorry, it's a very unconscious process that happens without us being aware, it's outside of our awareness. And then only that our minds at some level,

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you know, edits that information in order to maintain internal consistency. So it's not like a story that doesn't add up. So it does change stuff. So that's how we humans are. So pretty much I think that's what happened with everybody. But somehow, I don't know why we came up with this with a story, or what actually Oh, he found it justified to say what he said. But that's what So the Prophet SAW, Selim, was instructed by Allah subhanaw taala, that whatever news arrives, or you receive news, you know, verify, make sure because humans are prone to making mistakes in their perception, and their understanding and their interpretation. And simple experiment, classical

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experiment is that if we just do it even here, which we're not going to do, because it's going to take time, but it's done like, millions of times, if I just give a sentence, to for example, use of studying with us when I say, you know, you whisper it to be loud and present to a Boolean, and so on and so forth, until it goes through from one person to the other until it reaches you know, the last person Khalili here and ask him what the sentence was, is going to be most likely has nothing to do with the sentence that I actually give to you. So

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that's a very like, it's a like this has been done so many times. It's a classical experience.

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So, again, whatever news comes to you verify it, verify it.

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Yeah, so this was this story.

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The Prophet SAW Selim sends.

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One of his companions are in Abu Hassan Al vizury, who's from Ottawa. He sends him to Benu Tamim not been with me model the military is a big tribe but as small or one of the clans of benoot imeem a sub tribe if you like, the name was Ben will Amber and there were these are strong, very strong people. The prophets of salaam sent a unit to them to again watch over the holes account issue and get the surplus. So there was a lot of surplus and he was supposed to take it to the profit side so some of their fellow

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you know, like members of their clan or have members of the tribe of the bigger tribal Benetton when they saw this they said no, why is all of this taken away from our tribe, it should remain within our tribe, shall so they did not allow it to be taken and some of those were actually non Muslim. Still, some of those were, were non Muslim. So again, it goes back to the prophets of salaam

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or he tells the prophets and some of the prophets of salaam since arena with 50.

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Muslims to fight none of them is from the marjorine None of them from the unsought. So all of those are new Muslims.

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And he actually goes there and he goes in fights those who

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took the solder called is a card that they kept it there, he fought against them and he managed to get it and bring it to the Prophet sallallahu

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wasallam. So, and he actually captured some of their family members, some of their family members and he brought them some children and women. So he brought them as well to the prophets of salaam to see what the prophet one is going to do with them as a punishment to them.

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So the Prophet saw them keep them in, in house, and they took good care of them. But then these people and some of their some other members from their tribe, some of their leaders, they came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about 80 to 90 men, they came to the messenger Salam

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and they wanted to meet him and speak with him. Some of them were Muslim. Some of them

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were were Muslim already, like Robin Harris.

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So they come to Medina.

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They come at the time of of Salah out of the hood.

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The problem is still is in his house, he hasn't come out to pray the Salah. So they asked the Companions Where is Mohammed said he's in his house, he will come soon. It's time for Salah to law.

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promiseland takes a little bit more time. So these people are impatient. They say we can't wait any more. So they go to the house of the provinces and them and they start calling the processor Lamia, Mohammed, yeah, Mohammed top of their lungs like yeah, Mohammed screaming Yeah, Mohammed. Yeah, Mohammed. I mean, Companions would not do that. very disrespectful. very disrespectful.

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So then the Prophet salallahu Salam, as soon as he comes out, he's really like, problem is doesn't like that, you know, their their approach. But as soon as the prophet Salam comes out, they actually hold on to the Prophet and and they say, it's our people. How can you do this to our people, your companions to our children, our and they attacked us and so on and so forth. And

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anyway, they had some kind of a conversation with the Prophet SAW Allah and he was

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the prophet and praised the heart. And he has a conversation with them. But He promises them to give them back their family. But they asked the professor and that's one of the norms of the Arabs, they say, they see they sit in the masjid in the middle of the masjid. And that shows that the masjid was not only for the prayer, at the time of the prophets of salaam was a place actually to run this Muslim, you know, land from. So they sat in the middle of the masjid. And according to the traditions of the Arabs, they said, we have one spokesperson, he wants to make a speech, some sort of a formality.

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So the prophets of salaam said, go ahead.

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So a man his name is otology mohajir. He stands up, and he starts praising his people.

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And talking about the chivalry and their power and their battles and their generosity and the reputation

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then he sits down. So the Prophet SAW Selim speaks to Sabbath when Christ Vinci mess from an Assad. And he says, Why did you speak for us respond to them? Again, that's a tradition, it's formality. And he shows us where like formalities traditions, in any culture, as long as they do not go against Islam, it is good to observe them, is good to observe them. When Islam comes into our country. It does not seek to wipe out their culture. It does not seek to do that that's a mistake. That's a mistake. If their culture is not against Islam, and is in line with Islam can be accommodated, Islam actually approves of it,

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it approves of it.

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So and actually, to a great extent, this happens in a lot of the Muslim like lands that accepted Islam, you will find a lot of their cultural uniqueness is still there. Islam doesn't seek to bring Arab culture into, into like, for example, like African countries on to Asian countries or into American country, it doesn't seek to do that. It doesn't seek to do it. I mean, if you look, if you look into the Arab world, you're going to find different there are some similarities, but there is a lot of differences, cultural differences. So if you, for example, look at Morocco, Algeria, you're going to find different, you know, cultural structure than what you find, for example, the Arabian

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Peninsula. There are similarities, but there's a lot of differences and these are respected. So Islam does not seek to wipe out and sometimes some Muslims have a stance against local culture, and local norms. Even when they are in line with Islam. They have nothing against Islam, there's no violation of Islam. And the reason these Muslims have this issue is not their devotion to Islam. It's their again, let's be straight, it's their narrow mindedness. They can only live with own you know, you know, own cultural home culture. And I think that's what Islam is. No, we have to learn Islam. We have to differentiate between what's Islam and what's cultural

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stuff does not seek to kill the variety just in the world, just like globalization, globalization now is about hegemony is about taking over the world and changing people's norms in order to standardize them. According to one model, that's unfair. And that's not even good for humanity because cultures are rich and, and there's no culture that is perfect cultures have good stuff and bad stuff. And when cultures get together, that actually this actually strengthens, you know, any kind of state that has this kind of variety if it's handled well if it's managed well.

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So the prophets of salaam observed that phablets ignatia Master stands up and he speaks and he makes a beautiful statement, but it has a lot of Islamic meanings in it. And he praises like how the Companions took, like how they we believe what we believe in and how we can we submit to Allah subhanaw taala and then he taught how we support the prophets, Allah, Allah, Allah, he was sending them

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and then he sits down.

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So those from bento Tamim, they also have now they have a poet, so they seek permission for the poet to speak so the poet stands up and he starts praising that his own people. So he says something like not North Carolina more fella Hey, yo, fella, how you and your ID law nominal malaco We're fina to Cebu LBR why National Youth indelicato Moto Emona, Mina, Shiva either Eunice, El Paso, and so on, so forth. So he basically says we are the generous people and no one feeds as much as we feed. No one has a level of hospitality as we display and when people don't find food to eat, we offer them the best of food we offer them. He says basically Barbecue,

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barbecue. So when he sits down his son, the Prophet SAW Salem, see looks for Hassan, but that was not there. The problem says, Bring me here. So he goes, someone goes and fetches Samantha but he comes. And the prophets Islam says, you know, respond to them.

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And usually they would respond to respond to them in the same rhythm.

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Basically, which is I don't know, what's that in English, but it's like the because in the Arabic language, you know, poetry has

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systems of rhythm.

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Okay, in English, as far as I know, this too, but in the Arabic language there is actually

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17 Because the Arabic poetry is very elaborate, even linguistically. So a line of poetry could really extend could be really long, it could be a complete, complete sentence, sometimes even more than one sentence. So they would respond in the same according to the same measure or according to the same rhythm and according to the same rhyme, so they would try to mimic the style. But linguistically, and semantically they would try to show their superior superiority.

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So has some been tablets response to them, again, using the same kind of rhythm and, and drying. So when he was done and after that bad habits, one of the leaders of minutes I mean, he says,

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in the huddle Roger, Tanja, who the hottie boohoo actor, woman hardly be now we'll share it who Shalom in Shia Irina with a SWAT on LM Eswatini. So he says basically, this man is supported talking about the prophesized seller, he says, The their spokesperson is more eloquent than our spokesperson, their poet is more skillful than our poet and their voices are even louder. So after this kind of conversation, formality, they actually they embraced Islam. And that's part of it. That's part of people don't like to be ostracized. People don't like people like to feel appreciated, and that their cultural and their background is respected. No one likes No, because we

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take our culture personally. So as we said, as long as our culture or any culture is within the boundaries of Islam and doesn't conflict with the teachings and the guidelines of Islam, we should not go against it in a locality.

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And because that's that, that when this wins the hearts of the people over and it's not an easy transition for people to leave disbelief and become Muslims. So why are we trying to make it even harder for them by giving them the impression you have to even leave your culture? That's not That's not good. It's not good. And we see here how the provinces have observed these, you know, these these traditions of of the Arabs and we can see now here how the impact has actually made it easy for them to make this transition into Islam

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and the province of southern praises this tribe in general better team and this clan Benoit, the prophets of salaam says whom I should do material at the jail these people when they the jail appears these these, these will be the harshest against the agenda. The ones who will really fight against that agenda.

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And that shows again that the Arab tribes are,

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will be able to maintain their

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genealogy and sense of their ancestry and, you know, figuring out who their forefathers are, that's going to extend until the time of the jump.

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one of the tribes that came, they were from Benu acid. When I said the Monaco Zima, one of the Arab tribes, they came and these people had a lot of arrogance in them, although they became as Muslim. But they came to the prophets of Allah when he was selling them. And they basically said to him,

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are they?

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Yeah, so one of them spoke. His name is Rami. He said the rasool Allah international hidden and Allahu Allah surely Killa Nakamura Surah Hogenakkal Rasul Allah when I'm talking about so basically, they were waiting for the, they were expecting the profit center to center them, someone to teach them maybe an O as again, watch over these occur issue and maybe give them advice. But the person didn't send anyone to them, he didn't send to every tribe.

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So they came and they were somehow complaining that we believed in Allah, and we believe you are the Messenger of Allah and we came to you, but you did not send to us someone to represent you. And we did not fight you, like all these Arabs who came now as Muslims and you send them, you know, a representative, they fought you, but we didn't fight against you. So, you should basically like give us a favor, like some kind of a favorable treatment. So Allah Samantha, he reveals about them the end of solidarity among Noona, alayka and assalamu. Basically, the like, they make it as a favor that upon you that they have upon you that they actually became Muslim. So like saying, oh, like we

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became Muslim. Like you should appreciate this. Basically, that was their attitude.

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anyway, these people actually,

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among them was to lay had been hailed as the and he's someone who became Muslim, but later on after the death of the prophets, I send them this tal Ha, he claimed Prophet hooter himself.

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He actually left Islam and he claimed prophethood to himself, and those people but no, as had been Hoceima. They followed him. They're one of those who left Islam after the death of the Prophet SAW Salem. But then Harlequin rallied under the leadership obviously, of Abubakar de la and Hollywood lead for them. And they actually came back to Islam, including Paul haven't heard in St. Who actually claimed to be prophet, he actually came back to Islam and he became a good Muslim. So again, that means, you know, give people chance, this still have an SD, on sad.

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He became a Muslim.

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And after the death of the Prophet Salam, he left Islam and he claimed to be a prophet. Like what? What worse than luck? What could be worse than that? You claim to be a prophet. And you know what's in you know what Islam is.

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So he left Islam, literally, he left Islam, he became a non Muslim.

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And yet, later on, he became Muslim, and he helped the Muslims a lot later on.

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He helped the Muslims a lot later on. And that means, I mean, humans have their weaknesses, humans are going to do some some bad things, but doesn't mean you write someone off even if they do a huge crime.

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It's not for us to judge. I mean, judge people.

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So the Prophet is on him sent again, a few of the companions will be alone, and I'm to fight against some of the remaining Arab tribes who were still trying to pose a threat to the Muslims trying to create some kind of chaos in the Arabian Peninsula and maybe challenge the Muslims, the prophesied and sent some of the companions to actually teach them a lesson. And there was something by the way, there is a specific ruling about the Arabian Peninsula, but the Arabian Peninsula

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and Islamically, the Arabian Peninsula holds a very special place. Allah Subhan Allah gave the Prophet Selim instructions not to leave anyone who wants to live the Arabian Peninsula, they couldn't be a non Muslim.

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So the elements peninsula has to become Muslim completely.

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That was instructions from Allah subhanaw taala. So there were specific set of rulings for Jihad when they came to the Arabian Peninsula, that do not apply elsewhere.

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elsewhere. So Allah subhanaw taala even told the prophets and afterwards we're going to

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See that after after, after

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later on or after Hajj that Allah Subhanallah gives the it tells the person to give the most the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula for months to consider Islam and those who don't consider Islam will be fought will be fought.

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That's in the Arabian Peninsula but that doesn't apply anywhere else. anywhere else. Now is it permissible to have people live in the Arabian Peninsula just because they're needed Doctor profession there's no one to do that the expertise is needed or you need ambassadors you need diplomats etc. Scholars have pretty much agreed that yeah, that's permissible these exceptions are okay

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and the Prophet Salam says it you're gonna be Italian probably Allah Who and to the north of the Arabian Peninsula, where a famous tribe called by Gabriella to die from Kabila pie is the famous generous man had tomato he had tomato he lived before Islam.

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He died before hearing about knowing about Islam, as far as I know. I think so. Yeah.

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But he was an extremely, extremely generous man. extremely generous man.

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Like he would feed every day he would feed hundreds of people every day. They said his fire would not go out. And he says the fire for cooking, it would not go out. So he would feed he had this. What is it? They call it homeless kitchen or what was the name for it? Soup Kitchen, the soup kitchen. Like they he had that but it wasn't soup. It was like meat, camels, sheep, goats, etc. That's what he would feed people. Anyone could come and come could come and eat anyone. So she was known for that this one the Arabs, the Arabs, that any kind of like any proverb or saying in Arabic that has to do with generosity is about how to die is about how to come to the point that one day,

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he ran out of sheep, camels, nothing livestock zero. He had nothing. And there was some travelers passing by and they came to him and they said, you know we're passing by we run out of food and finances and everything and we know about how to apply it so we came to you.

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And the only thing he had was his horse.

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He goes and slaughters his horse and cooks it and offers it to them.

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Obviously, is it halal to eat horse by the way, he was a non Muslim. So is it hard to eat horse?

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Is it halal?

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Yes, it's halal to eat horse. You can eat horse no problem. Actually the Turks. The Seljuks used to eat a lot of horses. Like they eat a lot. And I think in a lot of Kazakhstan. I think today they still eat horses until today. And these are Muslims. So they eat horse meat is like a thing the the national dish, is it Kazakhstan Uzbekistan, I'm not sure they actually eat that's the national like national dish for them is made with horse meat.

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So it's halal to eat horses

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but I mean, who's going to slaughter like a horse obviously, as far as I had never tasted it. But as as far as I know that you need to slaughter a horse when it's too young. Because when it gets old, the its meat gets really hot. You can't even chew on it. So it's better to eat younger horses. And younger horses are extremely expensive, like who wants to like pay $15,000 for a horse and eat it

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like financially is extremely expensive.

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So the Okay, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sends an email to the lands of this Kabila, this tribe of Hatem apply. Avila to die. He sends him because they had an idol a famous either leads to worship His name was Al false, isn't the name of the of the statue was a false? So I don't even know we thought it was 150 men, they go there. And they warn the people that we came to destroy this No way no worship of idols in the Arabian Peninsula.

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So now who was there the son of hatom, the son of

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the son of hatom. His name was Eddie at the Manhattan a party. He was there and they were somehow thinking of fighting Iraq resisting.

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But when they saw the Muslims, they decided to run away he ran away I'd even thought he ran away. He was a punk Christianity but it wasn't the

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A standard form of Christianity that was there, okay, they had they mixed it with some

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Serbian traditions, which is the religion of those who didn't worship any god. Okay, it was a very common religion among the Arabs or sabe, in Serbia, Serbians, they did really the worship of God only God, but then, but they had different rituals, they came up with rituals and so on and so forth. So, his tribe mixed Christianity with some of the Serbian religion traditions, and they had they made up their own religion. So his half Christian half a mixture of other things.

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So when he saw the ad, even though we thought about the Muslims, he ran away and he left his like family, so even though we thought of attack them, whoever remained among them, and he took some of their caps some of their family captives, he brought them to Medina.

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So among the captives was Savannah, a woman called Stephanie, she's the sister of Addie,

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the sister of Addy ignore Hatton.

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She comes to the Prophet of Islam, and she says, jasola Like,

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I've been taken away from my tribe from my place. And I'm an older woman.

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And some of the reasons indicate that she was his aunt, his paternal aunt, not his sister, the sister of his father. And I'm an older woman, why didn't you let me go? Prophesy Salem

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set her free and said, he asked her who's like, asked about her family, like who's in charge of you, who's your God? And she said, the Manhattan

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problem says he's the one who ran away.

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So anyway, the prophecies have set her free, but

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and she will, she goes back, he promises to make sure that she goes back to her land safe. And then she goes and she finds her brother and she blames him. She blames him, why did you run away and leave us? Why did you go to Muhammad, he's not an enemy. He's someone who really respects people. And that's the story he set me free. And people came to him with different types of places, they're even Peninsula and he treated them well. What did you go with, like what he's calling to is the truth and she embraced Islam. So he decides to come to the prophets of Salaam in recognition. So he comes to the prophets of Salaam and this conversation takes place. So he comes the prophecy he

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narrates the conversation he says, when I came to the Prophet SAW Salem, the messengers on Salam said, Yeah, did you have in the Hatton

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manifold work on your call Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, He says, Annie, I don't even know how to like, why did you decide to run away? Rather than just say like, you know, hey, Lulu, why did you run away? Say Lena Hill Allah?

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Is there do you believe there's a God other than Allah? For helping Allah and Allah merciful? Can you call Allahu Akbar file machine Akbar Amen Allah Yeah, I don't even know how to Muslim test them. Is there anything greater than Allah? Why did you run away and rather than just accept the truth? So a person said become a Muslim and you will be safe?

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So he says, had even had him says in the deen I am upon a religion I have my religion. It's not like I'm searching for religion. I already have a religion. The process on the set for Karla and an acronym will be Dina coming from some said I know your religion more than you know it. The province of Salem is saying to him I know what your religion is about more than you do.

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So he said I exclaimed and to be the name and the you know more about my religion more. The province of southern said none unless Tamina Rocco See ya

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provinces Yes, I know what more than you do, aren't you from this group called Rocco? See, yeah, that's the mixture between Christianity and the Serbian ism

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Aren't you from them were antithetical to metal back Olmec. And when you're when you people engage in fight the spoils of war you take a fourth of them 25% of them.

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So he said yes, indeed, that's the case. And even Hatem says, Yes, scholar Rasulullah saw Salam in her laoshi Lulu Caffee Dainik said but your religion says you can take that

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side even Hatem says phelim Yeah, fella Mia, I do unqualified.

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To lyric, he said, As soon as the person said that, like I melted in my own clothes. I knew it was true. Like I didn't deserve to take a quarter of the war booty when my tribe fought but this was a trick that they played it wasn't said I sort of melted out of shyness couldn't say anything. Then the prophets of salaam said Emma in the in the moment lithium now coming in Islam provinces. And let me let me tell you something else. I even know what is stopping you from accepting Islam to all in nama Tobiah who would offer to nice woman La Quwata who work on drama to move out

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up an electrical attorney, Phil Hale. The problem says, I know you looking around you say only the weaker ones are accepting Islam and the following the following this prophet Muhammad. Why, you might say but the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula have become Muslim. Because now

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I've even had lived in the north of the Arabian Peninsula. And his exposure is not mainly with the Arabs, it's with whom the Persians, the Byzantines. So for him, the Arabs are, are nothing like these are tribes. This is tribes the weakest nation in that area. So who followed Muhammad, the weaker ones, not the Kings, not the Emperor's of Persia, and Byzantine?

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Right. So that was probably I'm saying, that's what's holding you back from accepting Islam. The problems in system it's already full here or do you know the hero hero is worthy?

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It's probably one of the capitals of the Persian Empire.

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And it's in Iraq.

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One of the main cities of the Persian Empire, it's in Iraq and it's very close to where Al Kufa is, by the way. It's actually now in here I don't think it's a city anymore. I think it was wiped out somewhere. It's not there anymore, but it's very close to alcova which is obviously close now to

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what's known as

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carbon carbon Yes, pretty close to what's known today as Cobra.

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So the person says you do not hear. So

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I even had him says, lamb Allah, how am I to be here? I've never seen it, but I heard about it. called La Sula, Salem favela, Dean fcba de la ut Manila who has a Murata Raja Varina to Meenal Shiraki Hector, Topher Bill Bates phire Reggie, worry ahead. What are you for HANA?

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Kaluza cusabo Hormoz. The problem says By Allah, Allah shall complete this affair of Islam and give it dominance until a woman of Marina is a woman.

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She travels from a Shia in Iraq, South Iraq, heteroatom, forbade them till she comes and makes tawaf around the Kaaba. So she travels from Iraq to Mecca. If you value the jewelry ahead without needing the protection of anyone

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means Islam will bring about safety people will be safe a woman can travel without any any danger, any concern.

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What do you have to Hannah Canos Okay, so I've been homeless and you know the treasures of Kisara the king or the emperor of Persia. We shall overtake them. We shall take over

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so I didn't know how to says cusabo horn was like talking about Kisara the the emperor of Persia. Is he the one that you're talking about? fatherlessness? Salam Nam ki sadhana Hermes? Yes, indeed. Well, are you Villanelle Malhotra Allah

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and Islam should be established until a point will come when money will be offered for free for people to take it and no one would take it.

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Because people would be so rich people have everything they need to the point that no one needs more money

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than no one needs more money.

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So I've even had him says later on, I mean, I don't even have to now he becomes Muslim. So he says later on, after the death of the process.

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Like years afterwards he says

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for how they have been in a terminal here offered over rebate if you read you are he says here I am living at a time I live now at a time when a woman can actually leave and here are travel to Mecca and make tawaf without need the need of protection of anyone.

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Well, I could come to him and feta, hakuna kisana home was Anna was among the hours in the army that actually took over Persia and really captured the treasures and the gems of Kisara of the of the Persian Emperor

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while living in FCB and he later Conan the family and by Allah the third one shall come through it had not come through by his time.

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It shall come through the under rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam could call her because the messenger Salam promised So and actually that happened. The third one happened. Anyone knows when

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during the philosophy of Mr. bin Abdulaziz

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during the philosophy of disease, which is 100 Hijri.

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Where you call social services

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would sit because a cow would be brought to Bates man Muslim in the treasury of the Muslims and the public servants those who work for the government. They would go and search for poor people.

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That's how it used to be done by the way, it's not like you go and apply for it.

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Okay, no, it reaches you right to your doorstep your your your Do you monthly Do you receive it everyone had a salary. So and they would search for people who, who who deserve this occur. And one year, those

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who work for the government to distribute this occur, they would go knock on every door in every city in every town in every village everywhere in the Muslim world. And they would offer people there's a camp, people say we have more than we need. And there's a cat in that year, there's a cat that went out from the Treasury to be given to the Muslims all came back. Without a penny less, say money came back. So that happened is recorded and documented in the history. And some scholars say that's going to happen again in the future. That's going to happen again in the future. And that's the time when a certain volume comes down. We will Maddie and Maddie comes appears on a submarine is

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sent down

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so a delegation from tribe of tight which is where I've even had him is from they come and they all become like a majority of them become

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A few of the delegations also come to the province and salam from Yemen, a lot of them

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become Muslim.

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I don't want to just talk about details but the Prophet SAW Selim sends

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gelita bin Abdullah Al bacilli.

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He sends him to some area in Yemen because they're even Abdullah Al Baghdadi is from Yemen anyway, the prophets of salaam sends him to

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yes to

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a famous idol that used to be worshipped called Bill Kalasa.

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V. Al Khalifa. It was worshipped in Yemen.

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So the prophets of salaam sent him with 150 Muslims as an army in order to go and destroy it.

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And when he goes to destroy the people there, some of them are still non Muslims. Some of them are still like they became Muslim, but they haven't left, like the the Schilke. So there's some remains basically. So when he was about to destroy it,

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they basically warned him they say like,

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aren't you afraid that something bad would happen to you, like some kind of lightning would come and strike you and so on and so forth. But anyway, he goes and destroys it. And Hamdulillah that basically marks the end of paganism in a lot of areas of the Arabian Peninsula.

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And that is good look at how the prophets of salaam would actually appointed as an Emir and send people like this from the people themselves, from the people themselves, sending them a message, we're not here to take over. All we want is remove all the obstacles that lie between you and Allah subhanho wa taala. It's not about Quraysh taking over, it's not about

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Ansara taking no, it's not about any of that, okay, you will lead us will be from among you, because that's, that's more it makes it more likely for the people to obey and feel that. Like, it's not a personal attack on us.

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And I mean, that's, I mean, that's really profound. I think Muslims, generally speaking

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Muslim communities in the West, I don't think that they have observed this quite well. I think rivets have not been given

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a fair chance. And they've not been offered the preparation that they need actually to sort of uphold Islam.

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And it's much more likely for,

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for, let's say, the non Muslim Canadians to accept or or Americans or, or even Europeans or, or South Americans, when Islam comes to them through people who are from their own race, speak their own language with their own cultural background. They have a lot in common with them, and they know how to speak with them. So that would actually take away a lot of the human prejudice and the human can concern that you are here to take over.

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Because really, there's no there's no there's no plans to take over.

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The plan is to open people's heart to the guidance of Allah.

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Offer them the right the birthright to know the truth and follow it that's really like it's the point is not who leads or who's in charge.

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So these human dynamics the Prophet SAW, Selim actually observed them very well and he knew how to utilize them

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in the year, again in the middle of year, nine after Hyjal, and the Joshu dice,

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and Natasha dice the dice I mean the Gibreel says, the Prophet SAW Selim and the Prophet said and tells the Companions stuff you're already a fecal, seek forgiveness for your brother and the Prophet and praise actually Salat a problem says matter your module on Saudi today a righteous man passed away, go Mufasa Lu, e commerce hammer, you know, common goal is this like this go on pray make Janaza on your brother us hammer, which is the proper name of the Joshi and, and that supports actually that in the Joshi

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he was a Muslim.

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And these people didn't know about that. Because we mentioned last week if you guys remember some narration from I think Abdullah and Hamilton asked that he said that actually. And the Joshi became Muslim and his people knew about it. But again, this is a historical narration, that one was a historical narration. And as we said, like we don't guarantee whether it's right or wrong. So what seems to be stronger opinion. And

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I would say that's pretty much closer to what really happened was that

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Najafi work did not, you know, publicize his Islam, his people didn't know about it. He kept it to himself. And it seemed that he could, he realized that the repercussions consequences would be really bad. So he kept it to, to himself.

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And the scholars, by the way, they use the example of a Najafi and how he was a Muslim ruling a Christian nation with their religion with a book

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with their book.

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Why? Because it was a necessity for him there was no way he could get himself out of that without jeopardizing his life or maybe he thought he could maybe he thought he could actually bring about some good and minimize some evil so the scholars use that example is that we should we shouldn't take some of the religious texts mathematically okay, that anyone in a situation where they can't really like practice that it's done properly and so on so forth, and thus you know, they make some compromises and they they use some concessions that automatically we start making judgments about them and and so on and so and that shows that Islam application of Islam should be is very organic

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is very dynamic. That doesn't mean compromising on Islam, but it means you also have to appreciate you know the situation

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you can't just apply you know, whatever you have in your head without understanding the situation when you can't that's just

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like it's It's insanity literally it's insanity okay

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so more more again, more delegations come to the Prophet so solid Salam

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so I'm not going to go into details because

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yeah, one one of the from Ben who said, you know, when one delegation comes from Blue, sad or representative comes from them, and when I'm sad or from Hawaii and from a wife, and when I'm sad are the ones where Halima Sadie comes from, she said the year but who said she's one who said, so.

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They sent a representative His name is the man of North Alabama. He comes to Medina

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and he comes to the masjid.

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Then he sees a group of Muslims. He says ayoko Mohamed, who's Mohammed among you?

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The province of Salem was with his companions.

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And the campaign said, that's him. That's where the prophets was. So he goes to him. He says, If not, Abdulmutallab is you're the son of Abdul Muttalib cure Muhammad

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called rasa let them talk Yes, I'm here for you. How can I help you? That's what it means. So the mom says in Nisa, it'll call for more shut down and equal masala, I'm going to ask you, but I will. I will be harsh. I'll be very straightforward.

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And I might, it might, I might come across as rude again, that's what he means. Fela Tegid Allah Yaffe and f6. So do not take it personally.

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For callers will sell themselves Mr. Botallack. The program says Ask whatever you want to call it. Mohammed aterna Rasulullah Farzana NACA,

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NACA, Allah Azza. This is your messenger came to us, and he claims that Allah sent you

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as a messenger. Carlos was salam Sadhak the program said yes, he told you the truth of the man feminine halacha sama. The man says Who created the heavens skies for color was

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Hola Salam Allah. He said Allah.

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Allah Allah. Allah called. The Imam said who created the land the Earth. Carlos or Salam? Allah, Allah created by the feminine nasaga had the AG Bell who erect who erected these mountains. The Prophet Muhammad says Allah.

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Allah owns unsheathe vocabulary halacha Sama, he says I asked you by the one who created the heavens wahala called Earth and created the earth. When somebody had to heal Japan and erected the mountains. Allahu Allah said is it Allah Who sent you? I'm asking you tell me the truth.

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The call Rasul Allah says alumna Yes.

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Paula was Amara Sulochana. Elena comes to Salah waiting for Yomiuri Latina, your messenger claimed that we have to pray five times a day every 24 hours. Call us or send them soda that yes, he told you the truth.

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She do Kabila Dr. salik Allah Who America we had they asked what he said I asked him about Allah is Allah Who, who told you that? Who commanded you to tell us that? Prophets of salaam said Nam? Yes. Allah was Mr. Soroka and Masha hidden fees and attina your messenger also claimed that we had to fast one month every year

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for Carlos Salam Sadhak. Personal said he told you the truth on sheet vocabulary outside LA who Amara can be here they said I asked to be the one who sent you is your Allah Who commanded you with this person said yes, indeed. Carla was Amara suka. And Elena is a cat and a Marlena for Carlos. So I'm so lucky. And your messenger said, claimed that we have to give Zika on our money. Problem said true. So he says and when she looked at our select Allah Who America we had to ask who by the one who sent you? Is it Allah Who commanded you with this?

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The Prophet also said yes, I was Rasulullah AnnaLena had to beat the minister but it he said really you know what this is going now? It says, The Prophet himself thought that this is your messengers claims that we have to make Hajj

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to the House of Allah pros and said yes, unsuitable cabability outside Allah who are mocking me either. I asked who by the one who sent you? Is it Allah Who commanded you with this person and said yes. So when it was done this, he was done with the conversation.

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What did he say? He says, Man to be magic Toby. I have believed in what you came with. We're an hour Soo Min Voila, Iman comi and I'm a representative. And I'm a messenger representative from the people from my people behind me. Were an elderly man with North Alabama who Benny but could have been he said even he bought a home and he said and I am remembered and without ever My name is demand. Now he introduces himself. I am remembering caliber from the tribe of blue sang from Bellbrook Balu, Sadie, Sadie in

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and now another narration completes the story.

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When that conversation was over, the man says to the prophets of Salaam, Sal says they had a follow up with a steady boom and I hate any any and Northam mother as you do allow us.

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He says to the prophets of Salaam, I will do everything you commanded with and I will avoid all the prohibitions, but I will not increase anything. And I will not I'll do just that nothing more, nothing less.

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For cardross sada Khalid Hola, Nell Jana prosom said if he he remains true to that, he will enter Paradise,

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he will enter paradise. So this is a proof actually some scholars use to say the only obligations upon us are the ones that are mentioned here.

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So there's a debate among the scholars is solid looted worship or not? Is it a form like an obligation or not? So the ones who is scholars who hold the view that salt and water is not worship is not an obligation, they say this is the Hadith

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he this man said to the Prophet, I'm gonna just get a free pray the five daily prayers not getting they're gonna do more not going to do less. The president says if he if he remains truthful to that he will enter paradise. So that shows there's no obligations other than these.

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Okay, now there are situational obligations with interactions etc. But with regards to worship

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Okay, so

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the man goes back to his people, and he goes to the idol they used to worship and he wants to destroy it. So some of his people say like, you know, maybe a plague will take you over you will be destroyed with something. These are like the idols these are the gods, right? He said, You guys still believe in this and he destroys it. And then his whole people enter into

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Okay, we're gonna stop here.

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We'll stop here

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a few minutes. There is an incident that happened between the profits of so many his wives. Okay, some kind of an issue happens between the profits of some of these wives.

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And yeah, then inshallah next week we'll talk about that then we will get jump right into

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as what to book the Battle of the book with Nila Tara, so we can take a couple of questions.

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no questions. Okay, so we'll see you next week and show lots and lots and lots in them hammered early he also had to he'll sell them.

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