Life Of The Prophet 60

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A year almost a year now. They, it's session number 60. I think so. I think it's number 6060 or

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so. And

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I've been speaking to some of the younger brothers here at the community and the community to see how regular they are, and whether they attend the HELOC or not. And I've been receiving some feedback. And I would like to

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just get some sort of a, like a feel of. Okay, so I see most of the faces that I see here. I recognize them as being regular to this halacha. So

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I'm just trying to formulate the questions as I'm speaking with you, because I want to get some kind of feedback, rough feedback. Who finds the pace to be too slow.

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Like instead of like, we stopping at some moments, and we're taking extracting lessons, and we're explaining things from sometimes we're drawing conclusions. We're drawing parallels to our today's world? Who finds the flow of the class or the pace of the class to be a little bit too slow?

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Who would like it to go faster?

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Put your hand up, by the way? No, I'm not going to take anything personally. Just Just tell me, I'd like to get a feel of what it is. Who would like to who'd like the class? The class does the class to go a little bit at a faster pace?

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Okay.

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It's still a minority. Okay, who, who would like the class to go a little bit slower? So they think that we're going actually fast?

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I'd assume no one, right? Because we're already going, like, we're dragging ourselves. But who finds the, the space of the class to be to be suitable? I don't want to say to be suitable that they're comfortable with the flow on the pace of the class, put your hands up.

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Okay, Zakka looking? Good. By the way, we're not in a competition, we're just getting some kind of feedback. I know, people will have different preferences. Okay. Another question would be who finds the class to be okay, who

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studied this material before? Like they, they saw a whole full series on the Syrah, they read a book or they watched or they listened? A whole thing? The whole thing? Can you put your hands up or I can see them? So a fair bit? A fair bit? Mashallah. Okay.

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Usually, when you listen to this theory,

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or any kind of like story or history, it becomes a little bit a little bit boring to hear it again. A little bit boring to hear it again. So,

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so, do you find, okay, those who have sort of studied the Sierra or watched the Sierra or listened to a series on this era of the Prophet sallallahu? wasallam? Do you find this class to be repetitive? And please, no offense, really put your hand up? I don't I don't mind? Do you find it to be repetitive? Like you already know, most of what we're talking about, in terms of events? Do you find it to be repetitive? Or do you find it? Do you find it to be repetitive? Let's keep it this way.

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Okay, who else?

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Okay.

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What about the rest? Do you find it to be slightly presented different? If you find it to be presented differently that it gives it sort of a new twist? Makes it a little bit? You know, relatable? Okay, okay. I'm majorities. Okay, final question.

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Who enjoys the digressions we make to draw parallels from the CLR to relate them to things we have in art phenomena we have in our times, who enjoys that?

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Okay, sounds good. Anyone feels a bit too much that we're doing a lot of these sort of digressions that they become distractions and one feels they're a bit too much.

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Okay, Zach, I'm lucky. I mean, the sisters if you if the sisters have any, like sort of some sticky,

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some sticky notes, I would really appreciate if you guys answering these questions, whoever has an opinion would like to pass it on the composite on Inshallah, I would love to hear from them as well. Please. Okay, so that means basically, we're just going to carry on, and

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we're about two months from Ramadan, almost almost two months from Ramadan. So I'm not sure if we will be able to finish before Ramadan. Like we'll see as we go. I'm hoping actually we can do that. I hope we can conclude

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This era before the beginning of Ramadan so that after Ramadan Insha Allah we can start a new a new series and we actually like we have good chances to finish before Ramadan inshallah.

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So we still in the year nine, after hijra, we have the prophets of all Allahu alayhi wa sallam as we said, he received the news that the Byzantines and the Christian Arabs, the Hasina and a sham are actually preparing, putting together an army to

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maybe attack the Arabian Peninsula, or attack Medina, specifically, as the Arabian Peninsula. Now for the most part of it has placed they have placed themselves under the wing of the Muslims. So the Muslims have become the dominant force. Now, in the Arabian Peninsula, they've subdued their enemies, and the ones who were watching standing on the fence. Now they decided to join the ranks of the Muslims. So they sent delegations.

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To join to give allegiance to the Prophet sauce, lemon announced that Islam and to learn the basics of Islam, so they can start practicing it. So pretty much the Arabian Peninsula, for the most part, have adopted Islam except for random tribes here and they're specifically specifically the ones on the fringes on the borders of the Arabian Peninsula, the ones who are still aligned with the Persians towards Iraq, and the ones that are aligned mainly with the Byzantines in a sham.

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For the for Yemen, for the most part, the Yemenis have actually accepted Islam and they have joined the Muslims at an early stage.

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So we said the Prophet Salam set out with the Muslims, about 30,000 Muslims marched towards the North Arabian peninsula to the area or it's not a book still, the city is known as the book today, and according to the dominant opinion among historians, to book is at the borders between a sham and the Arabian Peninsula.

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So whatever is north of the book is considered to be from Villa de shum. Below the Charmin is below the sham is the land that is considered to be blessed. It's blessed Allah Subhana Allah says salted as far about the messenger lochsa Allah de Bella Cana how Allah Who that we blessed around it blessed it and bless the area around it is gonna say the area around it is below the sham is below the shop. So it starts from the south from to walk that

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that sort of horizontal line at taboo then north northward.

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So we said there are lessons that we could actually pick some some 50 lessons about fear. We said about the Prophet SAW Salem seeing a man who was volunteering to fast and he passed out when he asked about him they told him the man was fasting the province of sun and said Lee seminal bill a Psalm of his suffer it's not righteousness it's not piety too fast like volunteer fasting when you are traveling and we explained when it comes to obligatory fasting, what should the ruling be with when it's like fasting Ramadan?

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Something on this side here?

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You know, the Arabs had accents. So what we call today as an Arab el fossa, the Standard Arabic, okay. Well, it had it took different shapes, just like today we have American English, Canadian English. Very close, you have a little bit different is the British English, Australian English,

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the Kiwi English of New Zealand

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so

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there are slight differences in pronunciation, the usage of words, and so on and so forth. Like one thing.

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Just the different accents.

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You know, like here, does it make sense to say, Okay, I'm hiring a car.

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You don't hire a car, you rent a car, right? But if you go to the UK, you'll find

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billboards saying, car, hire, hire car.

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So use it. So I remember when I first came to Canada with this, some of the brothers and said, Hey, why don't we hire a car and the guy gives me this. You don't hire car? Like you hire an employee, but you rent a car. I have a man. Or maybe like, I don't know, right? But I checked it. And yeah, in the UK, they say you hire a car. So it's a different sort of a different accent. And there are words like for example you use here. And

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again, sorry, maybe it's just a little bit inappropriate, but it's a common word that when you feel like someone gets at your nerves or under your skin, you just say or you're like

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With me off, right? I'm pissed off something like it's quite normal here. It's quite normal. You know, this is in the UK, it's like a, like a cussing word. If you say it is extremely impolite.

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It's like the F word. Really, this is how it feels that. So these are differences in accent cultural differences, but also in pronunciation, and pronunciation, there are certain differences. So, similarly, the Arabs had different accents. The Prophet, the Arabs had different accents, and the Prophet of Islam was aware of them. And the prophets of salaam would actually accommodate the people to the point that sometimes he would speak their accent. So this hadith, which is the seminal bill, a so amorphous suffer, it's not righteousness, too fast during traveling.

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There is one of the Arab tribes who actually had a way of like if a word started with,

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with bad with the B letter with the B letter, and you add le flam, which is similar to that in English. So L.

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L, what do they do, they mix the lamb with the bat, L and B, they're mixed together, and they pronounced as meme. So they're, instead of L bill, they say, m bill.

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And Bill.

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So the province of Sanam when he actually met this tribe, and they came to him, and they asked him about fasting while traveling, he told them lace Eminem bill, a cm officer, he spoke in their language, spoke, he spoke in their accent, he accommodated their accent. And that shows that the Prophet saw most of them was first aware, he was aware of the of the languages and the accents and dialects of the people. And he would accommodate that. And by the way, it just shows when someone accommodate to accent and shows that they have this level of empathy. They have this level of empathy. And this is a very pro is actually one is one of the leadership skills. It's one of the

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leadership skills and you can I mean, you can you can experiment with that if you speak to someone, and like they come from, from, like a different

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from a different linguistic background. So, for example, they come from a French background, I say, sava, Serbia, right? You greet them this way that you feel flattered, or they feel alone, say flattered, at least they feel it's a compliment, right? Even just a compliment. Like I really appreciate it you, you get out of your way to accommodate my language and recognize, okay, my individuality here. So it's something that is it's very courteous and actually, so it's a helpful thing we can actually do. We can actually do so it's good actually, if you travel, let's say to the UK, speak to them with a with some kind of a British accent, but without making fun. While you could

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go go to Manchester they have this

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they have this

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they have this common very common like phrase catchphrases he call Blimey. Right. Cove lime is just like, I don't know, it's just like, Get out of here. Or when you are amaze, you just say it, something like that. So so it's actually all you in like, you go again, you go to the UK or go to do to Australia say yeah, what's going on mate? Right? What's going on mate? So oh, they feel and they feel affiliated with you automatically you create rapport and connection. So the prophets of salaam understood that and he used it, he used it. So it's quite actually. I mean, it's it's a tool that you can actually use in terms of connecting with people.

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On the way to,

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to to book, a few incidents happened where the Muslims really ran out of water. And they started want, they wanted to actually start to slaughter their camels and you know, the camels, they have the stomach that is only for water, where it keeps its own water. And obviously part of it is in their hump.

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So when people really run out of water in the desert, they would they would slaughter they would kill their camels. And they would take that container of water, that stomach of water, it's fresh water, and people would use it there would be quite a bit it would be quite a bit so the Muslims actually started slaughtering some of their camels in order to provide water to themselves and the rest of the army. But on top one he approached the problem and he said don't allow the Muslims to do that soon. Like soon we will run out of like we won't have enough camels and we still have a long journey ahead of us and back to Medina. So the prophets of salaam said yes, this was actually this

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was a good thing and I'm gonna ask the prophets of salaam to make dua the prophets of Salaam. He says to Rama sama says a messenger of Allah make dua to Allah that He gives us some water. So person says at odds with Eric you really would like this to happen. He says yes.

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The professor and raises his hands as soon as he raises his hand and makes two, when he puts his hands down, the sky becomes cloudy rainfalls automatically. And the Muslims collect in all the water from the rain, and they drink. And on the way as well, the prophets, they at some point as well, like they were running out of provisions in terms of food. So some of the companions actually slaughtered their camels and they started cooking them to eat. And when they wanted to do that more

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and more Mahatama again objected and he went to the Prophet SAW Salem, and he said, on Messenger of Allah, you're not like, you know, we, we don't want to lose more camels, it's just, it's going to weaken us. And we have a battle, we have a potential battle ahead of us is there is high probability that we might engage in warfare. So we need every source of strength that we have. So the prophets of salaam said, right, and the messenger Salam here, he asked the companies to bring whatever food they had, and they put it on this

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piece of cloth. And the Prophet SAW Salem made upon it, and the problem commanded the Muslims to come one at a time to take whatever they needed of the food, and they actually was enough for the, for the whole army. These are some of the miracles these by the way, these incidents are mentioned in the books that talk about the prophetic traits. And they are mentioned among the miracles that were given to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, we have a few incidents where the prophets lie Selim actually put his hands in water in this small spring of water and the the amount of water increased, where the props are made dua on a small amount of food. And it was enough for a huge

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number of, of people.

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On the way the, the Campbell of the prophets of salaam runs away and it gets lost. So one of the hypocrites he had been a Jew, but then he pretended to become a Muslim, his name was eight sites.

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And he started saying around, so Mohammed is telling you, like bringing you news from Heavens as he claims,

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but he can't even know where his camel is. So he can't figure out his gum law. Is he telling you about Allah? Like, come on, man, like use your mind? That's what he's saying. And oftentimes, people can create this kind of faulty logic, it's kind of fallacy. Okay, and,

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and sort of try to draw some kind of a conclusion from it. So Muhammad claims that he knows about, you know, what's in the heavens, and he claims that he receives revelation that Allah tells him about matters the unseen. He can't even know what his camel is, like, why would you? Why would you trust him? Obviously, he doesn't know. Right? So one of the companions here is that and he goes to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he tells them this story, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, look at how the Prophet salallahu Salam actually takes it.

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So the Prophet has insisted the companions in knowledge Blanca Mohammed on your bureau commander, who in a big way is someone who you've Bureau can be Emery Sama, wahoo Allah Adriana Nakata. So prophecy says, There is a man who says, Muhammad, he claims to be a prophet, and he tells you that he receives revelation from the from Heavens from Allah, and he doesn't know what his camel is. Then the Prophet says we're in New Allah He met our ultimate eliminate Allah. What the land Allahu Allah Yeah, well, he if he hadn't worthy if he shouldn't be killed our Kedah but habitat has gotten busy Mamiya from polyfil habitat Tony via So the Prophet says, well, Allah He I only know what Allah

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tells me. That's all I know. I'm just someone who receives from Allah. So I can't claim the knowledge of something Allah, something about Allah not given me. Then he says an ALLAH SubhanA. Allah has now informed me about my camel where it is, you can find it in such an such Valley, it's stuck in the branches of a tree, the harness is stuck in some branches of a tree. So he says some of the companies who go and fetch it.

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Now they can be companions who

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the group in which this hypocrite actually made that statement, one of the companions heard the problem says this. He said, I know who said that. So he goes and tells the leader of that group, they were from the onslaught, and they kick this guy out. They say you can't be with us. You can't be with us saying these bad things about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, certain incidents happened on the way the Muslims passed by a house that is in the in the desert, now isolated house in the desert. And the problem asked them for water and they had water they had it in the skin of a sheep. And these people are pagans were non Muslims. So they had the waters the water in a skin

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skinship the Prophet SAW, Allah wants to drink from that some of the companions say, O Messenger of Allah. This is the skin of a dead animal

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and the skin of a dead animal

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His impure Islamically it's impure you can't use it, right? So the prophets of salaam says to them the Baha Taha, the Hora, Otto hora, the problem saying, when it is treated with chemicals, then this is enough to purify it. So this is a ruling that actually when you start studying * you study about not just anti Hillary study about what's pure and what's impure,

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you will learn that the skin of dead animals

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and the skin of animals that were not slaughtered, halal way is impure. But

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if the skin is treated becomes actually pure, and you can use it so the water you can use it for the water and the water will be pure. So the prophets of salaam one day was walking down the street with some of the companions. And there was this camel also the the sheep that had died. And it was

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like the smell bad smell was coming out of it. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, if, if one of you takes this and benefits from its skin, it's the companion said your messenger of Allah said it's dead and dead animals are filth, they're impure, we can't use them. He said if you treat it, then it will be computed. The skin will be computed. So again,

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this actually has

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implications.

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We have leather jackets. Right? We have pieces of cloth made of clothing made of made of leather. We have leather pants, we have gloves. So can you use any kind of, of leather? Yes, all of these skins are treated, so you can use them. Now our question, what about skin of the pig?

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Can you use it? What if it's treated?

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Well, that's an issue where the scholars have differed, but not greatly. The vast majority of the scholars they say the pigs can no matter what you do, it is filthy in itself. It's filthy in itself. So that's actually the most correct opinion and the vast majority of the scholars hold on to this opinion. So if something is made of pig skin, okay, you're not supposed to use it. What about other animals? It's okay, there's a little bit of issue with dog skin.

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A little bit of issue with dog skin again, because many of these colors actually, they consider the dog's skin just like the pig skin. Okay, but that's uh, the debate here is almost equal on both sides. But with the with the pig skin. No, no. So when you buy something, well,

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I don't know. Does anyone know about the leather industry? What do they use the pigskin for I think they use it mainly for

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hand gloves. pigskin. Okay, so you might want to be careful

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they will mention that. Okay, because I haven't seen like another stuff I haven't seen that they mentioned. They mentioned the source. Some of them mentioned source but not necessarily. But you might want to be a little bit extra, extra careful. So if it's pig skin avoided, even if it's treated, it does not become pure. Okay. The Prophet SAW Selim again on the way there was nighttime.

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The prophets of salaam goes within muglia lagna Shabbat takes to the side where he needs to answer the call of nature relief himself. So he goes, and then he comes back, he makes a law and comes back with a nuclear weapon to shorba. And they find that the Muslims have already started praying Fudger

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why now this is something we have to understand. When the Muslims traveled like this, they would not travel as the whole 30,000 altogether. They would be divided into groups, they would be like close to each other, the groups would be close to each other. But sometimes actually, the distance would between them would be as far as you couldn't actually see the group that was ahead of you.

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And some some of those groups will actually be made of three people or two people sometimes. So the army would be quite scattered on the way.

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So that's why the Companions they looked around, they didn't see the prophets of Salaam, that group of companions, they didn't see the Prophet SAW Salem. So they said, Okay, time for Fajr was going to pray for you. So they were ready. They started praying for a

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man who was leading the Salah. So he started leading Salatin Fajr the prophets of salaam came after they finished the first locker. So he came in, he stood in the line behind Adorama, Limonov.

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And Ralph completed the prayer the problem stood up and he started, he completed his second blocker. The message because he came to him is the first blocker. Now he's praying his second locker.

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So the companions the

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when they saw this, they started seeing Subhanallah Subhanallah Subhanallah they panicked

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They panicked, like we prayed Abdul Rahman, who is leading the Prophet saw the southern they thought they fell in agree in a grave sin. The Prophet said and finished his rock island he was done. He turned to them he understood the source of their panic. And he said, Son, Tom,

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on the notion he said a sub tongue, he said, well done. You guys did well that you prayed no harm, so there's nothing or you did the right thing. Okay. So that shows that it's okay. For

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for someone who knows less someone of a lower status to lead someone of higher status or more knowledge, it's permissible. It's permissible. So sometimes a che could actually introduce one of the one of the students to lead the Salah, not a big deal.

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Not a big deal. But in terms of priority who would have priority? Okay, the person who has more knowledge of the Quran and knowledge of the Quran not only memorization, it's a great part of it. But another part of it is understanding it is understanding. Okay.

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The prophets of Solomon the way before reaching taboo, there is a few water springs into book The Prophet SAW Salem tells the Companions because they were getting thirsty, he said tomorrow Insha Allah we will arrive at one of the water springs and the prophecy says what he says in the Concetta to Nevada and insha Allah at Netta book tomorrow inshallah you will arrive at the water spring of two book. We're in a coma lenta to her head to three and a half. And you will only reach it sort of before the hub before noon.

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Femen Jaya fella Emma Semin Mati, Hashi and had tatty. So whoever reaches it, we said the army is scattered. Whoever reaches it.

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Let them not touch it until I come until I arrived so you will find it there you'll be tempted to drink Don's

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until I arrive until I arrive and this reminds us of the story in Surat Al Baqarah the story of

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of Dr. Lutz and pilots right

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for them Mufasa Mufasa dilutable God Allah in Allah hammock Tilikum BE THE HELL. Feminine Sheri Berman, who Felice I mean, a woman named me up I'm over in the whole mini eliminator of a whole fatten beard. So to elude say to his people.

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He said Allah will test you because they were thirsty, extremely thirsty, dead thirsty. He said, Allah will test you with a river in front of you or a ravine in front of you. Do not drink from it.

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Do not drink from it.

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Financially, so who financially I mean, hopefully 70 Whoever drinks from it. They will not be able to stay with my army. I'll have to get rid of them. I will have to get rid of them.

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So then Allah says for Sheree Bowman who will Paulina Minho. Then most of them drank from it.

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Except for a minority who remain true to the to the orders. And what is this? This is actually a way to sift out the followers. That's for leadership as well sift out the follows if you have followers who are not able to train themselves and be in control, and be able to obey the orders, even when there is no explanation in such extreme times, these people will fail you in the most critical moments.

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You know, there's something about the about the something that's known by military generals, generals, is that in the battlefield? Why do they why do they train soldiers on obedience? No question, right? The indoctrinate them no question. You just obey orders. And that's it. I say you do this, you do it. Even if it's the craziest thing on earth, you're going to do it and you're not going to ask why and you're not going to think twice. That's how they train. That's how they train, you know, soldiers, every army in the world. That's what they do. Why did they do that? Because in the battlefield, if people

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are allowed to question and ask not convinced me first than I will do this, imagine you're right in front of the enemy, and they just shooting at you, you're under fire. And you say to them, you need some something to be done so quickly. So you're like, as a general, you older soldier, listen, go and take that person out, go or run to that side, or cover or back or distract them and so on and so forth, which is a great risk. You need that to be done in a matter of seconds. And if you don't do it, you're going to miss out on the opportunity and the whole, you know, the whole groups of soldiers might be just wiped out. So it's a matter of seconds and life and death knell. So imagine

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the soldier says, Well, I'm not convinced. Why would I do that? Imagine you need to do this under fire, right? So that's why they train them on obedience. So again, so this is a test. This is a test do you trust because if there's no

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more trust, there's no leadership. Like one of the,

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by the way, biggest authorities today on leadership, there are two guys Kouzes and Posner. They wrote one of the most popular books on leadership, by the way, and anyone who's interested actually, there's a very recommended book, it's called the Leadership Challenge. Anyone in a position of leadership actually in the business world should have read it. It's a classic. The book I think, first appeared maybe 25 or 30 years ago. And ever since like every about 10 years or five years, they come up with a new update, updated edition. And the book is extremely popular. So Kouzes, and Posner, these guys they surveyed, I think, now up to a million people worldwide, about the traits of

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leadership, they came up with a model of leadership that there is five main things that make a person a leader, and many of them actually can be developed.

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But then they wrote a sequel to their book. And it's about credibility. And for them, they say in the introduction, that the heart of leadership is credibility. If you establish your credibility, and his trust, you can become a leader, if there's no trust, no credibility, there's no leadership. There's no leadership at all. So So the Prophet SAW said, I'm told the Companions, you're going to find this

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water spring, don't drink from it until I arrive.

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And then the Muslims carry on. So it wasn't this was nighttime. So the Muslims actually keep marching for most of the night than just before, maybe about two hours, let's say roughly speaking before Fajr the prophets and sudden fields tired and he says, let's come here and take a rest. Let's take a rest. And the Prophet says many Hakuna Laila, who would watch over us who would God the camp today.

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Bilal says, I will do that on Messenger of Allah. So the prophets of salaam says like he makes sure that don't sleep. Don't sleep, says fine. And by the way, this incident happened previously. And if you guys all know among you, among you, those who remember that we mentioned that this incident happened a few times and Bilal was actually there a few times as well.

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So the Prophet Solomon, the Companions, went to sleep, Bilal sat down, but he fell asleep as well. So then,

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the Prophet SAW Selim wakes up and the Companions wake up and the sun is right in the middle of the sky.

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So as a couple of hours after sunrise, so the Companions panic, they don't know what like for them. We missed Virgil, what are we going to do? The Prophet SAW Selim says if I do my content, if I don't work at Allah KF alumina honestly, the Prophet says, You do what you would do if you wake up on time. This is what a person should do when they sleep in and they miss their prayer or they forget about their prayer sometimes really something happens to you you get involved in a car crash or accident and or like bad news comes to you and you just lose your focus completely and you just there's something you need to do then you when you come back to your senses you already may be Mr

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harasser, right

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that's an excuse so when you remember that you missed your prayer, you actually make it up

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okay, so

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yeah, so the Prophet I'm tells them he says, So afterwards, the Muslims when they prayed, so they prayed, the Prophet said and prayed with them exactly as he would pray on time. So they called the Adhan and the prediction, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam let them on salah, and he recited loudly son was up

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and then the Muslims started moving forward so on the way the Companions still felt very bad about themselves and they were discussing it among themselves. The problem realized they were actually feeling bad about it. Then he says to them, Mr. Allah, configure or swap, you guys like I'm in the same boat with you. You shouldn't be bothered about this. It just happened. And that that's actually extends from the main rule that you can leave alone I've sent in Laos. Allah does not you know, overburden assault Allah does not ask of a soul more than what it can handle and the problem then he said in the whole lease if he normally to free it in the matter free to either amend them you slowly

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Salah had to Salatin, okra, Thurmond, ferula deli cafe, your Sunday Heaney and Tebbe hula for either can Allah do for you solidia in the walk. So the problem says, you know,

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if someone just sleeps in

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and is overtaken by sleep,

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there's no blame on them. That's not like they haven't fallen short. They haven't fallen short. When he says the ones to be blamed are the ones who when the time comes, they don't pray and they start delaying it. These are the ones who will be blamed. So the Prophet says whoever

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like misses a prayer or forgets about it.

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Prayer sleeps in and misses a prayer, then let them pray as soon as they are aware that they missed the prayer. And that's it.

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And that doesn't mean you know, okay, let's forget about Fudger let's just go sleep till 10 o'clock and wake up. No, you have to put your plans together you sleep early, so you wake up on time. Now if you happen to, if you happen to just take the measures like sleep early and

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you happen to just, you know, be tired, fatigued and you slept in, you know, don't beat yourself down. Just when you wake up, go make your will do and pray.

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So, the Muslims reached a book, some of the hypocrites, so say they are under under the guise of Muslims. They actually come to the water and they, they drink from it. So the narration goes for subaqua Who na How'd you learn to people actually, and they are from the hypocrites. They arrived first at the water spring for starker Yama fee. So they actually took the water that was in it and it wasn't much

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for sub Bahama. Rasulullah sallallahu Ali, he was, the Prophet SAW Selim Kurtz them.

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Wow, isn't that harsh?

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For Sabah humara, sort of the province of them cursed them. When he arrived, he cursed them.

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Why? Because the instructions was were clear. Number two, the prophets of salaam knew that they were hypocrites. And he knew that they did that on purpose.

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And it was a clear violation of a command given by the Prophet SAW Salem. And it shows this shows by the way, the decisive side of the messenger SallAllahu, Salem's character, that yes, you could be the nicest person on earth. But if you are too nice, there are people who know how to take advantage of you. You have to draw a line for them. You have to put them in, they play their place, and they have to deal with the consequences. So imagine when the Prophet SAW Selim curses someone Do you know what that means? That's worse than by the way that's worse than killing them.

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Yeah, the Prophet SAW Selim curse them.

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And he exposed them by means of that. Now they were exposed to everyone. They were exposed to everyone.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he approached the spring water, he said, the water was very thin, there was not much water in it. The prophets of salaam wash his hands and face in it, he made a law. And Allah subhanaw taala put blessings in this water. So the water multiplied was a lot of water for everyone. And it seems this was the point of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but he didn't have to explain. He doesn't have to explain this is something that parents actually face. So.

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So a lot of the kids today are actually being taught. You don't do anything? I mean, you have the right to understand.

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Right? So you tell your kid, okay.

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You have to be home.

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Before 9pm. When the past it used to be, like 5pm

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is to be 5pm, like your home by 5pm. Now it's like 9pm. And then the kid like says, well,

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like, what am I going to do? Like, like 9pm? Why? Because they want to stay until 1am 2am? Or they want to stay overnight. Right? So the kids always asking, Why should I do this? Why should I do that?

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Is that bad or good?

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Yes.

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It's not yes or no, it's not good or bad. So as human beings, we need to make sense of things. We need to make sense of things. So if you didn't really build rapport with your child, and generally speaking, involve them in the decision making when it has to do with them, you sort of appreciate their opinion, involve them, feel them, make them feel really involved and their opinion, appreciate it. Don't play game on them. Don't fake it, by the way, they can see through that. And it really registers with them very badly. But really appreciate their opinion get involved, even if you don't follow their opinion, or you don't accept their opinion all the time, just to get them used to their

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opinion and their say and their understanding and their input appreciated. So they really feel that you value them, but you have to explain to them as well, that this is some kind of a dialogue or discussion. Okay, but I don't have to follow it. I don't have to follow your desires or what you say, because I might see better and I'm your father.

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But whenever their opinion makes sense, wherever you can accommodate it, and without damage, then actually you shouldn't you should seek moments. If you build that trust by the way, the child will reciprocate

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When you say to the child, while the child says, I want to buy this seat, you say not now, they will feel the urge to say why and maybe start whining and crying about it. But if you build that rapport with them, they will understand they would trust.

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They will trust that. But if you already have a bad rapport with them,

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they already feel used, and you don't appreciate their opinion. And you just force things down their throats, and you offer them a dictator. And obviously, they get educated about that. The problem is they get educated about this, they get fed, everywhere that don't let anyone decide for you, that even your father and mother, so they trained.

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So what, so what happens, if you don't build rapport with them, they're gonna jump at every moment to express that defines to you everything gonna say why?

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Why they want to make they know they can get under your skin, just saying that. And they will keep saying it.

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If the relationship reached that level, you might want to, you know, rewind it, and reconfigure the whole thing you're reading, you want to think seriously, because once that child becomes a teenager,

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I'm telling you, there'll be out of control, you won't be able to say anything.

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And if they get a bit older, and they keep maintain this, this attitude of defiance, you are in trouble, you're really in trouble. So what you want to do is win the child over and you don't win them over by deceiving them, by the way, you just can't, because kids see through,

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you really want to win them over, you really want to, and it's actually you prepare them for life, you really prepare them for life, you teach them how to think through things, how to weigh up options and alternatives. you involve them in certain situations. So they see that as a person, when you go through the decision making process, you have to go through a phase of stress and uncertainty. And then you weigh up the pros and cons, you actually walk them through it, and you help them see you, you prepare them for life. You teach them skills, important skills. And they will feel that they are your friends that you trust them. you involve them, this is a very important

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thing, by the way. And maybe you know, I know in other backgrounds, by the way, in other cultures, maybe other styles of leadership work work out. But here, you have to involve them, you read it for their own sake and for your own sake.

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It helps a lot to get them involved, but not to a point where you make them your boss. No,

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you don't make them, you still sort of establish maybe non verbally with your attitude. You're the man of the house, you're the leader. And you don't have to assert that, by the way, like aggressively if you already see the relationship, right.

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So just keep that keep that in mind.

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Okay, so the Prophet of Islam, and the Muslims arrived into book, they camp for 20 days, they wait to see if there is any kind of military activity. So the problem sends around some of the companions to the north, to find out if there is anything going on. And all of these come back, and they say there's no military activity. And it seems that the Christian Arabs and the Byzantines sort of canceled out their plans, they don't really intend to march to the Arabian Peninsula. So the problem still camps there for 20 days, so that the news arrives to the Christian Arabs and to the Byzantines, that Mohammed is here. Hamid is here. So basically, this sends a few messages. If you

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really want to deal with us, here we are.

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Number two is don't mess with us. Don't even think about it. Because if you think we're going to be like an easy target.

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No, we'll take you by surprise.

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We'll take the initiative will surprise you, in many ways will act in ways were unpredictable. And by the way, this is a very successful strategy. And like in warfare and in personal life is to be unpredictable. Not in a bad way. But like you're very creative. Okay. You're very creative. And you respond to the moment and you study your options. Well, and you surprise others. You surprise others.

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So, in that sense, okay. You add this kind of aura of, of like, magic around you or this kind of hero heroism around you that people just say, there's something about you something magical about you, right. So generally speaking, that's part of leadership as well, by the way, that's part of the if you are completely predictable, you're boring.

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You're predictable. You're boring.

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And people can read you many steps ahead. They know what you're going to do.

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But if you keep updating yourself, you're being creative. You're being responsive to the moment, you will always you know, you know, surprise people always surprise them. And I'm not saying this to please people or appease people. But basically this builds, people will start building in our trust towards you.

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And the prophets of Salaam, by the way, if you really that's a, it's a very subtle theme in his life. But you can see that, like, when everyone was worrying, like with regards to the prophets, with the Muslims, everyone was worrying about how to protect ourselves in Medina, the prophets of Sam was sending military expeditions to the far ends of the Arabian Peninsula and people like, what are you doing? Right? When people were thinking how to defend ourselves against Christ, the Prophet SAW, Selim was already making victories somewhere else.

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No one would think of that out of the blue, the prophet Salam would have, like unpredictable, amazing, surprising, you know, plans. Why? Because that's when you take your position and your role in life.

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Like sincerely, you tap into a level of creativity, we're all humans have access to by the way,

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because you're not doing things off the back of your hand, just, you know, brushing it off, and going through the motions. No, you're so involved, you develop an insight, and you can see opportunities to do yesterday, I was reading about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. was really surprised he showed that level, you know, that that level of creativity and unexpected moves, like it was, it was like,

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it was shockingly pleasant to his people. So at a time when the, the African community in the USA, and the mid 1900s, were struggling to, you know, end the segregation in many cities in the south, and to establish this equality and ask them for the right of votes.

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A lot of them were just defensive, they were happy with just to get a right to ride on the bus, like, like, like the Europeans. But what happened was, my mark martin luther king, Jr. was actually seeing far behind that, what did he do, he actually he sought for more rights, and he will expand his work in other cities and other another states. So he was like, people thought he was so audacious and bold. And they would expect him to take the next bold move. And his next move was actually much bolder than what they expected. So he kept accelerating the level of his boldness, and that gave him gigantic steps in in the the liberation movement and in the rights of the African

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American community. So that was that usually a lot of leaders a few, a few few read carefully through the lives you'll actually find something like that. So the prophesied, I'm always came up with unthought of ideas that defied people's expectations of him.

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When the when they were camping in into wok, the person told them that tomorrow, a strong wind will actually blow and it did.

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And it did, and it was called time the Prophet saw them this time made a walk, once, like, you know, make note three times like you wash your face three times your arms three times, right. But you can do that twice. And you can do that one's the best is three times. But the bare minimum is once and you can still do it. So during this the profit during this expedition, because there was lack of water the President did once you can do it, by the way you can make your look once but wash your hands, one's mouth, North nose one once face once arms once you wipe once, obviously, and your feet once you can do that it's correct. Although it's complete model, there's nothing wrong about it.

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It's not a concession.

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That's the obligation, whatever beyond that you do twice or three times. Okay, that's just extra do can you do more than three times?

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No, It's haram to do more than three times you're prohibited to do more than three times with a robot. So the problem says from an Xad for

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our volume, whoever increases in mobile more than three and they have transgressed.

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And it was during this time so 20 days the Muslims were capping camping the Prophet I'm told the Muslims a lot during this time. So those many a hadith actually reported from the Prophet SAW Salem during this time. So one of them

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was a man came as a Muslim, his name was

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Ben Malik and SJ So the Prophet SAW Selim

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says to him if says a title rasool Allah is I'm selling vehicles with the taboo of Uber 10 Min Adam, for salam to La he followed Dolly. She came to the Prophet sermon, he wasn't a book. And he was in a sort of a

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canopy made of leather and I gave him Salam.

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And he responded and he said come in.

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So, so he joins the program so it's just for the culture mcaliley Oh dude sittin baignade asa. The program said count six things that will happen before the hour arrives before the final day arrives. Moti my death, the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam from alpha to beta the market this then the conquest of Betamax of this industry, the lochsa accords Jerusalem through mama watan yet Hulu fi co al Silvana then a plague, a death that all will overcome you just like a plague that the Arabs knew is called or us, okay, the Arabs had this kind of plague that used to wipe out the sheep. So the problem said a plague will wipe you out, just like the one that affects the sheep from

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Mustafa, but will man then

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the abundance of wealth? What's your thought Raju Lumi at Edina fire Lusaka to the point where a person is given 100 dinars and 100 dinars is a fortune. I can really 100 Her as you're talking, I'm just going to roughly translate it you're talking about maybe 20,000 $30,000, something like that. So a man is given 100 dinars, and still, they're not content, they want more. And these are what these are the, the, what the government the Muslim government gives to its population to the individuals the benefits.

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So maphack Nutan Liab kabe to Minal Arabi, Illa de Hala to then a trial a fitna, there will be no house in among the Arabs, except that this fitna will enter into it. So Muhammad not on taco nabina Komaba been in asphalt via your own tune a competitor man in Avaya, a lawyer to ethically riot and is now a shadow alpha. So the problem says, then there will be a truce and a treaty and an agreement between you and Ben in us for the Europeans.

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Then they will go against this treaty and they will attack you on the at flags at armies.

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On the each army, there is 12,000 soldiers.

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So these are six things that prophets are seldom said will happen before the Day of Judgment. Now, the last one all of those happened, by the way. So the death of the Prophet SAW Selim happened the year 11 After hijra, then the conquest of beta martyrs, Muslims Open Beta them after this, which happened during the Khalifa of Amabile hottub. Then the death or a plague that will wipe out some of the Muslims and it happened during

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the life of marble marble cooktop and it was it was a plague by our own sculpt our own aim was our own one was and actually there's a village now in Palestine. That area is called and worse, the village is still there. So the plague is named after it by owner MLS and it wiped out. I don't know how many 1000s of companions died in it 1000s of the companions of the Prophet Salah Salem died in it then it's the father to the MAL the abundance of wealth this happened during

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the life of Muhammad Hassan and it also happened during the philosophy of enrollment disease. So some of the historical historical narrations during the collapse of Rome and as he is that he actually does occur would come from the different parts of the Muslim world and he would send these occur out with the

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the officers of Baitul mal Muslim treasury to go and search for poor people and give it and they would go everywhere. So they would take that wealth and they would

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try to find poor people to give them that money

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and people will turn it down we don't need it

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or well off. Everyone is well off that was during the philosopher Robin Abdulaziz.

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Then a fitna or a trial that will enter every house and that's basically the scholars Muslim scholars say this was

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the the fitna that that happened at the time of Killingworth Mandel the Allah who I know

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with man or the ALLAH and he was killed by the Hawaii bridge right. He was killed by the outage in in Medina because every Muslim house was affected by it. Every Muslim house was affected by that

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And then the last one which is there will be a treaty or a truce between you and the Europeans, then they will go against it. Okay, there is another Hadith, which the Prophet has said that they're actually the Muslims and the Europeans will form one army together they will join forces against a common enemy and they will fight against that enemy and they would defeat it. Then on the way back, the Europeans will act treacherously one of them would raise the cross and they would basically stop praising it and whatever like then the dispute would happen, then a huge army would happen also a huge battle would happen.

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He would so that's Hadith authentic hadith from the prophets of Salaam and he actually places exactly where it's going to happen. He says model Judah which is close to help Aleppo in North Syria and that's where ISIS they take this hadith claiming that they are okay this they are this time but falsely saw falsely, so, okay

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okay during this time the Prophet SAW Salem, a piece of cheese was brought to the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam.

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So, the prophets of Salem

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it was a big piece so with a knife he got a piece of it and he eighths

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and one narration says that the Prophet SAW Selim,

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when the cheese was brought to him, he said Where was this made that he they said it was made in Persia by the Persians

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and some of the commanded companions said O Messenger of Allah, you know, they use the rinex You know, the Rinette the substance that they take from the intestine of

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like, like a small sheep or RAM and they take it it's the bacteria that causes the the what is I don't have this terminology whatever the cheese to formulate like the milk that turned into cheese, right? So they use it to make yogurt and they use it to make cheese. It's what's the word for it? There's

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it's fermentation but there's a word for what they call

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cheese curds.

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Okay, like they have a word in English and I bought that once by the way and I forgot what the now I forgot what they call it

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culture yeah culture but they have a slang word for it. I don't know whatever.

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So okay, so where did they get that the bacteria this substance they take it from the intestine have some sort of like a lamb or

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or some some sort of

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some sort of calf calf certain types

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so the companion said and you know this comes from Persia so they must use this from animals that are not slaughtered properly. So the Prophet sites and and for Carlos Salam upon ofI hub is again what Carlos Mala who are Kulu profit as I said, cut it with a knife mentioned the name of Allah and eat it and eat it. So that brings us to can we eat cheese? Right? Some people are very sensitive when it comes to that. Okay? So if G is made of is made of milk, because there's some cheese they do artificially, okay? I recommend you avoid that because usually it's taken from some like protein and fat ingredients. So it's already taken from cows or sometimes from pork as well. So it's, it's

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processed in a way that makes us makes it very similar to cheese. No, no, what we want is the cheese that's made from milk. Okay, cheese that's made from milk.

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So, the scholars have differed, whether the culture should be brought from the, from an animal that is slaughtered the halal way.

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It has to be slaughtered the halal way.

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So, we have some of for example, the Hanafi Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah to Allah and one of the opinions like one statement from Imam Muhammad, it says you can actually eat it. Whether it comes from like any animal regardless, as long as it's like, This animal is a calf RAM or sheep. You can actually eat it doesn't have to be slaughtered Halal way you can actually use that you can eat it and they quote this hadith because this cheese came from Persia, Persia. They don't slaughter animals the halal way and they don't they don't even

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Worship Allah.

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Okay, so but yet the person said mentioned the name of Allah and eat from it, but where you have Shafi and Imam Malik, and actually one of the opinions of Imam Muhammad so remember he had, it seems that he changed his opinion at one point.

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They actually say no, the culture has to come from an animal that is slaughtered the halal way. So that's where the debate among the scholars comes about. Okay, that's where the debate among the scholars comes about. I personally take the opinion which was adopted by Chef Islam Tamia and he says they call this an Arabic by the way, this culture they call it or like the if you look at the ingredients, the scientific name is Rinette for it REWN et I believe or one and I'm not sure so it's called envy her

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it's called envy envy her in the Arabic language in fact the books of Falcons called envy her today's the Arabs call it image banner, the image banner, okay the like the in Syria in Iraq, I believe they call it image banner.

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So Shiva stem Tamia, he actually says he takes the opinion of Abu Hanifa and the second opinion of Imam Muhammad that you can actually eat the cheese even if the Rinette comes from animals that are not slaughtered, you know the halal way, as long as it's something we can originally eat. Okay.

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So during this battle, the Prophet says, and I'm also told the Companions I was given five things that no other prophet was given before and probably will close with this in sha Allah. So the Prophet says love adorably, to Leila to Hamsa ma Oracle Johanna had on cobbly I was given tonight five things no one was given them before.

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Also to internasional Wakanda man cobbly In nama yours, your cell phone, maybe you Ilco me he, I was sent to all of humanity.

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Before me every Prophet was sent specifically to his people.

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That's the difference with regards to the message of Islam. It's universal it's for everyone is why everyone has the right to hear it. It's a God given right everyone has a right to hear and know what Islam really is everyone

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when also to do with Rob, and I was given victory over my enemy by means of casting terror in their in their hearts, and the person was referring to this, but he came and counted the borders of you know, the Byzantines and the Christian Arabs and the coward back they actually backed backed off. They didn't want to fight him. So Allah struck fear in their hearts. Well Oh can it's been a while been a homeless shelter show. Hi, Sharon. Molly, amoeba Rob even if it's the distance between me and them takes a month to cross. Then Allah would fill them with fear. What will let Lila in Makana Tamil cobbly What can uncommonly your early morning ACULA How can we honor her

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and the spoils of war a war booty was made halal for us to consume it take it to earn it and previously it was made haram for people to consume it and own it. So what they would do they would burn it. So the Army's before all the prophets and messengers before whenever they got spoils of war. Okay, they had to make a big pile of it and burn it

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with your electrical or domestic and water hooked on a NEMA delicateness salata Masetto was on layer two, and the whole earth was made for me a place of worship of prayer, we can pray wherever we are. You don't have to pray in a masjid. So the Christians can practically like do their service in a church. The Jews can practically do their like ritual services in a synagogue, but a Muslim, you can pray in the masjid but wherever you are, you can actually pray you can pray in the park you can pray in the street you can pray anywhere except for certain places you can't pray in the washroom and you can't play in the great you can pray in the graveyard

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there's two places you can pray in. You can't pray in the wash room is dirty, filthy and the graveyard

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and also the problem says here the whole land was made for me a source of purification he was referring here to the TMO so if you don't have water you can make to him or where do you fit him on? On the on the on the ground on the floor? Anything

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What can a man probably your toy

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what kind of uncommonly you have the Mona Derek in the mechanical saloon if you can see more behind so the nations before they could. They was a great violation for them to pray outside of the churches or the synagogues will call me sir to hear Matt here and the fifth one and it is what it is.

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Like the price I'm saying it's big. Do you really sell? It was said to me obviously by ALLAH ask make a wish

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for enamel black

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because all the profits before you were given with granted a wish

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that hard to morality era yo Milty Yama for He Allah calm volumen shader Allah Allah Allah Allah the Prophet SAW salem said, I saved my wish till the Day of Judgment, I will make it for you on the Day of Judgment and for everyone who says La Ilaha illa Allah, what is this the problem said In another Hadith, and we're gonna close here in sha Allah,

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said,

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and I see you do one or the other may Oh multi Amati Well, I am the leader and the master of humans, the sons of Adam.

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And this is the like the and I'm not bragging about it.

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But he's taking a fact he says that many times. Then he says one a woman chock full of one hooyo multi amatola for her number, the first person who the earth will split open and let me out on the day of judgment be the first person to rise.

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We're in the air at Babel Jana.

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For you to Holy for a true Ohio call Omaha Kudo Muhammad. So I come to the gate of of Jana and I knock on it.

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And it is said to me who is this and I say this is Mohammed. So it opens up to me for Edie Hulu burble Jin for either the whole to have either an either and Bill jaberi as origin. So I enter Paradise, I find myself in the Presence of Allah. That doesn't mean that Allah is in Jannah Allah is greater than all of His creation, but it means as soon as the problem intergender he finds himself in the Presence of Allah

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for us julabo So I put my forehead on the ground and a mix Jude in front of Allah for your own we are Mohamed El Farah sack. So Allah says yo Muhammad, lift your head up, you have to head

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was Tata

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was wash fat to shefa or Muhammad, raise your head, Ask and you will be given, intercede and it will be granted. For of Almighty Almighty Allah I will say Oh ALLAH my people my people.

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For all Allah who has its origin era Jr Muhammad

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LJ Muhammad Femen Wadjet Tamil medica vehicle behemoth call with minimal Eman vert, hello Jana. Loud say oh Mohammed, go back. And whoever you find among your nation among your people who has an atom's weight of faith in their heart, bring them to gin.

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So going to bring them to gin

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then I will go prostrate again for as you do from St. Jude for your Patreon Mohamed El Farah sack was El Toro powerwash phatshaft Muhammad Raise your head and ask and you will be given an intercede and it will be accepted from you for all the material material Oh ALLAH my people three times the problem does that Almighty Almighty Allah

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so Allah will say it that'd be a Muhammad feminine would mean automatic vehicle we'll be here with Carl who put him in horrible minima, the smallest tiny thing of Eman in their heart go and bring them into them antigen

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so the problem says

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for RT Illa Coleman, an almighty dollar now I will come to certain people from my mother have from home all believers who entered the Hellfire

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What got into her shoe and they have turned into ashes of turn into ashes.

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Feel free to come one minute so I take them out of the Hellfire.

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Then another Hadith the Prophet and says these people will be brought they will be brought next to a river the river of life and then they will grow just like the seed grows, and then they will be brought into paradise.

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And these people and problem says

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these people will enter paradise they haven't done anything good. They haven't loved me and no hire and

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these people have never done anything good anything. Any act of righteousness anything. Oh Would they have La ilaha illAllah Muhammadan rasul Allah. These people have sinned all their life.

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So that's what the prophet I'm saying this is the wish that Allah granted him he said wish and I will grant you from sunset I kept it till the Day of Judgment. So that's what the problem said. He said, I keep it for you to make insha Allah on the Day of Judgment. So we'll stop here inshallah. Next inshallah we see the Prophet SAW Selim, actually

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strike some deals with some of the Jewish tribes who lived to the north of very Peninsula. And

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thus he establishes the Muslim moraine in that area these people, they actually they, they again they, they join the sort of the Muslim you can say all along wherever it is like a Muslim growing Muslim government at the time. So they decide to join the prophesy Salam and pay allegiance political allegiance to him

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political allegiance to him and that means the person is responsible for their protection and that shows that problem is now dominating the Arabian Peninsula is dominating the reminisce Allah and then we'll see other things in sha Allah then we'll come to the hedge with Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu does had first time after the conquest of Mecca we can take a couple of questions if there's any

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yep

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okay

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for some did what

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we haven't come yet we'll convention actually we mentioned that yes, but we haven't come to the full story but we will come to it what about that

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okay, first look at the prophets of salaam he was the government.

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This was a government number two the Prophet Salam was given the of these people were exposed by Allah. Allah told them about Allah, that when did the President do that? When the verses were revealed about this Masjid calling it Mr. Bharara? The Masjid of resistance and conspiracy. Right. So it seems it was direct instruction from Allah subhanaw taala to actually destroy this Masjid. Now, if something similar similar situation happens in the future, okay, would a similar action be taken? Well, if all the conditions are met, okay, that's the Muslim government, some Muslim government, and the all of the conditions are just perfect for that. And so on and so forth. Okay.

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So if all of this falls in place, and this is not for you, or me or anyone, this should take some take a body of scholars who understand this fully and read the research fully and understand all the circumstances and then maybe it applies, maybe, maybe it applies. Yeah, that's what we would say