Life Of The Prophet 63

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The importance of Islam in shaping culture is highlighted, including its use of clothing and the use of the symbol "theRP" in language. The complexities of the human nature and the importance of Islam in shaping culture are also discussed, including the need for powerful individuals to hold on to their power and the importance of learning from past events. The importance of finding one's true worth and avoiding harmsome actions is emphasized, along with the need for reflection and acknowledgement of one's worth. The shadow of the throne is also discussed as a symbol of a culture of fear and the importance of learning from past experiences.

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Lao salatu salam ala Rasulillah only he also have even more than that.

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So, okay, this is going to be relatively shorter halacha is just because

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I don't feel well, but inshallah we'll try to cover a good part of the

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of the events that took place in the year nine and year 10. After hudl. I want to pull the strings together. First.

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This is a time where Islam, we said has become the dominant force in the Arabian Peninsula.

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And

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people have

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come in to flooded into Islam, people actually flocked into Islam, in great numbers.

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The most of the Arab tribes in the Arabian Peninsula have become Muslim, by this point. And we said one of the reasons they had not become Muslim, up until that moment, was that

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a very important part of human nature.

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The

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There's a famous statement in the Arabic lounge, it says national it's about only manakala people will follow whoever is dominant, whoever has power, that's the nature of people.

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So you'll find at any age, or any time when there is a dominant power, their culture, their way of life is the one that becomes the most popular generally speaking, people will actually start adopting it is the norm. So if you have a dominant cultural cultural at a certain time doesn't necessarily mean it's the best. It just means this is the culture of the strongest at that time.

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So people usually follow the the one that is strongest. And the Arabs, as some of the historian said, that the Arabs were waiting to see what the dispute between the Prophet Muhammad SAW Solomon Quraysh would lead to what would it lead to? Whoever wins, they were going to join. So they're already polytheists with any worshipping idols, so if Quraysh wins that kind of

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conflict, then the Arabs would remain upon the religion but if Mohammed Salah Salem wins, and they would follow him. So they knew that the Prophet Sam was upon the truth. They knew those who came across the message, they knew that the prophets of salaam was upon the truth. But for them, it was a political issue was an issue of power, we are going to follow whoever has bowl ever dominates in this conflict, we're going to follow them. And that's the nature of humans everywhere. That's the nature of humans everywhere. That's why the truth in itself is not enough. It needs power to protect it. And its power to defend it.

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And that's why the Prophet SAW Selim says at the moment, Oh, can we hold on what have we eliminated moment of life? They are the strong believer is better and more dearer to Allah than the weak believer? Well, he couldn't hire and all of them there is good. But when someone has the truth and they have power, then that means the truth actually can

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can extend to more people can be more influential can be more visible.

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So

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So again, people are usually going to look at who is the strongest and they will assume that whoever has power is upon the truth or who whoever is upon has power should be followed. That's the nature of humans. The prophets. Islam understood that dynamic so the moment the prophets of salaam conquered Mecca, the year eight after hijra, we said the Arabs flocked into Medina afterwards, sending delegates to confess and to accept Islam and give the beta to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam automatically. So what changed? There was nothing new.

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The devil of Islam reached many of them. But still, none of them had accepted it so far. The reason wise, Mohammed Salam did not have power, the moment he overcame coloration took over Mecca, the Arabs decided to accept Islam. And that tells you a very important dynamic. Sometimes people say, Well, if Islam is the truth, why there are so many people who who reject it, if Islam is the truth, why there are some people who are leaving it. That's not a sign of something being true being true or false. It's not the sign it's not the primary sign.

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It's not the primary sign, because people follow a certain methodology or a certain religion or certain way of life for many reasons. So we have to be aware of the complexity of the human of the human nature. So now after the

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conquest of Makkah the Arabs, as we said, are sending in our representatives to accept Islam give the Prophet Salam, the beta and the covenant, and to learn something about Islam and come back to their people to start teaching them how to practice, Islam.

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Simple as that.

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We reached a point where we said many delegates came to the Prophet SAW Selim, and we are in the year nine after his right towards the end of it a little bit into the month of gokada. Islam which month number what in the year

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number 11. So it's towards the end of the year. So in the month of the year nine after Hyjal of the prophets, Allah Salam interests, Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu with a mission and that's to go and make Hajj to lead the Muslims in Hajj. So 300 of the companions of in Medina, they leave Medina towards

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Mecca with under the leadership of Abu Bakr La Villa. And Abu Bakr is going to be the Emir of Hajj, the Emir of Hajj and that's something that the Prophet and paid attention to from the right from the outset what the for hajj, there should be an emir, there should be a leader. Why? Because huge numbers of people, there needs to be some kind of leadership, some kind of person in charge. So that had, you know, the acts of had done the rituals of Hajj, go as smoothly as possible.

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So the prophecies that I'm sent Abubakar with Allahu Anhu when he sent with him 20 camels to be slaughtered on his behalf, in the Hajj season. What kind of Allah when he was on the way

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between McCann Medina, he sees from a distance, the camel of the prophets of Allah, and he thought his was the prophets of Salaam. He followed the messenger. So the reason the person did not go for Hajj this year, he himself did not lead the Hajj season was that

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still the pagans or the polytheist of the Arabian Peninsula where Allah were coming to Makkah and they were observing the Hajj. So when doing they were doing Hajj, they were doing their hedge based on their

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paganism. So they have rituals that include shirk,

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and inappropriate acts. So one of the acts or the innovations that introduced to the religion of Abraham, or to the tradition of Abraham that still many of it, or most of it remained among the Arabs, but they changed some of that some of the changes were that men and women would make tawaf, naked,

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completely naked.

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So you'd find men and women, making the blow off without any clothes.

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The prophets of salaam didn't want to go when this was done, and when she was done right next to the camera.

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So when Abu Bakr saw the camel of the prophets are seldom behind him, he thought the messenger Solem changed his mind. When he checked he found a leave not to be a thought it to be writing the camera. So when obaku saw me said, The problem send you as a messenger to carry a message to me, or did he send you to take over leadership? He said, No problem send me with a message. What was the message during that time after work on all the low analog lifts? Medina? Allah Subhan Allah sent down upon the Prophet SAW Selim, the beginnings of Surah Toba?

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So what October?

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salata, Tober, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada says, From now on, from next year on,

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no polytheists should be allowed into and must do that. How long? Is it haram? That's the center of monotheism and the worship the pure worship of Allah subhanaw taala. So Allah Subhan Allah says in surah Yeah, you're living in a home in northern Missouri corner just one fella colourable Masjid Al haram, another Adhami him.

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Allah subhanaw taala says, all you who believe the polytheists who associate others with Allah, they have filth in them, and that's spiritual filth, spiritual filth, they should not come close to the house of Allah.

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They should not come close to the house of Allah after this year.

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Allah Subhan Allah gave them an ultimatum. And Allah subhanaw taala also gave them a political ultimatum. The prophets of Allah sent to the prophets or send them to give the Arabs

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in Makkah, specifically and around the Arabian Peninsula, an ultimatum of four months, four months. Why? Because there is some this is a special ruling about the Arabian Peninsula, a special ruling about the Arabian Peninsula, that it should remain purely Muslim.

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It should remain purely Muslim. It's the stronghold is the bedrock of Islam and the last pantalla wanted the Arabian Peninsula

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Not to remain pure of any polytheism or any untrue religion. The prophets of salaam says and the Hadith which is basically it's a command to the Muslims throughout the ages, layer stemmy ofii, gcrta Halabi Dena,

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no two religions should

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coexist in the Arabian Peninsula. This is something specific to the Arabian Peninsula. By the way.

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This is something specific to the Arabian Peninsula. So the province of salaam was given this instruction by Allah Subhanallah to give the Arabs the polytheists and ultimatum.

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So you have four months.

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You guys can make your mind up, either consider Islam and take it on accept it. Or if not, then you can stay.

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You can stay simple as and this is recent, this is specific to the Arabian Peninsula. Some of the verses that were revealed about this, as we said, are specific to the Arabian Peninsula. Sometimes some modern, in our critics will try to criticize Islam, they take these verses, and they apply them indiscriminately like that they are universal. But these verses they have a specific time that they were sent at. And they have a specific geography and talking about the Arabian Peninsula we'd find the verses and over the Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet salaam, pointing to this fact, a lot of them.

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So the surah was called sort of the Toba has another name and many of the shores of the Quran have more than one name.

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The other day a brother came with a must have. And he said there's there are problems with this mosque.

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Right so Surah Surah, and it was called Surah 23. And he says, oh, there's something fishy there. Swirl vinyasa in surah the children of Israel, right.

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So, yeah, it was used. It used to be called at the time of the prophets of Salaam, mainly Surah ministry.

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Sort of the Toba was mainly called Surah to Bara, which is the first word in the Surah but it will mean Allahu Allah Sunni Illa Allah Dena had two minute Mushrikeen for see hope in audibly. arbeiten shooting while I'm on Nico, very romaji is Allah and Allah Muhammad Catherine. So Allah Subhana Allah says that's a disengagement. Allah azza wa jal is giving a disengagement, but it means disowning or disengagement or freedom from any obligations or commitments towards those who insist on their polytheism and the Arabian Peninsula. We give them four months to make their minds up and so that sort themselves out, sort themselves out. But those there are some of the tribes had an

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agreement with the Prophet Solomon to say over one year or two years of peace, those ones Allah Subhana Allah said, in the Lilina terminal machinery kina

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and there must be the hell anthem Willamina podoco

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What am Jambo Sakamaki I'm getting the first for atom modem and homeland with that, okay, so basically those that you have already given agreements to truces of peace, you you finish the period of that, or the extent of that agreement or that truce until it ends. So those are exceptions from the four months limit or ultimate. So the Prophet SAW Salem center leave nobody thought it with these instructions in order to announce them all over Mecca and the hedge area during the Hajj season. So everyone and you know if you wanted to make an announcement that the Arabian Peninsula the Arabs all flooded to Makkah during the high season, so this would be the best medium to do that.

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So alumina Vitaly, basically the he was going to make four announcements la Yeo Jin Nevada the sheikh, but no polytheist is allowed to make Hajj after this year.

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Number two, while your TOEFL will be will bathe your urine and no person shall make the walk around the Kaaba in a state of nakedness

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while or yet Hello Jana Illa Mothman and no one will enter paradise except a true believer

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for men Canada who I don't know who Elon would that he whoever has an agreement with the prophets of salaam then we will fulfill that agreement to its final like date. Woman let me a con la who don't but whoever who doesn't have an agreement already an existing agreement with the prophets I send them for agile who Aruba to assure, then we will give them four months time or four months. So they sold themselves out for either models in Aruba to assure for in Allah dari Amina mushy quinoa. So So once the four months period is over, then Allah and His messenger are free from these polytheists basically

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they have to find another way one other place to live. So Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu went to the head season and

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He left the season and Aluna Vitaly made the announcements. And Abu Bakr appointed some of the companions to carry the same call as even though we told him and spread it around among the Pilgrims around among people. One of those was Ebola the Allahu Anhu.

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That means basically from now on Maca is going to be purely Muslim.

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Purely Muslim, because we said polytheism polytheism was a departure from the real tradition of Makkah, which is the tradition of Prophet Ibrahim Alayhi Salam. So this was this is why there was no compromises done afterwards.

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Okay, so that was the main thing in the year nine after Hijra. Many of the other representatives of other tribes still flooded to Medina, even during the Hajj season. And that's one reason why the problem stayed in Medina was to receive those delegates and

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teach them about Islam and accept their their beer. Now we move on to the year 10 After hijra, the prophets of salaam sends more ad. Jebel Abu Musa luxury to the company's management. And Abu Musa and ash allegedly the prophets of salaam sends them

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to a Yemen. And Yemen at the time was two provinces. The north, the northern province and the southern province province,

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as well Yemen or even until recently was divided into North Yemen and South Yemen. There were two states. So pretty much that was even historically the case. One was under the capital was Sun, which is the northern one, Southern one, the capital was added.

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So the prophets Allah send them send them to teach, because now pretty much all of the

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like the people of Yemen have become Muslim. So the Prophet and since my other bingeable, and the most I wish it to be the leaders and the teachers to be the leaders. And the teachers. The President gave them advice. He said, Yes sera Wallah to ask. He said, Make it easy for people. Don't make it hard.

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Make it easy. Don't make it hard.

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Or Bashira, water tuna Farah, and bring to people the good news and the good stuff. And do not give them the things that will put them off, or push them away with a VA telephone and cooperate among yourselves and do not,

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you know, have disputes among yourselves. Make sure that you guys are on the same page. And that shows that the prophets of salaam was aware that these are new Muslims, you have to take them by ease. You have to take them by ease and unfortunately, we see some times Muslims themselves.

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They don't

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they don't pay attention or they don't take in account.

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Situational Factors. Sometimes you find someone who just recently started practicing Islam. And all of a sudden we expect a lot from that person. That's That's not why he's and that's not in accordance with the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim. It's human nature that people need time to learn something new. People need time to change their ways. People need that time. And we are supposed to give them it's not like, hey, that's haram, you can't touch it. That's, that's why you have to do it. Regardless, sometimes these things are overwhelming for people, especially when they are newly practicing, or they are new Muslims, or they have come from a corrupt tradition. And they

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started learning the truth and started practicing it would be overwhelming for them. It's not easy. It takes time these things. Islam is a quite comprehensive system. So it takes time and we are supposed to accommodate that. So the prophets Islam said, Yes, sir, I want to ask Allah make it easy for people don't make it hard. And that shows there is a room in Islam, for our own temperament to express itself through our practice of Islam and the way we preach Islam. So when you find someone is being harsh, it doesn't mean Islam itself is harsh, but it means the person probably has a harsh demeanor.

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And thus you will find them gravitating to the most difficult things. And they want to impose this on people and they are critical and judgmental of others. That's only their nature doesn't mean that necessarily that this is what Islam is. When someone is easygoing you're going to find that they actually tend to communicate that through their practice of Islam and the way they teach and preach. Preach Islam

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again, so

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one of the person gives the give my husband a job, a piece of advice, which is beautiful, he said to him in the casita to a woman, Allah Kitab you're going to come to people to north of Yemen, there was a lot of Christian influence for

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From where, from the Iran which is to the north of Yemen, and also from at Habersham, from Messina our Christians. So the Prophet said in Nicaragua to Coleman and Lakita, we're going to come to people who used to be people of the Scripture, people of the book and some of them are still upon that.

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For either home for the room, Illa Ania, Shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, do you come to them, these are still those who are still up on the scriptures, invite them to testify that no one has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, for in whom Allah or like me there Lika the room and Allah and federal law Elohiym Hamza Salawat, infrequently omobola If they accept that

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step by step, then you tell them that Allah made obligatory upon them five daily prayers. For in whom Ebola can be delicate. And Allah could follow by Allah Himself the cotton to huddle, mean agony, him photography for him. If they accept the prayer, you move on to the next step. Again, the same kind of incremental approach that we just spoke about. You start by by the most fundamental the most essential issues, then you move on to other ones, you don't give all of them at once. So if they accept the prayer, then you tell them that Allah subhanaw taala made obligatory upon them sadaqa charity that is taken from the rich of them given back to the poor among them.

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For in whom Allah Allah can be daddy Kapha yacouba Karate Manwani so if they obey you in this do not sort of abuse there their wealth, do not use your power to abuse their wealth. That's it, they just have to give the obligation. What does that tell mother Roomba in the holidays have been hoping Allah hegemon. Beware of the DUA, on simplification of someone who's oppressed because there is no barrier between their supplication and Allah subhanaw taala meaning you're going to be in charge of people be beware of oppression, don't oppress people, or commit any injustice.

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The Prophet I'm also told him I said hello Kocaeli nurse

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have good character with people. treat people well.

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The problem tells what are these is Yamaha in Nick Yassa and little corny by the Hammy.

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Well, Luca Antimo, Robbie, Miss Judy Harada will Colbry the prison system others he's going to Yemen he says perhaps you will not see me after this year. That's the last time he didn't see.

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So and perhaps you will actually pass by my masjid. And by my grief, some will have Christ.

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In US The problem is not just seeing making a statement. Like there's something behind it.

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And that was actually the case because my other remained in Yemen

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until the feed off of Abu Bakr, Radi Allahu Allah. And he came back after the passing of the messenger SallAllahu. Early. Early he was

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during this year,

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the prophets of Solomon had his son Ibrahim, and

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who's the mother of Ibrahim?

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Maria, probably as Maria who came from Egypt. So

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he was again according to the traditions of the Arabs, he was among a family who will use to wear the the mother used to nurse him. And the woman's like nickname was almost safe, was safe. So he was already with another family who would get nursing during this period, according to the norms of the Arabs.

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So the

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So Ibrahim was around 16 1718 months different narrations when he passed away. And actually the Prophet Selim was called upon urgently to go and check him out because he was he wasn't feeling well. And they realized he was the child was actually dying. The baby was dying. The Prophet SAW Salem goes to their house, and he holds his son Ibrahim in his two hands, you're talking about almost a year and a half little child, a toddler a year and a half. And the child is still sticking his last breaths he's actually his as the ration says to Madonna adequate Ibrahim we are due to be in FCA Ibrahim was giving his soul away. So he was basically he was being like in the last few

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seconds of his life. So the prophets of salaam carries him in the province smells him and kisses him and process them starts crying. So I've got my own office with the messengers. Suddenly he says will entail Rasul Allah says even you

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Messenger of Allah, you're crying.

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He didn't expect that because he knows like when a parent only, like when their child something happens to the child, obviously they're going to cry right there'll be emotional. But for some reason he felt that was he didn't expect that from the Prophet Solsona says the Messenger SAW Selim explains to him, he says even now for now,

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he says, he says mercy. This is mercy sense of mercy that Allah put in the heart of a parent toward their child.

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The Prophet said in the

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article by Hassan, what an APU Illa mio there have been our inner beefier optic and we feel obligated. Ibrahim lemma has on prophecy says indeed, the eye the eyes give tears and the heart feels the sadness, but we only say what pleases our Lord. And indeed we are sad sad upon your departure to blame.

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The Prophet Sam says about Ibrahim he says in in the Brahim ebene We're in no matter if he fed you were in Allahu Lany took me down your Allah it took me 90 rely Hovannisian problem says bohem is indeed my son. And him he died in the period of nursing the first two years of his life. And indeed in the Allahu lyonie. He has two nursing mothers. He has two nursing mothers in Jannah. While completing his the rest of his two years in general.

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The most authentic narrations indicate that the prophets of salaam not performed a lot of janazah on his child, his

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scholars said most likely, because he's the son of the Prophet SAW Selim and he died as an as a toddler. So there was no need for the Prophet salam to prey on him. But generally speaking, when a child dies, even a fetus after four months of pregnancy, if like if there's a miscarriage, or after birth, if the infant or the toddler dies, we preach in his or her

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on the day that Ibrahim passed away,

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the there was an eclipse

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there was an eclipse so people thought that this was due to the death of Ibrahim and he's some people said because he physicians will be multi, multi Ibrahim, that there was an eclipse solar eclipse because of the death of Ibrahim the Prophet saw us and then then clarifies he says in the shumsa Welcome ally Attorney at Law law in KC finally, multi Hualalai hierachy. He says, The sun and the moon are among the signs of Allah.

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And they know eclipse happens or takes place where the lunar or solar for the death of someone or the birth of someone or the life of someone.

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That person says $50 A to Mohammed who was so low had that injury. So if you see an eclipse, you make dua, and you pray until Allah subhanaw taala removes it. Somebody might see what it says it's just you know,

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why should you wish to pray, it's just you know, the sun is in its orbit and the moon is in its orbit. And that just happened to be the same line with the earth. So what's the big deal? Like? Why do you pray? It isn't? It's a normal, natural phenomenon, right? We say that's what we can see.

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That's what we can see what we there is there is a lot of unseen aspects to reality. And we humans have to know our true worth and the limitation of our knowledge, there is much more to reality than what the eye can see. So if Allah subhanaw taala told us through the prophets of salaam that when there is an eclipse, there is a prayer, you rush to prayer, then we do that, then we do that how often you will find in medicine, certain issues were

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as simple as,

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like, at some stage, people in medicine, thought specialists in medicine in medicine, figured out they understood the physiology of a certain illness. And they said it was just merely that, right.

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And then later on when medicine improves and develops, and there's more discoveries there realize it's only it's not only these physical dynamics, there is a mental dynamic mental dimension to it, right. So, okay, then they will actually say, what could that's a misconception what we had was not the complete story. There's more to that. So they will explain it to you. So we humans have to realize that we are on a an evolutionary trajectory of knowledge that we don't. If we know something doesn't mean we know everything. And there is a lot still to discover about everything and humans are still discovering every day. There are discoveries and some discoveries put the older

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discoveries in a new perspective and a new light

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That changes. And just recently I was yesterday I was reading a book on, on adolescents on the mind of the adolescent. And

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it's a best seller. And it's a

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I think the person who wrote that forgot, what's his name. First name is Seagull, something Seagull is a famous writer, as many a lot of bestselling books. And he's got a PhD in medicine and psychiatry. And he teaches and I believe in

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University of California. So he's, he's a world authority in this field. And he basically says, he says, a lot of what we assume or what you what we know about adolescence, is actually our mere myths. So in the past, even in the in the scientific world, scientific, you know, circles, it was assumed that teenage years are basically the only issues there's, there's a an imbalance of hormones and, and,

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and emotions, and so on and so forth. And it's just a period that you need to go through peacefully. But he figured out that what we understand now from neuroscience is that it's an extremely important part of the human human growth, that personal growth of a person, and

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that there's a lot to achieve a lot of growth to achieve. If this period is handled, well, it's not something that you have to hurry, hurry through and get it over with no, actually, you should invest in that time, in that period of stage of someone's life. And there are so many things that you can do, actually, it's an opportunity for the child to grow exponentially and learn a lot of, you know, important skills in their life. And I'm not talking about skills like counting and exercise and, and computer science, etc. I'm not talking about skills, mainly about emotional, mental, you know, skills about how to handle life and how to understand oneself. So there is there is a lot of

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potential for growth. So it is an opportunity, he says it's not a period or a phase in someone's life, just to to rush through. So again, this is just a new discovery, this is something that only new discoveries in science are shedding light on. So we need to rearrange our previous knowledge based on this. So what we say I mean with regards to eclipse, is that our people now just say, Oh, it's just the movement of the Sun and the Earth and their orbits and they just have the same line with the Earth as the middle of alignment. There's no big deal Why do you need to pray or anything say that's my only that's, that's only what we can see but there is much more to reality. We should

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humble ourselves

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some of the okay yeah, mainly the year 10 After Hijra is all about really the the the

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most of it apart from the hedge which the profit is going to make here 10 towards the year 10, after after Angel, all of it is about delegates coming from different Arab tribes. So we have from Kinder who are in Yemen, they send it to

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their own representatives to

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to come and give the prophets of salaam debate among them was an issue of no peace and lash out from your face was one of the leaders so he becomes a Muslim.

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And

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after by the way after the death of the prophets of Salaam, he apostates

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he apostates. But then he comes back to Islam.

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He comes back to Islam that shows actually, like there was a there was a good number of people who after the death of the Prophet salaam actually apostate it, and then came back to Islam made it back to Islam and became a great influence in Islam. I think we mentioned to before this before lash at the monopolies.

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So yes, humans have this weakness. Sometimes a person might go into a stage or a phase of doubt, sometimes people might lose their religion. Sometimes people might do something really bad in their life. But that doesn't mean they're doomed for the rest of their life.

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It doesn't mean they're doomed. So we can't pass a VAT final judgment on any on any person, regardless. So this this person as we said, he opposed stated but later on, he became a Muslim and he actually took a great part in the Muslim conquests in Iraq and Persia, so he was alongside so they will not be with us.

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Hadramaut again from Yemen. The

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delegation comes from them. Among them is why it

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was like a royalty among them. He was among the elite born with a silver spoon in his mouth. It was like

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educate the son of the kings and he was a young man at the time. He came in they became,

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they became Muslim. The Prophet SAW Salem gave him a piece of land. In Medina, Prophet gave him a piece of land in Medina and the prophets of salaam sent while we have an abuse of yarn, he was a young man at the time to show him where the piece of land is. So it was outside of Medina, the outskirts of money. So it was a hot day, he was riding on his camel. And while we have no use of yarn at the time of the prophets of Salaam, as the person describing he was so low, he was a poor person.

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He was a young man who hasn't made any Fortune yet. Still, he didn't have finances. He didn't have even shoes to wear. So he was taking way

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too.

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To show him is the piece of land that the Prophet Lama had given him

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while he was riding his camel, obviously born in a royal family, and why whenever Sophia Sophia was a poor person, and he felt that his feet were burning on the sand on the hot sand.

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So he says to well,

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you know, let me ride with you on the camel.

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So,

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while

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he basically says to him,

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he says that a condiment or Daffodil Moloch he says don't be someone who follows sorry, or who sticks to the backs of kings. Basically you don't deserve that position. You don't deserve to be with me on the same camera. So now he says to him, Anthony now like he says, Okay, give me your shoes. Let me wear them like my feet are burnt.

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So what ancestor him into a Linlin NACA is the only shoes for you is the shadow of my camo is a Sikh, the shadow of my camo, so your feet don't get burned. Basically very dismissive. Okay,

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disrespectful. Now, what happens?

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We know later on. During the philosopher of Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu uses Mojave as a governor.

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And during Amana hubbub, he becomes the governor of

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Sham and during the philosophy of more

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of man of the Allahu anhu, he becomes the ultimate governor of a shell. Right. So during one of those times, why 11 100

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goes and visits while we own he was the governor. And now what is more of an ordinary person? Well, while we know Sofia is more of a king,

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so he comes,

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he approaches Mahalia, he goes to his palace, and he enters upon him. Well, how he sees him, what do you think finally? And

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now he has, he's never forgotten that. He doesn't say okay, you remember that? What did he say? While we had his throne, he made space on his throne, his throne, he said, Come and sit next to me.

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That's why we.

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That's why we

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know how he has like his whole approach to governance, and how he treated people was amazing. People wanted to kill him. He gives them gifts. That's how he when he gets ahold of them. It gives them gifts. That's how he treats people. And that's how he won the hearts of the people of Sham and the later on the whole Muslim world,

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or the majority of the Muslim world. Why don't know 100 is famous. By the way, I'm one of the scholars of Hadith as one who narrated SIFAT Salat in Episode Seven The description of how the prophets of salaam prayed. His famous hadith is a famous Hadith narrated by Weidman Hotjar. He describes how the prophets of salaam prayed how he started and how he moved his hands, the the positions and postures and salah is the hadith of why even has a famous Hadith.

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Then there was a tribe called Mud hedge.

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They came to the prophets of Allah who he was selling them, and

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they also

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give their covenant and thereby to the messenger Alayhi Salatu

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was Salam.

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Okay, so, again, that's how the 10 of the hijra, really that's these are the main events. And then we come to the

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month of the Qaeda, where the prophets of salaam gets ready to make the U turn, after each and this marks the last few months of the life of the messenger Alia salat wa salam, we're going to stop here in sha Allah can take two questions

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before I leave,

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if there is any, you have any questions

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What is it?

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Good question, why did the Arabs tried to follow Prophet Ibrahim and this man he became a sinner. And there's a long gap long period.

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But during that period, there was many prophets and messengers, actually, most of the prophets and messengers came during that period after Ibrahim and he is set up. So you look at the Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam, He has two sons a smile and his help.

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So from his help, the project of his help came to many prophets, especially among the children of Israel on the Israelites. Whereas from the children visit, smile, there was no profit afterwards, except for them homicides. So the Arabs were remain tried to stay as loyal as possible to the tradition of ESMA. And because they were the children of his mind, they were trying to follow that tradition. But although over the as you said, there was a big gap. During that gap, a lot of things were introduced, some things were removed. So there was a lot of changes. Yes, so that's the reason. So in that branch of the progeny of Ibrahim, which is through his many there was no other province

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except for Mohamed salah.

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Okay about the son, Ibrahim, the son of the Prophet sauce, and he was in Jannah. What happens afterwards, we're not told but in other Hadith, the Prophet SAW Selim was asked about the children, children who die.

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So there's a few Hadith and sometimes they might seem to like in some areas that might seem to be suggesting something different. But

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the the gist of this hadith is that children who die before puberty,

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children who die before puberty, and this is something that I am actually studied in, search very thoroughly, in his book to refer to No dude be molded, which is a book on the rulings that pertain to the newly born child.

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So the so I'm gonna claim actually goes through all the Hadith and discusses all the different opinions and he comes out with a beautiful conclusion. And just and see, it puts all of the Hadith in a state of harmony that suggests that any child that is that dies or passes away before for puberty, for reaching puberty, they're going to be in general.

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The problem described as the we mentioned that previously, most men, the Army soldier, the most it's type of birds, small birds, and he said I saw the children will want hate the President said I saw the children of the Muslims who died his children

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around Ibrahim engine, his black sort of

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having fun with them.

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Sort of playing with them.

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But again, there are other Hadith to suggest that actually

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any person or any child that is actually that dies before puberty, then sha Allah there will be in general, there will be yes. Okay. And we'll see you next week.

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Well, the according to the strongest understanding, yes, even the children of the non believers, although there are some a hadith where the prophets of salaam sort of did not give answer with regards to the children of the non Muslims. But other Hadith suggest that actually, it includes all children. That's why it will claim actually says

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he says, There's no difference because it's not a child's fault. Who, who their parents were or what they were.

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Because all all children are going to be in a state of federal, well, again, it's sometimes there's a matter of matters of dispute, we sort of, again, that's up to Allah subhanaw taala. He deals with it. So we'll see inshallah next week.

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And I think we might need just two more sessions and we will be done with the zero most likely. So two more sessions and we will be done with the seal of the prophets or lager and he was and I'm so see you next week. Thanks a lot.

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Just enough