Muhammad Al Bizry – Seerah – Episode 34

Muhammad Al Bizry
AI: Summary © The conflict between Muslims and English speakers during the French police strike was a loss for the Muslims, but the French police were successful in capturing the cul responsible for the attack. The conflict escalates and leads to deaths and injuries, leading to accusations of Islamism among Muslims. The speakers discuss the use of body parts and the importance of providing water and medical aid to those affected by injuries. The speakers emphasize the need for forgiveness and waiting for the right moment to avoid war, as well as protecting people and avoiding war.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah but

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for sido, revising term one because term two, I was in here in summary term one was all about God, Allahu Akbar, because there are many lessons and many things we can learn in terms of man Hajj methodology on how we go about things, whether among the Muslims or what we learned from the Father themselves. So in the beginning, we said that the profile he sought to them he held Shura Shura in what they should do in attacking were the kuffaar of courage because he heard that they were going to attack Almudena. So what were the two opinions

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good to stay in Medina and fight there or to go and meet them in battle that what did the Prophet prefer?

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Almudena to stay in in Medina because was more strategic because the women and children can also fight from the rooftops without getting hurt. However, the Moral Majority preferred to go out open fields for therefore this was shameful to say in in Medina and fight the excetera.

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And of course, those who missed out on fighting in battle, they also wanted to go and fight is all they felt if we stay in El Medina, then we could follow and even dare enter.

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And the profile is so slim ends up going with this opinion. And that actually ended up of course, as we know what ended up happening was the soprano the Muslims ended up facing defeat. Yet despite despite them being defeated, eventually in the end, it was a defeat. But in the beginning of that, as we said it was actually really a victory. But despite that the fate in terms of dunya what are the lies which construct the profile the sorts of them in terms of shored up.

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Still do Shura keep doing? Sure. So Pamela Yashoda was actually what resulted in this year was really showing us the Baraka of sureau this is something that should not be neglected. So you do his taharah ask Allah for guidance and st Shara you consult the people. That's very important.

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When the Muslims arrived at Oxford, what are the kuffar say to them? In particular, they say to the Ansel and among them I was a fan.

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He said we've got no quarrel with you guys. Our issues with Amina Mohamed Salah Salim and of course Mahajan, what is the teacher about today?

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extremes correct exactly what the father did today it's always the case they try to split up the Muslims into factions groups, division, *, etc. and divide and conquer when after you after the extremists after the terrorist until eventually they come after each and every one of us upon Allah. So this is nothing but a lion trick just like what the kofod do today. They want to basically split us up into bite sized proportions.

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So we've heard the rhetoric in the past and now just today then the battle itself what happened before battle the Prophet says who will take the sword

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though one of the until the profile is Islam said he's gonna take amphiphilic rights who stepped up about the journey you can't forget that name.

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And the story is bubbled agenda as if you remember listen to the recordings Allahu Akbar, he wreaks havoc that day, he split a path in between the ranks of the disbelievers as Allah Mohammed mentioned, he basically made his role that they took out the red bandana and Allahu Akbar. And we mentioned the narrations about that where he split a calf into the chili and Gabi Malik was watching him the whole time. And he didn't know who he was. He takes off his mask he says about that wanna What do you think I'm about to Jana?

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Last what what about that? Oh, god, what about it? That's exactly

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amazing. So the Muslims end up winning and then the fight flee the battleground and then what happens after that?

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What happens the Muslim the winning but what happens? How did the tables turn?

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The archers how many won the hill 50 archers 40. disobey very good 40 disobeyed. So now what are you talking about? You know, we've won victories here. The battle is over and they went down they disobey the Prophet, but because of that one command that disobeyed upon law, Muslims last, we expect victory today. We expect victory today. How many sins are we committing? One sin, one command to disobey the last? How can we expect victory today with all the sins that were committed? It starts with XYZ brands.

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Some people say now, what am I gonna do? Well, we can do a lot actually. And when we send we're actually harming each other. We're harming the oma soprano is a very important lesson for all of us.

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And what was the significance of the banner? Because remember, in a modern warfare today, we don't have really we don't see that significance. But back then was very significant. What was

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pretty much

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Yeah, exactly when the banner is up, it means your arm is still around. You look over the banners down. I mean, there's my that left you for dead, you better start running as well. So it means that withdrew. So you better hurry up and basically catch up and run away as well. Otherwise you did.

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We detected the weak spot among the Muslims.

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So Panama shows you his military expertise. He and I came out in Abidjan, they basically saw this weak spot and they attacked and it took the Muslims by surprise.

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At one stage, those are only how many approximately guarding the messenger Allah, so to them at one stage, around nine, some notion, say 12, but a very few number roofie number. And name two of the heroes that day who were getting the best and jolly sorts of them.

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In particular, there are many among them, Amara obachan. But we said, well, ha, and

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no Sat Nav, of course. Very good.

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Yeah, the others. Now there are others, some of the hobbyists as well, that they very good. Yeah, that day, those around 12, guiding the profile in Switzerland. And among them, we said the answer, and they dropped one by one, and also follow her, if not obey the law. And

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sad, of course, among others, but they were the two that really we focused on and they stood out that day.

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We said,

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when the prophets when the rumor of the profile Islam being dead, started to spread. What happened there were two main reactions, or were they, among the Muslims, two main reactions among the Muslims.

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Yeah, pretty much good. Some was basically the fetus mentality. They basically gave up some even said, You know what, let's go to let's go to

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the live in saloon and basically get him to make a peace treaty with Russia. He's got good relations. So what do we learn from that? That usually you find, even till today, many Muslims is already defeated in mind, defeated in spirit, and they run to the farm when it comes to getting assistance and so forth, rather than to walk out a lot.

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But yet there are others who will never be defeated, whether in mind or spirit, and some of the Sahaba Of course, they get they, you know, we have those reactions. were one of them, one of the Hammerhead getting passed by one of the unsought and he saw this unsightly man, covered in blood, his own blood. And he said, Have you heard that the messenger has passed away? What did he say, to the meaning he said, if he has died, it means he has completed his mission. So fight like he fought, and also die in the path that he also died. So that's a very important lesson for us. I will I don't remember his name, but it was he was one of the unsired I can tell you that much.

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In terms of one of the miracles we said, Oh, babe, no, he left or many that day, obey McAuliffe. He used to always say I'm going to kill the Prophet, I'm going to kill the Prophet. The Prophet said, No, I'm going to kill him. So if you remember what happened on the day of the battle,

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he came charging on a horse covered in

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armor from head to toe. There was just a small opening for Yeah, basically for the eyes and for the neck because you have to move it. It's a separate piece right? The home is separate to the chest armor. So it came on his horse and he was charging and the messenger the Sahaba went to God the Prophet but what did he do?

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He please God, me.

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Yeah, Leave him to me, told them everyone stepped back. So basically took his pee started to wind it up and the Sahaba all basically stepped back and the Prophet launched it. And I got a run on the neck. But the speed was too thick to penetrate. It basically scratched him. So he actually flies off this horse that is preparing his preparing for you know, weeks on end to get ready for battle. He flies off it didn't really do much, much good. Anyway, you can imagine like, this guy's got this awesome car gets ready for battle, whatever. And he just, you know, gets knocked off the first hit. one hit wonder, literally. So he runs back to his people saying Mohammed has killed me. Mohammed has

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killed me. They'll take off his armor What's going on? He has no clue.

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What I was just a scratch, take it easy. He goes no by law. If Mohammed said he was going to kill me and he spat on me or killed me, because they believed everything. He said the irony.

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The irony there like

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yes, that ended up causing a blood clot and he died from it. He died from Allahu Akbar. What are the profilers? What's that I'm sorry, that was obey Him.

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Like his brother, who may have no hollowfibre died with him Zilla miserable deaths, one in Bedford and one in

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Toms River.

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It's given stickball many people have this

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sometimes you find that on a lower level today sometimes you know, a person is giving you know, see how you know they're right but you just don't want to because of pride sometimes these small things get in the way but this is on a bigger level.

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And the profile is so slim said great is a loss of wrath against a man who a messenger of Allah kills is a hadith which is wrote Bukhari Muslim. So a person who is killed by a messenger, Lahore kwariani. Alyssa Do as I say, in Arabic slang, May Allah help that person actually not or not have that person. They have no help from Allah

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knows by accident. Yeah, it says as an official Hadith Actually, I should have finished the Hadith. No, I actually was my fault because I stopped there. And I said they're all bahala Muslim he says in a lost cause. disease in a lost cause Jani the filing fee sybilla. So that wasn't in law schools? Because it's an excellent, very good question. I think

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it was probably first prophecy as well, you can even you can even argue that. Now abnormal said one night he was traveling in that same place in the same place

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where Obama was killed and he saw flames of fire is a mortgage is a kilometer was given to him normally, he saw flames of fire. And then he saw a man being dragged in chains begging for water. And he was told don't give this man anything. He's a man who was killed by the Messenger of Allah Himself.

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So this was a karma that occurred in real life that was given to him. And this is something that Allah wills of course, at times, he allows parts of the unseen to be part of the scene.

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Like for example, do you believe that Islam is part of the unseen but he came the hadith of gibreel, where he saw with the Sahaba as for the Hadith, the famous hadith of honorable hopper.

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How many Shahada among the Muslims? Whether or not 70.

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And how many prisons prisoners of war were among the Muslims capture?

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We said only one

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who has no

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abaza The irony, and the irony is, notice he was the only one he was also

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a prisoner of war in butter.

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is a prisoner of war budget and he promised that you know, look, if you let me go, I will not fight again. I will not even aid anyone to fight your mission. You have a lion. Look, I'm an old man I've got daughters responsibility so the profit out of his mercy inclemency he let him go in bothered, but then he ends up what ends up happening and you know, he's made said I'll look at you're a wimp, and you're not gonna fight with us, and they encouraged him to polish shows you the influence of bad friends.

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Yeah, that's what they did. Yes, that's in the serum. So his friends, they basically put on him just like today, it might put on you sometimes. So he didn't want look like a chicken. And he ended up fighting ended up fighting again, as getting captured and he's the only prisoner of war sounds as if he could have hit right as another prisoner of war you hide. He was the only one stood out like a sore thumb. So as I said, from Isaiah Hytner is the irony of it. So what did he do? Same thing I mentioned over law, you know, please, I've got daughters, you know, I'll have to look after them. And I'm an old man. The profiling system says a believer is not bitten by the same lead twice and is

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ordered to be executed.

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So that was the only prisoner of war.

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Is the janaza prayer for the Shaheed. No. Are they watched?

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Who was

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the one the companion who was washed by the angels hamdulillah very good. tombola,

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who was mutilated badly on Devon. Among the many Sahaba Hamza, we mentioned?

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Hamza, the uncle of the profiler suits him and his sister insisted on seeing him and when she saw him, What did you say? And we focused on that in the law. He were in a lot of a lady, Rajon and what did we mentioned some of the lessons from that beautiful statement. In Lila we're in a Rajon share with us?

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So when any calamity happens, not just death, very good. What else?

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In alila, we're in La herradura. To Allah we belong to Him, we shall return we mentioned many things.

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Sure, 100%.

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We belong to a lot and if something belongs to someone, they are the property owner and they have a right to claim their property whenever they want. When they want how they want.

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If I said you could borrow my car, I'll take it after a week if I come to you tomorrow, so I need it because you refuse. Sometimes we forget that, you know, we say my dad, my wife, my son, really, in that era, we belong to Allah. Sometimes we ascribe things to us or my bag, my iPad, my phone, but when everything belongs to Allah dominionist for Allah, he can take it whenever he wants.

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When la Roger and we are returning, in other words, eventually we're going to go back to a loss or whether we die tomorrow, next week, next month, it's inevitable.

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Which Sahaba lost the three closest mentor.

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While expected expect I will expect you to

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correct for Charlotte, very good Hamlet, Hamlet been to Josh Hamner, been to just lost the three closest men who rather

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her husband and her father.

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Now, when she lost when she was told that she lost her father and her brother, she was calm and composed. But when she was told she lost her husband, that's when she screamed, and she was asked, why was the response here?

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Correct. She said, remember that my children be orphaned. And if you haven't got kids, you know how heartbreaking that would be?

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Possibly, yeah, we also mentioned that it's actually the profile is Switzerland. We actually mentioned this narration, when he was told this, and he or he either he is totally witnessed it. He said, a woman's husband has a very special place with her.

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That's why she lit up this screen. So this is the profile system commenting on this. Yes, another generation the profile is so slim said her husband alone has control of a part of his wife's feelings. That's true. Husband can really really affect you know, his wife.

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You know, a woman's upon law, she can be very loyal, she can reverse you give everything to her husband, that's what's very important that the husbands they they treat their wives with respect and they look after them. Because you will if you do that, you look after your wife she'll she'll look after you and vice versa. So it takes two to tango.

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Then we looked at some of the other reactions of the Soviet like a dean area identity.

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And we said Dean area when she was told that she lost also her husband, her father and her brother same she said How is the Messenger of Allah?

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La quoting Annie and then when she was told he's okay she was not I want to see him. Nothing would satisfy it if you saw the messenger Alice was done with their own eyes. That's true love that's true sacrifice for the messenger Alice was to them. Sometimes we take this word sacrifice love of the messenger. And we don't really understand if we truly want to understand what is love of Ross, we'll look at this a hobby and look at those however.

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She said every loss is trivial.

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As long as you your soul are fine.

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Any Muslims, you know they actually blame Islam for things go wrong. They blame other belie on it. That's a very, very dire situation to be there we looked at the women's role in jihad, women drawn Jihad we looked at two main aspects or were they we said supporting role and

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fighting physical directory, right more of a supporting role. And then we looked at a directory are both allowed.

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Yes, with conditions with conditions now they are both allowed with conditions. And we mentioned some of this condition we'll get into in a moment, but among the women who used to fight, who's to support rather among the women who are providing the supporting roles we said Ayesha, and she is the wife of the messenger. I listen to them a lot but Annie, the wife of the leader, is serving fighters profiling that today. We're a leader, a king or whatever. He's his wife is actually this serving the widow Hadean where would you find that today Allah, Allah Muhammad Allah Of course, haven't been to Joshua as well providing water medical assistance or more a man is to provide water to the injured

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Fatima was the prophets wound that day, but with the help of Ali

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and also enjoy harsh comments, right to hamlet of introduction yamo heard in this lecture tested the archer what to do with Java is to treat the injured and also provide water

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to those who are thirsty.

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And and so the Malik mentioned how his mother was there as well.

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Who mentioned as many iterations of this hobbyist provided us any support roles and then we looked at

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physical roles, like no save up into cub. This woman was very well built, she was naturally strong, and she took part in many battles, not just so hard, so hard, and also many other battles. No Sabre being took up. And she was there who used to who was actually defending the profit physically when, even though Abby kamiah was there.

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This is cafard who came to

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actually killed the profiler. slemish. He was there, he took a blow, took a blow, shoot basically whatever you'd call take a bullet for the profile. So that's what she basically did. And she was injured by this man so bad. Well she cut on the shoulder. So bad It took

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a year to heal one holy Pollyanna usually a break in your leg or easily a break will take six weeks, right a break or even a fracture sometimes a bit longer. So if something is so severe, it takes a year to heal must have been that must have been very bad.

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And she wanted to do what the next day she wanted to go in, fight, fight at home right lesson where she collapsed at her drive. There was no safe haven to come upon

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you any more manly than many men today.

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It's upon law, what a role model for the women and of course for the men.

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And women go out and help them with their hidden and treat the wind. And so we looked at this as a In summary, we said it is allowed with certain conditions, certain conditions.

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But generally speaking, no, because the women is in a role met the kuffaar can take advantage of this. They can try and attack, you know the women and what we'll do, it'll distract them with a CDN. And also they can take them and of course do all types of harm such as *,

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and sexual abuse and so forth. And also woman's out on might be exposed. However, if there is a need, there is a need for this and what greater need was there than the better word where the messenger Allah certainly himself, was injured and almost killed were even some of the Sahaba fled, fled, some of the hobbit fled and she was there. And he some of his hobbits are Muslim and to save him to God was there. So at times, yes, it is allowed for a woman to partake. So when I say yes, when I say yeah, when I say nay burrata, we say it is allowed with certain conditions at times.

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So in conclusion, jihad is not obligatory for women in principle, except in cases of necessity, such as if you fall attack a Muslim land.

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In that case, Jihad becomes obligatory for women according to their abilities. But if she's not able to fight, of course, she doesn't have to. Because Allah does not ever burden a person more than they can handle.

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What is the profile of someone to go out to fight and pursue the confira hamrun acid? This was the next day. Why?

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Yeah, though, he got word that they wanted to come back. That's true.

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So to show them

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courage to try to basically intimidate them, Look, we're not scared, we're gonna come out and we're strong.

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Although it was a surprise attack, but now they were told, they were actually told, told one of the professors and told one of these, one of the people who wasn't a Muslim yet to go and tell them that would come and that's when they fled. But hamdulillah

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you need to know.

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I would like you to actually know if you come up a couple of lessons from the battle, what have we spent a good two weeks on that is not a couple of lessons in detail, even provide the number.

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Number, that's why you need to

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know the I like the I show the reference, give me the reference.

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But because it's an English diploma, I'd expect you to know the whole aim Arabic, but that'll come later, maybe masters.

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But give me the idea. And then transition to the meaning of course, and then, or the ayah number and the surah. And then give me the lessons Give me the lessons.

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That if you using I guess in the future in our life, we can get that accreditation. Why not like how Israelite has in an urban area? Why not? So now of course, sometimes you don't need to have an IRA but it's a logical Expo logical argument. So you can learn this and this or he certainly was not always looking for an iron. But give me a couple of lessons from the baton. What what we learned from that we mentioned many, we said number one,

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give me some lessons from a hug. The one that we took

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the consequence of seeing very good that they disobey the professor to them once all that one command was disobeyed and they resulted in defeat second.

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Not very good ascent. Excellent.

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Correct. Dan is not just dependent.

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Yes, ma'am. And we also said yes, the superiority of Islam. We said the ayah so Taliban 139 what are the you know, what are the has no one term LaDonna enquanto meaning when Sheena Allah said after what? Which was, you could arguably one of the worst defeat in the time of the profilers a term arguably because this is something that almost caused the death of Rasul Allah. Allah said you are superior. Even though those feet Allah said you are superior, is I wasn't revealed.

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After fat America wasn't revealed after victory was revealed after the

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Muslims are always better always on top because they have to have Islam.

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Very good.

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Now, we also looked at that as well very good, the prophetic method and how to do and how our lives will of course corrected mistakes of the arches etc. How the Prophet was lenient to them will open the problem for little problem for them and how they are very good, very good. What were the three things Allah told him to do?

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To deal with a mistake?

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Five one home Firstly, pollen, stuff alone, they make up for them to Allah forgive them and then wash them and then consoled them. So pollen, beautiful three step process and how to deal with mistakes. So firstly, you pardon them. And then

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ask Allah for forgiveness for them.

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Correct. Very good. Amazing. And then thirdly, and then seek their advice. And that's something very hard to do. Someone stuffed up and let you down to golf to them and say, Look, I need your advice. You really have to step on your pride crush your ego to do that.

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Really, somehow,

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a unit you'd have to do

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that, yes.

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But How hard would it be to actually go back to them and say, Look at you know, they really stuffed up, they let your whole group down. I need your advice. There the last place you want to go for advice.

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We said also to grant martyrdom. That's another wisdom behind the defeats alone once we adopted the minko, Shahada, Allah once martyrdom, once to grant martyrdom to some of the belief is also to purify them to grant them a high reward and to destroy their belief or disbelief is to destroy them. Because then killing the Muslims is not a good thing for them, then winning isn't a good thing. I think it's good. Yeah, we want cracking open the bottles of champagne. They party hearty all night. It's like they think it's good. It's actually bad for them, because what's happening is taking them to the fire. They're digging the grave deeper.

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Those were some lessons of what will you take after that

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event between are hot and the Battle of the trench?

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While the profile is a slam, attack, and send out

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armies, if you heard that they were going to attack Why would you do that?

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You have an army coming, you'd send an attack first.

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Say courage strength, catch them off guard. And we also looked after that the assassination of holiday even soufiane. Holiday Mr. Fianna alhuda li the profile is Islam ordered Abdullah bin Ernest assassinating while the Prophet order for the assassination of this man. Personally, I want to be harsh. Now wasn't what was this guy trying to do? And hand out roses to people?

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Was he doing what was holiday? mystery? undoing?

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Correct. He was basically recruiting people to fight Islam and fight the Muslims. I thought if this guy is left to live, what's going to happen? It's going to cause a lot of bloodshed. So the profile is ordered for his assassination is that how is that a mercy? We said

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correct love to call the other people and fight them and he's actually saving literally the people's lives. So it taking one man out of the picture is actually better than waiting for this war to breakout and millions are sorry, and hundreds if not 1000s of people and civilians dying. So that's actually a mercy from the Prophet but I see the kuffaar Oh, they do. Let's take these isolated incidents. And also look how your prophet reacted out of the villa. That's actually if you look at it really, that's actually wisdom from the profile asserts lemon mercy on his part, because this man holiday busulfan was evil and leading his people to war. First eliminate him eliminate the source.

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Eliminate the source of the problem. So Abdullah when he goes to fight, or assassinate rather Sophia at holiday benzofuran he realized it's time for prayer.

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He couldn't just stop and pray you'll get caught. Right? But he had him in his sights and he feels that if he starts to fight, he may miss us or pray Why? Because just about the fight. It's about running away as well. So what does he do?

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First of all is working to impress with users.

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And first it shows you the importance or the Uppsala and that's also have a place onsala any ecosystem excuse I'm about to engage in warfare here. I didn't it didn't excuse himself. wahaca shows you how much the solid meant to the Sahaba.

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As for us wait last minute. Muslim is at five to 450

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Facebook after check it it's important. I could be

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Message Tao bro we justify it as our

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you wish your wife you know watching a movie quality time with the wife bro It is our better isn't it start from you know you get sometimes this is you know delaying the smaller delay we justify that's what shaitan does you make you basically miss out on a widget to fulfill as soon

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exactly missing pleasure

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your friends to the cafe and our friends

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and we waited for them to finish

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like Ramallah protect us. So we thought we conclude the political long shadow in law in Africa one or two Winnick


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