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that what our supervisory lab will do it without the hypervisor. A lot of it you're probably on Friday that it's either on the home island of any LD was that Friday, Friday for someone ability to adjudicate your automatica hammer Rahimi was Dr. mercola hahahahaha, about a half a new guy that was a shame career in a year. So paired up with

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the bonus around 100 that means, I started wanting to watch

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out for the continuation of

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gaining from the Divine Light of Caesar, which had manifested his religion and manifested his baby and manifested through his tongue he would be known to all operations and times

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and hear from the companion when they mentioned to eat when it's mentioned in generation is that Ghana, your alma mater Hi, Donna, I will add an ice

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cream. We used to teach our children like music teach any one of you the Quran, the Book of Allah subhana wa Tada. so naughty receipt of the Prophet la Salatu was Salam was one of the greatest poets to partner with a lot of closer to a loss of handler data. And as far as I've said, on last panel, I mentioned what you are leaving

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beside upon the news of things that are new, as far as extraction extrapolate from this mentioned that if it is the news of a New Hollywood Serato Sara Russo from the big profits, then what should the state be of us remembering in the life of the greatest of all departments, they don't

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have to be a blessing shows that we have our friends from one of our teachers, any

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military from which we had the pleasure of spending some time together in Shanghai. And in Sharlto we asked the last panelist, open our hearts and open our minds and open our, our, our,

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our interface to the last panel data, so you can benefit from his words and how long it will last opens

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salatu salam ala Sayyidina, Muhammad wa, Marine, while

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we did

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a lot of melanoma and found out when you find out the margin.

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Hello.

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Especially brothers and sisters.

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First of all, it's an honor and privilege to be here with you today. In our city of Leicester

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very rarely that I actually do programs in Leicester very rarely, this is actually my first time doing nothing. But yours I think outside the teaching with like a weekend of the pros.

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It's honor to be invited by the

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shells

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shahzada Yes, yes. before and after.

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As you're saying for many, many years,

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since the 1520 years.

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When I was studying in Serbia, he was ready for me. After I had finished studying. I actually went to Syria for a while.

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And we got time to spend an opportunity to spend time together

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with our last panel data Grant COVID Baraka to the Ministry of Institute here

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in the community and elsewhere as

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co programs are very important continuously studies here

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Not just to talk or elections here, but the continued continuous study of the life of the messengers.

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Now you see with zero

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there's two things, there's two ways of studying it. One is reading zero one's own self.

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Three, three, the way we studies here

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there's two ways. One is that

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reread about zero of the messenger sallallahu wasallam.

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Another is to

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speak about the progress or not what is better.

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Now, you might say that with syrup like this is a continuation

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every month, a circle on studying the life of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Why do we need a circle? Because somebody might think that ci something you can read yourself, I can just you can do of course, there are many books. The most written about topic, in the most languages ever.

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The most return by topic,

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in the most languages ever is the seer of the messenger.

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Many, many languages Sierra has been written in just many languages, there's no topic on planet Earth, that has been discussed in diverse and different languages as the CEO of the messenger.

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So there are books that will do there are books in Arabic books, in English books in many, many different languages. And people can, you know, learn zero read zero, we should teach our children to zero, you know, different ways this

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has been I've been telling him today,

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multiple things even for children, this is the whole Sierra like, you know, sequence with with pictures and his brother here and his or her the and 100 different things from a young age getting jigsaw puzzles for them, you know, we should teach

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our children the seal of the messengers and olavarria send them young age.

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So this, we can study see

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by reading at home, and that is very important, reading on our own books.

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But there is special benefit, extra benefits

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in reading the seal of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in a gathering, not just not because we're learning we are learning something, you see, as opposed to this way I would have just explained this in the beginning, that there are certain sciences in Islam that you can't read on your

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like, you have to study by a teacher of serum the Quran, more than beyond the basic translation, the detailed procedure of the Quran, you have to learn by a teacher, right with any science is not just Islamic sciences, study medicine, you need to study by a doctor and you have to go through a process to study low, nobody can be a

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lawyer and just study loan on their own by just reading books. So all the sciences in the world require teacher why because there are many sciences of responsibility that require teaching. But then there are some other topics that a person can read on their own, which is like Sierra, Sierra, you can read and we should read our

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however,

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to read about the Sierra, to discuss it together collectively in a gathering the special nautical and special blessings that come about. And this has been classically, historically, from the time of the set up from the early Muslims

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gathered together just to read sometimes it's not even mentioned, it's just from like a book. It's a collective collective reading on the biography of the messenger.

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So we should do that.

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Not just in you know, messages and centers, but even at home.

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You know, people have habits of reading different books, we should have a way to form a habit of reading co collectively, the whole family sit together.

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The children and everybody once a week, once a month, just take a book on the zero of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, different aspects if it's with children then pick up books that they can understand. The Shema is one of the messages

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because Shira has different aspects to it. There's casais the Shema inshallah is specifically that part of the zero which has to do with the characteristics of the messengers of Allah. How would the messenger sallallahu Sallam eat

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How would he talk? How would he walk? How would he

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converse with people? How would he interact all these aspects of Shama? So that's something we should read at home as well,

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with our family

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gatherings are very, very blessed gatherings, and inshallah Melba give us the Baraka in shaba of these gatherings.

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My topic is, which was mentioned to me, in the sequence of the Sera, lectures is to do with the data.

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Everyone knows the story a lot of people know, so I don't want to sort of go through and mentioned the whole story, but just certain reflections or certain wisdoms, because not roosters but certain like lessons

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and certain preconceived wisdom, Assad or Hakan. But I want to maybe just look at certain lessons that can be gained

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from the episode.

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Because this is a quite a lengthy discussion, because before you start talking about our head, you need to talk about why the vessels were there in the first place. What is the position of Islam in these battles? Why did all these brothers and hunted up? And what happened? Why did all these battles take place? So there's a whole, you know, sort of introduction to this, and I don't want to really go into the details of that. But certain lessons that we can take, many of us have heard of,

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or had, it can also be pronounced as

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some say, Oh, hold is better, rather than what some have also said, I have.

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You know, what I had really, what is it really referring to, I'm sure a lot of people know refers to

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instead mounted to mount Medina and went over all that time it was outside.

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But it was quite at a distant place, in the time of the messenger, still not ready to sell it, because within an hour, I was very small, was a small place.

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But still, from there, you could see, you could see that even today, when we go to conceive, it's like you know, it's amazing. It's just that mountain itself has beauty. Number one, all mountains are beautiful. And if you don't find the mountains, beautiful, then there's something wrong with you. I think mountains themselves are very, very beautiful, actually. And the Quran tells us for the young Garuda ilyn. A big day for your country, this American Sofia jiba

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don't you look at the mountains, amongst other things, how they've been placed. So the great sort of amazing Namah bounty of Allah subhanho wa Taala these mountains, so

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so mountains are really beautiful. ohad actually, one of the reasons why legends just came to mind. I read somewhere that was one of the reasons was, because there was one and only was a unique mountain.

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Like I have actually means one unknown. It's unique. Let me say, I mean, this is really focused on data and looking at

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say, a large well known thing. So this was a unique, really magnificent mountain. And this is where the whole battle took place. The Battle of our home

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which took place after the Great Adventure

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Do you discuss public has been discussed

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Syria

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here as well, a bit this place, gave a couple of lessons before as well.

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And I know him also from Yemen, I stayed at his house, and I went there visited so very well as well.

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So he covered right, so

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this was a very strategic battle.

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straight off the burner, not straight after, but after the major battle, which was another and then another very major battle after that is

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in order to, you know, sort of get the Muslims and the Sahaba used to the idea. And everyone else the lesson is for everyone to remember everything that happened in the time the messenger sort of awkward silence happens as a reason as the lesson for the rest of the oma for the humanity until yomo pm and that's what the whole idea is. That's why lots of things that the messenger

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sahaabah did. He chose a lesson to the point that some of the things

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Or they might have written that those things which was contrary to Prophethood, Allah did not make the messenger, some of them do certain things which are actually, like, considered to be not appropriate. The Sahaba were made to do that, like, certain sins that the Sahaba committed. And then of course, they were forgiven for that. But there are incidents who have some sinful activities that took place, because there's no example for us to follow. And we don't know what to do in those cases.

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So those things which are not appropriate to Prophethood, even the messages on a lot already sent in was made to do that. And those things are

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inappropriate to Prophethood, the Sahaba.

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were sort of manifesting those things on the on the hands of the Sahaba.

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So the less the message, or the lesson to give between both with whether or not it was that you don't always get victory and success in life.

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You don't always get victory and success in life is not always about winning, winning, winning, winning. But there was a massive, an amazing, great victory. A unique victory was just a landslide, like a victory.

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You know, like, if you say, it's an absolutely amazing, you know, without any hiccups, it's just an amazing victory that the monsters went through. Now, sometimes when that could create, you know, we just see success success, somebody just driving primary islamically, on on informatie, someone's got business.

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And the guy is just earning and earning money on money that he just not looking at anybody. Now, nothing is just

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success after success, success after success, you just, you just want to that's why Allah said about my name is Angela.

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And sometimes, you need to shake a reminder from a lot like to put back into perspective.

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And this happens in every aspect of life. This was one of the greatest wisdoms behind

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that it's just, it's just victory after victory after victory, then some of us have a lot of them, but one who, you know, could get that sort of

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into that situation where they just think it's all about victory, whether it's worldly aspects, whether it's success, even from a dean aspect, there's no trial, there's no difficulty, there's no hardship, then,

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in that case, it's very difficult for a person to get success.

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So this was the whole, you know, between Berger, and I had to sort of get the Sahaba of your loved one used to this idea. And also unless it was the rest of the humor of some of the messages that are long running, that life is about both, it's about prosperity, it's about sacrifice and hardship as well. And also the point from this very important point. I mean, this is generally the life is about prosperity, and sacrifice, hardship difficult in this dunya is quite a mixture of both, you know, we have three duty free items. We have gender, which is only paradise, gender is only bliss, only goodness, there's no sadness, there's no sorrow, there's no hardship, there's no difficulty. It's

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just that's what it's called paradise. It's just good, good, good. Jana, how fired is only to woman and hardship and difficulty. Whereas Allah has made this dunya in such a way that it's a mixture of both. Sometimes we get good at this linear sometimes it's difficult, sometimes prosperity, sometimes hardship, sometimes as well. Sometimes it's poverty, sometimes there's good peaceful relationships sometimes has difficulty. And this is the nature of the studio.

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Okay, so that's the lesson but this is general this is how we should understand perform, there is another extra with this

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incident, there's an extra thing which a lot of us fall into.

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I mean, this is generally you know, you understand the point that generally we have we're being taught the lesson that

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if

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generally in the world, it's a mixture of good and bad

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prosperity and hardship.

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This point, but I want to tell you right now, this is very important.

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Many people make this mistake,

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which is that many times people think that if we're acting upon the that means no hardship should come to unto us.

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A lot of people read the statement, I pray all my salon my fasting and minimalism is still like waste. So like so difficult. I tell these people since when did a lot of make your promise that if you pray a lot, then you're not going to find hardship. When is acting upon the release to no problems in the studio. There's no such thing like that. Indeed. Actually, if you look at it's the opposite. There's a heavy help about what I've done

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and a lot less

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Someone has more hardship, I shouldn't do

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better,

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I should do but I

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am here to help.

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The people most afflicted other prophets than the closest I should go Nancy Berra, and an MBA from an unfair financing. So this in many of our communities, in our companies, I hear this a lot, especially with our women.

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We hear this a lot from our sisters, that I pray my salon I impacted upon the device, Allah testing me, Allah says to you, because you're acting upon the people who doesn't test ever they just is to draw, just go enjoy

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this just go and just enjoy the journey. And there's no, there's no internal peace, even apparently, you'd look at looks like some of the videos have been enjoying, but there's no internal peace. You see, the issue is a big deal. That is internal peace. That's guaranteed biblical life.

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And that's an area that's a gift given by Allah, that's something different. Internal peace is different to, you know, physical prosperity, you could have internal peace, and you could be poor, the poorest person, and you could be the richest man in dunya. But there's no internal peace. That's something different. But lots of people make this mistake, and they feel that, you know, acting upon the Why isn't why why is this hardship? Why do I Why did this happen to me, I act upon the

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greatest mistake that anyone can make. Because you know what happens in that case? Because the mind becomes weak. And you know, if, if that's the case, then people can just stop acting upon the, I've been praying for one year, I still know how to be Why should I bother? Forget it, like, Who cares?

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And that that is very dangerous. So this is a very important lesson that look,

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even if you're acting upon being the Sahaba of your world, who are who they were with the messages of Obama is never It was never in the battlefield. They were working for me, they were sacrificing for me, yet, a lot tested them and they went through difficulty and hardship.

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Okay, so this is this is a very important first point that I want you to make.

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A summary of this point is that between brother and I had to get the Sahaba used to the idea that it's not always just Good, good, good and prosperity in the dunya dunya is a combination of good and bad hardship and difficulty. And then the extra point, which is that

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specifically, you know, acting upon Dean, I should have been more harsh sometimes. But definitely, it's not the case that if we act upon being a Nazi, we won't find hardship. Okay, it's all about the next one. It's not about this way.

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And then in the Battle of

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many different you know, the incident that took place

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as I said, I don't want to

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mention all the details and you know, you can read about it what's happened in the Battle of

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Ohio,

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way

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murca

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intended to to come and attack and defeat the Muslims in Medina and Managua.

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Now, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he, you know, took counsel, he actually just this is another point, which is just coming to mind that before how to react to this, he actually discussed with the Sahaba of their loved one.

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How should we what's the strategy? This isn't, I wasn't going to mention this point, but just briefly a minute on this, leading up to help the messenger solo and he will send them

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and leading up to her head, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was notified that the collision maka preparing with the army, he actually

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made Musha.

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With the Sahaba, how

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many of them are written there that on this point that were written that this is the immediate leader?

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There was actually an opinion that should we get ourselves prepared and go, and many of the people who are unable to be part of that they were really enthusiastic and say, Let's go, etc. But there's a bit of just detail there. But just the point, this point, I want to mention that he actually took much. And you know, actually, in your head, there's a lot of many lessons about leadership

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is all about leadership, how to be a leader and how to deal with the people below you. And this actually, all these lessons affect every part of our life. Because you see, every one of us we have some sort of leadership role somewhere in between, like, I don't, I'm not the president of all times. I'm not I'm not

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Towards

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Cameron. I don't remember his name too much.

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But not Cameron. This affects everyone who look

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at every one of you, you're alive, like a shepherd mature, you're in charge. So, Father, leadership role mother has a leadership role in one of the most he has a leadership role. Head of organization has a leadership role. Our must be committees. All over investors should have leadership roles. No. and organizations have leadership roles.

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And, you know, in every area, there's lots of examples of leadership.

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Many lessons given here now, it's just this point that they messaged us and

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asked us how to be a good successful leader is someone who doesn't always have answers.

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With some tough

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seek the counsel discussed when asked what do you think what should you even if you're above them in

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respect, knowledge and experience? There's very many reasons one is actually they will feel actually at least they will feel the way important

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is asking us which is asking us make them feel important. Number two value they think that, you know, they feel that they are being valued, they have something to offer, they might offer something which the leaders thought about.

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Nobody is infallible, especially you know, the prophets were even though the prophets were infallible the messages that Obama is not infallible, he's still asking them about what strategic decisions should be made. But anyway, and then, we know the story of Muslims in the beginning, who had started out just like

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that's how it started out. The messenger sallallahu Sallam had actually told, you know, the, some of the Sahaba of your loved one

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who we I'm sure you know, that story, but shall not mentioned the story in detail, you know,

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stage by stage, just taken out some lessons from it. He appointed as you know, some companions to arches, a top of the mountain, okay, these were like, you know, people who, in normal battles this would happen if you look at all these battles, the normal battles this would happen, that they would you would put some people at a strategic place. And, you know, these were people like,

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you would call them like, in this day and age, like the snipers are just there watching,

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looking at everything.

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And

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so the messenger sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam had a point of these people, these companions, but their loved one, and their leader, Abdullah bin jubair of your lover, and he was, I mean, he actually put it in a meme as well. So this is another lesson that

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when there's a

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there's a main head of the organization, or a project or initiative

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and you're appointing delegates with different tasks, you should delegate the tasks and then appointed a meal for each task. So you hope people do this is the among amongst you 560 people, you have this job amongst you.

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Okay, so this is also the son of the messengers, messengers from a lover

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of your lover and who was put as an amine of those archers, which are the top of the mountain. Now we know the story. Muslims started out like murder. The messengers

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told them the look, do not move from this spot. What ever happens do not move from the Goddess, even if we see us, like defeated, completely defeated, like copes. I think there's one duration which mentioned that even like you see animals, you know, birds eating from our copes if it's like that still don't move from this place. Whatever happens,

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but he is

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what does that mean?

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What is the messenger sallallahu Sallam gave him the command but still appointed that I mean?

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What does that mean? That Yes, the overall Amir is the messenger sort of libreria salaam, but they could be a case that you might need to make a decision at that given time. And you don't know what I'm going to say?

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Because they can't know. Otherwise there would be no need for you. But what I'm telling you 1234 don't move from here. Don't do this. Do this. Do this. Do this. Okay, you will go That's it. Now you don't need to know me. Why did he appointed me because there might be a situation where despite the

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overrule mean, his commands being clear. Something might just happen.

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You might need and it didn't happen.

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Because what will happen now that you know the Sahaba who moved from there? It wasn't that they just

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did not disobey.

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There wasn't like, okay, yes, he told us but you know, yeah, no, no, let's just leave like, you know, I know he told us but it's okay.

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Even actually, even if they did misinterpret, because that's what he was what he said, is happens a lot of times in this in this era. There's a hadith where the spiritual messenger sallallahu Sallam told some of the Sahaba kusadasi laughable

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of you play Surat Rasul acceptable corridor, and there was they were divided. So how does it know he says, like, as the time was finishing, and this is how the former Dutch came to existence, because you understand interpret the statement in different ways. Some said, No, we should pray here, because he said, don't accept it in Belgrade. And some said no, he meant that, you know, whatever happens down there, and Trump said he was trying not to delay. Now. They this is what happened to those groups, a group of people who was at the top of that mountain, what happened to them was, they had two opinions about what the message is sort of lovely sort of meant.

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One group said that he said to us that despite whatever happens, even if you see us in defeat copes, like animals eating from our body do not move from him. But right now, we have seen Muslims are winning, it's victory. There's victory. So the scenario has changed. So that's why now we can go because it's, so that was the interpretation. That wasn't a mistake.

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Because that's exactly how the other said no, he said that as an example. Now, even if they're not given the defeat of victory, or whatever, even if they will go back to Medina until whatever happens, we can do from here.

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Whatever happens, there's two opinions of this power. This will help

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different people. And that was not the problem. One group stayed there.

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Because they said this is what we understand from the statement of was messengers and

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the other group, they move, because that's what they understood.

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And that wasn't the problem. That was a problem. They moved away from them.

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They misunderstood or they misinterpreted those mistakes.

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The whole lesson of us giving them and us this is the lesson to take is that that was the problem if that was the case, and they just said okay, some left, because Okay, this is what we understood. There's no problem because all the amounts of demolition everybody does.

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The problem was that the Amir of the word obeyed. He was of the opinion that we should stay here.

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And they did not listen to him.

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That was the greatest mistake.

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they disobeyed him. He was part of that group saying that no, we should not move from here. The other half said we should. Now yes. sometimes happens. We have like a meal. Everyone gives the opinion. We've got an organization, half of the people in organizations, I think we should we should maybe we should be here. The other groups have said no, it should actually be the need to make a window here. No. Do we need a parking space? here that no problem? Everyone has a was given everybody. Intelligence is fine. doesn't say that. Whatever the meal, the chef says that says, you know you, the chef says is night, right? No. And he says whatever you say, I need you tonight.

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doesn't say that. Sam says yes. You know, everyone's got, everyone's got intelligence everyone has.

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Everyone does mesh without counsel. But even if sometimes, you know, it's your opinion. But if we're part of a collective group or organization or collective project, then we go with the meal.

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We go with the meal. And his opinion is the final opinion. That's what we do. And this is why this was the mistake that was committed.

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So that was the biggest mistake, which was not listening to the command of Abdullah intubated,

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which was the Sahabi Companion of the messengers on Obama, I think in a sentence.

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And this is a very important message or a different, very important lesson.

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Live in a time when nobody wants to listen to anybody.

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Everyone has their opinion, find no problem. But listening to an immediate family at home, father, mother, parents, teachers, someone above us, this whole, you know, attitude of just obeying or not listening or not respecting the command. Everyone has the open

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Okay What is this how should we okay you can think and guess you can give your opinion but final ultimate decision has to be somebody

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This is a lot of importance

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I mean, that's from the heart It says when you are traveling appoint a person

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why there has to be someone who has the final decision, any organization, any group, any project, any family

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where there is not the ultimate decision for somebody that organization that

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institute that project that group that whatever

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family goes into destruction

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Anyway, when the amine is disobeyed over he loses the command and respect of everybody because soccer family this was a token with involved these Family Programs that I do. A lot has made a concern to me.

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In a journey you can appoint someone in a family law has already appointed someone. It's up to law laws are highly integrated. The man is crazy. The woman the mother said, Okay, this three year old daughter is okay what if Allah says the eldest son is the amigo over the father, mother and older siblings, okay, whatever,

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the wife,

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no problem, you send it over wherever you are a Holic, you understand, that Allah has made the main

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demand for cover movement is the caretaker maintainer. We like to use good strategic translations for all of this to be politically correct in this day and age, but you know,

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we have to understand that it has always meaning it is maintained that it is a takeover is someone in charge and I mean,

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that is the case. And if that road is not played,

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and if the family does not consider that has been to be in a meal, and that family goes into ruin, you know, sometimes some people say that, but you know, some sometimes they say that, because Amir is someone who's respected who's who's, you know, who's listened to that is, I mean, doesn't mean that someone who's like, you know, like, everyone's in all,

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the greatest I mean, but the most beloved

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is the most beloved is someone who's very, very kind and considerate, and why she takes care. So yes, he has to play his role, but the rest of the people have to take that person as in a mirror as well.

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And just a side point with this, about marriage, some people say that look here, but he needs to earn my respect. My son told me that he needs to say no, that's wrong.

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He doesn't need to earn your respect he needs not to lose is the difference? Because a lot by virtue of marriage has given that respect. That's it as soon as the ability to her marriage guns as soon as that automatic respect has come. You don't have to spend another two years earning it No. Yes, don't lose it, if you lose it, because the man has to pay the money.

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Anyway, that's another topic.

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But this is this is a big issue that in any field of any walk of life, when the Amiga disobeyed, Amir's role is not played properly or where he loses the respect and command, then it goes into ruin. And this is why there's so many Heidi's that talk about some rule of thumb of a, you know, listen, listen to me, not disobeyed. This is a lengthy topic around time, you know, even to like me and the leaders of the Muslims and there's so much elites, you know, that talk about that assemble law, voted and even coma to lower

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income. If

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you have a proper

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system, then you can you can even, you know, we can stretch that to or to even heads of governments. Islam generally doesn't like uprising. Generally, Islam discourages uprising. This is the general unless it gets very bad.

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political discussion, but it's just the you know, this is why general is strong because there's no harm. Even if you see that the leader is corrupt, to try to challenge and rebel against the leader brings about more fix and more harm than the actual problem there is there

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is a lot of emphasis, emphasis, books and books are written on this topic. It's an actual aspect of the teachings of Islam.

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This is why, you know, many scholars actually feel very strong until the last moment, do not even if the leader is really, really corrupt in that until the last moment, do not

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rebel and go against

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unless it's out

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As

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you can see, those are two opinions on the situation as well. Is it right now? Is it that time or not? And that's one problem.

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So, I will say that in our head, this was one of the main mistakes. The Quran says welaka Saga aku Beauvoir is the persona who

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will win over fulfill his promise while you are defeating

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tsunamis, like you're cutting them to pieces, annihilating the enemies, completely, but it was a victory. That's what is really, you can't even say it's a defeat. Or you can't even say it's a complete victory. It's a mixture of victory in the beginning, and then there was a counter attack by the enemies. And then afterwards, the enemies then it is just like, they did the stuff. And then they run away. Because after that, you know, the messenger sort of love it cinema Sahaba waited for three days waiting for them, because they were told them, well, they the enemies made the intention out to that, you know, that's just gonna finish them off now. And then when they were told that the

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Muslims have been ready again,

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at least we got this, let's just get away with this. And you know, we don't know what's going to happen. So the Muslims actually in this message isn't waiting for three days.

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And they didn't turn up

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on another location, close to it. So

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was saved that she had

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the main reason of this was the disk obedience to the male who was

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his

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last his one episode of how to love Waldo is in the pursuit of happiness.

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Second reason,

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second, and third reason, but let's leave the Fisher's don't because, you know, it's like you, you lost hope, etc. And, but this time, what, as

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you started disagreeing and argue,

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this was another contributing factor.

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Because this unity brings about loss to the whole, you know, this is strong and as unity as another type of community doesn't actually mean that everyone does the same thing and thinks the same way. It's agreed to disagree. But this is the Quran actually mentioned within a desire to

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show to the nose out of

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the eye, but then Allah says,

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Allah has indeed forgiven me with love,

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in this approximately 1616 verses in the Quran that deal with

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and many of these verses what most, if not all, of these were all revealed after,

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after the battle

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after so just to finish that off, and then just one or two other things. So we know that what happened was

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initial victory, and then this disobedience to the Amir.

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That took place. And then Harlequin, unbelievable. That time he wasn't he wasn't in the Muslims, so the Muslims and he realized this, so then they were attacked from the back and it was actually chaos and anarchy within the Muslims.

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To so much chaos and anarchy another, we know that the sack 70 Sahaba mostly from the unserved market, and often was the uncover of who, the messengers on the hands over the visit, visit some of the places where he's buried.

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Who was killed by washi. And his body was mutilated him actually was, you know, chewing on his liver. You know, why she bloody of Albarn who actually became a Muslim afterwards. And you notice he would come to the messiness of

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the message that allowed us to send him he said to the Sahaba when he came to accept Islam, they were looking at this person Sit down.

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I, to me, one person becoming Muslim is more Beloved, than killing 1000.

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Islam was originally have been a bit

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lame, come be a Muslim, but then he, you know, he told him just whenever you come, don't come and sit in front of me because I remember, you know, my uncle, how he was martyred and killed. So this was what she would do a lot of

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the messiness of medicine was also injured. Okay. And in that chaos, an attitude.

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Message messages of love it was sent him was injured his tooth fell out, was unconscious for a bit. The point here is that what happened in that mix, a rumor was spread

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Most of you have sort of passed away.

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And that actually made the matters worse. They just you mentioned they live for the messengers. They die for the messages.

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They, everything is so lovely. They are there for him. Everything revolves around him. Everything, when they hear the news that allows messenger solo Bob has died or passed away who has been martyred.

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It's only for them, we can't even begin to imagine

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the conduct we can't even imagine that situation or that sort of emotional

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level or state that we're in, it's just impossible. It's just difficult for anyone to even imagine that time. And then we actually did take place when the messenger sort of organism actually left this world that time. And actually, this I was going to mention later on, but some of the scholars have said that one of the big one wisdoms of our health was to prepare the Sahaba with the eventual passing of the messages.

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That was another salient message and listen, right now. You know, you lost like your your your your steadfastness. So make sure next time This doesn't happen. When he does leave this world, he has to leave, because everybody has to be that's why the Quran says

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as a matter of

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if he passes away,

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or if he gets killed, I will just turn back and leave. And that's why a lot more as well, you know, he actually made that he said, Man, Korea, Buddha, Mohammed, Mohammed and whatnot. When Korea

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if you are worshipping Hamas, Obama, he said that his left this world, then let's say you when you stop worshiping, because he was wrong, but if you're worshiping Allah, and Allah is highlighting,

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so this was actually preparing them. But that the message or the lesson at that time that I want to give is, they went into that emotional state because of rules.

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And this rumor mongering is one of the greatest evil that can ever take place. So just obey that I mean, just agreement. And then there's rumor.

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Somebody actually, you know, from the enemies has actually spread the rumor. One of the

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greatest casualty of war, they say is the truth.

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Greatest casualty is not human beings who live the greatest casualty is the truth. Right now, what we see and what's the truth everywhere in the world are two completely different things. We think we know a lot.

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We see the news, the greatest like the greatest liar, the lie is the news.

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Honestly, tell you the truth. The greatest cover up is the news.

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everywhere in the world, what is really happening and what is the reality and what we see two different things. And that's why it's always been impractical to hide the truth, to cover up the truth, to manipulate the truth to spread rumors.

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The biggest casualty the first casualty of war, is the truth and when truth is covered, and when

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the evil or when lie is actually spread and just repeated after repetition after repetition after repetition and people begin to believe that is the truth. That's what advertisements are watching. You know, people think that don't Don't I know that there is a McDonald's to listen to, to to to to

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advertisement, and most things just skin when you hear this on the radio sometimes don't don't handle this apocalypse bank. Everyone knows why did you bring adverts

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and adverts of advert about Tesco

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for example

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you might be on the bottom of

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the screen with us Do we need what says very different but

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still the advert is still given

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because we are human beings you know it's our nature when we hear something it just makes us you know sometimes you use you know testicles they use but when you hear it just wants to make you go what happened it just test was there any other complete makeup a needle a makeover and something different changed in Tesco? No, it was the same test question. Why are you going to straight up to this advert is just he just made you have you know this is how human beings

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so this is what you know if you look at news as well they say this that just keep on repeating false propaganda after propaganda to just keep repeating, repeating, repeating repeating so much that Islam is a violent religion Islam is this just keep repeating repeating that

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Finally, ultimately, it's unquestionable is just that this is the truth. If anyone says opposite to that is just some questionable content.

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And this is what happens

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to this rumor in the world, generally there's, you know, misinformation, but then also in our life.

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It's very important that we remove this evil of the society.

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The problem is that there's two types of situations or two types of people.

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Sometimes what happens is, some people genuinely get involved in the sin of rumor mongering, spreading rumors, they sort of they, you know, they get involved, it's not, it's not they don't have a bad intention, etc, but mistakenly neglectfully, heedlessly they get involved in this.

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As bad as it is, and we need to remove that. That's when really the allergies and the remedies for the worst is when people actually intentionally they love it.

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Some people hate it, they are sensationalist. Their lives don't move. Unless they stoke the fire of rumor mongering yesterday, they actually enjoy when you hear the coalition

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languages, I don't know who's from

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some Asian cultures,

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but are very caustic in English,

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is people you know, some people like so if we don't have this question, what do we do? Life is boring. If somebody wants you to do labor, you know, there are actually assumptions that we were going somewhere with a group of people. And then I told them that don't believe so much talking in the van, everyone's gossiping. I said, Look, when I gave him a small naseeha this is somebody else things I'm sure that, you know, he knows how long we should avoid talking about anybody says once I said that up since then was 10 minutes and it has come quite as valuable as talking. And I said 10 minutes, everyone seems to be quiet because he until you said don't talk.

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Don't you leave? Well,

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if that was the case with men, what about the women? No offense to women, women are amazing people, they have some good qualities. And they have some assumptions, which are men are more easily involved in their assumptions, women, because it's just the nature like, like, for example, physical abuse, it's easy for a man to get involved. But labor is a sin that women can very easily it's just difficult for them especially now there's even more means is what's happened. This is this is what two people costing kills the society. Now every human Dude, what's happening to the toilet? Dude?

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Dude, or did you hear his wife ran away, too? Did you hear he divorced him?

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Or the children of Dude, it's like, business. Evil. Yes, that's why we don't do positive things in the committee because we want to talk about the whole world. Cost it costs it costs it costs the costs of room after room after room

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currency

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in general conference convener but in the beginning, when someone comes to the Quran says first but this is general comes to the news ascertain its true, verified, do not spread it or pass it on until you don't hesitate. Many of our teachers say that, you know, we will be Christian about this. Before we open our mouth or say anything or write or text them. We realize that we have to prove this in the quarter we're buying an X ray. This has to be proven. That's why

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it says in our

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in our parlor,

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he said this and she said that

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just

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because even you had data coolibah semi enough for person to be called liar that whatever you hear you just pass it on. And this happens in no more than a text message comes how you don't even think text message comes. someone sends us a text message without even determining Is it the truth for passing on to another 200 people? Is it the truth? Is it really true what's happening in this?

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We shouldn't we shouldn't do that. We shouldn't just pass on messages, you know, rumors so much rumors. Just goes like wildfire. So housing there's two types of people who some actually get a buzz out of rumor mongering.

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They actually you know, they enjoy like, you know, they enjoy like, Episode Episode One, Episode Two. This is like, you know, soap opera. Coronation Street. Yeah, what happened? Let's go down to the next part. Then this happened. Now what's happening nausea has been given her the punch enough, or Has she now now why is he doing what's the status now? What's status date for

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How many things to do in life honestly, and this we live in a time right now that the best person is the one who keeps himself.

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Mind your own business live in your own, you know, place in a corner of the dunya somewhere, honestly, that when there's Hades, the messengers of Allah Islam actually said, When four things happen, Just mind your own business, you and your pets, your animal, your family, and that's it. There's no don't even do. He said, there's no hiding. There's a lot that he said when you see for things. When people just obey their desires when work were a job according to the law in the law, when everyone just self opinionated, nobody wants to hear anyone else's opinion. Nobody wants to listen to anyone. And there's another two more things he mentioned. He said for Arica because

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then you just look after yourself, like auto company reset in reverse now the document de la

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la komen.

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But honestly, we need to sort of try not to be this gossiping, you know, nosy type of people

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putting our noses in the affairs of other people. So some people have this, like, it's that attitude, and that really needs to change. Secondly, there are people who actually just don't really have a bad intention. But it just happens by like neglect, heedlessness. Where, without verification without doing accurate without repercussion, which is some rumor comes and you just say to somebody,

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when we hear some news like that, that someone said something about somebody, first of all, it's not my business or your business.

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Why don't you do work for the police? We work for the army. Do you work for some secret? Yes, do we? Do we really need to know what the first let's ask this question. Someone say, I heard this is happening to that person. This thing? He did this? How does he affect me? Has he got anything to do with me? Or my business? No, then I don't even want to hear

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someone tells you something? You will, I don't want to know nothing new in the I have got enough issues to think about my own life. soberly. Mashallah, who you want? Are you bidness? how America is the person who is engaged with his own for you that he doesn't have time to look at or you have other people? So and then secondly, if it does affect you directly,

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then First of all, it doesn't affect you, then nothing do with me, I don't care. Secondly, if it does affect you, that particular incident of relating to some person who affects you, is to do with the, you know, something to do with you. It's in your business, for example, then be very, very precocious. Be just Quran says be just even against your own self, even your family members, your parents as well. And even against enemies. Different verses of the Quran be very, very just, if someone tells you that I wrote recently that lots of people ask me, and not just mean maybe other moms and other people as well, because we live in a very sad time. People ask people like me,

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regularly, what do you think about the chef? What is it about this movie? What do you think about this person? What do you think about that person? It's like, it actually knows like to match and get a buzz out of something. And yeah, then we'll go to audition is condemned the other? Shall

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I stay away? From these kind of questions. Anyone? When no one was telling you thought one of the things that teach us is we have to be sharp? No, this is

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from the questions question thing. Why is he trying to ask this question? Not every question you're supposed to answer.

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I think my time first just to this thinking about why is he has the question. And what's his motive and objective and aim and purpose and goal behind this? Why does he want to know, they're not as counter questions. But why this provider? Unless someone is really sincerely wanting to know, people are startups.

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So questions like why what do you think about this? Generally, I just declined, I never respond. But when sometimes someone genuinely wants to know about anybody, for a strategic for proper reason,

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the way approach I take is I put myself in a situation and what if somebody was asking about my own father, or my own brother or my own son or my own by myself? Someone says, These are the allegations against Fernando de ducha.

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He Something happened with this particular person in the community, he did this.

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Even if he is from a different background. I just wrote the name of and put put your own father's name. How much would precaution would you take in trying to get to the truth? This is your own mother, your father. What will you do? kombucha, kombucha kombucha, you really need to get to the truth. You will leave no stone unturned in your precociousness in your

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life that we should be just with everybody.

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So this is one of the great lessons, because just a few more minutes, but we knew this because of the room and this is what happened.

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The purpose of our system was injured in passing overhead. And the rumor was that

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he passed away or shahidullah

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Shahid, B which was of course wrong.

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So the negatives of the rumor is not just two three other lessons I was I was gonna talk about these things, but there's not just one or two

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Yeah, actually, there's one lesson here is, you know, after after and with this after,

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after the battle ahead, our revealed some may versus like I mentioned, but one last verse, and

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he actually said to the messenger, sallAllahu Sallam he said, at a minimum, but he didn't know what to

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do.

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This is actually this lessons of leadership, lessons for the person who was a leader, many, many more lessons. This was addressed to us messengers.

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That imagine this is you know, the morning after this is after the incident.

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Post incident. Imagine you have a business or you have an organization and you're in charge in your head. And the people you've appointed to do something that disobeyed or mis represented or whatever, a huge business on rocks or whatever, or different things

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those people are fearing.

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You've also got the rage, at least you will in some way or shape, you're going to reprimand them.

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You're gonna lose the job, most likely, or something will happen.

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A lot address the messenger sort of 70 cent Furby mark with him in winter.

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It's because of the mercy of Allah, mercy from Allah.

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Allah says unique mercy, Allah's Messenger was full of mercy,

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especially on this point, that it was through a law's mercy on you. You are gentle To the

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Messengers of loneliness, and it was gentle to them.

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Mr.

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Linton

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was

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very vocal, if you were foul mouth, very harsh in your tongue, found one believer called harsh hearted

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believer calling them for Doom in how will they the companions or their loved one who would have dispersed and this does this needs to be taken after that as well, but the message is,

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they actually forgave them, the Quran said was forgiven them, but the way he dealt with the companions as well, was extreme gentleness, extreme love, extreme kindness, extreme kindness, there was no sort of harshness from him, because they actually did sacrifice it was a mistake, strategic mistake. So this is also very important that when someone makes a mistake, then if there are less necessary measures, of course,

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to take the you can take them But on the whole, it's important to treat the issue with kindness with gentleness, Charles, and there's many, many more lessons that we can learn from the Battle of warhead, and the rest of the Sierra messenger some of our

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time is up some

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branches, ability to practice on some of the lessons that we gave them, they give us Baraka through the serum and buzz messengers. Send them and give us beneficial knowledge so that we practice it in our lives and lives and inshallah be successful.