Fiqh us-seerah #39 – Dawah Taking a turn after Hudaybiyyah

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The history and context of Islam have been discussed, including its importance in daily life and the use of force and oil in warfare. The importance of understanding the Bible and the printing of the Bible is also emphasized. The discussion touches on the origin of Islam, including its connection to warfare, and the use of slim words to indicate acceptance of Islam. The segment concludes with a discussion of the importance of learning in a good conversation and avoiding false accusations.

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For now

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elaborate well mokdad A minute later philanthropy Allahu Allah Yama*a

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Mohammed Abu who was solo

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Somali rahmatullah

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wa Taala and yellowfin

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tuna masala who were nerfed violently nerfed or eska wasa

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la Hinata Wakil y la il merci

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What are shallow la quwata in

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praise be to Allah will begin always by praising Allah creator, our master Our Lord, and we send peace and praise and his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we pray to Allah, to accept from us to forgive us

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shall receive mercy upon us.

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We beg Allah for his forgiveness.

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We ask Allah to give us useful knowledge and wide systems and on our law we actually depend to him is the goal.

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After a long break for Ramadan

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Shall we recommend some hopefully, I think towards the end, of course, although towards the end, doesn't mean this listen to regardless regardless story of a sort of lustleigh slums life, Sierra, because so much happens in Medina.

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If you remember where we were last time when we left,

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left after the

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treating soul, baby and soulful with IBM,

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which, after which revelation of sort of fat was revealed, if you remember, so number 48. And if you were to contemplate and recite and reflect on that sort of gives you so much of what was going on at that time,

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and so many lessons, of course, in it for us from the BIA is Treaty, which we covered in the past or really, and, and the aftermath of it.

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Some of the

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believers trying to come to Makkah like Abu Basir, being sent back and

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joining doors on the seacoast of Mecca, and eventually the Mecca is begging them to be taken back because they took it upon themselves because of the enmity shown to them by the garage to get their own back on the caravans that were the coastal route Caroline's overseer

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was joined by the son of Sohail Abu gendell,

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who also tried to leave Mecca remember during the treaty,

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because his father was doing the treating forbade him to go and promised to exceed but saying to both overseer and to Abu jandal, Allah will find you have patients of sub A level find your way there was a way found eventually and without Rasulullah saw some breaking his treaty.

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And that was very important.

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And as I mentioned before, the majority says and many of them are hosted among Zacchaeus Tabby and a llama that the great victory fat whom have been declared victory mentions for fat was about who the idea

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was when it was revealed far too much. It hasn't happened.

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So the great trick is because a piece

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pieces the piece is what Alice was once in the land. This is what gives chance for his message to be heard.

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in an environment, which is conducive, most conducive to people realizing and appreciating truth, not when it's full in a battle situation of war and hatred. And because we were

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shaitaan uses that to blind human being true, isn't it?

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anger, hatred, all these things lead us to blindness not even just in battle or in the, in the case of guidance even but in everyday life. And that's why we have the prophesies from recommending the the angry person first to not get angry.

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As though we could do that with the means.

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Also, that you don't get an angry, don't let your anger drive you to do or say things. Anger can be their natural human being feeling here, but to control it, to control anger, and so much so that he told the one who's standing to sit down when they're angry, and when the one who's sitting next to lie down, or even making wudu, etc. This is all to show that we don't get blinded. So hatred, rancor

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and anger, warfare,

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pride, all these things. We're blocking the way. So they react is that piece

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in which which acts as a fertilizer for sincere people then, and that's why it is said

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in transmissions that now people began to hear the message. And almost anyone, anybody from the Arabian tribes and peninsula around Medina has a harbor now started traveling freely without fear of being in under attack.

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Because remember, Croatia, there were some still elements and areas of warfare. Not that it was all resolved will they be the majority is because the biggest fact is the correlation. And they have most of the alliances of the significant tribes publicize them in Medina and made alliances with some other tribes around Medina through various ways and means. So but it became so much so the traveling and Tao became widespread. And hence that's what we said last time, as well. But more people embraced Islam in the 18 months to two years after who they be and then all the time before.

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Allah say, well look why he said, because if you look at who they be, when they came to do the Umrah, the Sahaba, the prophet SAW Selim,

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there's almost 1500.

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And if you look when the Sahaba come with the prophesied Salah to fly to Mecca, which we'll come to later, there's 10,000. So half

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the number just, as I said to you last time, majority of those who are actually in the opposition, even know who they be, even at late stage of the day, we're

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when for tomeka comes Two years later, they're not during the opposition. They're behind the prophet SAW Salem marching into Mecca.

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The objective isn't to kill and destroy people. That's what you see throughout the life of a soldier.

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So he's trying to save people is not here to instigates was as some from the Muslim Olimar being misled

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majority realize the isolate problems or some wasn't initiating some historic answer, and therefore, it gave chance for those and based on all kinds of weak reports or fabricated stories which have been mentioned.

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And it gives chance for orientalist to play on those kind of stories.

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Those kinds of stories, murdering this dude entering than all this I mean, in reality, if we look at carbon isotope we mentioned in the past as well, it wasn't a murder.

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It was a state, high treason execution.

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Because of treason, the assassin way was always to try and save and this is what he wanted. The police also wanted peace even Sahaba didn't understand even senior Sahaba and understand this kind of Treaty of good idea which was

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weighed heavily in favor, it seemed of the chorus

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but to publicize them as agreeing to all the things even though there seemed to be an despite what the service or

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majority of Saba thought and of course it produces its fruits, the results were the swelling of numbers

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of of

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unbelievers, because once the message was heard without that rancor and hatred in the heart and hit the hearts

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I mean that is lessons

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For us as well, in any situation, the crown is full of lessons for us. But Sierra in show itself shows the lessons and blessings of having an opportunity to be to live with people in peaceful times.

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Whether in their country, or whether on the borders or what, you know, applies to us as well. And Aspire applies especially to us,

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especially to us, because we are ambassadors of this thing, come to a land

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where even a century ago Muslims imagined they would come and settle here.

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Yeah, and make their homes here. They didn't imagine that.

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So, whatever they're writing or writing or whatever they're saying in those times, they can't imagine they're talking for their context and time when restoring colonialism

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in the Middle East or in India,

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what people fail to understand

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and realize and this is very important for young people studying Islam I found over the years from 70s onwards is that the writings of predecessors however big issue you were I'll have a famous there were our major brilliant new work and there were many brilliant always if you're going to read read it contextualize the talking in that time, they're not living in Britain.

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We set this for decades but young people sometimes escaped You know, they're taking everything not young people. Young Scholars have done that as well lock stock and barrel take it and apply it as it was now even taymiyah or he's wrote some really you know, harsh things and this and that. Even Tamia Rahim, Allah is talking and this time

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he's talking in these times when Muslim state state is under attack from the the,

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from the Carters

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warfare is going on. And there's a state of warfare between Christendom and Islam as well. So when you're reading those things, and their attitude towards Christians or Jews they're talking about in a warfare situation, when you're talking when you read about things that are sent

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in books and writings in regards to Islam, in the last century, under colonialism, then those scholars are writing because they've been occupied by colonialists.

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So you can't contextualize and give them the excuse, they may still have got it wrong, their interpretation, and often people did, because they're human beings.

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So this is very important to analyze anything that's been said or written or written in the past.

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And therefore opinion of scholars, you see,

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him and others many others have always said that fatawa is based on its time and place.

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time and place, you have to understand society, to be able to apply. Of course you have to understand the deen you have to know that in depth, but to be able to apply it and give people guidance you have to understand the society and time the living perhaps a time doesn't mean centuries have got to go by the time can change the opinion of a scholar in their own lifetime and the most famous for that and actually wasn't just a mom Shafi happened with all scholars as they traveled and went around. Mom shopping is Shafi. A mother is well known from Imam Shafi himself, not the mother Shafi his own Muslim opinion on so many issues changed in his own lifetime as he moved

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from Iraq to Egypt. So they call him Mother padeen, the old mother and Mother of God read the new mother of Imam Shafi himself changing on the same issues his opinions

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and no one have no claim another sect of course, that's the basis that you cannot just uproot

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the course for laypeople. It's not their responsibility, they often don't understand. But Allah any mobs need to teach them to understand. So they don't just take lock, stock and barrel, anything that anybody's saying. Yeah, the important demand idea. And that's the issue with it. Because if you're still teaching, what was taught two or 300 years ago from the old books, and many of the dark alone often are without adding to it. Yeah, adding doesn't mean outside Islam. But you're teaching from a time often in the Indian subcontinent. When you go into fatawa becomes very tricky.

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tricky because they were in their context and time they were thinking those things

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and especially when it comes to relationships between

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Mostly non these kinds of things they have a big effect the impact on the surrounding when you see who they do how it makes such an impact with so piece from the title and focus on you see that it's a great opportunity to share the beauty of this thing.

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The mercy and forgiveness and kindness and love not not diversity is to do the I have to save as we talked about

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the verses of the sword Dr. Lu Hi. So forgive to move on to loom Hazel skipped over kill them whenever you find them.

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Which of course English Defence League and others go around quoting. But sometimes it

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annoys me and amazes me how people are not able to give an answer that kind of thing, because you don't realize

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it's there unless you don't deny don't answer it by saying the Bible contains a lot of horrible things as well. What does that mean? I heard somebody say that all the Bible Kindle a container, that means we have a lot of horrible things as well as the Bible then can answer that

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context, and the davia has so many lessons in it for us

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about the purpose of this thing about the purpose of becoming of a soloist, that's what he was trying to achieve. not convert everybody. No, he was trying to have an atmosphere which was conducive not to prevent him from sharing the word,

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sharing the word.

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So if one has an opportunity to be able to share the Word, the idea isn't take your flags out and put Laila on them and say, we come to take over, you know, Downing Street.

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This is complete

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deviation off, you know, this if they understood that they understood they understood or misunderstood what the Quraysh misunderstood the kuffar. They were thinking or it's coming to take over our isn't it? That's what stopped them under seeing there was wanting to lose episode he's coming to, you know, undercut our political reality, his reality is a lot smarter gives that to whom he pleases. And in the end, when all the Muslim oma look, most of the power and control is in the hands of others, decides to do that.

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Well, I didn't send it to just go and put flags on the placement of power, etc, it gives it to those who are most worried

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to those who are most worthy, and it may not be Muslims, as we can see.

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Yes, those will call create least anarchy. Many Olimar said this, by the way, I'm not the only one saying that.

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Many all of us and this the ones who create from centuries have been saying

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that Allah can give power. So if we get obsessed with power,

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yeah, ruling over people subjugating people, we misunderstood the message of this thing.

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And that's not to say, Islam has nothing to do with politics. That's the other extreme, because everything is politics.

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Everything is politics. What is it? What isn't politics?

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And so that's a that's a silly approach as well, the Islamic thing to do in politics, just sit in the Muslim worship open now. And then no one that then a separation takes place, between people's lives. And about that, when you create that kind of atmosphere as well. And you have the most corrupt people.

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most corrupt people, generally not everybody in the corridors of power, because you said Islam has nothing to do with politics. Well, if you're going to say that that's what's gonna happen.

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We want trustworthy God loving people who are truthful, honest, upright to be in those positions, as well as other positions don't win. Who's the one that

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so in that sense, that's the idea.

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So that's

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really a recap on

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before we stopped for slotless, on who they be,

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and its lessons,

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and you understand from what the professors were willing to give, as, even as people will now say, compromise compromise. I remember in the 80s and 90s, we used to get these kind of people are stuck federal law, a bunch of compromises you come from, and they don't understand black and white and Islam learn two or three of these. Somebody brainwash them. Yes. Do you know about what they hear what the prophet SAW some was compromising. That's how some of the some of Whoa, why are we compromising here? We can look and kick him in. You know, read the story and see, but follow the Prophet, not the ones who are who

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Don't think you're them. They understood in the end

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You don't want to put

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no problem.

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How dare you met bla bla bla bla bla, what was more important? Yeah, it doesn't take away the Buddha doesn't take away the Salah. sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So there are areas Yeah. And then you have to start as Alomar discuss, discuss weighing up the lesser of the two evils? Because you don't always have black and white choices on 100%. Right? 100% wrong. Oh, I can make 100%. Right. You don't get those kind of choices in life. Yeah, but if you can get 10% better.

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Right? Are you gonna take that? Or are you just gonna say, I forget it. I don't want the 10% better. I'll just carry on working. Carry on with your evil. No, you want to reduce evil, don't you?

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So in life, that's the kind of choices that you're given to make decisions on.

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To make decisions on

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roseus, even taymiyah, about the tortoise and the Mongols for a fatwa, they said all these people are because they're now living in the land of the Muslims in the Sham area, etc.

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and Tamia what's your legal opinion on these people? were not supposed to allow that going around drinking hammer. Should we stop them? Because, you know, we have to prohibit the evil. It's our duty, isn't it? Otherwise we're doing sin.

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So see the legal opinion on an on a superficial understanding there, right? Yeah. Manga I mean, c'mon Karen Foley away, you know, this a nice I mentioned to you before, who ever sees an evil when they should change it with their hands. So that's what the reply was given to me. And so we'll be stopping them.

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Who said

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he said rather

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pleased with him. He said, No, leave them to drink.

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They're the enemy. They're when they're drunk. They are less likely to go around killing Muslims than when they're not drunk. If used sober, the moat around killing more she said leave them

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leave them so which was more important safeguarding life, then actually applying the superficial understanding of the code that was on our desktop.

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To try and understand its context.

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We'll stop that.

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salat wa salam O Allah.

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people start coming to Islam, including the likes of prominent people like collignon will lead

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an unbelievably

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honorable us and holiday league where key people I'm going to ask was the one who was he's very shrewd person.

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Also very, very clever. But also connections as well. He was the one sent to majestic to try and bring the believers back from connections or and

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some of us Khalid never lead together. And they will have great generals as well and being keen in the defeats of the believers and often, for example, and also the played major roles in the trench hunted the idea if you remember how it came the head of some cavalry to try and stir trouble. And I still managed to get him to slip

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and arrived in with a beer.

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So but during these coming months, wasn't long.

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We don't have authentic stories as to how you find it in debris and not debris but to suddenly

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rewire to consider writers, which are not authenticated, but give you an idea possible. Some of the stuff that the likes of Holly lidner will leave for example that mentioned that

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the fact that grace with all that might pump we're not able to crush the promises that are in Medina, in Ohio, and then the military might gather together in 400. To these were affecting him alone. He knows because we don't have anything from his mouth which is authentic in saying that it's possible it's a gradual process, possibly and also

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at the farm, so somebody to give him the slip at will they be allow them, but he did embrace Islam and he went to Medina.

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We find that in all the reports if you bring them together, certainly it seems he seems to have met hon us on the way they didn't go out together from Mecca together but on the way to Medina, they seem to come across each other

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and go to Medina together then. And both embrace Islam at the hands of a soloist.

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And the rocks are some takes this opportunity now to do a few things. After Arabia, aside from the Dow that is going on, and people are coming in droves to Islam and also coming to Medina as well, you know, and during this period, after would they be and

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six seventh year around just before hybrid, perhaps a bowrider of the rough man his name was embraced Islam, so very late on. Yeah, and he came from a poor background. So he was from the join the people as harbor sofa is that

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not people on the bench, but people have the shelter, sheltered accommodation. So he joined them. And hence and his averageness for learning is quite clear to this day number of 148 I look when it comes into Islam.

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Perhaps this is

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just before this, perhaps or around this time is also obliged the honorable as the son of honorable us who just embraces Islam. He's still a young man. So he's also

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learning a lot from the prophet SAW Islam as well. And he transmits many,

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very famous.

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Some people have tried to discredit a vulgar IRA, because the report is so Maria de How could it be when he joined so late? Yeah.

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70 of Hydra. And the post is only lived for four years or so. But if your is available so far, you're there day and night, in the most of Nabhi with the others,

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then it's very possible.

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many words, he was one of them.

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that's why he said a blender. For example, He said the only reason why I'm a writer says he quote quotes more than knows more or less, and I do it because he writes them down.

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But he was exceptional in learning, of by heart. And as I mentioned, right at the beginning, when we started discussing, these people have this idea that nothing was written down then for, you know, decades or one and a half centuries until and then these collectors started writing. It's nonsense. I will read them I have learned off by habit, all his students who were other Sahaba have been writing from him. And their manuscripts became available to those who came after them of Tabby in interview, Tammy, they are right there. Well noted.

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For those who are heavy scholars they know. They know who wrote and whose manuscript reporting from the lips of Abu hurayrah as he's narrating it.

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So anyway, that's all sorts of time prophesized

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himself, needed to deal with a couple of situations. Dow was a great opportunity I can carry on.

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But the threat of warfare hadn't finished.

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Grace was the big element if you look at Sonic, who played a part in it,

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and who was behind it all.

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Not completely because Croatia, the enmity the Jews in hyper

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Banerjee have been playing a major role, one of the Jewish Albania victory into

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shock in 100. They played a role that already played a role before that in you know, stoking up the thing for a hunt. Before that, Hunter played a role in trying to stir up the bunny coryza from within to commit treason. Yes, during battle. Yeah. So what are the leaders have been on the raid went from fiber to do that? Well, these things are documented. And they're the ones who had the ortofon who were the allies of fiber,

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the waterfront tribe. They played a major role for 5000 whatever currency came for lots of fun for the Battle of hundreds already. So these people haven't

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disappeared grace, there is a treaty with the water Fund and the Allies a hybrid the the hotbed of conspiracy in hatred from Medina want to destroy Medina and come back and take over Medina is there. Right? So that's going to be dealt with and we'll see what happens in regards to that. But the public is our solemn peaceful times also started now sending his mysteries out. And this time

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at the end of sixth year of hijra, yeah, shortly after who they bi In other words, and beginning of seventh year of his reign, Muharram to publicize them. He's sending out in mysteries, debris reports.

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And even sad in the stomach art.

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Mom is the one who

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wrote her

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volume on Syrah and his history. Daddy.

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Yeah, so he reports and it will start in tabaka. But they tended to put everything in anything. So what could be a lot of his narrations, the famous lying historian or the many reports or even sad and in trouble?

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So there is he gives details

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as to who sent to who it's possible on a historical sense, because it doesn't have any relation to absolute

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legal legal

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editors It is so we can perhaps a historical wise it may well have happened. And certainly it's reported in Sahih Muslim

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from others. He says that the prophet SAW Allah Anna Sydney Malik, Khattab and Nabi sallallahu, Alayhi Salam ala Kulli Jabbar, you had to Oh homie la la. But Allah the prophet SAW some wrote to every tyrant ruler, he made all those rules around

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his work. Okay, you notice when the prophet SAW some rights, he didn't write Oh, you tire ruler. Yeah, Jabbar. Unless he's writing jumper. He says words are saying it certainly. So Kappa Burnaby sellersville. Actually, Jabba yahoomail Allah to invite them to God to invite them to Islam basically,

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was some lemon home and he mentioned some of the names kiss ra or Keiser one and when the joshy makalah Mr. Muslim, Mr. Muslim has fe was another week, that laser beam the joshy Allah vs. llama. So he says, to all these times, at some of the names he mentioned, was kissflow, or costs the cost across

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the Persian Emperor,

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known as cost loss, and

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eisah Caesar,

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the Byzantine emperor of the time heraclius of Africa as as the Arabs called him

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and mentioned majestic, majestic is any king of Ethiopia, they call them the joshy. And there's an only one digestion for Remember we said the new joshy that the prophet SAW some sent the Sahaba to in the fifth year of prophethood was called us from us from Muslim says, This is not the same joshy he's writing to.

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right this is a different one this he's saying this is not the one who embraced Islam.

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And how do we know he embraced Islam?

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Because the prophet SAW so is authenticated in authentic hadith. That process announced in Medina the death of nature she when he died, yeah, Your brother has died. So he gathered the Sahaba together and made some rose and praise Latin janaza doing for to be rot in his Salah

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is well documented. And that's why the majority opinion is an authentic based on this that you can do similar to why the person who's not there, you can do janaza prayer in absence because the body wasn't some tried to say the body was lifted and brought there nothing authentic on that show.

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There's people trying to justify

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anyone adding miracles where there's no miracles no need for it.

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Mr. Muslim says it's not the same. Okay? That depends on when Naja she died. And the funeral prayer was said

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if the funeral had been already done before the sixth seventh year, then Mr. Muslim is right.

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Okay. You follow me? Because if if the funeral prayer had been done later, as other scholars claim and I haven't found the evidence for it yet, I will keep looking. This many say like no pie him and others that it was done in the ninth year after after he dropped this law to janazah of the judge. If that is the case.

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Then Mr. Muslim is not right. As a no call him says he says Mr. Muslims opinion he's mistaken. Cause Naja Naja she was the one who embraced Islam was still alive

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was still alive. Perhaps he embraced Islam now

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when he receives a letter

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from person writing to call them to Islam, perhaps his accepts Islam now and three years later two and a half years he dies as a believer. So there is it there is debate is not absolute discussing our Muslim as an opinion. It is his opinion

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he hasn't got it from the prophet SAW so when he's saying that he ought arrabiata or one of the narrators is singing from themselves.

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I guess isn't saying hi oh by the way. So, this is a report but why would mention Muslim report is because it mentioned some of the inauthentic report from Alice from Sahabi which is mentioning that these letters are going out to these people. So we accept that

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and tolerate mentions who was sent confirmed by Bukhari and Muslim as far as Peiser was concerned heraclius it was they had to kill Dahlia to Kelby,

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the here to Kelby, one of the Sahabi of a sorcerer was sent actually to some to the vasan leader, who were the Arabs who were Christians.

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in Sham in Syria, the vasan fry, but they were under the Lordship of the Eastern Roman Byzantine emperor.

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Yeah. heraclius.

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So that letter sent to him was taken by him or one of his emissaries and messengers from dia to Calvary, to heraclius. The calbee doesn't go himself to iraklis. Gaga

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that will come to the contents of the letters.

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There is nothing authentic or established from a hadith about the contents of the letters to the joshy. To machacas McCall Chris is the ruler of Egypt.

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ruler of Egypt in Alexandria. They were known as Macaca just like the joshy Macaca sky center all

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they're nice neighbor focusing and his name for caucus is like a title of kingship again. The leader and just like kiss rock as well, is not his name

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to the Persian Emperor, so it is mentioned the applied there who's alpha some perhaps or who the father of lambda whose alpha was sent to the kiss rock.

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The contents of the letter comes in week reports nothing authenticated, except the contents of the letter to heraclius comes in Buhari in was.

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So from that we can get an idea of the similarity of the letters. Okay. Some orientalist even claimed to have found some of those letters.

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But whether they are true or not, cannot really be corroborated because we don't have anything to reference them with.

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You understand? Whatever that letter says. And the Oriental says, Well, yeah, it seems it's the letter he sent to Egypt. The prophesized one or this one? He said, We don't really know, because we don't have any Hanif to show what was written in those letters. Okay. So it's a question. Some historians have accepted it and you'll find that sea of nectar. Mubarak Puri, he put includes those letters as though they were perhaps authentic. But it was a question mark.

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Kiss rob the Emperor when he received the letter, what we do know from authentic relief, that he tore it to pieces. He was so enraged, because there's so arrogant

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Persian Emperor, and also mushriks.

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Yeah, the fire worshippers remember, was fixed, of course, we're much more in line with them than with the Christian rulers, the Roman Emperor. So he said, was insulted by the fact that how dead is the slave they show they saw the Arabs and just follow your life farmers.

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Just barefooted herdsmen, that's how they saw them. That's how the Persian Emperor and their costs and how they look down upon these just, you know, camel riders, that's how I saw them. So he's thinking there, this cable writer sent me a letter. I'm putting his name next to mine.

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Yeah. So this was the arrogance. So he tore it up. I wonder what it was Rosa.

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I was informed that what happened to the lecture Professor Some said, Allah tear him up on his kingdom.

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And it wasn't long after that, that actually the son of Israel killed him and killed the father and took over. And it wasn't long after that, actually, a few years or so, the Persian emperor was completely destroyed. Anyway.

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My focus there Alexandria,

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ruler of the ruler of Egypt, in Alexandria, he received the message well, and we find that he sent gifts to the puppets also.

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He said, I heard there was a, I knew there was a profit coming. I thought the profit was going to come in Syria, I didn't realize that it was gonna be in your PayPal. So acknowledge the idea of the profit coming.

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And remember, this is Christendom.

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And this is the closest of criticism because they realize what Prophethood etc isn't. They're expecting a profit. You'll see with this, that the joshy McCall office, Egypt, Ethiopia, and when we come to Iraq list, they're all waiting for profit.

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Yeah, as well the Jews.

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This is Christendom, of course you go to the Persian side. Remember if any prophet

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the heathen says, five worshippers mushriks idol worshipers in that sense.

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So he sent it is mentioned incinerating gifts. One of the things that he sends is

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mentioned Jerry yet

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to some translated, and it can have both translations, slave girls, Java, comedian women as well.

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some scholars argue because the report mentions that of noble lineage their nobility is well known of these geria including one of them is called Marissa a Cookie.

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Cookie means Christine copped

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the Christians of Isaiah even today of Egypt as known as cops,

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so it is truly the body a cookie came from no caucus sent yet with the mystery to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as a gift.

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Now some say so the difference of opinion amongst Allah of Islam, those who says she was a slave girl, and the pub she was gifted to the prophet SAW Islam he didn't marry her.

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Yeah, she was a slave girl.

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Yeah, and when the owner the king sends a slave girl to another king dies marriage by itself. And of course led guilds were allowed at that time, they're not banned with other Muslims. So there's no harm in the province also following that was allowed at that time. And the whole idea of slavery being different with the with Muslims and Islam than it is elsewhere. Other saying no, she was a noble blood means he was sent as

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someone to marry.

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So the publicized married

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Maria uncooked, he

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has a son,

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whose name was Ibrahim,

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whose name was Ibrahim, anything about other sons.

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We have nothing for any children from all the wives that are suitable as last time and that will cover another time I'll cover the topic of who the boxes are married when etc. We are no children from any of them, except his first marriage. And that marriage was all the time monogamous on he was after Khadija.

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They allow

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that she passed away the postal main only otherwise, but all his children from from Fallujah. Yeah. And the indication we have that he certainly had one son called Kasim because one of his corneas his name was awesome.

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Then there's stories about

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somebody called Chi Hara, Billa others etc, three or four but there's nothing authentic. We don't have anything. But we know what we know is none of them survive.

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So Abraham came after many years, for all those wives of the Prophet SAW some no children. But from Mario cooked, he came he brought him

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and but he only lived a few years

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and he died

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and that

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As far

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as what Allah will

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in his wisdom Allah Allah ma discussed this of course so that others wouldn't give him the guru x cetera and carry on and say he was a prophet because his father was a prophet, etc, etc, etc. Allah knew best he was sealing the ending prophet within the lineage of prophethood.

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He did.

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Ibrahim, a diamond when he did die from suicide was very upset.

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very upset, to show his humaneness not that he's going to paradise anyway. just laugh or take it easy. No, he's crying, he was in tears. So, one of the Sahaba I think was a man, even mouth

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couldn't understand this as tears Why are you crying?

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So the process of answering the heart is saddened and the eyes are full of tears.

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But we don't say anything against Allah.

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Because Rama thinks this is what's been forbidden the crime and being said, No, wailing is what was forbidden so that's why boxer Some said even though our hearts a sudden and eyes of shedding tears, you know what you have to cry? Yeah, but we don't see anything you don't wail against God and say next day was all God, why didn't this curse British and curse lira? Blah, blah, blah, blah. We don't see anything.

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that was something about Maria.

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Now, the story of the letter arriving in the code of heraclius or

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Peiser or Caesar, faces word for season is a longer story, a symbol or a Muslim is a long duration.

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So if I can cover it, you want me to finish it today? I think we can

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try and finish in the next 1520 minutes.

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And Mahalia Muslim

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there's a part of the story which is narrated

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from a black man bus deal on Houma. Who got it from our Sophia.

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Sophia rhodiola. And by the way,

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was that right?

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Should I say that?

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We can say hello, and

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we would be on the Potomac. Although the story now is when he's not still believed. But of course, he's passing his story on and blunderbuss gets it from him after he embraces Islam, which is what happened.

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But part of the story of Buhari is not that narration, it comes from another region. And that can be a question mark as to eyewitness and you'll see what I mean by it. Okay. But it's in the hurry and Muslim.

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So what happens part of the story mojari mentioned that iraklis

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one of those who sort of was an astrologer pretending to follow the stars and come to conclusions. Right. And in a dream, he dreamt that his kingdom was overtaken, taken over by a people who were circumcised.

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People who are circumcised so he mentioned it to his core tears when he got the dream because he looked after the day after dream, the story, Mohali says he looked really sad and worried there was a lot to review on the screen.

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They said to him, Well, he said Who are these people who are circumcised we'll shows you the Christians at that time as not practicing circumcision either.

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Yeah. And this practicing of circumcision hasn't

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completely missed out all Christians but certainly seems the Eastern Roman Empire Christians don't seem to be practicing circumcision from this generation. Because we are Christians in America now with the origin Christian practice circumcision.

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But Europe has an issue with the practice of Christians

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So they say well, the only people we know circumcised are Jews.

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And they don't have any power over they've already been because they were subjugated and oppressed Bani Iraqi Yes. Yeah. In Sharma they dispersed all over the place. The only peoples that gave

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them some credibility and recognition and give them their rights to live by their religion as citizens full was Medina

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promised us a look what they did they betrayed him. Those ones at that time doesn't include all the Jews ever to come like we Muslims behave often. Yeah all the Jews are people of the children of karazin and gerund, monkeys and pigs. That's what we saw panela complete disgraceful interpretation of cronica and history to include everybody in the same boat, whereas chronal as far as it leads to Sawa, they are not all the same.

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Anyway, I don't know that. So they set recently the Jews but if you wish, you can give a royal

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you know, Mecca royal law, I will go and kill all of this, the Jews and that we end the way you can rest and sleep easy.

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As it happens, it goes on the very next day within the next day or so, somebody arrives.

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From the sun tribe.

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Where do you have to kelpies letter has gone remember, bringing the message from the Messenger of God Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Let's son even though the Christian the Arabs,

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the Arabs. So even then there'll be Arabs and they'll be Christians who are Christians amongst the Arabs in lasondra. And they'll be mushriks. The Arabs, it seems they didn't know the Roman Empire, the Arabs continued with circumcision. Even though moshtix wasn't introduced by the prophesies, though it was introduced by Ibrahim Ali.

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But the arrows continued that practice. So when he comes, the story carries on

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to bring news of

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Mohammed Salah solo that erotica says go and check him.

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What do you mean go and check him? Because if he circumcised this person coming from, and they do and they find he is Ah, now things are starting to take him question in his mind.

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And that's important why I mentioned that because of what it actually says. When the fully authentic story comes. Now

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what happens? It seems that the letter is received by heraclius.

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From the prophet SAW, so

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then if we go

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and of course, the letter comes in Arabic, written by scribes from the prophet SAW

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himself, scribes written on his behalf, sent in Arabic, and somebody's going to be a translator in the Byzantine code to translate for Iraqis what he's saying.

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So when he receives a letter,

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some say doesn't read the letter until Luciana arrives, there's no evidence for that. It is read at that time as well.

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It could be, but it's more likely that he received a letter and it was read and then he called Bravo, Sophia.

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And the letter the prophet SAW Islam had written

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said began with Bismillah R Rahman Rahim in the Name of God, the Most Merciful, the most compassionate.

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All of us a look in writing to a non Muslim is still begins with in the Name of God, the Most Merciful, the most compassionate.

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And then the prophet SAW Some said, main Mohammed bin Mohammed bin Abdullah, what are solely

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from Mohammed?

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Yeah, not the king of the Arabs or the king of Medina. Yeah. But of the land. Okay, the humility of Rasulullah saw solos, the slave of God and His Messenger

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masuleh. Remember, he was given the choice to be a king, prophet or a messenger or a slave messenger. He chose to be a slave messenger. So he gives that same humility, then to Isla hierarchal, are we more room to who to practice, the leader have been the great leader of Rome.

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So again, it's

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Like his majesty,

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the majesty the kingdom, with respect, you see,

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with respect not

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to Iraqi as the Trinitarian.

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You know, who worships Marian Jesus, not to heraclius, the careful

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not to Irakli as who claims to be this and that, etc. So giving respect and then the prophet SAW some says,

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Salam O Allah, Manitoba, alhuda peace be upon the one who follows the guidance.

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So, some scholars use this as evidence about saying Salaam to Allah.

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I remember I discussed this with you, many moons ago. They are having to do with saying Islam to Christians and Jews and non Muslims. Yeah. And we discussed at a time so I don't want to discuss it now. But some use this as evidence to say, oh, you're allowed to say something I'm not the boss as I'm writing is he's initiating Islam. Yeah.

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So there's some argument about it. So people say what are you saying Islam money? Buddha, whoever follows the guidance is saying Salaam to follow it is not allowed.

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But anyway,

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he's saying Salaam anywhere Salaam Alaikum Salam.

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And then the Messenger of Allah says Allah bad

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about his Arabic way of coming to the point what is the reason you're writing all that was introduction? What is it that you want to say? That's why we say what but after hamdulillah nalanda we say about what do I want to say? This is what I want to say.

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For any at all can be the ayatollah Islam for surely I call you with the calling and mutation to Islam.

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a slim Haslam.

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This is brevity of speech of Arabic. Yeah, with two words the problems as some say so much as slim teslin accept Islam. You accept Islam, Islam, you'll be safe. It means you'll be safe in this world. And in the Hereafter,

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as slim slim two words, and it sounds so beautiful, this is why the promises are so was given as a special virtue he was given brevity of speech. Relative speech and this is Arabic you see a slim tesslar in two words, it says so much. Your tick Allahu Angelica Mara time, if you do accept Islam, not only will be says this world and the Hereafter, but Allah will give you the reward twice over.

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One for believing in Isa Islam, two for believing in Mohammed Salah.

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And you realize Of course that's from the Quran. Allah says in the Quran in regard to the Christians and Jews that they'll be rewarded twice a reward.

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I haven't heard many Muslim use that for Christians actually. So the why would we get a reward? If they're Christians, they're gonna get twice the reward.

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I said, a great offer isn't it?

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That's what it says.

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Believe what they believe and then to believe in this

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idea he said Rob is awesome concerning it to not just say reckless means to all Christians.

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But you're going to get twice the rewards. So Christian do find one later find alayka estimable rec ye. And if you turn away then you will carry the the sin of rec ye

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Allah have debate but the best meaning is for those who are your followers some farmers in

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the Django people but it means all all the followers UK lesson because you've been a block today guidance it means

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that the prophet SAW some quoted directly from the Quran. Yeah, well kita Allah Lila Kelly Matthew Silva, him Diana verbena, Camilla nabooda de la la jolla new shake me. shake me Shay.

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Will a new speaker Ba

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ba ba ba ba ba ba

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ba ba ba ba ba Alibaba mean O'Neal. In Taiwan lo Saku shadow Vietnam, mostly moon written in this

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letter. That's how I ended. Seo people in the book come to that something which is common between us. That's why in our, in the 70s and 80s, this idea for us was really explained to us by our teachers and enlightenment for us how to be doing now to Christians, etc. How to find common ground when you're doing well with people not to find opposing poles you're not going to get started but find as much commonality as possible. Yeah. To me through finding common ground and you're able to discuss the, the difference. So come to a common ground is wisdom way of preaching.

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Which are the human being ability here

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and discuss with them in a way that which is excellent, which is better and best.

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So So why May Allah Allah Allah Allah, that promises of course in regard that we will worship no one but God?

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Yeah, we worship no one but God.

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One honestly can be he Shia and we will not associate any Monday in godhead with him

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saying it in a beautiful manner without any disrespect to Isa Islam or Maria my

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visit is just making a very clear black and white stable enough takim we still relate to them understand.

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What are you talking about? Are Baba Min donella and that, yeah,

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no one will take from others and make them into

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the best translation as lords. Yeah.

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Take others as Lord besides Allah.

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Lords means priests and rabbis raise them to the level and so they're getting older. Yeah, no, that no one will take do that for interval now. And if you turn away, then say

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then say be witness be Muslim on that we have submitted as Muslims. So letter sent.

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he calls

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he says, finding who he is, find me he says to his Cortez citizens, because arms are always traveling, remember? Leave Africa is he laughing? I was safe. So in the

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winters and summers, the traveling and to do trade in Sham,

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the grace.

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So finally someone and this is I was saying so they found me in Gaza.

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in Sham

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with my companions, the trade is within from the kurush mushriks.

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And he was summoned to the court of iraklis.

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Abu soufiane big Lord and everything in Mecca is like a little toddler being brought in in front of the court of iraklis. Yeah. Because for the Arabs, you know, I mean all my goodness a Roman Emperor has beckoned and summoned him. Yeah, he's been taken in with his mates dragged in

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to be presented.

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wreckless asked first through the translator, which one of you if any of you is a Near East in lineage in blink family link ties to this man named Mohammed?

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Abu Sophia said I am. He said to his courtiers bring him forward to in front of me, and make his companions stand just behind him a little at a distance. So when I asked him about this man,

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if he says anything, which is a lie, I want them to say that he is laying

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the setting up a system to see to make sure he gets the truth. That's his way of doing it.

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I was up I was reporting this service. IVR said, you know if anything on that day I want you to do I want you to lie about this man.

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But I felt too shy.

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I felt too shy and to be ashamed to be cold by my companions behind me a liar.

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To have that name stuck to me. For that reason I couldn't do anything but tell the truth.

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This is a mushrik

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mushrik feeling ashamed to be called a liar.

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lesson for many Muslims today nowadays we don't even blink an eyelid and tell a lie he's not a believer, but he doesn't want the shame of these guys behind him because he's not necessarily worried that they're going to say he's a liar is something soufiane always miss I'm gonna say I he's a liar I'm gonna live with him afterwards so Sofia leader of the gray so that unlike to say, but the fact that they would have known double Sofia is thinking that I've lied he couldn't live with that

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it's good isn't it?

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You see, can they be good in non believers because they can that's one of the purposes of I said to you many times do you face in number four is to tell me my mechanical lock lock I have been sent to perfect to complete the to complete the morals and behavior good conduct of people meaning of some there already to make the better even take them to a next level. Anyhow, that's what happens

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I should stop

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finish the story you might be like

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let me think

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independent how you telling me the story in five minutes has been going on for last like 30 minutes. You don't like the way I tell you that?

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with various ways of interpreting that isn't

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I could definitely take it away. You want me to roll it up in five minutes. I can do two hours as well if you want

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and you will see that session where it says life of Prophet Mecca. Medina had his two hours.

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I don't think

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so what do you want to leave?

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It will be lovely inshallah. So, lessons in a good lesson. Yes. You'll see where Atlas was as well. It's very important.