Fiqh us-Seerah – Ep.05

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for my your delay fell into the lava Yoshida washougal La ilaha illallah wa la sharika was shadow on the season our molana Wahhabi Bana Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi human feather Yahoo la rutina my bad or your left but we

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all loved Allah Karim

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in the lava Malaika who you saloon Allah Nabi

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam de moda Selena Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed Kamara. So later about a call. I brought him a while early Ibrahima innaka. Hamid Majeed.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah welcome. And we begin always by praising Allah because he's a loan Worthy of all praise. And we remind ourselves that Allah subhanho wa Taala, considering the topic in mind, especially but in all occasions, because there's so much reward and blessing in sending prayers and blessings of Allah on the final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi. Salam was Allah says, surely Allah and His angels send Salah, on

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on the on the profit, and then the beat all you who believes you who believe send prayers and peace on him

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while he was alone.

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Just to recap, last session, what we did primarily was after looking at the situation around the world, we'll look at the situation in Arabia last time, a little bit about what we how we linked the solar system back to Israel, a Salaam and his arrival in the valley of backtrack, which is Mecca, as it was made known in ancient times. And the word back has been used in the Quran as well, clearly to refer to Makkah in elevating what they are in nationality. backcap for the first house, which was made for human beings for worship of Allah is the one that kept the value bucket in Mecca. And we mentioned about the building of the Kaaba Ibrahim alayhis salaam and it's mainly Salaam and,

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and COVID. right he will a slum for the Hajj, which started at that time, from coal to the state continues. And we believe that they continued from that time, although it got corrupted laetrile mentioned things about the tribes of Judah home and how they remain that through the lineage through that came the lineage of Islam alayhis salam as well, and how for 20 centuries over there, but it is mentioned and indicated that the first to bring idol worship from the sharm from Syria was our initial high which I mentioned last time, and he brought who bow the stone god that was placed on top of the Kaaba and idol worship began with him and it continued to expand etc. I mentioned this

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last time but I'm doing a very quick recap. And how a discontinued even to the time of before the coming of Rasulullah saw some of the the religion Ibrahima Islam was corrupted. Yeah, the Arabs that will fall in the religion before the arrival of soulless Arsalan Yes, they still felt and claimed they were following their forefather Ibrahim alayhi salam. That's the astonishing thing. Yeah, they claim that and they were doing the Hajj. Did they believe in Allah? We made it clear Yes, unless one law says.

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While I in CELTA home, man holla Samajwadi will

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lay a pool on the law. If you

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You want to ask some who created the heavens and the earth? They will surely say a law that lived in a law

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as the creator heavens Yes. What what what what in CELTA lays out the home itself the home, man holla whom later Kowloon Allah, if you were to ask them who created them, they will surely say a lot.

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So, they believed in Allah The problem was that they associated and the worship and bow down to stone gods and goddesses who they took and they said, that they are that they are their intercessors before God, they intercede or they said that they are mostly goddesses that they were

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and gods and goddesses who they worship that

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Leia Dora whom Who the hell Shoraka Raka, whom Allah mentions in various parts in the Quran.

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Why do Nila Hema Allah Yato humara young Pharaoh Houma Kowloon, as he

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says, their worship instead of a law

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those that cannot benefit them harm them in any way. You don't rely on foam waiuku saying

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we're pulling out.

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My little Himalayan phobia alone has a BA in the law that these are those who will do shafa they will intercede on our behalf with a law. That's what they were doing. They were worshipping these gods and goddesses. With that in mind, they made that up themselves. When a Rahim Allah Islam came twice we break idol worship, and turn people to worship directly Allah subhanho wa Taala. But despite bringing those who were claiming that they were and that made angels, the daughters of Allah, while they as a nation, and especially some tribes, they hated the idea of having gills dishonorable in a sense for some that some of the tribes not majority of them, even very guilds

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alive. And I mentioned that last time, the ACA lacinato says

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amla whole amla hole, Banat

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walakum wa Kemal by noon, are you saying for him for Allah, his daughters and yet you hate daughters, so for our allies, daughters, and for you, his sons, what kind of, you know this is this is the mentality, part of what they exist is existing. So they're doing that they believe in Allah, but they're doing shirk with almost one out Allah shell, which Allah made very clear is one thing, he will not forgive on the Day of Judgment.

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Believing in Allah has to be a la ilaha illa Allah that's why Laila Camus absolute, because this is the greatest insult to the Creator, to worship stone gods and goddesses for which he gave no permission. The greatest of disrespect to Allah, to be asking for those who cannot benefit and ignoring Allah subhanho wa Taala. So belief was that with the word worshiping Allah worship, who by Allah in everyday life, a Latin alausa these were, what they were worshipping, and calling on and going to prophecies and prophets in inverted commas in these shrines, who would you know, give them a

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suit says, you know, astrologers, and all this kind of superstition was widely spread. Despite the so called belief in

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the Hajj continuous set,

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has continued where it was in a corrupted form, that corrupted the head there was cut off around the Kaaba, and there is even going to arafa it is clear from what was reported the Quraysh. And I mentioned you the tribal the Quraysh. Some say Pharaoh was Christ. And from him came the tribal phrase, let's say to say was kurush, whichever we believe this was the tribe, the noble tribe, the most respected tribe amongst the Arabs on the Arab Peninsula, everybody looked up to the kurush

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as believing tribe, the most noble of them, and they were the guardians of the Kaaba, that's what it was linked with. And God is acaba, as I mentioned to you was also linked with the fact of trade caravans coming and going, and our religious center so you bring the whole of the Arab nation and you are the standard bearers. So they had that nobility and respect, and everybody looked to them to what they did

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to what they did that significant, while as soon as I saw them was trying with the leadership in Mecca and why Allah Tony was raised him. There is

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That particular trying to give every chance for those who looked up to that tribe to come and see all the creation believed in it. So we'll all believe you understand?

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So that's something to keep in mind as to when the of the sort of

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the position of the Qureshi, why a solo last time I saw him, he says, selectively authentic me if he said last night I chose a smile laced man from the lineage of Ibrahim al Islam. And unless I chose the grace from the lineage of Israel, Islam, Allah then chose Balu Hashem from the Quran. And Allah, then I was the chosen one from Manohar. Salalah.

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So in summary, he's given his lineage back to Allah His Salah to Ibrahim alayhis salaam.

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So you see, that they regard is that the Hajj is when it happens, the Quraysh because they felt they were proud and noble. They didn't bother going out to arafa they used to stay in muslin leafa they never went out for the rest of the enterprise length. But then out of that pride and arrogance, no, we're not going out there. That's for the light, that's the Riff Raff.

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So they used to actually just stay in Muslim area and close to me now, never bother going up to alpha. And the other thing of course, as Allah says

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that Walmart Canada salado home angle bait Illa, mocha, Leah, for Luca la Bobby Malcolm from tech guru

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that they're a bather at the house. Which house in those days is the Kava. Remember I said to you when we in the first session, that part of Syrah the first place you look to authenticity is where

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the Quran This is the Quran showing you what we're up to this grounds giving us a picture, isn't it? quoted to you is from the Quran, which are giving us a picture of what they were like, without even going to see that in a heartbeat. Yeah. So we go down that gradation we find the Corolla is telling us that their Salah at the bait, their worship at the house of God, the Kaaba was nothing but mocha

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whistling with us via and flapping the speed of speak other words which are used in Arabic, that's what this law was. So they're going around doing this and whistling

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for local law and this is an Allah to criticize them and mess them up punishment for them for this, that abuse the idea is this was never an idea of some people drew from tried to draw from this area. The wisdom of clapping is Halong which is nothing to do with the idea actually is talking about making the hedge whistling and clapping. You understand the difference? Because it's not the Quranic isn't saying you are not allowed to clap and whistle

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as the people even in their time did weddings and things, not all something, but to make a band that to make the Hajj and Umrah clapping and whistling was a problem. Yeah, so I was that you make into clapping of wisdom. So that's what the problem is in this. So that's what shows you that's what they were actually doing. The other thing

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is alpha alpha schatten. Call.

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Call.

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La Habana.

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Cool.

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La Habana. Wha wha wha la amavi here

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in the La La Maru in the LA LA LA McConville. Felicia Taku una Allah Hema Allah tala mucho la Santa in Surah. Number seven, he says when they do a pasture, what was the fascia Mufasa rose say here Allah is talking about that. They some of them used to wear special clothes. Others used to wear expensive clothes for doing the tawaf on the worship. And others used to do it naked Lee because that's all they are removing all their sins by removing all the clothes. So start naked around the cover. They're doing to off hedge an ombre.

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So what I'm trying to show you the high genome rise happening, but look how it's been corrupted, so to say so as really holy, to go around stockers around the Kaaba doing tawaf and the women naked as well, and the women in the nakedness. Heidi's authentic also mentioned that the woman would use a little piece of slip of cloth or paper just to cover the private part down here. Yeah, try not to show it still although they were stopped naked.

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Last summer to do with top one. It's not a it's not strange is it? Because you see the people who think, who made up religions and ideas, they tend to

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veer to these kind of ideas, you know, nakedness and punishment and lying in the sand and or walking are in rags and dirty and things. And then these are things that people's own minds made up about religion. Islam didn't come like that. But then you see what they say when they're doing that? They say, Oh, this is how we found our forefathers doing and Allah orders students to do it.

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Well, amatola will be here. Look at the line. You see what I said about the same the following Abraham said a lot of ways to do this. He must have that's what we're doing in our forefathers did it.

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So Allah says, say to them, surely Allah does not, does not ordain facture lewdness and rudeness what you're doing, are you saying about Allah? I'm takuna Allah, Allah tala Wanda which you have no knowledge of No, he's making a fables nonsense.

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Yeah, then the last month a couple of years further down I had to says you have any other mahamadou z netta como en de COVID msgid workqueue was trouble well, Otto spray foam in the LA

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Oh, oh Children of Adam. Take your Xena is Libous in this arena normally means beautification, but here it means wear nice clothes and the cool atmosphere in all places of worship so it's referring to those in other words cover up

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it's not worship going around naked cover up and also cover up in nice clothes

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in the last time this I covered all about that and salah and

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that we do come into the embassy than praying anywhere to be nice clothes in the cooling machine What will you wash rubber won't eat and drink will have to slip through and do not never less Do not waste surely a lot does not Allah does not love those who are prone to wasting

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so these and others give an idea of even though how much is going on what kind of corrupted Hydra was going on. They were very superstitious birds this off, approach them flying off if they flew off in the left direction it was a bad omen if it flew off in there if they flew off in the right to the right it was a good omen you know and drawing arrows and lots to decide major decisions on things like that as you saw they weren't strict and this kind of ignorant ways

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for some and I mentioned last time something about the door a handful of people the honey fees or honey fat who still believed in the oneness of God but a handful of mentioned majority of became Christian after traveling to Syria etc like what are called a nofal and others and one or two just remained saying that we believe in one God and were against all this idol worship etc.

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so that there was just traces of that but nothing nothing that had a real presence.

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And the positive side I mentioned last time as well but

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amongst all the negativity and about the approach to women and socially and tribal warfare excetera nevertheless the positive side I mentioned to you that they are not been a conquered nation, they were brave and courageous and hospitable as till this day

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you know, it's well known till this day and it hasn't changed the West is well known that whether individually or as a nation they're not the most generous you come and you get a cup of tea offered or a biscuit if you're lucky.

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You go to the Arab wherever you go No matter how often the whole banquet and frontier whatever they have more than what they have them they'll give hospitality has been known for centuries to this day, isn't it? Yeah. So that was that even pretty Islam actually Islam just encouraged and built on it so they were known for the hospitality and and keeping both

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if the captain off even on yeah wrong or evil by the captain off number one for not breaking it.

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So these are the positive qualities which can be channeled currently.

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Right Why does someone lustleigh so let me see said anathema Adam, magna Fidel was that

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don't feel jack Hillier, Korea, Islam, either.

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fucky who's some of my son he said that human beings are like precious metal.

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They're like golden silver, meaning they have the potential of golden silver. Human beings are all human beings like raw metal, create our own future, Hillier, the best of them in Jabalia when they don't have you, madam face? Are the best of them in Islam. Okay, I don't feel jaha here, Islam. When is that fucky? Who the condition is they understand?

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So if you have those qualities, of courage, of energy of determination, yeah. And we find that don't when we find non Muslims, actually, we find it sadly, more than non Muslims.

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Because we lost our values, many of us. Yeah. And if you now harness them, yeah, give them a man of faith. They have those same qualities, what's going to happen? They understand the dean, they're going to take them take it to a further level that's happened, actually, PR until generally aeronca is now a great lesson for us in that great lesson for us in that.

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So those there were qualities there that could be harm. It's raw material. In other words, you said, don't you? The raw material was there ready to be to be molded, and to be wielded? Yeah, the sword is not the problem. It's whose hand the sin and what it's used for, isn't it?

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what it's used for useful, so the same idea of raw material. Now,

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little bit about

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this is complicated, but I have to mention some of the things because I want to I want you to see

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what are the difficulties with Sierra, anybody, anybody studied Sierra before?

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Hands, once, twice, three times ever.

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The difficulty whenever you study Sierra and studied it, over 30 years, so many books, and I mentioned to you is that his name's anybody who asked because you get confused with the names first time you study, second times become clearer. Third times it becomes more clear four times you become more clear, fifth times you becomes even more clear sixth, you have to keep at it because those names have become familiar, not the first time you've no chance he is all over the place. But some names are mentioned here and that you recognize that the thing is

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in the lineage.

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And

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you're not necessarily going to be able to see and so you're gonna read it because it's in Arabic, and it's my doctors writing, even if it was English, it would look like this actually, you probably can't tell the difference, whether it's English or Arabic, in Arabic,

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but also mention it.

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Down here, we have Hashem. I mean if space will cover it another time, so I want to look at the later part later on. under half shame comes Abdulmutallab who said the name Abdulmutallab most of you have heard that that's the grandfather so my first column and then from Abdulmutallab

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comes Abdullah who is the father of

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two names and then you get to Mohammed Salah okay, but we'll cover that later as we go but what I want you to look at as you go up the chain this part of the chain and we'll mention to say I mentioned last time in the last school crusade was set up some people call them Qureshi others called fear courage and

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be among beyond fail if we go up there we have names like ki Nana boo ki Nana, they will Don't you know the the predecessors of Korea Japan Okinawa, or you hear names like modern mother and then he was at nanny some of the local asylums there just before fail over here back to Atlanta in fact we have authentic hadith in Bukhari which takes this lineage is accurate back to Abner

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well amount of Hadees etc say that after that or before that I should say going going backwards. Before Adnan ran through his smile Islam, we believe is from this Malay style because we authentic from for example, I mentioned to you earlier, but the names in that tree, there is a confusion and discrepancy, which is not doesn't really affect anything. Okay. But I'm just making it clear to you from coming through failure, etc. down to the last lesson that

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tree is established of the familiar tree and Arabs were well known for knowing. Yeah, it's not it might be it

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Strange now, but even to this day, they know their lineage going back many generations, even this day, when in those days is even more popular. Yeah.

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So,

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if we take it from fair unless say Froggy will say fear is great, we see how it's divided. So after fair Volleyed low a cab now from Canada, it's interesting because you have rd from catacombs Abbey, the tribal rd from rd comes bundle rd. And you know the name Ahmad bin hardtop. He's from the tribal but nobody

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from that tribe

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come up also has a son Komura from Morocco came a train borrowed time. Yeah, this is a tribe of the likes of Abu Bakar Nabila Juan and Taha in the Obaidullah noble bucket everybody. And I'm trying to show you how the tribe is branching out where the links are, and this is the tribe This is the tribal police.

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So over keylab,

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Murat also

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here, sorry, rd comes from from Morocco, him trying to attain and also somebody called yacouba. And from Jakarta came a very famous and strong type tribe at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. In fact, they were more wealthy, more wealthy and powerful

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than the tribe of Banu Hashim because this is a tribe not zoom. Not zoom. You have leaders like Waleed in the movie era, Abu Jahan, yeah, known as Abu hakam. Actually, who's ever heard of Abu Jamal, everybody? Oh, it was known as double Hakka max Lee, the father of wisdom. The Muslims named him, Abu Jamal, the father of ignorance just as a written reference against him. So that's his tribe will lead him where I will of jeho

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and and so, there's this family ties still and yet there were differences. So through Caleb then

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from mobile to Caleb, and Caleb had some records obrah and crusade crusade I mentioned last time, he is very distinguished in the history. Okay, Qusay and Hashem they are very distinguished people

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who say I mentioned the last time the one who established real took authority of the whole of the Christ tried all these wider tries to say brought them all together under his

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nobleness and his arrange my set of data najwa at the the Carver center was the meeting place for Shura first deciding on battles and any major issues,

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took control of the batteries in war to control making decisions about war. About the gate on the door of the Kaaba was in his authority about the feeding and watering of pilgrims which was seen as such an honorable thing that's why there's fights over it. Who's gonna take the authority? Yeah, he controlled all that while he was around. But

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on one side you have Zora Bani Zora is from whom Amina

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the wife of Abdullah and the mother of the civil law, so that's true when it's over. Okay, I'm gonna say pay for ABS is for sons of dar, Abdul menace or abdomen have both the yeah pronounced either this will not work out Abdelbaset.

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What we should mention about why we mentioned the buzzer because from the asset try bundle acid

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bundle acid is a tribe of Khadija delana.

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Mini.

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Yeah, and you see how close the link and ties as you come in towards Hashem is

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Bahasa Khadija Wanaka nofal as debate that's debated now one

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company, famous company.

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And we'll come across those names later now.

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who say I mentioned to you last time, if we look now, what happened with crusade that one could say, was dying.

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his oldest son was up to

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this variation in the story majority said that the authority of everything that I mentioned, yeah.

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When a crusade passed on to Abu Dhabi, other said was passed to Abdullah

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If I'm the one who was very clever, and and

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clever, I had much more of a presence about him than

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other cells part of the dark bar. But this stage of the limits, no trouble happen. But when Hashem who is really distinguished Hashem is really distinguished amongst the Christ again, and especially bumbu Hashem now you get back to Hashem, the going not too far back. It's like great grandfather Rasulullah Sasa so there have been new Hashem. Yeah, so Hashem was so distinguished again, out of all these children of alumina, alumina,

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Hashem

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some psycho say set the journeys for the winter to Yemen, the business journeys, big caravans of business and summer to Sham others. Hashem did always say passion further develop them, so they became even more prosperous. Yeah, through hashing, and hashing. hashing was so distinguished now. Notice that all the control of everything and nobility has gone to the bar. When Hashem there, they don't have that control. But harsh he was not happy about that. So he got together his brothers. Yes. And there was a fallout with the with the sons of Abu Dhabi. Our Shem said we want control of this.

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Yeah, the things I mentioned to you control of the data network control of the giving water and food pilgrims and looking after them making the award feed. This is basically the headship. Yeah. So this

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this led to a feud. And it was going to be all out war between the tribes, the sons of God and the sons of abdominal Hashem leading them

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to avoid the war, it was finally decided and they got ready for war and what they used to do in getting ready for war they used to come to the Kaaba, apply mosque deep on themselves rubber under the cover as well. Yeah, before they used to get ready to go out to have bathroom to decided all bloodshed. But instead what happened was they managed to come to a settlement. So it's called healthful multi beam.

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This is the pact of those the scented ones. Yeah. The scented ones were all on one side. And some sera mentioned that Those sons of Abu Dhabi and others who joined to bring their rights will call the Confederates. Yeah. But anyway, what happened was they came to a truce, what was the truth? They're out the door and the sun would keep control.

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Yeah, I haven't mentioned the sun's here

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would keep control of the the the door to the Kaaba, the meeting place, being in charge chairing the meeting, you could say, etc, the standard bearers of war, etc, those decisions, what was given to Hashem was feeding and giving Sokaiya and the father water etc, looking after the pilgrims, and they were able to continue to charge a tax to the grace which everybody put in the pot to be able to do that. So still part of the honorable position. So but no Hashem, therefore production continued with that

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Hashem used to be part of the treasure is going to Syria in the summer on set, and he developed a model set further on one of our journeys. He came across a woman from the tribe of banana jar from Medina, whose name was Solomon.

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He likes Solomon and he married Solomon, Hashem, Salah from Medina,

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Salama from Medina and remained in Medina Yes, remained in Medina.

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Hashem on

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one of his trips, in Sham passed away soon after his marriage.

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So he died in

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he died in Gaza.

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Hashem died in Gaza in Philistine Palestine present day Palestine.

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Yet Salah Maha children from him and one of the most famous children of Solomon who was in Medina now his name was shaybah

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shaver he was called che back he said because he had a white streak shaver means you say shave when somebody gets white hair Of course it doesn't apply to me I lost all mine for those who got white hair or Gray's they call them shame. Yeah so shaver because they say that a lock of hair which and whitening he was born like that even as a young youngster he had this so he was named shaver.

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Now after Hashem passing away, he authority went to his brother called muttalib.

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muttalib. Now Abdulmutallab matale is his brother. Yeah, the son of DOMA. muttalib has that same responsibility Hashem add in Mecca,

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right? But Mutallab also knows that Hashem has a son in Medina.

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So not some years is still a youngster. Nobody knows the exact age but we still talking about eight 910 perhaps that kind of age or maybe. So he travels not too late to Medina, to condense Solomon from the tribal nutjob

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to send to send His Son to take his place in Makkah.

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And remember, this is a noble place because he's even though his mum's in Medina, he belongs to a tribal Corporation. But huashan is the son of Hashem. So mortality is trying to convince them. Yeah, as the historians write that, what kind of noble place he's going to take in authority for the future? Yeah. So anyway, it so happens that he does go with his uncle look, Dilip under his care. And most America where he's looked up and brought up by his uncle

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who shaver

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Yes, very good. Why was he called up?

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Because when he

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puts it back to where

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it was, is

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very good. Because he used to take him around in Mecca not just when he brought him back. Wherever he went, he was on the back of the camel. So he see a young man they know it's not his son. Yeah, they know it's not too late son, the local people so they see him taking him everywhere, whether he said the car but other places in the presume that is his slave. slave, so therefore, Abdulmutallab became his nickname. So he was known by his nickname of Domo to live and when his original name is Shayla

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so Abdulmutallab

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is the son of Hashem who comes from a Medina and now you see this ties in Medina

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of through the grandfather of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Yeah, so therefore the great grandmother of Rasulullah sallallahu was from Medina

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the tribal banana just

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not only that, if he said it is with the historians that

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well how Hashem

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was given this control of the pilgrims etc and looking after them nofal had a fallout as well.

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Yeah

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nofal here as a follow up with Hashem

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or not with Hashem without the Muslim because the obviously the the responsibility moves from Hashem we die to ultimately as he grows older.

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So I'm totally down here

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nofal his uncle has a fallout with him.

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And,

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and take wrest control actually steals could tries to steal control of that responsibility from dimopoulos.

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So automotive actually tries to get support from some other closer tribes but no be willing to step in. So he gets support of the not live from his

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family in Medina.

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And one of his uncle's from his maternal side comes and threatens nofal if that will kill him unless he gives that control of the responsibility to the local IP, which is what happens.

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Now,

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ultimately, is very distinguished for what happens in his lifetime becomes very distinguished what happens and there's a couple of men thing that happens.

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One main thing is the discovering of

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Samson, remember I said to you last time, when Jordan left after 20 centuries of ruling in,

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in, in Mecca, on the throne of acusa they buried Zamzam. So other wells are being used when we say watering the pilgrim is all this time back here with Qusay and Hashem is not from Zamzam.

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I noticed in some cedar books and you must work look out for this, that they mentioned the fact that Jerome have buried zum zum. When they come to say, and Hashem giving water to pilgrim they say that you were mixing it with some some water.

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You can't say that some of them disappeared. So it's a mistake on the part of those who are writing to say that these two are using Zamzam water because Zamzam water is not is hidden away until a Blue Metallic comes, isn't it? If you know the story of the motor club, one of his things to fame and give him great respect to him with dekoration more authority was he discovered some some water again as well of Zamzam, which was hidden away for centuries and centuries. And it is said that he had

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an aha, this as well is

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that he had dreams three or four times to go and take someone. And each dream made it clear to him clearer to him find leads to where to go.

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And when he dumped there, he discovered not only treasure, which was buried, but there's a wealth of

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the grace, the other tribes of grace, were talking about the mortality. Yeah, just don't be here. They try to

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obviously try and take part of the control. Yeah. But no, it wasn't allowed to mclubbe took responsibility. And his honor imposition grew like a king of the tribes. Basically, that was one of the reasons, there was no election of a king. Any of the tribes, this is who had the wealth and who had control of as much of the situation around the Kaaba. That's what gave authority.

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That's what gave authority.

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And

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so

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one of the things was discovered, and what he did was when some Sita mentions, and again, the details, we doesn't really matter what they exactly happened live details are mentioned here, right from the first go in some of these areas, and I'm trying to point them out where especially, there's question marks, the details of this, going back this, this question marks on the detail, it just mentioned the Syrah that he had a son called alhadeff. And then he made a dua to Allah that if he gives him 10 sons 10 songs, that he will sacrifice one of them.

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Yeah, as gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala. And the Hadith, which mentioned that prophesied son said, I am the son of the to the beat the two who were basically almost sacrificed, meaning his smile Islam, and his father Abdullah,

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because when the time come, Allah gave him 10 songs, and the group. And he taken an oath. Remember, I said they don't play their roles. So he was he had to come and fulfill his his oath. So it was drawing lots and arrows with whose name was on the arrow, and he kept on landing on Abdullah. Now see, the right is right, I believe from themselves because there's nothing authentic. Oh, that was his most beloved son. You know, you don't have to mention that nothing, there's no evidence to say was his most beloved son.

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No evidence to say that, but because he's the father of Rasulullah saw some people get carried away, I think, around that, because he wants to be more loving.

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You know, it's not like the arrow would have fallen on, you know, on one of the other sons instead of a bola. Yeah.

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Like I would call him or a will have and, you know, absolutely would have said, Ah, that's all right. I'll sacrifice him no problem at all, like him, not much. Imagine

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what you can really imagine. I didn't fall in any of them. He had a problem. And he actually, in fact, he was getting ready to go and actually sacrificing. And he's a young man.

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But there was a big uproar from of course, the, the family, the, the wife of the mottling, the mother of the law and their tribes and his sisters and others, you know, you can't do this and eventually came that he got the idea that you have to do in order to do it went through some of that Oracle's or priestesses you have to do something in compensation. So the I was given, put a number of camels

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10 at a time keep on increasing it until the arrow falls on the camels. So it got to 100 camels

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as a compensation for avoiding sacrificing which is what took place in the

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Abdullah

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the father of our soul

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and when he became a young man

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was married

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by his father to

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Amina from this tribe when he's over

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again part of noble tribe because it's all in the Quran. Yeah.

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So, it is said that Abdul muttalib agreed to marry his son has a lot to Amina Amina his father was

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what have her died when she was still young. She was brought up by her uncle Jorge.

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Jorge had another daughter that warhead had his own daughter. Yeah, you can say of similar it's called holla.

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up Do not to live married his son to

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Amina, a beloved to Allah and he took Allah a cousin as his own way, different generations, but that's what he did. Okay.

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Why do I mention that? Because from holla

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from holla, around the same time, because they got married, the father and the son got married from the same family around the same time. Yeah. So from Amina was gonna come Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, but somebody interesting came from the mega Abdulmutallab to Allah who

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who's his uncle? And the same time it's his cousin. Hamza el lado en. esta la, a similar age.

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So that that's why I mentioned that. That's the model it is through him comes from that is his uncle, but from his

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his prophesies firms mother's

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cousin. Yeah. Yeah, maternal cousin. Is is where Hamza comes from.

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Okay.

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So that's to do with.

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Yeah, that's one of the distinctive thing about what's the second distinguishing thing.

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abraha although our motto is do not play any part in taking battle. But he's like, you know, in authority and nobility at the Kaaba, etc. Yeah. So it's the courageous position, but with it, but no hashima totally.

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Because of the mortality is given the advice for the courage to leave the car and go to the hills because the army that's coming? We can't deal with it. No destroyers. Allah will look after his house and the army. Why did they come? abraha? Where was he?

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But he's not originally Yemeni. Where is he from?

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He was a Christian. Yes, he was Christianity established the Christian church. Yes, in Yemen, where Yemen before had also gone through Jewish faith as well, when the Jews, so you know, tried to forcefully

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convert the Christians who have been there. Yeah. So then he changed hands, and he came under the authority.

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When Abra was there, it was under 40 of the Eastern Roman Empire, who also now controlling and the senior

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if you appear under the joshy, the negus. negus is a representative of the Eastern Roman Empire, Christian kingdom. They sent their governor to rule over Yemen whose name was abraha. So Abra is

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is from Hamish is ever seen.

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Okay.

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That seems to be a competition

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with this Christian, Governor of Yemen, who build built a big church they say historians to try and get people people of Arabia yet to come to

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Do pilgrim is there to try and remove an A B political and, and

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monetary reasons from what I've said to you before? Yeah, the authority and the Kaaba wasn't just an authority, religious authority. And you see monetary reasons. And pride plays a big role as to why they don't want to shift and become more hidden with Islam.

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And get rid of all the finger 60 idols, they're thinking, money, and position. We'll see later. So you could see that there could be

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political, religious and monetary reasons for Abraham to be building this thing. So he can try and shift the center of all this business and trade and everything that's coming. Yeah. Although that's not mentioned that when you read the Syrah, you look at the story and think it can't be just as simple as that. He builds a big church, a man from Kenya from the Arab tribes. Yeah, doesn't like the idea. He's built a big church, he traveled all the way from Mecca, comes to the church, and deprecates in it as a pulak, basically, and then goes back. And this is supposed to be the reason why Abra ha gets really angered. I mean, how he did how you recognize the pool of kena. Somebody

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from piano? I don't know, you know, and who announced it to him that somebody from that tribe in Mecca came and did this in your alone, you know, but I believe that's not the only reason if that even happened. Okay, nothing authentic to say that rice mentioned as a reason so that enrages him. Yeah. So I think there's much more to it than just somebody coming in toilet but you take an army and gone take on a whole whole people. Anyway. That's what he does.

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He takes an army is called the army of the elephant.

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And the the picture on the news of Army elephant, of course, is true.

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Absolutely true.

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That the army of the elephant came to attack meccanica why

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carozza telling us? Yeah.

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lm tra K, for follow up. buka be as harville feel. Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with the army, the army, the people of the elephant, the army

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and the Sudan cry. And when that Sula was revealed much later on, not when he's coming is to reveal the time of prophethood. Nobody from the mushrikeen, who were not believing in Him, objected and said, Oh, this is all nonsense, old wives tales you're coming out with there was no arm relief, and everybody recognized accepted. What the Quran was saying.

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That this is what happened because it wasn't so far back. You're talking about prophesized some grandfather. Yeah. So that's how we'll feel coming and what happened to them.

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You mentioned some historic nation, there was one elephant. Others mentioned there was seven, nine elephants. There was some elephants it seems army of elephant and the lead, Avraham was on an elephant. I mean, I have never seen elephants before there must have been frightened to death with this army coming.

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But reality of what ensued.

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The news spread fast.

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That look, this army of elephants? Yeah, not just ordinary army of tribal warfare, you know, between a few tribes a bit skirmishes in that army. You're led by abraha, which is under Eastern Roman Empire control coming from Yemen came to attack macabre. Yeah. And they couldn't get near it story and say that every time when they got near, around the outskirts, yeah, every time they tried to shift the elephants it gives the idea there's more than one. Yeah, they stubbornly sat down when they got them and turn them in either direction. They went back along and knows the truth. But the truth is for sure, as the Quran says that Allah sent birds with stones. Yeah. And those stones have

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their market that destroyed the area.

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And some instruments in the abraha went back in June and died later on. But you see, now this is miraculous, isn't it?

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And again, this miraculous birds coming with all this, nobody is objecting to that when they were sued as a way of kind of Hocus Pocus is this, you know, we took them on we destroyed them, or they changed the mind and went home no burski. So people ask me, so what happened as well,

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isn't it?

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And now when that happens, and this army goes back, defeated, without grace, even lifting a finger, you know, imagine what the news is going around the Arabian Peninsula about the nobility of cooperation, the Kaaba and you know, God's protecting the Kaaba and these people.

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Something very something

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you know, really either fishy or something so strange and so powerful going on here. Look, these people are protected by God.

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So that is a amazing foundation because he's picking the eyes and ears of the whole peninsula as to what's happened

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if not beyond, but certainly in the Arabian Peninsula because the coloration is there. And that is the year and that is the year the, the of the birth of muscle.

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So you see, that's a ground preparation going on for the coming of the most noble

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of the most most noble human being that ever lived on the face of the earth.

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No, we will stop there until in suspense for what happens next.

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Okay.

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Questions of course.

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One question did the grandfather of the province of Islam so would they believe in Allah as one?

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Or they still believing in

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idols? Yeah, there's no me there's some people said that. I heard some people say without any evidence, I tried to say, Oh, I'm doing live, you know, where do you want to stop? Was

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mohideen a believer in one God, not wichtig Then what about Hashem? And what about before the matter of can we carry on? No, there is no evidence that there was there was a need for a solar system to combat a Muslim could a priest, monotheism. So we have no evidence for that. Some people like to respect Yeah, try to imply though he said, but we no evidence. So believe we believe

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that they were into idol worship, and their names are not mentioned when I mentioned the honey fees last time. Notice the people like

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Hi, I'm Ron watabe, nofal and up to lightner. Josh, then, as I mentioned,

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as their prime one tool against idol worship, you don't mean you don't hear a Billa father of Rasulullah saw someone amongst those names. Yeah. Or live amongst those that don't know, but during the fact right, so

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there's a conflation between

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the belief in an almighty

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and belief in one God, they believed in Allah, but not one yet, because

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as I explained to you last time, and this time is to shirk. A Hindu said to you, we believe in one God donor.

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And some Muslims are shocked just like the grace Yeah, the god perhaps more than 360 No, not perhaps you've got millions actually say to you, and I remember watching a program some years ago, and suddenly the man got caught out he was on a TV show. And he was stunned when the when the Hindu said actually we believe in one God didn't know what to say.

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Of course we know you blaming on God, the problem is the ship you associate and bow down and worship to stone and wood.

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Almighty they're against they're saying intercede. They've got names, but the idea is the interceding they believe the service or mistakes of grace that these are going to insert intercede for us. Yeah. And from that comes all kinds of other weird ideas. This God created this and did God control of this and this God.

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So we reject all that.

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So there's no evidence that's what was going on and always and it would be encrypted much earlier.

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But from that, do we infer all of them and we'll we'll be in Hellfire we're not in a position to do that. Because we have number one it's possible number two it's not possible for a lot of decide Yeah.

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Some some people

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some people look at the story of the man who came to the silver Lhasa salon and asked about his

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mushrik father and the prophet SAW him he's in Hellfire became really upset probably saw some he and my father yeah

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are in Hellfire

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yeah some then interpreted that and said my father doesn't esteem in Arabic When you say it's not necessary. My immediate father. Father's can mean uncle's great uncle's great grandfather's. All of them actually can include. Yeah, so which one he was referring to? Yeah. Amongst them. We don't know that's authentic that has he? Yeah. So those who in idol worship but no

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Nevertheless, also the Hadith that mentions, the prophet SAW some mentioned that the people who will act excuse on the Day of Judgment, one of the category will excuse me for Allah is the one who says, yeah Allah. I was in a period where there was no profit and no Prophet came to me.

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These been corrupted Ibrahim al Islam Where is each centuries in Sandton Hamas Muslims coming? So they're in the period? And Allah says lahmacun Ahmad, Divina, Hata nebras Rasulullah. We do not need to punish a nation until we send them a messenger. In other words until they receive the message. So we leave it for a lot did they receive the message of Nintendo or in that period of a vacuum period where misguidance was everywhere. And it was difficult to actually find the guidance of toffee wasn't it? You can imagine what I've described in the last time and this time we're going to find and why Rasulullah saw some comes as the brightest of lights in pitch darkness this week. That was

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a man suit he wrote a famous book

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in which he uses fabricated,

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fabricated, not even wait about how the alma mater raised Amina and Abdullah back to life again. And they embraced Islam at the hand of Rasulullah saw so it's very famous, it goes around many Muslim circles, that there is nothing authentic in that story. What is authentic? The prophet SAW Some said that he asked. Yeah, I he asked Allah permission to ask forgiveness for his parents and to visit the graves. He was given permission to visit the grave, but not to ask for forgiveness.

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That is authentic.

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Although he was fulfilling all

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we met clear, so that's why he asked.

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And, anyway, so

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that's what we need. Any more questions? keep mentioning on the topic.

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Yep. About

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how do they stop the water running? Where did he go? Because if he's still running so many Armenians are always buried.

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When it was buried, I mean, how to stop it. It's so well in the end, so you very well, but it's underground, isn't it? Well, water is underground. If you can stop it. If you get a chance to see the whole of the it's a water that actually flows, impervious rock, and it flows underneath and there's a huge lake and underneath underground rivers going on with wells isn't it is a huge delay from which the

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outcome is flowing. That's why ground still

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where it was geological surveys, and they could now

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you can see them, Google Maps.

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Any other questions today?

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We've covered in the last few.

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Getting a bit less technical and more story now.

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Last few sessions, people wondering what was going on?

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Sorry times coming in.

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Okay, any system? any questions at all?

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Okay. I suggest what we do in Intel beyond next week as well. But if you have questions outside the topic, I'd like you to write them down, please and bring them and give them to me and then I can because one needs to contemplate on questions, especially tricky questions. I don't like just dancing off the cuff. So I can take them away and answer the following week. So if you have questions outside of the topic that we're covering, then

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you can do that. But if you're right

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in the

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middle and maybe you're looking at

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Lima Mohammed Mohammed

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Ali Baba Elena in the

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game alone. 941-245-4519 Rahim Allah Moroccan mean was so lovely to be you know, Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ijeoma in Mathematica.

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