Fiqh us-Seerah – Ep.06

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The early life of the Prophet

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salat wa salam ala

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your left was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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wa Taala. And Midna.

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nwsl What is gwazi ralina tawakkol y la la see what a hollow La quwata illa Illa de la v.

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Oh Carla Tada. filmmaker Alan Majeed in the LA Malacca who sell Luna Luna be a Latina and Sunday Ali was selling with us Lima Allah masala robotic la Mohammed Ali Mohammed. Command select, Rahim Allah Ali Ibrahim.

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We praise a lot.

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And we praise Him we seek His forgiveness guidance and we ask Allah to accept our deeds or good deeds from us. We ask Allah for wide systems and useful knowledge that is beneficial and understanding which is beneficial to us. We utterly dependent Allah unto him is our goal after sending decent press on his final messenger Muhammad. So as we come to the issue where we left off from last time, on the year of the elephant on the field, we have we mentioned last in the last session what happened in regards to that in regards to the army of abraha, which is without being confirming the year suddenly confirmed the cron and sort of feel as that taking place the instance

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of the army of the elephant. I don't want to go repeating that. This will feel Of course, just before this time,

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a father of the Prophet salallahu Salam Abdullah married Amina

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Amina been

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at the center, which was organized by prophesies from grandpa up to matale. Iran is the it's we know what's confirmed the details. In fancy stories, what happened between Amina Abdullah and other women and Abdullah all these fancy stories based on No, no authentic evidence, as he said by Mohammed Athenian scholars who know about this, all kinds of things I mentioned that you can ignore all the what we know for sure is that the prophesized

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father, was married to Amina and also at the same time to live married her cousin harleigh been while he was the uncle of Amina, the same time, and from that marriage, from marriage of the Posada and grandfather came Hamza. Hamza was born around the same sort of time as a public solo solo, and therefore Hamza was related.

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Related from the prophet SAW some mother's side because her cousin was the murder of Hamza is from his father's side because he's his uncle.

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So double a relationship just for information now,

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as it happens, the story mentions that

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Abdullah, the father of the prophet SAW Selim, after married sometime after marriage, most of fending for that, as we'll see, perhaps is that when Anna is pregnant with the prophet SAW solemn goes for a trip to Medina, some say to the Sham and on the way to Medina, because in Medina are his relatives, relatives because I'm too mortal. It was brought up partly in Medina because I'm doing Muslim his father Abdullah's father, his mother selama, the wife of Hashem

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who is a great grandfather prophet SAW Salaam Salaam I was somebody from the balloon that jar therefore here the prophet SAW her relatives in Medina and this is what we will be relevant when he goes to stay there the first place he stays is with the banana jar which is a relative from from his own family. So in saying that Abdullah went either some trade visit because he was a trader, and actually he died in

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Medina was burdened. But

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this is all meant to be around Amalfi, the year of the elephant question is, which is a European elephant? And there's nothing authentic absolutely in this and therefore difference of opinion. If you look at the CETA books in Arabic and English, you'll find 569 ad in some 570 in some and 571 in others.

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And that is just a difference of opinion because nothing was certain about which was our Millfield.

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So that's one aspect of the birth of the prophet SAW solo. second aspect which therefore causes confusion is that not all the scholars of Islam believe the Prophet service was born in harmel field.

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But when we come to that, we find that

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in fact, majority and certainly in a sock in a sham, the writers of the Sierra and others, they state that

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he was born in the year of the elephant. Others have actually said from historians that he was born 10 years after Allen fields from 1020 years after animal fields from 1040 years after our welfare. So those opinions are all around, because we have nothing which is absolute, to say, that he was born in Amalfi, hence the difference of opinions, but the majority opinion certainly, sides with he was born in arm and feel, and then a difference of opinion which is

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in regards to

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what date he was born on, and day he was born on. The only authentic thing we have from the Prophet sallahu wa sallam

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as is mentioned in southern Muslim

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soil also gossel y sobre la hora de selam and Yomi arafa all followed by solum Yomi arafa you can fit a certain circle Malaviya one we'll start with well most of Bella was soheila and Sonia Shura Mahal solo ly solemn

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you can have your cat for a certain amount here

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was so Allah and so mil Somi Somi humulus name for Carlos alibi solemn Fattah yom will lead to fee he will bow is to fee Oh all oozy la la de una de la la la la la couronne de soboba salaam with the authentic Hadeeth so here we find Bossa asked about the the fast of the day of Alibaba and he says that fast it wipes way since for two years, the past

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year and the coming year that he's asked about the fastest assura the 10th of Muharram and he says that you perfeita Sen. Mallya, it works worse since for the past year. Then he was asked about fasting on the day Monday because it's part of his son, and he said Salas alone. That is a day that was born on and that is a day which confirms and authentically from his own statement. And that is the day on which demolition was first sent down to Armenia became a prophet as well. So so we know it was a Monday,

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which month it was and what day it was here difference of opinion. Majority of the LMR scholars of all fields have gone with rugby,

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as being the month the lunar month, and that then it varies between some said the second of

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a word. Some said the ninth Some said the 10th some set the 12. So that variation for example, 12 hour is

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endless hawks something new, with no chain. That's his opinion.

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The opinion for the 10th is a wocket his opinion

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and others accept different nuns is an opinion, which more recent research. You can say more recent something after a sock and a lock of V. Sock Of course, as we know, died in 151 hijiri and Walker D who was known as a liar, according to all the Mojave theme,

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although he's very famous in pseudo writings, as we've said before, and he

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is around certainly later than

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In this heart a little bit later, his heart in his heart. And most of his narrations are, for Sierra are in urban sad Ababa part, which was in the third century, compiler ation. And so the research from looking at it was made by famous, certainly others have done research into it. But a famous astronomer mathematician was Mahmoud Bhatia, who did research and worked back from the lunar eclipse that took place at the birth of Ibrahim, the son of the Prophet Samson Medina. And it worked out and so he's taking made some assumptions work backwards from that, and he works out at the birth, according to him works out as being the ninth hour, Robbie will our Well, the year 571. So they're

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all sitting around the same certainly seems that it's anywhere between the early part to the middle part of our birthday promises, certainly a Monday, and it's 575 71 is around that time. We find most of them with 571 in that regard.

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Now, which works out according to him as 20th of April,

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in a solar calendar 20th of April 571.

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So the sea in regards to molad, for example, we have this issue,

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and it's fine. It's fine commemorate the Prophet Solomon knock on doors, and I mentioned before that gore tex same as saying it's bizarre, but there are certain things people do which could be counted as better. But to commemorate the proper size of them, and he mentions his day to day of birth Monday, as a day fasted on for example, that's part of for himself is doing that solo solo, but certainly, it's a memorable day for us to think about who came and who was born on that around that particular time if we look at it as even 12 hour or nine hour, any of those in charge. So it's around that sort of time we don't know for sure, absolutely. which data is because it was never

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something was absolutely relevant for ledger generation to come had no legal rulings in regards to it.

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Now, that is regards to the birth of the prophesised. And now, even in regards to whether Abdullah's alive or not when the puppies are born. This difference of opinion on it the most authentic perhaps, although it is not based on authentic belief, but perhaps the most popular and nearest authenticity is a statement from the mom sorry, azhari mom is from the younger Fabien great scholar of Islam. His students were the likes of ma Sakuma Malik,

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etc. Mu seidner Akbar.

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And his statement, which is authentic to him is that the prophet SAW someone's father the law died when his mother was pregnant with him. So in other words, you were born often.

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However, another historian writer from the past l Kelvin, his opinion was that the bozo was either 28 months, nearly two and a half years old, or certainly, seven months, something like that. They're very statements made by other scholars, I'm just making it for completion to show you the difference of opinion exist because these are not absolute best opinion, even as so Haley who did a deeper explanation on Nishan Syrah. Later on he states wrongly I think that majority of the allamah of scholars of Islam are agreed that the prophet SAW Salem as a father died when processing was in a crate in the cradle, but not majority jerky actually believe that he died while Amina was pregnant

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with him. So I would say that's the best opinion in that regard.

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in regards to the birth of the Prophet size,

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I haven't got the poetic narrative to give you poetry but many scholars have wrote in the past about poetically about the arrival of the prophet SAW solemn promise Our solemn arrival

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is he was the doula of Abraham and his hug, and he must alone mentioned in the Quran, because Allah Allah mentioned salam, Al Baqarah what is the earth our Ibrahim will kawaii, dominos

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Between a smile or a banana, when there is the foundation of the house, the Kaaba Ibrahim and his smile and we know where the Kaaba is in that area in Mecca, that they said our Lord to hobble Minda in Dhaka and similarly, accept from us, our Lord Abraham and his father saying, for surely you are the full hearing and all knowing, then what do they say Rob Burnett, as fee him Rasulullah miniboone, yet to allow him to cover you only mukalla when you say ki, O our Lord, rays from them. He's talking about the people around the Kaaba now.

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fame was a messenger from them. Yet to Allah him Africa, who recites to them your signs your verses,

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when you only Muhammad keytab and who teaches them the book when you say key Him and who purifies them in NACA and tell Aziza, Hakeem, indeed, you surely you are the mighty, the Wise. So this door? The answer to that door came centuries later, and that is that has been fulfilled with the birth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And secondly, he was the Bushra the glad tidings that she have been given to Isa Allah Islam.

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The Prophet before him.

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So we go to Alaska says,

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Well, you've all anymore Ah, why is the fall IE Savile Row Maria Molly? Yeah, where is all IE Sabu Maria Maria me sir. Ah, Isla in Eros. Oh, la de la Combe moussaka, Halima danaiah de Amina tow rod.

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beaver so mobis Shirin para su li te Mim body smooth whoa

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this is the door This is the booster giver. And that is Li Swami says that he's a son of mercury says all children of Israel surely I am a messages sent to you in the restroom Lai alaikum confirm confirming confirming what you have already have the guidance with the Torah. Most of the Kalima data your day here with our Torah and to give you black tidings I am the giving of black tidy Machina beta soon our our messenger who will come after me his name is the praise one

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as the promised Aslam said in authentic hadith Anna Mohan Anna Anna Mohammed Ahmed Ahmed is one of his name the prettiest one

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solo so um, so this is awesome. And shibley no money puts a beautiful in order which was translated into English poetry, of how

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the sun and the moon and the years of the seasons that have come and gone or waiting for the final messenger, the hallowed one, the one who is Emmanuel ambia, the amount of the prophets and messengers that is who is arriving Salallahu alaihe salam.

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As I said, I can't put it in poetic terms. But

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now light came with the prophet SAW Salem to, to quench out the darkness that has spread all around that darkness that we described in previous session of what was around in the world in regards to religion and beliefs, and people being misguided.

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So here came the prophet SAW someone to shed light and bring back people to the truth of the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala and where they were heading,

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the rubber sauce

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despite all that poetry and what we have to say, and that's fine to do poetry, there are lots of fabricated things in Sierra about when the prophet SAW his mother is pregnant and when he's born, and even a chambray we saw there is no authentic chain to any of this, that the policies of the Persian Emperor

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its pillars 14 pillars crumbled, and some say tumbled under the fire that they worship the Persian that went out a lake dried up in Christendom somewhere. All these statements have no basis.

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In case people from history then say, well, we don't find any historical evidence. So was this nonsense, but it is actually nonsense is based on no synthetic genome. The only authentic thing we have is in Ackerman, certainly in his Muslim which is a good Hadith and his Hadith which mentioned the public

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Awesome said that when my mother was pregnant, she saw that light emanated from her belly and reached as far as the fortress in Syria in sharp

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in sharp this, that she says I saw in another week, and he's mentioned that I saw in my sleep, which is most likely that she had a vision, where light was emanating from her womb, her belly, to the fortress in Syria. And she mentioned it to the Prophet son when he was a child, obviously, that's how he knows about it is very unlikely that light was emanating, and

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Abu Talib was around and ultimately was around and everybody else from the family was around, right? Like Abu lahab enough bus so when the prophet SAW some came, they must have thought, Oh, yeah, we saw the light from arminas Moon, it must be a prophet, did they? Nobody ever said that.

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I will have never believed I will never believe he told his dying days even though it was an enemy to the promise. So that itself is great evidence that that couldn't have taken place for everybody to see miraculously, and most likely happened in history when she saw this fishing.

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Okay, now, the birth of the Prophet Sasson has in itself invented stories around it as well. Now we find in some works and see the right things and things no authentication, no authentic chain, some mentioned he was he was born and he was resting on his hands when he was born and looking to the heavens.

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You know, miracle miracles taking place one after the other. So most people most of Australia, Well, look, he's a prophet of God. It didn't because it never happened, or he was born. And other things I mentioned his own resume some full details, but some said he was born already circumcised. or other say he was born and Gabriel circumcised.

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So Amina must have seen Gabriel have found out the Gribble, circumcised in other family must have seen or could have just happened suddenly, magically. And then people are saying after bill prophesied never said Gabriel circumcise me, no authentic thing from him to say that and others mentioned that he was born and more likely to fit even though they're not authentic as well, the Abdulmutallab circumcised people you'd expect that if his father wasn't around, that the grandfather would certainly either doing or getting organized, because he was the only the guardian for the prophet SAW Selim, despite his mum being there, and as some say, Amina named a mother of two Muslim

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named Mohammed. And certainly that's what we have. In regards to the birth well publicized. The public saw some after birth

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was given after the first few days I certainly for the first few days to suckle swaybar circled him So way back, was a sled girl And believe it or not Abu lahab so he was still in favor at that time because he hasn't

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professed Prophethood yet, time ago the idol worship so I will add the slave girl breastfed for a short period of time, the prophesied slip and she also breastfed around the same time on just before Hamza

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Nagila on the uncle of the Prophet solo solo, so they were foster brothers from being breastfed together.

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After survivor we have nice long fancy stories in Cedar works.

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When we come to

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the stories of Halima Assad, dia,

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Halima Assad, Leah from the tribe have been buck, even sad, who would a branch of the tribe of housing, who lived outside of Mecca, and work in countryside territories. It is documented from historians of antiquities that many of the elite and the curious of yards would send their children to be raised up in the early years and pick up the language, the real Arabic language of the idea of the countryside, which was the best and most eloquent language the same way the prophet SAW Islam is also sent it seems way more he's confirmed that he did spend some time with Holly Masada. That's what we know. The details of the coming of honey Masaya during years of famine, and she came in a

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scrawny donkey and when she went back with the prophesizing on the donkey became all muscular and very active and energetic and her animals were all dry of milk and she was as well when the prophesies are arrived. Milk started pouring out from all of our offices, but animals and from her as well as miraculous things were happening all around and

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If that was the case, they must have thought at that time this is the prophet of God or something, but they didn't. And because none of those stories really have any basis, but people love to hear them because it's to do with the prophesized ones. And really that is not justice. Just because you hear a fancy story that somebody made as a fancy story. You don't accept it, this is not scholarship. And scholars have pointed out all follow authenticity, that they should be just ignored these kinds of stories unless they have a basis, what has a basis that why he is with Halima as Saudia.

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And it seems around five or six years of age, we don't know absolutely, that. And this is a report which is in Bukhari and Muslim reported from Ennis. It's also reported from another companion abuser.

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This has to do with the opening of the breast of the prophet SAW solemn opening of his chest, and taking out the heart and being washed and washed out wisdoms on water in a golden container with ice in it, etc, and then put back into his chest. And what's removed as Allah says from the heart is a portion which was attributed to Shakedown from

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the promises of not saying this Annecy Satan's promises. I'm not making any comment on this. So there's not really a Hadith of the Prophet SAW Islam. is a story narrated even though it's Bihari Muslim, because it's authentic to others. That's why Hollywood put it in. So others, even though it's a hobby wouldn't be lying, but could it be mistaken? That is possible? Why? Because the story is again mentioned by others in Bukhari, and Muslim in regards to this being done. On another occasion,

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the chest being opened up the prophesies, again, and the heart being eldest being done and portion from shutdown being. So some scholars quite rightly said, well, hang on. He already had that portion from shutdown removed as a child, why does he have to evict them again?

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Did it come back? Again, the portion from shutdown is legitimate question to ask. Yeah. It's a legitimate question to us was so specific, specific about the provinces and that portion of shaytan has come again and asked to be cleaned out from the heart again, we don't find any evidence of the wrong size, ongoing funding or something. Yeah, so the question is legitimate, even though it's an unreasonable hottie Muslim,

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in one of the races, in fact, and as mentioned, and this is where we question the authenticity, because he mentioned is this taking place,

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before even revolution, before revolution, whereas another generation and race and by others, like Aviva, is that that took place just before the prophet SAW some went on his his farm marriage.

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So how do we put them together? All these are inauthentic, it is actually in Bukhari Muslim majority of scholars went down and kept both older these authentic and said, well, it took place twice. Some said even three times. Some said before evolution even it was done two or three times because of analysis reports saying that, but majority the best in the gas, those who put them together and say that would be twice, one when he's when with Halima sadiya. In the tribal area there. When the report says because it is reported later, and honestly reporting it, the two people came to men came that's how the children came back and told Halima and did this. They open up his chest, blah, blah,

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and and did the rest. What What was the story on that I mentioned, and that when they came running, Halima and the people, the family who were looking after him they found him probably saw solemn he just looked pale but he was absolutely fine.

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So that's one okay. The other the Y dimension accept to his before his son Mariner I said before,

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but it leaves that question which I raised, why does it need to be done twice for that reason? Perhaps because address was at the time this is taking place. The focus is on the child, my honest, I just want I just wasn't even born. And it wasn't even around in Makkah in Prophethood and this was a child in Medina when the prophet SAW us around. Yeah, I was like one of the children of the family. He was like, you know, 17 the house. Yeah, harden always serving the prophecy. So it was very young.

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So who did he get the story from? Because he's not an eyewitness to it. And Ibiza. Gauri is the other reporter of this happening in the tribal time of Halima Saudia came to Mecca much later, after prophet with the prophet SAW

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offer them a bizarre outcomes. Maybe in six, seven years. After he drops and accepts Islam doesn't stain that guy goes back to his tribe of ghaffari tribe and joins prophesize someone meets him much later in Medina. So where did he get this story from? is possible that they're going from most likely from other Sahaba. But it's possible they made a mistake as well, because it's a narration of an event which took place even before Prophethood. Yeah, so even though it's before a Muslim, it raises a question that perhaps, perhaps what is most authentic as this Shaka Sunnah of the prophet SAW, so the opening of a chest only took place one and that is before he was taken on the edge that

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would fit best with it.

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Because that happened much later as well. And a lot a lot. Okay, but that's the completeness of this issue. Certainly, it has questions about firming it then the reasons even though they're in Bukhari and Muslim.

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it seems around that time, then, six years of age, so some links to this story, if that happened at that time of the chest being open, a fear for the child's life, because they don't know the two men was there not to know there were angels,

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that he was brought back to his mother Amina then to settle in Mecca for whatever the reason was, maybe that's the end of the term of staying out anyway. And he came, it wasn't meant to stay there forever. So he came now around that case, and was with his mother for some time.

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And shortly after that, his mother went with him. And with

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the slave girl, who had been inherited by his mother from his father called on Amun, and her name was Baraka. Two, she went to two it said to visit the grave of her deceased husband. We don't

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say that we know she went to Medina because she has relatives anyway, from her husband's side. Yeah, so the prophet SAW some has relatives. But on that trip, it seems that on the return journey, she fell ill and, and a mother also died.

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So around six, between six to seven years of age, he loses his mother as well and becomes fully orphaned and is

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an ailment brings him back.

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And now he's taken care of and becomes in the custody of his grandfather, Abdul

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Abdul muttalib.

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Who's quite obviously, since the father died,

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most likely while prophesized Islam was still in his mother's womb. Obviously, he's been a part and parcel of his life already.

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Despite his years away, so anyway, he's fully under the care of the multilin. And only a couple of years later, one of the provinces and around eight years of age, up to Mach two live also dies down. But the care of the prophet SAW Islam after live passes on now to availbale. And will die live who is the brother of the mortality and uncle of the prophet SAW some of them but also to his not sorry, not the brother of

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the grandfather, who was the brother of the Polish awesome father otolith is the brother of Abdullah. So I would call him his uncle

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takes care.

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I will call him

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is a trader and also involved in herding animals and sheep and plant in pastures looking after them as well. And that's what the prophet SAW some himself confirms he used to do.

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Yeah, and the prophet SAW somebody, in fact, says you have Ethan Buhari, used to graze the animals, the sheep and goats of the people of Mecca. And this is when he's in his teens, you can imagine that he used to be responsible for karate, karate,

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Now mahadi his opinion was karate is from karate,

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like money for finances, they used to pay him. Some scholars took the position that karate meant a place where they used to graze and allow them I'd rather go with the highs opinion on that, but certainly that's what he used to do, and that is confirm

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that he was involved in doing that, as many prophets and messengers

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Big and use

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and some some

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historians who are

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for the most special routine

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Western historians who like to be critical, and look at that and say, Oh look, darlin didn't like him. So he treated him badly on bedding gold graze animals, just nonsense problems are saying it himself out of something that was never looked down upon by the court. Is he saying I used to do it? Not because I was punished to do it. And why are you saying I used to do it? Because this is something that everybody was familiar with. And others will have done it as well. All from normal families. Yeah, was not bringing his nobility down. And he wasn't being punished, which is absolute nonsense, of course. Now

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when he's a teenager,

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we now come to something which is requires a better clarification.

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Of course, a majority of the works of Sierra This is mentioned that Abu Talib was a tradesman involved in trade journeys, as well as other greats. And so as young men became older, they also got involved. And it seems from this story,

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and this is a story story of the hero, the hero, not Bagheera the hero, not the era from Jungle Book sounds like similar to Biggie when I look at it, I laugh at myself and chocolate isn't burrito, but he actually he might as well be from Jungle Book because he is just as fantastic and made up character as the hero is, in my opinion. So we're here at the moment, which is a very famous story

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is actually mentioned

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also, in some,

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not only in Sera, books, but in some words like almost Todrick. While Hakeem is mentioned the story there as well, and he claims it is authentic. This story telemovie mentioned this story as well. And he states after mentioning it that this story is Hassan worried, as you mentioned, he says it's okay. varied means when it's hustling according to tirmidhi. His question marks in the chain very means there is no other chain he's got he can find any better than that. So it's left with a question man, okay.

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Despite al Hakim, saying it is authentic. Imam zabi who is a critique of Hadith great scholars, as well, quite rightly says the best opinion this this whole story is fabricated. It is fabricated.

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And he says it from two points of views which I'll come to later. Let's listen to the story. The story goes so our palate goes with the prophet SAW Salem, who's now a teenager perhaps 12 to 14 years of age, we are imprecise on a trade journey towards a sharp

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and that they arrive in a place called Basra. Not Basra in Iraq or Basra in the Schengen area on the journey, and when done is abubaker and Belen

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to remember prophet SAW some is 1314 years of age, America, it is authentic, that he was around to two and a half years younger than the prophet SAW.

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they go on the journey, and

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they come near seems like a monk who's a hermit and he sees them and he invites them in for a meal, which he says he doesn't usually do. And he tells them why he did that, because he saw this young man with them. And what he found that the young man had a cloud over his head in the sunshine wherever he was.

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Not only that, he found that the trees were giving him shade.

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And when he found he asked, and he said is this child an orphan, he already seemed to know he was an orphan and born an orphan. So obviously the Abu Talib and those who are with him found all these strange that but here is asking all these questions and saying he is going to be a prophet for the future.

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How do you know because of all these things I've seen, and also he has a seal in between his shoulders, which is like a small novel Yeah.

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He looked and he confirmed and he's going to be a prophet. protect him from the Romans and protect him from the

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the the Jews

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don't take him any further send him back sabaton and sent him back with Bilal and others. This is the store

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Okay, what is the problem with the story? Amanda be quite rightly says firstly said the chain of narration the best of the chance of narration. You find some DNA which is telling me this chain. That's why is in Jamia tirmidhi. There is that sort of problem with somebody who narrates Mancha, Hadith, which are Hadith which have no basis are are against anything that is authentic. Somebody in that chain is like that. So a chain has a problem. Yeah, it is not acceptable in the chain. And then the story itself, obviously is going to have a problem. How many ways? Firstly says

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the promises some 1314 teenager, what's abubaker doing there? We have no evidence aboubaker was made as a teenager, why would we be on the same journey? Or perhaps that can still happen?

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Even though Robbie raises a question, maybe they were mates when they were teenagers as possible. But what was going on during that? Bill? I wasn't even born,

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blah hadn't even been born

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didn't exist when the rogue assassin teenager comes to exist as much later. So without doing that, what was he doing with aboubaker as well, I will work on only freed him after Prophethood much later and never knew anything about him before.

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So that raises a big question. Second question the story raises is How come?

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I will call it is there. And he's got this and all this information from this Christian mahira? Yeah, it seems his name but Hera or nesto, as he's called in other races afterwards, is an order of monks. mahira may be to do with the area or Audra amongst his real name. There are different things mentioned in the ratios. George's suggests all sorts of them anyway, it doesn't matter.

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I will call it hurdle this.

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And why is it when Prophethood came? I will tell him didn't think Ah, yes, you're the one that behera said that you would be a prophet, he would have accept this straightaway. Because he accepted what he said according to the story, and sent off people packing and taking mohammedanism back to Mecca, because he was worried. So he obviously listened to be here if the story is true, and accepted what he said, right? Why didn't he remember that? Many years later? The hang on this guy mentioned all the miracle things must be wrong, he still did accept him as a prophet till the day you die. Does that make sense? Why didn't he tell that also to all his family? When the prophet SAW

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some announced his prophethood Why did the prophet SAW some ever mentioned the story and said remember, uncle. That trick we did? He confirmed it. Don't you remember that happened? Nothing. Why nothing? Because it was such a thing. Such a big thing.

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All that raises big doubts about the story.

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Not only that.

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Now, if he sent him back horribly.

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Listen, why is it that when he gets a bit older, in his 20s and he's doing trades obviously documented the trades because that's I might Khadija the other one, as we'll see. Because he was doing trades in all direction, including the sham. Why did the uncle say oh, no, no, no, don't go to the Sham area.

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Because remember, when you were a teenager I sent you but then for your safety hotel? I never stopped him then why would you want him to Paris or something?

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Yeah, why did he ignore the instructions which he followed them and then ignore them later? Doesn't make sense again.

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As soon as he saw the story mentioned that he goes in that direction again as he's older and now Miss nesto another monk nestorian Monk, which is another who confirms also similar but that is even less authentic than this story. All these monks telling telling him

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interesting thing is that the orientalist Mr. Chretien they love this story.

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And the Christian Muslim orientalist, of course they love it, because what do they say? Ah, so when he became Prophet and the Quran that he's bringing

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All the basis of his teaching and learning about God and prophecies, angels, is what the hero told him and taught him. He didn't know anything about this before. So the foundation, so after this trip, now he starts questioning idol worship and everything because the Heroes is teacher.

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So now, as quite rightly, the western scholars say, Hmm, interesting. Within a few hours, when he's a teenager of 13, and 14, he's learnt the whole of Christianity and religion that he needs to know from the stories of Moses,

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and Abraham and a smile and Jesus everything okay, in those few hours over a dinner,

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that in itself must be a miracle. Right? Not only that, to he, why did he wait? Now he retains all this from 1213 years of age, until he gets to the date until he gets to the age of 14. So he wakes, basically 25 years plus, and now decides that he's going to, not because he's got revelation. Now he decides he's going to mention about Jesus and about the oneness of God and about musala Islam and about Abraham, etc. Why don't we wait all that time? He raises big questions. Okay, so if the orientalist say that that is the case, we believe the story of the hero, then why don't they accept the whole story and do what we're hearing it?

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Which is what behera said he was a prophet of God. So why are the orientalist not saying them? He's a prophet?

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You can't have it this way. And that way, you say, Oh, look, he's being taught by us. Yeah. All right, then he's a prophet of God. So accept that as well, then we'll accept that no problem. No, they don't want that either. He still become a false prophet. Despite the fact that we're here to store. All of it is actually nonsense, I believe. I think he's a fabricated story. And he doesn't need to prophesize them to be stamped by the hero, or nesto, or anybody else, or the monk order for him to have his prophethood mean being made legitimate. And now Did he ever use that amongst his family? Or his friends, or with our Baccarat? Who said, Remember that trip we had? Never, you would

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think that's what you would use some allies Lymbery, which he never did. He never did. And I didn't accept him as a messenger of God. Even though he supported him and knew he was truthful, he still didn't say, I should lie.

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So this is what I have to say about the Rahim, the monk, the hero,

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then we come

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a few little things.

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And that is, as he's older now, late teens, perhaps or early 20s.

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What could the enablers have mentioned?

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Without any authentic shame? When there's no chain? Everything's question, right? What can he's a liar anyway, whenever he says is a big question mark, in a sock can say he may have heard it somewhere. But we can't say that happened. And that's in the CD writing that the prophet SAW some, according to them witnessed and was there in horrible feature. Horrible feature World Wars took place between the creation other tribes, and they will call horrible feature articles or sacrilegious wars. Why? Because the wars fought in the months of the heroine, the harem and the sacred month which is, which is wrong.

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So prophesied and it became wrong with revelation and the new Batman before as well from the revelation before but certainly with Revelation the prophet SAW some which came later, it was made clear. So the problem is it mentions in a sovereign nation problem solving there, he didn't take part but he was witnessing it he picked some arrows up some of them say some of them say he took part others say No, he didn't take part. Actually, none of it that he even witnessed those wars is authentic. So we can just put it to one side and ignore it. That took place very likely. Okay, fine.

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And at this time, the leader of the Quraysh, who took the leadership was hard evening omiya from the immediate tribe, not the harsh Romulans. Now,

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what is relevant after this occasion,

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and some say it is linked with the help of a job because actually this will just lead to a lot of bloodshed for a few

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years taking place to and fro. Others, some say was linked with that others say perhaps was linked with that. And then others mentioned a story of is a baby an outsider came, and he did some trade with

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us even while

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the Father, the Muslim father of women are us in the last acid in a while, who was it seems from this story that negatively and a miserly person and we have other evidence to show that as well.

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And that he did this guy, this is a big guy, I won't give him his money Africa has moved merchandise from him and that he came to complain to some of the faithful and the Jubail as obeyed from the prophet SAW some family took up the the his plea and met with tribal leaders and apologized and said I was present

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in the house of delight legends of blood ninja Dan was a good person, a good person.

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He died before the prophet SAW some Prophethood but in his house publicized some says which is mentioned in

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Habib inasmuch and also by Buhari mentioning addable more financially savvy, as a good haviv the policy has no shape to helful multibeam

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multibeam ma ma ma t where Allah Allah from Allah hibou anelli homeloan m, or n ne and Kosovo and Gustavo,

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what he said, he said, the focus also says that I witness the pact of multibeam are those who put scent on them.

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Because here's what they did before they. And this reefy refers to a pact, which is also known by historians afterwards as helpful for the pact of chivalry.

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This Pac officers and I was witness to it with my uncles, they were present to those who were just mentioned from his uncle was

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in Nashville.

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And he said I was a young man one hour

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and nothing I Nothing is more loving to me, even if red cameras are offered to me. Yeah, I would not bring such a I will not bring such a pain. And that is remember, he said that when he was a prophet of God saw the light. So I'm in lead times. In other words, he's mentioning that pact, of even though most rates were gathered in that pack, because they weren't believers, but the pact of chivalry who fulfilled all the prophets are mentioned as positively because they involve justice for injustice done to people, that they will stand for the rights of those who are being wronged against the volume. So that was a pact he made and he was part of even before honorable was sallallahu

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alayhi wasallam. So he mentions it therefore with praise.

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So that is helpful for do and all we need to know about that is the publicize from mentions it and some reports that if I had an opportunity to be part of something like that, I would be part of it. So he mentions it in regards to being praised with it because it has anything to do with justice. And in that his lessons for exactly. If people were non Muslims, even gala because he mentions it after his prophethood is positively non Muslim gathered for something to bring Allah justice, we share it which goes with the ground anyway, with our taqwa

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of Allah to Allah, Allah is the one all of you cooperate all of you with all that which is good, and God consciousness, cooperate with whoever.

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Alan bill, bill is good, so utterly is part of that, and don't cooperate in that which is involves sin, and enmity, whether it's Muslims doing the same, or others. And so the Quran principle is that under post as long as following that same principle, now,

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the prophet SAW Selim,

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in regards to his marriage to eight becomes a man in his 20s. Now in regards to his marriage to hadiya, lots of details. Well, not that many, but there are some details about you know, this happened and that happened. He did.

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This report came back and that report came back. Most of it has no basis and we don't have any authenticity. Yeah. What we are more authentic is certainly the promises America visa bin toilet

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Last year on the tribal the asset tribe

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and the prophet SAW Selim

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mentioned about doing trades for other sent those things we don't know about the authenticity of them, but he did trace routes he liked, how he was trustworthy, etc. And he brought lots of profits, etc. And she found untrustworthy and then she she offered and proposed to marry him and he was married off

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difference of opinion amongst scholars. Some said that he was married off by her father. You know, the marriage ceremony took place with a father giving a marriage to him acquainted.

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Others say he'd already died before that. But you know,

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there is nothing absolute in regards to that.

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So difference of opinion on

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promises, Arsalan made Khadija roseline ha and he was she was the only one who momineen Howdy, Jetta Rotella, and how was his only wife

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all her life with him and will be married only the other wives after Khadija Padilla passed away.

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And his love for respect for he used to mention years after that we know about because he's an authentic ahaadeeth. I used to own the moment and I said for instance, how he used to be so jealous of how he even though he just passed away, but how he favorably with love, because you knew were genuine for us to mention and

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and choose to get jealous, and how he used to say about a talent show off because she used to get jealous or memorial in Asia. You don't know. Yeah, about for DJ, he was the one who who comforted me. When revelation first came.

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She was the one who supported me. She was the one who believed in me when others rejected me. She was the first one to believe. And her status in Islam because of that even being a wife, because wife doesn't mean to say that become subservient. They know the weaknesses of their husbands.

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And they're the last people to accept. You can have a husband who can convince everybody out there people that they are the Prophet, the wife when he comes on, she can say I know you. Yeah. But she was the first to accept that he was a prophet of God.

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So he used to mention, so Pharaoh they have so much love, to the extent that he had so much respect carrying on for years after omo Marija passed away. He used to have respect for her friends, he used to send gifts for a friend or treat them if he saw them with respect and party, she can sit with them, and talk with them and chat with them.

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Women, yes, he was he was chatting with them. And that's what used to make, make more money. And I saw time one day who's chatting to.

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And when we tell her how it's sometimes used to make a jealous prophecy awesome.

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So himself mentioning his enduring love and how

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in regards to love, as we'll see in the latter part of the story, three or four years before leaving Mecca, and nine years or so into Prophethood, when he loses when she passes away, that is known as

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the year of sadness for the Prophet sighs. That was the year of sadness for him.

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Because of his partner, his, his

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confidant, his partner and his support actually solo.

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just a couple of points I want to mention one is, it is well

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spread out story and well distributed amongst majority of the Muslim that the professor was in his 20s.

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And we don't know exactly how old he was, they even say was 25 we don't know nothing authentic. And they also say the curriculum has was 40 years of age. Some even Rhodes Scholars built on that and wrote all sorts of things about how Look, this is a miracle. She was 40 years of age and then she had six children when the prophet SAW Islam as though you know, she went beyond beyond the years or when men men Akita were not when it when menopause takes place, and still having say six children also, as though it was some sort of miraculous thing. Where do we find this 40 years of age? Is it in the Quran? No, it's not. Is it in any authentic or the for statement of the prophecy? No, it's

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not. So why do we hold on to it is always biblical, or should I say chronic or sore fainting? Actually, it is not so authentic because

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the first place this age is mentioned, first time

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It is mentioned is by

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a walker, a Walker, who is from the second century, a walker, he is known by the mohabbatein as a liar, so anything as to say, unless you could corporate robber, even if he's in the chain, he mentions it without a chain of entry we have if even if he mentioned that with a chain he still seen as a liar, but he mentioned it without a chain and he says he was 40 years of age. So even sad, right, sit down and stop apart from a walk early. And anybody else who mentions it after that, because nobody else mentioned it before that anybody else who mentioned 40 is a big source is this only source there is no other source that it goes back to except the liar evocati.

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The other only place person who mentioned the age of Khadija rather unhappy when she made the promise awesome is in a sock in a sock also mentions it without a chain. Now if Emily and star mentioned it with a chain going back to the prophet SAW Selim, okay, it will still be a question mark. Unless it can be corroborated because he's known as good and evil, but not strong in the father in a sort. It's a mature with any chain. But he says she was 2828 years of age. And that is mentioned by a hurricane in almost dead rock of a hurricane, which is in the fifth century. He picks it up from within a sock and mentions it there with no chain again. It is not authentic.

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But if I was to choose between the two, yeah, and most likely I would go within a sock. Most likely she was 20 years of age. Certainly less likely she was 40 years of age. Because different age would fit with near the age of the prophet SAW some around the set and then able to have six children. All that sort of the prophesized columns were from Kosovo, and how many except one Ibrahim, who was from Morocco, and that was much later in Medina who also died. The children the prophet SAW stone from Felicia Donna measureless to boys what is most what can be relied upon? Certainly he will know that I will pass him so he had a son called passing and Abdullah. Others mentioned other names or

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question mark, but we know for sure is certainly from the daughters was Xena and rokeya own consume and Fatima

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rhodiola unknown

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a lot of plays with them all. So this is a family of lossless alum after marrying marrying with Felicia

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mini and we will carry on with the story from Africa major for Asia to do with the building the repairing of the collar placing of Blackstone and then on to Nevada inshallah.

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I call it

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Robin law Holly welcome in

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Santa Monica.