Fiqh us-Seerah – Ep.16

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Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa

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Salatu was Salam ala

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah

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wa Taala.

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Miss Ella who,

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Allah for his Khawaja,

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WA Alayhi. Wa he lay Hill mahcine.

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While a high level of

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knowledge loving,

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praise is due to Allah alone, praise Him, we seek His forgiveness, guidance and mercy.

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We ask Allah for his forgiveness, and we ask him for beneficial knowledge and wide sustenance.

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We depend only on him. Our goal is he Glory be to Him.

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And there is no power Mike except that other law.

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We send peace and praise on his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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ordered us to do.

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Continuing with our talks on cinema. last session, if you remember, we left

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at the point of

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reading the cover most of the time with Israel and Matt Raj.

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And we said that most probably it was around the 10th 11th. Actually, we're probably going to go back in time a little bit because this time now, I don't know like I told you last time, there's so many different opinions on it. Perhaps more soundless opinion, that was between a year 18 months, couple of years within a couple of years before the heated up.

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And haters are you talking about after the 13th year of prophethood, towards the end of that, at the beginning of the 14th year, it was around the time of a drop of the soul last, certainly not the Messenger of Allah was then others will see.

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And so you're talking about around the 11th 12th year of Nebraska

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for the astronomy roster have taken place. So we're going to go a little bit

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before that, still.

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Because around the time after

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his visit of the soul of Lhasa, which we said last time is established from authentic data he did visit car drive, without all the necessary details that we can surmise that he had a very bad time in life from the authentic teeth, because you described it to eyeshadow

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in as a day worse than offered.

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Which shows you that it fits closely with perhaps which comes in reporting in his heart and others with older Law Center gated, but something similar must have happened on

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August Aslam. As he was reaching out to ty if he was also doing more and more of that. in Mecca. He had no fight was the nearest men center of the Mecca.

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So he made great efforts in the seasons of pilgrimage, Hajj season, and to tribal leaders, to tribes and to individuals.

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And this was not only to embrace Islam, but also around this time became more for paving the way for a soldier was awesome to get the protection of those tribes

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cause the protection of bundle Hashem and become we said last time very weak now passing away. He was very senior. Now we have a bus

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who was more assuming that he didn't have the standing likeable Taliban others had from

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the other tribes in their presence would they see it became more powerful. So Ibis was still there is he's done called the US, you know, wasn't amongst those kind of significant figures.

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So the prophet SAW some began looking at other tribes and that as well for protection with a view to moving them with a view to moving then, of course, the prophet SAW some had to move on the guidance. So he was searching until he was shown where he was going to migrate to by Allah subhanaw taala. And so,

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the prophet SAW some authentic return, he was shown that he was going to a place which was fertile and between two larval tracks,

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surrounded by mountains, this was the oasis of Medina, as probably saw some came to realize, as events began, began to unfold. And some reports mentioned initially, he thought it was somewhere else. But it became clear from what was happening in front of him where he was to migrate to, but even though it was shown where it was to migrate to, which became clear to him with the response he was getting from the people of that place. Yes.

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He wasn't still allowed to do the hegira until our login in permission, can just leave.

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probably saw some around, we're talking about around 1011 years, 10 or 11 years of

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the Buddha.

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What's happening, and we look at Medina, as it was not yesterday, but the time in a bit more detail. And the people were sec peoples who were settled there, etc, etc. Perhaps the next lesson or the lesson after today, what I want to mention you what was significant Around this time, probably around the 10th year is is about right, the difference of opinion on Allah was a battle, a war that took place between two of the main Arab tribes that dwelled in Yemen at the time, they were the aos and the husband's. The others were Jewish tribes. And they've been there centuries as well, actually, as we'll see. Next time, they'd be near perhaps even before the Arab tribes came to settle

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that, but these are the Arab tribes, and of course, Arabs, Milosevic,

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similar to the people of Croatian Mecca.

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But what was significant was this event of verza. To us, the Battle of boo us.

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Some scholars said it was five years before hegira. If we take ages right to be the end of the 13th year in the wall, what that would mean, it was the eighth year, while the prophesised was still in the boycott situation, because we're talking about ninth or 10th year without him and for the law, in

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my opinion, that's not likely more likely is the other opinion of scholars who said it was around two or three years, three years. That's it, before he dropped. So we're talking about around the 10th year

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of the bubble around the time that someone's going to buy etc

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10 or even 11th year.

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Why? Because

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we find,

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well, well, that's the best way It fits. But there were a couple of significant people who were also missing the authentic ideal as individuals, which were the seedlings of Islam in Medina, which is interesting.

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One was somebody called suede even saw me,

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so I even saw it.

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So even sommet came on one of these pilgrimages

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to Mecca and publicize them Nice to meet with me.

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And the publicize someone's doing Dawa to him preaching to him. And he said, I have something which is very similar to what you're calling to.

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So publicize that, what do you have

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to say?

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He says sorry for too long man.

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Some scrolls of Look, man.

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I have something to do with the wisdom of Look, man, all of us say a lot man Mason in the Koran, isn't he as the wise one. And the best opinion on that we have no definite opinion that he was a prophet. So this would be on that day. He was guided by Allah Allah mentioned him that he was a servant of God and he was wise that we have nothing authentic to say he was a prophet until we have that we shouldn't say he was a prophet. So that's the best opinion on that.

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And so the prophet SAW some look to why he had poser. Let me have a look. He said. This is this is good.

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These words this message is good, but I have something better than that.

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I have something better than that. And he's a messenger of God and the final messenger

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Posadas recited some Quran to him and

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that the soil was bowled over. And he embraced Islam and believed in the Messenger of Allah believed in Islam and lateline.

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And went back.

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And he died. They say, there is evidence from the people who embraced Islam that he died on in the Battle of life.

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there was evidence from those who report his death that he died saying La ilaha illAllah. So he died a believer.

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No evidence that he stood up amongst his community to do that was spread the word Islam. We have no evidence he didn't. He may have done the seedlings. And another person significant is a young man.

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He came with a delegation, just before a short while before the Battle of bluff actually took place. So you're talking about maybe a few months?

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Yeah. So now you're talking around ninth or 10th year around that time.

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And he came in a delegation of aos,

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hundreds of hours and hours. Because he was such a big tribe, aos wanted the support and help of the Quraysh. So they actually came to get support from the courageous leadership to become that allies in the fight with the customers.

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And partners or something happened to me this delegation. And he said to them, shall I call it? Shall I call you to something better than what you're actually asking for?

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They're asking for bloodshed out man support for bloodshed.

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And the last messenger fellow, some call them to Islam, and to his message. And he was right when he was saying, I'll call you something better because it will bring peace.

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It will bring unity and save them from the law, which they didn't really understand. They didn't get that. But this young man who was on the delegation is known as he is. He is

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in a

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But yes, something some people say is you've heard the name some

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people from Pakistan

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so as is

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this young man was really taken by the message of the Messenger of Allah, but he was only young in the delegates. So he was saying to the others, who are seniors saying, Oh, this is much better than what we will come for why don't we follow him.

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And this is what the leader of the of the delegation apparently took some Justin threw it in his face like meaning of a little kid telling them what to do, and don't listen to him and they went back there. They were not successful in getting the help of the gray side. And they went back and was working off the Batmobile off took place, and he has died in that battle. And it is reported from those afterwards companion saying that he was

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found saying a lot of work have been very lucky. ilaha illa Allah Subhana Allah hamdulillah during the day, he died, we believe he died a Muslim.

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So these were like early seedlings. Now, after the Battle of boo us.

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In the 11th year, more popularly 11th years of prophethood Bob Hassan happened to meet a delegation of six people from Medina.

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This is after that logo.

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And and

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he said four of them were from 102, from Laos

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and the publicize and preach to them and call them to Islam.

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And you have to remember here the difference between and perhaps some of the reasons what Allah argue we don't know for sure.

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Is that for making their hearts more fertile? Is that

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the answer or our son has read that the tribes in Medina they were familiar more with Scripture Prophethood angels Hellfire and paradise resurrection yeah oneness of God

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Why would a moment

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compared to the question I

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already told you earlier?

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Absolutely. The interaction with the Jews, the major tribes all around them. But the Jews, the Jewish community had more control actually, were very powerful. They control the markets, they control the education, the modalities and the schools. These use ascend to the Jewish schools.

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They were the elite.

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Yeah. And there was,

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you know, kept tabs between them as well. And they knew also

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the Jews in Berea used to say, a prophets coming, we're waiting for him. It's the same Messiah, of course, but there's a prophet coming. And when he comes, yeah, we're going to join Alliance allegiance with him and destroy you all.

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So some of them are then say, Well, you know, and there's some reports in the Sierra books, our authenticated.

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This group of six also had a private conversation Hang on. This is the this is a prophet they've been talking about. Why don't we be the first ones to embrace and accept him? Yeah. And then we'll be in a stronger position won't wait. We've already taken the first step.

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Whatever the truth is, they certainly have no background. So they are, it is not sort of obtrusive and unusual for them, that a messenger of God has come. And he's mentioning about one God and paradise and hell and resurrection, and doing good day, etc, and denouncing idol worship, because they're already surrounded by.

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And also, perhaps, Allah mercy, that they've just recently been in bloodshed.

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They were the Arab tribes.

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And then being blooded and many historians write quite correctly, that they came in this interaction with the Messenger of Allah and the first message, and that the blood still hadn't dried out or been washed out from the clothes from the buffalo bar.

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That in itself drives people because everybody wants peace and harmony so they can settle and protect their families. So in a situation, perhaps it drives people to look for a remedy as well of peace. Yeah.

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So in that background, you know, notice here, cause Roger outs have come together even in a small group.

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So there could be seedlings to bring the two together as well and bring peace and this message in the message they could see peace combined, they could see that so that could be another significant factor in the background. Thirdly, it is also true and perhaps significant. In Dawa first to understand as well and human nature with the Battle of Allah slot are arranged.

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Many of the tribal leaders in those people, the seniors, what happened to them,

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they've been killed. Not so

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it is those people who are hungry for power and leadership. And as they get older, stuck in their ways, they are less likely to listen because of their arrogance and power hungriness compared to young people.

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I've always said in dialogue,

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that the perhaps the most fertile ground for Darla if we look even in this country, anywhere is amongst us, no doubt about it, isn't it? fertile ground for that we're not we don't do not want to older people. But the most fertile when people are formulating their ideas

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at a juncture is like the beginning of high school, get them early. Because you also notice for those of you have been involved in Darwin, I have how even use change. If you don't and I always say at the school, when I go to jamaa hookah, when they come in at 11, grab them, then leave them two or three years when they're 14 and 15. You'll have more difficulty.

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And it's true. It's true. Leave them for two till they're 1415 years they've already made that makes and and found their ways and it's very difficult to pull them down. Yeah, and the carry on like that Kobe GCSEs in sixth form, but you got them early in 1112 and the first couple years, and likely you can then work on them and strengthen them. Yeah, some of them still

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Get deviated said the tough years of challenge to Alpine but the really very fertile time is when people leave home and go to university.

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We've always been very weak in our universities, too much clashes with each other too much baggage we bring you know,

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it's the selfie group faking the Deobandi group that Deobandi with his birth, Daddy, I put out a bunch of lunatics, yesterday, all karma.

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And I've said it for years, on camera or otherwise, to them to their faces as well. So we have this kind of lunacy, when that's going on lunacy

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is not going to be to people who are, right, cuz they're searching, and they're left home as well. And I've been there, I know what my friends around what they were, like,

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sponges ready to absorb, if you are reasonable, unable to get the good character, open up people's hearts and minds is a great place to be able to do it.

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And it's to do with you from young age and people looking and searching here. It's also a place where Muslims don't get confused and lose their way as well, isn't it?

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Yeah, cuz that's all. And that's the reality is even as Muslims, this is where you realize that being born a Muslim isn't the idea. You realize that that is? I am a mostly why I'm a Muslim. Yeah. Are you just gonna live in that tribal sense of being a Muslim, which many people do.

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Because of family celebrating?

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place also is to find yourself. That's what my parents taught me things and grand and pregnant, but I found myself in university. No doubt about it.

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So photographer, so while this convention again, with the Marines,

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all this hierarchy and senior had been wiped out with bloodshed. So the people were coming now, there was no clear leadership. And the one who was asleep getting ready to be leader is the one who had the biggest problems.

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He was a senior from the 100. And he was about to be in agreement with the house in the coming near future to be appointed. They're sort of King.

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Now, who is that?

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Abdullah? Isn't it obey giveness? saloon?

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What's he famous for?

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He was king of something else.

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He was a leader was the leader of something. He didn't become the leader, because the problems are some kind of go. Do you think he like that?

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In his case, he did. He was the leader of the monastics

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he was became the leader of the hypocrites.

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You see the one who was about to be because he lost his position,

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partly played a role for he was more senior, not one of the youth, youth and he was going to lose his position. So power, power, arrogance, all these things are things that shaped on us is to beguile people and blind them to the truth.

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I'm not saying people who are powerful never will embrace Islam, no, or people with money will never embrace it. They are they are potential barriers in the way as his age and tradition and tradition becomes more entrenched as you get older doesn't it? All we've always done that here people in in my talks often saying I did a couple of years ago a year and a half ago from the standing up in the mosques. 70 year old who's never heard the her retirement who you just turned up we've always known that

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was I'm not gonna budge because we've always known that known from what did you check whether it was right or whether it was wrong?

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People say also

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that that's the idea very difficult. When you talk to a young person, and they don't have we've always known.

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So that's also significant. It's a significant factor. Alomar said that they were fertile. The people were coming were young,

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young, and therefore, even in the group I've just mentioned earlier, yes, was a young man. The others weren't willing to listen to him but he could see the freshness he could see the truth.

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So anyway, the six people initially came and they

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embraced Islam at the hands on

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and they went back

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They went back to promises and didn't send anybody with them this time. This is the 11th year of nonprofit work. And they began to spread the word of Islam.

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They did it themselves

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because they saw this is the future and the publicize from arranged to meet with them the following year.

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The following you to come back from the 12th year at the pilgrimage again, at Mina at alpha

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the following year in the 12th year of prophethood

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they did indeed come back

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12 campus time

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12 came so it's increased a little bit

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but remember that doesn't mean there were only 12 Muslims in Medina 12 came to Hajj to the pilgrimage Yeah, and to meet the Prophet sighs Yeah, they were like those who made the journey or a tent the one of those who came from the previous six was still back there it's not that he became an optic but not everybody went to pilgrimage as no they're not everybody goes now Yeah, but no doubt the seeds had spread further in Medina now. So the 12 that came was

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that came to

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the prophet SAW slum met him during the Hajj season at Aqaba what came from husbands and two from house to house again.

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treat it now. Now a treaty take a biotic splits they do alliance with the professor mommy's hand.

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Make an agreement to do certain things based on that.

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Based on some Allah say that the one that I mentioned with six people coming was the first Ababa and they call the one I mentioned with the 12, the second Acaba and they call the third one which will be the 13th. year the third Ahava

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and others say no, there were just two two majority said there were two but the likes of Ignacio,

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the great Maliki scholar and muhaddith and ibnu. It may say the nurse, the alum as well, their opinion they believe that

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it's just technical, it doesn't really change anything. People coming together whether did a BA or not. The fact is, they bring embrace Islam but certainly Avaya took place here, a majority call this beta acaba to oola, the first beta of Aqaba, and this is with the machines with the

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Oba to Ignis Sonic, who reports say also inauthentic belief

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transmitted from him and he was an eyewitness to this. He was one of the group. He called this, the Bayer by autonomy said

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the pledge of women.

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I used to think for some years now, what do you call it? Plenty of women, where do you get up from?

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And last time I talked to Sheila, because he also calls a sec, the second pledge at APA, which we haven't talked about yet. He called it via

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the pledge of wall.

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So nissa because the idea was that the women no pledge or obligations placed a woman to go to war, more to go to war. That doesn't mean to say that women were not allowed to fight as you see it.

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Yeah. But the obligation wasn't placed on them as it was on the man. But he took it from because he's reporting later on what took place. Now when he's reporting about that in this assignment, he thinks this bear is like the buyer that came in the Koran, for the women after the treaty with a BIA in Surah. To Tatiana, if you look at sort of China, which is a treaty that women made with the Prophet size of pledges, not really a pledge that a woman made with the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah says in verse 12, in Surah, Al mon tahina

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will be lovely shaitan Yeah, maybe you either

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mean at UVA yet.

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Allah ustick Nabila Shea wala is with na wala Yes. nawala is Nia

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Tina Bebo

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when I met Tina we both terney after Reno banner ad hinjewadi Julie nawala yatse while I have seen a coffee ma who

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was Stubblefield Fiedler whom was Stubblefield level no law in the law hover for or am, Allah here says, Oh Prophet, when believing women come to you to pledge make a pledge with you have what? That they will not associate any thing with Allah in his

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in his divinity they will not associated with human do check with Allah that they will not steal, that they will not commit Zina illicit sex sexually that they will not kill their children that they will not bring forth.

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Column mean

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backbiting and stuff like that behind behind between their hands and feet and they will not disobey you in a thing known to be good. Then accept their allegiance and ask Allah to forgive them. Surely allies have the most forgiving, most compassionate, more most merciful

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and that, that the contents of that pledge of not doing Sure, not stealing, not doing sin are not killing children. Not going around spreading false rubbish between people. That was a place that the prophet SAW some egg with the 12 who came from the outside?

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No mention of fighting.

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Okay, so that's why he called it Obama in summit called a as he's narrating Oh, we took a bite out from the sir, because he's referring to this. Okay, so that's why if you see it and see that book, written down baton Lisa, you know where it's coming from, not because the prophet SAW some COVID that

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the narrator who's comparing it to the pledge taken by women at the end of the Prophet saga.

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So that pledge was taken.

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And now the Messenger of Allah sends windows 12.

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Musab even it will make the

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most of ebony omega one of the early converts and he sent him

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to and told him to go on recite the Quran. teach them about the deen Yes, remind them and make them verse

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make them

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understand the teachings of Islam and of course promises and will choose carefully not offending anyone.

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So it shows you what the level of Mousavi

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and he became known in Medina as the Adi the recycler.

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In those days, the recycler didn't have the same meaning as it does today, by the way,

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because Callie today means somebody to suicides

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that Cory in those days meant they have a deep understanding of what there is. And we have many clients today with us kharis

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No, no, no, never had that mean. So Cory means in those days, one who knows the crown of my heart but one who understands it. When you understand say he understood the deen so probably started telling him not just to go and resign but teach them Islam.

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And the key for that was the Quran Of course, and teachings of Islam, which is what he did. And CMS various stories.

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We don't need to go into detail but his his work over a year or so was so successful, that it is well established that nearly every household of Medina after a year or so of masaba never made nearly every household in Medina.

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So he is groundwork going on.

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Some people believed

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like lunatics have his food diary they used to say in trying to justify revolution and taking over places and sticking their flag wherever they can. They probably saw some just turned up and he turned up all armored up and took over the unit by force, ignoring all this was going on.

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So I said Oh, hang on. Why were they actually waving the palms and seeing the welcoming the property thoughtful and saying come and stay here. You're giving a totally different picture is lunacy gone recently

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60 of you realize that you're talking nonsense.

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It was a coup they call it coup d'etat of Medina.

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You reading the same books, even if even the non authentic sera books are you reading the same ones? Oh wait, you get this from Anyway,

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we'll come to that later on as well. But here to show you that it should be made fertile a place on the net fertile and more wisdom, not just for dead path, which was fertile for Islamic spread everywhere.

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Now, in the following year,

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the 13th year of Nebraska

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hedge, came a delegation, a much bigger delegation of 72 people and 73 sorry 73 men actually, and two women.

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Two women came as well. No say that and a smell, a smell and cyber in the car. They came in this delicate from various

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various reports have come from authentic hadith that are very similar to what ignition Sham transmits from in a sock for Sierra comes together here, very similar,

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corroborates one another.

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And overall, the picture is this time because the 7075 altogether 73 plus two is a big crowd. And remember what's going on in Makkah, at this time, they're trying to kill the prophet SAW

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any opportunity they can get. So they're not going to be very happy that somebody is actually taking them away with them, they had a problem with the other Muslims going to have a senior remember? Yeah, now they want to kill him, they're not going to have somebody in there, he's gonna make a quick Escape Rope with them or some sort of Treaty. They're not gonna allow that to happen. So as a consequence, we find authentic and he mentioned that, that they came, of course, not just as 72 but other Muslims came from Medina, the pilgrimage is going on. True. Now Muslims doing the pilgrimage,

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and the symbolic pilgrimage is going on. So of course the group is much bigger than that amongst amongst these believers. And they keep it secret. The others don't necessarily know. They may know they were believers, and the faith of Islam with a girl going on. They don't know what else is going on when they come back.

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And it is reporting a hadith that they actually were advised by the prophet SAW some to meet him and come and they met at nighttime. So it wasn't open in public, it was a secret meeting, secret meeting because life is under threat to hear.

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And they came in twos and threes in small groups, not all at once to the meeting point at about again

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in minutes, and the met the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And now

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Now, there is also already been some discussion going on amongst them that how is it the we're all here? At the Messenger of Allah we've left left left in there yet on the life and his life under threat.

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Yeah, in the mountains of Mecca being thrown this way. And that way, we can't do that anymore. We need to give our protection to him.

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That's the result of already. So now they come and they say, Allah, we want to take bear with you. We want to make a new pledge.

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The pushing for this pledge. And of course the Messenger of Allah Himself is being guided now that it is time to make the pledge. Are they ready for it for you to start thinking of moving so the pledge this time does involve not doing shirt? Yeah, standing for refugee rights and against wrong amabile motto former nL mooncup.

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But it goes further

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that you will give me protection that you will protect me like you protect your own selves and your families.

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that you will help me with whatever I need help in.

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Mr. Obama, this is the pledge.

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So this is a pledge of war.

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And some of them stand up and say before they take the pledge,

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various from the hundreds and also have come together now. various people stand up just to remind and say, hang on people.

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One says we haven't traveled so far on our camels and all this. We're here

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Something little

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it's a major matter yeah remember what we're doing here and don't be in any doubt what we would have faced some of them saying we realize that we're about now to call war on all the sundry around us

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be clear what's going to happen

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yeah, cuz all of Arabia is going to go war with us. Because Christ leader in the Arabian Peninsula don't play. It's not just Christ because when the very means Christ, they're the leaders. Yeah, this is just people from Medina, saying clearly all un assembly were declaring war with so we were what you're going to do. Yeah, yet those were speaking say, are we ready? A messenger of Allah? Yeah.

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And one stands up and says, jasola This will mean we break up our allegiance in ties with the with the with the Jews, which time independent? Yes, he said Yara sola,

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you know that this way may will mean warfare for us with all the all the Arabs around us. If Allah gives us victory.

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Do we then expect that you will go back to your own people?

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Notice the same remember that they're saying we're going to put all this in this is a messenger of God, this is not any other human being. This is a messenger of God. So this is out of love. They're saying, Do we anticipate you're going and then when peace spreads? And Allah gives you the upper hand? Do we anticipate you're going to go back to Mecca? back to them to people? So probably saw some doesn't give any direct answer this stage. But he says, Nay, but my blood is your blood. Yeah, whoever you fight with, I fight with whoever you make peace with. I make peace with.

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So he's just giving him that assurance, but nothing clear here. Nothing play here, although he knows what it means. But it's not absolutely clear. And you'll see why he raises issues later on.

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But so they have this worry.

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They have this word. Because home is home, isn't it?

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And so there's a lot of bravery. One of the answer stands and say jasola we're ready to get there. We will stand and you see, you're so low, we will protect you. We will give you the protection as we give our families and we are we are

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we are skilled fighters.

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Don't think we're just farmers with skilled fighters. And we inherited that from our forefathers. Meaning we're not pushovers. We're not cowards, we'll take on welcomes

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a lot

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of strangers

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from a different place. In those days, town is a different place. It's it's like a different world. Yeah, you're not talking about towns like now. Put it in context. There are different tribes different nation, they just have nothing to do you know, anything that they look up to the Quraysh remember, but here they are having to stand the ground and face warfare and face being killed, and the publicize and they asked what is there for us in this era. So he said if you do this, then gender is yours.

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Not just one word is so powerful, if you can imagine what that does to them.

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And that's why this faith and this strength

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for Sahaba agenda is so real not like for as we just mentioned, there, you know, disappears straightaway, brain beds in the heart, and nothing can stand in the way

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genda is waking Paradise is yours. And probably I didn't have to make no glowy and start describing for two hours to try and convince them to look at a happy face. He said What's it for us? gender is yours.

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And this is the Messenger of Allah promising them paradise.

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This is a short ticket you're going to go to Paradise.

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So Pamela

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and they say in the report, who was that as well a bus was that

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the uncle of

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a bus is still mostly

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embraced Islam.

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much, much later, but he's mostly but all mushriks not enemies.

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If he was Abu Talib, who died as a mistake, Was he an enemy

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have to fight with him as well, to farm up the kilimo a bus to emotionally supporting he came to support the profit SOS family

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doesn't believe by saying I had the one report he says, I don't recognize any of these. They're all very young. This is a this shows you young people, again,

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he knows some of the seniors because of the trades. He doesn't recognize any of these, who these young people, you know.

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And he says, I hear that you're offering to take my nephew, know that we are the one who Hashem we've given him protection to the best of our ability. Be sure, be sure that if you're going to take him that you keep your word and not cowards, do it and don't portray him.

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No portray him because he's going to do that is better, you leave him with us.

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Better you leave him with us.

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So he's just making sure even though he's much praise and Uncle oversold. So the responses he gets to that kind of

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rhetoric was was what I said earlier on. So the pledge is taken,

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for pledge is taken

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to protect the messenger.

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And this pledge is to protect him. While he's Windham in Medina

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notice that two women have taken the pledge as well. And you'll see that these, suddenly no saver will find out what happened to us. But the saver took that personally, as meaning standing to fight against the enemy. That's why she fought because of his pledge.

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Profits our son didn't say to a hobbit, you go home and do some subpackage or something.

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You come back.

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She's well known for her

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heroism fighter.

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The kind of image we made a woman you know, our religious people is that first image I mentioned, they want to, you know, put them away in a kitchen, not just in a room, kitchen or bedroom locker room and throw the key away, preferably in darkness.

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So nobody can see them.

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But that's not what we have from a life of a sort of artificial illness. So the plant is made, and now they go back and they go back in small groups in the nighttime again. Yeah, and 100, you've mentioned that

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shape on screens out.

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We don't mean who in or whether that's actually it leads to screams. Some say it means at least others. Others say it could mean a * on an informer, as informed the Christ leadership or there's some sort of pledge going on here, between the people from Medina and the Messenger of Allah. So next day, at the encampment in Mena where they still are asleep in the morning, the grace leadership turn and say, was this way hearing?

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Yeah, we have a problem and,

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you know, a war going on with this. We've heard that some of you have made some pledge.

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Yeah, they come to warm them. In the world, you see that the warning is that if that is the case, we have no fight with you. But if that's the case, there'll be war. That's this is this is the beginnings of threat of war. from grace sight on Medina.

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It's very important to remember this. Remember that they tried to kill the Messenger of Allah. So anybody who was going to give him

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give him the protection or roof they're going to be a war with them. And they declared it in no uncertain terms here. Yeah.

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This is what they're saying. So of course, the mushriks in the delegation that came too high, they're not aware of anything. So the Muslims just stay quiet and let them just say no, there is no such thing being done.

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No such thing is warfare. You're talking about messenger by law.

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So here is trickery?

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No, my standard was a Yeah, we did. So what you're gonna do by

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some of them sent a messenger of Allah look, we can take them on, let them come. We'll use our swords and solve problems. As I've said, I haven't been being given permission for imagine it would have been just finished there. And then some guy from the guidance so great danger poses and that

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is not the place and time just leave it. Not even to fight back, just go quietly.

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And as it did,

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and then so this 13th year of

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prophethood is the battle after battle, Sonia battle hardened the pledge of war, warfare. And after and during this and just before this, small groups of believers from Mecca are given permission now most of us to start doing the migration to Medina,

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as some of the stories we have, which we'll look at next time in Sharla, like the story of Selma, Alabama, and the child story of sohaib and roomin, soil armor, etc with some of these companions going and then beyond that, the migration of su muscle Absalom himself we have a backup study Allah who

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will come to you next time as we look at that and look at their situation in Medina before

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any questions or

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and everybody arrived at seven o'clock or do you want to import the seven Can people make it for court? I notice even at seven o'clock

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Of course, some more difficult. Okay, on with seven, it's just it's a shorter period where of the time always for

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that one on your handling.