Fiqh us-Seerah – Ep.17

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Salatu was Salam ala

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alihi wa was sappy Who am I in my back for your left what

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is some law and your field another one? You can say Tina

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mess Allahu battlement nerfed what is kowalska family unit? What was elated? Merci. Merci. What a hell of a La quwata illa bill, alim. Allah Allah in the lahoma ukata who use a Luna Allen be here. Latina sallallahu alayhi wa salam o Taslima Allahumma salli wa barakaatuh Muhammad

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Ali Mohammed kamasan later about a Li ba Rahim Allah Ali Ibrahim in Dhaka. Hamid Majeed.

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Praise be to Allah. We praise and seek His forgiveness, guidance and his mercy.

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We ask Allah for his forgiveness.

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We ask Allah for guidance to keep us on the straight path. Sharon's mercy upon us.

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We ask Allah for useful knowledge, which is beneficial for us and what that means useful understanding,

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beneficial for us were in this world and the hereafter

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beneficial for us in this world. So we make use of it, after understanding it and benefits in the hereafter because we made use of it in good way, in the way of a lot of good causes. And we asked a lot for wide sustenance and that sustenance, as a meaning for Discworld as well as the hereafter.

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And there is no better place than here after the vote. Here after agenda, which is best and everlasting.

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To Allah we depend and to him without go. Must Mark law says, surely the angels

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surely Allah and the angels send

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your cell lunarlon debate send prayers on the Prophet

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or you who believe send prayers thought and salam. On

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February he was sending notice.

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So we sent me some prayers on Final messenger Mohamed Salah was about when we are talking.

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In the last lesson, if you remember, we're on the verge of the preparation. We're on the edge of our story really on the verge of Penny drop. If you remember we talked about baotou de Atilla october two oola and battle haka.

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And these are the pledges taken

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by the unserved at the hand of Rasulullah sallallahu. The last one, they are still aka battle, after they fell Fanny at the second pledge, aka the season that was with 73 men and a couple of women. Sabir Esma,

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from Medina on the other side. Remember, if you remember I mentioned and this was done in secretly with the believers and the party return. And this bear is called battle hub as well, because really, they had declared war not on the Arab, they declared war on themselves from the IRA. It's very interesting that

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it's called battle. How have you seen the conversation I mentioned to you last time, that they are saying that all the arms are going to be going to war with us, because we're offering protection to the Messenger of Allah. I remember I mentioned to you last time when the mean all the Arabs, I mean, the courageous the grace of the leaders of the Arabian Peninsula.

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So they'll be able to muster up loads of others around them because they've seen his leaders because they hadn't had the Kava.

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Because of that, so they say not that we're going out to war with them, but was being declared on ourselves. Are we ready to take this responsibility? That's when we give you got a sort of love. Yeah, that's why that pledge that we will protect you, like we protect our families and ourselves

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from harm coming to you.

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Yeah, with our own lives with our own lives, and they know what that means. And that's why the speeches mentioned about your loved one saying we are.

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We are experts skillful in in warfare, don't think that we're just farmers. We inherited that from our forefathers. Yeah. Yeah, we'll be ready for that. So they understand what's what it means. Yeah. So it is their be recipients of of war. So that's why it's called battle hug, the pledge of warfare.

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warfare, because they're going to be the recipients of that and challenge that's going to face them, they realize that because already, there's an atmosphere of trying to kill the pseudo lasala. And I mentioned that in the last couple of lessons as well

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became more more pertinent and more sharp and more likely with the passing away as I mentioned to you.

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Before

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the protection is growing weak, but Allah smart Allah has also lost. Hello.

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Now with this pledge, what happens?

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Also, I mentioned to you last time, that Rasulullah saw someone already been given indications in regards to that he was going to migrate when Allah given permission to and the believers are going to have to migrate. The prophet SAW Islam, for example, he said, in Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim, Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he to filmin on a new Haji Mecca Illa.

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Behind Alfa Hubba wha Holly Illa and Anna, Helga mama Oh hacia

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el Medina. Medina to yesterday

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said I was shown in a dream, dreams of the messengers, truthful dreams they're like why revolution, there aren't going to migrate from Mecca to a place with dead palms. Yeah. And I thought that would be either Alia yamamah a place or her job. However, in fact reality it was the city of yesterday

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and Medina to yesterday, which is the name of El Medina. Before the Sol La Sol Sol migrated and the Muslims migrated it became later known as El Medina the city of Medina tuna be the city of the messenger where its original name is just slip. We haven't really got any clear indications where the name come from but it was historically there for centuries before that.

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And the prophet SAW some in another Hadith say in neoreef udara his Raja comb da in a burrito dhara hatred it comes at null Bane Allah La betaine surely I have been shown the place the abode of your migration is talking in the plural to the believers as well. It is that which has dead palms and two level tracks, which are describing Medina.

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And so this is what the prophesies have been already shown but he's got not got permission to go yet. After the treaty, the second treaty of Aqaba.

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Many believers start with the believers, the Muslim the Sahaba will give him permission to leave prophesized and then go himself is not like the first one running off, and everybody's left behind. Yeah, to fend for themselves. And then he's calling them from a distance and saying, Come on, now you can come as well, leaving them all in danger. He's the last one to go solo LaValle.

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So others all depart basically,

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in small groups.

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Because again, some monies to go easier. Others find it difficult. Others were hindered. Others were stopped from going. Yeah, so the grace, they want to oppress them. They want to punish them, torture them, but they also want to make it difficult for them to even escape that torture and hardship.

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This is the evil of the courage not to leave them they're going no, make it difficult and horrible for them, confiscate the wealth, confiscate their lands and their houses the leftover confiscated taken, and others their wealth was taken off them. Others were tricked into, into being captured and kept captive. So all this is what was meted out to the Sahaba as they were going

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and in that we have the famous

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instance of these are some of the instance instances are authenticated through a heartbeat. A famous or the M selama. Has self.

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On selama rhodiola omote minion will became one of the wives of the Prophet SAW Salem after the death of a hospital

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on Salama says reports herself, that Abu Salah man, his family, we were the first one of the first to migrate. And some reports mentioned that even they migrated before the prep perhaps even the second pledge of Africa has already gone

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early because

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Osama Abu Salah, one of the ones who migrated to other senior remember the migration at that time? We were talking about around the sixth year of prophethood. Yeah, and they'd come back after some years but found the persecution terrible stuff. So because of these treaties are was beginning to take place with the answer. They were given permission by the prophet SAW similar indication. So I was on an on some assembly one of the firstly. So sama got his family myself and he's sung together and put us on the back of cameras and our goods and belonging we're about to go. So as we're about to go the family

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of course, too far side of the family home selama turn up and stop the camera from going where are you going?

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If you want to go, you know hopping off ego but you're not taking our daughter

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This is our family flight in laws.

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Yeah, this is the this is the last hearing

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that we should go missing in laws in a positive light. But this story is not in a positive light because it's coming from a different angle, angle of disbelievers who want to be harsh, but you see good in it as well. You'll see. So the in laws from southerners who are disbelievers majority kind of person, you know, taking her you can stay here, of course the baby stays with a month of salah and you have to realize that Hazra was not only persecution reason, but it became an obligation. It was fun to migrate.

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This cedra was a fun for those who are able to

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obligatory, obligatory and various if Kane and the Hydra that was obligatory to Medina.

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Mecca to Medina, it only became

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defunct or canceled or abrogated at Fatoumata at the victory over Mecca. When that happened, you can understand why the Hydra was a node. Why? Because we're going from Mecca to Medina and Mecca has already become Muslim after the fact. So the Hydra de Hydra This is cold, because of course we have a general hatred right. So the general his route from going from a place of persecution for any believers to a place that gives them more security to follow their religion and been that continuous told yarmulke

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Some people think he has been canceled means any hitter has been canceled nonsense.

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And the meaning of Hydra in language is a wider meaning. And the progress I'm using Hades almohad, Egypt, the migrant is the one who migrates from evil to good in deeds. So we all do hate drama we make a choice from going from bad leaving back to migrate to good is a huge regret we all do. So but the hatred in a travel sense has been taken from that root mean.

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So nowadays, we look at the word hatred, and it's not the kind of black and white understanding that the past

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centuries or Muslim world had for them. He dropped from was from the land of Cofer to the land of Islam. When big things become impossible to a practicing your religion, so you go to Dar Al Islam, suppose that the dar dar of peace, what are we seeing the last century more migration for so called from so called Islam to so called Donald Glover or as they called it Darwin had been those days as we see even today. So is that kind of his route allow someone I will say I stopped for Allah Muslims leaving Muslim lands to go to go for lands in Western Europe. This is around

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and speak debate around this because either you see in a historical sense, but the world's changed. The world has changed. You need to wake up to the reality. Yeah, because the world for centuries gone by, was for world over. You were a war unless you had a treat.

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See, that's how the world was. So it was Darul Islam, or Darren Cofer automatically was dharohar.

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The London coffin was London wall, automatically, unless it made treaties, which was done as well. So it changed them from dark to dark

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land of I had a contract of Treaty. So all those things come into it. So hazera you know, perhaps, I know of so many Muslims who left Muslim countries because they could practice the deen of Islam and practiced it better by coming here.

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I know many Muslims,

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perhaps some of you may know, or your generation doesn't know. But certainly that has been true over decades gone by, from 50s 60s and 70s, and 80s. Many Muslims were not allowed. And they were persecuted in Muslim countries, whether it was Egypt, Syria, Iraq, I can carry on with the list.

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So they came to these lands, like the land lobby senior

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people forgot that story and said, Oh, stuff a lot they're going to go for lunch is sorrow.

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So it's not as simple as black and white as some people see it. So he's right. He's there. But it's primarily for finding security. Not primarily, although it's allowed, not primarily for wealth, and status. Without Dean. But can you migrate for the reasons of economy?

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My father did.

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I don't say I make two offers forgiveness, because he did. He didn't do anything wrong. Now the villa, of course, of course, you can migrate as long as Dean becomes a prime thing. Not that you migrate purely for wealth and status. And it's impossible to practice your deen there. So you lost your deen and you went for material? No, that's when it becomes wrong. But the fact that you're able to practice your deen and follow its principles, and then you migrate for

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work reasons, that's fine. from city to city is fine, as well as from country to country, isn't it? People move from town to town, as well, doesn't have to be the borders of a country. So it's allowed in that sort of sense that you're migrating and therefore,

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even if we look at the Hadith,

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which is the most famous of these and most of these books and fake books open with it to do with intention. When the prophet SAW Selim said in the mail app man obey me yet. Surely every deed is judged by its intention.

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To win the war in the medical literature in Manoa, Furman canon he Jukka who Illallah Juana suli

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Sorry, my man kind of hinted to who leetonia

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you see who how when grass when rotting yucky whoo ha, fajita who Isla de la

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but every day is just by sentence. So whoever intends

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yeah Miss intention to do a hedron on migration for Allah His Messenger. Then there hijra is for Allah His Messenger means for the reason of being

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Yeah, but what is described in the rest of it is not necessarily negative.

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Majority see it as negative. So whoever whoever does migration for reasons of donia which can be for work etc, or to marry someone to people not migrate? Well people be migrating from Pakistan as men get us to come and get married for decades.

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Is that wrong? Because then in the service

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Yeah, we should have put a stop to a long time ago and said oh look in this IDC saying you're migrating for marriage and stuff for Allah not for Allah is messenger. messenger said you should get married.

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So the intention means that if you went from it is fine you went for marriage, but don't try and falsely claim you did it purely following the messenger Allah messenger means you stroll for the reason of jihad, you were forced to go. Yeah. Either to protect because a protect your deen or to fight for the game because you were forced to move.

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So it is to do with that.

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Not that the intention to get married or make some which is legitimate or to do well with your business is a bad thing. It is not because if that can be for the sake of Allah because Allah told you also to provide for your family. Allah didn't stop you in regards to that. But it is important and an obligation that we have

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To get married as well, to the right person and the good person.

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So

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that's something just in the background in regards to hate euro itself. So he dropped

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here,

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as I said, really became obligatory coming back to the story of Solomon, Abu Salim. So what happens Abu Salah knows it's an obligation, he's already been persecuted. He was asked to go. His Look, this is his loving family. This is sacrifices. Now. He didn't say, Oh, well, you know, I can't have to stay here. No, he goes from Sonoma State, Oussama left of closes. It doesn't go away with no feelings. He's a husband and a father. Imagine how difficult that will have been. Nobody writes that story. But you have to think about it further. It's not like he said, Oh, on and off, you go operate ongoing.

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Human beings don't behave like that. Unless they're callous, and have no mercy in them. But we don't we don't accept that for so how do we who were molded by rationality that mean? The Most Merciful, that the merciful, and the one who was sent to the mercy to creation remotely by him some a lot while he was alive. So you can imagine the torment. And Osama described the torment as well, which is when he went, then a short one after that, the family of Abu Salah now turned up to where she was staying with her with her family. And they said, Ah, so you stopped your daughter from going with our son. So the other side in laws now turn around and say, right, we're going to take our grandson

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back, we're going to take our grandson, because you've prevented them from going with our son, the azabu sama is gone. We're going to take Salama. Now, dare you do that? So they take the child.

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So for a year, she says, she used to cry and come to a place and they are in Mecca every day. She said, weeping and crying.

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Because they were all separated. Abu Salah was in Medina, the child is with the in laws, and she's on her own.

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Oh pray from the child. And this is how it was for a year.

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So that was it. She described it as the most terrible

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terrible time and she said then somebody from the families

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Yeah, saw this and took pity not to say Muslims were talking about still disbelievers human beings still. Yeah. And went to, to convince, convince both sides. Yeah. To further wants to give her some back that side for this size. say why you stopping this family, you know, you can see what torment they're going through, let them be together. So they relax their

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grab and

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relax their control over home cinema and the child on silent child come back together. And now she goes and sets out on her own

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with the child.

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And that's not easy in a day and the journey you're talking about. Yeah, extremely dangerous. robbers and all kinds of things and wilderness, you know, what she does, she sets out and she gets to a place called the name of the the where much of the terrain is the mustard that's called mustard of Ayesha outside Mecca. And then somebody called Othman, I think, even called her.

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Yeah, money that alpha

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is a mistake.

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Not a believer.

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He sees her traveling with a child alone. So where are you going? I'm going to my husband were in Medina. Nobody else to assist you or helping, you know, I'm alone except Allah. So he decides to take us all the way there

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all the way that

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shows you that can be good in people. And it also shows you can you trust non Muslim?

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She did. As he used to say in the Hadith says it clearly that those are the most difficult times. And she came across on this journey. One of the best Arab men that she'd ever met, the most noble of Arab men she'd ever met was postman

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who helped her all the way to took her to open

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Just on the outskirts of Medina found out that Salah was there. And he said, Your husband's here left her with the family. And then he came.

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And this is authentically.

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So this was the tribulation of, of this one fan. We haven't got stories of all the families. But this gives you an indication of what happened to others as well.

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What happened to others and then so high.

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So high by Rumi

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when he tried to leave some of them Atkins who knew him, they stopped him this they said, because he came as a migrant from outside he wasn't originally Qureshi. And he did his business there. So hey by Rumi, but was a believer. And as he wants to migrate here as well to His goodness belonging in the UK, like a pauper and a beggar to our town. Yeah, now you made all the benefit and profit from us and you want to take it with you. No chance. You're not taking it.

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So he said, Okay. So they confiscate it as well.

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And when the prophet SAW some heard about it, the publicized homestead surely sohaib has made a profit Surely, savers made a profit

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wasn't lost for its profit.

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Glory be to Him. So it's amazing story. This is basically authentically about so Eva Rumi as well.

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And, and others like Bilal and Debbie warhorse and America Yes, sir. Remember his parents have been killed as well. There are all these people, little by little small groups and these individuals have all left now.

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The wallet

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ombudsman has released his own story, he left with two other people.

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One was called a sham in a

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class

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and he tried to leave with him as somebody called Yes.

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Yes.

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And this a sham got tricked and capture straightaway

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at the beginning of the journey, and was detained.

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So armour been caught up and E book believers they managed to reach Koba. They were in Medina.

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After a short while of being there, he asked his relatives, one of them being Abu Jamal and his other brother both tended

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to see a dash or was that they said Do you realize since you've left and they were his brothers, and related to him, Do you realize since you've left our mother has refused to comb her hair and refuses to go in the shed she's gonna stay in the sunshine

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so the making him feel bad that since he left is your mother and a mother, you know, you're gonna come back. So he's emotionally affected? Almost said. I said to him. They're trying to trick you.

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Yes, don't listen to them. If your mother wants to comb her hair. If you get a scalp disease or lice, she'll soon comb her hair. And if she gets very hot in the sun, I guarantee she will take shade.

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Once you don't need to worry, this is a trick. I just tried to get you don't fall for it as he said no, no, no. How can you say that my mother was going to happen bla bla bla bla you know the mother.

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Yeah, so he decides to go so he gave him a oma gives him a camel and said stick to the back of the camera. You know if there's any trickery in that, hold on. It will bring you back

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on the way back

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not till they get to Mecca was just on the way I will Joel says to me, my camera is not doing too well. Can I ride with you on the back of your camera. So as he gets down the trick him somehow and I need to get on the camel. They're both grabbing timeout, then load them on the camel tide. And they take him like that to my car to show all the others. This is what happens to these kinds of people. And he's kept captured there like that. We don't know for how long he was captured when he was released. So this is trickery now emotional blackmail going, Oh,

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he Sham the other one who was detained before. He's sort of kept there for some time. Because a lot of the hottub says the later on when the prophesizing had arrived in Medina and then the area

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in Surah 39.

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Yeah, let's 50

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Three alswamitra revealed desire, desire in Medina

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in La Jolla. Nova Jamia in.

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Raw honey Honey Boo Illa Ravi Kumar Asli moolah.

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moolah.

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mela Sato. When this I was visa was revealed which says, say, say to them all my sevens of slaves who have committed excess or wronged themselves, do not despair in Allah's mercy. Do not despair la takato Mirage Mattila surely Allah forgives all sins he is most forgiving most merciful turn to your Lord and surrender yourself to Him before the punishment overtakes you for them you will receive no help

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so over wrote this is because he's like Bushra from the who's done wrong this whole don't don't think that there's no Oh, it seems that he Shan had stayed. Yeah, it thought well, I'm doing wrong it seems like that he's guilty. So his guilt kept him in Mecca.

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Because he didn't do the migration that shows you also indirectly that he realized it was obligation but he was still there.

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So sometimes it seems not sometime often happen especially with believers shutdown because men to think

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you so much wrong.

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Your use How can you stand before a long pressing

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your dirty filthy person, you're never going to be forgiven? And then it keeps them away from being tober

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keeps them away. This is one other tricks of how

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to keep the sinner sending a feeling so low. Yeah, this is a deception.

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making them feel so low. This is losing hope in a lot which is weakness appeal.

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It's like gopher weakness of command means having hope in Allah have mercy because a lot

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of Mattila never give up on the mercy of Allah.

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In the law, you

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know by Jamia surely Allah forgives all sins.

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That means how many ever There's always hope for you. So Omar wrote this incentive to he Sham Sham Sara received this by a lie I couldn't understand what it was saying. So I pray to Allah Allah open my heart and let me understand where it's saying here

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and he said I understood and immediately I got my belongings and got my camera

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and

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then

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some of them

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some of them were delayed

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for various reasons.

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And the idea of

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of Hydra being obligatory as well in the Quran indicates that Allah says For example in surah and desert

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in Ella Gina was

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eager to volley me for see him all goofy Mac. Tune on goofy makan tune on

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top dafina fill out on lm tackle alguma he was he

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movie rahula he can boom Jehan Nam was

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at Mercy raw Hill Elmo Spock graphene Amina regionally one Nisa evil will danila isapi una de la

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stuffy una de la

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una casa de la

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la la la la la sala Salam ala

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Allah

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Allah is saying

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While taking the souls of those who are engaged in Rolling themselves in sin,

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the angels while taking the souls of such people will say,

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in what circumstances were you their reply, we weren't too weak and helpless in the land.

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We were surrounded by wrongdoing etc. In other words, we were absorbed and affected by assimilated in it. And we were too weak to resist against it. All they will say the angels will say, was not the earth of Allah wide enough for you to emigrate or migrate away, or get out of that situation. We can't use that just as an excuse.

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For such persons or refugees, hell and evil, evil

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destination indeed, except men, women and children who were indeed too feeble to be able to seek the means to escape and did not know where to go.

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For them, maybe Allah shall pardon them. For Allah is all pardoning most forgiving.

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And he who emigrates in the way of Allah will find in the earth enough room for refuge and plentiful resources. And he who goes forth from his house as a migrant in the way of Allah and His Messenger, and whom death overtakes, his reward becomes incumbent on Allah surely Allah is all forgiving, all compassionate. He's talking about Patreon migration. And in fact, so you notice here men women and children, young children, maybe their macula young children may or may be because if the obligation of hitrust come then like all other obligations in Sharia, then only for those who are age of understanding,

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well day, does that mean for a five to six year old, they're gonna get punished because you didn't do the Hazra.

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But because the five and the children are, therefore they are dependent on their parents. So their weaknesses, their independence, they can just get off and go off themselves yet, so that will be an excuse for them. They're not responsible, or perhaps their age of understanding, maybe 1314 1516. But still the dependent not have the ability still to be able to travel and make that kind of journey, which may be possible even this day, never mind in those days, if you can imagine what it's like, yeah. Women are at the mercy of their husbands. Everybody is not like Elena.

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And even she got help

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putting yourself into great danger.

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So those are reasons and that's what I've learned our bus,

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a bus who migrated who migrated with his mum

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almost fuddle many

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well after his

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so

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almost fuddle

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is the wife our best. Remember I said to your boss, your uncle Rasulullah had not embraced Islam yet. He embraces Islam at facto just before for to Mecca.

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Right so they're under his jurisdiction, but they do travel a few years later on will fuddle and before for to Mecca

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to do the Hydra, big up on a bus and we were from Mr. Dauphine. We will from those who were given an excuse our circumstances made us feeble, we were too feeble to be able to take a journey

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away from the booster caffeine from the feeble who the obligation therefore, lifted off, and they weren't held responsible in that regard.

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So I'm talking about the Hydra. Again, this was an obligation. unbelievers are set left in small groups to go to yesterday. But

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after all those who are able to go had gone.

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The province or some state Abu Bakr stayed here and his family

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and his family. They were still that whole bucket

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is there. He's abubaker his wife, and Esma his daughter and I share his young daughter. They're all Muslims.

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Yeah, but his wife and Ayesha and asthma Don't go, they're not capable of from, they're not going to go until the father decides to go, even though they're believers and he's a believer. Yeah, he wanted the promise as soon as they stopped him from going, and he thought to himself, he was hoping, because he was going to accompany

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the softball, he wanted that and that was for him.

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A great, great thing.

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The prophet SAW some state and Ollie stayed still as part of the family, etc.

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Till the time came.

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Now, it is in regards to the migration of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam syrup, works mentioned about a special meeting taking place at the Holiday Inn with the leaders of the Muslim the disbelieving grace gathered together to make a plan now then in rage that already looking to kill him to get out of protection somehow. Now to find out many believers have slipped away. And they know he's gonna go. Yeah, so now they're discussing here, and the harem. What shall we do with him? shouting, actually, shall they actually capture him in prison? Or shall they actually kill him? Or shall they actually throw him out? So this discussion is mentioned in the center works? There is nothing

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strongly authentic about it, where there's nothing strongly against it. It is very likely that this discussion took place who was there who suggested war in Syria, you'll find Abu jahl suggested killing him. Don't let him escape because he'll go and do other things elsewhere. But we'll never be rid of him. Because they've come a bigger force outside. Yeah. And there's no point imprisoning him, because you'll get more support and sympathy. So kill him, but we can't kill him just as an individual or one tribe, because we will have war against this. So we are representative from all the tribes and the old killing with the sword or whatever spear at the same time. Yeah. So his tribe

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on Ohashi can't take all the rest of the crazy tribes in Canada, then they'll be stuck.

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So that's the plan in the CETA writing that he suggested in a lot of who suggested it, but it seems that's what they decided anyway. Because Allah subhanaw taala mentioned these plans in the Quran himself.

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In surah, Al Anfal,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions

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in verse 30.

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Allah swappa says, What is em Kuru be Cal vena cava truly used B to care how you go to Luca. Oh, you freed you. Were I am Kuru. Now I am Kuru wha wha wha hoo file,

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keyring and recall and remember, how the disbelieve and those who disbelieve schemed against you to take us captive or to kill you or to drive you out? This scheme? A lot also, schemed and planned, and Allah is the best of planets. So that's not using the same word of scheming out this they're scheming In other words, found themselves actually because Allah is the one who controls all the planets. So the Quran tells you what they were actually planning.

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So you don't need to even based on belief, this is what they plan

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and indication that they were going to kill Rasulullah saw solemn

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and it seems that the prophet SAW some is made aware of this through jabril Allah His Salah that that's what they're planning. Yeah. And then the prophet SAW Selim, in authentic hadith he mentioned that that he used to turn up I should Atlanta says they used to come regularly in this period of time. used to come in the morning and in the evening regularly to the house although bucha does not know much else left now is that but this one day, the profits are slim turned out of the blue tendo. overtime. Overtime is

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bright sunshine is hot. People are asleep at that time, okay, so people don't come out. So it seems and the policy semicircular says came with cloth wrapped around all around the space as well as always hiding either from the sun but also hiding from being noticed. So whenever Bukka sun coming like that, and

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The time where it's not you, your friend to come, he got an indication that it's time to go.

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Which is what it was a case of publicized, mentioned that a worker that are being permission given permission to migrate to the hater and a workers first question, am I going to be accompanying you? So

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I'm not going to be accompanying you?

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And said yes, yes. So before he says that, he says, I want to speak to you privately. I will look and say jasola is your family here? My family, your family? Because I was already married to him. Yeah, they're not living together. But they've been betrayed. They've been married

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so probably saw some mentions that and I will work assist to publicize some I've already for the last four months been making strong and nourishing to camels. Ready for the trip. Yeah. Once for us, for me, I should Iran says that the publisher, some wouldn't take it until he gave him the money for it. So I bought the camera from Abu Bakar.

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And I know the story goes on is a variety, a couple of variations. But overall, the picture is it seems that plan to go at a particular time in the night and to meet in a place in a near a well bear maimunah maimunah which is mentioned in some reports, just outside Mecca, where they then traveled together and they travel in the opposite direction to what you normally travel to go to Medina. So they go south instead of going north was towards Medina. And they go and hide in the amount of fold in the cave of Seoul.

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The cable sold.

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And Ali rodial on his left in the bed of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam and this is

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what is mentioned the serial writing.

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And it is mentioned how the the the tribal representatives are going to try and kill resume I saw some turn up. Yeah. And the surrounding the police had already left the sound in the house thinking they've got him and the right opportune moment. They'll go in and they'll kill him together. Yeah, but then somebody kicks them off the he's gone anyway. So when they go in, they are about to attack, they realize it's all wrapped up in in cloth so that he can be recognized. And some reports Mason that they stole him etc. and punish him. Yeah.

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To try and get information out of him.

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But after a short while the leaving leave alleys as well. The prophet SAW solemn

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goes with Abu Bakr.

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He remains in the cave of Seoul with Abu Bakar. for

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three nights they spend three nights before they go. Also they take provisions. And a MOBA takes money with them, which is mentioned as well. One of our themes here mentioned a few weeks ago that abubaker takes all his wealth. And even though his father's they're blind.

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Yeah, he leaves nothing behind.

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It takes all his wealth. And he said that the heartbeat

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that this is an example of showing how he's willing to sacrifice everything.

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For this, for the sake of Allah His Messenger, we have no evidence that he took all as well. Actually nothing authentic about he took all as well.

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And this is not a story which shows that he was willing to give everything for the sake of Allah. That story comes later. The famous story for the tabuk campaign when the publicize Salaam was in great need for donations, and aboubaker brought everything in here. Yes. And I won't wrote half. That's a famous story, isn't it? That's the story, which shows how much are we willing to sacrifice in this case? No, because not only did he leave his blind father behind, he left his wife and his children. They came later. So he could have taken everything.

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And besides that, couldn't have taken everything. Yeah, on the way they were facing difficulties where they had to get milk from milk from the shepherd and things because they didn't have enough food, etc.

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So there is no evidence that he took everything of his wealth and left his blind father just to you know, rot, because he was still a disbeliever. Consider the other believing family, his wife and children was still there as well. So we don't need to go to that we need to check thing before we may make comments like that. That's all I say. But this is not the place and the lesson from this. I promise I

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also was given iPhoto I mentioned that

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We packed some provisions, some food etc provisions for them in like a bag. And a smell took her apron belt tore it in half, what she normally has on and put one half on the bag to tie it.

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And it's mentioned, then that she became no known as the one with two banks.

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Because of because she made her belt normally wears into to just something that's mentioned, even if it's mentioned that she got that nickname because of what you did at that time. And it's remembered what you did.

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And what happens is Abdullah, the son of bubble buck, he spends the night with them.

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He spends a night with them, and would slip away, would slip away during the early dawn time, and in the morning was in Mecca. So they didn't realize that he was aware he'd find out information as what they were up to, and report back when that nighttime came again back to the prophesies of a worker. In other words, when is the course clear? Are things coming down? Or is it still bad? Where are they going which direction who's looking, etc, giving all the information scouting,

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relying on a lot, but not stupid, either. prophesize so now that we like he's making all the preparations and cleverness as well.

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Not like majority, the Muslim nowadays, you know, we just say insha Allah, we don't think about any planning or forward planning or any cleverness of any kind. So this is planning and secretly finding out what's going on as well. Aside from that, our backer had also agreed with his slave who was a farmer of the goats and sheep of abubaker, that he used to bring in the evening, the herd towards the cave rest of time was away from it, and come and give the milk in the evenings for those three nights of estate. So they were getting the nourishment provided as well, and then just slip away so that other people didn't realize.

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And the story is true that the the Muslim disbelievers who were looking for him, they were looking for him. And besides looking for him just for the sake of trying to kill him, there was

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a bounty placed on his head of 100 camels. 100 counts was real great wealth at that time. So on one time, they actually reach the mouth of the cave, which is not a deep cave. To the extent the authentic hadith, it mentions that Abu Bakar said, we could see that Feat. And I said to the Messenger of Allah, if they just look down at their feet, yada Salaam they will see us.

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So there's no need for a web. And there's no need for pigeons to be nesting or a tree to grow out.

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All that is no authentic basis. However, the cable pigeons with eggs, because the authentic obese is telling you something else. If there's a web on the thing of pigeons,

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that they won't get so close with their feet so that a robot can see their feet and he says if they look down the car

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otherwise ridiculous. Oh, look, there's a big web there. We're not going near that. Imagine the size of the spider's web if that was over the cave mouth anyway. That'll draw attention rather than moving away. Wouldn't you think I've never seen him a web that big over a cave. mouth of a cave. It must be something fishy going on. Now let's go and have a look.

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Anyway, majority in the costume had decent quality. This is not authenticated. Some people like it. No, I think and others said well, it's okay. We can accept that as a report. And they said it was a hassle report because it's reported by us but reality is so weak Are these the best is that they actually reach the cave. Allah protected them because when Abubakar said that the prophet SAW said Oscar Oscar Yeah, Babak is Nan Allahu Allah Houma.

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He said be quiet. aboubaker not shut up a little quicker by the way.

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Cuz he's whispering destroying years left, they look down just at their feet, they'll see quiet.

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What do you think of the two when allies

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and alumni says in the Quran

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and Sunnah Toba? Allah says, Fanny's name is Houma. pillowball is he a pool a Sahaba he La

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la la. Yeah, the two who were in when they were both in the cave. And, and he said the messenger said to his companion, don't fear Don't worry, surely Allah is with us. Surely Allah is with us. But this is the incident in regards to the the cave Hello

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Sort of protected and the profits are some add up. So this is one of his. This is one of these truthfulness and reality of that Allah 100% he knew that Allah will protect him. Yeah, a false prophet doesn't behave like that in the face of at the mouth, and where the lions are standing to devour you doesn't behave like that. It'd be panicking. He'll be like abubaker.

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Yeah, oh, much, much worse, a false prophet. But he's saying, Don't fear lies with us. In other words, they're not going to harm us today, because of the Messenger of God. I love promise minutes.

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So this is a juncture which you remember, of the truthfulness and solidarity and firmness and resolve of the prophet of God, which only come from a prophet of God, those words are remembered, not just in Hadith, but in the Quran, what he said at that juncture, of his absolute conviction, it is called yaqeen. This is a reaction of the Messenger of God.

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We'll stop there, and we'll carry on, I thought, we get a lot further with the story of his right shoulder next day, and what happens when they come down from the cabin and how they continue on the rest of the challenge. Any brief questions before we have the other?

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Stuff like that? Just one question. Word the chronic is in relation to the order to go. And also in terms of the verses you mentioned about nature, were they revealed immediately as they chose occurring?

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Not necessarily. It could be related to real later because a prophet SAW some told him to go, it came from him and he didn't have to have direct

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chronic is to say now you have to go progress or some way finding a diff is telling you, you must go so the crawl is revealed last and later on, to indicate that that's what happened and that was a situation and therefore making those who are weak comes later on. But that's why they stayed behind except

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for it's clarifying, clarify what took place, in a sense

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anything else?

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Okay.