Chronicles of the Sahaba in their Youth

Nouman Ali Khan


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Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan shares with us the accounts of one particular Sahabi that we can draw specific lessons from.

The initial part of the lecture dwells on a comparison in the stature and authority of Musa AS and Haroon AS. There’s a big difference in the way of leadership between the two.

For all of us, we have not seen Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, and for the Sahaba that were seeing him, they had not seen Allah.  They had not seen miracles from the sky, or anything supernatural, save a few of them who saw some particular incidents that we can pinpoint. 

But for these specific companions of Musa AS who were in dire straits such as they were about to be executed by a tyrant ruler, whilst standing in the desert on the trust and promise made by Musa AS. It was not so easy for the companions of Musa AS to easily trust him in the wake of these trials and dangers.


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channel I'd like to share with you a few sections of the Quran and instead of sharing with you detailed accounts of a number of Sahaba I'll share with you the the accounts of one particular Sahabi that we can draw specific lessons from Sharma. But before I do, I'd like to share with you another type of Sahaba a different type of companion, not one that's a role model with a one that's that you would look down upon. We find it on another messenger mentioned and his companions mentioned in detail. And the amazing thing is because these are people that have passed, Allah subhana wa tada speaks to the sons of Islam at the time of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, but he speaks

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to them in second person. Okay, what's cool? And you know, near metal maharlika right, if jadco Mousavi You know, when Musa came upon you. Now notice he didn't come on there? Who did he come on? He came on their forefathers. But he speaks of them in the second person, only to make it highlighted just as a last panel without a speech to those who have you met. Yeah, you and Nina Eminem is also a second person, all those of you who believe so all of those, I argue find in second person, particularly in Surah Baqarah. So I'd like to begin with the negative and move towards the positive which

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for many for all of us, we have not seen Mohammed also the masala and for the Sahaba that were seeing him they had not seen a lot. They had not seen miracles from the sky or anything supernatural save a few of them who saw some particular incidents that we can pinpoint.

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But for these specific companions of musante, settle, settle. Imagine this you're about to be executed by a tyrant ruler. You're lost in the desert, but this man who promises that he can save you. And you're crying to him saying you you probably you lie to us. Here's the army is coming upon us to destroy us. And you brought us in the middle of this desert to be slaughtered like she and he strikes his staff and a body of water parts and you walk right through it. If you were an atheist before or if you were just tagging tagging along for the ride before thinking hey, maybe he's right maybe he's wrong. I'll take my chances. If I stay in Egypt then I'm sure I'll be slaughtered. So

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noticing that Allah subhanaw taala doesn't say well, Mina, deca the money so I don't say we're not going to believe you. They say when a new Mina laka new B and Mina, la

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The big difference, newbies to believe and to confirm that he brought the truth, not mean to lead that in the Arabic terminology refers to accept, will go along with what you're saying the same thing for our own sector Mossad, Islam, he said, I'm not going to let them go. And he said, I went when Nina laka, the chiefs of Iran said, we're not going to let except what you're saying your demands are to let these people go, we're not going to accept what you're saying. Their statement wasn't, we're not going to believe in you that they had already given as a statement before. We're not going to believe in you no matter what. So the point was now to accept what he's saying, to

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follow him. So among the bunnies, while there are those who might have been in doubt, maybe this guy's crazy, maybe he's maybe he's right, maybe he's wrong, why not take our chances, because for sure, we're gonna die. Here. They go, they see a body of water part, they pass right through it. And that's our own, who they saw people makes it that to that round that armies used to crumble before him, they saw him perish before their own eyes. So if nothing else made you believe in a lot before that, and if it didn't make you take musallam seriously, before that, I would think this incident would open your eyes. Right, this is pretty big thing to watch to see a body of water just open up.

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Now you're in the middle of the desert. And the first thing that human beings will suffer in the desert is dehydration. So you Wherever you're traveling with musawah, voila.

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And we shaded upon you a cloud, the cloud, this used to follow them wherever they went. I imagine that you're in the desert, you're stranded, you're going to dehydrate out of the heat. But there's a is a cloud following you offering you shade and offering you water.

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Well ends on the radical manner was sanwa. Now in the in the desert, first of all to have sanitation, that you can get bread out of is next to impossible. But Allah subhanho wa Taala sends men, then he sends salvor upon them and men came through rain, which is miraculous in and of itself. But Sal was the natural instinct for any bird, if you try to catch it has to do what, just to fly off. But these Salawat they used to come they're described in most of the facilities as the likes of quails, they would come in hers, they would come in packs, and they would just sit there at night waiting for themselves to be caught. Free food literally. Well under an economy free shipping, free

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covering lodging. Right. And now when the insult why, and none of us could even go eat freely what We have provided you go ahead and eat enjoy. Not only did we save you from someone who had no chance of saving yourselves, not only did we bring you out of the darkness of ship, whatever misguidance you were in, you brought you a messenger who has guidance with him. Now you get all this free stuff. So if you weren't a believer before, then you would think hey, Okay, I see you've seen a lot of stuff now. You would you would really believe. Let's top it all off. Now Moosa leaves you for a little while, and you get tricked by somebody, let's give them benefit of the doubt. somebody makes

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a statue of a golden cab. And he makes passages through so when the wind blows, it makes it sound. So people and he convinces them that this is God and they start worshipping it. So Mossad Islam comes back, he gets angry. How do you all know the story? Right? The salami gets angry at home Islamism. What did you do in my absence? So he says, I didn't have authority over them like you do. And the example that my teacher gave me in this regard is that often this incident is mentioned in some detail, is you know, you have a teacher in class, the teachers keeping the class in control, everybody's sitting in their seat, quiet doing their work, he says, I'll be back in five minutes.

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And he puts the class monitor some kids, some nerdy kid from the back of the class, you're in charge five minutes, make sure nobody talks. As soon as he leaves that nerdy kids getting paper thorn in his face. People are chewing gum, people are yelling and screaming, some people are pulling a shirt, who do all kinds of things because he doesn't have the same authority as the teacher did. Even though he was delegated authority by the teacher himself. How old are they? Sam is also a prophet, but he's not a messenger. He's not also like musasa he doesn't have the authority of the Saudis. Another reason he doesn't have the authority of Mossad, Islam is because Moosa was brought up in the

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family and the lineage of Pharaoh so he knew how to control people. He had that that that legacy, but how would I say I was brought with the oppressed people he was raised about them. So there's a big difference in the way of leadership between the two, but in any ways, he comes back, what's going on here? They refer the matter to a line the last panel Tyler reveal just inherent in the Quran, we find details intercede, but in the Quran, we find very brief account, particularly in Surah Baqarah. Okay, we're at Ada moussaka. Well for call Allah when we gave most of the book and the criterion so that you can be guided, and the immediate next is why it's possible Sadie called me

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He called me in the ComponentOne. And on my own, you have done injustice against yourselves by taking the calf as something to worship. So make out what you're up to in about equal to do and then kill yourselves. The Ayah doesn't mean commit suicide it means there are 12 tribes of Israel for every tribe.

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The people that started worshipping the calf, if you're a Muslim and you do *, you left the state of Islam. So the punishment of that is execution, which is not something initiated in the law of Mohammed. So a lot of them, but it was actually started in the Sharia musasa. It's continued in the Law School of Law.

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So now this command comes, no, notice it's the same Moosa who they saw with the permission of parting a body of water, having a cloud, follow them, Monday in San Juan, all of that good stuff. And they look at him in his face, and they say, we'll call Nolan luminol, aka

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la hija, Hara. And they said, we're not going to believe in you until we see face to face. You're telling us this. And it's not believing you're mistranslated. Again, we're not going to accept what you're saying until we see a lot face to face. And the law says that

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we're entering Cameroon, that ain't explosion, it sees you and all of you died immediately. While you were watching before your eyes and explosion came and took them back, they're coming back the multicam then he raised you from death.

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So that now you can think about now you can be like, Okay, well, okay, fine, we'll do what you say. Right? But even then, there's so many other problems that are mentioned later on. So if you went through this, you got killed by a law and he raised you back to life, you would think how you would believe you have no rational excuse to disbelieve or to sway your belief, you'd be the best of believers, because you've seen miracle after miracle after miracle. Last one, I'll mention because there's many more last one on insha. Allah mentions this three times.

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In these 10 record, Allah mentions this one, particularly three times, because it's the craziest one, like It baffles your mind. Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, it wasn't me. Or a third, Kaku, when a lot took a covenant form from you. And to make you realize how important these commandments are this covenant this law is, he raised the mountain of spores in the air. So there's a mountain hovering in the air where you're standing below it.

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And then Allah subhana wa Taala says, hold on to what I have given you with all of your mind. I think that can be over

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two places, in one in the exact same words, Allah says, What guru Murthy he'll

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hold on to what I've given you with all of your mind. And remember, remind yourselves of what's in it. So you can keep protecting yourself because once the mountain comes down, you're going to forget. So keep reminding yourselves right. In that is sort of immediate next is

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immediately then you turn back again.

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Immediately, then you turn back again, how ironic. And then the other is, this is even more ironic, when the mountain is hovering above them, that last panel analysis will do it over smell and listen. Oh, no, they said, Sammy and our our signer. They said we hear and we disobey. I imagine that How crazy is that? There's a mountain hovering above you and I didn't somebody holding you at gunpoint, much, much more subtle comparison and asking you to do something.

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And you right in their face. If you really want to get shot in the head. You say no. They're speaking to a lawyer directly saying we hear and we disobey. But instead of crushing them under the mountain, Allah did something much, much much worse. What did he do? Well push the boo, boo boo him and

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minbari Radek, then he made their hearts drink the love of the cat, then go It's so irrational, illogical it doesn't even make sense to worship a cat. It doesn't even make sense to disobey Moosa their hearts were the love of the calf the worship of the capitalist poured into their hearts, so no matter what their minds told them, their hearts were so diseased at that point, it couldn't help them

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at the end of this this detailed legacy of you know, when you saw in at the end of it was a panel with Allah says former boo boo come embody that this is what I want to come to. Then your hearts became hard after these events for here and

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then they became like boulders like rock. Oh, I shouldn't do password or even harder than rock. Now rock is a natural creation of Allah. But when Allah says oh I shall do cassava or even harder than rock that's important to note because now they became unnaturally hard because then the Legos back to the analogy of rock and says when in Demille era the metaphor German and how from among the stones there are those who rip open and water comes out from them just like Masada sounds like this, you know struck the staff and the water came out. So he gave a particular you know, apartment analogy, something they had experienced, that even rock water comes out of it. Well in the Minghella

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and some other method that this part of the eye is referring to a part of the history of genocide that is not mentioned in the Quran, but you find it in the Torah. It is that when Busan Islam was taking them in the desert Debian commanded them to fight. Not only did they

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We're not going to fight. Some of them conspired this guy's crazy. Let's go get and kill him. So when they tried to go and kill him the mountain underneath they were standing started crumbling and those who had attempted or plotted to kill him among the bunnies, right? They got crushed, and then all of them, the rest of them made Toba. So that's part of it is we'll wait and then hand them a shot.

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Then from among those who split open and water comes up from them. We're in the middle has been Hello, Mr. Mandela.

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And then from among them are those that they followed the rock star falling down from the fear of Allah? Well, my love of your life in it lies not aware, unaware of what you're doing. Last couple of things I mentioned about these people, because Allah gives that old old history and then brings it back to the contemporary time of the life of the Prophet sallallahu.

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He says Fatima Runa. And you know, do you really think these people are going to accept what you're saying? Or Mohammed? Or companions? Do you really think they're going to accept what you're saying? Well, it can fit coming home. Yes, Maria Kodama, listen to this carefully, and deaf, there was already a group from among them, that you stay engaged in the listening of the word of Allah, somewhere you have

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a clue. Then they deliberately changed it after they understood, well, homea Allah moon, and they knew what they were doing. You have the word of Allah.

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You change it because you don't think it's really the Word of God, something else. But Allah says they heard the column of alignment in Mankato v 11, kathira novella. Both of them agree in this scene, that there was a group from among the companions of Musa who went up to the mountain to listen to Allah had they had requested and accepted their request. And they actually heard the statements of Allah. And when musar Islam came back down and advise the people, these were the same people that said, No, no, no, I didn't say that you heard wrong, and they tried to correct these artists around somewhere you have any funa woman back, then they changed it, after they had come to

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an understanding of it. Well, whom you are the moon, and they knew what they were doing.

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They had every knowledge of what they were doing, why am I telling you all of this? These are extreme examples in the Quran.

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But again, we have to relate all these matters to ourselves. I go to a Muslim brother, who's you know, missing his collar?

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You know, is that it just come to the MSA doesn't feel like it's an important thing, etc, etc. And I go and talk to him because I unboxed it, I can talk to the bucks, it is much easier, right? So I go talk to him to do and I'm chilling with him and I tell him Yeah,

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you should pray sometimes says Yeah, well, you know, why don't you pray? I don't know. You know that it's fun. Yeah, you know, you understand that means you have to do it because your master your Lord said you have to do yeah. You realize that if you don't pray your front, you're gonna get punished. Yeah.

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How can you pray? Oh, no.

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There's nothing wrong here. Because after interrogation, you're clear he understands exactly what to do. Where's the problem?

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The heart isn't convinced. The heart is a little bit hard with other desires. Right? The essential disease described a bunny slide at the end is their hearts have become hard. And the warning of luggage you see the camera has a progression and gives you the the stories of those of old negative and positive. There are role models from the past and there are things pitfalls not to fall into from the past. But then he gives you a universal guideline. And then he gives you the contemporary example. So let's apply notodden Soraka D, for example, says lm yet Linda Dena, Amano and duck shampoo only tequila, is it not yet yet time for the believers, that their hearts may tremble they

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may become conscious fearful from the remembrance of Allah woman isn't I mean, and from what has been revealed from the truth, the Quran itself, what as a guru can let you know.

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And they should not become like the people of the book that were given the book before. Who are the people mentioned? When you slide and the Masada the Jews and the Christians right? So Paula IRA he will avoid a long period passed over them since they're the legacy was given to them of the faith. Then what Allah describes the deterioration that took place with Allah Allah, He will admit the words used are from La Casa kulu takaku. Rather, then their hearts became hard work a few men who fancy food and most of them are corrupt, you find this is so sad.

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So now what the warning gives to the believers is let your hearts not become hard like those before you win over time as the messenger was generations before the war time that passed, the harder their hearts became, and most of them are engaged in corruption.

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Now I want to give you some one positive example before you know actually a couple of positive examples.

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What happens to someone who really has knowledge in this society in Western society, the more knowledge you have, the more

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Status you have, the more recognition you have, even within the Muslim subculture within the American community. If you're a chef, or you've got a degree from somewhere, you know, etc, etc, you have a certain title, you have a certain honor and respect among people, right? So your your level kind of rises. And even if you're somebody who doesn't know, much like myself, but people think you know, a lot of stuff, right? And then somebody comes in questions what you're saying, or somebody corrects you, you feel like Who is he to correct me? I'm appear he's down there. So what does knowledge do necessarily if knowledge is not attached with that law, knowledge becomes a means of

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arrogance. knowledge becomes a means of arrogance. But knowledge attached with taqwa, you know what it does, it humbles you even more. So lots of kind of what Allah describes the people of knowledge. And the reason I'm mentioning this before I go to the Sahaba is, all of you are Msh students, in whatever capacity you're trying to seek knowledge of Islam.

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And check yourself a little check myself, before we knew whatever we know now, we don't know a lot, right? But whatever little you know, before we knew that we didn't use to argue.

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And once we learned a couple of things, then it became that what we know is the absolute truth and what the others no is obviously wrong, how could they follow it? They're so utterly ridiculous for following what they're following. So what happened was knowledge became a means of disagreement. Exactly what it was a panel with Allah describes in the Quran, time and time and time again, well met at a photo in London by an image at home when he moved by billion by No, they did not differ among each other. This is repeated several times, for example, in Russia and Slovakia itself and so on. They didn't differ amongst each other, until knowledge until after knowledge came upon them

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Boolean as a means of being the dominant one winning the argument among themselves.

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This was this became their state. So knowledge became a means of arrogance.

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But the people have real knowledge is part of what Allah describes as the almost at the end of sort of any slight sort of assault, where he says in the lilina,

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either utilize him as Connie Sujatha, the people of true knowledge, the ones who have been given real knowledge, when the Ayat of Allah recited upon them, then they fall on their faces incisa meaning it humbles them their initial reaction in the next ayah describes that there, there's falling in size that and they're in tears, knowledge is not something that brings you to here unless you're a people a person of true knowledge, which means what you have a lot of stuff in here, you memorized A lot of it, you know, a lot of the see, you know, a lot of hobbies, names and all that stuff, right? But your heart is full of the knowledge of the tea, which is a whole different matter.

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This is this has very little to do with knowledge. As we understand academic stuff. This is a whole other field. It's a whole other ballgame. So now when that knowledge was here, it led them to cry knowledge here, you can read a chapter or two from any to see it's not going to make you cry. But the knowledge here when the people have true knowledge when they heard the ayah their hearts were the ones that forced them to cry and politicize them to say we have una so Hannah rabina in Canada rabina Lemma for

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having said this,

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I shall be logged on her is cooking her meal in her home. She sees from the fart in the window, she sees those who have muscle loss, and I'm coming towards her. And as he's walking towards him, revelation comes down about the eye out on the job.

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And he's reciting them as they're being revealed to him. And now she's looking at him. So the job have not yet been revealed. So she doesn't know she's not covered. And she's got her apron on. She's cooking. As she's listening to the eyes. You know what happens? She tears off her apron and covers her head.

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As she's listening to the app.

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She does this. How amazing is that? There were Sahaba who heard they were alcoholics. Literally, they were alcoholics because it wasn't wrong. There's nothing wrong to say that they were alcoholics before it became caught up. So they were drinking. They were they were heavy drinkers. The ayat they heard as they were engaged in their drink. Most of us if we found out good believers, we just spit it out. Right? You know what they did? They gagged themselves until they threw up everything. And then they went to the prophet SAW someone crying, saying, they also love there's still some inside, what do we do?

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The Messenger of Allah said, That's forgiven on you.

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They were that concerned? Imagine that.

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There were Sahaba. And I'll give you this, you'll find this a crude example. But it should be shared because these are our role models. There were Sahaba that were in the battlefield, many, many months away from their wives, and they had desire towards the opposite gender, and they didn't know what to do because you know, you're out on duty. So either you you know, you get around, or you know what to do. So they wrote a letter to sort of less or less and I'm saying that also Allah, if you allow us will cut off our body part

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because we will stay away from

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anything that got in their way of obeying the law. They were really

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to sacrifice even if it was themselves imagine that that's incredible really is

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the same way you so many examples of what the Sahaba did and you're like wow that's just amazing you know there was no time for questioning or asking this is why it was Hannah Montana they understood the words of US law sort of Allah give the example you know with masala Ceylon the bunnies I used to ask I'm gonna tell you a little bit of the story because I don't have limited time I have a lot to cover

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what happens is there's a murder and the bunnies like get framed for the murder by some other guy from the outside and he says if you don't find me the murder I'm going to kill all of you he brings his gang with them so they feel the need to solve this murder mystery. So they go to Masada some otherwise they had no concern for who murdered or what happened right? So they go to Mossad Islam say for solve this problem for us only you can. So he says Allah commands you and said

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that you slaughter a cow.

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I said call with a zoo. You think we think of us as a joke? Are you making a joke out of this? We're telling you to solve a murder mystery. You're telling us to slaughter cows? What's wrong with you? Right? Then he says on

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an akuna manager, I seek the refuge of a law that I meet be among those who speak with emotion who speak without knowledge, who speak out of ignorance. So this was a command from a law that when you slaughter the cow you take the piece of meat of it you strike it upon the dead body and it will rise. Now how did you say Listen, I'm talking to a lot you know, used to go up on the mountain. It was a day's journey from where they were so the first question they asked it like hey, if we're gonna make a play with this guy let's play with him some more. So they said you know in this How is confusing ones can you explain what it is? So he goes on a day's gender journey to ask a lot of

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likes plays he comes back color in the hole in the bottom left

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and right it's not too heavy it's not too light. It's not too old or too young it's just in between for no matter what they do without thinking what you've been commanded that that level

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of unrest just immediately act stop asking questions just do it what you have been commanded? But they're like no, no, we're not having we're not done asking more questions. So they asked more What color should it be he goes and other days it comes another day back? He comes back again. Oh no Baccarat holiday still too confusing for us go again and ask again. Right. So he did torture This is why it's so soft. Busan is an insanely metal dude, any Why do you torture me? Why do you hurt me? Well, you already know that I'm the Messenger of Allah monkey. And related to this, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah likes for you three things and Allah dislikes for you three

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things, find out why. And he likes for you. You know, I'll tell you the part he doesn't like pertinent to this matter. One of the things that he doesn't like is get for

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too many questions. Take the instruction acronym, I shall have the love and I didn't find this specific. So what exactly does that mean? Or what is covering the head mean? or What color should the MMR be? Or what material can it be and what you know, what's the fact of the matter, etc, etc. She heard it, boom.

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Whatever the proper understanding of it is the prophet SAW Sonam will explain but she's already responsible to obey Allah from what she's heard. So she had to act according to what she knew. She had to do that much. Same thing Exactly. Allah subhana wa tada describes about the Sahaba. They didn't know that they could approach their wives during the nights of the fast they didn't know because the Jews were not allowed to do it. But they were not supposed to approach their wives intimately. So they went and approach their wives, thinking that Allah has not allowed it. Some Sahaba made that mistake. So Allah says, Adam, Allahu

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Allah and

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Allah knew that you were being dishonest to yourselves. Even Allah knew that it's not Haram. But you were still being dishonest because within your limited understanding, you thought it was wrong. Right? So taqwa has a huge role to play in our obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala and taqwa lies in the heart as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, in the hadith of Muslim Ahmed

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was here, because here because here the fear of Allah lies here in the heart. So the consciousness of a learner.

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So that's the example generally of Sahaba that I want to give you an example of the youth in particular, this man used to dress the nicest, he used to look the nicest by the ocean, who standard. If there was a GQ Magazine, then he'd be on the cover, right? He used to get all important clothes, the shoes used to come from Yemen. That's like saying he you know, we're Giorgio Armani suits, or I don't know who the top designer is. They all look retarded to me. But anyway, so anyway, so he will really nice clothes and imported perfume and you know what have been available before he became a very, very smart man, very handsome man. Many women wanted to marry him. young guy, very

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smart, very intellectual. So even the chieftains were very proud that they have this man this pride of their talent and in their household.

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He heard that the Muslims are being persecuted.

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You know, I'm just curious about what this Mohammed is saying. So most of them

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Let me go find out. So he goes and sneaks into double O come to find out. He listens to

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him as he's conducting Sahaba. And he says, This is what my heart had been saying all along, he accepts, he says that

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he makes a lot with them.

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Now he starts coming to the Holocaust regularly, secretly, he doesn't want people to find out because to find out and Macau would be a big problem, especially with his mother, homeless, mathematic. His mother was a very powerful woman, she had a she had a very controlling personality. He wasn't afraid of anybody else, except his mother didn't want to mess with his mom, like many of us, right? You can take on anybody you can get on mom's bedside. So he's sneaking in and one of the one of the kuffaar. They saw he saw him and word spread, and finally got his mother. So they call the town meeting from his tribe, they pulled them in, they said, Is this true? You become a Muslim?

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Somebody seen you pray like Muhammad prays, and we saw you're going to determine what's going on? He said, Yes, I become Muslim.

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What can I say? He accepted, he acknowledged his mother, his first reaction was to try to spear him. She was that mad. That's a hidden, but she couldn't do it. She loved him too much. So what she decided to do was she tied him up, and she put them in the corner of the house with guards watching him the whole day, for days, many, many days, he stayed in his house, just not even being able to scratch himself just tied up because he had accepted Islam.

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Then some news came, he heard from outside of some of the slaves, some of the guards were talking that some Muslims are fleeing to ever senior to have a shot. He heard about it, the next chance he got when the guards weren't paying attention or sleeping, he escaped. And he went with them to how much he left his family.

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He comes back, and then he went back again. But eventually, when he did come back, his mother called him again and she said, You better leave this Islam business. Otherwise, I'm going to tie you up again. He goes, you can do it. But whoever you hire to tie me up this time, I will kill them. And she knew he meant it. So you know, she didn't try it again. But then the least thing she could do you know what she said to him, she said, you know what this? Well, you enjoy these clothes, you're wearing these brand name and these imported shoes and imported perfumes and toes and everything. This is not yours. This is from my wealth, share exact words bar, I can no longer be a mother to

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you. So leave this well. He's leaving his house, his uncle stops and he says, you know, these clothes you're wearing right now. They're from your uncle. They're from your father, your late father. So they don't belong to you either. Take them off if you want to stay with this man. He the man who everybody looked to for fashion standards, the guy who was like, you know, this, the most handsome men, most respected young men in the society had to leave his house covering his shame, but his hands he had to leave his house naked.

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This is the state of

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law, the law comes to us a little late get some you know, some guard to wear. And now he starts you know, he totally commits himself to the task of

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learning, constantly studying Muscle, Muscle, lifelong learning and memorizing.

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And he was one of the most beautiful reminders of the

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so now the six people come from Medina and the Prophet has the sense of Allahu Allah send them a helper to go teach the beam. He has many choices. There are seniors like Uber, Casa de la, right? Why does he choose most hub, he's young. He's already shown his will to sacrifice. And he's a beautiful reciter. So he can bring people with his charm presentation, even to the dean. So those who saw some set was up in America, Medina, he goes to Medina, he's living with somebody else's a guest. And he starts going every single day, next neighbor's house, this one's house, that one's house, reciting onto them, bringing them to Islam slowly but surely. And people if they didn't come

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to Islam, they were mesmerized by the Quran. So they would come and sit in these gatherings, which bothered the chiefs of the tribes. One of the Chiefs heard about this, he got really mad one day when he was sitting outside in public giving the dose teachings. And he came with a spear and said, You better stop talking to my tribe, or I will kill you.

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And what's hot young man, if anybody else comes up to us, you're holding an MSA meeting, some guy walks in here.

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You moslems better stop this or I'm gonna take care of you outside the parking lot. Right? Oh, yeah, Bring it on, you know, this is what we would do you know what he says?

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He looks at this guy threatening him. And he says, Well, why don't you listen to what I have to say. If you accept it, well, I'm good. If you reject it, I'll stop bothering you.

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Which sounds fair for his peers. He stuck it in the ground. He sat down and started reciting the Quran very common.

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And the man heard it. He said this is the truth. How can I enter this religion? And he became a Muslim. And then he said, Oh, wait a second. I know a man if he accepts then his old tribal accept. Let me get him for you. And he went and got him to.

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And before this happens, incidentally, this was the chief of a tribe right? He comes from Southern America. What can I do to enter this religion law says you have to go take a shower first and wear clean clothes. Then come back. So he goes, takes a shower comes back and then

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takes Shahada

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from him and then from the other tribes and huge chunks, you know of Medina tribes start coming into Islam. So most of the male was the the trendsetter for history. What we have now what little Salaam had is a refuge in Medina was the work of Allah who must have given away this youth who decided to give up as well. in Medina when the Prophet came some of Mohamed Salah one time he was giving a football address. And most of people in America came in sat in the watchlist.

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And a lot of people looked at him from Makkah, the ones that knew him, they looked at him and they looked down like this. And she and a lot of them started crying. You know why? Because he was wearing a torn blanket. This was the man they remembered wearing random clothes and amazingly dressed, nobody dressed as good as he did. Now he's wearing all of this only because he decides he's going to sacrifice all of his preferences for the sake of Allah. So somehow they even started crying. And Mohammed Salah salami looked at him and said, I remember you used to be very, very well dressed, your family used to dress you Well, they used to feed ul. And then the prophet SAW Selim,

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advise and actually congratulated the believers that Allah will give them kingship of when they will have different clothes to wear the day and different different clothes to wear in the night. And the Salva says, will we be better off than the Prophet said, No, you're better off now. You're better off right now when you don't have anything. Because then the love of dunya will approximate the love of dunya will enter into your hearts.

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In any case, we'll start

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at the Battle of mother, his brother is captivating. He's one of the prisoners with the Muslims.

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The resource of Allah Sallam said take good care of the prisoners. So his brother's prisoner and the Sahaba they're eating food. They're eating rice in the drinking water. And they're giving the same amount of rice and water to him.

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Most happy when when a man walks by, and he looks at his brother. And he says to the guard, my brother tidy, scuff it up tightly because his mother's rich, she'll probably give a good ransom to us.

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And his brother looks at him like you're not talking to him. Are you talking to me? right because normally You're not my brother. That's my brother.

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His Eman was such that he understood just like nor how they said I was made to understand those who are not in the boat or not your family. Those who fight against this deal, they're not your family. Those who believe with you when levena

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had landed on the side of heinous Lanka who those who have emerged and engage in righteous deeds, we will enter them into a new affiliation, a new family of the righteous though.

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You've been indoctrinated into a new family, those who struggle with you in the way of his name.

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So this was the character of a man. But I haven't gotten to the real part yet what how Allah honored him how most parents are honored.

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In the Battle of God, we know some Sahaba. And we and I'll say this and please understand it carefully made an unconscious mistake. It wasn't a conscious disobedience of Rasulullah but it was a misunderstanding at the hands of the Sahaba. So they came down from depositions. You know, the famous incident right? Now what happened was the Michigan their target was to assassinate as little muscle.

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So their attack coming down from the hill was targeted towards the sort of low Muslim even though man was a smart man, he understood this. And he was the flag bearer.

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So he grabs the flag stands apart in the way of those little muscle lines on them. So to direct traffic towards him and start screaming that can be a lot of good a lot but a lot but why. So the people who are going to assassinate him would get their direction, attention towards him first. So people start coming towards him and attacking.

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A horseman comes by chops off his arm, his right arm from here. He was holding his head, the flag in the right arm. He grabs it in the left arm, and as he grabs it, he knows why is he doing this is love. Loss of a lot running. So now that he's willing to let go, right? Um, everything is all life. So he says well now Mohammed Illa Rasul. Allah, Allah. Mohammed is nothing except a messenger messengers passed before him do.

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So even though I'm doing this for the sake of Muhammad, in the end, I'm doing this for a long. He knew this. He clarified this to himself, even though he knew he was hurting him that attacked him. Amazon is becoming more and more opened up. So he kept reminding himself screaming as his arms chopped off when

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the fire came and they chopped off the other side. Now whatever he has left of his arms, he's holding the flag like this screaming well, man, where am I going Indaba soon when?

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They came in this sphere demony died in that state.

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And then afterwards, afterwards, Allah subhanho wa Taala honored what was in his heart and He put this is in the description of the Battle of how do you find this is Mohammed an endorser? We are the heart of the apostle. Muhammad is nothing except a messenger messengers came before him to fit a matter if in case he died,

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Atilla or if you got killed and caloptima tobecome are you going to turn back on your heels? For my younger brother activate the one who turns back on his heels.

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He could not harm a line anything was shocking, and Allah will soon reward the shocking those who are grateful.

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When Mohammed Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam looked at the body of May, you know the straw that were being given sometimes on the battlefield,

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these young men were being given salons by the the Prophet Solomon instructed us even to this day that we're supposed to say Salaam on the Shahada, for they respond to the sounds according to the Hadith.

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So the Sahaba that survived the battle they're going around giving Salaam to the Shahada. They got to the body of Muslim men, all of them started crying.

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And when Mohammed Salaam Salaam saw his body, you know what he said? He said, I mean minella me Nina regeneron. sada Houma la hora de, they are from this is an iron condor, he recited when you looked at him, you know, we can recite these iers when desires were recited by the School of Law, so I said let me was something else. He said from among the believers are real men, that have already confirmed their covenant that was made with them, that Allah has made for men who men come on, then from among them or those who have given their door. I mean, how many of you and from among them are those who are still waiting to give their do well, not by the dealer, and they will replace their

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desire to give their do to give their whole life to a lot with anything else. They would not replace it for anything. This is the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam decided upon the body of Messiah.

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As he lay, you know, one of the reasons the Sahaba were crying, his cloth was so little that if you covered his head, his feet would show and if you covered his feet, his head would show. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, when you bury him, cover his head and cover his feet with grass. That's how he was buried. This was masago.

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That rich, wealthy man

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Why am I sharing this example with you?

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We're not in the battlefield. We're not, you know, we don't have to travel to from New York to Habesha Medina, right to get away from persecution.

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But we have a mission and it's the same mission as that of the companions. If somebody comes and says to you, no, no, no, the companions, their lives are not relevant to ours, because that was then that's a historical context. We need to understand it but we need to reinterpret all of these values in this stuff. This is all garbage. It's garbage because Allah subhanaw taala himself has given them the certificate about the Allahu I'm home what I'll do and who Ally's pleased with them and they are pleased with Allah you want to be pleased with them. You want to be pleased with Allah.

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And you want to be pleased with you can follow their model, how many times Muhammad Rasul Allah in particular well Nadine Amma who and those who are with him, Allah honors the Sahaba he honors the Sahaba in particular like Abu Bakr Siddiq, Ani honors him calling him Fanny lane until October, he mentioned his nickname for Casa de but in for others, he mentions them in plural in general and he gives them so many honors in the Quran that we can take away from them and say no, no, no, this is just some intellectual discourse on the side and has no relevance to how we behave.

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In this regard, I wanted to share with you the last idea which I recited in the beginning sort of

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mohammadu masala in there are linguistic differences of opinion on this idea but the more dominant opinion which makes which is consistent with the theme in the IRS if you know some Arabic Mohammed Matata also last but that's the not the dominant opinion the dominant opinion is Mohammed little sola is ism when not listen, most often. It's an adjective, Muhammad the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam when levena who and those who accompany him those who are with him I should the were identical fell they are intense against too far. They are severe against too far. This is so easy to read now because you could call bush a cafe or this one that got her that when a governor in

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your harsh towards them. But you know what, with the Sahaba their mother was a Catholic. For many of them, their brother was a Catholic, their father was their own son was a Catholic. How could you read this ayah and think of your own son to be harsh towards him

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to be willing to kill him on the battlefield? What kind of Eman does that take reach Rama Giada read the end on your own with tsunami shaka laka Judo calm and you will never find a nation you know

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that you that truly believes in a lot you are doing them and had a lot of mutually engaging in a loving relationship with anyone who intentionally resists a line as messenger. What okay.

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Even if they're their fathers or their sons, and the iron goes on, if they're their brothers, their relatives.

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What is this the level

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apana with Allah took over everything else, everything else, all their other relationships were defined by who Allah loves. In this regard,

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and again, I'm going to share the last of sort of the next part of it but before I do, I'm going to share with you

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Allah, Allah lot, yes, heavy fear, a lot of fear a lot in the matter of my Sahaba. Let Morocco don't take them in a matter of disagreeing among you are arguing among you or criticizing them or saying, This is how we made a mistake. This is how he said this, he said that, be careful when you speak of them. mimbar The after I am gone family, I have the homes that we have, we have the home, whoever loves them, and he loved them out of Milan woman.

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And whoever hated them criticize them. Then out of my hatred, out of my criticism, he criticized him, he was criticizing me. What is the product of the sort of loss of his product is the human beings that he generated? These characters that he produced? What is the product of the product? The product of the Quran is the Sahaba these role models that in the beginning of

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Buddha being told why the cleaner home? I mean,

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why don't you believe like these people believe, look at their email,

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believe like them, because these were what the crowd have produced. And this is why I wanted to share this idea with you, but in the finished

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movie, and this is related back to loving.

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The prophet SAW someone said well, men at their homes could be the one who hurt them, then he has hurt me woman and then even more, the one who has hurt me he has attempted to hurt a lot, woman above law for us, Yahoo and Yahoo. And whoever attempts to hurt a lot I fear that he will be seized by Allah, Allah will seize him into the punishment. This is the honor the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave to the Sahaba now this is the Hadith. Now listen to the ayah when levena Mara who and those who are with him, who are they is the Sahaba on mentioned,

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I should rufaro hammer home, they are intense against the fall, they are excessively merciful among themselves, you find that a seed of this is from either an or an

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unexplained one part of it with another part. So they're almost kind of what Allah says and the legend, meaning

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they are a villa villa in the Quran is used in negative terminology and positive terminology. negatively speaking it refers to humiliated no self esteem. And a villa positively means so soft that you forget your own ego for the sake of the one you're you're engaged with. And this is the meaning here and sort of Milan

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that they are so humble, so soft towards the believers, you want to take role models and what Allah describes about those who are with Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam the first characteristic

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they are intense against the kuffaar they are excessively merciful among themselves and the meaning of excessively merciful is

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extremely humble. Somebody's arguing with you smile

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somebody is criticizing you thank him in your favor.

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Somebody spoke behind your back asked a lot of forgiveness several approaches are used

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no know don't even go to Him and ask Him to forgive ask a lot of forgive that person may go after the people who have hurt you not in their presence in their absence on your own. This is you forgot yourself. I didn't let in other women are exerting unintentionally they are strong. They are uncompromising. They are did this seem to show no fluctuation when it comes to the caffeine here? I want to pause for a moment because I need to clarify what caffeine means. Because I know there's going to be a question. So does that mean we have to be like when I sit next to my classic over

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my classmates and the Muslim Brotherhood

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you know, no, it's not like that. And it can fit in no Quran is very important term to understand. First of all terms in the Quran are not universal. Meaning one term can mean different things in different places in the Quran, depending on the context, okay. gaffer in the Quran also means farmer. In an analogy, catheter means one who buries like, literally caffeine is the one who buries to see the light of human but caffeine in Arabic terminology refers to a former and that's been using them also.

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But here caffeine and in Surah Baqarah just to explain this matter to you, usually you find this believer and in English when you think disbeliever you think someone who doesn't believe in Islam, so it must be everybody else was not a Muslim is my definition.

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But Allah subhana wa Taala said, and you probably know this is the beginning of

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him. And

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you know, it's the same upon them. If you warn them or you don't want them they're not gonna believe.

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If that's the case, then is there any point to give to anybody. If the profit is being told to them, even if you warn them where you don't want them, they're not going to believe

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If gaffa refers to everybody, then why is the Prophet calling anybody?

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Because Allah said they're not gonna

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doesn't matter if you call them or not. So caffeine is not the rest of mankind doesn't believe in Islam. Caffeine is specifically by by virtue of this is a detailed study in and of itself, but make it on your own child law, those upon whom the case of Islam had been established, they knew that this is in fact the word of Allah, they had no other place to go. Like Allah himself says, For No, God, are you going? Where do you have left to go? You've got nowhere to go. Why don't you think now, these are the people who after having no more excuses to go anywhere else, still out of their arrogance, reject still out of their pride or out of their desires, or their laziness, whatever it

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may be, they reject. These are the categories. And the only other category of capital that is definitive is the one who picks up a sword against the Muslim.

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If somebody picks up a sword against the Muslim, picks up arms against the Muslim whether he was given that or not, he becomes automatically under the category of caffeine and so we must be stirring towards them. Somebody who's running with you with a gun and you say, No, no, no, you have to give them has to be soft. No, no, not then you gotta be setting out and carefully. You follow. But mushrikeen are different because it's not Toba, which is the sutra of no mercy for the kuffar even in that so Allah says, we're in I don't know.

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If any one of the Michigan come to you trying to find out what is Islam is, give them space, let them find out. What is mokara mama until they hear the word speech of Allah,

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then let them reach a safe place, let them think about it on their own, that they make the decision themselves. So there is a distinction. And there is the danger in just reading a translation is this, that we come to conclusions that aren't accurate, even in light of the sun itself. So in any case, here was the kind of analysis I should that we're going to fall or hammer lubaina home, tell Oh, look, I'm sorry, I need to go off on one more tangent, which is the next one.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala gives a character of the Sahaba Well, I can no longer have Baba la como de man was a yellow houfy coup de como. Allah has made a man beloved to you, and he has beautified it in your hearts. He has beautified your mind in your hearts, what camera how equal and he has made disgusting to you. And Cofer one, four, so

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disbelief, rejection, corruption and disobedience to a lot he has made those disgusting to you. So the true believer is one when he sees because there's no fool I really want to do but I'm not gonna do it says I'm set by a law to get rid of this. He hates it. He's not tempted anymore. That's when the that's when he reached the man. When you're not tempted by evil you're actually disgusted by it.

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That's the man have done by a man a man has been made, beloved, that go for a walk. And that's what this what's been made disgusting to you. And part of the manifestation of these two together. You see a man has been made Beloved, and the believers who have been might have been made Beloved. gopher has been made hated. And those who stick on gopher have been made hated Also, notice what happens to you. I'm gonna give you an example. You're on your way all of us are on this journey to eat man. We don't have perfectly man.

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But you know, for the men here and you're all men. I'm not gonna say boys or guys or men.

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Before you turn to the dean and you were having your your partying in high school or whatever, right? You don't have to tell me. I know.

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You maybe were attracted to some Muslim women or you know the way they dressed in the cafeteria in the shower way. When you started turning countless Do you know what happened? They look ugly. And the sisters that are covered under hijab and you don't see anything. There's more beautiful thing you ever seen.

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I love beautifies email.

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They don't see any beauty in what do you get to see man? Right. But we we see beauty in it. We're mesmerized by how much she comes. I've never even seen her face. I want to marry her.

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Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala has put that lump of emotion in you. So that was a lion's mane halaal Allah means to put the love of that in you also.

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This is from the mercy of Allah subhana wa Tada. These are from the character of the Sahaba of the love and like nine they hated that which was in disobedience to Allah, they love that which was that which was in obedience to Allah.

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I want to give you one analogy

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Sahaba would come to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was one of the common questions they would ask, How much should we spend? was another question? What can I do to get the paradise? How many of these you find? What can I do to get the paradise? How can I get away from the Hellfire? How can I protect myself from the jungle? How can I you know, serve a lot better? Tell me something that will save me these were the questions. Go on an online forum for young Muslim you know students or go to an HDI session is chatting

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Hello, can I eat this? Can I get a mortgage? Can I get? You see a difference in line of questioning?

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The questions were, what more can I do for a lot? Now the questions are what can I do for me? What more can you make a loan for me? I want to make my life easier, right?

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How can I build make this into paradise? So people are asking how can I make the next life paradise? The difference of paradise?

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I would give a talk on you know, sacrificing giving in the way of a life and I get a question Brother, do I really have to have a beard? Or is it okay if I shave?

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Even if I answer that question, it's not the matter that you know, we shouldn't get into discussions.

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But the line of questioning represents something in your heart you don't ask about something you don't care about. You care about these things. This is what your heart is preoccupied with. Our heart needs to be preoccupied with how can I get to the agenda? What What more can I do for a lot? What am I What am I doing for a lot? Is that enough? Have I fulfilled my obligations to Allah? What can I do more for Dharma? What is Dharma? How can I embody what was said? What was given in the planners as role models for that one? How can I better my salon? How can I give more in the way of what to give how to give? These were the questions that were asked because people were concerned

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with building the next real estate not here. They were concerned with the paradise. So now that describes what they look like that all homework and so you will see them rook and Fujairah is beautiful Arabic terminology there in plural, Rocky and Sajan oxygen, okay. But now they are this is sci fi now. Can you be concise at the same time?

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It's impossible, right? allows us to cancel each other there.

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You see them in Scirocco, he didn't say Luca and was with Jaden. That will be you see them in record, and you see them inside that. So what does this mean? These are actually states of being states of character that Allah subhanaw taala is describing. You see them bow themselves down like a law system when he he,

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like those who have bought themselves out, you will find them that in Surah, Allah subhanaw taala makes the call to the believers. Yeah, you know, I'm a little girl what you do. Right? May cuckoo make such that it makes sense that you see in Salah also, just by by your show observation, you see that record somebody who doesn't know what prayer is, somebody is humbling himself, right? But say that somebody is humbling himself a lot more. So what do you see? You never see them in a state of Allah either you see them humble that you're humble themselves, or you see them and even more submission.

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Either they're engaged in the Lord's work or they're really engaged in less work, there's no other thing. Yeah, and then we're all done we're alleged to be standing sitting or lying down all the time during the remnants of a lot. The only matter is what the intensity of it is, but it's all the time

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there's no weekends there's no time off. There's no like you know, on aid we just kind of like laid back after Ramadan. Everybody has done

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three days of just chillin and partying and PlayStation and whatever else right? There's none of that because regardless, would you then why are humans

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beautiful if they are seeking energetically in who he is to seek energetically enthusiastically felt colombina law the blessing from Allah follow means blessing is a week you know English words follow and it does reward you know, you make Salah you expect a letter awarded Fazal is you're asking a lot of give you something you don't even deserve. Allah Just give me I know I don't deserve. So they're seeking the blessing of a lot more than what they've done. They're seeking the mercy of Allah, the blessing of Allah What if wanna and on top of everything else, they are seeking his contentment that will not be pleased with them. This is the ultimate father of Allah. You know, this reminds me of

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endocervical I know I'm big on tangents I'm sorry.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says at the end of

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your major we are estimate draw for unknown or fildena or hammer

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caffine in the Arabic in a probably in an average transition you'll find forgiveness forgiveness and forgiveness are synonyms of forgiving Firefly now often the Navajo Nation shows mercy so forgive us forgive us and shows mercy How come and all three of them have to do with forgiving right showing love showing mercy? How can we see Terms of Use for for Allah is lovingly overlook our mistakes in this life. When we are doing work for you or love people fall short. People were looking those mistakes lovingly on the Day of Judgment won't fit on our cover our mistakes are for the attribute of allies to cover

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right Warhammer and shows mercy and interest into the paradise. You see on the Day of Judgment the believers are described that they are yes or no home by now it will be a man him.

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There's a light of a man the real faith coming up from the front and the light of their good deeds what they did for the sake of luck.

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from the right, and they're in the dark, they're working towards the paradise. But you know what, that's not enough to get them there. Their image and their good deeds are not enough to get them there. So they say our banner ads

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are not complete for us our light.

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What happened in the current condition and show us mercy you are upon all things powerful. So in the end, you need a lot of light to get you there. This is why when they get to the paradise they say Alhamdulillah Allah de hodeida All praise belongs to Allah. All thanks belongs to Allah who guided us to this paradise when I couldn't I didn't get here, we could never had guided ourselves. Lola and had an ally had not been Allah who guided us.

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So these are from the character, the things I'm trying to share with you regarding the Sahaba is they were conscious of where they're heading. Everything they did had this outlook, you guys are in your careers. Now you're in your studies. Now. Why are you in this study that you're in? Oh, I like it. What is a lot like for you?

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And you know what, one of the big problems I see personally it's a Christian disease in my opinion, and it's injected itself into the oma. I really want to memorize the Quran. I really want to learn to read, I really want to learn physics, I really want to study that. See, I I, what does Allah want you to do?

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This question has disappeared almost. What is the need? of you? What what capabilities do you have? And how can you maximize them to your full potential, even sacrificing what you might want to do? Because may that may not be the priority, that may not be the need. The need may be something you don't have a you know, inclination towards. But it's a need. And Allah subhanaw taala is asking if you have it.

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I'll give you an example. I hate talking to strangers. Personally, I hate talking to strangers. I'm sitting in the train, getting you know, I went to Peru to do some paperwork. I came back I'm sitting in the Long Island Railroad. There's a white guy sitting next to me, you know, trench coat suit, regular corporate guy, right, the rush hour and 45 minute train ride. I'm sitting next to him. And I'm like, Well, I really don't want to talk to him. I really want to talk to him. Right? Cuz he was cursing on the phone. And I said I you know, I was discouraged. But then I'm like, but then on the Day of Judgment, whether I like to or not, Allah will ask me for these 45 minutes.

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And he was a financial analyst. I could tell Yeah, The Wall Street Journal, or whatever. So I'm like, What can I talk to him? What can I talk to him about? I gotta find something I see like a newspaper on the floor, I think was in New York Times. Pick it up, open up the financial section, and they go, I have no idea what financial market is okay. There's no idea. The markets crazy nowadays. Is it? Yeah. It's just unbelievable. Yeah, start talking. 45 minutes go by, he shows me the picture of his daughter and how he left Catholicism. And he's searching for the truth. And he invited him to the machine. He's making his whole family in ChildLine, a couple of weeks to come to

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the machine. But I didn't want to talk to him.

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I didn't what am I trying to tell you, the Sahaba didn't care for what they wanted. Even in the matter of the shutdown, we'll come to you and say do this you're really good at it. Hey, learn to recite more 20 hours just learning to recite, forget everything else you got to do for Allah. So in the end, people martial lighters is really really good. You got to figure out what your the sleeves allies, the master. So what you want to do for our lives even dictated This is what I'm trying to convey to you. And this is what the Sahaba understood. This is when they gave their pledge of allegiance to this little muscle lunch. And then they said fiercely while you're filming cha cha,

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they said in difficulty and an easy will follow you whether we're inclined to follow you or we're not inclined to follow you, we will follow you.

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This was their character. This is what we need to really, really understand. Because then you'll see what happened in Christianity and the continuing deterioration of Christianity is you go to church and the way they invite you to church now is we're gonna have a dance party or we're gonna have a festival or we're gonna have a pen yada or we're gonna have you know, a balloon sale or whatever they're gonna do these all these, you know, fun things, right? And they're people come to church, and they feel good about themselves because they had a good workout. And they're, like, know, doing all kinds of things, which make them feel better about themselves. So create Christianity to keep

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its audience it's now what is doing is not what you can do for God. It's what God can do for you. And that mentality at a much lower level at this point, and inshallah it'll disappear, it won't increase is seeping into the minds of Muslims. What can Islam do for me for what can I do according to my inclination, or come to what I want to do for Islam? This is one thing we have to be careful because the the mandates of the Sahaba were dictated by the sort of loss of license dictated by the Quran, whether it was of wanting to go to Medina or not, whether he wanted to leave the company of the prophet or not, I would assume he loved the Prophet so much. He didn't want to leave him, but he

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understood he had to go. So he went

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to do now I'll give you this example of the love for the messenger. So he's sitting with a little muscle allows him

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and the machine can come in they start cursing, cursing his wife cursing his sister cursing his mother out

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kinds of obscene language. He's sitting there quietly, sobbing.

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They said, I'm not gonna move like this. They start cursing, this little line has family. So look

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at this. He got up enraged. As soon as he got up, the prophet walked away

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and said, forget these people, why am I wasting time responding to them? Let me go ask my my beloved left, so he ran to us last night. So I asked him, what's the matter? Why did you leave? He says, so long as you were sitting there.

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The angels were standing around us, saying Abubakar Allen Huck is on the truth. He's on the truth. He's on the truth. As soon as you got up there also away and I don't sit where angels don't are not in my company.

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What am I taking from this example? What am I telling you? Why did I get up from what he thought was the appropriate thing to do for it was dean, right? But even that was curved. You don't even decide what to do for Islam, other than what the prophet is instruct civilizer This is the kind of sub This is the kind of perseverance and consistency we need to develop in ourselves this discipline, not only name, you know who you are, like, so what are you doing for Allah, Allah as well, here there on the side? Everything else is on the side. This is what has to be done for slavery to last established. This, you know, your schools on the side, oh, by on the side, I work full time. On the

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side, I'm taking 12 credits. What I'm really doing is I'm serving a lot.

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This needs to be our prerogative, this is what the Sahaba were like. They weren't just, you know, entertaining speeches. And they weren't just people that we just hear about, there's Oh, there are so great. What can we do, they had laser beam shooting out of their eyes, and they were bulletproof. And there was no kryptonite at the time. So, you know, it's not like that there were human beings. They were they made mistakes.

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They made mistakes. And the prophet SAW someone corrected them, they fell, and then they got up and they walked again, because they knew they couldn't stop going, they couldn't stop moving towards their journey. So we need to be clear on our resolve. And this ayah Allah subhanho wa Taala says, CML hunahpu him in Sri sujood, you see the markings on their face from the impact from the consequence of making

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some Sahaba were of the opinion that is a mark that appears on your forehead from siesta. Some people in the later generations actually, like the Shia, for example, this is regular practice a group from among them, but even from answering that people did this, just to become part of this ayah they would put like pebbles on the masala and then when they go says they're like, give a little rub. So over time, they got a little mark here, like, ah, I gotta guarantee I'm going to paradise. That's not what's being referred to here, even our vessel, the longtime alojado had the from what I understand the closest opinion, he said that this is referring to those who reflect the

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fear of Allah and the love of Allah on their face. And he used this from the Hadith of the solar system, which is reported imagine, I'm going to read it directly out of here, man, Castle Rock Solid, and we lay hands on our childhood now.

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The one who exceeded his Salah in Korean in the night that his face becomes beautified during the day, Sema home people came in. So you will see the markings on their face, you will see the signs on their face from the effects of doing such that you will see them as people of size that you find, particularly among our youth, brothers and sisters, the more we learn, the more arrogant we get, the more argumentative we get, the more the harder to deal with we get, the more intimidating we get.

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But if we are people that are being described, like the Sahaba are being described, and the more we learn, the more the sign of signs that should be on our face. Humble are always ready to be corrected. We're always ready to be you know, to be criticized.

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They were ready for it.

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Again, tangent on top of

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his walking, he's a middle comedian. He sees somebody drinking in his house. He's picking it. He jumps in the house,

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breaks it

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and grabs the drinking in my my room. You wake up

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and the guy who's drunk he goes, Well, I broke one rule. You broke three. He's like, What do you mean? Well, first of all, you shouldn't be fine with that.

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Right? Second of all, you should not when you come in.

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Right? And third of all you did one you assume that I was drinking I could have been drinking anything. Would you assume from the look of me that I was drinking? Right? Ah, then you can hear me no one. Stay away for the most part from one from assumption. Okay.

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Here's this, let them go. walks up. Leaves doesn't say anything. Just leaves.

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Head of State open to criticism. A couple of months later, he's giving advice giving advice. And that man walks into the crowd. He sits in the back of whatever topside

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ends, he calls. It goes he goes in his ear. You know, I never told anybody about you and the mangoes from him. And I stopped drinking from that day.

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But this was the character of the Sahaba even though we didn't

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People were so beautiful. See, even he had his anger, he went out of control, he realized it, and he stopped himself immediately. So the fact is, we will make mistakes, but who of us will acknowledge our mistakes and stop and go back.

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So now that you can master that, such as their example, in the Torah, one method, one feeling good. And their example in the NGO is cancer in a soldier shop, as

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it is this analogy is that of a seed planted into the ground by the farmer. And when it comes out, it's just a little tiny, weak little, you know,

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object, right, it's like a blade, then it starts strengthening and thickening. And it rises higher and higher becomes more obvious to others before you don't see it. It's like, you know, something you step on, you don't even realize it. But as it becomes higher and higher, people go around it, and as it becomes more beautified flowers, and when it comes to its full bloom, then it becomes a matter of beauty, particularly for the one who sewed it. If you ever worked on your backyard, I don't think you do more. Usually older people do that, right? When they tend to see it and they see the plant grow in a month or in a week. They're really proud of that plant. Who is the farmer in

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this case, in this analogy, it is.

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The Sahaba were at that time nobody considered them significant. Nobody knew what their worth was, and even their development was taking place, right. But as the times grew as difficulties grew, as the winds came as the Hurricanes came as the storms came, and they kept growing and they kept moving forward and they kept moving forward with their development your G was so far, the farmer is so you know impressed with them. Lee Bobby, he will confirm so that the kuffaar the disbelievers can be disgusted by them. You see in the Quran, there is the system theme, and there's one but then

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there's the one that this analogy of the planet is referring to the companions into the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But the style of the Quran in a couple of places is at the end of the analogy Allah subhanho wa Taala will go back to the actual matter which was being given an example of so at the end of the lemon to the kofod directly, instead of giving another analogy to make it clear that the previous analogy refers to the Sahaba refers to Mohammed little symbol muscles, obviously, as the ayah begins. Anyway. So the kuffaar so the kuffaar can be disgusted by its growth by their growth. Well, I don't know 100 in Amazon, where Amazon hadn't been home, Allah has promised those

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who truly believe and engage in righteous deeds from among them, this main home is very important. The Sahaba we agree are all among except for those who are the Prophet himself identified as what are your own other than those we assume, and we believe that they're all sincere.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala keeps them in check even then. So he says he has promised those who have Eman and do righteous deeds from among them, not covering up their mistakes

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and a huge reward, as it would be what they got

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much more than what they ever could imagine. Huge, immense, great reward. Great payback. This is what Allah subhanaw taala has promised to the Sahaba of the love and who is married.

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Now, lastly, inshallah, and I'll stop at this point.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam has been described, and salata, hareem yo ma 11 nebia.

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On the day when Allah will not humiliate the prophet and those who believe that

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this is an ayah that should give us a clear understanding of the greatness of the Sahara. Allah has promised that he will not humiliate those who stood with us to Lhasa Larissa, the only two I had revealed on the seventh heaven, are the last two Ayat of Surah Baqarah. In those ayat, the first entity honored is the lawsuit of a lot of anonymous Hulu developments, Eli Eli hemara be here, Bobby, who's the second entity honored

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when me noon, and those who believed. So the Sahaba have been honored on the seventh heaven in the only two that were revealed. There, all the art came down on the earth. But this is at the incident of Mirage, Josiah came, and even then the Sahaba of the longtime animals were honored. So we need to take them as our role models, we need to study their lives, to try to understand the level of commitment and sacrifice that they had. And then to seriously try to analyze what was their mission? And how did they go about it? What exactly was it? What what give them? You know, what was their spirituality a means in and of itself, or an engine of itself? Or was it a means to something? Why

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were they so committed to a lot why we're constantly being told to sacrifice and give up and remember a lot in the middle of the battlefield. They're being told. Angels are with you. In the middle of the discussion of unfiled. There's a disagreement among the democrats are raising this issue and some you know, Sabo didn't know too much raise the issue, saying you know, we should get some balance. You know, buddy more than booty that

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The Mahajan are getting second I have sudo in front in the moment when Latina de la Lu, the true believers are those when the lies reminded their hearts tremble way that

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man when he recited their mind goes up.

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And upon the rock, they put their whole trust.

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to embody the characters of the Sahaba we need to become a people of sub, we need to become a people of commitment needs to become a people of resolve that we will dedicate our lives to the service of Allah, Xen, and everything else must revolve around this work.

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So inshallah Tada, I pray, I asked the last panel today that he gave us the courage and the commitment to follow the legacy of the Sahaba the language, I mean, I asked Allah subhanaw taala that He forgive our shortcomings as people that are trying to serve Him, and make mistakes constantly, that he overlook our mistakes and take the good from what we have done, and that he keep purifying our intentions. And he helped us to purify our intentions. So no criticism or no praise gets in the way of us doing the work of a lot that we only do work for him. And for no one else. If I've said anything incorrect, I asked her apology in advance. If I've said anything good and true.

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It is only by the mercy of Allah.

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Sure, there aren't any

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one at a time, please. Okay.

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He said fast.

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He said, basically fast,

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do what Allah has prescribed as a solution.

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He said something else too.

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Yeah, I think it was remarrying fast or fast.

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the Hadith, thus, the narration is in my notes, so I'll have to give you another time. But I'll give you the text of it from what I memorized. In Nevada consolata.

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Allah is pleased with you with three things. And he dislikes for you three things failed while ago, and he likes for you. And that will do who would like to show you the shader that you enslave yourself to Him, and don't do shelf with him of anything.

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That's awesome seems to be happening. And that you hold on to the rope of Allah altogether, when at affordable and that you don't differ among yourselves, for yaku. And then he dislikes for you and plead our on that you communicate you pass forward that what you heard,

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meaning you heard something and you just pass it forward without verification. What gets a lot of swell and asking too many questions. Whatever. I don't mind and hoarding of wealth for the sake for the love of wealth. These are the three things that Allah does not like for you

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that they don't differ amongst each other. So they still remain united.

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Because, like,

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for a long time, you said that

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Oh, really? That's a problem. Yeah, that wasn't until very recently. But I still didn't really know.

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It's fairly clear.

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It becomes clear from contextual analysis. So you will find it internationally like Amanda Sophie stuff, she was a linguistic pursuit. Right. It's a classical linguistic proceed, you find some mentioned a minimum, even confuse work and autobus work.

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There, this matter was more of a technical, theological discourse outside of the Quran,

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are all non Muslims cafe, there's everybody going to hell, et cetera, et cetera. And they were like, issues raised regarding those matters are clear.

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We're not talking about people's salvation here. We're talking about who to take as an enemy in this world. That should be clear first and foremost, right? To those have been made very, very clear in the Koran. Like for example, the IR can talk about gasoline in the market are late looking at

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early makinalari just warning. People do this people do that you do this, be warned the word of the Hellfire and they will be cashed into that.

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etc, etc. But before as a term and, and their criticism as a people specifically of the wish to call it comes in late mechanical on when they had sent their poets and their poets were defeated when they're intellectuals and said this is not the word of a human being when there was no way out for them intellectually to go anywhere else is the truth. But Islam, then what a lot of pastors are verdict on them was this issue of gophers that they're now they're in a state of, right.

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Secondly, kuffaar, as a term to fight against and to take his enemy has been used in the IR to refer to the battles, you find them so on file, you find this lotto bar, you find it in Florida, you find it around, sort of Accra also, wherever you have mentioned of the battles. So you'll find that they return so that's why I gave you two instances. Now the beginning of sort of dakara there's three categories of people very famous, right? This believers, believers, disbelievers and hypocrites. The classical hypocrites is the sons of Islam.

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And the contemporary apricots are the people that say they believe what they don't really believe. Right? Both of them know the truth. That when you swallow the truth, because the law says Yachty Punahou, they recognize him that they recognize their own sons. So they know the truth, and the munafo know the truth, and knowingly if they reject and they become from the capital. This is why when surah toda came down, or might have been hotjobs comment regarding pseudo Toba was before the surah came, there used to be men would not have been careful.

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After the surah came, there's only one in cafe.

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What do you mean by that he meant that the molossia, Allah has exposed them so much that they shouldn't be under any assumption that they're Muslim, they should be cleared out that they're either on this side or the other. Okay. So this is this is something that has to be it's a sensitive study, but if you study put on as a cohesive text by itself, these these issues become very, very clear.

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You probably are familiar with the idea that there are several types of See, right, there's the Cirrus lavenders rule, like even concealer, which is famous for common audience nowadays. But there's the

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there's the seed of the the interrelationship between ions, and themes that are presented them that have presented themselves in different places on how to take them comprehensively. And work on them has been done more recently than has been done before the early work had been done on it. But certain issues weren't a major concern in Muslim civilization, like they are now. So more than even traditional scholars have done more work along these lines more recently, than they had done before. So it should be you know, one of the common, I feel this misnomers is that you should reject any contemporary scholar, what he's saying because he's a contemporary, you only refer to the classical

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scholars look at the content, not the person speaking. Look at the evaluate what they're saying what they're, what their proofs are, how they're coming, how sound their judgment is, and then make your decision instead of just categorizing this guy's from here, or he's not he was born in 17th century, what does he know? And this one was from third century so he probably knows a lot more. That is true, they didn't have more classical knowledge. But sciences, particularly Islamic science also developed over time. And I just want to give you one example of that. The issue of the miracle of the Quran,

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there are divisions among the scholars of what the miracle of the Quran is. One category of them said that the language of the Quran is a miracle. And they did extensive work on like, learning, for example, Mama, Mama, who later became more physical, but that's a whole other story.

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These scholars, they did work on every idea, like they will say, how come this word is placed before this word is placed? After How come the synonym wasn't used? How come this was used? So they were in their approach, they were in a sense, atomic, like they would look at each eye as a miracle. And describe the linguistic features of the contemporary work shows how the sutras, how they're paired together, how they're like, there's an order in the Quran, which seems random, is actually very schematic. And there's a flow in it. But this is more contemporary work. work was done on this like, you know, 40 5060 years ago by traditional Automat themselves, but that's still significant amount

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of work, which is an area of study that we haven't had not dive into before. So

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just as a simple response, there are still things being said about the Koran that don't contradict our tradition, but rather enrich so that that should be kept in mind.

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open mindedness is a good thing.

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So that again, please.

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It wasn't a button.

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This is after the conquest of Makkah.

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No no.

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Why are you gonna bring up temporary marriage? Like can of worms like cans of worms?

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Too many questions leave one at a time.

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I'm off duty. So good.

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Luck FICO will accept our gathering for his sake, Allah subhanaw taala keep mine and your intentions pure and be able to remove any ill feelings when we have to bring each other in our hearts.

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So I'm ready