Omar Ibn Al Khattab R.A – His Leadership, His Legacy, His Death – The Firsts

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Mirror Image shaytaan nano Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen whatever Elana Ilana by the mean when Akeeba to determine Sakina Allah masala cinema botica avocado silica Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are the early he will be he will sell them to semen Kathira your brothers and sisters as we come now to the final lesson in the life of Amina Mohammed or the Allahu taala. I'm who I want to emphasize that you could literally spend 50 or 60 weeks with our model the Allahu Anhu. And you would not finish his Sierra is extensive in every way you could learn Taqwa from our model, the Allah harmful piety from Allah. You could study Islamic history through or model the Allahu Anhu

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because as we talked about last week, in that decade of his Khilafah, Islam spread to almost every majority Muslim country that we know today, you could talk about his Eman and his lessons in faith and truth seeking, you could talk about any of the virtues that we covered in the second lecture of our model, the allowance add on who you could also talk about legal precedents, the thick of our model, the Allahu Anhu is understanding the entire idea of nacoss the Sharia the higher objectives of Islamic law based upon the decision making of Amato the Allahu Taala and when his Khilafah and all of it would not be enough to sufficiently cover this man will the Allah Tada and whoa, so what I

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want to do tonight in sha Allah to Allah is I want to get to the circumstances surrounding his death. But before that, I want to speak about him from the perspective of his leadership and him seeing himself and the owner seeing him as the shepherd of this flock. Truly the line, the shepherd of this flock as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, every one of you is a shepherd. And every single one of you is responsible for their flock are all model the Allahu Tada and who was the shepherd of this ummah. And he is rightfully called me. I mean, the first person in history to be called the commander of the believers. And by the way, that was from the Philip apobec It'll be a

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lot of time on home, and it just fits him so perfectly. I will back it all the time. And her was his title was khalifa to Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam, the Khalifa of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I will back it all the Allahu Anhu understood that, you know, instead of it being khalifa to khalifa to Rasulillah is civilize, on the Khalifa Burj Khalifa of the prophets lie Selim, and then the Khalifa which means successor, the Khalifa of the Khalifa of the Khalifa Rasul Allah sai Salem, then you should find some other title that fits this position, and so on model the Altana and who was the first person to be addressed with this lofty title of Ameerul Momineen, the

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commander of the believers, and when we look at his Khilafah, we find that one of the things that made him such a worthy Khalifa, such a worthy leader was that he never felt worthy. Never in his entire history as a Khalifa did amaro de la Tada and who feel like he belonged, that he feel like he had arrived. From the very beginning one he assumes that he left and he was so exhausted from the very start, when I look back at all the Allahu Taala and who appointed him as such, to the last moment of his life when he is laying in the dirt and he is breeding his last role model the allow to animal did not feel a sense of entitlement to this lofty position, and that's why he was so good at

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it. Allah subhanho wa Taala made him worthy due to his humility because the more you lower yourself, the more that Allah subhanho wa Taala raises you And subhanAllah as I was reading through these moments and trying to choose the incidents to illustrate what it means to be a shepherd of this ummah, you know, panel up from the very beginning when he gives his first hope. But as he stands on the men button, he realizes he's standing on the place that the prophets lie Selim stands, he says, I'm not worthy to stand in the place of the prophets lie Selim stood. So he gets down and he says, This is where apobec stood, while the Altana I don't belong in the place that apobec it on the

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outside and who stood so he gets down to the very lowest step and he addresses the people and Subhan Allah, that is where he makes this dua to Allah subhana wa Tada in his inaugural hookipa Allahumma inni la ephone for CO Winnie, we're in Nisha Dejan Fellini, we're in the Barrhaven for satiny, oh Allah I am weak, so make me strong. Oh Allah, I am harsh, so make me gentle. Oh Allah, I am miserly or I may be stingy at times, so make me generous. This was his Gerardo the Allahu Anhu as he assumed the position of leadership over this and we know that our model the Los Angeles Khilafah is defined by Justice, so much so that a tyrant would fear Allah but you would never fear tyranny from our

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model, the Allahu Tada and who you never had to fear being oppressed by Allah

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Allahu Tada. And so I wanted to go through some of these things Subhan Allah and first and foremost his sphere of Allah, with the OMA, his fear of Allah with the Ummah and being asked about the Ummah because that's ultimately the fear that he carries with him. At the moment of his death, almost all the time. One time he asks a man and Pharisees are the Allahu Tada and we said, Am I a king or a Khalifa he said, if you take from the land, or the money of the Muslims, a dyrham or less that does not belong to you, then you're a kink.

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And if you uphold the rights of the Muslims, and you don't cheat them, even with a dilemma, or less than you are a Khalifa and Amato, the low tide started to weep and he started to seek refuge in Allah subhana wa Tada when it came to the people that are middle the low tide, and when we asked about Subhanallah look at how noble he is. He said, Well lie if I live long enough, I will not leave a single widow from the people of Iraq in need of anyone but me, she will never need anyone else. I want to take care of the automa of the widows of this ummah, I want to take care of the orphans of this ummah, all the time, who was exhausted of the thought of the animals Subhanallah one time he

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walked up to a camel, and the camera looked exhausted. And he put his hand on the camera and he said, I fear that Allah subhanaw taala will cause you to testify against me on the day of judgment and he started to weep. He said, I swear that if the sheep dies on the shore of the Euphrates, I fear that Allah subhanaw taala will hold me accountable for it on the Day of Judgment. That was who he was. And this is what he imparted upon the OMA one of the authentic narrations from our model, the Allahu Tada and one of the things he said to the believers is so profound, and I want you to think about the ultimas over the last few weeks, he said Tezzeret Ramona and naka mcmeen on Wi Fi

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come what mean on their

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testimony, I'm not gonna let me know when you consider yourselves to be believers. What FICO mean on JR and you have a hungry believer amongst you. So his admonishing of the OMA as well as admonishing himself and I'm the labrum is a little the Allahu Tada and who says and the most frequent verse that you would hear or model the Allahu Tada on who recite and that tells you a lot about a person. Right the verse that he would recite so frequently, what he meant half on a farm or a behavior on the tongue. What he meant half AMACOM Robbie, Jonathan and for the one who fears the standing before his Lord is to gardens, he was so afraid of that standing before Allah subhanho wa Taala and being asked

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about those that were under his care, so what did he used to do? He used to seek refuge in Allah subhana wa Tada. He used to worship Allah subhana wa Tada. He used to ask Allah for help. And you never saw a model the allotted time during the day except that he was walking between the people and their marketplaces and around tending to their needs. And you never saw him at night, which is going to be the bulk of our discussion before we get to his death, except that he was walking through the streets and caring for the members of his ummah. He was also a man of Shura, and this is something that's very important because the prophets lie Selim said that almost all the Allahu Anhu was what

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from the Mohammed the thorn those who are divinely inspired towards the truth? Amaro the Allah Tada and who was so right, that the Quran agreed upon agreed with him on multiple occasions. Now at that point, what didn't you have a chip on your shoulder? That the Quran came down in agreement with me? Right that the prophets lie Salem would praise me and say that I am like a man who the angels speak to wouldn't you have a chip on your shoulder, but almost all the Allah Tada and his Khilafah is marked by what Shura? He used to see consultation from people. He used to first and foremost consult who they said he would consult the sabich on the first Muslims, he would look to the people of

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better and then after the people have bedded who are the best people Those were his, his most frequent people to consult he would look to Quran to the people of the Quran. He looked at the people who memorized and who lived the Quran and then he looked to the youth and this is something that's very important by the way, that almost all the Allah Tada and who used to consult young people in the OMA and this is something that Imam Asili Rahim Allah Tala was once giving colorbond. We know Imam is already by the way, great Hadith collector, the first person to formally collect Hadith in this OMA and he stood up, and he addressed the youth and he said that, you know, and for

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second, don't belittle yourself, because when almost all the Altana Andrew used to face a difficulty, and when he needed to consult, he would call the young people around him and he would seek their shoulder he would seek their advice, because he saw sharpness and purity in their thoughts. So almost all the time, and who would uplift the youth in his own map, and he would seek their consultation, and he would put them in a high place Subhanallah this was part of his wisdom and creating succession.

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him in the air in the arena of knowledge in the arena of policymaking in all sorts of things. We also see that almost all the Allahu Tada and who had a great preference to elevate to the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we mentioned that when he went to Jerusalem, he put who in charge.

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You guys should remember this idea of the Allahu Tada on home. And subhanAllah there are so many different narrations in this regard. One of them which is a which is a beautiful one that I came across that, you know, one time a man complained to a little the Allahu Anhu about it, you know, the Allahu Anhu. And then enough of Omar, the most ordinary person could bring the chief of the sahaba. And say, I want judgment, including our model, the Alon who you could bring on model the Allahu Anhu in front of it in front of Shura in front of other companions, and say, I have a complaint against him. And that companion would have to sit and have to listen and have to be impartial. Even with the

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Khalifa sitting in front of them. So in this situation a man came and he brought it up. Nobody thought about the Allahu taala. I know he said to Amato the low tide I know that I have a complaint. So I'm on the old title, and he called ideal of the law over and he said, Come up with Hudson. He called him by his Konya. I will Hudson and he set them both down. And amaro the old town, and he judged in the favor of the other man. This was something that used to happen frequently amongst themselves.

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And I do the low tide and who looked upset.

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So I'm not on the low tide. And he was afraid. He said, he said, Yeah, yeah. But Hassan. He said, Do you feel like I wronged you? Did I did I not give you justice in this regard? And he said, You didn't treat me and my opponent equally. So I'm going to the allotted time, who said what did I do wrong? And he said, Yeah, I mean, I mean, you called me by my Konya, you called me abolhassan. And you called him by his first name. So you were not just to the man, when you called him to sit next to me, so look at the way these people think. Like there was some favoritism in the way you called me over. Because you didn't say ID and call the man by his first name. You said abolhassan, which

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means there's a connection there. So I'm going to the Altana and hope he breathed a sigh of relief and he kissed it about the Allahu Tada on her on the forehead. And he said, may Allah Subhana Allah Allah never allow me to be in a land where I will hasten is not May Allah not let me dwell in the land that Abbot Heston is not meaning I need this man. Next to me. Abdullah Ahmad, the Allahu ta Noma, he talks about the favoritism that armor showed to the people of the household. So some of those eight are the Allahu Taala and Houma the beloved one, the son of the beloved one of Rasul Allah so I sell them and I'm the loving Omar noticed the way that armor was treating him and Amato,

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the Allah on whom I said to him, that look,

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Osama is more beloved to the Prophet, slice alum than you are. And the father of Osama bin Zayed was more beloved to the prophets why some than your father,

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some bad news eight, Osama was more beloved to the prophets like some than you and by the way, his father was more beloved to the Prophet slice alum than your father's. So he would always give gifts to some of them say that all the Allahu Taala and Homer, he would treat him in a certain way. One time Abdullah Ahmad the Allahu taala. And when I went to the house of our model, the Allahu Tada and home, and he knocked on the door, and I'll know the law I know didn't answer his own son.

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Then as he's walking out and her saying all the Allahu Anhu was on the way to the house of Omar

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and of the love No, I'm going to tell him that he's probably not home because he's not answering.

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So I'm going to come out afterwards and he tells her saying, Why didn't you come to me? I was waiting for you. And he said, Well, I saw your son on the way out. And he said that you weren't you weren't taking anyone at that time. He said, No, no, you're different.

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You're different. He treats him even better than he treats his own family. Why? Because this is the beloved one of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So his idea of Shura, his idea of preference, his idea of love is fully guided as well, by this way that he loves Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu it he was send them the concept of Oh cough, the concept of the endowments was a theory that started at a very minimal level with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But it was under a model the low tide and hope that this concept grew, where people were donating their lands and setting up endowments to take care of the travelers to take care of the sick to take care of the

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orphans and the widows. That was all under a model the Allahu Taala because he called out to the Muslims and he said, listen, Who amongst you will donate his garden for Allah so that it won't just bear him fruit in this life, but it will be a means of his success on the day of judgment. And he said here, this is the

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garden that the prophets lie some gifted me on the day of Haber. I'm giving it to Allah. I'm giving it for the sake of Allah. And so the Sahaba started to come forward and they started to donate their gardens. For the sake of Allah, it was from that, that this concept of oak off actually became a system in the OMA. So that's from the wisdom and the and the foresight of Omar or the Allahu taala. And, and as I get to now, you know, subhanAllah, the way he suffered with the Muslims.

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You know, one of the things that happened with Amato, the Allahu anhu, the man who had 14 patches in his garment, is that he got to a point where he no longer had any money to take care of himself. So he consults the Sahaba even on that, and he says to them, Listen, what am I entitled to? Because I no longer have any earning coming to my house. So what am I entitled to from beta? And Matt, I don't want to wrong anyone. So some of the Sahaba they said, Yeah, me. I mean, you know, you're entitled to a fine garment, you're entitled to all of your meals and your family's meals, you're entitled to a riding animal, and whatever you need to conduct your affairs, your armor, whatever you need to

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conduct your affairs as a museum, I mean, sorry, the Mosaic Law, the Allahu Tada and he said, you eat and you feed others. That's what you're entitled to add to the Allah Tada. And he told them two meals, the Khalifa of the Muslims, you're entitled to two meals from Bateson.

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Amato, the Allahu Anhu went with that opinion. And then he asked them he said, Well, what about his clothing, they said that you have a winter cloth and a summer cloth. So one for the winter one for the summer, and an animal to take yourself to Hajj, enter Onra and then your regular stipend that any Muslim receives some bits of math and our little the Allahu Anhu like that because he said, I'm only one of the Muslims. This was the Khalifa of the Muslims And subhanAllah the stories are so many we mentioned when he went to Jerusalem and he said Allah and Allah had a phobia and Why did Mr. Amin Allah purify this garment from the money of the Muslims? I'll share with you this one story that one

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time some perfume came to him from bedding

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and he said I wish there was someone that could that could wait the contents you know like how strong the perfume is the Musk is if it's how how concentrated it is.

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An article whose article by the way, you guys remember this from the hospital last night?

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His wife and also this. The daughter is a good mom, the sister of sideburns eight. Okay, so article been saying about the Allahu Taala and how she says, I can do it. I can wait for you and Amato the law. And we said no. She said, How come? He said, Because I'm afraid that you'll take some of it and you'll put it on your neck or on your hands. And that way you'll take more than the other Muslims would.

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He wanted to give it for the sake of Allah spent I don't even want this much to come on you.

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Because it might be volume, it might be a form of transgression that you take more than the other Muslim. So this is the way that he was about the Allahu Tada. And this especially showed in ama Ramada which is known as the year of ashes, where the famine hit the OMA so strong, that they were praying janazah on 10s of Sahaba every day in Medina, and people were coming from all over asking for help. The animals were starving. The animals were actually attacking people so that they could eat so it became just a dangerous situation for the Muslims and Islam or the Allahu taala. And he says that we were afraid that amagno Cotabato the Allahu Taala on who was going to die HeMen been

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Muslimeen out of his worry for the Muslims. So beyond just the physical toll that it would take on him and all the Allahu Tida on home. We were worried that almost all the Allahu Taala and who was going to die HeMen been Muslimeen because of how much worry and anxiety he had over the Muslims. And he used to make this dua Allah Allah Tada and halacha Omata Muhammad Allah,

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O Allah do not let the destruction of the OMA of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam come at my hands. It's not only Allah Tala and who said, we were making your app for the famine to end, not because of the pain of the famine, but the fear of losing our model, the law unknown to the famine, like losing Alma would have been worse to this famine than losing anyone else, including ourselves. So we were so worried that we were going to lose him at all the Allahu Anhu he changed colors because of the deprivation that he experienced. His body changed are the Allahu Taala and who he took an oath by Allah subhanho wa Taala that he would not eat from any yogurt from any from any milk, any butter

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or any meat until the people could afford them and take care of them as part of other people feeling sorry for him they would buy him things and so there was once a man that brought on middle of the low tide animal a piece or a can of yogurt for him and said to him yummy no money I bought this for you as a gift I want you to eat from a nominal the low tide and who gave it away and charity. And he said I don't like to eat what the Muslims can eat. And he was one sitting and as he was sitting, his stomach actually started to rumble. And this is something Subhanallah that I want you to think about that Amato the Allah Tada and he was sitting in his home and his stomach started to rumble so much

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that people would hear it and all he would eat was what whatever oil he could find whatever he could, whatever he could get off of the lid of something, some bread sometimes and that was that was it. And he had this famous thing that he would say to his stomach, he would say, Arthur. Hola to Carter wala hidden touchbar Yes, I'll try to Muslimeen

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he said rumble or don't rumble. He's talking to his own stomach. He said go ahead and rumble or don't rumble. But I swear by Allah that you will not be full until the children of the Muslims are able to eat. That's a leader. That's a shepherd refuses to eat what his own Ummah cannot eat. People would bring him meat and amaro the Allahu Tada and he would say to them, I will not touch this meat until every single one of the Muslims can afford to eat me not having it. People would bring him gifts of fruits and Amato the Altana and who would take the grapes and one by one he would he would he would take them apart and he would start handing them to the people outside and he would not even

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take a bite of those grapes. Or not all the time. And one time he even comes home and there's a narration spell about his son and his son had a piece of watermelon. Now, these concepts come to life really when you're looking at these stories, his son had watermelon and amaro the Ulla on her wachsen and his eyes get big. And he says, What is this? If you mean yeah Kotobukiya the son of Ameerul Momineen eating watermelon and the time of Ramadan, this time of famine, and he starts to chase the sun around the house to take the watermelon from his hand and his wife says to him Jamar, he purchased it from his own money. He purchased it from his own money and amaro Allah Tada and he

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says, until the children of the OMA can eat this, it shouldn't be eaten by our children has to go out there and all the Allah Tada unhide this famous saying Allah cavia Nini Shatner Raya either lamea misogyny Mamasan he said, How can I consider myself to be a shepherd of this ummah, when I am not touched with what my flock is touched with all of this idea of responsibility for the Ummah love for the OMA care for the OMA comes from satan or Omar, all the Allahu Taala and who and this was his attitude in all times, and the time of the famine. And otherwise, that amaro the Allahu Taala and who hated that he would eat what the OMA could not eat, or that the owner would suffer what he

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himself would not feel. If an ambassador the allow Tata and Houma he says that one time we were had and this is changing the culture of the people. And someone had been Omiya he made some fancy food for him and it was on a platter that was carried by for months. So these four men that were servants carried the food over to him, he's immune limonene and he used to do Hajj every single year.

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And they put it in front of him and then the four men retreated and they started to stand on the side. And a little the Allahu Anhu looked at them and he said to the fine, he said, aren't they going to eat?

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And he said, None of this is for us, not for them. And amaro the low tide and he took his stick and he pokes a fun he almost knocked him over. And he said, Who are you people to give preference to yourselves over the servants and amaro the low tide and he told all four of the men he said sit down this isn't hedge he said sit down and eat and they were they were shy they're like is he seriously so sit down and eaten all metal the Alon who stood and he assumed the place that they were assuming this is the leader of the Muslims whether they were Muslim or not Muslim this was how our model the Allah Tala Anna was in front of the the examples in this regard are so many I literally have about

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30 stories in front of me. I can't go through them all. You know of governors that would send Amato the law I know a special dish and I'm going to the low tide and who would send them back a really mean letter

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about why they're sending him a special dish because a letter of the law annual considered it a form of bribery. Don't send me this stuff. Don't send me these clothes. Don't send me these dishes. Take care of those that are under your care and be the way that you are so that when you meet Allah subhana wa

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You are not taken to task. And so the most famous thing that he becomes known for while the Allahu Tada and home is his night patrols. And these night patrols, if you remember, there was an incident with apobec Hero, the Allahu Anhu. Just so you know, that Omar was constantly trying to live up to Abubaker.

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Right, attacked him and John and that that's what he said, you've exhausted anyone that comes after you. Because no one can be as good as you remember that time that almost all the law and who followed apobec Hero, the Allahu taala, and who out when he was the Khalifa, and he found him serving an older woman. Look at what that did to him.

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Don't have no obey the law or the Allahu taala. And he said, one time I saw a while the Allahu Anhu leaving his house late at night. And he kept on going to the same house on the outskirts of Medina. It's almost an identical story, by the way. And he said, so I got curious. So I followed him one night to see which house why keeps on going to this particular house. So he said, I went there. And in the morning when our model the Allah Tada and who left I went inside and I saw an old woman. I knocked on the door and an old woman answered, and she had a disability and she was also blind. And I asked her, I said,

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Who is that man that comes to you?

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And she said, he's, he's a man who just likes to do his power. He never even told her. He was the Khalifa. He's a man who likes to do height. He's a man who likes to do good. He comes out. He cooks for me every day. He cleans my house. And then he leaves. Pamela Amato, the law of Thailand who

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taught how to the law? And he says, How long has he been coming to you? She said for years.

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years, panela years, the man who is the most powerful man in the world and now commands the responsibility of almost every major city in the world. For years, he was making an appointment to come out to my house, and to cook for me and to clean. And you never even want to bother to say to her that he was admitted with money for huddle, the Allahu Anhu. He said, I put my my head down. And I started to say, what the heck he thought hello to you. Oh, tada. Trying to follow or find faults with our model the law? No, like what a shameful act that you did. Like if you had any lun any bad suspicion inside of you about this man, what a man about the Allahu Taala and hope that with all of

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that responsibility, he was still finding time to do that. And this was following in the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and in the way of his predecessor Abubaker, so D for the Allahu taala. And so what are some of the other famous instance with Amato, the Allahu Taala and probably the most famous one is one that involves himself and his wife on consume Bintelli may Allah be pleased with them, um, consume was the daughter of Addy and Fatima, or the Allahu Taala and Hannah, and the wife of America, Pablo de la han. And one night on top of the low tide and who goes out and he sees this wool tent. And it was the first time that he sees this tent and he sees this man that is sitting

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outside the tent looking nervous. And he can hear a woman in pain screaming in pain inside the tent. So I'm going to the Allahu Anhu says Salaam Alaikum Masha know what's going on? He says, Does Allah fit more? Go ahead? Just leave. He didn't know who he was. Be on your way. Thanks for asking. But please go away.

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I'm out all the time, who said can you tell me what's happening to the woman that's inside the tent? He said, Zach, can you please go?

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Like you're annoying me now stop asking all these intrusive questions about me almost all the time. And he said, Can you just tell me what's going on with her because I'm hearing her screaming and pain, what's going on with her?

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And he said, you know, my wife is giving birth. I'm under the law and who said Is anyone there inside with her? He said nope. So mashallah the man sitting outside while his wife is about to deliver a baby all by herself. There's no woman inside, no nurse inside, no one to help her. She's just going through the pain of labor by herself. So almost all the time he goes home, and it's late at night he says to Uncle Sam, this is how he presents the opportunity to Uncle Sam. He says do you want to accept a good deed that Allah subhanaw taala is presenting to you like you want me to tell you about a great opportunity for you have heard of Ajit not like come on, woman let's go we got to

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help someone out. Like he's telling I'm gonna film there's a there's a good deed there's reward for you. That is waiting for you. Do you want to participate in this reward that Allah subhanaw taala sending your way? So she said of course. So he said Come with me. There's a woman that's delivering and Amato, the Allahu Anhu he says What food do we have in the house so she points to some flour on the outside and he takes the flour and he takes some animal fat. He carries it together. He is the Khalifa of them.

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slums walking with Uncle Sam are the Allahu taala. Anna, the First Lady of the OMA, right? The granddaughter of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, the daughter of it, you know, the allow and hold the wife of Rama, or the Allahu taala. And home, and they go to this house.

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Omar says, This is my wife, she is going to help your wife out. The man says Go ahead. She goes inside on chromosome is helping this woman deliver a baby. I'm out all the time I'm home. He says help me set this fire.

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They're getting some work together, setting the fire out all the time and who starts cooking. And as he may as he's making the food for this man, this man's a bedwin He's just traveling through Medina. He has no idea what's going on here. After that his wife delivers inside the time. And she says, you know uncle phone calls and says yeah, I mean, I don't mean, congratulate your friends. Congratulate your new friend on his baby.

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And the man goes, I mean money.

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Like somehow I forgot that I'm having a baby. Wait your your honorable hottub your immediate nominee? Pamela that was the extent to which he would do so. And I'm literally alone. And he said don't worry about it. Don't be afraid. He said Help me put this food into into some plates. And he said that tomorrow come to me. And inshallah Tada. There'll be some some payments for your newborn child something to help you all along with your newborn child. So this is all metal, the Allahu Anhu literally going out at night to take to literally deliver babies with his wife. For a traveler, that is unknown and Amato, the Allahu Taala and who is unknown to him. Now, what gets really interesting

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with these night patrols, and I think is often missed beyond the inspiration of it, because I want it to be practical as well. Is that our motto? The law on who derived policy from these night patrols? He derived policy from these night patrols. What do I mean by that? I've obeyed all the Allahu taala. And who says that one time Amato, the Allahu Anhu was walking and he saw an old blind man who was begging. So he tapped him on the shoulder. And he says, Which of added kitab? Are you? Which of the people of the book are you meeting? Are you a Jew? Are you a Christian? So he says to him, I'm a Jew. And he says to him, why do I see you begging? Why are you begging like this? And he

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says to him, because the jizya has become difficult on me in my old age. The Jizya was the tax that the people of the Book paid for protection in Lusaka. And it was even less than this accountant time Lama. But he said, it's hard for me to pay the Jizya. And I'm an old man and I can't take care of myself. I'll model the Allahu Tada and who takes him to his own home, he says a husband I mean, can Jizya fee shabby, but fee shabby, Baetica. From Allah Yanaka fee, chimeric said, we took the jizya from you when you were young, and then we lost you when you were old. No way. He takes him to his own home. And he cares for him in his own home. And then a little the Allah Tada, and who calls for

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the keeper of beta man. And he takes the mantle and he says, Take care of him and make sure that he never has to beg again. And make sure that the elders from the people of the book from added to Kitab never are begging, we have to take care of them. We're not going to punish them because they're elderly. We're not going to take the jizya from them and then lose them when they are old. They're also entitled so he's deriving policies while he's doing these night patrols. One of the most famous incidents in this regard is that one time he was he was walking by a house, and he heard a child crying. And he saw a fire that was coming, you know, from outside of the home. So he said,

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Yeah, hello. Oh, people have lights or people the light because he didn't want to say yeah, no, oh, people have the fire. So he said, Yeah, hello, oh, people have the light. He said, what's going on in there? So the woman calls out and she says, My baby is hungry. I'm not alone. And he says, you know, why don't you feed him? Because it was a breastfeeding baby. Feed your child, nurse your child. So I'm out all the time. And he starts to walk away and the child yells louder. And she's holding her baby and she's doing this. But she's not feeding her child. So I'm under the law and who comes back to her? And he says audibly reflect. Why don't you feed your child?

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And she doesn't answer him. I'm not on the law on homos away. And the child screams louder. So it comes back and he says, Will you breastfeed your child? You know what, what a bad mom, you are? Would you breastfeed your child? Why are you torturing your child? And she says to him, the Anoma you don't fit the flow 14 When a young fifth level there. She said it's because she doesn't know it's Alma. She said because Omar gives a more generous payment to the child that is wings than the breastfeeding child when our model the law on who distributes from beta man.

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He had a higher portion that he would do

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To the child when it was older than when the child was still breastfeeding. And that did not fit this woman

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Amaro, the Allahu taala. And who was so ashamed of himself,

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listen to the amount of narrow for the Allahu taala. And who says he said Omar came to Federer that day.

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He was holding his beard and he was saying way hacky of

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woe to you open hip hop. And even for the Allahu Anhu says, That day when we prayed Federer behind him, he was weeping so much that we didn't understand anything he read from the Quran. You imagine how much that incident shook him. We did not know what sutras he just read in the Salah, because of how much he was weeping all the Allahu totternhoe.

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And our little the Allahu Tada. And he was saying, How many children have you killed? That's what he's saying to himself. How many children have you hurt how many children have been killed because of you, you have no Hapa. And so after he finishes the Feds of Salah, he says to them, tell your women do not wean their children early. And they're going to receive the same amount of money both ways, whether it is 15, or while they are whether the child is still breastfeeding, or the child is older. So he's changing his policies on the basis of what

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on the basis of this interaction with the people Subhanallah he's amongst the people. That's one of the greatest lessons that we learned from him of leadership when they talk about ivory tower and disconnect and you don't understand the condition of your people are unmodeled Elon who literally walks the streets of the OMA at night,

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and adjust state policy on the basis of what he is encountering from the pain of his alma mater, the Allahu taala. And one of those other times that he changed the policy, by the way was one time he passed by the House of a woman and the woman was crying. And she was saying lines of poetry about being lonely. And armor understood that this was the wife of a man that had been sent out in data. So what is our model the law and when do he goes to have some of the law on how his daughter in the middle of the night?

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And he knocks on the door have sold the law and has worried like, why are you coming in the middle of the night? Is everything okay? And on the low on who says, By the way, I just want to ask you come to spirit Emre Zoji Ha, how patient can a woman be? Or how many months can a woman be patient when her husband is gone?

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That's what she came to ask me.

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And she said, you know, 1234 months is when it gets a little excessive.

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When you send out people in battle, and they're gone for four months, it gets tough on her. So I'm not worthy a lot of time on her. What does he do the next morning, he prays a lot to the editor and he announces a new policy that when anyone is sent out in battle, this is in the middle of you know, all of these, you know battles with the Byzantines and with the Persians. He said that no one should leave for more than four months

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Subhanallah he's adjusting on the basis of what hearing that woman complaining about her grief when her husband was gone for so long, in a noble cause, and Jihad FISA beat Illa and of course Subhanallah

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the they go on and on and on and on, you know, on one of these situations I just the end of the story because it's a long story, that Islam of the Allahu Tada Anhui says that one time I'll model the Allah Han who he saw this, this hungry family at night, and he spent the entire night collecting food for them. And then he went and he started cooking for them. And he was carrying everything and the smoke was coming through his beard as he was cooking for this large family. And a slum or the Allahu Anhu said, Yeah, I mean, let me carry these things for you. And he said, Are you going to carry my burden on your piano? Attack me? No, I neoman piano

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Subhanallah that's the fifth of Arma you're going to carry my burden on the Day of Judgment. This is my burden, while the Allahu Tada on home. We also find that our model the Allahu Tada on home, has moments where night patrols went wrong. How did night patrols go wrong? Alma was so tall, that sometimes he could see over the walls.

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So he had to lower his gaze when he was walking.

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Right? And this is actually Subhanallah something that was very unique to him other people, right? They they'd have to put their hands up and they actually used to measure their ceiling. Some of the historians they used to measure their ceilings first and foremost by saying if I put my hand up, can I touch the ceiling or not? And then I'll try to build over that. I'm not only Allah Tada Andrew was this are their walls, right? Alma was so tall, that he has to put his head down when he's walking in the street so he doesn't accidentally see into people's homes. And so sometimes he heard things that are not under oath or the law and who said that one time we were walking. And we heard these loud

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voices inside of the door, and it was very clear that people were basically partying. They were drinking alcohol and they were partying. So I'm literally alone. So I grabbed my hand and he said, Do you know whose house

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And I said, No, I'm under the law. And he said, This is the house of Obeah. No may even have. And he said, they must be drinking wine right now. What do you think? Now that amount of narrow for the Allahu taala? And who said, I think we'll just sue. You're not spy on the people for cut to just fly to just Cessna over cottage acesta.

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So, you know, Allah tells us not to spy and we just are spying and we are assuming things of them. So we should leave them alone. So I'm under the law. And I said, You're right, let's go. Let's get out of here. And another time I'm on the allowance I actually saw a man and he heard some singing and he heard some, some poetry and he heard all these things in our middle the low on Hassan old man and he was drinking wine and doing some other things that he should not be doing. An on little the Alon who shouted out to him and said it tequila, fear Allah, shouldn't you be waiting for your death? This is what you're doing in your old age. And the man said to him, No, you had tequila, you

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should fear Allah. You don't have a right to spy on me and my privacy. And amaro the law on hold, puts his head down, starts crying and he goes when he says yeah, Allah, he's right.

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I can't spy I'm not supposed to see this stuff. I'm not supposed to know. It's panela the man cleaned himself up and he he felt so ashamed of that incident with Amato the law. I know that that was a night actually that he made Toba and he started to be regular in the masjid. So there are numerous narrations in this regard. And one of the things that are modeled the Allah Tada and who used to say to the people that were traveling with him at night, he said that know that Allah subhana wa Tada has servants, who cause some falsehood to die by ignoring it, and not giving light to it by mentioning it.

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So you know, sometimes you're gonna hear things you might suspect things. When we're doing these night patrols. We're out to take care of the OMA we're not out to spy on the ummah. And that's actually something that's very important when you're asking about people. In what spirit? Are you asking about them? And what spirit? Are you asking about them? Are you asking about them in a way like, oh, have you heard about this person? We haven't seen them for a very long time.

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Are you asking about them from a place of concern. And the greatest story been the Lightoller that we'll end with when it comes to the night patrols is of course the time that our little the Allahu Tada and who went out with Islam. And as he was traveling the night he overhears a conversation between a mother and her daughter.

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And the mother is telling her daughter to mix the milk with water.

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Okay, and then to sell it in the marketplace. And she was a widow. And that was an orphan girl. So it was just the two of them. So she said take the milk, and mix it with water and then go sell it in the marketplace because this is how we're going to make a living.

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And the daughter says to the mother, that oh my mother. Don't you know that Amato? The Allahu Anhu prohibited this. I mean, he stopped us from doing this He prohibited us from mixing the milk with water because it's a form of deception. She said why Aina Omar wears armor

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and she responds yeah on may not come to the theater who Fianna Well, Hollywood officer, oh my mother. I'm not going to obey him in public and then disobey Him. In private in Canada. I'm rely on him find out how Maronna if Alma doesn't see us right now, the Lord of Amara sees us.

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And amaro the law on who hears this entire thing.

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So Islam, he says that amaro the law on hotels, me, Mark that door.

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Alright, mark that door. He goes home that night, he gathers his sons. He said, Who amongst you needs to get married?

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So how he didn't see the girl. He didn't want to punish the mom. He said, that voice is a voice of tequila. That's a voice of piety. So he said Who amongst you needs to get married? So his son awesome. was the only one of his sons that was not yet married. A little the Allahu Anhu says, All right, come with me. After Phaedra they prefetch it. He takes a son awesome. He knocks on the door. And he asks the mother if her daughter is married or not.

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And he proposes on behalf of his son awesome. To that young girl, the daughter of that mother who said where's almost anyway? And subhanAllah it was through that mom that she would give birth to a daughter named Leila. And Leila was the mother of Amara bin Abdulaziz although the Allahu Allah Subhan Allah that incidents

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is the incident from which I'm not even I'm that Aziz was born

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was almost hearing

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that young girl of Taqwa that would become the eventual grandmother of Ramadan, the disease of the Allahu Tada. That's incredible Subhana Allah that was the way that Allah put Baraka in his thought blessing in his thoughts. And look what the OMA benefited the first Reviver of this ummah, the First Majestic of this OMA comes from that one incidence.

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And when we talk about Amara being spoken to by the angels, I'm not only a lot of Tata, and who wakes up one day, and he says, Oh, how I wish to see that young man from my descendants, who is going to fill the earth with justice, after it's been filled with injustice. And he said he has an interesting scar on his face.

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panela that was what he saw in his dream. And the dream of Amato the Allahu taala. And home would come true, everyone thought that it was going to be beloved, the son of Abdullah Omar. And instead I'm going to address these when he was a young man when he was actually a young boy, a horse kicked him in the face. And he had this car on his face. That was exactly what I'm literally allowed to describe, in his dream, and he was the prophecy of that dream of armodafinil hotta all the Allahu Taala and imagine Subhanallah Amara just walked past that woman's house and said, You know what? Let me teach that. Let me teach the mom a lesson.

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Pamela, imagine if Amato the a lot of children who did not take that particular action on that day. Now Subhanallah when when we get to the fitna, we get to the death of our model, the Allahu Tada. And it's important to point out a few things. Number one, are amaro the Allahu Anhu was Khilafah if you lived in Medina at that time, right, this was the golden age. Okay. This was the time where you knew justice was being upheld internally, where you knew that Islam was spreading around the world, where you saw the hate the good coming back to Medina, Medina becoming a center of knowledge. unlike no other center in the world. All of these things are happening, the development of the oak off the

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development of the endowments, everything the prophets lie some talked about that would come to pass in terms of good is happening in the thedata abominable hubbub. Well, the Allahu Tana, but then Amato, the Allahu taala. And one day he stands up, and he says, Who amongst you remembers what the prophets lie some told us about fitten

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about the trials and tribulations and her Deva or the Allahu taala. And he said, and I follow ChemiCon I remember exactly what the prophets lie some said about and fits in what he said about the tribulations. So I'm gonna go to LA and he says in Kerala, he luxury.

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He said that that's both of you to say that so what did he say? So are they follow the law I know responding said fitna to Rajan fee Ali he were one of the he was very he to cafiero has Salah was sadhaka but Maroof he said when a person is tested or you know the fit and that come in a person's daily life of their families, their their spouses, their children, their money, their prayer and their charity, and they're enjoying good expats. All of the trials and tribulations that come as a result of that caught Elisa, have he read? He said, That's not what I'm asking you about data. He says, Well, I can read Lottie temotu kaomoji. Back, he said, I'm talking about the fitten the trials

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and tribulations that the prophets lie some talked about, that would hit the OMA like wave after wave after wave after wave. I'm talking about the heavy Fitton, those trials and tribulations that the prophets I seldom

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talked about.

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And he said to him, Lisa alayka behavior meaning

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you don't have to worry about it. I mean, not many Beynac Robina Bob McCulloch, there's a closed door between you and all of that Pfitzner SubhanAllah. You are a closed door. Or there is a door between you and the fitna I mean not many amaro the Allahu Anhu said you accelerate Bab Oh, you have to.

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Will the door be broken? Or will the door be open? Carla kotula Baiyoke sir, I said Sam rather the door will be broken. Amato the Allahu Tada and he started to weep. And he says in Allah he will in elated Raja rune for in who either quisiera lamb you've looked at that.

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He said, If that door is going to be broken, and it's never going to be shut again. And Amato, the Allahu Taala and he buries his face in his hands crying. He gets up and he leaves the gathering and none of the Sahaba understood what just happened.

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Everyone's looking at this exchange between Amara and her they fell and they're wondering what just happened? What did they discuss what door are they talking about? Why did amaro the law and who suddenly cry? What does he mean the door can't be closed after it is

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shattered. And afterwards today for the Allahu Anhu explained that Amaro, the Allahu Anhu understood that he himself was the door. And what Omar was asking was, was he going to die? Or was he going to be killed?

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And so him the door being broken means that he is going to be killed in our model, the Allahu taala. Understands that that is going to set a wave of tribulations of Fitton

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that he was a barrier between the OMA and that Fitton And subhanAllah there's so many wisdoms for them. I mean, almost all the law on who makes the perfect leader. Literally, when you think about leadership, almost the law and who is the perfect leader? He establishes justice. He doesn't allow nonsense to happen. You know, in fact, when the fitness started on under the time of Earth model, the law tied on hold there was a man named say beef. And we'll say we used to be one of those people that would spread rumors and cost fitna in a community. And in the time of a little fella, and he was starting to spread rumors and start slander and start making things worse and a little the low

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tide I know he lashed them, and he deported him. You got rid of them. Let's say bfma, Toba came back to the community. And when the fitness started the time of Earth model the a lot I know they went to say beef, and they'll say beef, pulled up a shirt and he says see these Alemany original slaughter. The righteous man taught me a lesson. Don't even get me started. I'm not interested in the gossip and the rumor mongering and the things that will start to bring tribulation to this OMA so I'm going to be alone on who was a door between the OMA and the Pfitzner in his leadership style and in the fact that when you establish justice in that way, Paladin that Justice transcends every single

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system and every single group within the ummah. However, I'm not only allowed to and who knew that his time was coming near and he had these two dots that he would make the most famous one. Allah Hamada zucchini shahada 10 fee Sibenik What do I know T fee Baladi Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam,

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O Allah grant me martyrdom and your costs. And let me die in the city of your Prophet have son Abdullah would say to Allah, how are you going to die a Shaheed in Medina? Battles don't happen in Medina, right? Maybe in Persia? That's where we're hearing the stories in Persia and a sham with the Byzantines Are you gonna die? Shahid in Medina, he said, If Allah wants it to happen, it's going to happen. That's in your app. That's truthfulness in your app. He just kept on making the drop. He wanted to die the death of a martyr and he wanted to die in the city of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had another Euro. He said, Allah Allah Tada I'll cutely Allah Yeah, the abdomen

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such as the lack of such that when you had uni Bihar Yama, Yama, Oh Allah, do not let me be killed at the hands of someone who prostrated towards you he made so due to you that he would argue against me on the day of judgment with it, meaning don't let me be killed by a believer. So Subhanallah his dua is to be killed by a non Muslim in Medina as a shahid?

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Three things that seem completely impossible.

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Right? But that's the DUA amaro the Allahu taala. And so how does the shahada come about? It starts with a man by the name of Abu al Medusa, whose name was pharaohs. And Ebola was a captive from the Persians.

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And he was particularly taken by Molina and ashore, but now our model the Allahu Anhu. In his wisdom, he did not like that there would be captives in Medina, because obviously, you know, things could get messy in that regard. So he didn't like that there would be captives that would be brought back to Medina, and that that would become a threats and internal threat to the community after these battles. But Molina shorba asked for Ebola in particular, to be with him in Medina, because Lula was a skilled craftsman. He used to make weapons of war.

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Right. And so he's someone that offers a particular unique service. And so he comes in, and he works under Molina in a short while the Allahu taala. And now I will not complain too, I'm going to hop over to the alt tab and I'm going to be low Anna was a just man he doesn't spare Molina we actually find other incidents where he takes the lead on a short lead to task takes Mohammed Muslimah to task takes the harbor to task he does not show injustice, because the person on the other side is not Muslim or have a lesser class or in anything, anything of that sort. Right. But I will not complains that, you know, the commission that he's taking from the weapons of war

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are too much. It's too high. And I'm working too hard.

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So I'm not only a lot of time, I know he he takes his complaint. He weighs the evidence on both sides and a lot of the a lot of time on who comes to the opinion that it was a fair commission that he was taking from

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The weapons that he was providing through the raw materials and things that were coming out of it, which was for dinner hummus. So although the law on hotels him

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that, you know, it's it's not an unjust salary that he's taking a portion that he's taking from you. And at the same time he tells an elite shorba to be lenient with him to be just with him. So do not, you know, do not overdo it with him, Be gentle with him and be lenient with him. But I will note No, I was enraged by just that judgment.

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So he goes back, and he swears to himself that he's going to kill on top of the Allahu taala.

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And Amato, the low tide I'm home, is walking by him one day in Medina. And he's making all of these different types of things. And one of the things that he would make was windmills, he would make these spears and he would make all of these different crafts. So I'm not only Allah Tada, and who walks by and in a nice way, he says to him that I heard that you do these things very well.

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Can you make me one of these also?

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And I will assess to him. Yeah, I mean, I mean, I'm going to make one for you that the whole world is going to hear about

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panela so what you know, he's threatening him.

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In a nice way.

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Ahmad is not illiterate, or, or naive in the situation.

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Almost all the time. I know. He walks away, and he's laughing as he's walking away. And he says, Why then he will cut.

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He just promised to kill me. So the Sahaba say to him, Well, why don't we apprehend him and why don't we kill him first? He says, Yoko, do you want him to be killed over a suspicion? He said no, absolutely not. That's my hunch from him. That's my sense from him. But it's the opposite of Allah subhanho wa taala. Whatever happens as a result of that. So I'm not worthy a lot of time and who says, Let it go. Now Subhanallah there are these dreams that then start to happen, dreams of other Sahaba and dreams of Ahmed. The first one is very interesting, because it comes up in Jerusalem, elfin Malik, or the Allahu taala. And he says, during the life of our vectors equal the law, I saw

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this rope that was hanging down from the heavens, and the people were trying to reach it. It's a panel of the many dreams of Alma. So he says almost all the time, who was three times the size of everybody else, so he grabbed on to it easily, and he ascended. So I said, How come Amaro, the Allah I know is the only one that can grab the rope and can ascend. And it was responded to me, because he is the Khalifa of Allah on this earth, when I have Omotola and he does not fear the blame of a blamer while you're telling Shahidan and he will be killed as a martyr, so three things he's a Khalifa of Allah or rightful Khalifa. And he doesn't fear anybody. He doesn't fear blame from anyone

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else. And he will be murdered and killed as a martyr. So alphaB nomadic went to Abu Bakr, this is still in the time of the bucket. And he told him the dream and Rebecca said, Call Omar and tell him what you saw. So elfin, nomadic calls on top, and he tells him the dream and our motto, the law and who says that's a whole lot for someone to see in their sleep.

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Like a sleeper you saw all of that in your dream. And that was it. Oh my God alone who didn't entertain anything beyond that. I mean, he fears Allah subhanaw taala he's been given all of these glad tidings from the Prophet slice on them, but for his own Teskey right. He wants to keep himself humble. Hello, I remember we were talking about Jerusalem. When Amato the law on who first went to a jabya. I offered nomadic or the follow on who was there, an elf says that Ahmed called me over.

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He said, Remember that dream that you had in the time called Beckett?

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He said to him, yes. But you told me that you didn't seem to really be interested in hearing it.

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He said no. And I was just, you know, I wasn't I wasn't serious about that. He said, As for becoming the Khalifa. He said, I'm thinking about your dream since you shared it with me. And that time he said as for becoming the Khalifa. He says that already happened. And he says As for the second part, he says, Well I don't fear the blame of anyone but ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. But he said the third part,

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he's asking him what his kids used to say to him. How am I going to be killed to heat when I'm in Medina.

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Right. And he's he's just kind of speaking out loud and thinking out loud, not questioning Allah subhanaw taala. But it's very interesting, right? He's coming out to a shaman. He's seeing these people that have been in battle all this time and you know, how am I going to be killed? I wonder how I'm going to be killed as a Shaheed in Medina. So that's the first dream. The second dream is from Abu Musa lashari on the Allahu Anhu. And what a beautiful dream. He was in a sham and he woke up in the morning and he calls the people and he says that I saw an interesting dream last night. I saw that I had horses and crops

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and then they started to disappear.

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So good things

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started to disappear. And so he said, I took it and I went to this Jebel to this mountain. And I saw Rasulillah Salam and Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu standing in the distance and amaro the Allahu anhu, standing and looking at them

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and also Allah sai Sam is trying to Allah, come to me.

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cross cross over here Subhan Allah so He sees this dream of the Prophet slice that I'm telling him standing with a bucket and telling Allah, it's time for you to come this way.

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So when Musa he saw that dream, and they said, why don't you write a letter to Omar, telling him what you saw and he said, I don't want to be the one to break the news of his death to him. This is clearly an indication that he's going to Dyson and indeed Subhanallah that time that was actually the year that almost the law on who would die. And here's something that is very, very interesting. Our model the Allahu Tada and who would die only a few days after returning from Hajj.

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All model the Allahu Anhu did hedge every year of his Khilafah 10 years in a row.

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And he was in Hajj. And the Sahaba describe a model of the Allahu Anhu raising his hands and alpha that year, saying, Yeah, Rob, caboodle Sydney. I've gotten old walled off at 40 and my strength is leaving me one touch automaty and the spread to the world. Take me back to you while you're pleased with me Oh ALLAH. It's probably as if he knew he's calling upon Allah subhanho to Allah and alpha 10 years in a row 10 hedges in a row. And he's saying yeah, Allah. I've gotten old now. My time is running out. Yeah, Allah take me back to you. While you are pleased with me. pleased with what I have done with your Oma.

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He gets back to Medina from Hajj. So the incident with Abu took place right before he went to Hajj. He gets back to Medina, right after Hajj and he gave only one holds about between Hajj and his martyrdom.

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So it's the head June the 21st of the Hijjah. Yamuna Juma. 23 years after the hijra, and Amato the Allah Tada. And when he stands up and he says a Yohannes oh people I saw a dream. So now I'm not only Allah on who saw a dream as well. He said, I saw this dream, where a rooster came up to me and it picked me twice.

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And then the people said to me that you should appoint a Khalifa.

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So I'm not all the time who said I interpreted this to mean my death, but Allah will not cause his religion or this ummah to be lost. But he said, If I die, then the Khalifa is to be appointed by those whom the Prophet Seisen was pleased with when he died, meaning the leftovers of an ash machine. The leftovers of those that were guaranteed paradise so Amato, the law annual now himself has seen a dream that he interprets as his death.

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Then comes the day of his death. So it is the 23rd of the hedgehog.

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So lots of feathers

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and all not all the Allahu Taala and who walks in and he's 63 years old just like the profit slice on the 63 years old when he died just like Rebecca will the law on home was 63 when he died and there are multiple narrations I mean, you can imagine how many people narrate the incident of the the assassination of Amato the Allahu Tada and in how many people were in the masjid when Amato the Allah Tada and who was assassinated that live to record it in history and tell the story. The most extensive narration is from Ahmedabad, Mamoon or the Allahu taala. And,

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and he says that on that day on little the Alon who came to salata, Fajr

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and I was standing in the second line, and there was no one between he and I, except for our beloved Ambassador Lila hotel and Homer palace. So imagine so lots of budget, the message of the prophets lie Selim, you're standing in a second SFX or model, the Alon who's leading the salah. He said Even ambass was in front of me. And I was standing right behind even a bus

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and he said amaro de la Tada and home before he would lead the salah. He would walk between us and he would straighten up a rose

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and then amaro the Allahu Tada and who went to lead the salah.

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He says Allahu Akbar

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and insalata fudge and by the way, of course, it was dark. Why? Why would absolutely choose salata Fajr to assassinate him because you can't see anything? Infigen it's dark.

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So amaro the law and who's leading slots and Fajr and I'm praying behind him and he said he read suit at us.

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And he cried a lot as he read suit with us.

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panela what an amazing you know, experience like imagine praying behind a model the alarm

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No slotted feathered he's reading Surah Yusuf and he's crying reading so to use of any said he used to love to read through the use of feathers. So this was something that our model DLR and we used to do in a lot of Legends.

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And then a model the a lot of time and he went into the core, and he went into sujood and apologia he had made this dagger that he sharpened from both ends, so he could stab both ways. Amato the Allahu Tada I know when he poisoned both ends of the dagger, and he was hiding it under his cloth under his cloak, and he was praying because even though he wasn't a Muslim, right, it's Fudger no one can see anybody else.

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So we waited for him to go into salute. And as he was Institute Ebola attacked him,

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and he stabbed on Radi Allahu Anhu with that dagger up to nine times.

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stabbed him in his back, stabbed him in his front stabbed him from asides, and the worst wound was right in the stomach of Amato de la no so after he hit him enough times and a little the Allahu Anhu was was laid out. Then he stabbed him the hardest right in his stomach under His navel.

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And Amaro, the Allahu Taala on home, he gasped.

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And he said, patella, Neil killed the dog killed me. He knew he remembered that incident Subhanallah from that moment when he walked by him, and he recited what can amarilla he Adora Nakamura Rasul Allah right away Quran comes to his mind.

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And the affair of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah was a decree to come true apobec LDLR ended his life with Quran with Nando de la and after Ahmed will end his life with Quran when he talks about a suburb and the submitted hola patients being at the first strike. The first thing that comes to our model the law on whose mind when he stabbed is what Quran. This is the decree of Allah subhanho wa taala. Now, except for the people that were right in the front, the other people in the message didn't know what was happening. So people were saying Subhanallah out loud thinking that amaro de la and who forgot to go to the next position and salah

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and the people that were around almost some of them started to help and then some of them went to pursue a boo boo.

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And Amaro, the Allahu taala. And what's his concern as he's laying there about to die? He grabs the leg of Avraham narrow for the Allahu Taala at home, and he says suddenly been Nasi, Adrianna finished the prayer of drachma.

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It's kind of like get over here and finish the prayer. That's his concern.

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Under economic growth, he goes up and he quickly he reads through it, there's co author, and a second rocker, and he quickly finishes up the salah. In the meantime, Ebola, he goes out of the mezzanine, stabbing people on the way so he kills nine people on that morning, and he wounds 13.

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And just as he's getting through them, eventually the people apprehend him, and they throw a cloak on top of him. And as abolutely realizes that he's surrounded by others, he takes his own dagger and he stabs himself three times in the test until he dies. So you commit suicide in the masjid

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as part of a think how this incident just went from Tagish behind Yamaha fob in mezzi Nabawi. Listening to pseudo use of a beautiful recitation to now amaro the Allahu Anhu laid out with nine wounds, nine Sahaba that are dead and this incident that they had never seen before. And so immediately after they finish the salah they carry on ha Pablo the Allahu Anhu to the house of Abdullah because Allah His house was the closest to the masjid his own son.

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And at that point amaro the Allahu Anhu had lost consciousness

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and they're trying to revive him and Abdullah is calling out Yeah, at that time yeah better Oh my father Oh my father they're trying to revive him. But a little the Allah Tada and who was unconscious for some time,

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after sunrise, Amaro de la Tata, and who opens his eyes. What's the first thing he asks?

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He says are solidness

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that the people finish their prayer?

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panela what a shepherd. What an amazing human being like, that's his first concern is that the people finish their salah or not a solidness and they said to him, yes, they finished their Salah he said, Alhamdulillah learn how often Islam he Metallica, Salah, those that are slacking with their prayers. Listen up. He said hamdulillah because there is no share of Islam for the one that leaves their prayer. There is no Islam and a person that abandons their Salah. So he said hamdulillah the people finish their salah, that's his first concern, a solidness that the people pray

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As the blood is flowing from him, and then he tells Abdullah, sit me up. And he says to Abdullah, bring me some water. When he asked them for water, they think that he's going to drink water. Well what does he start to do? He starts to do will do.

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And amaro the law on who finishes his federal prayer, because he was stabbed and made unconscious in the second Mecca.

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That's where his hardness that's where his mind is.

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Then Amaro, the Allahu anhu, because of his strength, you know, anyone else would have died from those wounds right away. But because of how huge he is and how strong yours Amato, the Allahu Taala and who starts to ask questions. He says, ma'am, Catellani he said, who was the one that killed me. They said my juicy. It was the Persian that that person that you suspected that day. And he said, Alhamdulillah the one who killed me is not someone who says La ilaha illallah hamdulillah

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Subhan Allah, he's concerned about the Day of Judgment. I don't want a Muslim to be the one that killed me and he's concerned about the implications to the ummah. If someone who said La ilaha illa, Allah committed that crime that's going to unlock another type of fitna in this community, and indeed, we see that in the time of birth mom, or the low tide, I know. I said Hamdulillah, that the one who killed me was not a Muslim, he still cares about this hamdulillah He's not someone who says La Ilaha illa Allah

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and amaro de la Tada, and who asks for some lemon for some milk. And they brought him the milk and his wounds was so severe that everything he drank came out of his stomach.

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So it would flow out of him immediately.

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So they called for a doctor. And the doctor saw the wounds of a model the last time he tried to patch up, saw what happens when he drinks milk and the way that his body was responding.

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And he says to him, yeah, I'm gonna put money in the Camilla to LC,

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O commander of the believers, you're not going to make it you're going to die. So whatever we'll see, you have to give them give it now. You have either a few moments. Maybe a few days, Max, but you don't have much longer. Yeah, I mean, so whatever you have to say. Say it now. What is our middle Dlo Tada. And who do? Number one, he calls our biller.

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And he says, Yeah, Abdullah, I want you to go around, and I want you to see who I owe money.

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And I want you to make sure that you pay off every single one of those ducks, and your father doesn't have much. So if I run out, or if you run out from my wealth, then distribute the debt amongst yourselves. It's not that he had big debts, it's that he had no money. He's the Khalifa of the Muslims, most powerful man in the world. He has no money. He said, So you and the kids take care of it. And he said, if you run out, then go to Benu ID our tribe and collect the money from them. And if Benu ID runs out, then you can ask some of our close ones from Quraysh but don't go any further than that.

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So first he wants to take care of his deaths.

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Then on model the low tide on home reaffirms the shorter and he appoints those that will appoint the Khalifa after him and they are the six people that are remaining from those who were promised paradise except for one who would have been the seventh and that was talked about chef yester talks about him last night. Sorry, the bins eight. Why? Because items eight is his brother in law. He says he is his cousin and Amato, the Allahu Anhu wants to keep his family away from the Khilafah he wants to avoid nepotism in any way possible. Some of the people say to me, Oh, the law on her Why don't you appoint Abdullah as your Khalifa Abdullah is literally a copy of Omar. He has a son who is

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exactly like him on the law and who says no way.

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This affair is good for only one person for my family. If you want he can consult but he can't be a member of the Shura. He cannot actually have a vote or be considered for the Khilafah. But you can consult him.

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So I'm going to do a lot of time Andrew appoints the shura in that regard.

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And then he calls Abdullah

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and he says to Abdullah,

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that I have one wish for Allah his dying wish.

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He says go to I shall be Lohana

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and give my salam to her. But don't tell her that Ameerul Momineen son salaam to tell her that Omar Hassan Salam to you because I no longer need more money and I'm no longer the commander of the believers.

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And I don't want her to think that what you're going to say to her comes from an official place. Just go to her and

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send salam from Alma

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and ask her but tell her that it is fully your right to say no to this, ask her

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if she would give me permission to be buried in that spot.

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Beside the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I'll go back to this to the equality law Talana

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if she says no, that is added, that's justice. That's her right? Don't pressure her. If she says yes, that's her father. That's her virtue. That's her showing kindness towards me. I'm loving Omar or the Allahu taala. And Homer says I went to a shallow the Allahu Taala Anna

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and I found a Chateau de Allahu Tada and her weeping profusely and SubhanAllah. They said, Isha cried more when Omar died than when her own father I wish I could have died and they said to her, why, said because she said, Because Omar was the door between us in the fitna.

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He was the door between us in the fitness she knew the implications of his death, but on the Altana annual and authentic narrations. He says I will Beckett I heard my father say, well, la Hema and alleged he loved Raja Luna had the lamb Norma Abubakar said I swear by Allah there is no one on the face of the earth more beloved to me than Omar.

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So he's loved by her father. He's loved by her husband will so la sigh Salem, he's the door between us in the fitna. Everyone in Medina is crying right now.

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Because they know that amaro de la and was dying. So Abdullah Omar are the Allahu Anhu. Omar says a Sudan Molokhia only peace beyond to you my mother. I have a request from Allah. He sends a Salam to you. And he asks for you to consider but without any pressure, it's your right. If he could be buried next to his two companions, very next Rasulillah settlement I will back into Sadiq are the Allahu taala. And

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he shall have the Allahu Ana what I mean Subhanallah you talk about a favor, you talk about a charity, you talk about giving something up. She says, I always envisioned that that would be my spots, that I'd be very next to my husband and my father. I mean, this is her home. It's literally her room. The prophets lie summonable Beckett are buried in her room.

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And she says, I always saw that I would be buried next to my father, and next to my husband. But I know the place that amatola I know had with Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam.

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So she granted

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the love and Allah comes back when Allah sees I'm dilla he's laying down, he's barely alive at this point when he sees the love coming back.

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I'm going to the law and he says sit me up

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and says to Abdullah, what are you coming back with? He said, I'm coming back to you with news that is pleasing to you.

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Said Hamdulillah that was the only thing that I wanted. But he said after I die go back to her again just in case she felt under pressure

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and asked her after I die if she sure that she wants to give up that place and don't pressure if she says no maybe after you know she's calmed down from the emotion vary amongst the Muslims in the book here and I'm I'm satisfied with that. That's her right he doesn't want to wrong God he shoveled the Allahu Taala Anna in a moment of emotion.

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And Abdullah no more than puts the head of Allah in his lap.

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At that moment people are coming in and some of the Sahaba praising Amato Allah Tada Anton Amato, the Allahu taala. And he says to some of those that praise him, he said, attach hijo de Yamaki Yama medallic, will you bear witness on the Day of Judgment with what you're saying? He's so afraid. Are you going to bear witness in front of Allah with what you are saying?

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And they're saying yes, so I mean, no one was dissatisfied with their Khilafah Abdullah ambassador, the Allahu Anhu comes in. And I'm the loving ambassador, the law starts to mention all of these virtues, and our model the law on home, he says, But what about all of these people? He said, I'm afraid of Allah subhanaw taala asking me about this.

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I'm afraid of Allah subhanaw taala asking me about this ummah.

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And he said, If I could meet Allah,

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and give everything of this world and not be punished or not be rewarded, then I would be satisfied. I just don't want to be punished for all of these people that were under my care.

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That is the hum, that is the wish of Amato, the Allahu Tada and

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that Subhan Allah He does something very interesting in his last moments.

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He says to Abdullah,

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he says to him, Oh, my son, put my head in the dirt.

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So that when Allah looks at me,

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He will have mercy on me. You'll see his humble servant and show mercy.

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Take my head off of your thigh and put my face in the dirt

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classes. I don't want to do it no. Why? And amaro the Allahu Anhu said, if this face is a face that belongs in hellfire, then you don't want it in your lap.

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And if this face is a face that belongs in gender, then the pillow of gender is softer than your thigh.

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Just listen to me, my son, put my face in the dirt. It's panela this man who spread Islam, to most parts of the world that you all are from today,

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who is a person who the prophets licen prays over and over and over again, who has the shahada of the Sahaba the witness of the companions, who died praying Fajr in Medina Shaheed next to the prophets license, from the place that the prophets lie some read Salah

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Institute, a Shaheed in Medina, a companion of the Prophet sigh some guaranteed paradise and he's saying to a son, leave my head in the dirt so that maybe when Allah subhanaw taala looks at me, then there would be mercy that are shown towards me in Earth model the Allahu Tada and he said

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I was the last person to see him alive, meaning not from his family Earth model the Allah entered in and amaro the Allahu Tada and her with his face in the dirt with his with his face on the ground. And he said woe to Ahmed if Allah does not show mercy to him.

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Yeah, wait, whoa Tama no Muhammad Allah for Allah does not show mercy.

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Until Allah subhanaw taala took his soul in that humble place.

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This is amaro the Allahu Taala

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This is the fear of Allah that he had, from the moment that he became Muslim to the moment that he left this earth in the best way that any person could possibly want to leave this earth. This is a man who one day set out to kill the Prophet sly summon ended up being buried next to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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I'm gonna end here because of time that Abdullah he then

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he then says that we took his body

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and we washed his body and by the way Abdullah when he would walk by the hedge the place of the profit slice um you know we say Santa Monica to the profit slice elements I'll go back in and Omar. Every time he walks by says a samurai AKA a bitty piece beyond to my father. Abdullah washed his own father so I'd love no matter the law on whom I washed amaro the law and was body

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And subhanAllah even in his janazah there was justice so that none of those who were promised paradise leading janazah would indicate that they would be Khalifa. So hey, roomie, are the Allahu Taala and who was chosen as the person to lead the salah of our model the Allahu Taala animal so so Haberman, Xenon leads the salah of Omar or the Allahu Taala

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and then they take the body of Americana Pablo the Allahu Taala Anna and they bury him next to the prophets why Selim and next to our Becca, may Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with him. Even Ambassador the Allahu Anhu Allah he says that when Amato the Allahu Taala Anhu was placed in his coffin,

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and the people carried him I was one of the people carrying armor on my shoulder.

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And he said there was someone around me or behind me that was making beautiful deer.

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He said, filter to La he for either who Ollie, I turned around and it was a little the Allahu Taala and who behind me? This is an Sahih Muslim by the way, for Tara Hana, Allah Allah. He was saying may Allah have mercy on you? Oh, Rama. What color Maha laughter hadn't a habit LA and Alcala hubby. Mythili Amelie he mink.

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You have not left anyone behind you. Who I would love to meet Allah subhanaw taala with his deeds, then you will aim Allah in controller alone no Angelica, Allah Hamasaki bake without any come to Esma Rasulullah sallallahu it he was selling me a cool jet to an hour back at Walmart. What the hell to an hour back at Walmart Maharaj to an hour back at Walmart. And he said and I had a feeling that Allah would bless you with this noble place to be buried next to the prophets lie summable Becca because I remember the prophets lie some would always say I will Beckett and Amata did this. I will back it and I'm gonna went here I will back it and I'm not left here for income to the Urdu Angelica

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Allahumma ohana. And so I pray that Allah subhanaw taala has granted you the companionship. Finally I saw the law and how she says this is her room Subhanallah

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the way that they're buried, the prophets lie some is buried, I will back it all the Allahu Taala and who is buried with his head to the shoulder of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and amaro de la han, who is buried with his head to the shoulder of a backhoe, the Alon trying to think about the way that they're buried. I will back it with his head to the shoulder of the prophets lie Selim Amato, the Allahu Anhu with his head to the shoulder of a backless vehicle of the Elana and he said of Allah and he said that when the prophets lie, some died, and I used to enter the room, I mean, this is her house.

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She said, I would remove my my hijab because I would say to myself, That's my husband.

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Then my father died. I can't imagine the house of Chateau de la Anna. And I would walk into my room and I'd see the profit slice. I'm an evil bucket. And I would remove my hijab because I told myself well Zoji will be my husband and my father, but when amaro the law on who died, and he moved into my home, so I couldn't even bring myself to take off my hijab in my own home

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out of the habanero De La

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Jolla, like the all the presence of amaro de la and who even in death, I couldn't even remove my garments in my own home, because amaro the law and who was there a member of the profits license that I saw a model of the allaahu in general, or I saw his palace in Jannah. And I saw some of his women folk and when they told me it was a palace of I'm gonna say, I don't want anything to do with it, because I remember the leader of armor. That's the That's the position that amaro the Allahu Taala annual head. And that final scene, dear brothers and sisters, and I apologize for going over time. Spent a lot. You think about the people rising from their graves on the day of judgment.

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And I want you to imagine the scene when the prophets lie summonable Beckett and Allah are the Allahu on Houma rise from those grapes

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and proceed out of the mash up to the place of assembly

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and the profit slice I'm entering into Jana, as he said with double Beckett and Omar with him like this. Just as they used to walk, why do I share that? Make dua that Allah subhanaw taala grants you their companionship. Ask Allah would sit in your heart with truthfulness in your heart yeah Allah let me be resurrected with them. Yeah, Allah let me sit with them yeah Allah let the prophets lie some calling me over Yeah, Allah. Let me be in the house of the prophets lie some agenda. Yeah, Allah, let me have that companionship.

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Because the person that would die after it was not the law on her what was it the dream of the dosa loss? I summon a bucket and homage and so when we dream and we think we think yeah, Allah, gather us with them. Rahim Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, may Allah have mercy on you, oh Allah. May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with you for all that you put forth for this ummah May Allah reward Amato the Allahu Taala for shepherding this flock in the way that he did May Allah subhanaw taala grant him the edge of the reward of everything that was born out of what he brought from concept to reality. May Allah subhana wa Tada reward him for the good that he acknowledged and that he was

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aware of and that which he was not aware of, and that which he did not acknowledge May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be witnesses for our model the Allahu Taala and for the companions for the family of the prophets. I saw them on the Day of Judgment and may Allah subhanaw taala gather us with our beloved prophet sly summon with the Companions Allah Amin Salam wa sallam America and Amina Muhammad Ali. He was like a big Marine. Xochimilco, hadal Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh