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The interview discusses the importance of storylines and the loss of a Prophet's death, including the return of the gods, the return of the gods to their bodies, and shambles and intentions. The conversation also touches on predictions of events and people, as well as the return of the gods to their bodies and the shambles of the world. The transcript is not a conversation about a specific culture or group, but rather a reflection of the overall culture and values of the world.

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Oregon Ilan Oban in Cuba too much caffeine la masala to Central America Abdi Kota Sudha Mohammed bin Salman la honey he was son of mine Ernie he was so happy he was sent them to see him and cathedra him to dinner. It's so good to see the masjid so full Tabata Allah

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Subhana Allah typically the first we would restart after Hajj and obviously that now is in limbo. But we ask Allah subhanaw taala to facilitate it for all of those who made the sincere intention along the way, I mean, but one of my main reasons for wanting to start it after Ramadan was so that we could keep the masjid full and so it's beautiful to see the masjid for him did a lot of learning. And I hope we can keep it that way. bitten and Nikita Anna. With that being said, Tonight is going to be a little bit different. As I said before we started in how we cover the sahabi today, so we covered on Saturday middle the Allahu Tada Anna and we covered on a seminal article the a lot of

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data and who today we're going to get into the aunts and uncles of Anna supramolecular the Allahu Taala and, and then stop at specifically the story of um haram Benjamin Han or the Allahu taala. And why because when we started this season of the first we talked about the quality of the of the unsought and this quality of selflessness is a special quality that you find amongst them. And then you start to find that amongst the sub tribes and amongst the families, you have these qualities that become dominant amongst that small group of people. And so when you look at the family of Anasazi, Allah Tada and who you see this love for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, that is of

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course a trait of the unsolved but it's a different type of love. It's, it's extra, it's the other so Allah we always want to be by your side we always want to sacrifice for you. And what ends up happening with the aunts and uncles and the cousins of Anasazi Allahu Tada and was that you have this environment of everyone that makes this promise that one day I'm going to serve Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to the maximum capacity and I want Allah to accept for me so the common theme for all of them is ya Allah except it's sincere intention Sitka Nia sincere intentions and I hope you see that inshallah through this we talked about honestly a lot of times, and I still can't wrap my mind

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around the man who got to see the prophets I said, I'm in his dreams, every single night for over 80 years that sit could Nia that's the truthful intention and then to be very with the relics of the prophets lie Selim and to be the answer to the door of the prophets of Allah honey was some of them. And the dua of the prophets lie some was response to sit Kuhnian a sincere intention from Amsterdam when she said, Pray for my son and us and the prophets lie some pray for innocent all of the Quran has got accepted the sincere intention for ohm Sudan with the child that would come from her and I will tell her son Abdullah anisul, the Allahu Anhu saying that that son that was born after they

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suffered from the death of

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Romaine, that sun produced her father of Quran that became a legacy for Amsterdam Radi Allahu Tada and I will tell you, the sitcom near the truthfulness of Allah, when he heard the eye of the verse lantana, liberal Hatsune fuchal Nima to hipbone you will not achieve righteousness until you spend from what you love and the immediate response to the prophets lie. So on the other side, Allah, here is beetle Ha, here's the best garden in the Medina, I thought of the thing that I love most to give for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So we're going to go through the aunts and uncles in sha Allah to Allah for a moment because that's the story of each and every single one of these people. And I

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want us to look at the paternal side first, and we're going to start actually, with the ont. So if you remember, we said that anisul The Allahu Tada and I don't think it's coming up just yet. Hopefully they'll figure it out. Inshallah, if you remember with anisul, the Allahu Taala animal, you see it now, right?

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And this is immediate father, Maliki mother did not become Muslim. And in fact, had an opportunity to accept Islam with his wife on slain and his son and us but instead died as a disbeliever and away from Medina and we don't even know where exactly he's buried, but his siblings actually accepted a son. So the paternal aunts and uncles of Anasazi, Allah Tada, and who actually did accept Islam, and you have a story with practically each one of them. And you see a robot year, a robot year been to another or the Allahu Taala and I'm gonna start with her inshallah Tada, the paternal aunt of Anna Sylvia Allahu taala. And a robe a year is actually a common name amongst the Sahaba there's more

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than one robot year And subhanAllah every one of the shuttlebay here is that you find somehow found themselves in the battlefield. So if you want your daughter to be a warrior named her it will be a year. It's gonna happen. It's got to happen because if you look at a Saba

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On top of cards from the Sahaba, the books that talk about these biographies every single one of the companions named a robe a year ended up in the battlefield somehow, and she is no exception. So anisul The Allahu Anhu narrates about a robe a year that she was the mother of a hadith that Ibn Soraka. So you'll see under her, and Harith Ibn Soraka Haritha was the young man who came forth on the day of better and he got hit by an arrow, and he died. Remember, there weren't many Muslims that died in better, but the Bedri Subhanallah, the Bedri shahada or something else like imagine the people that served in bed or the veterans of bed that were something else, they had a rank always

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amongst the Companions, right? But imagine the Shahadat of better small group of people that have this high rank with Allah subhanho wa taala. And Haritha was one of them. And he was the son of a robot year. The aunt of Anna's. So he's the first cousin of Ennis. And a robot here was the one who came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the day of better and she said about her son and Hadith. She said in Cana, Phil Jana servebolt. Listen, Yasser Allah, I want you to tell me what happened to my son.

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If he's in Jannah, that I'm going to be patient. What Encana lead with Alec, it's the head to Allah, He will walk up and if he's not in paradise, I am going to cry and cry and cry and cry. Basically, I'm going to cry myself to death. Just keep on crying, crying, crying, I'm going to force myself to keep crying for him. So this is the aunt of Anasazi Allahu Anhu with his with his cousin at Hadith, and the prophets. I said, I'm told her, have you lost your mind? Yeah. harissa. said yeah. I'm Haritha in the hygiene for the Jana, you think it's just one Jana it is Gina and it's garden upon garden upon garden. We're in Lebanon, Turkey Isobel Farah dose and Ariela. Your son didn't just make

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it to Jana. Your son entered the highest level of generative for the dose.

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She started Hamdulillah.

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And she was happy she walked away from the battlefield to better pleased I put my son at the service of the Prophet slice Allah. And he only got to be with the messenger sign some for a few months, and he died a shaheed. Then you go to you move over to the paternal uncle, and as in another

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one of the Allahu Taala and a sudden another, became Muslim later on, and he missed the Battle of better and Anissa Malik says me Allah de submits so me to be here that my uncle who I was named after let me ash had my Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a bedre he missed better with the Prophets lie Selim. And he used to always say, I wish I could be with the Prophets lie Selim Shaka Allah He so he used to constantly express sadness I missed better like imagine these people talked about missing being by the prophets lie Selim in these dangerous moments like that's what they miss because that's how much they love the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam and so he used to come up to

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the Prophet SAW Salem, random times. And he used to say to the Prophet slice Allah, Allah yep to and better Yasser Allah I missed better. We're in arania Hola, Mosh hadden, FEMA Bharat. Mata rasool Allah. If Allah gives me another moment where I can be next to ya rasool Allah, Leia Ani, Allahumma, Asana Allah, we'll see what I will do.

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You imagine making that type of a claim with the Prophets lie Selim who receives revelation, Allah will see what I will do meaning ALLAH is gonna see that sincerity come out when I say to a messenger of Allah, I wish I could serve you I wish I can be by your side. Just wait if Allah gives me another chance. And unless of Malik said that it was the day of effort. And he said, I saw my uncle Pamela think about this family and it says Mom, I'm Sudan, was standing in the back with her with her dagger telling people go back to the battlefield. And anuses uncle and a saw his uncle and he was too young to fight himself. And I saw his uncle, and he was running towards a hands when everybody

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else was running away. Think about the courage and the sincerity that takes people are fleeing effort. Because presumably the battle is over. We lost, right? They came around, they got us from behind now. It's just run through your life literally. And he said while everybody was running away from a foot, he said I saw my uncle running towards aford with his sword in the air saying why Hanley Hill Jana Ijebu do not affect wha Khalifa Jana I can smell Jana coming from. I can smell Jana coming from ahead. I can smell gentleman coming from ahead. And he's the only person running in the opposite direction of everybody else. You imagine that what that site even looks like

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And this is Anna Sybil Malik is seeing this from his uncle.

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And he said that when we went to identify the martyrs of effort, the only person that could identify my uncle was once again a robot year been to another. So it's Pamela, this woman who lost her son in bedroom and has that moment with the Prophet SAW Salem. She went scanning the bodies of a herd, and she found him. And she said, out off to a he I knew my brother by his fingertips. You imagine that the only way I could recognize him amongst the deceased because remember, what they did to the bodies in a hood was they mutilated them they wanted to, they wanted to demoralize the Muslims. This was a cool army, they they did some theater, right? They used to crucify and mutilate and tear body

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parts and all types of things. So the only way that she said she recognized him, was by his fingertips. This is now the uncle of anus or the Allahu taala. And who so that's the paternal side of Ns the uncle and aunt of Anna's from the paternal side, write their stories of sacrifice. Then you have Appleton half the righteous stepfather, and we touched on other palheiro The Allahu Taala animal when it came to his life with on Sudan Radi Allahu anha. So quick recap. As we said, When Anna says father passed away, Monica nada, on Sudan, married a baton ha. And the MaHA was what the dowry was what?

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You guys should know this now. Islam, you have to become Muslim, if you want to marry me. That was the dowry, the best dowry in the history of Islam, you want to marry me, you got to become Muslim. And he became Muslim, after some time. And obviously, this became the blessed couple that surrounded the Prophet. So I said, I'm always an anisul, the Allahu taala. And being amongst them, and as performed in the care of Amsterdam, his mother to a bottle of water, how will the Allahu Taala and who was a fierce man in battle, as well, so used to always be there with the Prophets lie Selim. And in one narration, he overcame 20 men by himself in one battle, right, which, when you think about,

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you know, the primitive ways of battle that existed at the time, that's pretty spectacular, right? 20 men, all by himself, in the capacity of battle. In one narration, the prophets lie, some said, the voice of Ebola is more frightening to Quraysh than an entire army, when they just hear the voice of Avatar, hell is proud of the soft, humble man around the profit slice of them. But once he got into the battlefield, the man was the lion. Right. And he was he was always there by the side of the profit slice. I mean, he was one of those who did not flee or fight as well. And that was a small group of people. And he said, sort of Salah slice and on my neck instead of yours, yellow suit

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Allah, I'm not going anywhere. So even when it was a small group of people that stayed with the Prophets lie, some I will call her was one of them. And remember, he had one son, right after the death of a roommate. He had one son with him Sudan and that was Abdullah bin Abby told her that was born on that blessed at night. And Abdullah and I will tell her, basically live their entire lives in battle together. Okay, so we're talking now about the half brother of Anna's and the stepfather of us that they would live their entire lives fighting in battle together. And Anna cinematical, the Allahu Tada and when he says that Abu Taha has continued to serve, and the Khalifa wanted him to

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stop because he became such an old man. And he kept on saying, no, no, I want to go, I want to go, I want to go, I want to go. So he refused. He refused to stay put. And he'd go out with his son Abdullah, in these heroic battles against the Romans against the Persians and these these pretty, you know, severe situations. And one day, I will tell her,

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and he was at this point well into his 80s. He read the idea in federal HIPAA, often with the Karla to go out, prefer F and LC Tala means light or heavy and what the tough seat of that is inserted. tilbyr prefer often means even if you don't have much strength or wealth, right, so you don't have strength, you don't have wealth, or you know, your light or the color. The other side of that, that your burdens, right. So either Cliff Athan young or old semicolon. So it's actually the opposite, right, Justin? I'm sorry, Cliff, would be someone who's light who doesn't have too many concerns. The color would be things that would burden them and stop them and hold them back. So he said, Jay

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Zuniga, he's only so get me ready get me ready. Abdullah said Come on. You know, like he said to his father Coronavirus Lt. Matsuda he saw Alana instead of mama Ali Becca. Well, Mama well the Allahu Anhu you already fought alongside the prophets like some you fought alongside doubleback Have you fought alongside Alma? Now you can take a break now because we're going to fight on your behalf. Please stay

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At home, he said, Yeah, he's only there. He's only get me ready, get me ready. So they went out on a naval fleet and he died on the ship. So he actually never even made it to the battle. He died of natural causes on the ship. phenom Yoji doula who does EBA and they did not find a land to bury him bury him in, except after seven days and they said Wallah he LOM yatta yatta His body did not change for seven days. Seven days he laid out on the ship, and nothing happened to his body, no rotting of the corpse, nothing Subhanallah these are the miracles that some of the Sahaba witnessed until they found a piece of land and they buried him at sea. Right meaning they buried him somewhere at you

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know on land, but far away from Medina. So this is the story of Apple Tada or the Allahu Tada and as for Abdullah, he died Shaheed in Persian.

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Okay, so you starting to see it come down. And then finally, we go on to the maternal side and then we're gonna get to an haram. You find zeta DeMille Han, who was martyred as well in the Battle of the logistics also against the Persians the famous battle of logistics. So let's get to specifically on haram lensman, Han, Allah the Allahu Taala and Han now, as we said about on Salim

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they also named have a son named Celine.

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Now who was Celine

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without looking at the chart, who was selling her younger brother.

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So both um, Celine and I'm haram were named after their younger brothers. Um, Haram is named after her younger brother haram on Celine is named after her younger brother, Celine, because they were like mothers to their siblings. They were like mothers to their siblings. So when you look at them haram all the Allahu Taala Anna she does not have a son named haram. But her younger brother is that and so she was given that Kunia she was given the title of the mother of haram on haram Bismil Han or the Allahu Taala and they all became Muslim Now I know some of you might have been like, is his name really haram?

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I went down like this rabbit hole of research could not figure out why his name is haram. Okay. Now obviously there is you know haram when we think of forbidden but there is of course this the sanctity right when the Prophet SAW Allah mentions that when he's talking to the camera and the Prophet sallallahu and he was said them says that the blood of the believer, the Malcolm, Malcolm haram when it comes to Hurmati, only commodity better the commodity prophets, like some says that no, that Your Money, Your Honor, Your lives are forbidden, their sacred, they're forbidden to one another, just as the protomer just as the sanctity of the camera on the sacred date and the sacred

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month, so it could denote sanctity The only clue that I could find as to why that name was chosen for haram vindman Han was that there is a great grandfather that is also named haram was eight so perhaps it's just passing down the name. It certainly was not a common name amongst the Arabs. The Arabs have a lot of how to and they have a lot of hint All right, they got a lot of war and they've got a lot of India All right, why? Why would they name hints? Because anything that was exotic was hint to them. All right. So hint, you got boys name 10 girls named hence lots of them. And then you've got a lot of hunters because it was a cool thing to name your some help. So if you remember

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earlier all the Allah Tada and who kept on trying to name his sons huddled in the profit slice and kept on changing the name, which means war, right? The prophets. I said, No, he's handsome. And then he had a saying and he called them how to win the prophets. I said, No, he's just saying. So he kept on changing the name because back then, you know, you wanted to name your son Hunter. Because he'd be a child of war, right?

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So I don't know why the name was haram. However,

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when you look at the the siblings there one thing to know about anisul The Allah and His maternal side is that all of them became Muslim. So the entire maternal side of anisul, the Allahu Taala and who became Muslim, and as we said, and now we're going to focus on haram. Well, the Allah hotel Anna, she is the holla of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the maternal aunt of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Therefore, the Prophet SAW Salem is a Muharram to her through fostering or through through nursing, I'm sorry, through nursing. So the you know, I'm Sudan and I'm Haram are both considered maternal ons to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam in this regard, on haram,

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being older than her sister on saline, is especially going to be treated like an ant to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in

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In this regard, now Subhanallah when you study this woman on her ombudsman hand, and how she starts to interact with the Prophet, slice alum, and what happens to her, it's once again a story of loss, to story of great loss, and then the great gain of the Prophet slice and as a result of that, so she's married initially to a man by the name of Amber, an amateur blue case, Bin Zaid

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and they have two sons. By the way, I'm gonna stop with this chart now, I just want you to at least get him out on this point now. Two sons, Facebook and Abdullah ignore honorable case. So I'm haram Benjamin Han is married to Imran Okay, signals aid. And they have two sons base of neuron. And Abdullah ignore, ignore honorable case. So

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when she first becomes Muslim,

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her husband and her son joined as well, pretty early on. So unlike on soname, her husband actually became Muslim pretty quickly. Okay. So she embraces Islam, with her husband, with her son. And then she has another son that's born soon after, in Islam in the name of Omar Abdullah. So Abdullah has a baby

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face as a teenager, and becomes a Muslim. And her husband becomes Muslim as well. So Subhanallah, as soon as they became Muslim, both of them became from the unsought of that fought and better, the husband and the Son. So I'm Robin, okay, so the Allahu Anhu and case of your armor, both fight in the Battle of better and become veterans and better. But she is tested with something very unique. Very few people were tested with this, both her husband and her son died in Erfurt.

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It's kind of like just see this family. Right, we already talked about the others that died in a herd on one side. Now look at how heavy the The tragedy is going to be on her side. So you have this woman

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comes forth on that day.

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And the scene on a herd was that the women in particular were running towards the battlefield to identify their dead after the battle had, you know, had had finished, they wanted to get to the battlefield and see who passed away. Many of them lost the Father. Many lost a husband, but very few lost the husband and a son.

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Okay. Very few father and son combinations that passed away in these battles. It's hard to find.

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And she's coming towards a hood. And she's walking patiently.

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And she asks the men who are walking away and Everyone's crying, obviously. I mean, they're devastated. Over 70 People are laying there dead. And she said to them, no other factors. Oh, gee, no, they're fabulous. LG, what happened to my husband would happen to my husband what happened to my husband? So she's asking the men on their way out what happened to my husband, what happened to my husband what happened to my husband?

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And then someone stops one of the man stops and says Is your husband abdominal pace? She says yes. And the man responds and says matter Shahidan, he died as a shaheed.

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So she puts her head down, and she says in the law, he went to Nicaragua, Iran, she takes a moment to grieve. And she keeps walking to ask now about her son.

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So first, she asked about her husband, and now she's gonna ask about her son. Now, the fact that she just responded with inner Lila one day, Roger Stone is actually pretty extraordinary because up until that point, the practice of Nia which was to will to strike the cheeks and to scream when someone dies, was not prohibited, was actually prohibited after hurt. So what was common to the Arabs? Is that when you knew that someone passed away, exactly, I spoke about this. In one of his classes recently, right now he had they start to scream, shout, strike themselves, literally strike the cheeks, and shout out, right, shout out all sorts of poetry. And it basically became a contest

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of mourning, right? I mean, people would shout about their relatives and how much they missed their relatives. So the fact that she responded at this juncture in Islam with in Allah He went, like Roger rune was actually extraordinary in and of itself. She got the news that her husband died, she then starts to stop the man she says, Mother, feral ebony. Now the feral me what happened to my son, what happened to my son? Someone stopped and said Is your son pace of neuron? She said, Yes. And the man said that he was killed as well. And she said in Allah, He went in a Raggio. She sat down. She was saddened, she grieved, but she was patient. And actually Subhanallah you know, her patience was

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was marked was noticed by many of the Sahaba yet at the time, the Companions at the time, that this woman carried herself despite this hearing, I mean, it's Pamela that

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her husband and her son both died and now she's left with a baby boy. Despite Just hearing that fresh, the way she remained composed was extraordinary. Something that was noted. And subhanAllah this is just the beginning of it. So this is her husband and her oldest son. And by the way, when we mentioned these people's stories, like they were human, they grieved and I want you to understand that the the society and the family the context and then on the other side, the paternal side of NSU also had grief. Right? So we're now on the maternal side. Then we look at her brother, how long you been had her brother as we said her younger brother had on one hand, well, the Allahu Anhu Anna says

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about him that he was one of the earliest Muslims in our family, even before my aunts and uncles so he became Muslim even before I'm haram. He was one of the earliest Muslims and he was from the Quran. He was from those who memorized whatever was revealed of the Quran to that point, he was from the reciters of the Quran. And as describes his uncle, haram, the vindman Han, who's like a son to him haram. Okay. And a says, he used to be from those who would study the Quran during the day, and who would recite with it at night. And he said that he was from this group of young men. I mean, Subhan Allah gives you a vivid image, this group of young men that used to come to the masjid in the

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morning, and they used to distribute water. And they used to bring food for the poor people in the masjid. So this was like this group of really religious youth that were around the Prophet SAW Salem and the Prophet says, I'm used to love this group of people. So that was my uncle haram and Birmingham. And he said that the prophets like some loved him, and he fought in better and he fought and hurt. Now this is where you get some Syrah here. Okay. Oh hood was devastating to Medina. Every home in Medina, LA, someone in the battle ahead, right.

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Four months after hood.

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People come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam from unaged and they tell the prophets lie Selim, can you send us some of your reciters of Quran to teach us Quran will become Muslim. We need some Quran we need some reciters of the Quran, some of the Hefa to come in to teach us the Quran.

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Prophet sai son was skeptical, but they gave him assurances. And he said, Look, we just want to learn the religion. We want to become Muslim. Can you send some people here to teach us the Quran and the prophets like some is also coming off of, you know, a tragic, tragic defeat here, right where a lot lots of people have passed away.

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And the prophets like some sons them 70 of the best of the companions 70 Quran 70 reciters of the Quran to teach this group of people in hopes that they'll become Muslim, and that they'll become righteous. And this is the incident that is known as marijuana or marijuana. Their marijuana is only four months after hurt the marijuana basically once they got there, all 70 of these men were ambushed and killed.

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So it's probably about the same number of people that died and died in this one incident. And they were the best of the companions, right some of the reciters of the Quran. And when haram was there, haram and Han was one of them when haram was killed. Haram was was stabbed. And as haram haram or the Allahu taala. And who was stabbed he said was to what I've been kappa

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i have succeeded by the Lord of the capital, flows to robbing cab I have succeeded and the Lord by the Lord of the cabinet.

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And even the man who killed him was like, what just happened? When he was killed? He looked up and he smiled and he said fluster Robin Campbell, I have succeeded by the Lord of the cabinet, said what happened here. And what had happened was is that a martyr sees their place in Paradise from the very first strike, just like as Seattle, the Allahu anha, the wife of for their own assay, the wife of the Pharaoh. Allah tells us when she was being killed by Aykut. She laughed, right? She looked up probability in the Caribbean for Jenna Oh my Lord, grant me a home with you in paradise. And before anything happened to her with the first touch of it, she saw her place in gentlemen. And so how you

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know how Ramona Monahan as he's being killed, he looks up and he says, first to rubble cabin, I have succeeded by the Lord of the Canada

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And subhanAllah that gets back to the profit slice. I mean, it gets back to, um, haram Radi Allahu Anhu sort of give you the

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the image of him haram within a span of four months. Her husband, her son, and her younger brother who was like her son, all killed

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the profit side someone wants to give this woman some special attention.

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And she is his maternal aunt. So the profit slice on it makes it known that you know her Edna has finished And subhanAllah her and her waiting period coincides with my own right because for months and 10 days after, literally coincides the incident where her brother was killed as well.

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And the man who comes forth to marry her, and there were many people that proposed but the man that she accepted, the proposal of was about that of massaman throw the Allahu Tada and who, who is by far one of my favorite companions, we're going to talk about him next week in detail Inshallah, but it rabada was a, you know, a man of great authority, a chief, a leader, noble character. He is one of those people Subhanallah that everything you read about him just says perfection, perfection, perfection, and he was considered of the of the most worthy of suitors. And so when he came to marry her, and this is, of course, the treatment of the widow and Islam, when he came to marry her, it was

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a big deal. And she praised him, a relative, Osama is going to go on and in life to win a lot of battles and do a lot of great things. Her description of her about Osama was he treated my son like his own,

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speak about the nobility of character. her young son Abdullah was going to grow up now, and the house of others didn't know sommets He treated my son like his own. He raised my son like his own similar how Anasazi Allah and who was raised by avatar had like his own, so he treated my son like his own, which shows his Hamlet the nobility of these people was beyond something that was shown in a battlefield but it was also at home as well. And they had one child together named Mohammed. Alright, so this gives you some context now with both um, so Damon on haram, the prophets I'm used to visit their homes frequently.

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Used to take naps in their homes. He used to recline against on haram la the Allahu taala. And in a gathering sallallahu alayhi wa sallam like a nephew with his aunt, he used to call her out in a gathering and bring her forward. And they asked the prophets I saw about his closeness to them so Damon on haram, the prophet slice and said that this is a form of mercy and that their brother was killed with me, their brother like their their family was killed when the by the way so name also Sudan also dies and I

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forgot to even mention that. So like the whole family, all of the men in this family have died in battle. The prophets lie some wants to give that preference to them. He wants to show the special attachment to them so honestly, Allah Tada angle he narrates he says that Dhaka Elena Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, women who are ill and our own me, while your team or Omaha Hannity said the prophets lie, some ones came over to our house and it was just me, my mom, my aunt on haram and an orphan.

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And the prophets like Sam said, como Fela or suddenly become stand up and let's pray together. And he said, the lady walk the Salah, this wasn't even a prescribed prayer. So this was just a voluntary prayer, the prophet slice, I'm wanting to pray with them to bless them because they loved when the prophesy son would come over that he pray with them. He'd eat with them, he prayed with them. So he said, we spread out the rug, and I prayed next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the orphan and my aunt and my mother prayed behind us on Sudan, and Ankara. And he said that the prophets lie Selim would visit often. And anisul The Allah annual has the most famous narration

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about on haram bandsman Han in this regard, so pay attention to this narration and also the Allahu Anhu said, also Allah says, I'm used to visit on haram frequently. And she used to cook for him. And she used to sit and she would enjoy speaking with him. And when the prophets lie, some sat with my mom and with my aunt, the prophets lie Selim gave them full attention. Right? So she said, this one and so the ALLAH and he says and this one night, and it says for Atlanta to what Jenna said, toughly, sir who

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I love this imagery, she said that the she fed the prophets lie Selim. And then she went and she sat behind the Prophet sites and started picking out his hair. What did they used to do at the time? That's how they took out lice, right? Try to pick out lice from his hair. So think about the image of the ant the Carla she goes and she sits behind the prophesy something like give me your head starts looking through his hair combing through it to see if there's any anything in his hair Salah who it was,

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and clearly this onts had a comforting touch the prophets lie some fell asleep whilst he was picking out his hair. So the prophets lie some takes a nap. And then

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she's he says, well, the Allahu Taala animal phenomenon lost my son. I'm from the state of Ohio a yield hack the prophets lie Selim woke up and he

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He had this huge smile on his face and the laughter of the Prophet slicin Um Was it was a dignified laugh he didn't used to laugh out loud literally right? He would his his laughter was it was a was this huge smile where you can see the back of his teeth like he just saw something beautiful

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and she was picking out his hair profit slice on wakes up from his nap and the profit slice I'm smiling. And she said nailed cake okay other sort of layer Yatta Silla what's making you laugh? Profit slice and I'm sad. Nason Min onma T. Already one layer was that and FISA beat Allah, your kabuna Saba Hodel back mallu Kona Allah a silver Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that there is a group of my Ummah that was shown to me just now I just saw some of my followers. And the prophets lie Selim said that they were going out in the path of Allah. And they were on ships on sea. And the prophets lie. Some said it was like people with crowns on their heads. They were like

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kings with crowns on their heads. Now why is that interesting? These are desert folk. They don't know the seas. They don't ride ships. They've never been on the water. They live in deserts and tents. They don't understand the water. So the prophets lies on the scene people on on ship

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going on sea, right, a naval army for the very first time and the profit slice and I'm recognized as these people and the profit slice and I was so pleased he said they were like kings with crowns on their heads. And the prophets like Selim mentioned them to be a people of Jana this group of people is a group of people in Jana and Paradise. So right away, she said Jana said Hola. Hola. Hola, Anya journeymen home. She didn't think about, wait a minute, I'm going to be an old woman by the time that happens is some something I can't do. She said O Messenger of Allah, please pray that I'm amongst them. Can you make sure that I'm amongst that group of people? You can say to her sorry,

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you're a woman not happening. Remember also then went to the pledge to take the bait. With the prophets lie some of the pledge with the prophets. I'm not staying home. I'm going I'm taking the pledge of the prophets lie Selim. She said, I want to be with them.

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The prophets lie Selim, the Allah He prayed for her. And he said unto him, in whom you are amongst them, and then the prophets lie some went to sleep and he saw another dream. And the prophets I said, I'm described another group of people she said, the US Hola Hola, Ana, kona men home, can I be amongst them the prophesy some said, You're from the first group. Like, this one's a different group of people. You're from that group of people, this group of people that travel by sea, spreading the religion, and they're like kings with crowns on their heads. So you can imagine that her whole life, she's kind of gotten her mind that somehow I'm going to end up on water.

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Somehow, I'm going to end up on a boat somehow I'm going to be at sea. Because the prophets lie Selim promised me that I would be from that group of people. So what ends up happening,

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her husband about it took massaman throw the low tide and who becomes one of the great generals, as he always was. If you remember the famous story of about their battle, the Allahu Anhu was an exceedingly black man, beautiful black man. And some of the the Persians and the Romans with their racism, right? They saw him there, like that's your leader.

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But under both Abu Bakr and Omar, he was placed in charge of place after place after place for a long time. In fact, in Philistine they went and resided in Palestine, and battle the Allahu taala. And who was in charge of them when I'm leaving the house, moved on to two missiles to Egypt, about to assume that place, so she's with her husband, and they're moving to these places, place after place after place. And then what ends up happening is that, you know, when the Romans attacked, and of course, when the Muslims defeated the Roman Empire, the Byzantines, they got all these ships.

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And they didn't know what to do with them.

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Because they don't know how to ride ships. Right? And Wailea says to honorable Hapa. But the time he says to our can we want can we put together a naval army from this ummah? And our model, the law annual says too risky, I'm not doing it. So the ships are kind of docked. And no one's going on these ships.

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And wow, we are really wants to put people on these ships, right and to activate this Now what makes it even more so? Is that Cyprus, talking about the Cyprus and Cyprus, you have sort of a launching point for the Byzantines for the Romans, where they just kept on sending these naval ships over and over and over again to attack the Muslims from the coast.

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And the Muslims like we fight on land, we're not going out to you. So all these attacks keep coming from Cyprus over and over and over again. So fine.

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only in the time of Earth man will be allowed to Allah and notice normally Allah gives permission to one hour to assemble the first naval fleet of the Ummah

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and who gets placed in charge. Robots does not Summit's her husband's. Alright, so the first army that will go out by sea is going to be led by her husband and her mind. She's like this is it. She tells her about the summit. I'm coming with you. Like somehow the most thing about how dangerous this is is already battle but I'm coming with you. I'm going to go out with you to Cyprus, and she's about 75 years old at the time.

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I'm gonna go out with you to Cyprus.

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Rather the Allahu Anhu does not fight back says okay, fine. You come out with me. So she goes out by sea and they make their way to Cyprus. Subhan Allah something very interesting. I was looking through the the Ewoks the narrations from haram and the only like prominent narration from her that she gets to narrate is a narration from Abu Dawood where she narrates that a person that becomes sick on the sea. Okay, Allah you'll see what we'll Adel that whoever becomes sick at sea, level at zero shaheed.

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Then they have the reward of a Shaheed the reward of a martyr, when we have equal law, who Andrew Shahidan and the one who drowns et Cie has their award of two martyrs meeting these people that go out for the sake of Allah pantile by see that if a person drowns on the way we know, Drowning is a form of Shahada. It's a form of receiving that reward, the person drowns, then they have the reward of to show Hades to martyrs. And if a person becomes sick, and they're not able to continue, they still have the reward of a shaheed. So this is her single narration incident, Abby, the woods, which she narrates just happens to be about people that are going by sea, so she has this in her mind. So

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anyway, she boards the ship, and obviously these ships back then you take the horses, you take the mules, you take the animals with you, and people ride their horses, their camels, their meals on the ships, and then they come off of them. Right.

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So Subhan Allah, on haram, or the Allahu Taala and he gets there. And she gets on top of her horse.

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And when they get to Cypress, as soon as they open the doors of the ship, she comes off of the ship on her horse, and she falls off and she dies.

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Right away. They said as soon as the horse hit land

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on how to handle the Allahu Taala and her fell off and passed away.

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Under the commander, husband about the Muslim with all the allowed time.

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I mean, think about that prophecy, sitting in her home in Medina,

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right amongst Bedouin Arabs, desert Arabs and the prophets lie Selim has a dream while she's picking his hair, and says one day, you're going to die at sea, with this group of this first group of my own man that goes out by sea.

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And she literally goes out I mean, think about Sitka near the truthfulness of that intention. At the age of 75 years old riding a horse just falls off like okay, this is it like this horse carried me to the place of my death, now the ship and the horse, and she is the only companion that is buried there. And Subhan Allah was nicknamed as a result of that Shahida to the hell, the murder of the sea. That is her nickname, in fact, in the looks of SIOP Shahida to the heart of the murder of the sea. And the scholars say the prophets lie some guaranteed also named Jana, and guaranteed on haram Jana and shahada remember on surname the prophets lie some said I woke up in Jannah. And I heard the

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footsteps of Buddha and then I looked at it was upsetting. And here the prophets lie some guaranteed on haram, the other sister, Jana, and shahada, and actually wants you to see if we could pull up the picture there.

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This is the message that is actually built at the spots that she died in Cyprus. Cyprus is not a Muslim country, by the way.

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But Subhanallah from that day, her grave was marked and they built this masjid, right at the place of that grave, and you can go next. This is the actual grave of them haram mentleman handle the Allahu Taala and so Subhanallah the sincerity, the truthfulness, that sit Coniah that we talk about that oh Messenger of Allah, I want this Oh Allah, I want this. And there's the similar thing here that you keep seeing with every single member of this family.

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Right. Mina Mina, Dijon Sadako mera de la hottie. This was revealed about Anas have no mother, and people like him. That from the belief

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yours are those who were truthful to the covenant that they made with Allah subhanaw taala mineral mencoba Ananda, some of them. They have, you know, something happens right away. They say something and it happens right away. Some of them, some of them Mignon Tada, time passes Well, no but the root of DERA, but they maintain their commitment they maintain the result and Allah gifts these people with incredible things as a result of it. So whether it's unassimilable, or the Allahu taala, and home with effort, or strain with the br with the with the pledge and dedicating her son to the prophets lie Selim, and then desire to sacrifice her own haram and her dream. Each and every single

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one of these people has the story and with unharmed Benjamin Hamel, the hola Hutan Anna, you have a woman Subhan Allah who is literally in a league of her own, literally has this unique thing. And so the lesson to us obviously from all of this is that truthfulness of your intention. When you ask Allah for something, you don't even worry about the house.

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When you ask Allah for something, just make sure you're sincere about it. Make sure the intention is sincere. Don't worry about the how how is this possible? How's it going to happen? Remember, I'm going to uphold the law and when he said I asked you for shahada and Medina asked you to die at martyr and Medina and they were like, how's that possible people die as martyrs fighting the Romans and the Persians.

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And he died as a martyr in the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because he was sincere in what he asked Allah subhanho wa Taala and this is relevant as well to everyone who wanted to go to Hajj.

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Make your Nia Cydonia have a truthful intention. Ask Allah Subhana Allah Allah for Allah will write down the reward for you. Whatever you ask Allah make sure you're sincere and ask ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada for the ability to serve him the ability to be accepted and that may Allah Subhana Allah be pleased with them Haram are the Allah hotel and, and be pleased with this blessed family and sha Allah to Allah next week we'll talk about her husband, about it took massaman through the Allahu Taala and who in detail and will focus on our battle the Allahu Tana And we ask Allah to be pleased with them all and to join us with them. Allahumma Amin Charlottetown go ahead and I'll take

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questions now.

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Sorry, oh, that was a lot of history. I hope I didn't lose you.

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I know typically we take one person stick with them but I hope in Charlottesville, you found it beneficial to get sort of the overview of the family and show

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any questions

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no questions at all? Yeah.

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The second part of the prophets dream is on the line someone was people that are

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fighting against the Romans, I believe.

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Penetrating a fortress. So the prophets lie some saw people penetrating a fortress. So it's another group of people. Yeah. And he told them how to stick to the first one.

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Yeah.

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Gnosis Cyprus was temporarily under the the rule of Muslims and in fact, the Ottomans built that Masjid much later on. So it was actually built under dealt with many under the Ottoman Empire.

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I'm sure there'll be a Turkish drama about it somewhere.

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Suddenly, they'll show up and like October or whatever they're at right now and be like, ah, knew about that one.

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What's your question?

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I'm age we're like, he was younger. What? 20 something? What year was it?

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All right.

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Young man asks what when was the prophets lie some 20 something?

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What year was it? So the Prophet sallallahu sallam was born in the year 570. So if my math serves me correct, it would have been in the 590s

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You're welcome Zach.

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Yes, sister back

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like, oh, so whenever I hear stories like this, I wonder. So clearly, there's other ways to be a shahid what are all of the ways All right, so what are all of the ways to be a shaheed?

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So I spoke about this and there's an episode and for those left behind the series for those left behind Well, I kind of go through the different causes. But when you look at the different Hadith of the prophets, I mentioned drowning, he mentions a fire he mentioned salaam salaam stomach illness, he mentioned, psyche will hit them a person who literally something falls on top of them. An object falls on top of them. He mentioned various ways. Salalah Harney was salam. And basically the scholars mentioned that really any and of course, a plague. I

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Ah, so talking about COVID We ask Allah that everyone who who died through this as a Shaheed alumna, I mean, from a plague, some sort of sickness. But essentially, all of the Hadith mentioned an untimely death or something that was that was unique in terms of its circumstance. So like when the scholars of Saki would had them okay, what's a car accident, then like a wall doesn't fall on top of you, but you crashed into something. Isn't that also saw, hey, we'll have them that's linguistically speaking, it falls under heaven.

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So that's all of the different ways that a person would be Shaheed now, of course, the Shahida battle is a different type of Shaheed has his different rulings. The reward, though, is across the board. So all of these people would be shahada, if they died as a person who dies protecting their property, for example,

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protecting their family, all of that is Shahada. And ultimately, what it comes down to in terms of Cydonia, the truthfulness of intention, the prophet size, and I'm said that if a person is sincere in their desire to die as a martyr, they will be considered a martyr even if they die in their sleep.

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So if I ask Allah for shahada

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then bitten into Atana, even if I just passed away in a very normal way, if I was sincere in that request, and I would have the reward of shahada the reward of it, Michelle, So may Allah grant us all shahada alumni. I mean,

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the questions?

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Yes.

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Where's your son? Was Tristan,

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alright?

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Is he running around?

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Okay, okay. He's already work. People are already asking like, is he going to come back?

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What happened to other two cents? Abdullah and the one she had with her second? That's so what happened to him had arms, other two sons. So please,

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taste passed away, as we said, or heard. And then she had Abdullah and Mohamed Mohamed, the son of a brother. So I actually don't know the answer to that. But I will get back to you next week. And Shama, because we'll get to her about the terminal Summit. And then we'll talk about Mohammed bin or about us, I'm not actually sure the exact circumstances of their death.

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Thank you.

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Yeah.

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Nobody wants to be buried, buried with the stick of profits that Anolon.

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My understanding, at least is if I don't if I'm wrong, is that

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when

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you take nothing when you when you die, obviously, that's about when, but I just want you to understand about that. Very good. So the question is about Anissa Lila and her saying he wanted to be buried with the relics of the prophets I seldom. So, you know,

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if I want to be buried with anything else, does it count does it work?

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The relics of the prophets lie, some are different.

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Now, by the way, the relics of the prophets lie, some of the claim relics of the prophets lie, some that exists today, are almost entirely fabricated. All right. I don't want to like be that guy. But if there's a museum in Turkey that says this is the shirt of use of it is Saddam and there's, this is the

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what else they got over there, they got the staff on both sides. Now, I'm trying to get that thing like I'm trying to, if I break through that window and get the staff of Musa Islam, like some serious, I could do some serious damage, you know.

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But all the stuff that's that's sort of laying around, you got to understand that those claims are usually not authentic. There's a lot of claims that this was the Buddha of the Prophet size, and this was the hair of the Prophet size. And this was, now some of that may still exist in certain places. But the relics of the prophets lie somewhere different.

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And, and so the Allahu anhu, when he asked to be buried with the actual relics of the prophets, I saw them and so the Allahu Taala and who was not doing so, out of a,

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you know, out of out of a way of escaping his own accountability, his own righteousness. It was a closeness that he had to the messenger SallAllahu sallam, and there were certainly Baraka certainly blessing in the actual relics of the Prophet slice there's no doubt about that and that's why we find even finally been revealed a lot of time and who famously kept hair the hair of the Prophet sighs I'm in his home and a piece of the hair companions held on to what they had of the Prophet slice I'm in that regard. They didn't worship it. They didn't have any idolatrous you know, attachment to it, but it was closest to the messenger sign sound that was maintained also named all

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the a lot of time and had kept of course the hair of the prophets by some as well. You know, and that's something that was that was done a lot. Exactly.

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Yep.

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Do I plan on time at home and eat all the Aloha and when the Sahaba afterwards?

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Yes, at some point.

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It's funny

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Because people who like we're going to talk about how to we're going in order. And obviously we talk about a savvy opponent overload the first people that become became Muslim. It's going to take a bit to get there. But we will get there and shall latch on it because they became Muslim later on, but we will get there in Charlottetown. I promised the more. Maybe we can do like a side session before them.

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Alright, anybody else?

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Questions? We got some time? Yeah. I like I like kids questions? Yeah.

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Asked me a math question.

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All right. So

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the man who the man who led the ship, what was his name again?

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His name was Roboto.

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So

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how old was he when he

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when he went on to that ship? Like what he good question. He would have been in his 70s as well. Are you coming next week in Sharla? Are you coming next week? No, I'm visiting from Pennsylvania. Okay. Well in Pennsylvania, watch the lecture on or about the next week. All right. Zach, Welcome to Dallas.

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Alright, any other questions? Yeah.

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It's a great question. How is this history been recorded personal conversations and things of that sort and by people that were there witnessing it. So for example, the conversation of ohm haram and the prophets lie. Some is narrated by Anasazi, Allahu Anhu. He was watching it happen. So he's narrating what he saw. So these conversations are narrated by people that were there. So the first time reports and of course, there's a process of authenticating. Generally speaking, when it comes to biographical things of this sort. We are not as strict in terms of accepting reports as we would be with things that have theological or filthy implications in terms of jurisprudence. So it gives

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us a picture and gives us a story. And if there's anything that requires that added clarification, then we give it you know, if there's any consequence or implication of that investigation. I'll take maybe one more from the sisters, one more from the brothers. Anyone from the sisters?

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All right. You had a question? Yeah. Last question.

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Okay.

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One of the brother asked, in regards to people being buried with items of the prophesy, so

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there were things I was hearing for a while where people would say the most sacred place on this earth is the grave of the prophesy salaam due to its closest to his body right closest to his body.

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I know it might be slightly controversial, but I just want to get your thoughts on that. I wasn't really sure what to think of that, and what the actual meaning behind it was.

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So what exactly is the practice that you're asked what practice or your estimate of the grave of the prophets, I

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assume, like no actual practice to it.

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But then considering them being in the sake, the most sacred place to be in is as close as possible to the actual grave itself. There is no doubt that there's a sanctity to the place that holds the prophets I seldom.

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And there is no doubt that there is a sanctity to what surrounds it by virtue of the fact that the prophets like Some even said that between my house and the minibar, and the pulpit is an older farm, a garden from the gardens of Gemma. So there's no doubt that there's a sanctity and anyone that has been there will tell you that they felt special, may Allah return us there over and over and over again. And of course, the Sunnah is when you visit to say Saddam RTKL sort of love to give Saddam to the prophets of Allah when he was salam. And the prophets I send them response. Now the response of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is not dependent on proximity, meaning someone who sounds Salawat on

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the messenger, sallAllahu wasallam. Here is the same as someone in the sense of the salam, counting someone who is there.

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But there's a special connection, there's no doubt, obviously, you know, some people overdo it. But it's also an opposite extreme when it's like two seconds and like the guy in front of you like Yeah, look, go, go, go, you know, hurry up and get out of here, you know, like, doesn't give you a chance to actually soak in the moment. So it's found in between,

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you know, one of one of the precious narrations that I think about is a beloved normal, the longtime nkhoma When he used to walk by it's a cinematic era sort of law having to live with a character that exists and I wanted to get back to the needs of cinema aka abiti because Ahmed is his father, so he had that different type of Sadam when he passed away.

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So there's a closeness there, it is special. There is a tranquility. Now the message it was not always the message it expanded to include what is now the grave the grave technically was out

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outside of the masjid right, but it expanded to include the grave so that's why you find it in that in the in the actual spot. And by the way for the sisters

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when you're in Meza number we you're actually closer to the Prophet slice alone than the men are in terms of the way that the prophets I sent him back in an armor are buried. So that's something to keep in mind as well. So they're not very they're very facing the Qibla right so the prophets like some is very facing the fibula and aboubaker to his shoulder length and all metal the a lot of time I know next to him. So that's something to keep in mind as well that that you have that proximity from both sides of the of the grave of the Prophet sizing Zachman well Hayden Sharla Tada. We will go ahead and stop there Subhanak longer hamburger Chateau La La Land star today for Santa Monica,

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Ricardo. See you all next week in sha Allah for Allah to Masamoto de la run