Walking with the Prophet Episode 7 History of the Kaabah

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Smooth out hamdulillah subtle cinema so let's say that Malik was not like that but

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his reality is as a welcome you all to the

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scene see it of the Prophet Mohammed we call it upon the footsteps of the prophet or walking with the Prophet Mohammed Salah la new segment and today we are with episode number seven I believe Episode 666 or seven I forgot I think you'd see the six or seven

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Yeah, yesterday we talked about the

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the childhood of the Prophet Muhammad and and his youth are they salatu salam episode seven o'clock SEC is mean so we are with episode number seven of the series upon the footsteps of the prophet or the walking with the Prophet Mohammed Salah linings in Prophet Mohammed as I mentioned when he, you know he was born, was taken by Halima sadya. And he lived with her until he was about four years old.

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You know, he returned to his mother Amina, and he lived with her until he was six years old. And then after his mother passed away, then he lived with his grandfather, and that he was eight years old. And then from eight years old to 25 years old, he was leaving with his uncle without him. So there was not

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much stability in the life of the Prophet. It's just I mean, in his youth, he was moving from one house to another in one house to another.

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And he also worked You know, he,

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initially he worked as a, as a shepherd. It is Salatu was Salam when he was eight at that he was about 15. And then he asked his uncle of a bio,

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not to join him in trade and business. But that was mostly local trade. And then after 15 years old, when he was about 20 to 23, he worked for Khadija as hadiza della Anna was married twice and she her both of her husbands died and she inherited

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that wealth in all and and she was pretty rich and brilliant woman so she needed someone she needed a man who can look after her. Her her trade and her business. So Prophet Mohammed has us to them worked for Khadija Golan. Hmm.

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And she was really impressed, you know, by his

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truthfulness, his

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his skills, his talents, and his lotto setup. And then came her friend, the fy 17 wannabe, who asked her DJ if she was interested in marrying Prophet Mohammed as I sit down, and the Prophet mono and then she agreed Brian on their fee. So went to ask the Prophet that is a ceram. And Prophet Mohammed said, you know, I'm funkier I'm poor, who is going to marry me? And then she says, How about Khadija? And then she said, Well, I don't think Khadija, you know, would want to marry me, would she? And then she says, Let me ask her and then she went and then you know, after a couple of days, he came back. And

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and they, they they were they got married. And yesterday, you know, when they said you know, this was the not only the happiest marriage on Earth, but the greatest love story of all time, the story of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and Khadija de la Anna, What about her?

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Yes, Prophet Mohammed, he was not although she was rich, because this is very important brothers and sisters, as those of you who are not married, or those of you who are seeking to get married, this is very important in terms of looking for a spouse, right? The

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you know, it's not just because this boy is very, you know, his religious

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halfway and whatnot. So, I would choose him maybe as my prospect, but you have to look at so many other aspects, you know, you have to look at the social aspect is also very, very important. The family the background, you know, also the law, although, you know, was not as rich as as wealthy as hadisha. He came from a very, very prominent family, you know, from polish is from Bengal Hashem, yeah, and he is better Hashem, from the elite of mockup is to sit in, and so was Khadija. So not only that, but also Prophet Mohammed. I just sit down

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And he,

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he made money when he was working as you know,

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doing business with Khadija he made money. So let you send them you know, in trade. So, he was also looking for the house hold he was the one supporting the household is upset and painful or whatever, you know, it was needed a home It is Salatu was set up. So the social aspect, right of the family and you know, and and the prospect is also very, very important. So, Jesus is just a quick maybe intro and a quick, you know, advice for those of you who are seeking to get married in shot low tide. So don't just don't put me know if a guy comes in and what what is the first thing that you'd be, you know, you're gonna be looking for

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you know, we have to look at the person of course, he's, you know, his morals, his

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background and the family education, you know, you know, it's, it's, it's a whole package, you know? Yes, the Prophet Muhammad SAW some says he that Oh, c'mon, tondonia Dena, who was always your Prophet Mohammed says if someone who comes to ask for your marriage, right for him for your hand, and he and he has good morals, and you know, Allah, and Dean, so get him married. Yep. Dean, but you, but it's this is from the headings, I understand, but and they also have elaborated on the head, you know, looking from the Sunnah of the Prophet Mohammed, as I said, you know, you have to look at many other aspects, as I mentioned, you know, I'm a marriage officer and by experience that,

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you know, you The, the,

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when it comes to, let's say, a sister, who's Mashallah a doctor or a surgeon or whatnot, right, and maybe a brother who's,

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I don't know, a librarian, you know, he or he's, he's a cab driver, you know, the, there's a huge gap between, you know, the, the social support aspect of, you know, between her background and his background, because most likely, you know, she's still advanced, you still high in terms of the intellect, and the guy, uh, you know, he's not as Mashallah and as educated as her. So, I cannot generalize, of course, but

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my experience, you know, you need to find someone who is in the same kind of level as yourself, you know, or, as a husband, you want somebody who's in the higher level, you know, in terms of, you know, education, whatnot. This is how it works of Hanna line. Oh, but for a wife. If she's Mashallah more educated than the men, by experience, I've seen that those marriages they tend, you know, Pamela, not to? I don't know, how, what do you think brothers and sisters, but

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they tend to have problems and also, also, other things that you have to look at my sisters is if you're looking for a prospect.

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Did you know how are you going to test this guy? How do you How would you assess whether he's a good fit or not fit? You know?

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Is it by his look, make a lot of girls now they just go by the look? A lot of girls now they just go by, you know, how much money he has in his account?

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or What does he do? What not, you know, but how about

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Oh, she uh, she may say, No, but I also he prays, he prays, which is good.

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But that's not, you know, a good assessment.

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He praising the misery does he? What? What does he know? Five times a day? Okay, good.

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Does he pray in the masjid?

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What kind of questions do you ask him?

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You know, do you drink? Yeah, drink water. Do you drink? I mean, if you wanna, if you if you want to marry somebody who drinks soccer, they're not on what you're thinking, right? Do you smoke? The Do you fast? I mean, these are not I mean, you want to know that? again. You need to ask some very, very smart questions. You know about the prey, you may say yes, you know, but you have to do your due diligence. You have to ask about that person. You know, you may be asked the Imam of the masjid where he says he prays at you know, maybe he's the guy told you, I pray five times a day in the masjid, um, the bird have the vision and the vision and the budget of the budget, you know, and then

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you go to the Imam and he says, number one, I don't see that guy I never seen and what is anytime I see him he only comes to make trouble in Division. Isn't he?

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You know, so you need to do your due diligence you need to ask, you know, ask his friends or maybe his neighbors or, or the Imam as I said, You know, I mean, but just you know asking, you know, a question that do you pray the brain is may not be a very very intelligent question but you want to go deeper? Maybe maybe a good question, sister You can ask him. When was the last time you prayed special in the masjid?

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I like that question. You just slapped him in the face right there, you know, in a good good slap. If he's a Mashallah a person who prays in the mission regularly, he would tell you yesterday or today, right? of him that I'm a regular. But if he's, if his you know, when was the last time you pray in the masjid?

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When was the last time I press in the measured? No, I'm all done. Yeah, let's do one more that I did last.

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Last Ramadan. All right. I mean, would you make a decision now whether to marry this guy or not? I mean, maybe not. But you still have to ask some more questions. Maybe he you know, he needs help with waking up and going to the machine and break. But also very important. Like I said, his luck, his morals, his, his character, you know, his background, the family? Would he be able to support you financially? And you know, and also there's a bunch of things, my sister So here, you know, this is just a little, little, you know, advice, golden advice, for those of you who are seeking to get married insha Allah who data, but if you know

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that he was asked, you know, when you know about, you know, whether you know someone or not?

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Whether you know someone or not, he says,

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He says, Have you traveled with him? No. Have you lived with him? No. Have you done business with him? No, then you don't know him?

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Then you don't know him?

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Have you traveled with him? Have you lived with him? Have you done business with him? Or her? This is talking about her or him? Right? Then you don't know him? You can't know a guy who you know he you see him at university without school. Right? Well at work. And you know, and you heard him talk here once or whatnot, and is it you know, he's a good guy is a good prospect. And it's just a, it's not enough, it's not sufficient. When you're traveling with some, you know, with people, we have a very good friend. So Pamela,

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as soon as you move in with that friend, and then you really get to know the depth of that friend, and he gets to know the depth of you as well, right? Because when you live with someone, it's you're you're sharing too many things.

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When you live with someone, you're sharing so many things, right? I want to step out this time, I don't want to hear noise, I wanna, I like this, I don't like that. I don't want to what before you were just friends, you were maybe best friends, but you did not move in with each other. I know, so many friends were like very close friends, but so much that they decided to live with each other. We're so you know, amazing, great friends that's moving with each other. As soon as they moved in with one another, somehow they became not enemies, they hated each other. Because, again, living or doing our traveling with, you know, with people traveling, right? You get to know that, you know,

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those, you know those when you traveled with them. And also, and also doing business with them. So again, doing business traveling, and living with them doing business, you get to know somehow the gut of those people, and then what they made of, you know, you could have great, you know, friends and whatnot, as soon as you start some sort of business with them. They may be in fact really good people. They may be really, really good people, right? But then maybe, maybe not. Maybe you will find something else about them or maybe you find out more about them that they owe when in terms of business and money, they become monsters, they become totally different human beings or whatnot. So

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to know a person, live with them, or do business with them or you know, traveled with them. True Colors show. Exactly. All right, exactly.

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So this is a with regard to marriage. So the Prophet Muhammad SAW them he married Felicia, about the Aloha and how Allah and that marriage lasted for 15 and 1025 years, some long Lavalle he was selling them 10 years 15 years before the bitsa before the prophecy of the president of Sudan, and 10 years after the Prophet

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To see of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it he was sending him a little Muslim to send him and in the venum hammer, you know,

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and as I said, this is the greatest little story of all time, Mohammed as I sit down and hadisha about the Allah and how Alba greatest love story so much of that Prophet Mohammed, he, um,

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he, he saw a lot of slum

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he did not forget about her even after her death. Even after her death, he did not forget about her one day In fact, America, you know, in the, in the Congress of Makkah, and then he, he saw this old woman, and then he went, you know, by this old woman, and then he put his eyebrow on the floor and he sat down with her, and then they were talking, and then she was looking, who's that old woman, you know, that Prophet Mohammed is talking to, you know, and then and then when she spoke to us over one, the Prophet told her, this is how these just friend, she is Heidegger's friend.

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We're talking about how deja Oh, they allow her and her What about Allah subhanho wa Taala had a

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blessed them with six kids, four boys and two girls, right four boys and two girls zeyneb and and a year and omocha tune and finally Matt those other girls and then the boys, Abdullah and possum Abdullah and I'm passing

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my brother's

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so Pamela, it was such a very happy marriage. Prophet Mohammed and Khadija such a very happy man that marriage

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then the time when it was really sad is was when the Prophet Mohammed lost his, you know, children his son's ID, his Salatu was set up this only time where he was really sad when you know with thumbs Khadija. Yeah, I mean, there are many other things. So we're talking about in shallow data, but he lost his two babies, some alone he was sitting, he lost a person. And he lost Abdullah, you know, he was they were three and four years old.

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So those of you you know, who may be going or know someone, or going through some ordeal of maybe, you know, losing a loved one or whatnot. Prophet Mohammed is then he buried his own children with his own hands. Before that he buried the mother, Khadija, and then his children and his daughters, except Fatima except Fatima, all his children's civilize them. He was the one who buried them.

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Next except Fatima, who died six months after the death of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So how old is he now? How old is he now? He is about 30 to 33 years old son.

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By the way, remember sisters and brothers yesterday, we're talking about the four A's of a happy wife. You remember that? Those of you on Facebook and those of Instagram and I said I'm going to talk about the four A's have a happy wife.

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All right, you guys remember?

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The four A's have a happy wife? Do you still want to know? What are the four A's have a happy wife?

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All right, the four A's have a happy wife. Yes. If you why you want your wife to be happy. All the boys out there and all the guys out there. Who are the guys out there. Yella, if you want the happy wife, you need four A's.

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The first a is appreciation.

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Appreciate your wife appreciate your spouse. And this also applies for both husbands and wives. Right. But for the wife is complicated, but you want a happy wife number one for a appreciation.

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Number two,

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affection. You need to show affection. You need to say I love you.

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Right. You need to say I love you. You need to say I've got I've come a habit kata who I've got my habit can do whatever you need to say maybe it's nice to add many drama at the end. You know, marriage. Marriage. Ah, gotta do marriage. We don't have to sing it because you would know that maybe you're just lying. You know, but

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having an ad I love you know, you know

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Gonna Say, however, in your language or whatever your language is, you know, whatever your language is just say this, right? I don't hear so you need to show that affection and affection will be nice when it comes with touches, you know affection with, you know the words, but you know, a couple of them with with with with with touches couple them with with hugs and and terraces and not a no no don't don't don't do the slaps you know No, no no those just the touches and and and and and and the hugs no no no no punches no of course not. So. So I said the first a appreciation, the second a affection

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then you need attention. Your spouse needs attention, love. I know husbands they fail here because, you know, they you know you don't give enough attention and so Pamela Yes, we all need attention. They need attention. So to make her happy, you need to give her appreciation. You need to give her affection, you need to give her attention, and you need to give her one last for a

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who can guess what that last for a is

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who can guess what that last for? A is there's one more a

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I sent appreciation. I said affection. And I said Attention

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all right.

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Cut the corner.

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Yeah, any mob sorta Mac.

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More cut a note that is wrong,

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though all the time.

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Well, anywho Yeah. Yeah, but sort of help. What if last would hang on?

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Masato what

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and the Kyani Eman

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Shakira fragments Kingdom an abyss for as I said, appreciation? I said,

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affection. I said

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attention. Number four other ration? No, no, no other ration is comes with affection, affection, acceptance, acceptance and determine the law of kamma he and you can Xhosa lotto hardingham awmac that's calling him out. Oh my God calling him out of Canada, my head attorney? How can I hear you have to accept her as she is acceptance, to accept your wife as his

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right to accept your wife. So you have the four A's you have appreciation, you have affection, you have attention and you have acceptance. These are the four A's All right, so remember them in Sharla? Who dad right?

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Well, how can I kind of was already selfless to them. These are the ones the Prophet Muhammad is a sinner with? With falesia

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Allahu Allah. So his prophet Mohammed now ready to get to become a prophet?

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Is he ready to become a prophet?

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Brothers and sisters, let's all look is he ready to become a prophet? Yellow?

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He's married. Now remember yesterday, I said is he ready? And you people said yes. And I said no, because he needs to get married. So now he's married. Is he ready to get ready to get to become a prophet yellow? Is he ready to become a prophet now? Noah said yes.

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How about those of you on Instagram? Is he ready to become to to receive the revelation yes means said yes.

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No, he was not ready yet. A lot of Xhosa is preparing him so Lola Harlem send them Allah Subhana Allah Dinah is preparing Prophet Mohammed also said that there is another couple of things that needs to happen in the life of the Prophet Muhammad Allah has said that

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he will adopt a son

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he will adopt a son solo son by the name of Zed, Zed, Zed.

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Zed and how he thought about the Atlanta was that he was sold as a as a as a slave, you know, to her Dijon, yellow Anna and, and then they were you know, he was living in the house of the Prophet Muhammad is a slave. But then his father said his father, you know and his his mother said that no Salah

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And his father, they came, and they found profit and all they found where their son was leaving. So they came asking for their son and then Prophet Mohammed, you know, brought his son in obrazy and asked him, do you want to go and live with your parents? Or do you want to stay with me? It's your choice. I would free you right now. He freed him. And he's also he's no longer asleep. In fact, Prophet Mohammed took him to buy the Kaaba in Mecca that day. And he says, This is my son, Zaid, no Mohammed. This is my son Zegna Mohammed before this was made Haram in Islam, before this was made hadn't been established. First initially, Prophet Mohammed was, you know, was taking him as a son

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like a doctor adopted son Zayed Mohammed but this was prohibited in Islam, so Zedong, Allah, Allah Wa, chose to live with Prophet Mohammed, although he and Prophet was not a prophet at the time.

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He wasn't the Prophet. But Zaid jilani says, I saw the Rama in this man that I did not see in anyone. He was so merciful towards me. He was very nice towards me. He was very gentle towards me. He never heard heard to me. He never, you know, deceived me. He never beat me. And he was a kid.

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So he did not want to go back to me with his parents. He chose to stay with the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu. And he was sending. Alright, so now Prophet Mohammed, how old is he? He's 35 years old. Right? He's 35 years old. How old? Is he my brothers now? How old is he? Just to make sure that you guys are following up with me. I'm taking things into like a chronology, chronological order. All right. So how old is Prophet Mohammed now? 3535 when he was 33 or so he adopted the son by the name of Zegna adhatoda. And now, you know, he's 35 years old.

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Ready to get married to become a prophet? No, he's not ready. There's one more thing that has to happen. What he will learn the act of or the skill of uniting people.

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He will learn the skill of uniting people, he will learn the skill of, of

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making up between people.

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Allah His salat wa, sir. Right. So what will happen when he's 35? Something amazing will happen at this time brothers and sisters. What is it? The building of the Kaaba?

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The building of the Kaaba.

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Alright, so

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this is where Prophet Mohammed not only will participate in the building of the Kaaba, but also he will unite Polish as they were about to keep each other just because of the honor. The other of you know, raising the black stone and putting it into the Kaaba. So what happened brothers and sisters

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they decided to rebuild the cabinet because the cabinet has gone through several several renovations you may say right. So they decided to rebuild the cabinet decided to rebuild it with only halaal provisions on your head and money. Why? Because they used to also believe that anything coming from adultery, anything coming from from

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any usury anything coming from alcohol, it is not holiday it is haram so they wanted only to use Hillel provisions Hadn't you know wealth added money to build the cabin. So they started know they wanted to rebuild the Kaaba

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and Wellington mohila who is the father of Herman Walid and Wellington malayala

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he but they were scared initially to you know to touch the camera they want to rebuild it but they were scared to you know, to they had to destroy it to rebuild it from scratch. But doesn't sisters Why would they scared?

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What do you think they were scared to start you know, they know destroying or no hitting like the walls so they can build new walls? Why do you think they were scared?

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Facebook Instagram. Why do you think they were scared? Until came dismantle what even while I took an axe and you started you know,

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you know hidden

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Why do you think they were scared?

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Well, they all believe that they believed in Allah. Yes, they knew about illustrations, but why there were

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Scary they wanted to do something good. They want to renovate the Arabians because the cable was falling because of floods. I'm going to give you the history of the Kava right now.

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Not because of the idols. banishment from Allah.

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What it is the house of Allah, they just want to rebuild it because it was falling. There was flood, you know, that caused it to be to be not straight, so they had to rebuild it. So but why were they scared to start, you know, working on it?

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No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I mean, you guys all giving me good answers, but they're not the right answers. Because they remember sisters and brothers. They remembered what happened to Abdullah heart when he tried to destroy the Kaaba.

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They remembered what happened to abraha. Right, when he tried to destroy the Kaaba with his elephants, right. And then allies, there's just send those type of ebby. So they were scared, but they had good intention. Abra had a bad intention of I wanted to destroy the caliber, but what they wanted to rebuild the cabinet. So and what it will boil up, he took an axe and then he says, well, ah, you know, that our intention is to rebuild it is to make it strong. So he started hitting. And one point I saw him that nothing happened to him, they came in, they started helping him. Right, they came and they started helping him.

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They started helping him, you know, rebuild the combat until they came into that corner, the corner where they had to put that black stone. And then what happens is and but there's a big almost fight happen between Polish between different tribes from polish, everybody wanted to have the honor of raising, you know, and carry in the black stone and putting it into, into into the corner in the Blackstone corner.

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The almost a fight was going to happen until they decided to, you know,

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put Prophet Mohammed as a mediator sallallahu send them they did not know who he was, right? I mean, not who he was, but they did not know because they said the first person who comes out from that, you know, from the who comes in here, you know, we will we will select him as a mediator. They've all agreed, and that person will happen to come with Prophet Mohammed Salah most of them. So they all agree this is I mean, I mean, I mean, I've been, I've been I've been I mean, we agreed, we agreed, we agreed, and then they let the prophet to mediate. So what did the Prophet Mohammed Hassan do, he brought in, you know, this big piece of cloth, and then he put with his hands of others and

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the, the, the black stone in that, you know, in the middle of that cloth, and then they all carried the black stone from a different corner, you know, every tribe came in and pulled the black stone from a different, you know, corner of that Bluff, and they all races so he saved that, you know, that day as they say he saved that Polish from a huge, huge

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somehow halala fight that happened. I'm kidding. That was gonna happen. And as you say, as I was explaining, it's all about honor. But this is this is I want to give you a history of the Kaaba.

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I hope you're taking notes.

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Right. So I need we need to give you you know, the history of the Kaaba, who build the Kaaba, what happened to the Kaaba, and I'm gonna give you some information about the Kava today you know about you know maca today the Kava today, you know, and beta haram today in the hotel, but I want to give you some, you know, some maybe some information you've never heard before. Right? I'm going to give you some information maybe you've never heard before. So I suggest you guys take notes. I know yes means taking notes. I know yes means taking notes. I don't know who else is taking notes.

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I'm sure you're not going to remember everything I'm going to talk about today. But this is really really really this is something you're gonna appreciate. I'm sure you're gonna love this information. Sharla so I suggest you guys start taking notes about it so I can start giving you the you know the history of the Kappa. So sisters brothers, are you ready?

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Are y'all ready day? Are you guys ready? smilla

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ready to take notes about the history of the Kaaba.

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boys, girls, ladies, gentlemen.

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Zoey Zoe. Yes me

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the same as she is.

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Who else and Musa ready born

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and sabots nez ready and Hafez is also ready, light spread ready by masala.

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The Kaaba no one is ready as well Masha Allah

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carrabba was initially built by alma iica, the angels, right? The angels, they build the cabin initially, and then was rebuilt by sheet Adam and sheet, his son sheet and then rebuild the cab when Allah azza wa jal told Adam you know about the foundation, right? the Kaaba, and then Ibrahim Aliso then rebuilt it, you know, this is you know the history because the Kaaba kept getting destroyed either by flood or rain or whatnot. So it got he was, you know, rebuilt. So after the angels who was Adam and his son sheet or set or set and then he below him and he said him and his son is married. And then the America a group called America, you know the giants and then go home.

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The drill home cabinets also home Ribbit, also the cabinet and that Prophet Mohammed has a Sadam Of course with polish.

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They revealed the caliber and then Abdullah zubayr

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at the time of the Prophet Mohammed as a citizen,

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when they build the Kaaba,

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they did not have enough money like had that money. So they left that assuming circle that you see today where people they go you know, in that semi circle outside of the cabinet that used to be you know, when the but I hadn't built it. I didn't set up that semicircle needs to be part of the cabinet. This is why when people they make the off they go around the semicircle outside of it, they don't go inside, the thoughts will not be accepted. Why because that semicircle that Asian, Asian is, you know, is inside of the Kava. So people who fight to pray there is a lot of people struggle to pray inside. Why because if they were to pray inside, as if they operate inside the Kaaba,

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as if they are praying inside the Kaaba So, so they left it outside. And initially my brothers and sisters, the Kaaba used to have a door. I know from the ground today that you see, you see a board which is raised, they have to have a ladder, right to climb up a ladder to go inside the cab. But initially, the law used to be from the ground just like you know, you want to enter your home, your home away, you open the door, then you get in. So that's like how it used to be like the cabinet there was the door from inside, you know from from the ground, and then wonder from the back, Wonder from the front and wonder from the back. So they used to come in from the front and then get out

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from the back.

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And then Abdullah Zubair rebuilt it and then it has just, he built it as well. And then what odd I'm Robert from the Ottoman Empire, one of the robair also innovated the Kaaba. So these are the you know, uh, the, you know, the,

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all these groups and people who rebuilt the cabin, or build the car. The height of the Kaaba is 15 meter log. And then you have the length of the Kaaba is 12 meters long 15 by 12. Notice,

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you know, but this was, in fact,

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the Kaaba, you know, did not have a ceiling. It did not have a ceiling, it was open, there was no ceiling in the in the on the top. It was the smell but you don't have to back to pan who put the ceiling inside the cupboard.

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Right It was a ceiling it was to pat who put a ceiling inside the cabinet so it did not have a ceiling at the time of Ibrahim Allah He said

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also my brothers and sisters, this caliber that you see and is that you see today

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it has had a fight with somebody who's asking about it has just and has had a you know, a fight with the Abdullah Abdullah bin Zubaydah retreated to the Kaaba, right. And then and then

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a blood survey he retreated to the cannabis. What happened

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has just he was you know, he was throwing they were throwing fire, you know, he was throwing fire into into a blood the Zubaydah and his army and the fire touched the Kaaba and touch the clothing of the Kaaba and the Kaaba, you know, caught fire. So then after the death of Abu Zubaydah, and has just rebuilt it with the with the order of I've met a groom on one who was the who was the ruler at the time. Too bad this meant to buy By the way, this man took that he for it was a rotor who was a tyrant as well. He wanted, you know, to harm the Kaaba, but his soul somehow, as he wanted to harm the Kaaba Allah Subhana Allah tala afflicted him with

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skin disease

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with a skin disease. So, the people went to him and they said the skin is is that you have is because he intended to go and harm the Kava. So, you have to do something good for the Kava, you have to do something good for the Kava. So he decided, you know, to not only put the seed in but also to put the, the the claw theme, the guardian of the Kaaba, in the kiswa of the cabinet the cabinet used to be like naked, like there was no I mean standing naked in our naked but there was no there was no cloth in it was just was. So the person who has some hammer, the first person who initiated this, the cloth in the case of the Kaaba is this man by the name of Tabak right. And the

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camera By the way, the clothing was not black. Initially, it was not black, it just to have different colors. It was white, yellow, red, blue, had different colors until you know recent years when, you know the

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man the Saudis took over, and then it took the you know, the other color, that which is today, not the black color.

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In this time of Ibrahim al is set in the height of the Kaaba is only to be 4.5 meters today is 15 meters long. So the cabinet that you see today is not exactly as the caliber that was built by Ibrahim.

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Ibrahim, when he built the cabin, the height was only about this add a load 999 arm's length, which is like 4.5 meters

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You know, this is the the height of it. And then the the weight was 10 it was Yeah, any 4.5 and it was less than about three meters. But then it was it was raised and raised and raised. And then today it's like 15 meters, you know, the height of it. So again, like I'm saying what you see today the scabbard today it is not exactly the same. It was built by by Ibrahim Allah, he's set up.

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There's something else I want to tell you about the Campbell brothers and sisters. You know, you see something called enemies lob, on top of the cabinet there is this golden golden thing coming out from the top. It's called an miserab. It's like, it's like a Yeah, Annie about where the water water comes up when it rains. Like when it rains, right, the water instead of the water getting stuck inside. So they put in this this miserables for the water to come out. So it's called them is up. And then you have the bottom of it. The bottom is called the shadow run. Those of you who've seen the camera, you can go and maybe on YouTube, and you can they have pictures of it. So the bottom of

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it the foundation, it's called the shadow lon. And it has, again, four corners, right? It has the Blackstone corner. It has the Yemeni corner prior to its Yemeni corner, you know, after the people coming from Yemen, you know, it was coming from that direction. So they call it the Yemeni Porter and then they have no it has the Iraqi corner people coming from Iraq and then it has a show me corner people coming from a shelf. So you have the Blackstone in, you know, Blackstone before it is the Yemeni corner than the Chevy corner, the anarchic corner, you know, people coming from shell coming from that. So these are the four corners of the car.

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And then you have

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um, the, there's something else, which is interesting that lots of people don't know about.

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You know, this case what I mentioned today, brothers and sisters, this case work that we have today, the weight of it is 640 kilo kilograms, it's very heavy. Right? So it's 640 kilograms. This is the current weight of the kiswa of the gabbeh. Also, my brothers and sisters the wife never stops somehow. Isn't the cap around if it's not around me no upside or you know, like even today with the pandemic, there's always stuff happening, you know, in the upper floor or the third floor or whatnot, but he's always thought life happening somehow like into Canada.

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And this door, there's a door, the door of the cabinet is made off of gold that you see today.

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And this this door, my brothers and sisters has a key a special key, right? It has a special key and the special key here it is somehow law under the possession of a family of Earth many have looked at

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when Prophet Mohammed Salah Muslim came to know the conquest of

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Maka and then he needed the key to enter the inside the cabinet to destroy those idols smellable but at the time he was not a Muslim. So Prophet Mohammed Tov, Allianz, obey, go and get me the key, the keys to the Kaaba. So they wonder if man enough they knocked at the door as man, Prophet Mohammed is asking for the key,

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the mother of cement, she came to him and she says, if you were to give him the key, you may never get it back again. So he hesitated. It was not a Muslim, but he hesitated.

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So adding again one more time CRS man gave us the key Prophet Mohammed is waiting.

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So he had no choice that to go with them. So he went with them. And then he gave the key to the Prophet Mohammed Salah lowson. Prophet Mohammed opened the Kaaba, Allah best came to us over Since you're so lucky give me give me the key. So if I have the key, and then because of our best polish, they also have the the water in the honor to water the huget Zamzam is by of the metallic right. So it was the one who felt who found out where the who discovered it initially, I talked about this couple, you know, last week when I talked about the discovery of the observer was the grandfather of the Prophet Mohammed. So when they discovered it becomes theirs. Yeah. And he they're the ones who

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are in the hedges for free. It's an honor. It is an honor for them for free. So he says we have the watering of the gash. And then the key to that we would have all the honor for us for you know, bento Hashem, but Allah subhana wa tada revealed there was only one ayah revealed inside the Kaaba. Brothers and sisters do you know which it is?

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There was only one idea that Allah subhana wa tada revealed that when Prophet Muhammad was inside the Kaaba because Prophet Muhammad was about to give the key to his uncle, Bess, but Allah subhana wa tada

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revealed an AI in the

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inside the Kaaba.

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What happens?

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What is the

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talking about the Kaaba today? What is the history of Zamzam? Where is Zamzam?

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Today in the Kaaba, when you go to the harem in America, where is the actual, you know, place of Zamzam?

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Is it in the main plaza where the Kaaba is? Or is it far away from it?

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Is the is the is the, the actual you know, the zum? zum? zum? zum?

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Is it only one well, or is it several wells? A

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lot of people don't know about this?

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though people don't know about this. They they only think that Zamzam is only one Well, is it there's so many wells out there actually. But there's the well of Zamzam. What happened to it?

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What happened to Samson? And also the this the What's that, you know, station of Abraham, where the footsteps of Ibrahim are, what is it actually?

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So again, the key to the Kaaba, which IR was revealed. Inside the Kaaba. What happened to the Zamzam and were Zamzam.

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Brothers and sisters, do you know that these well of Zamzam the water of it, that gets gets consumed every day? Do you know how much water gets consumed? Every day of Zamzam. Do you know in hedge how much water Zamzam gets consumed every day,

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every day, dream The the the Hajj season, how much Zamzam water gets consumed. And where is the water coming from?

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There is no source. There's no source.

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This maqam Ibrahim, what is it about? Why is it called maqam Ibrahim

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brothers and sisters inshallah Tada. We will talk about all this and more tomorrow in sha Allah hota. Tomorrow, we will talk about this and we will talk about no more kind of you're wrong not 600 millions No, you're wrong GFI. Insert a load data tomorrow with talk I will give you information depth depth like deep information about the callback

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About the Harlem I'll tell you about how many carpets are used in the car in Harlem. Today, I will tell you about the the doors of the of the harem in Mecca how many gates there is. I will tell you about some programs that they have in America today that you could take advantage of by the way, I will tell you about some programs like the health program that you could take advantage of it, you know, health program happening in mathcad 24, seven free of charge free of charge. I will tell you about that in Sharla hotelera wherever you are, you could call them and you could they could you know set up a system with you so that they can teach it and you know live from Mecca. Now you could

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do that with Teddy about this as well. Tomorrow in Sharla. Who tada is that Camilla have brothers and sisters. We will meet tomorrow again same time 5:30pm Eastern Time 10:30pm UK time. Zack Camilla shout again for joining me Allah bless you Milady Ward you you don't want to miss tomorrow's session, or today's session or yesterday's session. Those of you who just joined today or you know or late you can always go back and watch these sessions on YouTube. My channel youtube in shallow Tyler they're also on Facebook or Instagram but go and watch them on YouTube in Sharla Other than that, I shall see you all tomorrow inshallah tada as I can. about coffee can set it off later. Hello

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Cata Facebook, so I might come. So Michael Mr. Graham, Zack l'affaire. nassima are the hafeez Who else has a more canny shot? nanpu so all those of you on Facebook? Yes means always light spread those of you on Instagram or any sir no one now. chairs. Yeah. All of you those on Instagram.

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Zack aloka for joining with you tomorrow. Yes, Sir Michael

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Shaykh Riad Ouarzazi is a very rare find! His energy and passion for teaching is extremely evident in his style and approach. His students have dubbed him the heart doctor as he often requests them for their hearts to metaphorically conduct a ‘bloodless open-heart surgery’.

Shaykh Riad was born in Casablanca, Morocco and, after achieving Islamic education degrees from M. Abdullah University, he moved to the States in 1988, where he pursued Bachelors in International Management and a Master’s of Science in Computer Information Systems. He studied Aqeedah under Shaykh Waleed Basyouni and Fiqh under Shaykh Waleed Idrees. He attained certificates in personal development, business management and coaching.

He moved to Canada in 2001 and became active in Islamic work, conducting lectures and khutbas in several masajid in the Greater Toronto Area.

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