Al-Ḥudaybiyah – The Truce Of Victory – PT 08

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After the Treaty of al-Hudaybiyah women continued to make hijrah, sometimes alone. These women were not returned to the Mushrikeen of Makkah even though this formed part of the treaty. The background and related rulings of this are covered in some detail.

The story of Sayyiduna Abu Baseer (ra) is related and the frustration of the Quraish in finding their way to Syria blocked.

This lesson concludes with some of the benefits that came about because of the Treaty of al-Hudaybiyah.

This lecture was delivered on November 27, 2015 at Al Kawthar Academy, Leicester.

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wa salatu wa karate

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when I was

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a year at the dinner, when you have to hit

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want to show the two who are sold. So the last one, leaving your soffit or balaka was seldom at the Sleeman Thielen GFI

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respective listeners are Solomonic what I had to learn.

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Once again, we gather for the commentary of for the study and the commentary of the youth on who they be from.

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For those who are studying from the originals, he'll remember hardy from his 2731 and for those who are following in the abridged version of so he will harden the abridgement of the mumsie and Dena Zubeidi. Now, law known as the GDP study, they are the three Germany's than the number is 11, nine to two.

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Today is the eighth part of our reading, and my commentary. So let's begin with some of the costs eliminated in a moment, a hearty laugh.

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And I relate with an uninterrupted chain from me to the mammal hardwood rahimullah

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who relates with his chain from Mr. Obama, the law firm, and marijuana

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who both relate from a number of Senior Companions of the law.

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They relate the

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long and famous Hadeeth of who they be,

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the Treaty of who they be and the events that unfolded on that journey and on that occasion. Now we are towards the end of the holidays. And we've covered a lot in detail.

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In short, the profits of the library who recently departed from the holy city of Medina

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in the beginning of the month of Carragher in the sixth year of his life, with intentional performing

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in the company of 1500 companions out of the law home approximately

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they can to short distance from Medina at record Eva, were the profits in the long run equals and many of the companions entered into the

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sacred state of a home.

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And they drove their sacrificial animals along with them.

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And there were seven too large and

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they proceeded on that journey, many events took place on the journey.

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And eventually they arrived near Makkah, and camped

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at a place called davia, which is a few miles away from Africa to the west of Mecca. Again, many events unfolded there, culminating in the truce of who they be, which were all of these things we've covered in detail.

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Following the agreements and the truce of her day via the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the companions broke their arm and embarks on their return journey to Medina.

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On the return journey of the events unfolded to include in a miraculous event. Again, all of this I've discussed, this is where we concluded last week.

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So the final words were phenomenal.

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Hold on when I have so when they the companions of the library who saw this ie the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on becoming Hello from his home and his

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shaving or having his head shaved and his sacrificing his animals, when they saw this, from a huddle, they also rose and they slaughtered their animals, which are either bamboo, meander Koba, and some of them

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and they began shaving each other's heads had that guard the barrel, boom, yep, to the back of the hammer, until some of them were close to slaying the others

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in sorrow, and this is a reference to the

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extreme sorrow and grief of the companions, that will be a labyrinth.

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And in that sorrow and grief when they were shaving one of those heads, of course, they had no such intention or inclination, and nor, nor did they do anything which suggested this, but the severity and the ferocity with the harshness with which they were shaving one another's heads

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seemed and the narrator says this in a dramatic manner, that they were almost close to killing one another, out of their ferocious shaving. And this was a result of their extreme sorrow and grief, which, whose reasons I've explained last week. This is where we ended up moving on to the final parts of the Hadees, the narrator say,

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some majah, who

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then believe in women came to him the prophets and the lavalley, who sent them. buttons that allow their honor so Allah, the Exalted, revealed the following verse, yeah, your livina amerind or either Minato mohajir that then from the hill

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in our own so until he reached the words because summon, go off. But before I continue

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the narrator's have now made what was the than the narration of the heavy theater has now made a sudden jump from the conclusion of the Treaty of today via apps per day be to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam now being once again settled in Medina.

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So the words from majah wholeness would mean and then believing women came to him. I, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from Abia to Medina

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settle there. And how long was this journey? How long was it stay in her davia it's appears that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam departed from Medina at the beginning of

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and he made his way to Makkah, he can tap with a beer. It seems as though the entire journey from beginning to end took approximately six weeks. So

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a number of days they're eight to 10 days, they're approximately eight to 10 days back. And the intervening period was a period for which they were countered with a B It was quite an extensive period. So in total, we're talking about 45 days, one and a half minutes, six weeks.

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Now when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned, he returned in the middle of the lecture.

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And Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam settled and he resumed his normal life in Medina. But now it was in a new climate in the climate of the truce of her baby. So after the truce of her they do

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many things happen.

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And one of the things that happened was

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some ladies from Makkah, Tomoko Roma,

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emigrated from Mecca to Medina.

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Remember, men and women had always attempted the perilous journey of hedgerows from Mecca to Medina from the time of hedra. So, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam emigrated, there were approximately a two to 100 companions of the Allah, who had already emigrated to Medina.

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After the hidrive of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there were a few individuals who continued to risk this hazardous journey.

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men as well as women.

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And there's that famous story of almost cinema how the allowing her herself. We spoke to her last week. She was one of the women of Islam who undertook that perilous journey and along with her child, and yet the child was taken away from her she was obstructed and she was forced to go back to Makkah separated from her husband and from the child. And she suffered a lot in the name and for this in the name of Islam for the sake of Allah. So I spoke about a Muslim I held the alarm partially last week. And apart from her there were many other women who and men who attempted that journey. But there was a trickle. Now, this is why the orange in the truce of her baby, they demand

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they insisted, because they could not prevent anymore. They insisted that anyone who leaves Makkah who joins you in Medina, you are under an obligation to return them to Macau, but not vice versa. We aren't an obligation to return anyone who comes to us

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despite that agreement, even after the truce of the adea

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many attempted to feed the mugger and join the prophets and the love it or send them

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some of them were women.

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So this is what the narrator reversed.

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So thermadata wholeness with me now. So some believing women came to him I in Medina forenza love their anus, what love the exalted revealed and then these verses of the Quran? Yeah, you're Latina, aminata acuminata Maha jrrt from

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it's only a partial, the partial verse mentioned here, Hector but until he reached meaning the Koran or Allah or the reciter be a summon carwash.

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So what the what the Hadees says it only mentions the beginning of the verse and

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two words from towards the end of the verse.

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But the full verse is it's a vessel sort of fermentation. Yeah, you're living in Amman. Minato mahadji Ratan

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Allahu Allah will be emailing him for in a minute in Houma.

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la llamada de Lune Allahu wa, to whom and when Arjuna Harlequin either party to

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whom one or two sick will be a seminal kawahara was a woman Melissa Luma and soco

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la jacobina como la hora de mucho team. That's the full verse. But the in the Hadith the full verse is not mentioned only the beginning as mentioned, and then two words from towards the end of the verse.

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So let me translate the verse Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna says oh believers yeah you're Latina is our job boo Mina. When believing women come to you

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and then

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then examine, interrogate Allah

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is more knowing of their faith fit in and

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then if you do know of them and find them to be believing women philanthropy

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then do not return them to the unbelievers

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they ie

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the women the believing women

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they are not lawful for them

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and no are they are either unbelieving men

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lawful for the believing women

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What are two human soco and give them ie the unbelieving men what they have spent

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what Arjuna highly

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and before that, and asks them

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what you have spent and they should ask you what they have spent.

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That actually that's another This here is just what

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What are give them what they have spent? When Arjuna had a and it is not a sin on me. And then

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oh, there is no harm for you. There is no restriction for you that you married them, as long as you have given them their data.

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And then law says, what are some sick will be SME look over,

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and do not hold on

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to the ties of the unbelieving woman. That's where the heavy says till the verse reaches. But the verse continues, but the reference is only given to that word.

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And then Allah says, not in another verse and same verse, what's a little man * when your subtle man that you should ask them for what you've spent, and they should ask people what they have spent.

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This is the law of a law with which he judges between you. And the law is all knowing all wise. Now, that's the verse, it's quite complicated. If you just look at the verse, the words and the translation.

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What it refers to, is that

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some of the women who traveled from Makkah to Medina,

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they fled their husbands as well.

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And you have to remember that until the revelation of this verse,

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marriages between the pagans, and the Muslims were permissible.

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So, till the 16th, of which

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you had husbands, who were pagans, but their wives were believers.

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And vice versa. You had women who were believing women.

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their husbands were pagans, and you had believe in men whose wives were still unbelievers and paid

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pagans and mushrikeen.

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And sometimes what happened is,

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someone's wife may have embraced earlier or later, and then decided to emigrate to Medina, after the Treaty of Arabia.

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So when they emigrate

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whether she was married,

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and therefore the believing wife of a pagan husband.

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If that was the case, last parama, who would data reveal laws in this verse about the arrangements that were to be made regarding the dowry paid by the pagan husbands? It's quite complicated, so I won't go into that. But that's what the verse refers to when, what to whom and when Allah says at the beginning of the verse, and give them what they have spent. And later when he says, What saddle Mountain *ton will your saddle mountain fall? And you ask them, of what you have spent, and they should ask you of what they have spent. The meaning of spent, what they have spent, and compensating them for this is that if a believing woman leaves her unbelieving husband, from Oregon, emigrates to

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Medina, then last panel, what Allah says, What you should do is at least give him back his dowry, that He paid the wife.

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That's the reference.

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In fact, prophets, Allah, Allah, Allah who symptoms daughter zeyneb of the Allah.

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She was his eldest daughter. Her husband was a symbol of rebellion.

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And he was actually still a pagan.

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And even though Xena brought the alarm,

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emigrated with the Prophet cymbala. He was in the meeting shortly after him because he sent back for his family.

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She emigrated and she was a believer, the prophets daughters and lalani who sent them but her husband

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who was the nephew of meaning Khadija Hello the Allahu Allah and therefore her first cousin

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from her mother's side.

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He was a first cousin, and he was a husband, but he remained an unbeliever

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in the Battle of but remarkably, he actually fought with the pagans.

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And he was captured

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and when he was captured

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taken back to Medina.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam decreed that

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ransom ransom should be paid for those

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prisoners, and they could then be freed and taken back to Makkah. So family members claims they arranged for the ransom of their family members. So I will learn signal revere being the husband of Xena but only Allah.

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She arranged for his ransom

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and she sent a necklace that was given to her by her mother for the general the alarm.

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So, when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was supervising everything, and the necklace was presented in his in his presence.

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As soon as he saw the necklace, he was overcome with emotion.

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Since he instantly recognize the necklace, that this is a necklace of mine of my wife and 1 million for the Wall Street Journal the alarm and she upon she had given it to Zane Zane have had received it. And now Xena, Xena,

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his pay is giving that same necklace as a ransom for her husband, who was actually a prisoner amongst the pagans of the Grange in Bethel, but the ransom was paid. And then

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he was allowed to go back many years later. Now he remained a disbeliever remarkably, all the way through the eighth year of Hitler.

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And then he came to Medina.

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And he was reunited with Xena.

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Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. So, I just give that as an example of

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the permissibility of non believing men

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and believing women being married to each other. In those days, we're talking about pagans, and wish again, until the sixth year of hitch until the revelation of these verses.

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Now, if I can elaborate on the verse last panel with Anna says, Yeah, you're Latina, either Jacqueline Minato hace la Oh, believe all believers when the believing women come to you as emigrants from the womb, then interrogate.

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This is why I sat in the hadith of Hitler. And in my talk on the sincerity of intention On another occasion, that y is the Hadeeth of sincerity of intention that had either the alarm or in which Manmohan he begins his book, and which is to be found in the beginning of many books. And it's a famous Hadith about sincerity of intention.

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That the prophets of Allah see the number of the lover and says Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in the middle of in the year, that deeds are only by intentions. Were in the man limited in Manoa. In one narration were in the Malik remember in Manoa and for each man is only what he has intended.

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From an incarnate hedgerow to who in a law who was solely for hedger to who in a lie.

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So whoever is hijra, is to Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then his hedger, his emigration is indeed only to Allah and His Messenger Salalah.

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woman cannot teach you how to who in our dunya you sleep

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ruthenium, for hirato illa hacia la and whoever is hedger, emigration is to the world that he seeks to acquire or to a woman that he sees to marry than his ledger is only to that, to which he is adequate.

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Now, why mentioned hedger in the context of sincerity of intention.

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And I've explained before on both occasions, that this is a supreme exam, because until the conquest of Mecca,

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the greatest deed for the Sahaba

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for those residing in Mecca, was to do

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for them the greatest deed wasn't to praise Allah and and mustard O'Hara.

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Even though they were still living there, for them, the greatest deed was to go and join the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and to do his

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And he actually wasn't easy

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to do, which meant

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leaving a secret

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in those years from the first year of hedra, till the eighth, leading Looker secretly

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with the fear of being chased or being perceived, and if caught,

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brought back in chains and shackles to Makkah, imprisoned, tortured, possibly killed.

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So there was that danger. The other danger was sometimes men alone, sometimes women alone,

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would travel all the way from

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through that baking deserts, in the heat of Arabia,

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all alone, LA,

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braving all those dangerous, not for a few hours before possible 10 days of rapid journey, and more if need be, even up to two weeks or longer.

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And in doing so, they would leave behind their husbands, sometimes their children, their parents, their family members, they would renounce their clans, their families, they would renounce their citizenship.

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They would renounce all protection of their families and clients.

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And he mentioned a woman doing that. And then when she would arrive in Medina, what was the fate to befall her? Allah says, are believers when women come to you believing women come to you as emigrants from the honeymoon, that interrogate Now, none of although the verse addresses all of this have added the alarm when it says, Yeah, you're living in an army, oh, believers, when believing women come to you, ie collectively, to all of you, as emigrants, then interrogate them, again, the imperative is collective, from people who all of you interrogate them, although that's the wording. No one ever used to carry out this questioning, with the exception of a sort of law and the law. It

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was only he would question.

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And Pamela, what was this question?

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A woman has just traveled through the deserts, risking everything, sometimes alone,

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fleeing her family, Makkah with the fear of being pursued and we now talking about the period after the truth.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala, Allah says, when they come to you interrogate them. So what was interrogation of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he used to say to them,

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have you emigrated from

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for any worldly reason for any domain?

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Have not. Have you emigrated? Because of a disagreement with your husband? No. Have you emigrated? In order to acquire wealth? Now? Have you emigrated with intention of marrying a man here in Medina? No. And then the final question would be, have you emigrated? Only out of the love of Allah? Is that a source of the law?

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And the answer would be yes. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would accept their by their pledge.

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Now Allah says when they come question, interrogate them, but the only one to interrogate them would be the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and these were his questions.

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And they listened Wilson say?

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how sincere when Allah says immediately in the verse from the hidden who interrogate them, a lot of them will be emailing him. Allah is more knowing of their email.

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Now imagine, this was their level of sincerity and their sacrifice. And still Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, they have to be careful, even in their intention of Hitler.

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This is why I'm the eve of the sincerity of intention is tied up with hijra because it's a supreme exam.

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So how sincere should we be?

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How regularly Should we check and review our intention and scrutinize it to ensure that it is solely for the pleasure of a lost parenthood if believing women underwent such difficulties, and then eventual interrogation despite all the things

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sacrifices they made,

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all the dangers they bring.

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And despite a law declaring that Allahu Akbar them will be emailing him, Allah is well aware of that and he man, Allah knows more of that he man, still Allah sees as far as you are concerned, interrogate them, that sincerity still had to be checked by the sort of law, some of the law

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and all of the believing men were sincere when they emigrate. Now, once they had emigrated, what happened? The question here was, by virtue of the treaty, just as happy with abou gender, the son of spider man, as we learned, anyone who emigrated from Africa to Medina, had to be returned.

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So this is exactly what happened. Now, one of the first woman to actually do hedger from

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others did it too. But the first woman to do a hedger, one's

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been to remind

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the daughter of a BMI

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sheet did her job.

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But she was a virgin. She wasn't married.

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She embraced Islam, not just before, with a beer. But sometime before in the early days, she embraced Islam. And even though all of her brothers were non Muslim, at the time,

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her brothers were non Muslim. She was alone single believer in her household.

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she embraced Islam as a young virgin, a young woman who had never been married, from one of the most from one of the noblest clans of the branch, families of the Quraysh she emigrated from Makkah Allah

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and she traveled all the way to Medina. her brothers came after.

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And when she reached Medina, her brothers caught up with her. They then came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they said,

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as per

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our agreement in the Treaty of her they via return our sister to us.

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Now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was under an obligation because he had agreed to that article of the treaty. It was then that last Chronicle with Ana revealed verses of the Holy Quran, these verses

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doing what are sort of the mundane of abrogating that article of the treaty, only in respect of women.

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So our last panel data told him, reveal the verse or believers Yeah, you're living in an era

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when believing women come to you and mohajir art as emigrating women from the hen room, then interrogate them. Allahu Allah will be hidden. Allah is more knowing of their Eman for in a minute, then if you know of them as being believing women. For whom a little too far. Do not return them to the unbelievers, Luna,

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neither are these believing women have for them lawful for them and nor are they lawful for them.

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consumer of the law, she says Allah revealed these verses after my immigration from God, and through my immigration and other women who followed her last panel with Allah abrogated that article of the treaty, but only in respect of women, it remained valid for the men, but only for the women. last panel, Diana said do not return them because of their vulnerabilities.

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And even though her own brothers came to collect,

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their sacrifice was remarkable and that emerged in the face

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of this habit of the alarm,

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and even the womenfolk.

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I've always said it's remarkable. I've mentioned this on so many occasions, that the enemies of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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his daughters, their daughters, and their sons and their family members.

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And even their wives, eventually all embraced Islam.

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he was the

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leader of the pagans and

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his daughter Rhonda, it'll be your Lorena also known as de bajo de la. She was one of the earliest Muslims who actually emigrated from

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Gotta have a shorter episode.

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And she was married to

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one of her cousins and in fact the cousin brother of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the brother of Xena Internacional de la. She, she was married to obey the law brijesh who unfortunately passed away in Hampshire.

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After him, the province of the law it was proposed to her and she married the property in the law, it wasn't them. So, Joseph Young was the leader of the enemy in Makkah. And his daughter was the wife of the Prophet sallallahu. He was

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the leader of one of the three main Jewish tribes of Medina have been nothing.

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He was the leader of Burnaby

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and he plotted and schemed against Prophet sallallahu Sallam when they were banished from Medina.

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He went to live in haber. That's where many of them went haber. And our waste is about 90 miles to the north of Medina.

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Then he continued to plot and scheme from haven. He was instrumental in the campaign of the walk in rousing the rage against the Muslims and forging alliances and raising an alliance against the Muslims in the campaign of who they be in the fifth year of Hitler. He was instrumental in that and that's why he came back to Medina and he was in the enemy camp.

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his own daughter

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two years after his death, he died in the after the Battle of davia in the siege of menorah.

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And two years later, in the seventh year of his daughter, the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam married his daughter, Sophia,

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Sophia to create now

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I'm delighted nor even have said all

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lead of the hypocrites in Medina, his wife

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and his daughters and sons. Eventually, one of his sons was famous to be a sincere believer, but eventually even his wife and the rest of his household all embraced Islam, even though he was a leader of them would have been in Medina, the hypocrites

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and who was this Oracle through

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a daughter of mine.

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He was one of the chieftains of the Rh and Dino which

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I hinted last week but we didn't have time and I left it but who was talking about the morning you may recall the story related by Abdullah hidden was pulled out of the Allahu anhu says one to one to the harem. And the province of the law it was someone was praying Sala

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and Abuja and the others have either Buhari as well as other books. They were all seated near the camera. When Abou gehele loudly explained that there is Mohammed rubbing his nose,

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on the ground.

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Which one of you will rise? He did, he did the his companions, which one of you will arise and go and fetch the

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placenta and the afterbirth the amniotic sac of

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the she camel that has just given birth in that family today in the neighborhood.

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So the A sa home the most terrible and evil ones, one amongst them stood up, went to the household in that neighborhood, fetch the after birth of the she camel brought it and when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fell in subdued, he threw the whole film bag of filth, which was very heavy, over the back Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam insula, Abdullah was the alarm Who says that? I was standing there observing this, but I had no help. I had no strength I had no power to prevent this. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was weighed down by the weight of this. after birth and amniotic sac. No one dared to come and help him because of the power of the

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operation those early days of Makkah. Fatima heard the alarm on how the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she was extremely young as a child. She is someone went and formed her the household she came out running. And she was the one who pushed the amnio

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Except off the back of the civil law, some of the law it was in them, and then she stood there abusing a blue gel and his companions, then the profits of the law it was on the rows and then drew near the garba. And raising his noble hands he prayed against them. When he prayed, that's when their faces fell. Otherwise before that, when that happened, they were all laughing, jostling, nudging one another, pointing to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and falling over each other in laughter and then he prayed a lot merrily over la sees shake. Ruby shava to Nairobi. Abuja Hello, I'm Rob Nishan, and NaVi mine.

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And then

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I'm delighted in the saga of the alarm says that their faces fell.

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faces fell. Why because they mean that he was praying in the vicinity of the Kava, and they never doubted his truthfulness or his honesty ever.

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And they were scared, they were genuinely scared. So

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not only was he one of the group there, but he was the he was the evil terrible one who went and fetch the sack. He was the evil one who threw it onto the back of the soul last and

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On another occasion, that was

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on another occasion.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was praying Salah in mustard, in an image to get her on.

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And what happened? But the more he became the Prophet Sall, Allahu Allah, who was the Muslim such that so Jude, and this

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he placed his foot on the neck of a sort of laughs in the La Liga with some of them. And he pressed down on the neck or sort of luckily he stood out or Salaam, whilst it was in such that

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it's mentioned in one of the narrations that the Prophet some of the love it will send him said later that I felt as though my eyes were about to pop.

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That's the force with which he pressed down on the neck of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That was the dogma of the mind. But

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that's the Father.

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But the miracle of Islam, the miracle of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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that his virgin, unmarried daughter living in his house,

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with the family with her brothers.

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He was such a staunch enemy. And yet Islam crept into the house into her heart, and she embraced and not just embrace, she took the risk of doing hedra all alone.

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from Mecca to Medina. Her unbelieving brothers came after her precede her, arrived in Medina demanded that she be returned. Allah revealed these verses, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam refused to return. But two years later, at the time of the conquest of Makkah, her brothers also all embraced Islam.

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So that was all consumed the daughter of mine.

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And it was because of her that last panel with Allah revealed this verse. So the article of the treaty about returning

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people back to Medina, was now

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now old, and

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the parts applicable to women was abrogated. So only men had to still be returned, but not women by the command of a Lost Planet. And that's something that the British accepted, they understood, and they accepted, they did not create a fuss about they were grumbling and complaining and moaning, but eventually they didn't do anything. So that's the meaning of these first two lads had the ability. And then rate says until the verse reaches what law reaches meet our seminal Galois theory, and I've read the verse and translated it for you. For them the kuruma Yama is a thing in Canada who fishes so after the revelation of this verse, it say, so I'm under the law and he divorced two of his

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wives, who were still with him

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from the time of paganism, meaning he was a believer of the alarm, but he had two wives

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who were still unbelievers, and that was aroma rhodiola.

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And they hadn't been hinted at yet they hadn't embraced. So after the revelation of these verses and 60 of hedger are mortal the alarm then divorce them because Allah says love them, love them whenever

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they are unlawful for one another.

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You could not be Sofia and so one of them might be Sofia and married her one class of one of naamyaa and the other safarnama omiya. married her. So these two were still

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some of the younger chieftains of the age. Maria, his father was Sophia and he was one of the elders. He was one of the elderly chieftains, and what are we I was one of the younger chieftains, and so one of naamyaa he was a son of omiya. Enough,

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who had died in the battle, but and so one was one of the younger ones, but he has again regarded as a rich, wealthy, noble chieftain of grace, but one of the younger ones. So these two were still unbelievers at the time. But eventually even these two embrace the point of not me and Maria who pianos me now, but because they were still unbelievers, each of the married

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one of the divorcees of Barbara de la and he divorced two of his wives. So far not yet married the morality of Navy Sophia and married woman that's what the Hadees says, tomorrow Jana be your son Lola honey who send them Elena Medina, then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned to Medina.

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Now, as I said, earlier on made a sudden jump. So these two lines which I've just discussed, they are actually after the prophets and the love it was and then returned to Medina.

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Then something else happened for Jehovah see, so all the seed came to the Prophet similar it was

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original manipulation, where one Muslim who was able to see original manipulation, a meme of the Muslim whilst he was a Muslim, who was c lived in Makkah.

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And he was one of the brains he wasn't actually one of the Quraysh. He was originally from the northeast, the tribe of five, but by Alliance, he became a member of the operation. He came while Muslim and he had embraced Islam. So he fled from Makkah as a Muslim. But what happened for us little feet Bobby here on julaine. So they sent two men after him in his proceeds for Parliament's when they arrived in Medina. They said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, accidentally the general dilemma that agreements which you made with us

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that he should be returned for the pharaoh who 11 Roger lane. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam handed overseer over to the two men for her Rajavi Bella.

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So they both lead him out of Medina until they reached the relay for a few miles out of the city. feminism. So they descended there for a short while. Yeah, chronometer marinela home, eating have some dates of theirs. So

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obviously you have come along, it fled from his family and his clam

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sent to men in his pursuit as bounty hunters

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so they came and

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collected them from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and they were taking him back. So on the way back they went out of Medina County the belief that there were three of them overseer the prisoner, and the other two the bounty hunters. So there was sitting there in Liverpool Eva, eating dates for parlor overseeding Roger lane.

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So we will see you set to one of the two men

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what law he in Neela are safer kochava yeah for London j either by Allah this sword of yours I see that it's it's very good. It's very good sword.

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So the first level

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so the other one drew his sword, pull it out and began admiring it for finer edge and he said yes indeed will lie in the hula je and by alights very good indeed. The Punjab to be Heath Majora. I have tested it again and again.

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And in another direction. It's mentioned that he was pulling he pulled it out and was admiring it. And since he was from the parish, he was from Makkah, and they were enemies of the people of Medina. And who were the main tribes of Medina. Olson has an edge. So he he was admiring it and saying that one day, I will fight with the awesome husband. And I will strike them with the sword from morning till now.

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So he was admiring it and overseed was leading him on saying yes, indeed is very good

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for Paolo, we'll see you then.

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We'll see so once they have puffed them up and filled him, he said to him, Ernie Andre, show me Show me the saw. Let me have a look at it.

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I'm gonna zoom in. So the other one handed over sila sword for the robber, Baron, so he struck him until he became car. Meaning he killed well for,

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literally for the robber who has struck him into his body became cold. Well for her, and the other one saw this he fled the prison, killing the bounty hunter. So he fled, he didn't wait. And he fled in the direction of Medina.

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For the huddle Masjid at that at the Medina until he came to the masjid for the hidden messages, he came to Medina for the masjid so he enter the masjid. At that time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in the masjid for the huddle mister the errand or so he can't he enter the machine running.

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follow suit Allah, Allah Allah, Allah. So Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said when he saw him into the machine running Luca da

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Indeed, this one has seen something of great Friant filament, the Highland the BIA salaallah alayhi wa sallam also when he reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, what they love Allah is sahibi by Allah my companion has been slain has been killed, when Nina moku and I will also I will also surely be killed for Java see you so obviously you came from behind. file then he said to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Yana de la or profitable LA, but will love it Oh for lack of the metric.

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By Allah.

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Allah has fulfilled your agreement, your responsibilities, laws fulfilled your duty

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rather than elation For indeed you return me to them

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and allow

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them Allah delivered me from their clutches

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parliament. Now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in a bit of a predicament. So the prophets of Allah, Allah who send themselves God in the view of some of the law, it was some of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Wait a minute, alas, his poor mother referring to overseed way Alas, his poor mother Misato home.

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He is an igniter of war. Lo Gan Allahu Ahad if he had anybody with him

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from Macedonia dannic So when a Booba see you heard this is a new, a new wholesaler who in a him that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will still return him to the pagans for her and so he left Medina had the sefa until he came to a place called seafood, which was actually near the coast. So it's to the west of Medina near the coast of the Red Sea, on the north side, so what did he do over Seattle the alarm went and camped there all alone, in the middle of the desert all

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of all of a sudden,

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in the meantime, what happens are the rate stays when

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and breaks away so whilst all this all this is going on in Medina, and in the labor, round about the same time, breaks away who breaks away min way infinita minimum and breaks away from them mean the Quraysh abou gender libnah soheil Abou gendel, the son of suhaila Nando De La Hoya and the same companion, who came

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shuffling out of MK, and who threw himself in his shackles and Miss factors before the Muslims once the treaty was being concluded. And he was a son of Soweto. He was mentioned earlier, we covered it two three weeks ago. So

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I will gender liberal, so hey, he was taken back by his father, and shackled again and placed into severe restrictions. But somehow he managed to break free and having broken free. He fled, and said that he didn't feel alone but he brought with him 70 others we infinitum innumerable gender and breaks away from them the operational jungle society. Hey, Phil, I hate to be a diva. See, so he learned about overseas so he didn't go to Medina. He with his group of 70 came and joined overseer of the alarm was also joined by others until it's not mentioned here. But in other narrations, eventually, there was a good group of 300 of them count they have set up a complete camp at sea for

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for Jana law human curation Rosalyn Aslam.

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So it it became such that no man

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who embraced Islam came out from the British inland sea, except that he would go and join a mobis he had the turmeric Minh who is lava until they're gathered of them a large group Islam.

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As I said about 300 for lucky, so by Allah myos marinela be eating, they would not hear of any caravan, courage liberation election of the operation, I had come out to trade toward Sham in La Jolla, except that they intercepted it.

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They slayed them

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and they took their

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riches for ourselves. So what happened? Since they

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fled Makkah they couldn't go back to Mecca. They couldn't go to Medina because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was under under the obligation of the treaty to return them. So they became rebels renegades, and they were under they neither belong to Makkah, nor did they belong to Medina. So they were a law while they were a group under no regulation, and bound by no treaty.

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And they considered themselves at war with the aurash. So they set up a camp and they inserted caravans and looted the caravans. And they in this way, they harass the British. So the whole purpose of the Quraysh agree one of the purposes of the parade agree with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the truth of who they were, is that they could also lay down their arms and their passage from Makkah person to the side of Medina on the way to Sham which was their main trade routes. And they had been blocked between the six years from the time of his trip to the Arabia, that trade routes could now be opened again.

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it was a vital source of trade for them it was their livelihood, was a lifeline bloodline for them.

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So the whole purpose of the treaty was lost because now this group, although the Muslims of Medina were not incepting the trade caravans and blocking their way to sham it was this group of Overseers Mr. Jindal and others, so they were absolutely frustrated. So they actually sent a delegation to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for our celebration in Libya, some of the love it who some of them so arrange, sent were to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on our ship will be left with Rahim pleading with him in the name of Allah and in the name of family ties and blood lemma have a son that he indeed sent, he does nothing but send word it doesn't mention what send where to who to

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oversee and agenda and the others to disband and to come to Medina. And they said, Look, we will we agree to the abrogation of that part of the treaty to and you can call we don't want them here, and you can have them there in Medina, but for we beg you in the name of Allah and in the name of our family ties, do not leave, proceed, and his gang at secret.

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So I say gang because the word Islam means gang. So do not leave this group in secret. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he received word and the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu many of them actually commented that we now see the wisdom of the Treaty of Arabia,

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that at the time, which which parts not just the whole part, not just the whole treaty, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually handing over or agreeing to hand over herbal gender, the sin of so halal and haram

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at the time, we were filled with rage.

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But now we can see the wisdom of the Prophet sallallaahu it was something that he handed over a war gender.

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And afterwards from Medina, he handed over all the seed.

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Ultimately, they the arrays weren't a torments for them. They were a torment for the age. And now the Orisha begging themselves that tape.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent word a letter to overseer of the alarm and because he became the immediate, and it said that overseer of the alarm, he was at the camp, and others joined him. So abou gender the law wasn't the first one to join him. But he was the most prominent one, because the others joined the overseer on the alarm. So he was there for me.

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And he's lead them in Salah as well. When abou gender will be a lot more who arrived, we will see remain the amine. But he gave over Imam to agenda, the alarm of agenda or the alarm would lead all three of them. 100 of them in sauna, but we will see remain their lead.

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La Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a letter. It says that overseer of the alarm

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possibly because of an injury he sustained. Above receiver the alarm was actually on his deathbed when the letter arrived, and it's mentioned in one narration, that when the letter arrived a receiver the alarm lay on his deathbed, reading the letter of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calling him to Medina and he has sold departed from this world with the letter of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam clutched in his hands. That was obviously the the alarm. So agenda, the alarm and on the other side of the alarm, and they buried him there. And they preached a lot of janazah over him. And then they made their way to Liddy.

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Then after that, from an ethical for who I am in, and the grace also said that so whoever now comes to him the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and not just that group but anyone so anyone everyone's free to leave from Ghana to Medina, for who I am in so whoever comes to him for what I mean he will be safe for us to be your soul alarm I'll even send them in a him so the prophets alarm it was sent word to them meaning of all the sealable Jindal and their group buttons Allah and Allah the Exalted revealed and then he's mentioned another verse. Well who will lead the cafe the marina

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maka bargain for him

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until he reached Amelia Tamiya troja helia

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the bigger tree

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bigotry of the days of ignorance again what how often this happens in the head the only part of this as mentioned so the full verse actually a set of verses quite long.

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Lots of what Allah says well when let the cafe the American suffer some sort of prophetic will lady cafe de Gama de

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la de la casa Rosa Bachman mustard in Harlem when had the Mr. cufon Abraham

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you can love yourself

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you could allow you to love

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vena cava

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Jalan living in Aqaba, roofie Mohammed, Al Jazeera

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mini Zima who can imitate taqwa or can

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have a common law.

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So last one with Anna says,

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Is he Allah, Who restrain your hand

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from them meaning from the age and their hand from you?

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This is ultimately what the narrator says here are what the Sahaba of the elaborate who say here is that these verses which are part of sort of what to do with

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part of the truth of who they be, and the aftermath. And so what's last speaking of here, Allah says, it says he Allah, Who restrained your hand from them and their hand from you, even though he gave you superiority and victory over

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in the valley of Mecca.

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And Allah was watchful over you. This refers to once I translate all the whole verse in cannot become clearer. They are the ones who disbelieved and who prevented you from emotional harm, and who prevented the sacrificial animals from reaching their destination.

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And if it wasn't for believing men and believing women, but you do not know that you did not know

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and that you would have trampled.

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And had you trampled on then you would have been sinful meaning a sin would have before and you are a crime or

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a tragedy would have before

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You because of these believing men and believing women, but have these believing men and believing women being distinguished or have the unbelievers been distinguished distinct from the believing men and in between the last panel with Alice as

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you can love your identity mania, Sha, Allah does all of this so that he may enter into His mercy whomever he wishes. If they either unbelievers were separate from the believing men and believing women, then we lost as we would have surely punished those with disbelieved.

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painful punishment.

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Then Allah says this is when those who disbelieved.

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They placed in their hearts, bigotry, which bigotry, the bigotry of pagan ignorance.

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Then a law sent down his serenity, his tranquility, upon His Messenger and upon the believers, and he bound them with the word of taqwa, which is that you know, in the law, and they were

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more deserving of the word of dukla. And where the opposites or where the opposites and Allah is all knowing of all things,

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versus difficult to understand just by the translation, what this whole set of verses means.

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And this is why this harbor the lover and I've mentioned this verse here is that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived at with a BA, and as we learned his camel aswat sat down the Sahaba said it's become obstinate has become difficult. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, it's not becoming difficult, and nor is it the character of us. Well, it's become difficult, rather, what our habits, our habits and feel, rather the one who restrain the elephant has restrained

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us well.

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Meaning it's sat down by the command of Allah. And the reason was, it was symbolic.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to show Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam want to show that if they had carried on,

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on that occasion, they would have eventually met up with the army contingent that had come out of Makkah, and there would have been a battle outside

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this battle would that have led to their possible battling within the city

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and have they battled in the city and the Sahaba were enraged, and understandably so? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala says,

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They are the ones who disbelieved and prevented you from the mystery of the Haram and they prevented the sacrificial animals from going forward to their destination. But what does Allah say if it wasn't for believing men and believing women that you do not know, and who you would have trampled? And because if he and if you had trampled them, then a crime would have before in you a calamity would have befall in you because of the believing men and believing women.

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What this means is, if you've been carried on to Makkah and a battle have taken place, there are in Mugu

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believing men and believing women who have kept their faith secrets.

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And you would not be able to distinguish between how the battle taken place.

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These innocent believing men and believing women in the heat of the battle,

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in the commotion within the city, they would have been harmed and they may have been trampled.

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Because you do not know who they are.

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This is why and if you have trample them what would have happened.

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And to see the commitment to marine

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a calamity a sin would have befall in you because of these trampled innocent Muslim men and women of whom you are unaware.

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So what did the last panel with Allah do for the protection of the innocent, believing men and women who were still in Makkah, Allah spared the people of Makkah, the punishment and law kept you away from the city of Mecca to so there was no pitch battle, and Allah ensure that despite the lopsidedness despite all the apparent disadvantages, that journey to Makkah did not end in violence. Rather, he ended in a truce.

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which appeared disadvantageous tea. But eventually, even the wisdom and the victory of the truce became apparent to the Sahaba of the alarm later and that's what this that's what the companion say here that regarding this Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah revealed well, who will the cafe the man como de Vaca, maka Zi la who withheld your hand and restrained from them the price and who restrained and withheld their hand from you in the valley of Mecca, even though he had given you victory and superiority of

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so this is how that journey ended in a peaceful truce, which indeed was lopsided and appeared to be extremely disadvantageous, but ultimately worked in the favor of the Muslims. And what does the last panel with the NSA later in the second part in this towards the end

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if you trample them, a misfortune will befall a new because of them, but Lotus a yet if the unbelievers were distinguished from the believers if they weren't mixed up with them in the city, but there was a clear distinction between the believers and the disbelievers, then we would have punished the unbelievers but because they were all together in the same city at last panel with Anna spat them.

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Then Allah says, and when the unbelievers on that occasion, what do they do?

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Jalan Medina kufr roofie boo boo me, metal Jah hadiah the unbelievers placed in their hearts of bigotry which bigotry the bigotry of ignorance. So deep explains

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this goes on.

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until he reached Adhamiyah, the words in the verse of the Quran that unbelievers placed in their hearts, bigotry, bigotry of ignorance, what cannot happen yet that bigotry have explained what kind of Tamiya to them and their bigotry was unknown and known to be a law that they did not accept that he was a prophet of Allah, meaning at the time of the writing of the treaty, one of your people will be Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and nor did they accept or allow Bismillahirrahmanirrahim at the beginning of the treaty for remember. So he did an AMA What did he say?

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First of all Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem he refused to accept said right to speak Allah Allah. Then he said hazama la Rasulullah. This is what Muhammad the Messenger of Allah has agreed. So he was an amateur said no, no Rasulullah right. Mohammed, Mohammed ibn Abdullah, Mohammed the son of Abdullah, so that's a reference. So their bigotry was that they did not accept and allow that he was a prophet of Allah, nor did they accept him allow swindler, Nana Rahim. And furthermore, or handle being humble being obeyed their bigotry was that they came in between the Muslims and the house of Allah. With this, we reached the end of the hadith of Arabia.

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I'll end with just one thing, which is quickly.

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We call this commentary of the

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the truce of victory. And indeed, it was a truce of victory. Because as a Sahaba of the alarm, there are many narrations where I'm delighted and Masaru jabiru Abdullah

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de la Marina Jemaine all of them clearly say, in different words, that you consider victory to the victory of the conquest of Makkah. But we we consider victory to be the truce or navia How about the alarm considered that to be the victory? And Allah reveals that

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on the return journey of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Arabia to me

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and even though no one else could see it at the time as being a thorough victory, they couldn't see everything.

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last panel with Anna showed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and then gradually in varying degrees and so how about the law, you began to see how the truce of Arabia was a victory and indeed, it was a victory. It was a truce. It appeared to be so disadvantageous to the Muslims, it filled us How about the alarm with rage, and it filled our eyes with tears when we read and heard the account agenda or the alarm on how he was carried away by his own father again, shackles and fetters how

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lopsided the whole treaty was how the Sahaba of the lava and who prevented from the house of Allah how they refuse to accept

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the Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, the title of the saddam law, how they blocked their passage to government or everything that happened. And yet last panel with the animator to victory. And how was it to victory? So many things happen?

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The truce are they via open the doors from anything. One

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as we learned from that Eve overseed, you soon interpreted Navy marine. She set the precedent and the example she was a virgin and married young girl. She was a young girl she wasn't a middle aged woman, or even a young woman. She was actually a young girl, not a child, but some adults but girl.

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Pamela she did hedra all along,

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and her brothers went to fetch her.

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And when she arrived in Medina, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam married her to Zetas and had the alarm his one time adopted son

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Wilkinson and the others. above a sea level gender are the alarm. Once they had emigrated, the doors opened for women to emigrate to Medina without the threat of being returned. And eventually the Porsche said take the men as well.

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So now people were free to travel from Medina.

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And that's why even Harley didn't really last during that period from the truce of our baby to the conquest of Makkah, which was about not too long thereafter, just just over two years, just under two years. What happened then,

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in that period, many people began traveling from modality.

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They began meeting with the Muslims because there was a truce there was no fighting, there was not hostility or conflict. This resulted in Muslims meet

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British coming to Medina, Muslims traveling peacefully to Makkah, If required, meeting with family members, or age trading.

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Going to Sham This was after overseer of the alarm and others were called to Medina. It wasn't long.

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When these non Muslims began meeting with the Muslims

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in peace, conversing with them,

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observing them watching.

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The truth is many of the Sahaba of the alarm. They didn't embrace Islam because of debates and dialogue. Although that was one of the reasons dialogue, not debate.

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Most of the Sahaba of the alarm who embraced Islam, before this as well as after, was because of their observance of the Muslim.

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Their behavior, their etiquettes, their manners, their conduct, their character, their love and sacrifice, what I saw the loss and the love, I'd even send them that email and it shocked them it made them think Hollywood normally there'll be a lot more and traveled from Mecca to Medina, in that period of the truce of who they via, because he will shake

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the charge of elephants, the charge of steeds on the battlefield,

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the crashing of swords and the landing of spears.

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And the destiny battle. Never shot Harley.

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But the

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the manners, the conduct and behavior of the Sahaba of the Allah who shook him to his core, he couldn't even stand it. He left peacefully from

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and his best friend.

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Last, he also left but from somewhere else and they happen to meet on the on the way and they both came to Medina they embraced Islam. So the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu many of them we embrace that that time they've got to see them. That was one of the greatest benefits and many people embrace Islam. Imagine prophets of the love it was suddenly Wow, is it the truce of victory? Think of this prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at the age of 40 received the revelation 13 years of hedgerows 13 years lumieres he stayed in Makkah and he traveled he did his job until the treaty are they be how many years was that another six. So now

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10 years after the revelation of the Quran

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in 19 years, how many Muslims joined him to go foreign Mara at the Treaty of Arabia, approximately 1500 of these were men and some women,

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of course, Muslim still in Medina. But how many traveled with him? 1500. He requested the other tribes to join him. They refused, as I've discussed before.

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That was 19 years after the Treaty of Arabia. When did he return to Medina in the month of the future,

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in just under two years, 22 months later in the month of Ramadan, when he traveled to Makkah

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for the conquest of the holy city, how many Sahaba the alarm did he traveled with? 10,000. So in 19 years, 1500 companions were available to him to do.

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And within 20 months, 22 months, and preparations were from before

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within two years of the Treaty of Westphalia 10,000, fully armed. So how about all the alarm joined into the conquest of Makkah, including Khalid

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and others. That was one of the benefits, the

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that's why it was victory. The truce of her davia was a victory was a truce of victory. Another great

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opening for the province of the law.

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The law was that during that truce, the prophets of the law it was and immediately began dispatching letters to my office.

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great one of Alexandria

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on behalf of the Byzantines, to her actress

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guests for costumes

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to the joshy and Abba senior, he began dispatching letters and emissaries to different empires.

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The Quraysh after overseer of the law, one passed away in a more general and others were called to Medina, the trade routes became open. We completed the heavy thumb heraclius, a few months ago. Then we learned then that because of the truce of the adea. After a break of six years, the arrays were now able to send a caravan of trade in peace to shop.

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And many In fact, there was no household in the whole of Makkah that had not invested in that trade caravan, and they sent most of young with that trade caravan he had 30 leading members of the race with him in the trade caravan they traveled and the waiting was there. That's when they were summoned by heraclius. So after three to four day the Iraqis received the letter, he summoned all Sofia. And that was the beginning. As the most of Yan Hussein's himself says that Allah then first entered Islam into my heart, until slowly I came to be convinced that was the truth. So even I'm also young, because of the havia treaty, his heart opened up to Islam, his heart open to Islam first

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in Sham

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rather than him

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because of his experience with heraclius.

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These were the some of the benefits and of course, there were many more, but this habit of the Allahu considered the truce of her they be to be a truce of victory.

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And it was a watershed in Muslim history in world history. This is what really mattered. And two years later, Morocco was conquered. Two years after that, approximately the prophets and the light equals send them left this way.

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And also after the treaty, or they be on this habit of the lover who returned to Medina, one of the events that took place was that the prophets of the love it was in the marched on haber. And he only took with him though Sahaba who had joined him in her Navy. So only those who were with him or her they we could march to haber with him.

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And many of you may recall in

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a few years ago,

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we did some heavy and as part of that had the the distribution of the lands of cable was mentioned. And I mentioned them that they were eating

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100 shares of lamb. So the lambs of haber were divided into 1800 shares. Why 1800? And I mentioned then as well, that there was one share for infantry, one two shares for cavalry.

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And there were 300 cavalry.

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So there were 1200 infantry as 1200 shares, and there were 300 cavalry, and they got to share. So what's the total number of shares? 1800 but the total number of people were 1200 infantry and 300 cavalry 1500 Who are those 1500? The same Sahaba the alarm who went to who they be. So they were taken to Medina? Well, when they returned to Medina, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what happened? Why do I mention this because

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the prophets of Allah, another benefits was now the rest of Arabia,

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raise their heads and looked at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a bit more seriously? Because they said, when the Prophet sallallaahu it was left with a visa

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and he asked the Bedouin tribes around Medina to join him.

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What does the law say on say your guru local mahalo phenomenal Allah Mashallah. Luna festa, Filipina

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Himalayas a few Peruvian, I commented on these verses before that soon

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the those betterman who have been kept behind,

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they will say to you, we are unable to join you because we are preoccupied with our families and with our wealth, our estates, our property. But for the Filipina please seek Allah's forgiveness for as on our behalf, they say that with their tongues, which they do not believe in their hearts, these were the Bedouin that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked to join him for her Navy, but they refused. And they made excuses. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came back initially, they didn't make excuses, because certain fat when was it revealed

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on the return journey from where they be.

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So these verses on from circle fat, so that means these verses were revealed after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came back from holiday via on the return journey. But the he had asked the veteran before and they had refused before.

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So what had happened is he had requested them to join him, but they refused, but they didn't make excuses then.

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They just said, we aren't coming.

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We don't want to come.

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They just refused outright, no explanation. They refused to join.

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When he came back from her they be one of the reasons they said amongst themselves that these Muslims are going to the lions den, they are heading for the jaws of death, and they won't come back.

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And that's why Allah sees both venom from LA and Alberto Medina Lima betta

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was the Nevada Ruby kumada.

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So Allah says, Nay, you actually thought

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the believers with

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they would never return to their families, they said they are going to die.

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So they just said, we're not coming when they realize that not only are the Muslims coming back safe and sound, but that the British were unable to do anything to them, and not only do anything to them, the Grange ultimately had to recognize them as a force to be reckoned with. And they had to sign a peace treaty with them.

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When they saw that, these better in thought, we better go now and make our excuses to Mohammed as to why we didn't join him in the first place. This is why Allah say, say a poodle or calahonda foon those were kept behind of the Bedouin, they will come to you. So that's what happened. They came in they said, Look, we want to come with you, but we were too busy. And you know, we sorry, we couldn't come please seek a loss we're giving us on our behalf. Another reason why they wanted to do this is because they said if you can't beat them, join them. So the Muslims are quite powerful now. They are on their way to haber. haber was a rich oasis. So they thought these better than thought there's

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much booty and plunder there. So let's join them because they are going to get a lot. So our last panel who was the Anna told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say to them, you can't join us. And that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the only ones who can travel to haber are the ones that Allah has promised victory of haber and they were the ones who joined the macadamia and returned with him. So only

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Though How about the alarm could go to haber and this is why 1500 of them, and that was the these were the shares that were distributed amongst them. There were many of the reasons for her they be are being true. So victory. I ended with this I pray that Allah terminable with Anna enables us to understand the words of Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the law who was in America. He was sued in Vietnam. Early he was a huge marine Chronicle law

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in the federal court,