Al-Hudaybiyah – The Truce of Victory – Part 2

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This lesson covers the details of the Prophet SAW and Sahabahs departure from Madinah to their arrival at Al Hudaybiyah


AI: Summary © The Hadeeth and the Hadeeth movie is discussed, including the origin and origin story, the role of the narrators, and their relation to the movie. The history of the Prophet sallali Alayhi wa sallam's actions during the previous years, as well as the use of leopard skins as a symbol to mark the upcoming arrival of Islam in cities. The conversation also touches on the collection of heavy Muslim culture, including the use of leopard skins as a symbol to make people feel, and the history of the European monarchy and its influence on the way it is used.
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Horner stuff he wanted to look at it

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when I was in

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cinema and see the dinner when you had to Hiller philomel Linda Miller How do

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you know

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to have a pseudo Salalah

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in a straight line with regime law

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in the law home you could look for use alone and in the year a year and also lady who was to limit sleep

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From that come about

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prospective listeners

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we got the once again for the

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reading and commentary

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the thumbs up

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about the truth of who they be.

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For those of you who are studying from the original collection of manual quality law, it's the from the 2731. And for those who are studying from the abridged version

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it's 1192.

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I started the the first week with

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an introduction to the backdrop and the background to the events that ultimately led up to the truce of Davey.

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So today we'll just begin the Hadeeth again and continue with the actual wording of that these

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creme de la creme and then on

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on acquitted acquitting is real when you're over to Brisbane he only missed a kilometer or marijuana. You said the CoCo lava hidden min Houma it

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relates with an uninterrupted and continuous chain of narration from me to remember hardy rahula who with this chain which I have just recited sees that

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I have a

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related from Miss World of Nomura mahalo de la one and not a one.

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Use of the Khokhlova hidden min Houma data so each one of them attesting to the duration of his companion. Honor, they both said courage of a soul the law is the law

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allows messengers to love it was seldom left IE Medina, and then the Hadeeth continues. Now,

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since I'm actually providing a commentary on that, I'd like to mention an important point here, which is that who are the moderators of this heading?

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Here, there are two generators. One of them one of them is Mr. of Mama, Mr. Horn, and the other is marijuana.

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Marijuana meaning that one

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partner they both said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left Medina

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these are the two principal narrators of the hair.

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for both of them

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there are there is a question one the second the rates and mattawan who is Marwan? But one of them

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was the omiya governor

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who eventually became the omiya root

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and he's the father of the famous omiya

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King and ruler Abdulmalik.

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No matter what

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He was the cousin brother of the sort of laughs a lot of them and his secretary

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and he was a somewhat controversial figure.

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Since he was implicated in a number of things.

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His father hakken

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the province of the law it was actually banished him from Medina.

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So, Marwan Hecker,

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I won't delve into his character or personality I just mentioned the bits of history here, but not really a man in general do not classify him as a hobby as a companion.

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Even though he actually sought a sort of lump sum the love it

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because he was born in the second year of Hitler.

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And then he didn't come to

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Makkah, till after the conquest of Makkah, sorry, he didn't come to Medina, till after the conquest of Makkah.

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by which time he was six years old.

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And he is not reported to have narrated anything from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the most may have been probably just seen,

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but in general that will amount not classify him as a Sahabi as a companion. So that's as far as marijuana is concerned, when the heavy seas model and we are talking about the governor who later became the ruler, marijuana

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was actually the cousin brother of our family a lot more than

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the other eight missler.

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So that he is the principal narrators of the Hadeeth are Mr. McLemore and Marwan meaning Marwan Hatton, I've just said what I've said about marijuana missile Mahanama hora de la Horne. He was a companion but his story is similar in the sense that he like Marwan was born in the second year of Hitler, they both share the same year of birth. And he also came with his father to Medina, after the conquest of Makkah,

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in the eighth year of hedra, again when he was six years old, but he is reported not only to have seen Rasulullah sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, but also to have an aerated heavy from him, in the sense that he was present when the prophets of Allah might even send them gave a hook on the member. And one of the most famous narrators of that particular sermon, it wasn't a very long sermon, it was quite brief.

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The narrator is Misaki de la Han. Now both he and his father were Muslim, now that Allah regard him as a companion, so they do, regardless of the Muslim, love the Allah and as a hobby, but

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he was not present

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on this occasion at all, because he only came to Medina from Makkah at the age of six, after the conquest of Mecca. So he wasn't present at all at the time that this whole journey and these incidents took place.

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we have two people in the rating heavy. Misra, the son of Maha Maha Viola horn, who was a companion

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Marwan haccombe, who isn't regard him as a companion. Both of them were only four years old at the time of this whole narrative.

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And neither of them was present.

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In fact, nor had they known or seen Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam at that stage, may have heard of him, but they were four year old children.

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So, ultimately, here we have a heavy from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. That isn't related by

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adult companions of the alarm who who are present on the occasion. Marijuana is not a companion or is not regarded as a companion by the orlimar Mr. Luna Mara Mara de la Han wasn't present.

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So it's very simple. Both mistletoe and marijuana relate this headies from others harbottle the alarm arguments Katie mentioned in another narration of Bahati itself, where the wording is

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You have a Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that both Mr McCullough and Marwan relates from the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And who are those companions and reveal to mushara

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snobby body of man not a fan of the alarm,

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and others even almost cinema huddle the alarm. So both of them related from these different companions. Anyway that's an important point are happy so clarify that for the students of

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honor they both said college of law is the law it was seldom seminal or the VAT

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the province of the law it was seldom left I left Medina

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during the time of with a via meaning on that journey when was assigned slang last week on the province of the law, it was the left Medina on the Monday at the beginning of the

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battle in the 16th of July, he left Medina with approximately 1500. So how about a viola with the intention of traveling to Makkah for the first time, after the hedger in order to perform the lesser pilgrimage.

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And in doing so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also brought along with him, at least 70 large animals are sacrificial animals to be gifted to Allah in Makkah.

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Having left the center of the city, mustard and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he traveled to the outskirts a few miles to

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to the lipolaser.

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Also known in modern times as a VR ad,

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and there the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam camp. This was his favorite place for leaving Medina and for entering Medina they will normally on the way out on the way back. And in fact, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam designated it as the meat art meaning the station for the pilgrims of Medina. So all the pilgrims of Medina when they leave Medina, whether it's for Hajj or Umrah, and they're chosen and some non preferred station for a harm is the

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labor. So they're the province of the law how it was arrived, he can't.

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He prayed salata

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and then he prepared himself by

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marking his sacrificial animals I explained that last week,

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and then he did not leave IE he garden did the animals have gardens in order to again mark them as sacrificial animals. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered into the sacred state of her arm on that occasion, and thus began his journey for the murder of the sixth year of his.

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Prior to his departure,

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he was fearful about the response of the orange because for the first time, Muslims are actually traveling to the city of Makkah itself after the hijra, six years after, and over the past few years, I've had the battles of brother of the Battle of the trench just a year earlier. So he was apprehensive about the reception that he would get. And in fact, he was concerned that the abrasion would react violently, and therefore the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sorts, the support of some of the more powerful tribes around Medina and he requested them to join him. But they made petty excuses as Allah mentions in Salton

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Sea of Guru Lacan. Mahalo una mineral Allah

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una una, your community acidity, malaise, Ruby him or fermium liquid akumina la.

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Welcome, welcome la luna sabia

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la Liam collibra Su Su moneda de him.

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Was he in Nevada he

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was. So welcome to amo Allah says, Those battling

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who are kept behind.

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They will say to you

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our wealth and our families have kept us preoccupied.

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Therefore we are unable to come out with you for the Finland answer. please seek forgiveness on our behalf. Alas, as they say with their tongues, that's which isn't in their hearts.

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say to them in reply.

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So who then

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will protect you

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and save you from Allah.

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If Allah wishes any harm fee, or even good

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Verily Allah, he's well aware

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of what you are doing wrong.

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You actually thought that the Muslims

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that the messenger and the believers with him, sort of the lahardee was sending them would never return to their families.

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And this was beautified and

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ornamented in your hearts.

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And you fought ill I have the messengers for the love Hollywood cinema in the believers, and you were a people who are destined to perish.

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This was a last answer to them, because they were lying when they came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said to him that we are preoccupied in our wealth and in our families, and we are unable to join you. Therefore, we seek your forgiveness, we apologize.

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And we request you to pray for us pray forgiveness, so there'll be very hypocritical that's what they said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to his face, but behind them in his absence, they were mocking the believers. And the reason for them not joining the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was specifically they believe that law mentions

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both in an alien caliber pseudo moneda Li

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rather you actually thought that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the believers would never return to their families. Because what these Bedouin tribes were saying is that

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the Mohammed the son of Abdullah and his belief followers, they are embarking on a suicidal mission.

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To now the arratia been traveling to Medina or towards Medina, and facing them in the battle have been facing them in the Battle of art surrounding them and laying siege to them only a few months ago last year, and now they have the boldness to travel to Africa. They are traveling to the lions den, they will be massacred, and not one of them will survive, and they will never make it back. So why should we join them on a mission destined to end in depth? So this was the real reason that they came and hypocritically said to the province in the love it was. We apologize. We are preoccupied with our families and wealth, seek forgiveness on our behalf.

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On the city's search, an important trait in Islam line and hypocrisy are not just frowned upon, but condemned in the worst of terms in the court and the legal sort of law, some of the law it

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So the province of the law, Marlene Watson was apprehensive about the reaction of the Quraysh. So he requested them but they didn't join him apart from that province of the law. It was some took some measures, precautionary measures himself, and I'm also so how about the alarm there of the 1500 of course, they all went with the intention of performing the camera. They weren't in the state of Iran, but as a special measure, they will also lightly armed and there was actually a contingent of cavalry officer How about the alarm with the messenger so Lola height equals

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a leader he was a head of the state of Medina and whilst traveling for ombre he also did something else which is that just before he left the relief,

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there was

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someone from the tribe of kausar.

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Known as boost, boost, boost Muslim Sophia.

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This boost the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam requested him to go to Makkah and acts as a spy. So he dispatched Muslim Sophia, from Medina from the believer, as a spy to spy on the range.

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And then to reports back to him. So Muslims have young

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hurriedly left and made his way to Mecca. And then the province of the law legal system began his journey

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towards muckety muck

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reached a place called Aha. I'm going through these details because they're not mentioned here in the heading, but they are mentioned in other narrations. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam traveled about

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45 miles from Medina, he arrived at a place called a hole.

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There the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given information, not by boss, he was still on his way to Makkah, but through other sources that

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were gathering some not all of the rage, but there were some people of the range they were gathering to launch an attack on him. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam collected some of us How about all the alarm, and under the leadership of a group of the alarm, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a small expeditionary force to a place called array in order to block off this small group of the arrays who are planning to attack them. So I will put that the head of the alarm left with this small group of how about the alarm, they traveled to Vietnam, which was away from Medina, Morocco, closer in parallel to the Red Sea, and towards the coast. And then there, there was

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nothing. So they made their way back and joined the silver law. So the law it was many years ago, in the commentary of the book of pilgrimage, some of you may recall, had eith about a Sahabi of the alarm and others who were in the state of Iran. And they came across some wild animals. And they either not because they were very eager to hunt them and capture them. But they were all in the state of Iran. But one of them wasn't. And he's the one, he sought their assistance. But they smiled and they but they didn't assistant. And this habit of the alarm, caught the hunted the animal and then they had their means, and eventually they took it to the property of the law, it was to them as

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well. And they provided the whole story to him that we were in the state of harm. And he wasn't but he hunted, we were unable to help assess, but those of you who can recall that story, that's the heartbeat of the alarm, it was

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about the alarm. And it was actually on this occasion when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam sent them towards a vapor, a small group under the leadership of opa he was the only one who wasn't in a state of the others were all in her arm. And that's why they didn't but he wanted them to help him but they refused. So this was on that occasion, when they all came back not having found local range or any any one amongst the prophets Allah already they met up with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and joined his group and they carried on towards muckety muck around

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the province of the law it was eventually arrived at a place called a spa

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salon large area and this is about

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50 miles from MacArthur MacArthur. Now he has reached the vicinity of

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1500. How about the law in the state of her arm, and they are now about 50 miles away from

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and the area is known as

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their the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stopped and a number of things happen there.

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Whilst he was there, at source farm booster groups

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from the spy from cozaar, from the husar tribe, he had been to Makkah he had

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carried out his

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espionage. And then he left

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and came to meet with us all lots of love while he was at Oxfam. And there, he gave him the full report of the mindset of the what Ah, what they were thinking and

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what their plans were.

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So he came in he reported that he reported to the province and the law it was that the range

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have discovered your plan of coming to McDonald. gov. And they are adamant that they will not allow you to enter the city in any way.

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And not only are they going to prevent you from emotional harm and from the Caribbean,

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but they are he they are actually going to battle with you.

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And they are preparing for war.

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They are dressing dressing up in arm. Many of them have dressed themselves and leopard skins in order to fine tune

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it. The Arabs were a tribal people. And as part of their tribal warfare and their dress, although leopard skins would not do much in Baton way of protection or as heavy armor. But symbolically

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like other tribal societies they would wear the skins of wolves of animals of animals that they had hunted. So it was a symbolic thing. So they wore leopard skin

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as a symbolic gesture in order to fight with a sort of last alarm it was on that occasion. So sort of them sort of the alarm bells whistles of yarn came and mentioned all of this sort of sort of loss of love it who sent them. Then he also said that whilst they are making their preparations in Makkah through Corona to raise an army and fights with you. They've already dispatched

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a large cavalry units under the leadership of under the command of hardy to be worried.

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And he is arriving any minutes now.

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So indeed, collignon Waleed, who at that time still wasn't a Muslim, and he was the chosen cavalry commander of the operation all of their battles.

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He was a main cavalry general. So he had under his command 200 strong cavalry

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of the range, and they came specifically to cut off the province of the law, it was on them to cut off his path and to harass them and wait for the larger army to leave Mecca, and the face the Muslims.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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upon receiving this news, he then decided he waited till

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I'll stop here that now they are in.

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And the

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Hollywood will either be in LA Horne has just arrived with this cavalry unit of 200

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riders. And they have found the property of the love it was the number camped at Oxfam.

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So what happens? This is where the Hadeeth actually begins. Here I've given you the background from other generations. But here the bolts of how digital sutala has a long life it was seldom prophets, messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left IE Medina seminal for the bat at the time of holiday via the gun without until they were at some point

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of the journey of the path where it doesn't mention here where they were in

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Parliament to be your Salaam it was in them the province of the law hiding who was seldom said in Harley Darnell Waleed

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below the mean

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that Harley didn't really need is at me was another place. fee halen. How did the Prophet sallallahu wasallam know this? He's now reporting to the Sahaba of the alarm. What was sort of most of Yan has just his spine has just related to him. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the harlot Lebanon will lead into hot lead bills. I mean, is that sort of I mean, fee hailing decoration for the action in a cavalry contingent of the Quraysh.

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Buddy I can, which is out

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as a reconnaissance party, so the tune recovered. I mean, it wasn't the bulk of their army. This was

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a forward section, acting as a reconnaissance unit. That's the meaning of the air reconnaissance unit. For Hulu. That means

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, take the right

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we learn from other narrations that

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before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had said this well, sometime after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had said this on that occasion, Harley didn't really know the law and had already arrived at some distance. So he was in the region, I mean, wasn't too far from

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and before the Muslims left from our span,

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something else happened

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which was that whilst they were counting

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the holidays, along with his cavalry units came upon the Muslim

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and he found them praying local Salah.

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how did we release a look? We found them without them realizing. So it was obvious that the they had come upon them in in surprise, and the Muslims hadn't realized how close how do we come? So how do we lead said why don't we launch an attack on them?

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by which time the Muslims had completed their Salah.

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So highly worried, says that.

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He then intended to launch an attack on them at their next prayer which was us.

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But in between the Quran,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah revealed the verses of salado How have the prayer of fear.

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And so asam Salah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Sahaba of the Allah who changed their whole procedure of Salah. And the way it was performed, as per instructions, of course,

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as large as we can feel out of the Felisa alikum Jonathan and possible Minnesota, Easton, Rena cafaro no caffeine can look

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that when you are traveling on in the land,

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then there is no harm. There is no tsunami, that you truncate, you shorten or you reduce your prayer.

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If you are fearful that those who have disbelieved will distract you from your prayer.

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Then Allah mentions the actual procedure for Salah. And this is interesting

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for those who argue that

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these are an invention of three centuries late.

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And the only the quarter urn is reliable, because it's an eyewitness accounts from the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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What we have witnessed with the court and we witnessed the same with the heady in the sense that the sources of Islam

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are constantly ridiculed,

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and for centuries, the arguments was that the Koran is a forgery.

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would argue that the urn was compiled a few centuries after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was supposed to have lived

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a few centuries.

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And then with more and more serious and rigorous academics to the and gradually as academics became

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more and more fair and impartial.

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The Danes

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constantly get kept being moved back.

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So now we accept that the core arm was written was to be found the core arm as we have it in its current form was to be found, actually in the third century of Islam, and then it kept on being shifted back a few decades to the second century of Islam, then we now have evidence that it was to be found in its current form, even in the first century of Islam. And then only a few months ago, you may have a few weeks ago really, you may recall

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That's in at the University of Birmingham, some sections of the Koran were discovered,

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which dates back to the time

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through radiocarbon dating from the time of Rasulullah sallallahu, it was selling them.

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And, of course, it was very important discovery. But the truth is that these sections are only part of a wider collection, which has already to be found in other parts of the world. So the discovery is not as unique as

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in one way it was made out to be because it was actually sections of the Quran, but of a collection of manuscripts whose other parts from that collection not to be found elsewhere anyway.

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So I didn't say anything at the time at all.

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surprisingly, sometime later,

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the arguments was that no, the same parchments actually predate the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So they were shifted back not only a few centuries, but now, even before the sort of last alarm, it was seldom. And then you had someone who came along and claimed that Well, here we are, we have proof now that Mohammed was not the author of the Quran. And in fact, the poor and predates the predates Mohammed, and therefore Muslims have a serious problem.

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All of this that we witnessed with the poor and we have witnessed and we will continue to witness with that.

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So the arguments was that the heavies were medieval fabrications.

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And then the dates kept on being shifted back until the third century. Now, because of the six famous collections of heavy

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Wahhabi Muslim enemy, the NSA will delve into the manager. These are normally regarded as canonical collections of Hadees. But they're not canonical, because the term canonical if it's borrowed from the from Christian terminology,

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suggests that these are the Orthodox six collections of Hadees, which are canonical, and

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all the other collections of Hadith are not authentic and are and are unreliable, and do not form part of the belief and doctrine and practice of the Muslims, which is far from the truth. The six canonical collections of Hadeeth, as they are termed, are not to be treated in the same light as the four canonical gospels. So the six collections of heavy because they have always been regarded as the most famous.

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Since the most senior of the six authors of heavy is Amanda hardy Rahim Allah, who passed away in 256, after hedger and all the others are younger than him in the sense that they all passed away.

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All within the same 5060 years. Your mom Heidi died in 256 Henry my Muslim to 61 edri Imam, even a manager to seven three hijiri imaam award the award to 7500 Imam Timothy 279 injury and Imam mercy 303 Hijri. So these are the six collectors of heavy through ananza more famous ones. Emanuel hardy is the most senior because he died in 256. So the common belief was that all the connections of Hades are forgeries and fabrications of the third century of Islam, ie from the time of war. He was a he was the master forger, and all the others are His disciples.

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of course, we have the volumous

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27,000 Hadeeth collection of your mount Mohanlal, who predates Malmo hardy in terms of passing away, he died in 241. He 15 years before him and then we just got one then we have the collection of a moment of what given IV shaver again a massive collection of heavy thermal suddenness of a robotic Navy shaver he died in 235 he then they discovered and we have the huge collection of Imam Abdullah Rosa somani, also known as Mr. sunlife, which is highly regarded and considered a very reliable and he died in 211. He then we have the

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the bulk of my money who died in 179 Henry

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And then now they even highly regard the collection of Mr. Metro Ragnar Rashid,

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who was the famous teacher of Imam, Abdul Razak. Many of you I'm the reserves. These are from Abdul Razak and murmur imamura. She has a complete collection of Hades known as the Jamia and what they discovered. When I say they discovered we're not talking about Muslim scholars, I'm talking about other academics. Otherwise, we've always had these collections, we've always regarded them, we have a whole completely different system.

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So when they found the complete written work and collection of Mr. mameluke, Natasha, the jam, and they found that incorporated in the masilela from amperes, up to 11. Mr. Mahmud nadar, she died in 154.

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So the dates kept on being shifted back.

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And now, just like the poor,

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it's widely believed in academic circles, that the heavy stretch back at least at least till the beginning of the second century of Islam,

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at least till the beginning.

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And as time will pass, and more and more discoveries will remain.

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The debts will continue to be shifted back.

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We don't have that problem, because we've always regarded the oral transmission to be more important than the written tradition, the written transmission was merely supportive. That's why we had all these oral transmission transmissions. And as the manuscripts were continually discovered, the manuscripts were never in contradiction to the oral tradition. Now.

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So going back to what I was saying earlier, those who argue that only the Quran is reliable, and the heavies were forgeries. One interesting question is,

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even they accept that Salah is the first pillar of Islam, the most important pillar of Islam. Yeah, how do you perform Salah, nowhere in the Quran.

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All the time is categorically mentioned, of all five solar, what I say by categorically mentioned in that there are no difference of opinion, or that they cannot be interpreted differently.

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You don't have a categorical description of five daily prayers in the bottom. You don't

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want to know where is the method and the procedure of Salah ever explained. The only Why did I start all this discussion because the only method and procedure of Salah mentioned in the poorer arm is that of salado health, is that of the prayer of fear, which I was just mentioning. So in these verses, these are the only verses in the Quran where the method of Salah is described. But it's actually the summer of hope, the prayer of fear. And these verses were revealed when in at the time of the adea

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when the prophets the loveliest one was camtech was firm. And how about the alarm under the watchful gaze of Carl individually in the Quraysh they perform their sort of Salah how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was that you ma'am, so how about the alarm splits into two groups, they began the seminar together, and then they split their Salah. So half of the group of Muslims would pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, while the other half watched with him, then he would continue with his Salah, the first half would move back, and the other half would pray behind Rasulullah sallallahu once the others watched over him, and then and then the others would finish

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their prayer individually. So this was Salah to have the prayer of fear, which actually, while whose verses were revealed, and the practice was first Incorporated, on this occasion at Oxfam, at the time that hardy didn't know when he arrived with his cavalry unit and watched over the Muslims. In any case, what the province of the law highly they were playing a cat and mouse game in the sense that the hobbit didn't really didn't want to attack or he felt they couldn't.

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You're supposed to be a reconnaissance unit. The Muslims obviously had no intention of fighting unless they were provoked into as a defensive measure they would have. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remained camp. And then at night, he told us about the alarm. Since hobgoblin Walid had cut off the direct route.

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For the Muslims from Assam to muckety muck aroma, and they realize that if they continued on that route, they would actually have to fight with Cardinal Walid and his cavalry unit. So what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them in the cardinal will lead bill as a means of hating the correlation to the atom. The indeed Hollywood movie is roaming with a cavalry contingent of the Quraysh, which is a reconnaissance unit for Hulu that mean, so take the rides. Of course, that language sounds very military.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't just the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was a political leader of Medina, Medina from munawwara. And he was the military commander. And therefore, on that occasion, even though he was dressed in Iran, he dispatched a spy to conduct espionage. And he took precautionary measures. For his defense, members of this hub out of the 11, whose group were armed. He had a cavalry unit himself, though it wasn't as large as that all the rage. But his intention was not to fight. These were protective precautionary defensive measures. So the province the law, it was and and was at one and the same time, indeed, a messenger

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of Allah, a pilgrim,

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a diplomat on this journey, a diplomat,

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a political leader, the head of the state of Medina, and the military command. So this is why the language is such that the hating the operation for the atom, harder to believe is as a meme with a cavalry contingent acting as a reconnaissance unit. For that you mean, so take the right what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us about the law is that we won't continue on this path will divert to the right, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he turned away from the beaten trodden path. And he took a very difficult path. Right? In the middle of the night. He waited till night, then he told us about the alarm, let's move. So this habit of the alarm all traveled and

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they broke while they broke their campaign, they

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turn to the right. And they went through extremely difficult terrain was quite perilous, and it was extremely difficult.

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It was a hazardous journey. And the province of the law it was suddenly was so grateful for the Sahaba of the lover even following him in a state of a home with their sacrificial animals, with their riding animals, crossing that difficult terrain away from the beaten path. They were climbing along mountainous terrain, which was extremely difficult many of them were tripping.

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Imagine how difficult the journey was that the province A lot of it was seldom specifically on that occasion, prayed and gave the glad tidings to the Sahaba of the law and that Allah Subhana who would add I will forgive those who have joined me on this stretch of the journey, meaning turning away from the beaten path. So said for who that means to take the right for Allah He Masha Allah beaten Khalid, either whom be Katara tj. So you see, this is all abri abridged and abbreviated here, the I'm giving you the background detail from other narrations, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam term rights went through some perilous terrain. And then eventually, he arrived at a mountain pass,

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which was close to her baby.

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and Canada believe who was milling around the area.

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He along with his cavalry unit didn't even realize that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had left.

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Until when they again began scouting from a distance far away from where they originally were. They realize that the prophets of the love our neighbor some have taken a detour because as a wedding, the Hadeeth is for lahemaa shadow became Khalid. So Viola Holly did not even realize about them at that either whom they've gotten until they were in the dust cloud of the army. Meaning when he saw the dust cloud rising from a distance in a completely different direction. Did he realize that the Muslims are coming from a different direction? So what did how

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normally do fun but you're not even licorice. So how did you build Waleed

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began racing along with his whole camera units, acting as a warner to the operation was out on the Wii U sallallahu. alayhi wasallam and the prophets of Allah while he was in the marched, that are going to be funnier dignity, your book while he minha until when he arrived at that pass affinia until when he arrived at that pass, from which you before I lay him a operation minha a minha Hispania, until when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived at that pass, from which people would descend onto the Quraysh in Makkah, from this pass, so what did the prophets the largeness of them do took a detour, then he

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went, instead of arriving from the northern area of Macedon, Makana, he, that which would have been the expected journey from Medina, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took a ride to complete detail, went around, and eventually came from the west to muckety muck. And when he arrived at that pass, which led people to Makkah, which normally people would use, coming from the west, to descend into Makkah,

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that's what's meant by he would, when he arrived at that pass, from which people would descend upon the board, ah,

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so when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived there, what happened? Baraka to be here are shillito his mount, sat down with him. So the province will certainly be your son of the law, it was cinema in the province of LA, it was a marched day, they're gonna be funny utility until when he was at that pass, you could apply Li him minha from which people would normally descend onto the range. So when he was on at that pass, just before they hear what happened, Baraka to be here on

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his mount sat down with so it refused to go for,

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for Harlan, so this habit of the alarm said, the people said Han, Han means

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it was just their way of Golding their animals is the sound. So

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it's like Wah, wah, bah bah.

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So hello, hello. And as I mentioned a few weeks ago for the students of Arabic, all of these phrases in Arabic You can pronounce them both ways.

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With the wing

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kasara because no one Oh,

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this mean you can say hello, or Helen, bah, bah, bah.

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All often.

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As the Quran says, oh, Silla coma, she can say ofin off. So it's an interesting point in Arabic all these words hand off, but you can say with a spoon, but hell off. Or you can say, as with a cassava than when so often buffin Helen.

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So it's just a sound where they would use the sound of gold. They're animals. So people began to say hello, hello.

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Oh, come on. Come on, get up, get up. So hello, hello.

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So they were saying hallahan for the hat. So the mount of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam became persistent.

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I won't use the word stubborn.

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Although allatra ulis. And in Arabic, what does it mean? It means to be stubborn, to be

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And the wording is used because it says for

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sort of simple translation could be that the mounts became stubborn, and camels are known for their obstinacy. But I won't use that translation, I'll say for people for

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people that have home for

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so the mount persisted, persisted in remaining seated.

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So the people became frustrated for harm and they said hello.

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Here the mount has mentioned which mount was it before it just said mount but the names mentioned here people began to say

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a swap bus wire has been

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difficult. So of course was the amount on which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was traveling

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when he arrived at that pass is sat down.

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So the people began saying hello.

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So he persisted in remaining seats and they couldn't get it to move. So the people began seeing color swatches. That crosswalk has become difficult, like camels wood,

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or suar has become difficult.

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And they repeated this for foreigners so they said color swatch

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as well has become difficult as well has become difficult for parliament to be your Salalah Heidi who are symptoms of the province in the law, it was seldom said mahala tilaka swear, I swear has not become difficult. Well, my that gonna have been put up, and neither is it. It's trade. Now that is being difficult. The trait or the character of us were what again, rather have a sir Harvey sort of feel rather than the one who stopped the elephants. He is the one who has stopped us.

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So meaning a sua has sat down by the command of Allah

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was the prophets of Allah and evil synonyms camp.

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Who was his password?

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We are now at the beginning of the month of Muharram.

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In the 1400 and 37th year

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of the hedger of our master, a sort of last Friday.

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He did Hitler

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remember the camel that will buckle Lila horn to camels he had prepared as I explained the hadith of hedge Allah and he said one of these few years sort of law and the prophets in the law legal send them said the theremin only with the price

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of what kind of the alarm I'm insisted that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam take it as a gift.

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Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam insisted on Pay

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400 Durham's, according to 1800 Durham's, according to another generation,

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but 400 seems more likely it was 800 for both.

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As I've mentioned repeatedly,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was fleeing muckety muck around

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for his safety, operational plotting to kill him.

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He was fleeing Islam.

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He was in mortal danger.

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And he and Uber Casa de la

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were to travel together, most of the Sahaba of the alarm had left only the family members of the prophets of Allah It was illimitable Bukhara severe, and the stub are full, meaning the weak and the oppressed and those were unable to travel. Only they remained behind and

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even in that condition.

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What kind of the alarm said here is one of the cameras for you on messenger of Allah. And he said I will only take it by paying its price. And what was the price 400 difference?

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Why did the messenger subtle alarm it was just

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the alarm and had already spent so much on the messenger alayhi salatu was Salam. He had given him his daughter.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had accepted so many gifts from him. And the Muslims had accepted so many gifts from Abu Bakar on the alarm. He had freed slaves left right and center men and women. He had donated to the cause of the Muslims who would spend on the poor and the needy and the destitute.

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He spent on the Sahaba of the alarm, he spent lavishly on the messengers of Allah hiding.

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He gave him his daughter.

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Why, on this occasion did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam despite his the mortal danger to his life? On that occasion, he insist on paying for the camera of himself, and refusing to accept the loved ones gift, as I explained, why, because the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to pay for his own hedger, so that his hedger and its reward would be complete and

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even the Messenger of Allah, Allah Most at the time of his hedger

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did not wish to rely on anybody else for his the

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Why should we

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in our religion rely on the donations of others.

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Should we not be paying for our own way in religion?

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For everything

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we consider it's beneath us and undignified

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to receive benefits also receives aka and sadaqa. donations and charity. For our milk and bread. Imagine if we were told that from now on, you will have to go and collect your food from food banks. And you stand in line and collect tins of baked beans, and loaves of cheap bread

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to feed your family

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or if someone comes to your house and says, you and your children I think you are in need. Hereby I offer you milk bread and cans of beans and tinned food for you to eat and for your family and your children. How would you feel?

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Wouldn't many of us consider this beneath as undignified,

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insulting in a way?

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by a lot we do exactly the same in our religion.

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We do. We have machines. We have massage, we have modalities. We have religious charities and institutions.

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We want others to do the work for us. We want a Masjid ready just to go in at our convenience. Pray for our personal selfish, supposedly selfish relationship with Allah. And then we wish to leave.

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We want religious charities, we want modalities we want knowledge we want to

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we want everything for free.

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When are we paying? Ask yourselves a question. How often have you been into a machine any machine it could be in any part of the world?

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And how much of his facilities have you used? Its water its heating its gaseous AC

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and ask yourself how much

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have you paid towards it?

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At workplaces.

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At the coffee table, they have jars so that people put in

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20 pounds 40 pounds 50 pounds for the use of milk and coffee powder, coffee, whites and coffee and tea. Because nothing should be taken for free.

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We pay you for a few drops of milk we pay for a spoon a teaspoon of coffee, we pay for a single tea back

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in dunya. When it comes to the Dean of last panel with their honor, we spend hours in the masjid. We use electricity we use gas we use heating we use water. We rely on religious charities on massages on modalities for our worship our education, but ask ourselves let's ask ourselves in proportion to all the benefits I have received in religion, how much have I paid? How much have I contributes?

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If what you have received is more and I will say as a guarantee that for most of us, we have received infinitely more than we have actually paid for in religion, then realize that your religion and your deen has come from the sacrifice the sadaqa the donations and the charity of other people charity which you would not accept in dunya we have accepted in the

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if you do not expect

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and if you cannot tolerate the thought of others running around for your dominion

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and giving your dunya in charity. How can we tolerate the idea of others making the sacrifice others pay for hour

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an hour the

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pursuit of loss and the law highly insisted on paying for his own camel when his life was under threat.

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So that is a hedgehog that completes

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that camel was a swan

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and he was young at the time.

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And pets are cute and adorable. And they are millions of pets belonging to millions of people all over the world, possibly hundreds of millions of pets belonging to hundreds of millions of people.

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And billions of pets throughout history belonging to billions of people and in the future. But could there be any pet more fortunate than us? Well,

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that was the camel when I was a young camel. Chica was a she camel, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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bought and rolled on?

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And did his hedger

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was fortunate to have carried the Messenger of Allah in which

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was here on this occasion after they be in the

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US. We're, in the eighth year of hijra, marched into muckety muck around

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carrying the Conqueror a sort of loss of the law, Heidi who sent them.

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And kurtzweil remained with them all the way till the end.

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And it survived the prophets, Allah La Heidi who sent them, and they say, died during the time of season I will bucket as a vehicle via la hora. And after the time, in fact, maybe even during the time of the prophets of Allah, I leave them, some of them. And definitely afterwards, during the time it will buckle this vehicle of the alarm. His favorite spot was Jonathan bogie, you would stay there.

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So, this was so people said, That's why I sat down. People said,

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Hey, be persistent.

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So when people say hello

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to Casa Casa has become difficult, as well has become difficult. So the province of the law

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as well has not become difficult. And nor Is this the character of

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what can happen to her habits and feel. Rather that Lord who stopped the elephants from entering Mecca has stopped us well from entry.

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Why why did why was was stopped.

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If the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or continue

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Hollywood noon believe there'll be a lot more and had already bolted to MacArthur macabre darted to inform the brush, they would have been prepared for battle and come out. The Muslims would have continued because we're very close to Makkah, and the two armies that have met and inevitably clash.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala wanted something else.

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So Allah starts,

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the one who stopped the elephants meaning at the time of

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Makkah before the time of the prophets of Allah, my lips and for his birth, it was supposed to be invaded by Abraham with his army of elephants, or with an elephant. I've explained all of that in detail in the commentary of sort of operation theme, so to refer to that. So here the problem some of the law, the law that stops, the elephants stopped.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, we'll have enough CV and

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by that law, in whose hand rests my soul, now is loony hope that

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they will not ask me

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for any plan, you are the one he has automatically law in which they will honor and venerates

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sanctities of Allah Illa RP to whom he accepts that I will give them that payment agree to

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meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was intent on not fighting. And he This was his spirit of compromise.

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So that's why I sat down and this was symbolic. So it wouldn't go further and there wouldn't be any clash. And it was on that occasion that Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, no matter what happens,

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as long as they make me an offer and agree to a plan,

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in which

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regardless of what happens to us,

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if the Quraysh give me a plan, in which I see them, venerating and honoring

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those things which law has declared sacred, ie in which no sanctity of the heroine of an image to the harm of the Canada will be violated, then I will agree to any of their plans.

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That was a spirit of compromise. Then the province has said that what

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seated on password and password was on the ground from Missouri, Georgia, then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prodded it from a tablet. So he leaped up, it jumped up. Pamela C is sat down, nobody could get up. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam declared his spirits of compromise, and then he prodded crosswalk and crosswalk jumped up.

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polyphaga and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam turned away from them again meaning even though he was now close to Makkah to mocha Rama, he again turned away from the path and until had done is that a bit upset with a Vietnam until he descended

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at the furthest end of the day via further east end, meaning at the furthest end away from Makkah, dormakaba so in the region of Philadelphia, not the near end towards Mecca, but the furthest end away from the mokara ma in Philadelphia, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam descended there, and then many things took place in sha Allah who will continue from this from this point next week. I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enables turns and also Lovelock was sort of the man and he was

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the he was, he had Marine, permaculture more than the commission or whatever you know, in

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