Riyadul Haqq – The Great Lie Part 2

Riyadul Haqq
AI: Summary © The Prophet sallali Alayhi wa sallam's campaign against the Middle East began in the cycle, with various topics including weight, race, and the origin of the J's. A woman who died and was a pious describes a painful episode while on a camp trip. A woman experienced the same feeling as before losing her job.
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Shangri La Hornstein, who's the hero who will be here to talk karate.

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When I was

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minister Yeah, to

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me, them I

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want to show the world and learn a lot more I

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want to share that with an actor who

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sold a lot. And he was the he was the

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CEO theocratic

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ministry regime

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in Allahumma, the echota, who is known as

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a young Latina Armando salata, he was

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a lot Muslim dad on Coumadin. Wanna

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late, Brahim Wada,

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Majeed, a lot about a goddess

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tada Ibrahim

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Prospective listeners. Last week, we began the Hadeeth of woman woman in a Chateau de la one

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from Harvey,

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in which she relates

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the tragic tale of her

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being subjected to

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a calumny and an allegation.

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It's a very long leaf.

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And we began reading it

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last week, so we'll continue with that. The details from the Hebrew heart in which when in actuality your love on hand saves

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an H there'll be alive on how politics is related from an shall be a law that she said can have a sort of law and the law it was some of them that are that are just suffer.

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When the Messenger of Allah some of the law, I think he was selling them would intend to

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go out on a journey

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of gardena as well.

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He would draw lots between his wives for

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courage of the hammer. So whoever,

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whoever have the wives, her share would

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emerge, he would depart on the journey with her for Robin, and if he was out in the desert. So he drew lots between us

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in the military campaign, which he launched for me, so my share, or my loss emerged for courage tomorrow, for courage, the miracle by the mountains in a job so I went out with him.

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After hijab had been revealed, for an optimal fee, hold the Jin wanzl a fee. So I would be carried

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or lifted up in a holder and ones are lovely and I would be brought down in a holder.

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For seven I had that either federal or civil law is the law of ID who was

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in the hospital he did. So we traveled we marched until when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had

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become free of this campaign was offered. And he returned with the no nominal Medina and we drew close to Medina.

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This is what we covered last week. And that's just the translation of the actual text of the heavy,

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all of which I've explained in detail last week, and just simply to recap, Proxima la it was some of them in the fifth year of his life in the month of Siobhan. At the beginning of the month for Siobhan he

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launched a military campaign

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a tribe called the binominal study.

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And he traveled with approximately 700 companions of the Alliance.

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And as with other journeys, he decided to take members of his own household. But he didn't want to take all of them so he drew locks, and the alarm has now emerged. So he took her with him and according some narrations

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There was also almost cinema out of the love on her another wife with him. But most narration say that it was only a shadow of the alarm.

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He marched towards the

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southwest of Medina

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to confront the binominal static, and this was actually a pre emptive campaign, because he had received reports have been verified reports have been studied, having made preparations for the past two years. And these preparations were now coming to a climax.

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Preparations for a concerted attack on the city of Medina. So the province of the La Liga, decided to launch this preemptive strike. And he marched against them, eventually met them at a well known as the well of mauricia. And they're

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in a very swift and short battle with minimum casualties, just one on the side of the Muslims, and a number on the side of the enemy. The battle ended, many of them were taken captive on that journey. prophets love it, we'll send them also marriage we do have the love on her, who was the daughter of the leader of the animals. That campaign is known as a husband of an animal study campaign have been studied because of the tribe. And it's also known as the campaign of mauricie. Because that was the name of the well and the exact location where the fighting actually took place. So both refer to the same campaign in the month of Siobhan in the fifth year of Hitler. When this campaign ended, Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam started making his way back to the city of Medina. In total, he remained away from Medina for approximately 28 days he left on two days after the month began. And he arrived just before the sun, the questions was actually cited for the month of Ramadan in the fifth year of his life. That's a summary so far.

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I also explained that

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many events actually took place on this journey was a very momentous and eventful journey. And one of the apart from the marriage to delay the battle the alarm,

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apart from the actual fighting and the skirmish, apart from the emancipation of all the captives,

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which I explained in detail.

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Another major incident

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was the involvement of the hypocrites, and this is what I said I promised that I would discuss this week

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on this journey, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also accompanied by a band of anafi, boom, the hypocrites.

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A bit of a history about the hypocrites.

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in Makkah, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam announced

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and proclaimed his message,

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he was alone. And the first to believe in him were members of his own household and his immediate family on what we need for the job. But the alarm rang her.

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And either the alarm zaidan had if they have the alarm around his at that time adopted son

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abubaker is a vehicle of the alarm, but even before the upload, the alarm was coming in, for the job of the alarm.

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initially, the message spread very slowly but surely,

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at that time, it was a great risk to embrace this, there was no need for hypocrisy. In fact, it was the other way around. Most of the Muslims at that time

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are going to their weakness, and there are few numbers and because of the pressure, immense pressure from their families, had to actually conceal this man in the beginning. So at that time, there was only there were only two groups more or less the Muslims and the non Muslims or pagans. However, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam arrived in Medina.

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Now the Muslims unlike their situation,

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were no longer a disparate group, that we're no longer individuals or simply a collection of individuals.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did hedger at that time approximately 80 to 100 to have out of the ALARP angle, that hedgerow with him from not more

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and slowly the numbers grew in the city of Medina. Eventually, the tribes of Oles and husbands

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Many of the clans embraced Islam and Islam became a majority religion in the city of Medina.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam first arrived in Medina,

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not everybody embraced Islam immediately, but they did in great numbers. However, now as I mentioned last week, one of the reasons for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam coming to the city of Medina, which was called yathrib, was that he was actually invited by the Arabs

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because they had a history of warring and battling with each other tribal warfare. This was intimate interdesign warfare, which was a war of attrition, both sides were simply wearing each other down. And this led to great strife and disunity. In the in the oasis of Youth Club, which later came to be known as Medina. They needed someone who would be a unifying force, someone who could unite the clans and the tribes. There were there were five main tribes in Medina, there were also other smaller clans, and smaller sub tribes, but the five most powerful tribes with two Arab tribes, and three Jewish tribes, and the two Arab tribes were also has village. Ultimately, these words, the

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families of two brothers going back generations, they were actually from two brothers. But over time, they came to be identified as two completely separate tribes which were at loggerheads with each other, and a whole generation of Arabs in the Oasis of the Earth had grown up knowing nothing but war since this battle between them had continued for so long. And a lot actually references that in the whole report, when he says waxing will be heavily Lucha Jamil without the full record was called near Matala had a coup is going to add a folder for beginner COVID.

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E one.

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na minha. Well, last season hold together to the rope of Allah, steadfast,

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all together collectively, and do not differ much yourselves. And remember last favor and blessing on when you were enemies of each other. Then Allah united your house, and this through him, you came to be brothers, when before you were on the precipice, the edge of a pit of the fire. So imagine the the rivalry, the hatred, the bitterness, and the state of war, the fear and the tension and the enmity between them that Allah in the Quran describes their situation as being on the edge of a pit of the fire.

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The one on the brink.

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It was only through the pseudo Ullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam as the means and through allows gift and blessing in his favor, that Allah pulled them all back from the brink of self destruction and united their hearts. So they needed someone and they felt that that person was the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that's why even before the hedger a delegation of the Arabs went out to him, and they requested him to come to the city of Medina and serve as their leader as a unifying force as someone who could unite their hearts. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accepted and this was some of the background to his immigration and hedger to Medina.

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So when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived,

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and slowly people and began embracing Islam, but in large numbers.

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Upon his arrival, he was accepted as a lead. And even though some of the people did not share his religion, he was recognized as being the judicial,

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legislative, legal, political and military, ruler of Medina, all of the tribes etc.

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So because of the situation,

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a number of the Arabs

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if not in the first year,

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if not in the second year, then at least after the Battle of weather, especially after the Battle of whether

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they embraced Islam before the Battle of button. Some of them were still waiting they openly declared their disbelief and met

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made it known that they were at odds with the Muslims. But in the Battle of buttons,

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which was the first decisive battle between the Muslims and the forces of the Rh, in fact, between the Muslims and any military power,

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despite being outnumbered

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by more than three to one,

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despite the lacking weapons and armor, and military equipment, despite not having any precedent of battle or warfare amongst the Muslims, in that unified manner, the Muslims scored a decisive victory over the pagans of Makkah. As a result, their prestige was immediately enhanced. And the this did strike terror in the hearts of many.

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And now, those Arabs, as well as others in Medina, who felt that they could no longer openly oppose the Muslims. Many of them decided that things are looking in favor of the Muslims. So let's join them ostensibly. They never became Muslim, but they declared their Islam

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there was a number of them. And now hypocrisy became a force in itself. Unlike in Makkah, where there were Muslims and non Muslims, in Medina, you had the Muslims, you had the non Muslims. And you had this group of them on our football, who supposedly were Muslim yet, and

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lived, active and spoke like Muslims, even coming to the masjid and offering funeral offering prayers in the machine. Despite all of this at heart, they were disbelievers, and they spared no efforts in harming the Muslims from within.

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And the Quran condemns them to a great degree. In fact, in the beginning of the arm, Allah speaks of the believers in two three short verses a love and speaks of the non Muslims in two three short verses, then a lot devotes an entire lengthy section to the condemnation of them on our football.

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That's because at least the first two groups are honest, they are open. But this group is devious, mischievous. They attempt to play games, not only with the creation, but even with the Creator. Allah sees your heart the rule of law hahahaha that they attempt to deceive law, as it were, as it says alarms keeping them in error. So this was a new force of hypocrisy and the hypocrites.

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And one of the their greatest leader was Abdullah had no vagueness at all. And he wasn't made a leader by election amongst the hypocrites. They wouldn't dare to do that. But he became the de facto leader, because he was already one of the leaders before the arrival of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was actually an Arab, one of the leaders of

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the two main tribes also has allege he was one of the leaders of the church.

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He was a politician, a wily politician,

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as a result of which, prior to the coming of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. More or less, the two tribes of Ozma husband had agreed to make him the leader of Medina. And they were actually preparing a crown for him and jewelry that he would

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adorn himself with, in order to mark his position as a leader.

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So he was ambitious. And he was about to realize his ambitions of becoming the king and the ruler and leader of Medina. When all of a sudden the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived, and he was robbed of his ambitions.

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The crown was clutch from his hands, that's what he felt. So, apart from being a disbeliever, at heart, apart from

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refusing to embrace Islam sincerely, apart from being a hypocrite, he also for ideological and political reasons. He also had a very personal enmity and hatred towards a sort of law, some of the law or something because he felt that on a personal level, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had snatched the crown and the leadership from him, but he was about to become a ruler of Medina.

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And he was very rude on a personal level. So much so that as I said, not in the first year, maybe not in the second year before the Battle of

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his own little part of his story was that before I said that in the

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First in the second year not everybody embrace, some people held back and reserve judgment they were watching the situation observing to see which way the scales or the which way the pounds on the scale would

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incline. So on one occasion he was seated the monsters people. And like I said he was a very, he was undoubtedly very talented. He was a politician, well spoken, smooth, slick. He was handsome, tall, and alluring, soothing, subdued, seductive voice and a lot actually references that again in the Koran and saw them on Africa on with our eight the who are gibca Some were in your portal, this man is talking to him, that when you see them, their bodies will amaze you and impress you.

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And when they speak, you will listen to them attentively. That's underlying nobody at all, handsome,

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alluring, charming,

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slick and smooth, a real politician.

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And he had that charm. So once he was seated with his konings

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in his gathering, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam rode past on a donkey. This was before the Battle of but he rode past on a donkey. So because it was just the ground, the hooves of the donkey thought dust. So I'm delighted, no braveness at all rather arrogantly in very contemporaneously and dismissively he threw his cloak over his nose, and openly said to the province of the love Island, or send them to not throw up disclaimers. And what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did. So he said, Do not throw up disclaimers.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke to them, giving them power, inviting them to Islam.

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So again, Abdullah hidden or even sir all spoke up and said, Oh, Mohammed,

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all that you have to say is very good.

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But do not come to us to preach. If anyone is interested in your religion, they will come to you, and you can preach to them, but do not come out to us and preachers. Then again, he held his nose and said, The stench of your donkey is offensive to me.

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So one of this habit of the alarm who spoke up and said,

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the donkey of the Messenger of Allah smells better than you.

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And there was an uproar. And though the supporters or Abdullah nor wavemaster all stood up and

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they began quarreling amongst themselves and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calmed everybody down. But this was before the Battle of bed. When after the Battle of Abdullah, no weakness at all, he was a leader. So people followed him and listened to him.

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And like to mention this because

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peeps, in this way, you will understand why people chose to follow Him, especially in the Battle of

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after the Battle of Abdullah, he obviously didn't participate at the light, nor even so that all said,

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it looks like the affair of Mohammed has settled.

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And he is on the rise. So let's embrace. So he extensively and apparently embraced Islam, with his embracing many of his followers, people who were taken in by him, they embraced as well. So they actually embraced not because they wanted to, but simply because of Abdullah ignore but even

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then, barely a year later, well, a year later after the battle, but but barely a year later, after his embracing Islam. When the grace marched on Medina, in the third year of his law, the province of law Riley who was suddenly

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convened the Council of wall and he sought opinions from all the different factions of Medina as to what to do, because remember, it was a nation state. There were Muslims. There were non Muslims. They were pagan Arabs, they were Jews.

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But despite being of differing faiths, they lived in the city and they had grown up in agreement that they would defend the city collectively it was their city. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam sought the opinion of different factions as to what to do how best to defend the city, should they go out of the city and face them in open battle, or should they remain in the city

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And defended from within.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself was inclined and he actually made known his preference of remaining in the city. And the law ignore the law for his own reasons

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and very vociferously persisted and promoted the same opinion that less remain in the city, let's not go out to find them what he wants to achieve a learner's best. However, many of the other companions

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are very passionate, and many of them had missed the opportunity of participating in the Battle of better a year earlier. So they were most eager in pressing on the profit side of the law, it was something that we should go out and fight them openly. Eventually, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accepted their opinion and donned his armor, and said that we will go out. So going out of Medina meant to wear it, because that was out of Medina.

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And the next morning, when they marched towards the planes, at the foot of the mountain,

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Abdullah ignore waveless at all. Remember being a leader of the tribe have

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been extremely powerful and influential.

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He was now a Muslim, apparently.

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And many of his tribesmen were his followers, people of his clan. So they marched with him.

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Just before arriving at the lightning, or even a saloon at the last minute, he turned round. And he said, these were his words, that Mohammed

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he listened to others and decided to go out to the city and face them and open battle. And he refused to take my opinion of remaining within the city. Why should we go out and kill ourselves in this manner. She said, let us retreat to our homes. So I'm delighted to be able to sit all retreated and 300 people of his clan and tribe went along with him. So immediately the army the Muslim army was reducing 1700

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again, this is just a bit of background show how gradually have to live with no beingness at all in the hypocrites continued to cause problems for the Muslims and right at the last moment, even in the campaign of the trench, which was

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two months after the this particular expedition. I'm delighted nobody even subtle, again secretly liaised with the treacherous tribe in Medina have been or Eva, and he spoke to them of betraying the Muslims and giving them up from behind their backs.

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So he left not opportunity and turned now he marched with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on this expedition. Also, I'm delighted, aubema civil.

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For a number of reasons, one,

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they knew that this was going to be a swift victory for the Muslims. They knew that

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a force of 700

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larger than the Battle of Bethel

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and there would be marching they would have

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speed on their side, the buttons, they assumed would be unprepared for them.

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It was a mobile force only of fives as well as they would be attacking the study who would be in their camps. So for all these reasons, they assumed that there would be victory for the Muslims. So in the hope of gathering wealth and booty, they decided to join them on this campaign which they regarded as being a raid. And not only that, but again, they felt if we can cause problems for the Muslims, why not? So for a number of reasons, they marched with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on this occasion also.

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Another thing, although Allah is messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and a few of the others could see the hypocrisy of these individuals. Not everybody could. Many of them still saw Abdullah had no business at all, as a Muslim, who was one of the tribal leaders, so they respected him looked up to him.

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So I'm delighted to even salute. his cronies and other hypocrites joined the Muslims on this expedition on the way back after the Battle of mauricie it was over

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On the way back, they were camped at another Well,

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when they were camped up that well

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one of the

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one of the immigrants

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came to the well in order to get water

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and remember resources were scarce.

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So, often there was competition

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even amongst those who knew each other to see who could get there first. So, one of the Mahajan arrived at this well, and one of the unsolved of Medina also arrived at this role both believers

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and as as human nature.

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They have their animals with them both of these companions. And there was a bit of competition and rivalry for the water.

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And in that

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Muslim standing between them, it was an exchange of words and a quarrel erupted in which the muhajir kicked the unsavoury one of them kicked the other.

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the Ansari companion, shouted out that yellow and saw that

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Halo and I call out to the law.

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And the Mahajan then shouted out, yeah, that Mahajan. I call out to them iguana, Jean Haile Mahajan. It was a call from both the unsavoury companion of Medina

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pulled out for the law to assist him. The muhajir

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obviously all lived in Medina but originally was an emigrant, he called out to the Maharaja of margarine to assist him. Some people did.

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And when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was informed of this quarrel, and when he heard this commotion, nothing actually happened further there was no fighting. Nothing happened further but when there was commotion and calls were being made, or there's Ansari who's calling there's a Mahajan was calling when the prophets love it was seldom heard this was he said What is this?

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What is this call of Jay Hillier?

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So he was told that all prophets of Allah and unsavoury and the Maharaja companion both quarrel that the well and it resulted in one of them hitting the other. So both are calling out to their factions and their tribesmen to assist each other. So the province of the law legal send them said that we will have to

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abandon this call of Jamelia for it stinks.

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What did he mean by this call of Jamia

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the arrows. Their Bond was tribe. That's how they identified with each other. That protection was tribal. they owed their loyalty to their clan and their tribe. That's what they felt to the extent that

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they felt duty bound and honorbound to defend and to assist and support their fellow tribesmen regardless of whether they were wrong, alright.

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And this is why I've explained before that the heavy on sort of hog of volume and Ghana on the rumor, have either one sort of article the alarm unrelatable, Hardy and Muslim and others that assist your brother,

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whether he is an oppressor or whether he's the oppressed.

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So let's hop out of the alarm. So the art of sort of love the oppressed, we can understand. But how do we assist the oppressor? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, By staying in his hand by preventing him from perpetrating his oppression. Now, I explained them as well that this quote this phrase on sort of Harker volume and cannot omit the Roman, so the Arabs use this phrase before, what they actually meant by it is that you should support your tribesmen

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regardless of whether he's in the right or wrong, so if you're tribesmen if your fellow tribesmen is the violin assistant in a room, if he is an assistant because he is not alone.

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So they felt that we should assist regardless of whether we're right or wrong. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam turned that phrase on its head and reminded the believers that with the coming of Islam, writers, right, wrong is wrong. You assist the right, you assist the volume and them of the room, the oppressor and the oppressed, but not in their oppression. Rather, you assist the oppressed, because that is the right thing to do. And you assist the oppressor by preventing him from his oppression, because that is the right thing to do. And this should not be understood in terms of the days of eternity.

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Insurance, which is that you assist your brother IE your tribesmen, regardless of whether he's right or wrong. So the province the law, it was on this occasion also announced that abandon this call of Joe Hillier that just because of a minor quarrel or misunderstanding, each person calls out to his clan and his tribe and the members of the tribe feel duty bound and honorbound to assist their fellow tribesmen regardless of whether he is right in the right or wrong. So prophets in the lives of them said, abandon it for it is

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a stench, it stinks.

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The situation was diffused, things became calm, Abdullah ignore but even a solo was seated with his cronies in his tent, on that same occasion, occasion. So as word spread through the camp.

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He was the leader. He had his henchmen and his cronies around him.

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So, but remember, not all of them, some of them were sincere Muslims. So a group of the hazaragi was seated together, Abdullah ignore even saloon when he heard of this commotion. He also inquired that wants this. So he was told that I'm larger, and an unsavoury had a quarrel at the well. And the muhajir hit the unsavoury.

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And they all calling each other now, the maharjan are calling one another to assist against the inverse of it, I'm sorry, and vice versa. So Abdullah, ignore me ignore said all said.

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Is that what's happened? Have they really done that? He says, I tell you, I have been telling you for a long time now, these Mahajan rule are a problem.

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I've told you

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that we have been too kind to them.

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We have taken them in. They came to us as refugees, penniless, destitute, homeless, we gave them shelter, we gave them protection. We gave them wealth. We fed them. We even distributed our wealth and gave it some of them.

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Because many of them did that. And it's a look at what they are doing now. I tell you what, they are dependent on us. We should not spend on them. And don't spend on them. withhold your money, withhold your wealth, and your donations, and do not give to them soon. When you stop spending on them. They will disperse and disappear.

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And I told you I do not find any example to describe our relationship with these Mahajan all other than what the early Arabs have said. And then he quoted an Arabic Maxim afraid of saying something gulberg Yeah, cool.

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Fasten your dog. So that one day he will devalue.

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That we feed the dog, only for it to grow, and one day devour us. That's what we've done with these unsolved with these Mahajan. They are like dogs that we have fed and one day they are growers on will devour us. And that's what they are doing now. I tell you stopped spending on them. Soon they will disappear, disperse and disappear. And you watch when I returned to Medina. I the most honored will drive away

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the most despicable and the lonely one is Hamlet.

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They did not have the law and who was a young companion. It was a young lad who was present. This was his first expedition. He was seated there because he was from the tribal village.

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So as soon as he heard this, he stood up, and he went straight to the province of the law. It was something first he went to Saudi Arabia law one who was the leader of the tribe of Kuzmich the overall lead.

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And he told him what

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Abdullah ignore be. It was the woman said, Saudi Arabia, nobody went to the prophets of Allah Almighty Who sent him and told him

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then he summoned Xavier Nakamoto the

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prophets of the love I'd even send him any question him there was a gathering of people with the Messenger of Allah I think.

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So when you can relate this to him, prophets, Allah, Allah who have some sense of the alarm to Abdullah Him and obey the law

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and said to him and inquired and to live in obedience at all, flatly denied everything, and went to the extent of saying that he then came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and actually said, this is a lie.

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There were others who are also confused because they felt and like nobody

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misool is a noble leader. Like I said, some people still believe that he was a sincere Muslim.

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But he's a noble leader, his eloquent is polished, he would never say such a thing. So some of them said O Messenger of Allah, it's quite possible. There's even nauticam is a young lad who may have misunderstood.

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So eventually the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left the matter at that, but

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he accepted Abdullah him not even a soludos explanation.

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But he didn't accept ultimately what the young lad had to say. And in the presence of others, he was called a liar.

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Satan says of the alarm that I went away, and I retreated to my tent, and I began to weep. And I spent the whole night in pain and anguish, as only one could imagine, as since I have been called a liar. Even the Messenger of Allah had failed to accept my report. But, alas, panelboard, Allah revealed sort of laughable. The next day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called him and

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he twisted his ears.

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And he smiled at him, and said, Oh, young lad, your ears heard the truth. Your ears heard the truth your ears heard correctly. Allah has revealed the Koran in order to attest to your truth

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is even louder from say is when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam twisted my ear and he smiled at me in my face. He says, For that, I wouldn't exchange eternal life in the world.

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That meant so much to me that I wouldn't exchange eternal life in the dunya. For that one moment of the prophets of Allah, it was sort of twisting my ear and smiling in my face.

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word spread. But Abdullah had nobody in the saloon had been rejected.

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And that what he said was true.

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He then came and made apologies. His Son, whose name was Abdullah, also, Abdullah, the son of Abdullah, the son of obey.

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salu was actually the name of Abdullah's mother.

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Salute was not a it's not a masculine name. So it's not Abdullah the son of obey the son of obey his father's salute,

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as is normally the case here. Abdullah was the son of obey, obey his father's name. When we say the son of saloon. saloon is not the father or the parent of obey. saloon is the feminine name. And it's the name of Abdullah mother. So in one name, we've got his father and his mother, which is quite rare. We don't actually have that in Arabic, we normally have name of the Son of the son of the Son, going back generations. So Abdullah, the son of obey the son of saloon obey was his father and son who was his mother. So salute is actually a mother's name, his mother's name. So Abdullah, his own son was called Abdullah also, he was a sincere believe he came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam and actually sought permission, say that armor of the Allah as is normal. When he heard what Abdullah said. Even on the report of Native American, he used his favorite phrase that era sola than one

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little messenger of Allah. The phrase has become so familiar, Masha Allah don't even have to translate it.

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So that only our sort of lovely Veronica heaven won't leave me on messenger of Allah that I'm in strike of the head of this hypocrites, Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam said No, I do not wish people say that Mohammed kills his own companions leave, leaving be

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his son Abdullah came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said O Messenger of Allah grants me permission.

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He offered to kill his own father.

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His Son, Abdullah was a sincere Muslim

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prophets of Allah and Islam refused. Later on this journey. What happened is that when the Muslims returned to Medina, the son Abdullah, he sat he stood at the entrance of Medina, with sword draw.

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And he allowed everybody to pass when his father came, he forced his father to dismantle

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and branching the sword before his own father. He said, I will not let you enter the city until the Messenger of Allah grant you permission, and until you retract your words, and until you say that you are the lowly one.

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And that the Messenger of Allah is the honored

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came, and he saw the spectacle, he said, Oh Abdullah, what are you doing?

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And Abdullah, the father complained of his son to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to the Son, leave your father, leave him be.

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But the son actually got his father to say that I am the lovely one. And the Messenger of Allah is the Honored One. These are the verses of sort of determine our own human lineage or on Earth.

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Casa de la foto.

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So you're gonna go hora de la one who says that indura the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would recite surah, two jamara in the first araca and sort of them on our own in the second rocker. And he actually says he would recite soul to jamara. In the first paragraph, you have to be him, meaning encouraging and inspiring the believers thereby and in the second round, he would recite all of them one after boom, striking the heart striking and

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annoying the hypocrites. So in the second look at he would regularly recite sort of them one afternoon, but this is sort of a mouthful. Now, these two verses referring to this, who will live in a world on a Latin typical Adam and angora, sword Illa de and football. What do you learn in saliva to one Oh, well, our kin and Mona Tina live to whom?

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Regina Elin Medina to live regional as them in London, what we learn is that whatever so he wouldn't mean when I can when I speak.

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Law says these are the ones they are the ones who saying, Do not spend on those who are with the Messenger of Allah

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until they disperse,

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when to Allah belong the treasures of the heavens and the earth. But the hypocrites do not on.

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They say that when we return to Medina.

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The Honored One

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will remove and banish the lowly and the disgraced and humiliated one from the city. And he meant himself and the lowly one the Messenger of Allah, but gained a lot of verse by saying, what he learned is that whatever a soldier he wouldn't want me, to Allah belongs on and to His Messenger, and to the believers, but the hypocrites.

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This was just some of the history of Abdullah had no waveless at all he did a lot.

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And this whole incident took place on the same journey in the campaign of minimal study in the campaign of what I see. And this all happened just before he was the one who was instrumental in inciting this allegation, instigating this rumor and this allegation against me in a shot of the alarm. So that's just some history of oblivion or even a salon. He was a bitter personal enemy of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and of the believers, he left no stone unturned, in his attempt to sow discord, create strife, and suffering, and confusion and anguish for the Messenger of Allah on a very personal level, and even the Muslims at large.

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After this outage, although she doesn't refer to this incident, but this was another major incident that took place on that same journey. What the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did very intelligently and wisely.

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When he when this happened, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, contrary to custom, he suddenly made an announcement and told everybody pack up, breakout and Let's march so everybody broke camp, and they marched. He marched that whole day, the rest of the day. Normally, they would rest.

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By evening, he never let them rest. They carried on travel the whole night, until the next morning. Finally, when they stopped and set up camp, everybody fell asleep.

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And then

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the reason the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did this, this How are themselves exploiting themselves explain so that people would not have an opportunity to people would become preoccupied with their journey and they would not become they would not have an opportunity.

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nutty to sit around gossiping and perpetuating these rumors. Not about a shadow of the alarm later, but about what happened between the inside and the Mahajan. And I'm sorry, on the margin, and that they would not let the words of Abdullah ignore even subtle take effect. So to defuse the situation, profits, ally leaves and very wisely, just made everybody travel and never gave them an opportunity to discuss them to fall into gossip amongst themselves. He diffused the situation rather than inflamed.

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That was wisdom of the sword of law, some of the lighting some of them he prevented any further any further discord or strife.

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When they continue to travel on one of the final stops, before Medina, closer to Medina, the third major incident of this journey took place and that is what what the nature of the alarm now refers to. She says four cylinder head that either forgot or sudwala his alarm, it will send them in his with the heatsink. So we marched until last messengers little alarm, it was sudden became free of this campaign. waka fell and he returned it to Medina what the no nominal Medina and until when we came close to Medina, other than a leader than bill Rashi, one night again, suddenly, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made an announcement to travel.

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Again, this was another one country to custom.

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So since we're all unprepared, Prophet sallallahu it was the major seven announcements that announced we should resume our journey. They began preparing. So when out you shall be a lot more in her head. This announcement she says, I rose

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Pina, when they made this announcement from a shaved head, their job was rejected. Why did she arrive? She said she wants to answer the call of nature and prepare herself to regime the long journey. So she says I rose when they made this announcement for machines had that JavaScript. And I continued to walk until I went beyond the settlement on the campus of the army, she went to answer the call of nature. So in her search for privacy, she went some distance until she left the camp behind her sort of map of leadership. So when I fulfilled my need about two in a row, I made my way or I headed to the tent for the mosquito somebody. So I touched mine was I placed my hand on my

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Lehman just

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so suddenly, I realized that my necklace of onyx

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stuff stone

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had broke.

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The farm was the name of a place in Yemen in southern Arabia.

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And from there was produced

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a gemstone they're not very expensive, but it was a gemstone which they used in rings and in necklaces. And that gemstone was jezzer it was known as a gemstone of is actually an onyx we know it says onyx. So there was a necklace with the main gemstone of onyx. And it came from a place called the fall. That's why it's known as Jasmine.

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So she says that my necklace of onyx from the Far

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East like today, this is a common feature in the heavy things are named after certain places. So even today, you have a wall that's famous from a certain region, you have diamonds are famous from a certain region, you have jewelry which is renowned from a certain region, you have items of clothing because of their design and their color that are renowned from a certain region. So in those days as well, they would have Yemeni cloth Egyptian cloth. This cloth this bundle, this clothing this suit, we find it in that hair these

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the suits the clothes, the bundles, the embroidery, etc. Were all named after their places of origin because of the prestige. So she says I had this necklace of onyx from the fall. And that was the same necklace that was given to her by her mother when she came into the marriage of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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when the marriage was

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consummated. So she wore that and she says he had broken for a jacket. So I returned for the muster at the and I searched for my necklace fabrisonic devol. So my search for the necklace kept me behind for Up button levina urushi Luna Lee.

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So those who would normally lift me, they came and they arrived.

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So they lifted up my holder.

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In English we call it holder as well. Holder comes from auditor

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in order to recall it holder and the word holder. So the English word holder comes from the order word holder, and the order where the holder comes from Arabic hold edge. And it's a seat as I explained last week to seat

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normally on a tree,

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some sort of bedding, which has a canopy over it with drapes. And it was mainly used in the Middle East and in the east. It's placed on elephants, camels, etc. And mainly for a ladies. So in English, it's also called litter but you actually have the proper name. It's a proper word in English holder, which comes from the original Arabic of Holdridge. So for them, it will help the G they lifted up my holder, my litter

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for the de la quinta.

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So they lifted up the lips of the holder, the holder onto my camel, which I would ride

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with the water and the fee.

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And they were thinking that I was actually in it, because it was a whole group of them.

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And since it was covered with drapes, normally the way the wait would happen is that's why she mentioned that the beginning bar, the mountains, the little hijaab after the laws of hijab had been revealed. That was a crucial sentence at the beginning. That explains why all of this happened. So since the laws of Java have been revealed, in shadow, the alarm her say she came out and traveled in hedger. And that meant that the way she would travel is she would enter her holder, her litter, which had a canopy, and curtains and drapes. And then a number of her attendance appointed by the School of Law. So the law it was someone would come, and they would lift up the holder from the

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polls, and they would lift it up onto the camel, when the journey would start when the camel would stop. Again, she would remain seated, the attendants would come, they would collectively lift the holder and can't carefully place it on the ground, then they would leave and she would emerge. And this was because the laws of her job had been revealed. And after all, she was the one of the wives of the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah, who was some of them.

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So she says that they did the same.

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he was thinking that I was actually in the holder, whereas in reality, she was away from the camp, having gone back search for her loss necklace for a lady come to our camp. So they placed the lifted up holder onto the candle that I will grind the symbol on and the fee, while sort of thinking that I was in it, what cannon is there? Or is there cuz if alpha and women were then lines,

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they had not become heavy, and flesh had not overcome them. When the mayor couldn't put them in a town. In fact, they would eat only a little sufficient amount of food for them. Yes. Then she says it's an order to explain that. How come? The attendants didn't realize she was in? Well, these these were the reasons one, they would never see her anyway, to there wasn't just one or two of them, there would be a minimum of four and possibly more, one on each corner holding a pole

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and the weights would be distributed.

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Furthermore, she herself was very land and she says ladies, wear them light for them. Yes, thin film. Yes, Duncanville, oceanographer

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factum Alou and the people meaning the group and the group

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did not find the weight of the holder strange when they lifted it up. So they lifted it. Welcome to Jerry Hadeeth the sin and I was a young girl. I was a girl young of age. Again, describing

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Her likeness for battle Jimena. They then raise the camel.

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The camel will proceed to kneeling and once the hold that will be on top they will then prop the camel and raise it for bathroom German so there then they raise the camel will sell and they

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marched for widget to the back the Muslim a little bad monster morale change. Then I found my necklace after the army had left for gentlemen Zilla. So I came to that encampment with a Sofia head. And there was no wonder

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lady Goofy, I then headed for that place where I was with an unknown say if they don't any. And I thought and I thought that soon they will miss me. Fear June a layer then they will return to me for being a journalist.

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So whilst I was seated, she basically just sat down

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in the middle of the desert at night all alone. She was young.

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And of course she was fearful.

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She sat down hoping that they would return

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Sabrina and the journalists. So whilst I was seated 100 with me I know for my eyes overcame me, so I slept.

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What kind of suffered moonwalk, a tsunami some of the quani. And what it jaysh and so far now she's explaining something further that I fell asleep. Now safonov democra.

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Assuming the quant these were the tribal and the clan affiliations, so find out what the mean what are your J's he was at the rear of the army, meaning he was appointed by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a rearguard of the army.

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In those days, the duties of the caravan and the people who traveled together would be divided. And one of the functions assigned to some people was of traveling at a distance from the rear of the cab of the caravan. And what they would do is that they would follow at a certain distance in order to pick up and retrieve lost items, dropped items,

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items that have been left behind, and also to watch out for any stragglers. So on that expedition, so frantic remodel of the alarm and had been appointed to that task,

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who was the final remark or the alarm was in companion.

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He was from Medina he was an unsightly not one of the immigrants because he had actually embraced Islam just a short time before this particular incident, not too long.

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And he was a pious companion, one of the Sahaba of the law. And in shadow Viola and her latest set of him that he died as a martyr in the way of the law. In fact, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam attested to his piety from the member. And he actually said that they have accused someone is a fundamental model, of whom I know nothing but good.

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And later,

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in the

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approximately 19th year of hedger when the Muslims were fighting in Armenia, during the conquest of Armenia. So finally we mark the rue de la and died as a Shaheed in the conquest of Armenia. So she says the final remark the love the love, and

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had been appointed as the rearguard of the army, first of all her in them in Sydney. So he rose in the morning now Knights had fallen, she fell asleep in the morning, he arrived. It was morning now.

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That's behind them, and Zinni. So, he arrived in the morning bar my place for us for survivor insanity not him.

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So, he saw the figure of a human of a person, he saw the figure of a person asleep. So he came to me, what can I do Ronnie abundant,

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and he would see me before hedger. So before the laws of hijab were revealed, there was no hijab, so people saw each other.

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So he had obviously seen many

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I shadow the law. So when he saw a figure sleep on the floor on the ground, he approached, not realizing who it was she had obviously drawn her blankets over herself.

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So when he arrived,

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he saw a figure on the ground.

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When he she awoke,

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and he had seen her before her job,

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because they asked Mr. Jarry now what happened, she was still asleep. And in her sleep, undoubtedly Her face was exposed in her sleep. So when he arrived and he saw her, immediately upon seeing her he loudly explained in the law, you were in a garage. So when he explained in that, in that you were in a larger home, she was alerted, and startled, and she woke up. So she says, For Steve Butler, Mr. Jarry, I awoke with his aesthetic, meaning his inner Lila you were in a in a garage

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kena and

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when he made his camel sit down now, he didn't approach her walking, he was still on the camel, and he saw a figure sleep on the grounds that he approached slowly on his camel from above the camel. He saw the figure of morning shot of the Allahu Allah and he saw her exposed face. He then began to alight and dismount and loudly explained in that in that way now later on, she woke up that's why she says he was uttering in that in that he were in that late Roger on when he was dismounting and making his camel kneel and sit down Sheena and Arthur arita when he was settling his camel for her for a for a kick to her. All he did was made the camel kneel. And then he placed his foot on the leg

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of the camel to ensure that he would remain stable. And that was a sign in itself and he held the reins. What did she do for a year he placed his foot on the leg of the camel for keep to her, and I mounted the camera.

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In another narration is not mentioned here, she says.

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By a lot apart from his saying in 911 what nightly Roger I did not utter a word. And he did not utter a single word for

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He did not say anything. I did not say anything. The only words that were exchanged between them were his inanda who were in Iraq rajang

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from palapa poo to be rashleigh.

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Then he continued your pool to be be urahara driving or leaving the camera with me on it, so he never sat on it. He was now walking, walking in a shadow of the alarm. He was riding a camel Dino.

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Until we arrived at the army camp, burger man lizard

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after they had

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set up camp, widely seen the Phoenix livery over here in the heat of the day, meaning mid afternoon, mid day,

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at the height of the heat of the day, when they have camped and settle down

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we arrived in the camp.

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That's all she saves. Then she adds for her Luqman Hello. So those who perished perish what kind of live in the woodland if God de la had not available at all.

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And the one who assumed the greatest role in the line was Abdullah hidden all the impossible.

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Now obviously because this was very painful for her

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that the next words are imminent Medina then we arrived in Medina, remember this was this was the final stop when they arrived. So that was the second last stop. And this one was the final stop before their arrival in Medina.

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This whole episode was extremely painful for her. And that's why she doesn't spell it out.

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All she says is that look, this is what happened.

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One night, the province of the law it was some suddenly announced unexpected that we are to break camp and resume our journey in the middle of the night.

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So everyone began hastily making preparations. I also in order to make preparations, I rose and decided to relieve myself. So I traveled a distance to answer the call of nature until I left the camp behind me. When I had finished and I returned as I

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Returning, I placed my hands on my person, my hand and my bosom. And I realized that my necklace had broken and therefore fallen. And it was the necklace of onyx, the one that her mother had given to her at the time of the consummation of her marriage. So she retraced her steps in order to look for the necklace. Remember, she was young.

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While she was fabrisonic devol. She says that the search for the necklace kept me behind. And in that haste, the Can

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people the camp boot camp resumed their journey. And those who are appointed to carry my litter and raise it onto the camel. They didn't realize that I wasn't in they thought I was in, they lifted me up and they lifted the holder and put it on the camel, and they left. By the time I returned, the campus empty. It was no one there. So I stayed in my place where I was before, and I hoped that they would soon realize that I was missing and come back to collect me.

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I fell asleep.

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The next thing she knew was someone loudly exclaiming, in that he learned when I leave her job. She opened her eyes. And what had happened. It's remarkable who was appointed as a rear guard. He saw a figure lying on the ground. He came close on his camera when you saw that it was in the shadow of the alarm. Juana, how do you recognize that she was asleep the blanket had come away her cloak had come away. She didn't realize he saw her face. He recognized her since he had seen her and like others had before her job.

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All of this shows that what kind of Iranian public a job

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that he would see me before the hijab.

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So that it's it's evident what the hijab meant.

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He would see me before the hijab, ie my face, but after the hijab, at least for the wives of the Prophet, some of the love I'll even send them

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this habit of the alarm would not see see them. So since he would see her before the hijab, he recognized her Saturday Night Live in Malaga. Rajon explained, and then he immediately dismounted, settle the camel, and all that happened is she awoke, he settled the camel placed his foot on the camels.

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four legs, made sure that the camel did not move, settled it on a shuttle the alarm amount of the camel, and he carried on what he raised a camel he carried on walking. While she was riding the camel. They traveled until they arrived at the camp, mid afternoon, when everyone had settled, that's all that happened. Then she says it was very painful for her she doesn't go into detail for hillegom and hudec. All she says is then those who perished perish.

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And what she refers to that it what she refers to by that is when they arrived the camp

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people not all of them some people were asleep others were busy some of them saw

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walking, leading the camel by trained and on the camel because I hold that was missing. They saw a shadow of the alarm

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when Abdullah had not obeyed Mr. Lu

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heard this, but oh

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so far, has just brought Ayesha into the camp. Now, immediately.

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He explained by law, he has done this and this with her.

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And he went on fast say that they have spent the night together insane.

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So then his cronies repeated this calumny and this allegation and word spread in the camp.

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At the time, she didn't realize, obviously she's speaking in retrospect, she didn't realize that's what she means by for HELOC, a HELOC, but those who instigated the rumor, those who carried the rumor, those who repeat the rumor all of them perished.

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For Holloman, Haddock and when she says

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but the one what kind of living the woman is Captain

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Ignore B ignores the law, that the one who assumed the greatest role

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in this lie and calumny was Abdullah ignore obeying the law. Then she says Ferdinand Medina, since he was the one who instigated it. And she says, we then arrived in Medina allender here, the next stage of the Hadees will be of what happened when they actually arrived in the city of Medina. How the rumor to cold, how it spread, how people responded to it, how it affected the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his peace of mind, his heart and mind, the peace of his household,

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the serenity of Medina.

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All it takes is one person to utter one word cares, all malicious

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and it can be far more damaging

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than rocks, sticks and stones and even swords.

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And that's exactly what happened and how eventually Allah revealed the verses of the what lessons that are for as inshallah these will still continue is quite a bit of the headings left.

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Believe so far we've only done

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approximately a quarter. So inshallah we'll continue next week.

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regarding what happened when they arrived in the Vienna I pray that lots of more data enabled us to understand

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some of the lock was in the manner after he would be in a humid wanna early age range. A lot

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of stuff in

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