The Hijrah – A Sacred Journey & Watershed

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Ibrahim in Majeed Allahu

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Akbar Allah Ibrahim

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Ibrahim in

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respect to listeners salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Last week, on Thursday,

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we started the

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new Islamic history year was the first

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of the 1400 and 34th year of hitch

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today, to Madrid was announced, and now after moto is actually the 10th.

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largest share a few thoughts about

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the

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significance

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of the hedgehog

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as a starting points, and a mark, for the Islamic

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the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar.

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And therefore, on an annual basis, it's 11 days shorter than the solar calendar. So we normally have a total of 354 days,

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which approximately works out to six months of 30 days and six months of 29 days. And the reason for that is that the lunar cycle, its orbits around the

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Earth is is is precisely 29.5 days. And so some of them will have 30, some months we'll have 29, but on average six months, 36 months, or 29 days, but a total of 11 days, well total 354 days, 11 days shorter than the solar calendar. The reason I mentioned that is because this undoubtedly causes the Islamic calendar to shift gradually over the months and over the years. And it does not remain in sync with the solar calendar. And we have the stomach months occurring at all times of the year as we witness with Ramadan. In any case today is the 10th of the aftermath

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of the 10th day of the first month of the 1400 and 34th year of the Islamic calendar. Now why do Muslims calculate their days and months? And why do they tabulate their calendar?

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From the hedges

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as aluminum cans?

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What is so significant about the hedgerow?

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And what does it mean for us? And as we begin the new Islamic here, what lessons can we learn draw from the hitch?

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That's what I would like to share a few thoughts about the Hydra is a vast topic, and

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I will be unable to encompass even some of the discussions related to Hitler. But this is just a very quick can brief summary about some of the more salient aspects of hedging so that we can place the Islamic calendar in its context and we can understand the significance of it.

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The hitch for the Muslims as a regular mind

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for the beginning of each new year, and throughout the months of the Islamic caliphate.

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First of all the word hitch.

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Most often the word hedging is translated as emigration. And the hitter is considered to be a journey. But in reality, the word hijra originally does not mean journey and traveling

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or migrating, emigrating. It doesn't mean this at all. The word

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the roots, lettuces, and the stems of the word hitch

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actually refer to shunning and abandoning and leaving aside and we see that in the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala for instance, and sort of death tells Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Yeah,

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Kabir was the Arabic alphabet here.

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That's a woman who is wrapped in a cloak.

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Rise

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and you will law glorify, and your clothes purify, and even an impurity shun words of agile.

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In another verse, was with Adam 100, and jameelah addressing the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that Be patient of what they say. Wow, Jerome headjam jameelah and shun them. A beautiful shunning.

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Avoid Them, overlook and ignore them, abandon them, leave them aside and shun them a beautiful shining. So and similarly.

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La quotes.

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Ibrahim alayhi salatu was salam, his father telling him to desist, counseling him and advising him against paganism, and Associates and partners with Allah. And then he tells him while Julie Malia, leave me for a while shun mean Leave me alone, for for a while. So the original meaning of the words related to

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the roots letters of her gene and raw and the word Her job is to shun to leave aside to abandon to actually shun and then the meaning of

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hedgerows, as we understand it stems from that, to shun, to leave behind

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to abandon and move away.

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So, the meaning of immigration and traveling is actually a secondary meaning to the original word of hitch. And this is why in one beautiful ahaadeeth muscle, the law and the law it seldom says so you're then I am delighted I'm live now sort of the alarm on whom I relate to these recorded by man party in history, and by Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and Muslim woman cinnamon Muslim woman the sunny who were the 100 on the hijab, Amanda Hala Huang that Abdullah Mohammed Abdullah Al so the Allahu anhu Omar says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, a Muslim woman cinnamon was the morning when the sun here were there. The Muslim is he from whose

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tongue and from whose hand, the Muslims remain safe.

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One more Hargett. That's the first part of the Hadees. And then the last part of the heydays. One more hurdle manager Amanda laquan and the Mahajan

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the emigrants.

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One

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man is one Rajaraman Allah Han who shuns what Allah has forbidden.

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So the original meaning of hedger is to abandon, to shun, to leave aside to leave behind. And the word hedger as we know it, to emigrate to travel away, is actually a secondary meaning.

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So do keep that in mind. And that's how we can best understand this idea. That 100 on 100 amanatullah. One, but the true emigrant is one who shuns what Allah has forbidden.

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So this is the original meaning of the roots were related to Hitler. But now obviously, in the context of this discussion, and throughout Islamic history,

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The secondary meaning of hedger has come to the fore and seems more prominence in our minds than the original meaning of shunning and abandoning. And throughout today's discussion, when I use the word hedger, of course, we are talking about the famous emigration of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions from Makkah to the city of Medina.

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Now,

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there are many verses in the Holy Quran, which speak about the hijab as well, which speak about the virtue of the muhajir

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and the Mahajan room where those who did the hedger

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but there are two main verses, which directly address the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam are related to him about the hitch. And I will speak on these two verses mainly

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a last panel who was Anna season sort of

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addressing the messenger some of the law it was

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with young korabik Latina kufr, all the way up to Luca,

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and recall.

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Remember a lot it's addressing the prophets Allah love it.

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And recall when those who disbelieved.

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were plotting against you

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so that they may keep you behind.

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Or that they may slay you

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or that they may expel you.

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And they were plotting

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and they plots and Allah plans and Allah is the best of planners. Now that verse directly addresses the messenger, subtle alarm and even some of them and reminds him of the time just before he left the city of Makkah,

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emigrating to Medina, about the situation in Macedonia.

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And for us, that's a good starting point. But in order to understand what was happening just before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left and what compelled him to flee the city,

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because that's what it was, ultimately, it was a flight from the city of Mecca

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to preserve his life, and his band of followers and a small community. So in order to understand what actually led to that and what compelled him to leave the city in that manner, we need to go back a few years just as a quick summary, and understand what was happening. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam receive the revelation of the Quran, in the 14th year of his life.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam preached secretly, only to and quietly only to the closest members of his family and relatives, and that remain the case for approximately three years. And then, in the fourth third year of his life, the third year of his mission, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was commanded by Allah, to proclaim the message loudly and openly to the extended family, the relatives and beyond the people of Makkah. And so the prophets of the library or send them fulfill that command also.

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Until now,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not really come to the attention of the wider public and Mugu. But as soon as he started as soon as he proclaimed the message publicly, and as soon as he started inviting people openly to the religion of Islam, gradually, he came, he came to the attention of the elites, the nobility, the wealthy, the merchant class, the clan, chieftains, and the rule of political elites.

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And since his key as a person, and his call his message, his movement, and his growing band of followers

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were viewed as a threat to the power and position and the wealth and the class structure of Makkah.

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The elites soon began, opposing him growing more and more bold and intense in the opposition, and eventually hurting and inconveniencing him and his followers.

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In the fifth year of his mission and profited, and the fourth fifth year of his life, he profits to love it alayhi wa sallam sensing the growing opposition and hostility, and even the persecution of some of his followers. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam advised his

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Follow this to travel to the lower end of our senior where there was a pious and just Christian King Najafi.

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And when he advised his followers at the beginning, approximately only 12 men and four women

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headed by the son law of the province of the law legal system, so you don't have a plan of not follow the law one, along with his wife, the daughter of a sudden law, some of the law while he was sending them.

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This spam small band of 16 early Muslims, they left Makoto makara ma secretly, they feared for their lives and they feared further persecution even though these were noble people see the man with the loved one was a member of the orangish. The his wife was the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and yet the persecution was becoming so intense and severe that they had to leave McDonnell kurama secretly, and they made their way to the

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to a port town

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on the coast of the Red Sea, and from there they traveled by

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ship to ships over to Abyssinia and took refuge with the Christian King Joshua. This I mentioned this in some detail because this was actually the first

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This was the first emigration

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in Islam. And Hitler

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didn't just begin there. That was the first hedra for the Muslims from Makkah to Abyssinia, only 16 people.

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But this was the first example of a trend

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in the religions of Allah subhanho wa Taala from time immemorial,

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the prophets of Allah alayhi wa Salatu was Salam have a history of hijra they and their followers? So you're not you're Rahim. alayhis salam so you then aleut alayhis salam. So you're going to move Sally has said on all of them did Hitler. In fact, famously,

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in the Mahajan LRP I am emigrating to my Lord. See the mighty Brahim alayhis salam to the Hydra. So you're gonna loot alayhis salaam that Hydra. So you're gonna musalla Hassan grew up in the palace of Pharaoh of Pharaoh. And yet he fled. He fled Egypt fearing for his life. And

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he led a life for many many years for a decade and walk

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away from his home city, his birthplace, the same with Ibrahim alayhis salaam.

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hedger is never easy, and before I continue, letters just pretend for a moment, what hedger what emigration actually means. So that when we say the

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six band of 16, Muslims rose and left muckety muck aroma and travel to Abyssinia

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what does it actually mean? What should we feel how should we view it? Well, to put that into context and to help us understand,

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let us remember that as human beings, we in Arabic the word insaan, many scholars of

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law of the Arabic language

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and

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lexicography say, that the word in some stems from and is derived from

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an means

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comfort,

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not comfort in the sense of luxury, but comforts in the sense of solace.

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In some is called in some, because in some, the human require requires company for solace and for comfort,

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for their for the well being of their mind and their emotions. I mentioned a few weeks ago in the depths of ohare, that we have two contradictory forces working at the same time in this at one on the same time. Human beings want company, they want to be with others. They don't want to be alone.

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They don't want to feel the desolate pneus and the fear and fries of being alone. They want the comfort and the security and the solace of company of other people

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But at the same time, then they also value their privacy and their own barriers and borders, their own individuality.

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And they want to be left alone. So we have these two contradictory forces working in us all the time. And this is what leads to conflict, both in ourselves and with others. And what the teachings of the arm and the teachings of the Noble Messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam do for us is to provide us with a brilliant balance of how to manage these two contradictory forces of the desire to be with people, and yet be alone, of the need for company as well as for solitude. And

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so, inside is called Insan. Because of once we require comfort, we're required through company, we require solace, we need solace. And a man becomes a nice human being becomes a nice meaning,

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accustomed to and comfortable with.

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And finding solace in and security in, not just other people, not just family, not just loved ones, but even the surroundings, the atmosphere, the bricks and mortar, the ground, the soil, the earth, the normal vision.

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That's why there is no place like home, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says it beautifully. In fact, we may experience that ourselves, travel,

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travel, just for a few hours, or a few days.

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Let's not even think of traveling for a few weeks,

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and months or more, but travelled just for a few hours travel just for a few days. And what is our experience?

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Ask those who lead and apparently jet setting lifestyle.

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And they will tell you that we may fly first class, we may be put up in five star hotels for accommodation. But ultimately, this wears off.

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Because

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no matter how opulent and luxurious a hotel room may be, it's still just four walls in a remote place. You're away from your loved ones, your family, your home, your earth, your soil, what you are accustomed to. And no matter how other people may look at the Jet sets and Lifestyles of the Rich, and the mobile, they themselves, they grow frustrated of such things. And they would much prefer to be at home, to be local to be with their families and their loved ones to be in their own comfort zone in their own space. And Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam describes that beautifully, his words have eternal wisdom.

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And

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place what I've just said into context, and then think of what the prophet sallallahu wasallam says when we travel. The reason we need such opulence and luxurious accommodation is not because it's so much a holiday.

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It's because traveling is so disruptive. It disrupts our food, our drink, our sleep,

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our lifestyle, our whole pattern.

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And it takes its toll mentally and physically on a person's mind and body.

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So, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what does he say?

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In athletes by mahadi in his say,

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from say the noble warrior after the alarm

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with some of the most common

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law

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to likely use of or that what an American and Simeon Mola be working beside him. And have you heard a letter of the law one out of a sort of lice on the law, it was seldom a sufferer admin and as you now know, mahatama masaba.

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Argentina

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relates with a continuous chain from meeting Amanda hardy Rahim Allah, he says to live in the use of informed us

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related tours. He said Imam Malik informed us from

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the molar the client of Abu Bakar. from society from Abu huraira the Allahu Allah Who says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, a sufferer of a two minute

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traveling journey is a portion of punishment.

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It's actually a piece of the other.

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What does it do your metal.

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It prevents one of you from sleeping, from his sleep from his food from his drink, for that matter. So when one of you fulfills his need on the journey, for you're actually in our early, let's make haste and returning to his family.

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And indeed, that's what it is. Suffering is a two minute

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portion of punishment. Now,

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here we are only talking about traveling for a few hours or a few days.

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When we are taken out of our comfort zone, when we are removed from our comfortable, associate, associated accustomed surroundings of our room, our house, our Earth, our soil, our locality, then we feel it. And if that's just for a few hours, imagine the hitch

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that others have had to perform.

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Where

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it's not just a question of traveling for a few hours

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with one's luggage, it's a question of fleeing for one's life, leaving behind one's wealth, one's property, one's possessions, one's memories, one's loved ones, one's family, never knowing whether one will ever be able to return.

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put that into perspective. This is why I'm seeing that you're on him at a disadvantage from all in modern David Ark.

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And he traveled to Sham

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making many stops and traveling along the whole Fertile Crescent of

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of the ancient era. seasonality Brahim alayhis salam didn't just calmly say I am travelling. for him. It meant

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leaving behind his family.

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his birthplace, his home city, his people, his community, everything and everybody

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in the Mahajan in our ob Indeed, I am emigrating to my Lord. This is what all all of them reality who stood out was around whoever did his job. Not all of them did it. But those that did. For them, this is what it meant. And this is what it meant for the people of muckety muck around. So you have your loved one and his band of

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immigrants when they traveled from Makkah to Abyssinia in those days today, at least.

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There is some comfort and there are facilities and amenities to traveling in those days. Imagine the travel through the desert,

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across the hostile sea,

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and then onwards to a strange land.

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And women also accompanied the 12 men for women. And one of them was the daughter of a sort of law. So the law it wasn't them. And the only reason they traveled was so that they could worship Allah with freedom and peace. So, when we talk about the hedger let not the word hedger be simply,

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a concept of a journey from A to B involves all of this. And when we speak about the history of the sort of law, some of the law

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that is not just treat it as a chronology of a happened on that occasion be happened on such and such an occasion, rather, lets us draw lessons and a great wisdom from it. In sort of who the last panel who was addressing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says, Allah mentioned the stories of many prophets are they he was set out or slamming the Quran and then after mentioning some of the songs, Allah tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam uniquely just him individually, not the followers, the pronoun is not plural, Allah is addressing only His Messenger, he says, what could have been a common man or a b2b he for other, what a coffee how they could have gone on the ground

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in many in Las Vegas things. And we do relate to you

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of the tails of these prophets, such stories, that through them,

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we grant the steadfastness to your heart.

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And in the stories, the truth has come to you, and an admonition and a reminder for the beliefs. What that tells us is that Allah subhanho wa tada relates the stories of the prophets. Wa Salatu was Salam in order to strengthen the heart of the soul of law, some of the law legal some of them, and so that the truth may be clear and apparent even to the messenger and then beyond him to the wider body of believers. There is an admonition and

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is a reminder for the believers in the stories of that and the hourly homes that are set up. So if the stories of the former prophets could serve as an inspiration, and a means of steadfastness, and the strengthening of the heart, for a soul, loss of the love, and even some of them, then imagine how much of an inspiration and how much of a lesson of steadfastness we can also gain and draw from the hidrive sort of law, some of the law it was something

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and there is an admonition and a reminder for the believers in the story of a sort of learning.

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So in the fifth year of his prophethood, this first group of followers did hedger to Abyssinia. And then later, a second group followed them approximately 100 people in which there were 18 women also,

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these two groups did Hydra to Abyssinia. And but the opposition continued and operational now even more incensed that the Muslims were free in foreign lands, to worship Allah in their manner in their chosen way, and to follow their religion, and to abandon the idols of the courage, with freedom and with impunity, at least free from the rage. So this go to them into even more intense persecution of the remaining Muslims. And then this led to the boycott in the seventh year of the province of the law on equal cinemas profited, which eventually ended just before the 50th year of his life, and the 10th year of his prophethood. And then

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two tragic incidents occurred. One was the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, his uncle every

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now

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and then, approximately two months later, according some narrations, the his beloved wife, interdigital, viola, also passed away, these two pillars of support, left the prophets of Allah on equal some of them in that year.

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Now,

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the passing away of his uncle, is actually of great significance. I've mentioned before in some detail, and we need to understand this again, that

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Arabia was a tribal society, there was no central authority, there was no rule of law, there was no national security.

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There was nothing of the sort

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a person's life, property, wealth, and very being, were only guaranteed security, by a balance of power amongst clans and tribes. And therefore, when needed protection,

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there was no protection of the state, there was no protection of the law.

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There was no central authority, nothing of the salt, a person as an individual meant nothing.

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An individual was only guaranteed security and protection, if he or she belonged.

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And there was no belonging to the state, or the country, or even the city state.

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The only belonging there was, was to one's family.

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And the mom's immediate family served as protection, but then who guarantee their security, the extended family and who guarantee their security, the clan, and who guarantee their security, the tribe.

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And in this way, there was a fine balance of power amongst the tribes, and the clans and the families. This is what held things in balance and things in place.

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A person

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wouldn't be left alone.

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And another wouldn't fail to take advantage of a person, his or her life and their property in their wealth. Out of respect for the law, there wasn't a law, it was only for the fear of retaliation in the future.

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So the thoughts was, if I harm him,

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his family will harm me.

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And that was only protection. So protection meant a lot.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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until the fifth year of his life, he had the protection of his unkillable body.

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Time and time again, the operation approached his uncle, they could have attacked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as clams and as tribes, but they didn't. And the only reason they didn't, was not because not out of respect for the province of the law. It was something remember that

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They believed him to be an imposter.

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It was only out of fear of retaliation because of the protection that he was afforded by his incredible volume. And how was him as an individual able to afford him protection. He wasn't able to do so as an individual. He was the head of the Klan have been harsh.

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And being the head of the new harsh and he had the full support and their backing he was achieved.

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So his protection men the protection of the whole have been harsh.

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When he passed away in the fifth year of hijra, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't just lose a bit of an uncle, and a second father, because he grew up in his household. He lost his guarantor and his protect, and the leadership of Hashem, the whole of the clan, shifted from our bar lab, to his brother of all app.

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And the hub was an implacable enemy of the province in the law, it was on them, and he refused to grant him protection. Now, when will Hashem following the tribal laws of their society, they have to respect the wishes and the position and the authority of their new chieftain of our lab. If we refuse to guarantee security to the profits of the law, send them then the other members of the law hashing, even the Muslim ones were helpless. They could not summon and must have the support of the rest of their clan, because the clan as a whole, follow the chieftain and now the chieftain was Abu lahab. And he was a sworn enemy of the messenger, some of the love it who sent them what this meant.

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And this is actually the beginning of the movement of Hitler. From the time that finally passed away. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam now began looking for protection,

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events of life.

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He traveled to life, we've heard of the winner of the story. The reason he travelled to five wasn't just to give there were, of course, it was to give that power. It was to invite them to the religion of Islam, but it was all sorts of gain their protection by if the operation were all powerful in Makkah, but the other famous tribe, which was all powerful in bife, the city of barf was the beef,

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the tribe of beef, and he went to the beef, and spoke to the chieftains there, they refuse to listen to him or grandson protection. They sent the streets urchins after him were pelted with stones. Unfortunately, he bled profusely on that day summit so that his shoes were clubbed with his own blood. And he fell down unconscious. And we know the story, I won't have time to go into some detail. But the reason he went to life was to invite them and also to seek and gain their protection. Now, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he left, he actually requested them. One that please do not inform the Rh of your refusal to grant me protection.

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Please just keep it to yourselves.

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Another thing which he requested from them, is to let them leave in peace. But they did not comply, or accede to any of these two requests, they gleefully sent were to Quraysh that Mohammed came to us begging for protection, and we have refused. This was a signal to the range that now you can do what you want with them. Even we refuse to back in or support them or granted protection. One. Secondly, they did not let him leave in peace. Rather, they sent the streets urgent after him. And we know what happened.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned to Makkah, he was actually fearful he could not enter his home city, because he no longer had the protection of his own clan, but

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nor did he have the protection of any other clan. So he couldn't actually enter the market. And

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he was only when he appealed to one of his distant cousins.

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Who was from the clan of nofal. And this was interesting. If you recall a few weeks ago, I in fact, on two three occasions now I've explained that in the boycotts in the seventh year of Hitler.

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The more abductions the clamor of chimps and bonobos for the clamor of nofal. They

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sided with the rest of the brush against more harsh and brutal harsh him were only supported by their other cousins, the bundle

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Who were very weak. Baba nofal.

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These were very close cousins because nofal ab Deschamps Hashem.

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And we were four sons of abdomen AF.

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And they were supposed to be for clowns who stood together. However, over time, they fell apart, especially in relation to the matter of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when boo Hashem refused to hand over the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and to renounce their protection for him, the others, abandoned and shunned, been harsh in the plan of hashing headed by him, and he appealed to his closest cousins, the other three closest clans that have jumps, the nofal and to them,

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but only metallic joined him. And after shump, shrimps and nofal, they sided with the rest of polish. And Abu lahab was the only one from the clan of Hashem who went over to the rest of what I saw on that occasion, the clan of nofal oppose the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a few years before. Now, in the fifth year of his life. He couldn't enter the city of Mecca. without protection. He appealed to various tribes, leaders and clans, but all refused. In mentioned the apparently helpless state of the prophets, the lie

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will lie when you look at this history. And then you consider in retrospect, and with hindsight, what became what transpired. And what happened. A lot of this was a miracle of resort of law. That was so that

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he could not enter his home city. Everyone refused protection. He appealed to one of his cousins,

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who was from the clan of nofal, even though the clan of nofollow had joined in the boycotts a few years earlier, and that oppose the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appealed to him, he even though he was a non Muslim, he was a pagan. He did not believe the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to be a messenger, but still,

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the sense of honor and dignity and pride and Arab hospitality and concern stirred in him. And he told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though he wasn't a believer, even though he remained a pagan, he said, I grant you protection, you may enter the city. He then went with his four sons, they arm themselves, drew their swords, and accompany the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam into the city of Mecca, took him to the modaf took him to the Haram haram and then not immunized. He posted each one of his four sons at the four corners of the gamba, standing in on guard, whilst Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam performed the last and then look at the enhanced

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everybody that I grant Muhammad, Abdullah my protection. Now what that meant is that what he was supported by his sons, but no one would dare attack multiply the because of the support for his serve buying from his sons, but there were just five people, but then the support of his immediate family meant the support of his clan, and the support of the whole of nofal meant the support of the breech. tacitly they may not have supported him, but Gainey was that fine balance of power, no one would be able to do anything. So the prophets certainly mentioned the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam could not reenter his own birthplace, his beloved city of Mecca, without appealing for the

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protection from a pagan look at

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then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continued to seek protection, because the being a pagan, could renounce protection at any moment.

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And he was still not just seeking protection, but inviting everybody. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in that same year in the sea in the season of a hedge. A strange thing happened. Until now, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam traveled to thief in by have traveled to other clans and tribes even surrounding Mecca. He visited all the clans of Mugu, inviting them to Islam and asking them for protection. Collectively, they all refuse to believe, and they all refuse to grant some protection. individually. Some people followed him and embraced his religion, but they weren't in a position to give him any protection. So whoever he approached, they refused.

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And hedge every year. Remember, the pagans still continued with their rites and rituals of Hajj in the season of Hajj.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would visit all the people of the visitors of Mecca in hajj and Minar

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and was deliver

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an alpha he would visit everybody.

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No one was listened. In fact, a Buddha would walk behind him, pelting him with pedals and telling everybody do not listen to him. He's our madman.

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In that same season of hedge in the 50th year of his life, the strange thing happened. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed by a group of people who were seated.

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He didn't

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go out looking for them, but he passed by them.

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So when he passed by them, he asked them who they are. And they said, We are from yesterday.

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We are the only six of them we are from the city of yathrib, and a waste of city

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to the north of Makkah.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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engaged, engage in conversation with them. And this was a strange thing. He never he went searching for everybody else. But nobody believed him.

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He didn't go out searching for these people, but they happen to be there.

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And he spoke to them, there are only six of them, all six of them, the tribe of cousins.

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And there and then in that same meeting, in the conversation, all six embraced Islam.

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They then told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you are the person we are looking for. You are the one that we have been hearing the Jewish rabbis of Medina of yesterday. Remember, it wasn't called Medina of yathrib speak about for a long, long time. You are the kind of person we need to restore peace and stability and brotherhood in our

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war torn city of your thread. So they said, We believe in you, we shall follow you. And we promise to meet you again next year.

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We want everything immediately. Imagine Can you imagine the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, being told by this new group of people who suddenly believed in him that we will see you again, but in 12 months time, next year, next year, 12 of them came five of the Original Six, five new ones.

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Seven new ones.

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And 10 were from the tribe of husbands, only two are from the tribe of hosts. 12 of them came and they embraced Islam. But again, they have to meet the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam in secrets. So this was a second meeting. The first meeting there was no pledge. The first meeting of six was only embracing Islam in this in the 52nd year.

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of well in the next year in the 51st year, and next year.

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I say 51st of a second because it depends on how you calculate the years. But in the first meeting after the death of will barley, only six embraced Islam. Then in the next year's Hajj 12 came, they all embrace Islam. And on that occasion, they actually pledged their support for the sort of law, some of the love it, some of them. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent Muslim mayor of the Allah and with them to Medina. He stayed for one year in Medina and through his wonderful work. And this was amazing how the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was able to influence the people of Mecca, Muslim leader of the alarm was a trendsetter.

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And a fashion icon

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was young, he was handsome. He wore the best clothes. In fact, the word in makaha was that people would smell the fragrance in the air, and no one would be around. And people would say mr. mayor has passed by here.

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Muslim mayor of the Allah and

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when he Metro saw the loss of the love, I think

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he shunned all of that.

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And a few years later,

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when the province alarm it was slim signal to him. He traveled to Medina where it's hard, wonderfully, he converted many people to the religion of sort of Lally salatu salam summit so that even the chieftains of Medina sourthern norba sourthern, the law one and the other famous leaders of the clans, he, he invited them they embraced Islam. That's

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Same season Amazon made the law and a few years later, when he was martyred in the Battle of

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they could not find sufficient shrouding to completely cover his body. If they shrouded his head, his legs remained exposed. If they shrouded his lower body, his head remained exposed. They had to put plans and graphs over him in order to complete the scuffing and his shroud. And that was the same person who used to wear single suits of clothes that were worth hundreds of items at one time.

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But the fact that we're sort of largely set out or Salaam had on such people, it's amazing. So most of them no matter the law and travel to Medina, the next year in hajj 75 people came from a team, including two ladies. And again, secretly, they pledged their support for sort of law, some of the lovely some of them. But this was the this was the third meeting. But the second pledge, and the second pledge was different from the pledge of last year, the year before the pledge was only to follow, to obey, to invite and to support, but not defend, not defend. But in the third meeting, the 75 now with the chieftains of Medina, they actually pledged their support fully, to the extent that

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just before they finally made their pledge, the leaders reminded the others that do remember what you are pledging, because now, if we pledge our full support to Mohammed Omar Abdullah, this means that we make enemies of the whole of Arabia

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but they still pledge their support. This was now the signal for us all last on the line, he was on them. That was Muslims went back, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began sending his followers

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to Medina to do his one by one in small groups, they began to leave until almost 70 followers of a sudden lohani Salatu was Salam had left the only people remaining in Makoto Makoto Rama were those who were too weak and suppressed to travel.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the ribbon Falcon, the families, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam abubaker the alarm I'm saving it

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and want to others. Now the time came.

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The crane should be witnessing all of this and observing.

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And now they were terrified that if the Muslims set up base elsewhere,

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and they now have the support of the chieftains of Medina, and they are able to set up a community in the city of Medina in year three.

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The Quraysh fared even more because that was a route, their caravan routes to Sham that Lifeline, their bloodline that trade routes passed by Medina.

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This would mean that even their trade routes were cut off, because to the west of Medina was their roots to Shan and to the east of Medina was their route to get up

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and to Persia. And these were trade routes. So for political and economic reasons, the Quraysh now feared. So then, persecution of the remaining believers became very intense. And now since he no longer had the support of Hashem, but only by nofal, but even that was in a way withdrawn. The Quraysh now decided, we must rid ourselves once and for all of Mohammed Omar Abdullah.

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This is where that verse comes in. When Allah says in sort of an unfair, what is the young quarterback and Medina cafaro leave the two

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women Coronavirus la la marketing. And remember when those who disbelieved were plotting against you, that they keep you or that they slay you, or that they expel you. And they plot and all our plans and allies, the best of planners. What happened is that the Quraysh gathered in their meeting place their counsel, and then they openly

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tabled a motion that we must do something about Muhammad Abdullah. Now it wasn't to do with them. followers, it was specifically it was sort of muscle alive. It was some of them. Some of them said letters in prison.

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That's the meaning of the spituk they were plotting that they may keep you keep you in the sense that they may imprison you. Other said no. Let us draw

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drive him away from the city. Other said, well, that's exactly what we want to avoid.

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Because if we drive him away from the city, his followers have left if they set up camp elsewhere, this will be in trouble for us. So others said, well, let's imprison him.

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And the response to that was, well, if you imprison him, his followers who have left the city will come back with the followers of Medina and try to rescue him. So eventually they agreed, and Abu gehele was the chief motivator behind this, he said, and the others agreed with him. Our only solution is to kill Mohammed Abdullah. And the way to do it says remember that fear of retaliation and protection of the clans? They said the way to do it is that we The British are united in our opposition to Mohammed. So why don't we do this? One person doesn't kill him. But rather, we take a young warrior from each of the powerful clans.

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And collectively, all of them strike Mohammed at one time.

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They strike Muhammad at one time, and therefore the responsibility for the blood of Mohammed will be distributed. Amongst all the warriors of the many powerful clans are Makkah.

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Banu Hashim will not be able to retaliate against all of us, and then they will have to settle for blood money. There was so ruthlessly and cold bloodedly discussing the blood money of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a foregone conclusion that we will kill him and they will pay the blood money when Hashem will settle for the blood.

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They agreed. They surrounded the time came this around the house of assault Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at night. But that same night, prior to that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had been making his own preparations. And earlier on that day, within a shadow of the alarm hi relates in a very beautiful Heidi. She says, I remember when I was in Makkah, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of visitors every day, at least twice, once in the morning, once in the evening, one day, suddenly, at noon at high noon, in the heat of midday, when most people would be asleep.

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We heard a knock on our door and startled when we opened the door in Cambridge saw the last alarm it was in them with his head covered. Abubakar radi Allahu anhu said, Surely a great thing must have brought the Messenger of Allah had this hour. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sat down, and I will walk out of the alarm and sat next to him or woman in a shuttle the alarm on her and her sister who were both present. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked very concerned. And he looked at the

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ladies and he said tobacco the alarm rang. Can you request them to leave? So we're working on the alarm? I'm sorry, I was sort of love. They are my family, after all. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not request them a second time. And then he spoke to him about what he came for.

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And he said to a worker of the Allahu I'll bring you glad tidings. I have now received permission from Allah to leave the city. Imagine

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everything was done by permission.

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Even though he feared for his life.

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He would not leave the city until Allah granted him permission.

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So he said permission has been granted for me to do.

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A walk out of your loved ones face lit up in a shadow the alarm describes the sea. And then she says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked by Abubakar of the Allah And what about me, prophets in the love it was seldom said and permission has been granted to you also to accompany me

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in a shadow the love and has saved till that day, I could never understand and I could never believe that a person could weep so much out of joy. But when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told my father that he had been granted permission to accompany him on this hedger, my father burst out sobbing, in tears of joy, and he wept profusely continuously out of happiness. Then we'll look at all the alarm sets of the prophets and the love it was gonna be out of sort of love. I have prepared two camels. He called his man who brought the camels. Imagine at that moment, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sat there, and he said to Abu Bakr, radi Allahu I'm a woodworker. I refuse to take

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this camel unless I pay for it at such a moment I will

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Under the law, who insisted the profits of the law equal settlement system, Abubakar Viola fell silent. Then the agreements was that a worker of the law, he mentioned that he promised the law it was said on the book of the law and hired a tracker and a guide who was a non Muslim

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and to live bait.

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He was a non Muslim, so they agreed with him that he would bring the camels

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three nights from now.

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So I'm delighted that he left with the camels, prophets and the love it will send them left. They began making their preparations that evening.

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He fell asleep early immediately after Isha.

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And then, at approximately midnight, he rose and went to the prom.

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And before that, he told earlier the alarm to sleep in his place. He rose went to the machine, performed the laugh, and thereafter he went to the hassle Abubakar or the alarm. He In fact, according some iterations, I came back home. And then by that time, the Braves had gathered the young warriors operation surrounding the house, the province of the law, it was done and came out, bent down, picked up some dust, so Earth and threw it in the direction of the warriors of the race. And read the verse of sort of the art scene with young men being a the sudden or unhealthy him said them for actually now falling layups at all. And we placed a barrier before them and behind them,

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and we cast the cloud over them, so they could not see. And in front of them, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam slipped away, and they were clueless. They waited all night the prophets of Allah it was sentimental, Baccarat, the lambs house, and they're both left secretly, and along with the loved ones, servants, honorable for Haider. And they made their way to the left the city of Makkah, from the south, towards Yemen. And then from there, they broke in the different direction, and climbed up to Mount salt,

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where they took refuge in one of the caves. Now as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was leaving Mecca on the outskirts, he actually turned around and addressed in the city of Medina, he said, Oh my God,

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you are indeed the most beloved place of all places on earth to me.

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You are the most sacred of all places on earth, to Allah, and you are the most beloved of all places to Allah. And if it wasn't for the fact that I am being driven out, I would never leave.

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And then with longing words, he left

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prophets of the LA Valley from Santa Monica to the alarm and traveled to the cave of Seoul. And then they remained

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where he began in the morning, just before dawn, they rushed and stormed the house. And they found out either the alarm in bed,

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they interrogate to see the value of the alarm, and he didn't know the profits and the love, I leave some of these plans. In fact, they actually took him away, tied him up and severely beat. But there, he was not their focus. And eventually they released him and let him go. They began looking for the profits of the law. I think some of them and answers were made 100 camels prize for the bounty hunter who brings the profits of the love it will send them dead or alive, the hollow inequality leveler, and people began traveling in all directions searching for them. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say the noble worker of the Allah who remain for a cup for three whole days. There's a lot

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of detail we don't really have time, but there would remain in the cave. And only at nights would they come out we'll look at all the alarms and Abdullah would visit them with news and Amazon for Hera His servants would bring some goats and they would milk them at night and feed the profits in the love it was on them. And eventually after three nights Abdullah ignore Bates came with the camels and they left the prior to that something well, something very important happened, which is that the brace in their search, they actually reach the mountain and they even reach the mouth of the cave, where abubaker the Allahu Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were

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hiding. And in the cave. One of the incidents that took place is the love of abubaker or the Allahu la

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fell asleep of a walk out of the alarm

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placed his noble head

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in his lap,

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and the holes they had filled with rags and pieces of cloth and other stones.

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But there was one hole which remained open without all the love and blockage with his feet.

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He was busy.

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And when he was bitten, he felt the poison.

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But he did not stir.

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He did not stir, because he did not want to wake up Rasul Allahu alayhi salatu was Salam was noble had was nested in his lap. Imagine a worker of the loved one was a grown man.

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It was a friend.

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But that's that was a relationship between the prophets and the love, send them and his followers.

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Eventually, when the Quraysh some members of the operation, they're hunters, they reach the mouth of the cave, of a worker of the law. Why? Because they were hidden, and the mouth of the cave was higher as head height. And the rocks that lead the rocky parts that sledge that ledge that lead to the cave was at I am head height, sort of looking over your lap and was staring at and he could see the grayish warriors of the brush their

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their feeds and their legs and their sandals, he could see them rolling around searching. But Grace was suspicious and that's why they were searching very closely and

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luckily relates that they actually came and inspected the mouth of the cave. But

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a spider had spun a web

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and this is actually in an authentic narration. So spider has spun a web

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and prior to that a worker of the alarm he sets the profits in the LA hide equals some of them on one occasion he was weeping during the profits of the love it some sets from obika Why do you weep and said era sorta LA. I do not wait for my sake I read because of you. I read for you.

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So on this occasion as well, out of the labyrinth exclaimed yellow sort of law, they are close to capturing as I can see their feet and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was totally calm and said to him, Oh, boubakeur.

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matherne look at this name of law, Sally for Homer. What do you think of two people whose third is a la

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la tasm in the LA Marina, do not grieve for LA is with us.

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And licorice actually closely inspected the mouth of the cave. When they saw that spiderweb they concluded that no one could have entered this cave. And they moved on. Imagine they were bent on killing was sort of last on the line. He was

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the entire history of Islam,

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the change history of the world.

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All that we know about Islam, about the Koran, about the sun, not about religion.

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Everything between that

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and total absence was one web of a spider.

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Imagine

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when they left the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam three nights later on the third night. I'm delighted Northgate came and the four of them left the province of the love it

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and I'm delighted no date the non Muslim guide and tracker and amateur on the forehead of the alarm servant. They traveled, I've explained they passed by the 10th of all matter. But last year this was another miraculous incident on the way to the Hydra. What the Abdullah what they did is that he again took them westwards.

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So they went east they went south and then east towards fold. Now when they came out of Thor, they didn't have North bypassing Mugu again to confuse the underlying dates, took them from the south of Makkah westwards and then back up north along the red sea routes. This was a non us route towards Medina. He was a he was an expert tracker and a guide. And they managed to avoid everybody on route. They pass by the attendance number they had no food just very little food, just milk. They pass by attend. When the pass by attend, there was an old lady, all alone with one

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one animal

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in May ciated.

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prophets of love it was some of them in the companion stopped, and they asked her if she had any food she said now

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They said, Do you have any milk? She said, No.

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So they said, Can that animal produce any milk?

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profits and profits and the love that I'm asked? She said it's too weak to do anything. profits and the lamb I'll even send them said, may I try to milk it. She said, Go ahead.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam summon the animal. And then he himself with his noble hands to call of its others, and prayed over it and began milking. He asked for a container, huge container. Miraculously. In fact, the reason that one animal was still there, that old lady said, that all of our animals have gone to pasture and to graze with my husband. But this animal was too weak to travel. So this is why it's still here. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took that same animal, prayed of its others with its own noble hands, he began milking

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immediately produced milk, you fill the container, gave it to the lady first, she drank to her fill. Then Abdullah had not paid and honorable for Hydra. And then I woke her up the alarm. And then finally, you're sort of last on the last slide, even some of them. And it was only when he drank as it happened on many occasions that the milk disappeared. Then he took them to container again, and he milked a second time, filled it, handed it to them,

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and left it with her. Then as they will leave in

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a la Hawk.

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He's fleeing for his life. He's being hunted by bounty hunters. All he has done is rendered a favor to Omar but the old lady by print miraculously produce milk from milk last animal. But as he was leaving for sort of Luckily, his salatu salam paid her for her milk.

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He paid for the camel ever work out of the alarm, and he pays for the milk on the map.

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And he travels on.

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she embraced when her husband returned, and she told him of the miraculous incident. He said, this is the companion the man of grace that everybody has been speaking on, I have resolved that I will travel to your thread. And I will because they realize that he's traveling to the throne. And I would embrace eventually. And then the famous instance of syrup in America,

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the bounty hunter, we covered it in the treadle study. He said he was a painter, he was actually one of the chieftains of his clan, but he wouldn't budge. And he says, I was seated I was he was a warrior, he achieved them. I was seated with a group of my companions, when some of the towel cries came and said that Mohammed has fled. Anyone who can find Hamlet along with Abu Bakar

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will enjoy the bounty of 100 camels.

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So

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syrup when American magician says that he sent some of his spies and messengers, someone came, and he was seated with a group of people. And they told him that Oh, someone has spotted figures along the Red Sea coast.

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So South African American magician said to that person, no, no, no, they are mistaken. I know who you're talking about. It's actually this group of people. What do you want to do is divert everyone's attention and mislead them, because you wanted the bounty for himself. So he waited for a while. And then he slipped away from the gathering, went home, got his steed and his weapons prepared. And then he rode off in pursuit of the sort of life so that

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he knew the location he approached. We covered in the GAO study. So African American production says that I was intent on capturing the law and claiming the 100 camel bounty. As I approached all of us and I saw them in the distance. All of a sudden, my horse came to a screeching halt, and its legs dug in, its four legs dug into the ground, and

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I fell off.

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I rose. I wonder what happened. It was a pagan. I took out my Islam, my arrows of divination, and these to have arrows, which was like a lottery. Should I do it? Shouldn't I do it? So he ruffle the arrows in the bag? And then took the arrows out, one arrow out and Which one was it? It said, Do not go ahead with it. So it was still it was simply yes or no. The arrow said no. But he was so greedy and intent on the bounty, that he opposed his own divination. And even though the arrow said no, he said, I ignored the arrow, put it back in the back, put it back in the bag, plant my steed lifted it out and traveled onwards. I could see them in distance.

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As I approached, I saw a double backer, and he kept on furtively glancing back at me worried, I came so close that I could actually hear the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam reciting. But he did not even glance back once, a lot of work, but only after working on the alarm was certainly looking back.

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Then as I approach closer again, the four legs of my seed my horse dug into the ground, and it halted. I pulled, I go, did I hit the and I lashed my horse, but it wouldn't move. Eventually, when I pulled the tabs, you will, I had to pull it out with such force from the earth. And the four legs came out with such force that cloud rows of like smoke. And then I pulled out the arrows of divination. And I checked again, and again it said, no, then I realized that there is no way I am able to capture Mohammed Abdullah, and there's something different about this man. So I approached abubaker the alarm around with a signal of peace, and then prophets and the love it turned around, I

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conversed with them. I told the Prophet some of the law, it was some of everything

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of what he was up to. Eventually, that it's a long story. I've only been very brief. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him, You may go, he didn't request anything from him just one thing does not inform anyone about us. So a couple nomadic magician agreed that I will not inform anyone about you. But he said, Give me something that I can have for security from you. prophets. Allah love it some instructable Bukhara Lila one. And he had a note, written for Soraka nomadic of magician and sought out of American education held on to that note, for many years, until

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the prophets of the law are equal, seldom performed angora from jarana in the eighth year of hedra, after the conquest of Makkah, and at jarana sericata nomadic magician came, and until then he was still known as a pagan of the parish. And when he came, others tried to block him. And he produced that guarantee from the sort of laughs and the law legal some of them and sought after medical injection was granted permission. He came, and there he embraced Islam in front of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, I showed him the guarantee, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me that after the monocle magician, but also after

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he gave him the glad tidings that you will one day where

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the gold jewelry and the rings and the bangles of Cosmo, the emperor of Persia, and in those days, they were apparently it was a superpower,

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a superpower not just militarily, but cultural, of language of culture. So sarcopenia Medical rejection said you had a sort of gift Allah. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yes, many years later, when the Persian Empire was

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brought down.

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And the treasures of cassava flour were captured, and they were sent back to season or the season or the Allahu actually took hold of the jewelry and the bangles. And he's some sort of automatic objection, and called him and then he made him wear the jewelry as a fulfillment of the prophecy of sort of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then he sent criers with him on the streets of Medina, to say, All Praise be to that Allah, Who removed the bangles from

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the emperor of Persia, and gave them to wear to a better version of burn wood lodge

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as a fulfillment of the prophecy with a sort of La sallallahu sallam, I mentioned that because who would have thought so many years later, and yet calm Li the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gives us guarantee set up the magical magician. In any case, the journey continues until the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrives in Medina, he first enters the city or the oasis of Medina through the settlement of Uber there who remains for a few days it was well received. And they established the first machine that must have the Uber and then eventually they moved on from Uber towards the center of the city as we know it today. passing by. He left Uber on July and then he

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prayed the first jamara in another part of the Oasis and settlement. And then from there, they moved on to the center of the city we took a residence and where we now have the machine now

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So, I said there were two verses. Remember the cave, Allah subhanho wa Taala many years later, many, many years later in Medina, Allah revealed a verse of slaughter Toba and the verse was in Latin so forgiveness or Allah is the vena cava rosani His name is Hamas LA, Casa de la, de la Marina de la Sakina Sahaja Yoga which,

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which Allah kennametal the vena cava Sofia waka limited La Jolla, la Aziz and Hakeem, Allah says, if you will not assisted addressing the people of Medina and why the advanced time, if you will not assist him, then Indeed Allah has already assisted him when those who disbelieved expelled him.

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When 30th name he was a second of the two in the cave,

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when

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he was saying to his companion law that hasn't Do not grieve in the law hermana indeed allies with us, so Allah

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let down on his messenger on him his tranquility and assisted him with hosts on armies that you could not see

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what you're allocating within Medina comfortable sofa and he lowered and made base the word of the disbelievers what Kalamata la Hilaria, and the word of Allah. It's a super easy, and light is all mighty, all wise, that verse was revealed much later. But it speaks beautifully about that one critical moment in the history of Islam and the history of the world.

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When

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so much hung in find balance, so much was predicated on that one cave. But Allah says to them, Allah works in miraculous ways. But these were two main verses of the holy book that dealt with the hidrive Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a lot more can be said, Now I'll just end with one or two main things, which is this, this was some detail about the actual hitch app. Why is it so significant? Why was it Okay, certain miraculous things took place, but in the grand picture overall, why was it such a watershed? It was a sacred journey. Why was it to watch? Why was it a point of change? The reason is, look at the history.

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Look at the whole history of Islam, till the time the prophets and the love it was on the left.

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And then once he arrived in Medina, everything changed. Islam as we know it today. In reality began in Medina, what I mean is

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Salah, with congregation, prayers and congregation, the masjid that other than the community, the

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southern

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xhaka in this general way, of course, some of these things existed before, but the, the Islam that we know that we understand that we see that the world knows and sees in reality that did not begin till after the hedgerow. The laws and the teachings mainly did not begin till after the Hydra. That was a watershed, the history of the world change with the single journey of a sort of law, some of the law it was something from Makkah. to Medina, it means so much. And prior to that, as a last as they were plotting to imprison you or to kill you, and what happened after that grace, relentlessly proceed. They did not give up

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in the second year of hedger, the Battle of better even Medina was hostile sections of Medina are hostile. In the third year of Hydra, the Battle of offered in the fifth year of Hydra,

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the campaign or the Battle of the trench, barely five years after the Hydra, the sword luckily his Salatu was Salam turns around after the campaign of the trench and says, From this day onwards, never will make a march against us, or we shall march against them.

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And indeed, that's what happened. I've been through this in detail in the sixth hijra, even travel to do era, they refused entry, seventh year of hijra.

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Many things happened eighth year of hijra. Remember just before the Congress and look at Makkah, Abu Sufyan on Quraysh came begging for a sort of last alarm, it was in them to ratify the treaty, and not to consider it invalid and void because of the transgressions of one of the allies of the race. And then in the ATL hedger barely eight years, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never for a moment doubted his mission will learn from narrations that when he

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was traveling on routes the hedger to Medina.

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He passed by the place of Jaffa, which we've covered in Qatar, which runs parallel to

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the Red Sea. And the coast, the Red Sea coast, it runs parallel, very close. And today Java doesn't exist, but it's very close to the modern to modern day town of rabbit. And we've covered Jeff in detail and double hedge. But when he was at Java, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turned around and longingly looked in the direction of muckety muck, aroma, course was very far away, couldn't be seen, but it looks in the direction, longing for muckety muck

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and praying to Allah, on his way to Medina, as part of the Hydra. Allah revealed a verse of sort of little causes to him on that occasion. And the verse is immensely powerful. Allah said to him, in the liver, you follow that illegal Khurana law, tequila Mirage, indeed, that's la who has given you the Quran, he will most assuredly return you to the abode of return, meaning muckety muck.

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He is fleeing for his life. And yet Allah is telling him, Allah will most assuredly return. And that's exactly what happened. Eight years later, what happened? Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam marched into Makkah as a conqueror, but as a humble servants of Allah, Makkah embraced, the tribes embrace, the whole of Arabia embraced. Two years later, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had departed from this from this world, but abubaker the Allah and took on the mantle of leadership, then following him, see them above the law, and that one hedger that one journey changed, not only the history of the Muslims, if it wasn't for that Hitler, we wouldn't be seated here discussing

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Allah and His messenger and

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Makkah would wouldn't be what it is.

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Today, we see images of millions of people converging on the city of Mecca.

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Sometimes I like to think and imagine the garba

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and the modaf

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and the precincts of Michigan Huron, as it was, during the life of a sort of loss of the law, I'd even send them in

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there the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is performing the laugh. Once chieftains of the grace are jeering at him, cheering taunting him. There, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fell down into frustration. And one of the most evil ones are the arratia rose and brought the afterbirth and the amniotic sac of a she camel that had just given birth, and dumped it on the novel back of a sort of La sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have such heavy weight that he could not arise from his sajida family model the Allahu anhu the little girl comes running out and shifts the amniotic sac from his back and abuses the chieftains of the operation. For having witnessed this spectacle of the Quraysh

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taunting and inconvenience and troubling and hurting of noble father in this way.

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Look at them above and imagine Abdullayev in a school there'll be a lot of reciting sort of the art scene, and the chieftains of the brush, along with their urchins and their vagabonds piling on top of delight, and all that all the time and beating him senseless.

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Those were the scenes before the hitch

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and after the hedger today,

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millions converge on that same place. What a transformation. What a change.

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Before he couldn't do such

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now, there is no there is no childhood. There is no Salah, without the name of a sort of laughs Allah, Allah himself from what I found. I look at the clock, and we have elevated your mention. God rallied around us the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are all prophets of Allah. Do you know what Allah means? When you say is in sort of, but I'm not sure we have activated your mention. He said no gibreel Allah His Salam said, Allah has undertaken that never will his name be mentioned, except that your name will be mentioned in conjunction with his in a van insula

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at the birth of a child

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at the funeral prayer of the deceased

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and throughout life, when a Muslim is born, and a Muslim dies when a Muslim marries and a Muslim does when he prays throughout the name of Allah in the name of a soul, so love it. But none of that would have been possible without the hitch and this is why during the offseason

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Above the Allah one, he gathered the noble companions, the chief ones amongst them, and he discussed with them. Eventually they collectively agreed, and he passed the decree that the calculation of the cabinet the tabulation of the cabinet, and all records of

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the Islamic empire would be according to the lunar calendar, of course, because that already existed. Well, when should they mark the beginning? What should they set as a standard, and under the leadership of Satan or the law firm, they collectively agreed that this would be from the moment of hitch. But interestingly, the Hydra actually took place. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam arrived in the month of April when he arrived in Medina in the month of April, oh, well, so the third month of Islamic calendar. But the calendar of hedger isn't fixed to start at the time of the Prophet sallallahu since arrival, but rather, when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived,

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that was the month of April. And prior to that was the second month of suffering. And prior to that was the first month of Haram. So say that I'm going to the law, fix that first month of Muharram as the beginning of the Islamic calendar, so approximately two months in three to 10 days before approximately, before the actual arrival of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam in Medina, anyway, that is the origin of the Islamic calendar. And we are now in the 10th day of the first month of the 1400 and 34th year of the prophets in the lab, it was hijra, a lot more can be said. But indeed, this was a miraculous journey. And it was a watershed, not only for the history of the Muslims, and

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the history of the Arabs, not only for the history of the Arabian Peninsula, but in reality for the history of the whole world.

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I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enabled us to understand the significance of the hinterland. May Allah make us amongst those who learn who appreciates and who benefits from the lessons of the hedger and may in fact, the prophets of the law it was so great, that after the conquest of Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, there is no hedger after this now hingeless about

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so you're gonna have to lock in our bus of the alarm and my roommates had Ethan's recorded by Muslim in

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the province of the law, it Christendom said, law hinted at the back and forth, there is no hedger. There is no immigration after the conquest of Mecca.

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And

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I remind us of that first video, which I mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, and he did quote by mahadi any man Muslim in this he had to live in the US, but the alarm on that Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, a Muslim woman sent him a sunny where the the Muslim is he from his tongue and hand the other Muslims are safe. When Mahajan, Rahman hajat, Amanda lavon, and Mahajan, the real emigrant is one who shuns what Allah has for

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our hedra is now mean that his know his rough, a mud gutter muddy

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that Hendra has ended after the conquest.

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But our hitch can be in many ways, and one of the ways that our Hitchcock is, is to abandon and shun what a lost with it, we have lost ground water, Allah enabled us to understand what sort of the local cinema and after he would have sold in the Vietnam humid. While he was in panic a lot more

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in

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