Makkah & the Family of the Prophet Ibrahim AS Part 2

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The main topics of this second lesson is the total obedience of Sayyiduna Ibrahim AS to the Commands of Allah. The trust of his wife Sayyidtuna Hajar RA an example to all mankind and Allah has commemorated her eternally through the act of running between Safa and Marwa.


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The Prophetiter's history is discussed, including his actions as the Prophet and his wife, as well as his actions as a step-forward in Islam. The sash, a dress that is tied around the waist, is not a belt, but rather a clunker. The importance of showing the fruit of one's effort and the importance of showing the fruit of others' efforts is emphasized. The segment also touches on the history of Islam, including the rise of Islam in the West and the rise of Islam in the East, as well as the importance of praying and running in the Islam faith.

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respect to listeners.

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We continue with the commentary of

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a very long,

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Harley about the family of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam and their

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and eventual settlement there.

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Last week, I started the headies. But most of the lesson was taken up with an introduction

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about the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam and his family and some of the events leading up to this.

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I was mentioning about the

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journey of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam to Egypt with his wife sada there'll be a lot more in her was actually his first cousin.

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they were still a childless couple.

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She was a very beautiful woman and in Egypt. At that time, the Pharaoh was a tyrant and very corrupts of character.

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Ibrahim alayhis salam feared for his own safety and for that of his wife.

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And so he told her that if you're, if you are summoned,

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then don't tell them that you're my wife rather told me or my sister I've explained the details and the reason last week.

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She wants them and he eventually

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it was a great trial for both the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam and his wife because they were separated. She was summoned and brought to the Royal Court. He had even intentions, but she remained engaged in salah and in prayer, the prayer that was their customer at the time. And the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam at a distance also remained engaged in prayer. So both husband and wife at a distance from each other, for their own protection continued with prayer and patience and Allah subhanho wa Taala through their prayers and their their Allah delivered her from safety and a lot also ensure the safety of the prophets.

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I explained the whole story in detail so you can't repeat myself but

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and indeed doesn't last panel with Anna season that was the enormous somebody was in a lot of slavery in that seek aid through prayer and patience. Verily, Allah is with those who are patient.

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The tyrant King

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gave Salah or the alarm rang her a handmaiden, a maid, and she was actually from the royal household herself her job.

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She was actually a royal family member. So she gave he gave her as a handmaiden to sada. But the alarm rang her and when she came to,

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she informed him of what had happened and then the family departed from Egypt and return to Ghana.

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Although Salah, Ebrahim had been promised a chai,

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and the glad tidings had been given to Sarah. It'll be a law as well, much, much later. Still, many years passed and she remained channel that she was barren. So eventually she herself

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offered to Ibrahim alayhis salaam that he should take her handmade and her job of the alarm on her as his wife in the hope that alarming blessing with children through her.

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Ibrahim alayhis salaam did so, and again, upon the command of Allah hajer the alarm rang, did conceive. And

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as soon as she conceived, problems arose between the between sada

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and he will sit down, and there was great tension and conflict in the household.

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A lot happened eventually.

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Law has the origin in the 86 according to ATF, and according to another generation, eight, six years of his life, Allah blessed the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam with his first son, who was named dismay.

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It's a great lesson in there.

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See them a Brahim alayhis salam, as I mentioned last week, why does he hold such an important position in Islamic scripture and in the life of any Muslim?

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One of the greatest reasons is that he sets an example. And he was the supreme precedent for the Muslims in Islam in submission.

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Last Days of him with a better Ibrahim or ball because imagine for a moment

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all the images

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and when

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was tested by his law,

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with a number of tests

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for the mom.

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So he fulfilled IE he passed off.

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So in response, a law told him in the jail or getting nasty your mama I will make you an Imam and a leader of mankind.

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And that's how he did become a lead. He is regarded as the patriarch of the Abrahamic religions first and the grand patriarch is regarded as the father of the monotheistic religions. And that's universally but within Islam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ahmed Ibrahim alayhis salaam in many ways, last panel more than an honor the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam in many ways, and in fact, speaking of his appearance, once Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam was addressing this habit of the lava lamp.

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he was explaining who resembled the prophets today who said so the Prophet Musa, the Prophet Isa even Jabri.

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So the companions asked him all prophets of Allah, Who amongst us best resembles Ibrahim alayhis salaam, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, your companion, meaning himself. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of all the people resembled the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam more than anyone else in appearance

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in complexion features,

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and after all, he was his children. Ibrahim alayhis. Salam was his great grandfather, his great ancestor, and the prophets coming from the law, it was seldom itself was a result of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam, O Allah, and his prayer. So Ibrahim alayhis salam, his whole life was one of sacrificing submission and patience. And this shows even in his prayer for children, and Allah blessing him with children at such an advanced stage.

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And absolutely he he married at a very, very early date.

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In fact, he married he married in all before he left it off. And ancient it before he left, ancient Mesopotamia. So that was in his earliest days.

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And he traveled from Iraq to her arm.

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And from her arm to

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heroin is actually in modern day Turkey. So from Iraq to Turkey, from Turkey, to Philistine from Philistine to Egypt, and in each place he spent quite a bit of time.

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And for not just a few years, but for decades, for scores of years. The Prophet Ibrahim and his wife and Ethan was Salaam prayed to Allah for a child and he was a prophet of Allah.

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And Allah did not give him a lot did not bless him with a child. A lot did not answer his prayer, as far as the

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manifestation of the acceptance of the prayers concerned.

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And yet, Ibrahim alayhis salaam continue to pray and supplicate to Allah with patience, without ever becoming frustrated, hopeless without ever despairing until the 86th year of his life.

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And then last panelboard, Allah blessed him with a child,

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only for him, then

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to tell him that take your child and the mother and travel with them.

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Every father would want to spend time with his children and with his firstborn. For him, he has waited scores of years, not just decades with scores of years.

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And not long after birth, last hand, more data tells them take your child infant child,

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away from the land of Philistine

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away from settled in habitation away from greenery, and water and abundance, into the barren valley of Mecca, see them

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immediately submitted to the commander in law, and he took

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on one or her job, and his infant child is my eternal servant to Makkah. And also, prior to this, like I said, there was great tension and conflict between sada and hajat.

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And this is where the head is begins. So that's the background and let's begin the head he

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related to herbs that Mariner will informed us from a Ubisoft the army and from Cathedral Cathedral Cathedral in Berlin even further

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each of them adding more than the other all that simply means I did say I'd explain later all that means is that

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one of them raters above

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he, he relates to these from two of his teachers

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from a Ubisoft Deanne and Cathedral Cathedral.

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And both of them had details which the other didn't. So the full had essentially a con a combined narration from two teachers. Both of them relate to him so he doesn't have to be who relates from

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I'm delighted my boss

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who said,

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Oh, what am I better than Nyssa or Minda mean, Miss Mary.

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The first that women adopted the practice of the sash was from the mother of his smile.

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The province of the law it was sent them

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here I'm delighted my bus of the Allahumma doesn't say that I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, or the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, he just begins the narrative himself. rather he just begins by saying a woman.

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However, we have a rule that

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the law

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would not

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relate to such details

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unless they are from a sort of law, some of the law highly.

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Furthermore, he himself says later, in the Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, so undoubtedly, although it's not explicitly mentioned here. These details are coming from not from Abdullah in our bus of the love line, but rather from the sort of some of the love it was some of them and that's why they are included as in the collection of it.

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Ma'am Mojave.

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So, a woman doesn't necessarily mean deliberately Miss Mary. The first that women adopted women first adopted the practice of the sash.

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From the mother obviously, the sash is the belt or a cloth worn in a particular manner around the waist.

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And it normally has two ends trailing, either in front or to the side, or sometimes to the bank.

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Sometimes time ago I explained in the commentary

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that the sash the word sash actually comes from Arabic. So, it's an English word,

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but the original word comes from Arabic sash, and traditionally used to refer to not the sash itself but used to refer to the Imam,

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a turban

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and when it was imported into the European languages,

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the since the wearing of the turban is not really accustomed in Europe. But when this word was important European languages it began to be used for that a moment but tied around the waist, because how is an a mama the turban tied invariably in all of the Hardys, you find that the in, in the narrations in the Hardys and the accounts of the Arab scholars and all a man in general from Arab culture and custom. The MoMA was a turban tied around the head with two trailing

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that's exactly how the sash began to be on in Europe. So it's fastened around the waist, but it's got two trailing ends. So it's actually an a mama a turban worn around the waist, and in English is called sash which is a European word originally imported from Arabic and immense the mama not the not the belt, or a cloth tied around the waist as a sash. So, Minda is the word in Arabic, which means and there are others as well, in the dark, as I explained in the hadith of hijab,

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because a smile The Allahu anhu, the eldest sister on a shadow of the alarm rang her, one of her labels and nicknames was about

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the lady of the two sashes, because that's exactly what she did. She took from her sash, ripped off a piece of the cloth, and she tied one of the bags for sort of laughs alarm illegal to them and her father, and then another one with, again, a piece of sash. So she was known as that pain. That's when I explained it. So

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nipah or mentok.

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Both of them refer to the belt or the sash around the waist worn by women. So here it says that the first

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women first adopted the practice of the sash and the wearing of this cloth belt around the waist, from the mother of his smile. He

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and who was the mother of his Mary and her job, while the alarm rang her the wife of the Prophet Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam. And the question here is that, surely, does this mean that the custom or the practice of tying a belt or sash or a cloth around the waist was trading and

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that was never adopted anywhere else by anyone except from the time of

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his mouth, he left his sedan and his mother harder? No, because from another narration, the wording is much more clear. This is a general wording. And in another narration, the wording is much more specific, and it says the Arabs, so Arab women first adopted the practice of the sash. And remember, it doesn't mean any belt it means a belt with a trailing end or a clamp with a trailing and the sash. So women for women, meaning Arab women first adopted the wearing of the sash from the mother of Israel.

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And when did she do it? The Hadees mentions that it doesn't mean

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the tone of fear

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she wore, she took the sash

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or she made

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The sash in order to conceal her traces from Salah.

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because of that conflict and tension between the two wives of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam when she conceived, even though she was the one who had presented her to the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam when she conceived.

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Tension arose between the two, as a result of which Salah threatened to harm harder

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and harder.

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Out of fear of Salah she fled, and when she fled from the settlement, in order to conceal her traces, she wore the sash and drag the end behind her in order to conceal her footsteps and her traces so that sada would not be able to follow her. That's the meaning of the heading. It doesn't mean Wi Fi, I thought of Hannah Sarah, she adopted the sash in order to conceal her traces from Salah. Then after that, what happened through magetta behat. Ibrahim

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is smarter either way, he

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then Ibrahim alayhis salam brought her and her son is smart, he will he had thought of it all, while she was still suckling him

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in the light ingleby until he placed

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by the house ie the house of Allah in the dough Hatton followed

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by a large tree, a very large tree,

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the parallel machine, in the upper part of the machine, in the upper part of the machine.

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While he said we must get the yoma in, and there was no one at that time.

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And before I continue the meaning of the heavies that he placed them

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by a large tree. That's true, he placed them under a large tree, but it stays here

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by the House of Allah

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over the well of Zamzam

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in the upper part of Mk.

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I'm delighted number so the alarm is relating this heavy.

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This is how the people understood it because they could reference it. However, it doesn't mean that any of these features apart from the tree were in existence at the time of Ibrahim alayhis salam. Obviously there was no well of Zamzam there, there was no house of Allah that there was no garbage and Makkah was not known.

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But the large there was a large tree and he placed them under the large tree. Were in the exact location where today that is the well of isms, right by the well of isms, close to the house of Allah as it stands today.

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Now in sha Allah later on in the Hadees, I will be explaining the history of the gamba one and also explain a bit more about the history of Zamzam and the virtues.

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But this is the meaning. So he placed them by the house which wasn't in existence at near under a very large tree

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over the well of Zamzam

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in the upper part of Mecca, in the upper part of the machine. Well it used to be MK at the Yama even

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and there wasn't anyone in Makkah

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at that time

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well nice to be hammered. And neither was there any water

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in Makkah for that on Alex so he placed both of them that are that are in the Hummer giralda v Tama and he placed by them

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a leather bag

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in which there were days

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was too far and fee man and the water skin in which there was water

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from afar Ibrahim on one day, then Ibrahim alayhis salaam

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turned back,

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walking away

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panela What that means is the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam took her job or the alarm rang her and his son is smart, he and he was still an infant Chai

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took them all the way from canal and Philistine to muckety muck across the desert. And they're in the barren valley of Makkah, where there was not a blade of grass

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No vegetation, not a drop of water, no bird in the air, no insect or animal on the land that was visible.

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Ibrahim no sign of life in the baking heat of mccurtain mokara. The Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam left and settled his wife and his son.

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And all he left with them as provisions was a bag of dates and a water filled with water. And having done so, fulfilling the command of Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna to the letter, Ibrahim alayhis salaam turned around and left.

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This is why our last panel with Allah has honored

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the ultimate sacrifice

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for the br two.

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So the mother of his marine alayhis salaam

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pursued him for garland?

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And she said, Yeah, Ibrahim Ibrahim in the desert.

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Where do you go? What the terracotta we heard the word.

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And you once leading us in this valley, and Lily Lisa v. Hinson. What are she wearing? There is no HeMan or anything

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he didn't answer.

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So she said this to him a few times. And we learn from another generation that she said it three times. Oh, Ibrahim, where are you going and leaving us in this valley? wherein there is no one on earth? He didn't reply. She repeated it. He didn't reply. She repeated it for the third time. And only then did he reply.

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So, the narration says for pilot levels, early camera. So she said this to him a few times, which ad allow you to LA

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and he would not even turn around.

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Not not just refuse to answer her. But he would not even look at

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for Ireland. Why

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have the alarm rang when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded them to do something

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even though they didn't have too

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many of them would act on the command of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam to the letter.

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An example

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one of this habit of the alarm.

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He requested something.

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He asked for something. He asked for wealth and health. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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gave him and told him Don't repeat this.

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I don't ask anyone for anything.

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The meaning was Don't beg.

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don't extend your hand in asking for wealth, or aid and assistance, military aid.

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That's how we have the alarm and because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said them to him for the rest of his life. He wouldn't ask anyone for anything, not just wealth, not just not even favors. But even for the simplest of things to the extent that if he was riding, and his riding crop fell from his hand,

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it's difficult for a person to dismount for a camp from a camel or a horse and dismount and pick up the rod or the crop and mounts the animal again. But because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam normally the practices, in fact we do it. We someone who bends faster than the other, they normally pick up something and give it to someone and the person.

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Before they can bend an incline and pick up something retrieve it, someone else has done it for them. And sometimes we even save someone can you pick that up for me? Even though we are standing on the ground and so are they maybe they are closer or already more inclined to the ground. But when people are riding rarely to people dismount and pick something up and then climb back on the horse again. But this habit of the alarm I'm because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said do not ask anyone. He meant Don't beg of anyone. But they acted on the words of the messengers of the law, it will send them faithfully to the lesser, though they were under no obligation to do so. So this

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is a hobby when he used to ride and his riding crop fell from his hand, even though people were passing by and many would have

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rush to fulfill his wish, since he was a companion and a mess, a companion of the sort of law, some of the law highly some of them now, he would refuse to do so he would dismount, pick up the crop, and with great trouble even in old age, clan, the horse again. And his explanation would be that ever since the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Do not ask anyone for anything I refuse to ask anyone for.

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So this is just one example, if the companions acted on the letter, of the instruction of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, out of their love and devotion to him, and their submission to his command, and what can be said of the messengers and the prophets of Allah, in acting upon the command of

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the lead. And that's exactly what he brought him in. He was doing

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no wavering.

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No reservation.

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What the Fifth Amendment

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as a last sentence,

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describing those who given charity

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with the beat the minimum force with

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firmness of their soul. What does that mean? It means that they give in the way of a law and they give in such a way that no matter sometimes we give even in charity, buyer's remorse. So they don't suffer from buyer's remorse from this charity. They don't suffer from donors remorse. So someone gives them the way of a lot and then later feels should I have given it should I have given less did I do the right thing should I have given so much but now, they give in such a way that the left hand does not know what the right hand

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they give it with conviction and with firmness of their souls? Never any wavering? Never any reservation? Never any doubts, never any remorse, no donors remorse. So this is the way that MBR Lincoln was set up more than anyone else acted on the commandment of Allah subhanho wa Taala. I'm not saying this is for us. I'm just explaining why and how Ibrahim alayhis salam did what he did. So for Jana, Jana al definitely lay her. His own wife is pleading with him. And yet he does not even turn around to her and he would not turn around to her for guidance. She then said to him, Lovelady America, Bihar the three times she pleaded with him, he didn't reply, he didn't even turn around.

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Then, on the fourth occasion, she finally said, lovely America, the Heather, is it's Allah who has commanded you to do this.

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He said, Yes. And you wonder, who commanded you to do this? So he said, Allah, Allah, her reply, Pamela.

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It wasn't just the sacrifice and the conviction and the faith of the Prophet Ibrahim.

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It was also the sacrifice and the submission, and the faith of the whole family, including

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her reply.

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Even though you have the urina, then he shall never allow us to perish.

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Then she turned around herself and returned to his

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or she returned, maybe with this made

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fun of Libra. So Ebrahim already has to continue continued that either Ghana in the finia until when he was by the paths, the meaning of the past is

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on the edge of the valley of Mecca, there's a mountain pass, and that's actually where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to enter from. So Ibrahim alayhis salam, when he reached the edge of the valley, by the mountain pass, as it is now, as it was then, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, until when he was by the mountain paths, hate the law, Your Honor,

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such that they could not see meaning harder and is more easily hidden ceram could not see him. So he deliberately continued traveling, not walking, but riding until he reached the end of the valley.

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And then when he was assured, that they could not see him, then he turned around.

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And having turned around is going to be which he will be. He faced the house of Allah at that spot where the house of Allah would become from Medallia be hurt without even getting mad and he prayed to Allah is supplicated the following words and prayers, what are they and he raised his hands for our

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Then he said, when he read the well he made the doctor which allow quotes in the aura

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robina in Rio de la these are in debate

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for banner up in sala

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de minimis, that we enable him what minute allotted

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until he reached the edge of the valley by the mountain pass, such that they could not see. Then he turned, facing the guy, the house of Allah, and then raising his hands, he supplicated to Allah with the following words. And then we have the verse of the court

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which I've just recited.

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Oh, our law.

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I have settled of my family,

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members of my family,

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in a valley

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without any vegetation, without any cultivation,

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by your sacred house.

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Pamela? Why did Ibrahim alayhis salam do this? He did.

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He made his infant child.

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He made his wife to hitch he split up his family.

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By the commandment of Allah, He led his wife and child away and settle them

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in a remote location, far away from his normal residence, where he would not be able to see them regularly, as much as he would want.

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While he himself mentions why the reason is there

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have been earlier teams on

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our load, so that they may establish

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this whole journey. This whole sacrificing submission

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was, for the sake of religion was for the sake of summer. He did all of this so that they could establish some

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as a result, he said, Oh, my Lord, that the minimum mass that we lay

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our Lord cause the hearts of people

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to flutter towards them in love and in inclination.

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What does that mean?

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and bless them with fruit.

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provide for the fruit of fruits grew in the hope that they may be grateful.

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There's so many lessons to be learned from just this one. And Abraham and his cinnamon one verse of the holy

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Ibrahim alayhis salaam did all of this for the sake of being for the sake of

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one lesson for us to learn and to draw from here is

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as I explained in the first talk after Ramadan

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we all have to make sacrifices.

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Life is not easy.

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Life is not Gemma on Earth. Life is difficult. Last season the poor Anya you're in San in Nicaragua, in Arabic adhan formula.

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Oh man.

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You will toil a toiling towards your Lord, then you shall need

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life is a struggle.

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From bear.

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We we are born not miraculously Of course birth is a miracle in itself but we are born in struggle.

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in pain.

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The baby answers the world in pain the mother delivers the baby in pain. man leaves the world in pain.

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We have all entered the world in pain we shall leave the world in pain.

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And in between these pains, there is a lot of other pain.

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It's a struggle.

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A lot of things without a kabuna

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you should mount I usually ascend you should climb grade after grade meaning. Life is a struggle you will climb and struggle and camber from one thing to the other, to the other to the next to the next until we expire our life and move on to our last panel.

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Life is a struggle

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We all have to make sacrifices and we do it. We go hungry, we go thirsty, we sacrifice our food, our drink, our rest, our sleep, our leisure, our pleasure. We sacrifice wealth, we spend wealth, we sacrifice our time. We even make sacrifices as far as the family is concerned.

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People regularly maybe not us so much in this country, but others, people regularly leave behind their wives and their children. And they travel to other countries for work,

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sometimes for a meager pay.

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And they departs for six months, a year, two years, and that's quite common.

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So we even make all of these sacrifices, but we only do so for the sake of dunya not being

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and the lesson of religion. The lesson in all of this is that why not make your sacrifice for something worthwhile?

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In the como, una una Kamata, Mina, la,

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la SES, universal, of course, it's different context, but the lesson is the same, that if you are suffering,

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in fact, if you are in pain,

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then verily they are also in pain.

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Just as you are in pain and suffering, but you help for that from a law which they do not hope for.

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There's a difference.

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So say that I Ebrahim alayhis salam made the sacrifice for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala for the sake of establishing Salah.

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The other thing in this verse for jail, that the minimum Nassif that we in a

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he prayed that all law cause the hearts

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of the people to flutter towards them in loving an inclination and without doubt.

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the city of Makkah has such

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a large town hall with the ad essays of manga mythos

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that Allah has made the house of Allah and the vicinity of Mecca methodic for the people, and the meaning of mythos is

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the meaning of mythos is a place of often return, ie when a person goes to Mecca, and they come back, they leave their hearts behind.

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They want to go back, and people go again in the game to Makkah, never tiring of that.

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That's the meaning of mythos.

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And that's, again, an answer to the prayer that you were on Himalaya Salaam. With our last panel, more data has caused the hearts on

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believers all over the world, to flutter to McGann the people in love and inclination. And the third thing,

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he said, provide for them, of fruits, loving your school, in the hope that they may be grateful.

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Imagine when Ibrahim alayhis salaam was making this though, there was not a drop of water, not a blade of grass, or a single piece of fruit, properties or vegetation, nothing and he's praying to Allah that Allah

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feed them, provide them sustain them with fruits in the hope that they may be grateful. In answer of the duality Rahim alayhis salaam, why did Allah Subhana Allah accept as

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a light accepted is

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because of his sacrifice and his submission? And his faith in Allah? And how is that they're accepted and fulfilled? Allahu Akbar, maka maka, Rama has always been a miracle in every sense of the word.

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And one wonders how people ended up residing there.

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Not too far from Makkah, about 40 miles from Macau.

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You have you have barf,

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and 40 miles. In fact, if you look at the map, there's almost I'm not saying it's as exact but there's almost a straight line from Judah to mageia to bife. There's runs diagonally. So you have McGahan, the center to the north, west West, you have the port city agenda. And to the north east east, you have the city of bife.

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Now, Judah is a coastal town, just 40 miles

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40 miles that in that direction is good there. 40 miles in this direction is life. People could have been people did reside in Jeddah.

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port city you have the ocean, you have

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all the facilities of the seashore, and life there.

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And in the city of bife, 40 miles to Southeast east, you have the city of buy, which is high up in the mountains or not in the mountains, but in a hilly region there because of the hilly, mountainous region, there's a lot of rainfall. And the areas are lush and green. In fact, at times, the temperature never rises above 2526. And in fact, it's so beautiful and lush. And He always was even in those days that you have orchards. You have dairy animals, you have dairy produce in the heat of that region. But life is so cool. You have

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And it's a perfect Mediterranean like climate.

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And it's surprising that in between these two areas, the beautiful region of bhyve where there's lots of vegetation, lots of produce fruits, orchards, good rainfall, cool climates, moderate climate, and you have the coastal city of Judah, writing between in a barren valley of Makkah, you have this huge bustling city. Why did people take up residence that live there anyway? Why do they choose to live?

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So Mark has always been a miracle. Nothing grows there. Nothing ever used to grow there. And not just now with modern facilities, but even many, many centuries before things would have to be transported on Camelback and encouraged all across the Arabia. But in muckety muck

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they would find foods from all over the world in every season.

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And this is an answer to the our offseason it

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is true now. It was true then it was true at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi Salaam and the last panel with Allah mentions that in the forum, speaking about the range, Allah says, I want to know McCullum Herman Amina huge bear in a thermadata cliche It was a melodrama

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that how have we not

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given them place given them a place

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in the in the sanctuary of a law which is secure, to which

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fruits of all things are dragged to them

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as a gift from us,

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in sort of,

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grayish, grayish, elaphiti militia, it was like for the amadora

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let them worship the Lord of this house. This is a direct command to the brush the pagans. Allah reminds them of his favours to them. What does he say? Allah, the AMA, whom in June? What am Ana human health he that Allah who fed them and delivered them from hunger and delivered them from fear and gave them security in another verse weatherable law method and

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I'm in at the moment in nothing yet.

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Another the main column aka Allah strikes the parable of a city,

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which was secure and content yet he had and he's speaking about Makoto Makana, yet he has Harris cuchara, the min Colima can its systems, its provisions come to the city comfortably from all places. That's true. That was true of Makkah in the sixth century, in the 17th century. And it's true of Makkah today, and all of this is the answer to the offseason.

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hit says that he then prayed to Allah and this is that he made our Lord or indeed I have settled of my family,

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members of my family in a valley,

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void of vegetation, any vegetation,

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close to your sacred house, Oh our Lord so that they may establish Salah

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therefore, cause the hearts of the people to flutter to them in Lebanon inclination and provide for them

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off routes in the hope that they may be grateful.

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What then happened Ibrahim alayhis salaam departed from Morocco and headed back to command leaving only on a harder road the law I'm here with her infant son in the bound value of all allow

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such trust such faith

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with Janet you

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Mary and the mother of Mary began, breastfeeding suckling is Mary, what this gentleman delicate man, and she would continue to drink from that water meaning in the water skip.

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The math is too far, until when the water that was in the water skin expired. After she became thirsty, watershed know her and her son became thirsty. which Allah

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which Allah Thunder LA, and she began looking at him as her own infant child, yet the lower twist or earlier than a bud or he said, this is the narrator's unsure which of the two words were used, yet the low one she saw him twisting on or he said yet the love but are falling,

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meaning on the ground, so twisting or falling on the ground, out of thirst and in pain, from delicate so she walked away from her son, why, gotta hear that and thunder and thunder LA.

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Being unable to look at him in the state. So she actually walked away from her son graha and tundra LA. Out of dislike of seeing him in this condition.

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For agenda to suffer, a crowbar Javelin fell out of the area, so she found the hillock of suffer

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the closest

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on the lam to her farmer, Elaine, so she climbed up, it stood on it thermostability worthy, and she turned facing the valley

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searching, looking healthy, Heather, can she see anyone for them.

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But she know that she did not see anyone for her, but that means suffer. So she descended from the hillock of suffer. Obviously at the time, this was just a hill, which later came to be identified as suffer.

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had that either beloved than worthy. And it's mentioned in another generation that when she descended from the hill of suffer, she was praying and pleading to a large panel who would have been worthy or fair had been offered her until when she reached the valley below. She raised the corner of her gown, or she raised the edge of her gown. Why, so that

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she would not trip while it's running because she was running. In her desperation, search for water, she was actually running for massage. Then she ran insane in

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the running of an over exerted purse. So she ran like a desperate person, desperately looking for something she raised. She had her job was still worthy until she crossed the valley from the model. She then came to the hillicon model for armored la Has she climbed up and stood on it. One of the holes that I had her and she looked, Could she see anyone film Tara had a she did not see anyone. Fallon Danica Murat. So she did this seven times out of my birth. And

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so the law says on the video subtle Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, this is the reference the bottom the be your sort of the light at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, for the early gosat, your nursing home. So this is the sermon, the running of people between the two hills of suffering

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as part of the Hajj.

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One of the rights is sorry.

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Arabic words are difficult to pronounce. So you have to have the spoon on the middle of letter. So it's not

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fetch not furniture. It's not our stuff.

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it's sad.

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So say, this is the this just means running. But it refers, this is part of our ritual for Angular and for hedge, where after the blow off, a person

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runs between the two hips of suffer and middleware.

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And especially in the dip of the valley where there's no longer dip, but in the belly of the valley. Now that's marked by green lights, and it used to be marked by green flags. So there is some math for men to run.

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So this is the second. So the whole second imagine one of the greatest acts of worship and the pillars of a smart hedge.

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The symbolic running between Safa and Marwa seven times this is actually a commemoration of the desperate search of a mother for for water for her child.

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But last Hannah who would love this deed of hers with her supplications and her and the sacrifice of harder and the sacrifice of her husband Ibrahim alayhis salam and the sun. That last panel with Allah inaugurated it as a right to be performed as the part of the pilgrimage to Yamuna.

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So this is the same between the two hills of suffer and miroir, which we all perform.

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We can continue but I'll stop here in Sharla. We'll continue with the remaining the remainder of next week.

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I pray that last night enables us to understand what's the loss of the manor.

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