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Makkah & the Family of the Prophet Ibrahim AS Part 3

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Riyadul Haqq

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Episode Notes

The appearance of the Zamzam is the main subject of this third lesson. We also begin to learn a few details about Sayyiduna Ismail AS including the encounter Sayyiduna Ibrahim AS had with his wife.
The wisdoms in why Sayyiduna Ibrahim AS asked his son to separate from his wife and the lessons for us in this are explained

Episode Transcript

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Majeed Allah

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Tada.

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respects to the listeners, we continue with the commentary and study of study in the commentary of anti youth number 3364. From

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which is about the family of Ibrahim alayhis salaam and the journey to Makkah and eventual settlement

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and the history of the gamba and Zamzam as well as some of the rites of hedging.

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quick summary of what the heavies has told us so far.

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Since this is the third lesson of the

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delighting our bus of the LA EMA is the narrator of this study.

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And what we've learned is that the prophets, Ibrahim Ali has

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carried his

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young child ismart Isla de his

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newborn,

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along with his wife, her job of the law,

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and took them away from the land of command where he was residing.

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And left by the command of a law in the barren valley of Mecca,

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wherein at that time, there was not a single grass or a single blade of grass, a single piece of vegetation or even a drop of water, no animals, no human beings nothing.

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had ever the alarm rang her asked him by whose command he was leaving them in this state. And he replied, by last command,

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he left them with only a bag of dates and a skin of water. Then he departed and turning around at the edge of the valley, facing the direction of the gamma which didn't exist there at the time. But in the direction of the gamma.

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He put turned and Prater lost,

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with a very famous two hour call

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gabanna in the US economy, the reality viewer generated these around in debate, hovering, probably 90 of federally funded millionaires that we elect him. What is akumina Thermal article and

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I've translated and commented on that verse in detail so I won't repeat myself. And then he departed after him when I heard the alarm rang her. Her water expired in the sheepskin, as a result of which her milk also dried out, and searching for water for herself. And her son is my easterlies lamb, who was actually rolling on the floor, out of thirst. She desperately searched and frantically searched in different directions, even climbing the hill, the hillock of suffer and the hillock of Mandala. And since there was a dip in between the two, and she was unable to see smoke easily.

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She raised in that area, this action of hers

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was so delivered to our last panel who would honor that he, in wholegrain, inaugurated it as a right and a ritual of hygiene to perform to the armor.

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And that's what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says for that because sadly a mass that that is the running of the people

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Then this is where we start so we continue from here. So I begin again we'll be listening to the mini de la vida. Abdullah Mohammed

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Abdullah has caught up with a madman and Ubisoft Danny Walker theater nikka Theater funny bit whenever you are there is either your home Adam and Eve in the debate in

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either the debate part of my bursting out of the alarm

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I relate with the continuous and uninterrupted chain from me to him on Buhari Rahim Allah who relates with this chain to Abdullah my bus of the love man Omar who relates

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we continue from where we left off last week. He says follow Masha Allah miroir semi salt. So when heart of the alarm

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climbed upon murder, this is after the seventh run. So she rang, she climbed suffer first, and then searched in all directions,

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scattered for water, them ran down, and then rapidly ran in the dip in the valley between the two helix and then climbed the middle way, did the same, scanning the area for water. And then she descended against Sri Ram, and then climbed up the hill of Safa. And she repeated this seven times on the seventh ascent of the hillock of Morocco because she began from suffer.

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This is what's being referred to hear so on the seventh run for the match of Alan miroir. So when she climbed upon model, semi solta, she heard a sound for our show. So she said, so

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what's simply means

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for the the students of Arabic and the orlimar amongst you, in Arabic, these phonetic words,

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they are often mentioned with the mean.

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And that can be pronounced with a domain or can be pronounced with a spoon. So in in various how the if you have

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buckling buckling, so you can pronounce it, but

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similarly, for him here it can be pronounced. So what these words are simply like working working, which means work, buckling buckling, which means

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or sudden slain. This is simply

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that's what it is. So she was saying to herself.

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In fact, that's what the heavy seas for pilots don't even have.

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So she said slayin, referring to herself. So it's not so much certain it's

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IE she bid herself to science, because she heard a sound. But it was unbelievable to her because there was nothing to be seen anywhere.

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And then when she heard that sound, she quickly fell silent, and then further bidding herself to silence. See, she said to herself.

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So that's the meaning of second. It just simply means

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to read and referring to herself throughout the summer. Then she listened attentively for summit at a bar. So she again heard the sound for Carlat. So then she called out to whoever or whatever it's was because she couldn't see anything for guidance. So she said, but a smart

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You have made me here.

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mean whoever you are, or whatever you are, I know you are there. And you've made your presence felt and known

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for the smart. You've made me here

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in Ghana in the earth

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if you have any aid

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now this is Arabic.

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This is all your savings in Ghana in the Kahala if you have any aid and then there's nothing else I swear the sentence sentence. So

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it simply means

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in Ghana in the kahawa from for me that if you have any aid then assist me.

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So

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once again for the students of Arabic Lee

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Other shorter term, which is macro.

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So, she said that if you have any aid, then meaning assessment come forth and aid me

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for either he had been milking in them all the isms. So lo and behold, when she said that, there was meaning there suddenly appeared the angel

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by the place of Zamzam, meaning at that time again, there was no Garber there was no Well, there was no spring, there was nothing but were zooms and was to be by the place resumes and suddenly, the angel appeared for the half of the app maybe.

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Or

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so the angel rub the ground with his heel.

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Oh, Allah vagina. He's one of the writers of this particular heading essays or with his wing. So obviously here there's the narrator is uncertain which of the two was said the original meaning with the heel or with the wind.

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But we learned from other narrations that it was actually with the hitter, because it's quite categorically stated in other narrations.

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I've mentioned this many times before that

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how can we rely on such headings? If we have narrators, actually saying that

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it's either active or Jannah? It's one or the other.

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So if they if they have such doubts, and if there is such variation,

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then how can such reports be reliable?

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Well, a couple of things to note here. One, this is not the

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these are the Harvey's

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last hammer, who has

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taken it upon himself in naturalism, the vicar Witten Allah who the half is

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that Verily, We have revealed the

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Vic, the remembrance the admonition meaning.

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And verily, we are most assuredly, its guardians. So the Quran is guarded and preserved by the last panel with that, but apart from the poorer

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the rest of Revelation, in a general manner is also preserved by the last panel who were down and guarded in general, but the detailed preservation of the rest of revelation apart from the actual words of the arm, this is a responsibility assigned to the math itself.

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And that

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being humans have made

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a very

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extensive and arduous but ultimately a human efforts and endeavor to preserve the revelation of Hades, because it is a revelation ultimately, among recited revelations, apart from the bottom. So undoubtedly, there will be some imperfections and flaws in some of the details. But in the history of mankind, there is nothing that

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matches

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the

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preservation of the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam absolutely nothing.

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That's one point. Another point is the very fact that the narrator's actually point out their dance is proof

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of their diligence in report.

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If you compare it someone speaking today, a friend or a colleague or someone else, if someone quotes to you and says that I was present, this is what I saw. This is what they said. Now,

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he may have said this word we may have said that word, but it's just the data one or two words in 1000s of words or hundreds of words.

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Surely that tells you how diligently individual is and how careful

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on the other hand, you have people who just say

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anything and everything. And each time you speak to them, the story changes. So the earlier man were very diligent, and they actually faithfully recorded and preserved in their books of Hades in that aerations any variation of a word in which they heard from their teacher

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So,

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also, one narrator may may may make a mistake, but then that is normally compensated for by the diligent and accurate reporting of other narrators of the very same of Ethan, same word.

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So here, the narrator is unsure whether it's the heel or the wing. We learned from other narrations that it was definitely the heel. So

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for but has to be accurately. So he

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rub the ground with his heel, the angel or arbitrator, or the narrator said, with his wind. So this is a dance but as I've mentioned, other narrations make it categorical that he was with the heel

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until the water appeared for Janet to her widow.

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So her job the alarm rang her began.

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In closing the water, the meaning is

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the water of Zamzam

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gushed forth from the ground at the very spot where the angel rubbed his heel.

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The water gushed forth, and as it gush forth, it began to spread in all directions,

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accumulating, but hardly ever the alarm, the mother of his smile. In her desperation, she began encircling and enclosing the water

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for the fear of losing it.

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So for Jana, widow, she began making a whole meaning in circling and enclosing the water with the otter via the her heart. And she began doing this so each narrator would then explain to the

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students

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practically how huddled the alarm would enclose and circle the water. So what the order be they have her cover and she was doing this with her hands. Again in Arabic, interestingly, it all is used for both audio color and finally if I

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were to add a four minute McAfee safai her and she began scooping the water scooping up the water in her

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water skin. Well who are you for about a dozen if and as you were scooping up the water, the more she was scoop the mortar the more the water would gush forth while you're full and the water was gushing magma after her scooping up the water out of my burst and Abdullah have now burst the alarm says Parliament Vidya Salalah alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you have to have a law. Marina as I said earlier on, if you recall at the beginning, Abdullah burst the alarm I never said that I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, or the Messenger of Allah it was unrelated to us. He just began the Hadith, which makes it appear as though these aren't the

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words of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, but as I mentioned them, one he could have never related such details without having heard them from the soul of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Secondly, during the course of the Hadith, he on a number of occasions, takes the name of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam as here

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so I'm delighted number so the law says pardon the use of the law it was in them the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, You know how love Miss Mary, Allah may Allah have mercy

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on the mother of customary

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law Tara Katzen

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Oh Allah know them does reach minima, if she had left Zamzam as it was, or he said, if she had not scooped up the water, Lacan at Zamzam or at the marina Zamzam would have been a flowing spring

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or a flowing river.

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What that means is because of the action, of Hydra rhodiola

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of scooping up the water and trying to enclose it with her hands and arms.

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If she had left Zamzam gushing forth as it was, then it would have continued to bubble gush forth and actually turn into a rivulet and then a river. So it would have been a flowing spring and river rather than a well.

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But this was a bit of a loss of more data.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Caesar hammer la misma he may Allah have mercy on the mother of his smile he this was a favorite phrase of a pseudo La Silla love it. He was seldom when he used to speak about the form of messengers and he was

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a lot looser. May Allah have mercy on Moosa? Had he been a bit more patient, ie in his encounter with our cliver? Or whether la Salaam, he would have we would have learned much more

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in another Hadith? may Allah have mercy on use of local McCann, who will attempt to there, if I had been in his place, I would have responded to the messenger. This was a reference to when use of allihies Saddam was in prison. He had languished in prison on a false charge. And it was a very serious charge, if you if we actually consider the charge,

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for which use the various Anam was cast into prison, simply because he did not succumb to the seduction of the temptresses and simply because he refused to do their bidding. And simply because he wished to obey the last panel who would rather rather than disobey Allah regardless of the pressure, as a result of which he was thrown into prison, innocently. So on what charge, the charge was actually attempted rape. That was the allegation made against him. And the everyone knew.

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Everyone knew that he was innocent of the charge. Yes, still, he was flung into prison. And then he languished there for many years.

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For the width of decision the bit that I've seen, so he languished in prison for many years.

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Then,

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when the king saw the dream, and he was told by his court, he is the cup bearer, that summon use of his a pious man who will be able to interpret your dream.

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And the king sent for him.

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Yusuf alayhi salam, when he was called

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for, and the messenger came to tell him, Look, the king is calling you that would have been the golden opportunity for him to come out and win the favor of the king, interpret his dream for him, and have some hope of release. But the resolve and the determination and the subject of use of that as Sam was such that he refused to come out of prison. And he said, that I will not come out until the king conducts an inquiry into my case declares my innocence, and interrogates the women who are responsible for leveling this false charge against me.

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So referring to that the prophets of Allah Almighty Who seldom said may Allah have mercy on use of locum Toma, Ghana hola Egypt. There he is. I mean, who would the Mohammed bin Abdullah for su La Silla? La it was seldom had I been in his place, I would have responded to the call of the messenger that shows how difficult to position use of alayhis salaam was, was in that even the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, If I had been in this place, I would have responded to the call of the messenger.

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So this was a favorite phrase of the prophets of the love it was alum, when referring to the former messengers at Evo Salaam,

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Prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salaam, the prophets,

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Musa alayhis salaam, and here he uses same phrase, may Allah have mercy on the mother of his married had she left Zamzam exactly as it was, or he said, if she had not scooped up the water, then Lacan isms of mine Amina, Zamzam would have become a flowing spring.

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He then said for sure, so she drank optimism, what are that what are the her and she suckled her son?

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So the angel said to her, that half of them do not fear perishing. For him, the Homa beta law For verily here is the house of a law.

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And we learn from other generations that the angel said to her,

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that do not fear perishing.

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For this is the well

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of Zamzam, which will water the guests of Allah

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And then he added for in the hamona beta law For verily here is the house of Allah yagni Have a look around what a ball which will be built by this young lad and his father, what in the law Daniel de la and Verily Allah does not allow his people to perish.

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What cannot be tomorrow?

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So are the prophets of Allah Almighty Muslim explains that obviously there was no garba there, there was no house there.

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But what can be done with a minute of the Quran

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and the house meaning the place of the house of Allah was raised from the rest of the ground, got her RBI like a man

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that the history you storms would come to it for that Hogan, Yemeni he or she Marley. And then the storms would take

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the path to the right or the left, but not go over the man.

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All the sentence means is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was explaining that there was no gamma that God really has Lam said that the

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video young lad and his father will both build the house of Allah that will stand here. And the place of the garba was a raised mound, which was elevated in comparison to the rest of the earth. And it was protected at that time. So that when storms would come, the water would actually pass around both sides and not go over the mount.

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inshallah, what I will do, there's a lot to say about both the well of the water systems and and gather and the history of both the well of Zamzam

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even after this

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and the virtues of the water, as well as the virtues and the history of the gamba. But what I will do is maybe finish the Hadees and then right towards the end of the heady as part of the commentary. I'll speak about the

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virtues and the history of Zamzam and the virtues and the history of the gamma. Or I may dedicate one or two sessions completely to this topic after the completion of the Hadith, but I'll defer discussion of both the history and the virtues of the garba and the wealth of isms until then,

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it continues for Garnet garlic, so she remained like this, meaning there was still no vegetation.

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So it's appears that after the gushing fourth of Zamzam, the mother of his Marina de his Salaam and is married, and he

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is married, the mother of his Mary, most of them, both mother and child, survived just on the water

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for a very long time. And there's no surprise about that at all. Mr. Muslim. Healy relates Hadeeth about Zamzam that in the heartland, and we learn from other generations where she felt

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that Zamzam is food for nourishment, and a cure from diseases. And we also learn mannerisms and minima showing that the water is so heavy, that the water of Zamzam is to fulfill whatever purpose it's drank for. So if someone drinks the water of zum zum with a particular hour or intention, last panel with Allah

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rewards that person, hopefully, with that law.

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Sophia norina de la Healy was late in the eighth.

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And he related this study, that Maoism is surely better that the water of Zamzam is

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is to fulfill the purpose for which it says drank.

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So one of the students to that

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we cut we can only appreciate this heavy

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if we appreciate heavy for itself.

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In the earlier days, at equals value.

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Imagine jack

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was a sheet until Abdullayev knob burst and Abdullah hit the alarm on another Sahaba but mainly at least.

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And he wants a company Abdullayev normal for the Allahumma who was a prolific narrator of Hadith all the way from Medina to Makkah and back

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and that must have taken a whole month journey.

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And he says in that whole period, I heard one Hadees from him.

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One of the students visited Mr. ozar era Lucha de who was actually born by roots.

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Imam oza Rahim Allah was a great scholar of Shah.

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But he was born in Beirut. So someone visited him and stayed with him for a few days. And he heard a few headlines from him.

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So the students complained to him that I've been with you for so many days. And I've only heard a few.

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He said,

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you've been with me for a few days, you've heard a few headlines this morning, and you still don't appreciate it.

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People used to say about you, but I'm sorry if the alarm rang, traveled all the way from Medina to Egypt, not to listen to a new Hadeeth. But to verify he had already heard when she knew

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that's what Mr. Moser he said to him.

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So people would appreciate the heaviness of the sort of loss and the love it was some of them, it was like a lost gem.

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Had they had these were treated as gem. Every Hadeeth was a last gen.

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And if someone discovered it, that was their prize.

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So, Sofia, Marina was relating, he thought

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he was related for a group of students. And he mentioned the heavy metals.

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But the war tropisms and is to fulfill that purpose for which he has drank. So one of the students stood up and just suddenly left the

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building. They went out. And after a while he came back. And he said, you ma'am.

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You said what was that idea that you just related? Did you just tell us that the water of Zamzam is to fulfill that purpose for which she was drunk? She said yes. She said fine. I just went out and I drank Zamzam with the intention and the door that you will relate 100 Hadith to me.

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So Sofia, Marina said sit down, and then he went and related 100 to him.

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Don't try that with me.

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In fact, if you want you can,

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if you're dedicated enough, you can come and I'll relate 100 100 headings t, where you have to have that zeal and passion. Your mom, your mom will hire you to learn how they relate to the youth in history, where Imam Sharma he was one of the narrator's he relates to one of his students. And then he says just one thing.

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And then after relating it says there, take it without any effort or trouble on your part. For indeed, people used to travel all the way from Makkah to Medina for something less than this. And that was reference to another Sahabi on the low and wanted to learn about one muscle

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and on one ruling, and he traveled all the way from Mecca to Medina to inquire of that ruling from la sala la he was

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there was a value to the word of the messenger subtle alarm it every was treated as a gem to the prize to be cherished.

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So Matt was a minima surely below the water problems and is to fulfill that purpose for which it is drank. And indeed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the harbor and during that it is the food of nourish for nourishment. And in another narration, worship, the additional wording is what she felt. And it's the cure for disease. And many people in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, meaning the alarm would carry zooms and vacuum bottles from MacArthur, MacArthur, Amata Medina, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself took Zamzam and he would use them and give it to the sick.

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Have faith, have trust in Allah

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and use them to drink

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to Portland oneself.

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See You the man. Here. HI, JODI.

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She for a whole such a long time. She survived just on zum zum. And

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we learned in the story of the failure of the alarm rang when I spoke about him a few months ago. That's it

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Refer to the your loved one. When he first arrived in muckety muck aroma. It was actually a vagabond highway robber, his tribe that's what they were experts in. They were dacoits and the word dacoits comes from India.

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As I've said before, we Indians are responsible for a lot.

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That will dacoits jungle looting, all from India. Loot,

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loot na Doku jungle. All of these words have come into English from the Indian subcontinent, dacoits

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jungle and looting.

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So, he was a dacoit

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and

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he arrived in Macedonia,

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and he stayed there for a whole month surviving only on the wall shops.

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In that heat,

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it didn't make any difference. Ambassador Pollock the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his uncle, he says that during the days of Jay Hillier before Islam, we used to call zims and one of the names of zims and was Shabaab.

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Shabbat means the great nourish they will actually nourish and fill people and satiate them

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and free them from their hunger. And what we are he used to do is that the families would bring their children each morning to the well of Zamzam in groups, and they will all drink as much as possible. First thing in the morning, he actually says the the water of Zamzam was there so

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the meaning of the water is similar to several several football. Soccer is what you have soccer

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and football is what you have for each bar meaning breakfast. So subwoofer is what you have first thing in the morning. So the water of Zamzam would be the breakfast of the families have koresh

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and they say we would make our children drink the water of Zamzam in order to nourish them and give them strength.

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So that's what this How about the Allahu anhu grew up the elderly.

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So about Philip says we used to call zum zum Shabaab, the great nourisher and satiate.

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So

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for Canada that it's so hard to hold, the alarm rang her remaining the light, they say in that state, just surviving on zum zum had that moderate became a rough bottom injury. And there was just her there was just her and her child had their mother with him

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until a group

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passed by them of Jerome Jewell, who was a tribe from Yemen. And they had moved northwards from Yemen. And they were traveling in that area as nomads but moving slowly, but they came across that area across the valley of Mecca.

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But first of all, at a distance, they hadn't arrived in the valley, they were still at a distance, but they were close by.

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So the narrator so the wording is have them read

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until a group from Georgia who passed by them and debate them in Georgia home or household of Jerome Millenium in theory

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coming forth from the path of gudda, which is in the upper part of Makkah. finizio vs. flamenca. So they descended

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Kant in the lower part of Mecca, but again, away from the Central Valley for a while.

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So they saw a circling bird,

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a hovering bird for column so they said in Italy Adorama Verily, this bird is circling around water overwater landowner behind the word he

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will Murphy man very our

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knowledge of this valley is such that there is no water there in for other sort of Jedi and oh god Yang. So they sent one or two scouts for either humble man. So the scouts suddenly discovered water the water of Zamzam for general. So they returned that man and they inform the rest of the tribe of the water of Zamzam for Up button.

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So they all came forth on he says, What is smart enough in the man and the mother

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submarine and it

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was by the water of Zamzam for arms. So they said at the Nina Elena and mins that are in the key, do you grant us permission to settle and dismount, buying a pilot? And so she said, Yes, what I can learn by looking for the man, but you have no rights over the water on them. They said, yes, they accepted that. So part of that person

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will be allowed to live in our bus of the love of Mercedes, other than the use of the love it was in them the prophets of Allah Almighty Who seldom said for Alfa Lika Miss Mary. So this

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Fang, the mother of smart alayhis salaam, what he will ins what she was

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desiring.

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Sorry, we'll hear pymble while she was desiring company, what this means is that the province of the law and he was seldom said she had been alone with her child for so long. Then when this tribe passed,

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and they then approached her, their scouts having discovered water, after seeing the bird in the air,

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and then they requested from her to be allowed to settle around the water. And she accepted on the condition that they would have no water. Despite being a single woman with her child, she didn't feel threatened by this tribe, gentlemen, rather the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, this whole episode was actually to her like, because she was alone, and she was desiring company.

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And remember, they were they were families feminism. So they settled around what was said what you know, and they sent word to the rest of their families for marriage. So they also settled with them. They're gonna be Yatim, until when they're when, until when they're when they when they're what were, a few households have them there.

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Meaning a whole community had developed it had turned into a settlement, worship below hulan. And the young lad became a young man and the child become a young man without iluminado be at them in home. And he learned Arabic from

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Arabic And he learns Arabic from

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there's another Hadeeth again,

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related BAM to life now bus of the a lot more Nkrumah,

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recorded by him on how humanism was stuck.

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That suggests that the first person to speak Arabic was smart enough.

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So according to one narration, the first person to actually speak Arabic was a smart he lives.

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And he suggests that we'll tag them and it'll be at the minimum that he learned Arabic from them.

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So

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what's the truth? What's accurate, but then that's actually clarified in another narration

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that the one who spoke the first person speak Arabic masterfully, and experts the most eloquently was married. And so he actually learned Arabic from Judah, from the tribe of Judah. But then he

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enhanced it, and the last round of horadada allowed Arabic to flow on his tongue with the Great's developments.

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So that's the truth, he actually learns Arabic from the tribe of

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Arabic is truly unique language. And so much can be said about it. Even if one doesn't regard the religious

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aspect of Arabic, just as a language truly remarkable, the precision,

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the mathematical precision of Arabic, the forms of the words, the balance, the rhythm.

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It's very difficult to believe that better than in the deserts produce this language. It's so mathematical, it's so accurate, so precise,

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and it's so varied.

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They have so many different names for everything. You take any

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word

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and in all of it

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stages It has different names in the Arabic language,

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different stages.

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And recently I read that recently meaning a good few months ago, that according some research, it's been discovered that Arabic has the widest and most varied vocabulary in the world even now.

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The most varied vocabulary.

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Even though ultimately Arabic relies on three letters, and it has no vowels in writing.

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So it relies on try literal roots.

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And at the most quadrilaterals, rarely,

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five literal.

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And one of the reasons is, this may sound a bit ironic, especially to the students of Arabic, that the Arabs didn't prefer fitmin they prefer the fifth.

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So the Arabs preferred lightness and ease. They didn't like difficulty or burdensome weight in their words,

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and perhaps a bit difficult to comprehend for non Arabic as well for everyone else that Arabic is so difficult, and so complex and so complicated. And you're telling us that the Arabs didn't like complexity, they didn't like weightiness and the word they didn't like density. They actually preferred lightness and simplicity and ease. Even though Arabic is very, very difficult. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is not conveying the whole truth to you. That's a fact.

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Well, after the ascendant or an unlit victory for him, Allah says, Verily, We have made the core an easy to understand, easy to remember. So is there any one to remember or to take?

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liquor can mean both member in some admonition.

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So the URL is easy to learn. And that's the miracle of the

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non Arabs can memorize the entire Torah

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and even new students and new Muslims reverts, can begin memorizing sorts of earning note.

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That's a miracle of the Quran itself. So Allah has said we've made the orontes not Arabic In

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Arabic is difficult, it truly is.

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So well done them in Arabic at the minimum

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has learnt Arabic from one facade

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and he endeared himself to

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see again, the very next word after what Allah Allah V at the minimum, and he learned Arabic from them. And then in single word, what unfussy

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a geralyn nafsa who in the face and the day him

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a single word, you have to translate and explain in that manner. What am fesem and he endeared himself to them.

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America with a single word provides that meaning in first anfis

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one foster home and he endeared himself to them. Why aren't Juba

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and he

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pleased

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Hina Shebaa when he became a youth, fellow man other than when he reached

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when we mean by youth is he and when he grew slightly older

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than when he became a youth I he reached puberty and beyond the boardroom are at the minimum, they married him to a woman from amongst them from the tribe of gentlemen, one man that always married and the mother of his Marine, and he was passed away.

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They say that she was 90 years old when she passed away.

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for Java Ebrahim wilbarger math as a widget is smart. So Ebrahim really came after he's smart enough and he his Salaam, married,

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your thought erotica

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enquiring of his legacy.

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What's remarkable

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is that Ibrahim alayhis salaam

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delivered his family to the valley of Makkah.

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Only won a lot hold.

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And he was commanded by a lot stay with them. So he returned

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Although it's not mentioned here in this generation, he did return in between Why?

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He returned not to play with his child. But he returned to slaughter his child by the command of alarm.

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And that's the whole story behind each one of

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them. Then he returned.

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And he would only go back when Allah subhanho wa Taala will tell him

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he didn't go back to our knowledge. He did not go back to marry his son,

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or be present in His Word.

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And I'll say more about this in a moment.

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For Jaya Ibrahim wilbarger math is a widget is smart enough. So Ibrahim alayhis salam came after his smart elderly his Salaam married your barley or terracotta, making inquiries about his legacy from Aegis marine so he did not find a smoky

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for Sunnah. merata one. So he asked his wife about him for barlet. So she said, currently, Ilana

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he's gone out to hunt for us. Yep. I mean search for food for us. And he was

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his main release for

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dinner. He went out hunting for us from

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him what he said to him. So Ibrahim alayhis salaam asked his wife, meaning his son's wife, his daughter in law and Asian about their life, what he said to him and their condition for Carlat. So, she said,

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We are in great difficulty. Now if you leave,

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we are in

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straights a straightens condition, we should and in severity

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for Shaka LA, she then complained to him. Ah, he said, for either job as a jockey.

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When your husband arrives

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for curry, alayhis salam, and convey my greetings to him, what all he loves, and say to him, you're there, you're at the bottom

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that he should change the doorstep of his house.

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For the merger is smarter

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than when it's married and his Salaam arrived

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on a sachet. It was as though he felt something and one duration The wedding is he smelt the fragrance of this fall?

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For Carl, so he said, Hello Jackman.

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Did anyone come to Pilate, Mary? And she said, Yes. Jana Shea who was an old man came to us like this night. And she described him such and such for settling our anger. So he asked us about you for us. So I told him

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what 70 k five k variation. And he asked me, How was our life, our livelihood, our living?

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So I informed him I told him and a few gentlemen, that we are in great struggle and severity on. So he said for her osaki be she did he instruct you to do anything other than she said? Yes, he did. A Maroney and upper alayka Salaam. He commanded me to convey his greetings to you all. And he said, lay your activator Berbick that change the threshold the doorstep of your house, the step of your house are smart. At least he said that to be the key fob. This is my father,

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Moroni and offer a cookie. And he has commanded me to separate from

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it had to be the key.

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Go back to your family for the lotto. Ha. So he divorced. What does a woman who

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and he married

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another

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of the meaning of the same tribe of

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unexplained more about this next week because then there's another encounter with the new wife of the smarty Lily said I'm so comparing the two I'll explain more about this next week in Sharla. But

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indeed,

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a few questions some which I will answer today so much I will leave to next week that Ebrahim really has Salaam

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It was a man of great sagacity and wisdom of farsightedness.

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And he knew

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that this lady

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Was unsuitable for his son. For he was a messenger of Allah and his son was a messenger.

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And

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his son had a great future had and a great responsibility. He wants to be a leader of his people, and a conveyor of the message of a last panel.

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And one has to be mentally emotionally

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prepared for.

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And he has to have that support.

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And those who wish to remain in his company must be able to appreciate him.

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That's exactly what happened with the prophets of Allah. It was

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the wives of the messengers of Allah Almighty Who sent them.

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They had their disagreements with him.

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disagreements are a fact of life, especially in marriage conflicts is a fact of marriage.

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And even the NBA.

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The messengers have a last panel with that.

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They did not escape the trials

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of the household

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and of marriage.

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It's related that once a worker Cynthia rhodiola horn was with the prophets of Allah, and even some of them.

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And it was

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was at home.

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So

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the women of the household

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began arguing

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and quarreling amongst themselves.

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So much so that they even began picking up the dust in the dirt from the ground and flinging it at each other.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was greatly grieved to see this, but will walk us through the vehicle of the alarm, took him by the hand, and said, leave them too. It's your soul, Allah and let's go. And he took him out of the house to his house.

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And there are other stories about as well. In fact, one of me moon out of the alarm, I believe, who Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went out to relieve himself.

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At night, when he came back, he found the door shut.

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And he was actually shut by the wife.

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And she began interrogating as to where he had gone.

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So once he reassured her that he had only gone out to relieve himself down to the call of nature, that he hadn't gone elsewhere, then she.

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And there were countless of the stories with the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And as I mentioned, earlier on, in the very first week of the discussion, that mean, Shadow, the alarm on her says that, when real, or it can be pronounced Libra, when Libra when jealousy seizes a woman, these are the words mean and shadow, the love. When jealousy seeds is a woman, she is unable to see the upper part of the valley from the bottom from the lower part, which means that it's like the whole valley is spinning, she can't see whether whether it's the sky or the or the ground.

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So

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there were differences. But this should not lead us to detract in any way from the status and the position of the wives of the prophets in the law.

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They are mothers, and they were the wives of the prophets and the love it who sent them. And when it came to the test, they passed the test with flying colors. And so they had disagreements, they had difficulties in married life, and there was a time in the province of the love it was and it became so exasperated by all of them.

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Once

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he even secluded themselves and wanted to divorce all of them in one go.

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And one of the reasons was that they kept on pressuring him for more maintenance, increased maintenance and it was something which he couldn't meet, because any wealth that came to him he distributed in the way of the last panel

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and he wished to live a life of simplicity and

01:00:01--> 01:00:19

privations, and we wish to his family to follow suit. And they did. But they when they saw that riches were now flowing into Medina and their condition as a community was improving. They wanted a share of that being the family of the Prophet sallallahu eyelink or something.

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And when things became or came to a head he decided to seclude himself he wanted to divorce all of them.

01:00:28--> 01:00:29

And he was

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saying that your loved one visited him

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and that others could have said before the alarm was their profits in the love it

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and everyone was sitting side

01:00:44--> 01:00:53

profits, the love and even someone with silence, grief and concern visible on his face. So whether the alarm or anguish to cheer him up.

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And profits of the love it alayhi wa sallam said to him here they are asking me for increased maintenance. When I'm unable to meet their demands. He said it was a great grief to say that I'm going to be alone and wishing to cheer him up and say that I am a being a part of the law. And he said you're the sort of law What do you think if my wife demanded more maintenance of me? How would it look if I went and wrung her neck?

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam managed to smile.

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So they came such a time when he wished to when he secluded himself and wish to divorce all of his wives. But last panel was revealed a verse of the holy soul.

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And that's known as the verses of hair of the ultimatum he delivered an ultimatum and the ultimatum was

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Yeah, you're gonna be you're cool as far as you can continue to do me I was a Natasha fatale. normatec una una sala, Geneva

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Torino, la hora Sula, who would da Hara. For in the law either in mercy not in

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the old Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Satan to your wives. But if you seek

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the worldly life, and its beauty, then come

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which will give you wealth.

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But then we shall release you in a good way.

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But if you see Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

01:02:38--> 01:02:40

and the abode of the afterlife

01:02:42--> 01:02:48

the know that Verily Allah subhanho wa Taala has prepared for those who do good amongst you and he mentioned.

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So these were the verses of ultimatum the prophets of Allah it was seldom asked all of the wives

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what they wish to do, he recited the verse to them, and said to them, what do you want? You have to make a choice. And what was the choice the choice was, that the prophets of Allah subhanho wa Taala is a messenger, he does not live like a king. He is no Emperor, he is no king. He is no ruler of the world. He is the chosen messenger of Allah, his life will be a life of privation, of test of trials of struggle of charity.

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Those who wish to remain with him, his companions and even his household names follow in his footsteps.

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They must be like him.

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They must be of the same spirits.

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They are under no obligation. They don't have to. So they would not be condemned if they felt that they could not do this.

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If they felt they could not pay the price, then that's fine. They would be released in a good way without any condemnation whatsoever, and they would be free to go.

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But if they want the privilege of being the wives of the Prophet, sallAllahu, Alayhi, wasallam, and members of the holy household, then there was a price to pay. There was a commensurate responsibility and pride there was a price and responsibility commensurate to the privilege

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and they had to be prepared that it would be a life of charity and donations.

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So the prophets Allah hi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked him when he shouted the alarm

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and she said,

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even said to her, go and consult your parents. She said, Do I need to consult my parents about this?

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May I choose a line is messenger some Lola Eileen was something

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like she said the artist saw that he said that I'm going to ask the others so wanting him to sell she said the artist

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Sort of like don't tell anyone else what my answer was hoping that all of the others would give a different reply. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked all of them. And without exception, every one of them

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responded.

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In the same voice, that we choose Allah and His messenger.

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And that's how they live their lives, even meaning shadow the alarm, once more aware of the alarm and gave her a gift of 100,000.

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That's almost equivalent to 200,000 pounds sterling. She received the sack of money in the morning coins. She was fasting on that day, by evening, before if bar, her maid had distributed all 100,000

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until there was nothing left that same day as she did her if bar with bread and oil.

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So much so that the medium said to her, that old mother of the believers, if only you had instructed me to, we could have left at least some wealth to buy some meats for your if

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that was a moment in your life. So the privilege of belonging to the household of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a unique one, for they are his wives in this world, and in the US had a gender. They are the mothers of the entire.

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So Ibrahim Alayhi Salam when he visited his son.

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And he asked the wife

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how often

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and she complained.

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We are in great difficulty. We are in straitened circumstances.

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Were in dire straits.

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We are in great difficulty and severity. Pamela Ibrahim alayhis salaam in the Middle East

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determine

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that this lady is not suitable for the property cows.

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And he said tell him to change the doorstep of his house.

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And Ibrahim alayhis salam did that. I've mentioned this before that so what about today if someone's father this happens a lot parents say to the Son, divorce your wife.

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Father says to the son divorce your wife. And they often quote a lot of hubbub or the alarm.

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So

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I'm delighted Norma Viola married a woman

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above the law, said to him divorce her.

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I'm delighted no matter the alarm home I was very reluctant.

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Why should he divorce alive Just because the loved one said to him, he was very reluctant. I mean, he was he was in great conflicts internal conflict I What should I do? Should I divorce my wife should I

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not divorced fathers telling me so then he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him that your father is telling you to divorce a divorce. So he divorced. So in essence, the problem he divorced her because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him to not so much that Ababa, the Lahore intolerant and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam supported the Allah and in what he said, because of the farsightedness and the wisdom of

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the alarm and he was a great Judge of men

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and women of the alarm angles on the

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last panel who with the honor would guide the truth upon the tongue of

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even corrected himself.

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Like on the occasion of the Battle of

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Abu Bakar the Allah gave an opinion or model de la Han gave an alternative opinion. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam inclined to the opinion of a robot could have severe the alarm and the revelation of the holy or an

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vindicated target of the alarm. And in a very subtle manner,

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chided the prophets of the lahardee

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so that was the wisdom of

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the law firm. And he we learned that there are at least 21 occasions.

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considerations 23 were omitted. The law agreed with the last panel

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in that

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the alarm rang gave an opinion in the last panel with the honor vindicated him and ratified that opinion with revelation

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So he was farsighted. So say that a lot of the alarm rang was telling his son to divorce his wife and the prophets of Allah and Islam agreed. So that was the Messenger of Allah, Akbar, or the alarm on both Salalah it was send them whatever the angle, both telling Abdullah number. So that's why he did it.

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This in no way is proof. But just because a father sees that wants to divorce his wife, he has to divorce his wife. I'm explaining this because I've dealt with these cases where the parents become unhappy with a daughter in law. And they say Ibrahim alayhis salam told his son to change his doorstep. You change your dose,

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or Ababa, the alarm I'm told ignore Omar and he divorced his wife.

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If the father is of the caliber of all of those above

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that that's different.

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Otherwise is under no obligation.

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Of course, this doesn't mean that one has to take everything into consideration.

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In Islam marriage

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means much more.

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It's not just about

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him and her.

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Us too.

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And that's it.

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Perfect family in the continent they when they were promoting and advocating smaller families.

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They used to be this campaign which used to say humble

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us to you two meaning one girl, one boy father and mother perfect family.

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So

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marriage in Islam means much more than just him and her and

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there are so many considerations.

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Family, future children

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old age,

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marriage isn't

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the romantic ideal as promoted by Hollywood and specially by Bollywood.

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marriage.

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In fact, say your barber or your lover and himself.

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He made an announcements once

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a woman told her husband, I don't love you.

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The man went complain.

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See that? The alarm actually made an announcement. He said oh people,

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very few of these marriages are entirely based on love.

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They are I saw that stake, meaning lineages at stake.

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And their marriage is about the fulfillment of responsibility and duties towards each.

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So I'm paraphrasing what he said part of his sermon was, if there is love there is love. But if not, then let people keep their feelings to themselves and honor one another in marriage and fulfill their duties and responsibilities towards.

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So going back to what I was saying.

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We of course parents should not be randomly or

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merely on small minor incidents telling their children to divorce each other, the her son to divorce the wife or the wife to divorce her husband, just because of their own indignation and their own dislike. But at the same time, sons and daughters need to be mindful of their own families.

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One can marry one individual and divorce their whole family.

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Such a person will end up being divorced themselves.

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Then where will they go?

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They've ended up divorcing their parents and their siblings

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and their own family. And then they lost the very thing

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for which they divorce their own families.

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One has to take everything into consideration. One has to fulfill the rights of one's parents the rights of one's family, one siblings and the rights of one another.

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This may be a harsh statement but wives and husbands come and go.

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You only have one set of parents

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who are replaceable.

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A mother is irreplaceable. A father is irreplaceable. Partners, spouses, husbands and wives come and go.

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Family

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and in Islam

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The truth is families have a right over us our relatives have a right.

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So one has to eat, especially in marriage, one has to take everything into consideration. And what this Hadeeth also shows about Ibrahim alayhis, salaam, this Marina This

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is that

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Ibrahim alayhis salaam and just a few words judged that this will not be a good household wherein there is moaning and complaining and in gratitude.

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We need to learn to be grateful for what we have, rather than constantly coveting and what we don't have.

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That is torture,

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to torture oneself.

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Always grasping

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or trying to grasp what's beyond our reach, and letting drop in our attempt to grasp what is beyond our reach. We actually dropped what we have

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like the dog with to rotties.

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Well, the dog with one rupee. We all know the story of the dog looking at this reflection with a roti in its mouth. And you may think a dog roti, yeah, of course with

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my neighbor

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caring lady.

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She had a very large dog. Forget roti and forget canned foods. She used to feed him burrata every day, every morning, but out there for the dogs. So

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the thing was story about the about the dog with a routine it's math, and it sees its reflection of another dog with another Audi. It's fine grab that I'd have to royalties. And in the process, we may laugh at it he lost the road he had we may laugh at that. But that's what we do all the time. We are grateful and appreciative of what we have. And in our desire to grasp what's beyond our reach, we drop what we actually have.

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We learn letting Shackleton let us even

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water in cassata. In other words,

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if you are grateful, I shall give you more. And if you are ungrateful,

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then verily my punishment is severe. Why is there such a harsh warning about a severe punishment for in gratitude? Surely in gratitude is a small thing. But not if you look at the ultimate consequence, in gratitude builds up

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and it builds up until one becomes frustrated with Allah until one becomes disillusioned with Allah until one becomes angry with Allah until one blast themes against Allah, because we don't get what we want.

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Those who are grateful, those who are live

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in a very contented manner. They live lightly.

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I'll say more about this next week and Sharon also speak more about the comparison between the two households when he brought him into his salon visits his son again. And I said earlier on I'll say more about this in a moment. It's kind of like he brought him out of his salon came not to marry his son but two divorces.

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He did not come to marry his son. He wasn't there in the marriage. When he did. He came to divorces.

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Why because there's more to life. There's more to the Arthur there's more to one's future

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than what we see anywhere on him and his son and being a prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala he was able to see that he came by the command of Allah he would only come by the command of Allah. He came not to marry his sin Rather, he came to divorce me a loss to enable us to understand what's the manner after he was a soldier and a Vietnam human while he was a huge marine panicle love more or less

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