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The Prophet A Mercy To The Worlds

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Riyadul Haqq

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Salam Alaikum

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we will be here on the door.

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When I was learning I

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mean you have the level phenomena

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love Muslim Adam

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Kumasi later, Ibrahim

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Ibrahim Majeed, Allahumma barik ala Muhammad Juana

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tada Ibrahim Ibrahim in

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respect to listeners,

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last

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season sort of Colombia

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will now have some marketing law,

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addressing the messenger some of the law it was some of them

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that we have not sent you but as a mercy for all the worlds

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sort of Colombia

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as is suggested by the name actually, is a surah in which Allah mentions

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many different prophets at equals Salatu was salam,

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many of them

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and the one thing which is

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apparent from

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the mention of the prophets, not just in this surah but elsewhere in the Quran is all of these messengers alayhi wa Salatu was Salam

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was sent at a specific time

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to one particular group of people, one nation, one group of people.

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And also

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that message was restricted to those people alone.

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And this is true for all the profits mentioned elsewhere in the Quran. And even in sort of an MBA in sort of Columbia.

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The very law mentions many profits, and then the mention of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with this verse will now have some market data, I mean, comes at the very end of the surah.

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And prior to saying this to the messenger, some of the law legal, some of them a few verses earlier.

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Again, the last person that last weeks off amongst messengers was also the one who came just before the Prophet, some of the love it was the Prophet Isa.

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And even with the prophets, Isa alayhis, salaam,

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he was sent only to a certain a particular group of people, he was not sent with a universal message for all tribes for all nations and for eternity.

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Though of course there are with great wisdoms in his teaching, which are applicable to all ages, but unto all peoples but as a messenger. what the Quran says what they say is that he was sent only to a specific group of people and that's why he sort of stuff a lot quotes either Marisa alayhis salaam and addressing books that are addressing the Israelites see them at East Valley his Salaam says

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yeah bunnies that are either in the Rasulullah lake or sub the column Albania Diem in a thought, ah, one more bit Sharon, little soothing, yet embarrassed.

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The old children of Israel.

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Indeed, I'm LA's messenger to you,

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to affirm and to ratify, that the law which came before me,

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and to give you glad tidings of a messenger who shall come after me, whose name will be

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and even even in the Bible. So you the Mary, sila his Salaam, is quoted as having said himself, go not the way of the Gentiles, but rather than to the lost sheep of Israel, meaning he was sent specifically to the lost sheep of Israel, not to the Gentiles, not to the other nations. And that's what brought

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essays in sort of stuff. So all of the messengers that he was sent out including the one mentioned just before the Prophet Mohammed Salah love it will send them towards the end or sort of MBR was sent to a specific group of people to one nation and for a specific time.

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Then Allah mentions prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam towards the end of the sort of sort of Colombia which has been called sought after the prophets,

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perhaps the address the Messenger of Allah, it was some marketing with an ad I mean, and we have not centuries, but as a mercy for all the worlds.

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And the reason Allah says, We have not sent you, but as a mass

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is because indeed his teachings, his religion

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is some

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his way.

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The problem that he brought, the religion that he bought,

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and he himself

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all of these things were immerse

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is Sharia is a mercy his person,

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he himself is a nurse, he teaches his leave his for

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all of this rmse Allah has termed such as a person, he was the very embodiment of mercy and

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and Allah sent him to all the worlds His mercy was for all the welds not just for the Arabs.

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And that's why in various verses throughout the Koran, in contrast to the other prophets alayhi wa sallam Allah make the Quran makes it clear that the mission of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was eternal and universal.

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In

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the Quran says Alia, you know, so in the Rasulullah, Jamil Lila Lila who would

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say, a messenger of Allah, that all people, indeed I am LA's messenger to all of you,

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that a lot of them belong the kingdom of the heavens and the earth. There is no god but He He gives life and he gives death.

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In sortcl protocol,

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Allah begins a surah with the words devarakonda denas.

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The cunanan and Amina

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bless, Blessed is he

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who reveal the criterion

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to his servants, so that his servant may become the meaning of the law awarded to all the world's

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in sort of the server illustrated sort of set out a lot of game mentions, or milestone market fit and leanness of a[???]a, one of the, and we have not sent you but

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as a giver of glad tidings and as a warner, to all of the

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without distinction, verse after verse of the Quran speaks of the same thing that was sort of lust and love and evil syndrome was sent to all the worlds and not just to the Arabs, and like all the other prophets, and even with Serato. And this is why Allah calls him a mercy, not just for his nation, not just for his tribe, not just for the Arabs or the people of his time, but for the world that are the need, for all the words.

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Just as a lob praises himself in the beginning of the course and with the words and who didn't let them in, or Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

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Allah says, His messenger to the same worlds is none other than the Prophet Mohammed, some of them are hiding.

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Now how was the messenger and he said, Arthur was Salam immersi.

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This topic is so vast that no single book or even collection of books, no single speech or a lifetime of speeches, can do justice to this to just this one aspect of the profits of the law, legal systems, person and personality and character, which is his and his mercy.

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But just to share a few thoughts, how was the messenger it has stood out was Salam urashima, for all the words? Well, first of all, he was a Rama for his own people. And if we consider the condition of the Arabs, and the land of Arabia,

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just before the arrival of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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which in many ways, was a reflection of other societies and the ethics and morality of many of the people throughout

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It wasn't just the Arabs. And it wasn't just the land of Arabia, that was in a moral, ethical religious crisis. That was a reflection of the situation all over the world. People may have advanced in terms of Science and Learning and Technology,

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and power, and wealth and commerce and trade, as is evident from the civilizations of the time.

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Arabia itself had a number of empires and civilizations that surrounded the sustaining Persian Empire, the Byzantine Roman Empire, the Abyssinian Empire.

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So,

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when we say, the Arabs and the land of Arabia, and the different lands and peoples of the world, we're in crisis, we're not just talking, we're not simply saying that they were backward or undeveloped, of course, they reflected the Science and Learning and Technology, and the politics and the military advancements of the time. that these were hugely successful empires, in terms of culture and civilization, and military power, progress and commerce, wealth and trade, and Science and Learning. But,

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as is the case today,

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man has conquered a lot.

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It's flown to the moon, he plans to fly to Mars.

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He sent His machines

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out into space now even beyond the solar system.

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Man has dived to the depths of the oceans.

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Man has navigated the whole globe

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and subjugated all of the species.

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Man controls the airwaves.

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Man intends to control the climates and weather,

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even the rain and winds.

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Man hopes to even reverse the process of aging.

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And man hopes to conquer death.

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Man has conquered a lot.

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But the one thing he still hasn't conquered is his own soul.

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Man remains as besty or as animalistic.

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As he was before all the Science and Learning and advancements in technology, and this was the case, then there may have been cultured and civilized

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in terms of learning and science and language and trade and commerce.

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But when it came to spirituality and morality, ethics, when it came to being humans, they failed miserably as we are.

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And so the Arabs and the land of Arabia reflect of this reality before the arrival of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam without speaking of the situation elsewhere, just the Arabs themselves when it came to morality,

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they had some idea of nobility, and they had many good characteristics and traits, one shouldn't think that the Arabs were deprived of all good qualities. Now.

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The Arabs had many good characteristics, many brilliant qualities.

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But again, these were wasted because of certain great weaknesses. And this is why Iran wants the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked by the companions of the Allahu anhu, that who amongst us is best,

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who amongst us is the best. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, clear open vilja helia. To hear

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the best the most you injure Ilia in ignorance are the best amongst you.

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And the meaning of this hadith is that those of you who by your very nature and character, possessed good noble qualities. And who exhibited these qualities even in the days of ignorance. Islam would bring about the best in

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this, it will improve even on this.

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So

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the Arabs were endowed with many good qualities, but they were wasted in the presence of other

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hugely detrimental characteristics.

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And as a nation, the Arabs had a number of great weaknesses. In fact, to give you an example, the Arabs were considered wild and ungovernable.

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None of

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The Empire surrounding Arabia wanted to actually rule directly over the Arabs. None of

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the sudden Persian Empire was huge and powerful. And its rival was the Byzantine Roman Empire. These two empires were the superpowers of the time in every way in culture, language learning,

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military power.

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In terms of civilization, these were the two superpowers of the time.

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And yet,

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none of them actually wanted to rule the Arabs directly. What both of them did is, as is

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an age old problem. They use some of the Arabs to control the rest.

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So the society Persian Empire had as their allies and vassals have been left in the north, east and the east of Arabia.

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And the Byzantine Romans had the Spanish, the Byzantine Romans had the Bermuda sun and the blue Dudley, all of these were native Arabs, who lived along the north of Arabia, but will play but who doesn't live, but all of a sudden, but hula, and all of these because of the influence of Byzantine wrong, and even because of Persian influences, had become Christian.

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And so what these two empires did is that they use these Arabs who were to the north of Arabia and closer to their empires, as a kind of buffer zone between them and the wild Arabs of Central Arabia. They were ungovernable.

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And that's how they view them. None of the superpowers laid a direct claim on Arabia. That's how the Arabs were viewed by others, and they themselves, there was no authority, you know, saying no law, no system of law.

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They fought endlessly with each other in internecine warfare, a war of attrition.

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A single feud between two families would be caused by one camel straying into the pasture of another. And that would escalate to a war between clams, eventually tribes.

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And this war, these battles and this war would continue for a whole generation.

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The Arabs when it came to morality, they considered

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people women, they considered women as property and chattel chapter. So much so that a son would inherit as well. his stepmother was his father's wife, not his own blood mother, because father had married other women who were his stepmother, but not his natural mother, a son would actually inherit his stepmother or mother's as property from his father, and this is what the plan refers to. In its prohibition. There were buried some of the tribes, some members of some tribes, not all would bury their daughters alive at birth. When it came to worship, the Arabs had lost the monotheism and the thought he'd have say you're the Nightmare on him at a histogram. So you the nice man.

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Now, even the gather,

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and its presence had been contaminated with the presence of more than 360 idols. every tribe had an idol.

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Every clan had an idol. In fact,

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every home had its own statue.

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And on leaving the home on entering the home in Makkah, Tomoko Rama, especially, and elsewhere as well, the Arabs would pay homage to the statue before leaving the house and upon re entering

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their belief of God of idols of worship was such that one story should illustrate this very clearly. And rather, humorously as well, that the Arabs

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they would,

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in fact, largely relate to it. From one of us harbottle, the librarian who says that we used to worship or all kinds of idols paraphrasing all kinds of idols, we would take one God and we would worship him. Then we'll refound another God, who we felt was better, we'd abandon the first and worship the second

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and in this way, we would continue and

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it's also underrated that the Arabs when they would travel, and they would stop at any location on the journey. It would align some setup

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camp to rest.

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And to feed themselves, the arrows would actually go out and gather four stones.

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The three worst ones, they would use as three stones to rest their

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cauldron or pot onto caulk.

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And the fourth stone which was the best out of the four, they would plant it to one side and actually worship

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craters.

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And then when they would resume their journey and break their camp, they'd abandon the three stones on which they placed their cauldron, and then also abandoned the God that they had worshiped for a day or two, or for a few hours. That was the reality of the Arabs, religion, and their

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view of a law of God. It was in this state so you know, jafra the alarm, who, in the first hedger and immigration to Abyssinia

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was a spokesman for the believers in the court of New Jersey, the negus, the array the episode in Emperor, the story is quite long the ratio sense sent a delegation to the Joshua's courts in our senior so that they could influence him and convince him that these people had emigrated from Makkah, in the fifth year of the Prophet sallallahu. And even some of the calls Islam

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that they were vagabonds troublemakers,

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and that they should be returned to Arabia and refused asylum in Abyssinia. So

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a great gathering took place and a great hearing. The Joshua was very just just as the province of the law while he was on set he was and he, although he had diplomatic and commercial relations with the British, he refused to listen to them until the Muslims had an opportunity to defend themselves. So they appointed Stephen a jack for the alarm as the as their spokesman. And he very succinctly and eloquently and beautifully described their beliefs and the prophets of the law. It was his mission. And by the end of it, the Joshua was left weep.

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And just to quote some of what he said, he said, the sin the church, he told them, he said to them, that what is it she has sought asylum in mainland, and yet what do these

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Arabs of Croatia, say of you, your own kinsmen? They say that you have introduced new religion, which is neither the religion of your forefathers, nor is it our religion since the Joshua was a Christian. So save them out jack for the alarm spoke, and he described the condition of the Arabs before the coming of a sort of loss and the love it was in them. And he mentioned that they would eat carrion, they would bury their that they would, the powerful amongst them would oppress and devour the week, they're committed all manner of sins, they worshipped many gods and idols. And in this lonely state, pursuit of loss and the law legal system came to them and delivered them from

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darkness until

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then he spoke about to them he sadly his salon and his mother met him at a salon. And by the end of it in the Joshua was left weeping. So this was the state of the Arab before the arrival of Allah salallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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when he arrived,

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and when he gave his call to us,

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within a few years, everything changed.

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And when we say within a few years, we shouldn't belittle

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those few years. Today, despite all the wealth, resources, and technology available to humans.

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It takes a very long time

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to achieve many things, despite all the resources, then imagine in Arabia, without any resources, lack of means and lack of resources, lack of ability, lack of manpower.

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And considering the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his own condition, and circumstances, what he the Messenger of Allah achieved in 23 years was remarkable. That was a miracle in itself. He didn't just change the land and the politics of a country. Most importantly, he changed the hearts and the minds of all the people. And to give you an example, the this is how he was a mercy.

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Having stayed in Makkah for 13 years, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam emigrated to Medina, and the reason why he emigrated to Medina, is that the people of Medina themselves approached him and requested them to come to Medina.

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And rule over them preside over them. And the reason they approached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for this is that the condition of Medina which was known as yet, before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam emigrated there was dire Indeed,

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the city of yesterday, prior to its renaming,

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as Medina, was a famous oasis in Arabia, and

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it was populated and settled by many Arabs, and other tribes. There are five main tribes in total, three Jewish tribes and two major Arab tribes. And the strange thing was that these two major Arab tribes known as awesome husbands, were originally one tribe. They were known as one despite being one single tribe. Over the years, feuds and disputes and battles had led to a permanent state of war between the US and the husband.

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And the three remaining Jewish tribes were not left and affected, they joined in. So two of the Jewish tribes allied themselves with one of the Arab tribes, and the other Arab tribe, the Jewish tribe, Allied itself with the other Arab tribe. So now you had a permanent state of war between the five most powerful tribes in the huge settlements of Medina of yesterday.

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And this war was such that it lasted a whole generation, a whole generation, children had been born, grown up and we're now adults, and they were fighting in a war that began long before that.

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And the origins of the of the war had become obscured in history. All they knew now is that they were enemies of each other. And they were at each other's throats. The settlement of this whole city

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was in danger of collapsing altogether. So some of the nobles and wiser leaders of Medina of yesterday when they heard of the messenger, sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam, they approached him.

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And they wanted him to come, they knew of his teachings, they embraced Islam at his hands, and they requested him to come and rule over them in Medina, in order to put a stop to this warfare. And this state of tension in the whole city. province in the law, it was something went also has an edge the two main tribes, they were bitter enemies of one another. And yet it was the compassion and the wrath of the suta la sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that upon his arrival. Within a short time, these the whole warring city of Medina became the at least the Arab tribes of Osama village. Those who embrace Islam amongst them, became one united body of believers. And a law refers to this in the

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sort of added in ROM. We often hear of this verse we many of us know the translation but

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how many of us really know the background to the revelation of this verse? Allah essays? Yeah, Johan levina. Armand de la Hakata party Kiera tomato, Nicola Muslim

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geneon when I was growing up to La La comas quantum either for for being

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here Juana, welcome to Manisha Mina nap for other Caminha because Allah

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Allah says, all believers, be conscious of Allah, as you should be conscious of Him and do not die except as Muslims.

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And hold fast to the rope of Allah all together.

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And do not disperse do not differ amongst yourselves. And remember, Allah has gifts and blessings on you. When you were enemies of one another, then Allah united your hearts.

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And thus you became through his blessing brothers, even though before you were on the edge of a pit of the fire, then Allah saved you and delivered you from it.

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In this way, does Allah make clear His signs to you so that you may find guidance? If we just reflect on these verses, two verses, Allah is actually speaking about the situation in Medina, between the O's and the husband, prior to the arrival of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi Salaam. Imagine how dire the situation must have been. That Allah Himself describes it in the following words when you were enemies of one another

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to you are on the edge of a pit of the fire.

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A lot delivered to you finance. That was a situation in Medina and yet with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, through him through his presence.

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Allah azza wa jal united the same bitter enemies of one another, in such a way that Allah testified to their brotherhood. And Allah said, for a spat, a minute with the heat, Juana that through his blessing, you became breathless. Allah knows the conditions of the heart of the condition of the hearts. And within a short while, the very same people that Allah describes as being bitter enemies on one another on the edge of a pit of a fire. Alarm says they were now breathless, not just in Word, and not just indeed, but indeed by heart.

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And how was that achieved? That was achieved through a sort of loss on the lump. sum them allows mercy elastography and through the compassion and the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Allah says again of sort of Milan for the Moroccan min a la de la, la La Quinta forbidden, illegal and then boom in Holic? First one was the film Masha.

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So the end of the verse, a lot of dressing the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, it was through some mercy,

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that you were lenient and soft towards them, ie the companions.

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Had you been fuck been harsh of tongue leaving heart of hearts.

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If had you been harsh of tongue, really the heart of hearts, lungs, boom in whole neck, they would have all dispersed and scattered from around.

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Meaning, again, what I mentioned about the situation of the Arabs, they were considered by others and the superpowers of their time as being a Wild Bunch of Bedouin ungovernable.

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And

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the Arabs were fiercely independent. Without that. They were proud warriors or a warrior nation, proud warriors, and fiercely independent, they would not accept anyone else to rule of.

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Even the superpowers of the time couldn't achieve that.

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And that's evidence in many tribal societies fiercely independent.

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And the same Arabs are fiercely independent, whom the super powers could not control or rule directly at the time

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of the law and even some, one man, one individual, brought them together and united them in such a miraculous way. How did he achieve, he achieved it not through force of parallel arms, nor through bribes and wealth.

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He changed and transformed their hearts and mind through the sheer force of his personality and the compassion of his carrot and his

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and Allah testifies to that phobia. Mara met him in a lucky lynnderella it was through a lot some of the laws mercy that you were soft and lenient towards them, towards the companions, had you behaved with them any differently? Had you O Messenger of Allah, being harsh of tongue hardened heart, these Arabs would have never remained around, they would have dispersed quickly, they would have scattered they would have fled from Iran.

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And yet, how's How about have the Allahu clung on to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he won, he won over their hearts and their minds through the compassion of his character and through the Ratner which Elian placed.

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This is why he himself said, Allah says of him out of some

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other means alameen and we have not sent you but as a mercy for all the worlds he himself said the same about himself in an era to ban on how humanism was developed from see you the night of the Allah one. He says the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and our amateur mahadasha I am a mercy gifted IE to mankind.

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He was the embodiment of nurse and his compassion is wasn't just for his companions.

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It wasn't just for his group. It wasn't just for the believers. It was for the non believers all.

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It was for adults for children. His very character was one of unbelievable

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and to give a perfect example so you then are under some nomadic or the alarm.

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When a law says had you been harsh of tongue or harder heart, they would have scattered and dispersed from around you they would have fled allies not speaking of the adults

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his behavior was consistent. This is one of the reasons why he had so many wives, the wives reveal to the oma, his character, his behavior, his privacy,

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his life at home, so that the man would learn from him. And the one remarkable thing about his wives, is that it's not just one way, not just two, not just three. But all of the wives who have narrated anything about his life at home, and about his personality and character, are all united in one thing, which is, and this is one other miraculous aspect of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his conduct his character, and his behavior was no different in the privacy of his home than it was in the full view of the world and the public. He was inside as he was.

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In the darkest hours of the night, he was as he was, in the brightest moments of the day.

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In privacy or in public pursuit, Allahu salaatu, wa Salaam, his character remain the same. His deeds, his character, his behavior, what consistent.

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You mentioned,

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about any one person,

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no matter how popular, how powerful, how good,

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how famous.

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Everyone has their sequence. Everyone has their embarrassments. Everyone has their indiscretions.

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Everyone has their skeletons.

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And no matter what people may think of a person outside, every individual is actually able to maintain to sustain a facade a certain impression.

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We all go to the machine.

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How difficult is it to keep a face to adopt a certain posture and character, a certain demeanor at work in the machine in public for a few hours for a few months. And then when we return home, to remove that cloak, and to remove that mask,

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and to relax, and to regress to our original behavior, and our real character.

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Mice outside aligns at home.

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Cowards outside are bullies at home. Those who are silent, meek, outside, are loud and aggressive, a home

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family members loved ones often see a change in character.

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And this is why it's sad of those who are personality disorders. But it's almost as though those who know them very well are speaking about a totally different person

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than what others know them to be, like two different personalities. And yet, the loss of the law legal system at home.

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It was exactly the same as he was outside. It was the same with adults as he was with children.

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And that's remarkable. Look, I'll see you then I understand, nomadic or your loved one. How does he speak of the prophets of Allah, Allah himself?

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He says,

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from a number of different narrations. He says I serve the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for 10 years and moderation he says I was eight years old. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to Medina.

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My mother took him took me to the Messenger of Allah, Allah Himself almost Elaine. And she said O Messenger of Allah. There is no man or woman in Medina who has not given you a gift upon your arrival.

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The Messenger of Allah, I have no gift to offer you. But here is my son,

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and us taken as your attendance as your servants. He will wait upon you and He will run your errands.

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use him as you wish in your service,

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and sort of monocle the alarm essays. I then served the prophets of Allah for 10 whole years.

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In those 10 whole years, never once did he say off to me.

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As a child, never once did he say often, his mother had given him to him and said, use him as you wish, as a pageboy as an attendant as a servant, as an errand boy, he will serve you he will wait upon me

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how did he treat?

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You say he's How would you

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Everywhere you may look at him when he was a child. He was an attendant. He was like a servant in the house. It was like a young boy in person who ran errands. And yet how was he treated? Not dismissively, not contemptuous, never berated, never criticized, never shouted out, never interrogated or questioned. Law hook but he says, I serve the profits of the law. It wasn't for 10 years in those 10 years, never once did he say off. off

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and off was an expression of exasperation. Probably alarm It was never didn't just never get angry with him. He never even expressed frustration with

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never even set off. And not only that, under sort of radical the alarm rang continues. He says

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he never asked me once. Why didn't you do some this for something I should have done? And never did? He asked me even once. Why did you do this was something I shouldn't.

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And one duration he says, never in 10 years, did he even frown or scowl

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in 10 years? A lot more but imagine

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that was his behavior that was his mercy and compassion with a child

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and with adults

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even with non Muslims

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not just his alma but others.

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of his alma he was so humble.

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He says in academic later Bye mom would have been humbling as Muslim Imam Abu Dawood in his sermon from See you then as a man of Farsi of the Allah and

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he says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and pray, addressing Allah

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He said, Oh Allah

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au Maharaja lemon

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syrup to sabotage our land to learn it and feel

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for him, I mean, will they add them available come out you

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waiting

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for jalahalli, him Salatin Yeoman

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praying to Allah He said Allah.

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If there is any men of mine, that I have verbally abused, even once, sub two sub better even once or that I have cursed even once

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in my anger, then Allah, I am one of the sons of God and one of the children of Adam. I get angry just as they get.

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So maybe in my moment of anger, I've cursed someone I've verbally abused someone.

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Then he continues and as the batalla we're in the morass, then you're not allowed. I mean, you have only sent me as a mercy for all the worlds so therefore our law if I have abused anyone, or cursed anyone in my anger for Jan her and even Salatin, Yama, Yama, then make this curse of mine or this a bit verbal abuse of mine. Make it a means of prayer and forgiveness for them on the day of

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Muslim Rahmatullah. Here they relate to it from say the name of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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the believers asked him to curse the pagans.

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So he gave them a certain reply. And prior to mentioning the Hadeeth, let me give you the because of the heavy thrust, so he Muslim doesn't mention the backdrop, let me give you the backdrop to the to this particular incident. When did this happen? It was actually on the day of the Battle of

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the Muslims initially scored a victory.

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But then,

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after the first wave of success, because of the failure of some of the companions to fully act on the instructions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Muslims suffered a setback. And in that setback, after the initial victory, there was confusion.

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And the Muslims began retreat.

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And they were caught in a pincer attack

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by the, from the by the machine again by the pagans of Makkah, from both the front and the back. As a result, there was confusion the Muslims began retreating, dispersing and scattering, even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had to make strategic retreats, and very few companions remained with him.

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And on that occasion, because of the confusion, there were rumors that the prophets of the law passed away.

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And, but he hadn't passed away but he had been injured. He was actually injured in that battle and blood flow from his novel party.

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On that occasion, in that state of fear of Mayhem, of confusion of retreats,

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of companions for rolling around the believers, of many being martyred of the Noble Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself being wounded

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in such a perilous state, some of the most some of the companions in their desperation, set to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or messenger of Allah curse the machine again, the prophets and this is a Muslim, related from Allah and he says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked by some of the Muslims to curse them, we should again the pagans, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his reply, in that state, in the Battle of offered in those conditions was as follows. He said,

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in the limo, Uber, Atlanta, we're in the Middle East, I have not been sent as one to curse, rather, I have only been sent as a mess, in the Battle of art in that state in those conditions. That was the background that

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that was the compassion and the mercy of a sort of law, and the law and even some younger old.

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And there's very beautiful story that illustrates this. It's a story of a man with the law, or the law. The mountain north of the lava was one of the leaders of hanifa tribe of nudged in the eastern parts, or to say the north eastern part of Arabia.

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And the region was known as the Imam.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one center capital Cavalry Regiment in that direction, and

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they returned with a thermometer

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as a captive, and he was one of the leaders of your man.

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One of the great leaders

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so when they brought him as captive, he was tied. This is a heavy thing. He was tied to a pillar in the

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province of the love it who seldom came out.

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And when he passed by him, he said to him, yeah, for Mama marinda ortho Mama, what do you have? What do you have to say? So for mamas reply was

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young women remember he wasn't a Muslim. So being tied up, he was so confident, because he came from a very powerful tribe.

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And the region of your mama was very fertile. Rich.

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It was actually the breadbasket for Makkah, and many of the areas.

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So Samantha northall said, Yeah, Mohammed Mohammed.

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In ductal, ductal that, remember he was fastened and tied up, and yet he spoke with such force and confidence. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, yeah, for Mama maindeck ortho Mama, what do you have? What do you have to say? So for Mama northvale said, Yeah, Mohammed, in taccone, talk to them. If you kill me, you will kill a man of blood, meaning there will be retribution. I'm a leader. My tribe is powerful. They will not forgive this blood.

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And they will be obliterates. And they will retaliate. And they will avenge my blood. So he said, Yeah, Mohammed and Tony told Adam only if you kill me, you slay amount of blood in him to him and Ashoka.

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And if you are graceful and favorable to me and show me a favor, then you will show grace and favor to someone who will be grateful

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when three them waiting for it, man. And if you seek wealth for Selma [???], then ask whatever you want. You're so confident that you can have all the wealth you want. So he gave three replies. If you kill me, you will kill a man of blood. If you are if you show me a favor, you will show favorites, someone who will be grateful. And if you want wealth, then ask whatever you want. You will get profitable and love it was to the left and tied up. The next day he passed by. And he said to him, yeah, so Mama. Oh, mama, what do you have to say?

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So for my maternal or third or the alarm said,

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Yeah, Mohammed. I say to you what I said to you yesterday, in domain

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if you show favor, you will show favor to one who is grateful

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interesting points here. Yesterday, he said three things. If you kill me, you will kill a man of blood.

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If you show favor, you will show favorites, someone who is grateful.

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And if it's wealth you want, then ask whatever you want, you will receive today.

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One day later, just a day later, when asked the same question, he doesn't mention two of the things he only mentions one. He says in his head, oh, Mohammed, I say to you what I said to you yesterday, in the meeting room at Ashoka. If you shall favor you will show a favor to someone who is grateful. But he said two other things yesterday. Why didn't you repeat them? He said, If you kill me you will kill a man of blood.

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And if you want wealth, and ask whatever you want,

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because in a single day, with the comings and goings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam observing closely, his behavior, his demeanor, his character, the way he carried himself, the way he conducted himself with his companions, seeing the Muslims and most of them the Viva La it was on them, he realized two things with conviction and certainty. One This is not a normal human being to three things. Number two, I said to him, if you will kill me, you will kill a man of blood. He was convinced that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not have it in his nature and character to them.

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And he said the day before he offered wealth, within a day, he realized this is not a man of this world, who wants wealth. And that's why on the second day, he merely he said, Oh, Mohammed,

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I say to you what I said yesterday, which is he knew that he does not want wealth. He knew that he would never kill him.

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He said, Oh Mohammed, I say to you what I said yesterday in Dunedin told him Allah Shaka, if you show favor, you will show favorites, someone who is grateful prophets of Allah and he suddenly left. Third day he passed by him, and he said, mama, what do you have to say?

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Is that Mohammed? I say to you what I said yesterday, he didn't say a word more.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to the companions release,

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they released.

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He went out to the masjid, to Palm Grove,

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an area of trees, palm trees, and there were there were some water. He did also he Bay. And then he returned to the machine

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and in front of the companions, who stood before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam, and he said, Mohammed, before this day, Elisa, Mojave, and many others have recorded this. He said before this day, there was no face on the surface of the earth, which was more resented and detestable to me than your face.

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But today, of all the faces on the surface of the earth, yours as the most benefits

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are Mohammed before this day, there was no religion on Earth, that was more detestable to me, then your religion. But this day, of all the religions on Earth, yours is the most beloved to me. Oh, Mohammed, before this day, there was no city no land on earth on the surface of the earth, that was more resented to me, more detestable to me than your land. But this day, your land and your city is the most beloved to me of all the lands on Earth. I declare a shadow Allah either in the law, what sort of law I declare that there is no god except to learn that you are last messenger. Then he said, O Messenger of

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when your men captured me, I had already made an intention to perform.

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And I was making preparations. Remember, the Arabs continued with their traditional hedge, even though many of it contain much of their many of their rights were incorrect and had

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taints of polytheism and shidduch So he said, Oh prophets, Allah love it. So when your men captured me, I had already made an intention I had made preparations to do.

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So what do you advise me to do? So the prophets of the love it was send them so continue fulfill your intention and gone forth?

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So, thermometer masala the alarm went to me.

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When he arrived in Makkah, honey perform the ombre operation since he was a lead from your man.

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Quraysh surrounded him, not with a hostile intention. But when they met him, and they received him because he was a noble man, he was a chief.

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They

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Learn that he had become a Muslim. So they said to him, Oh, mama, have you become a heathen also? Have you become a heathen also with Muhammad? So he said, No, I have not become a heathen. I have become a Muslim with a messenger.

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And then he said to them, listen to me. Remember I said earlier that your mom was very fertile region. A lot grew there, including weeds. And it was like a kind. It was kind of breadbasket for Mugu and the other regions. So thermometer waterfowl said to the fish, he said listen to me alone. Imagine if

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he said listen to me.

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From now on,

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not a single grain of wheat will come to you in Makkah, unless the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam grants permission to do so.

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single grain of wheat boycotts, no supply of wheat, or grain or any produce from the fertile region, agricultural region of the Americas.

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So all supplies stopped for mountain North are returned to Mr.

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Quraysh began to suffer

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because they relied on the grain and the properties of your mother. They were in a state of war with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and yet they sent a message to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying, oh, Mohammed Abdullah sama, one of your followers

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has established a boy camps and he is preventing all produce and grain from coming to Makkah from your man.

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prophets Allah Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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actually sent word from out of northa and interceded on behalf of the Quraysh and said to the Mama, I intercede on behalf of the Quran, release the supplies to

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and he was on the instruction of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that thermometer continued to send supplies and allowed the supply of grain and produce to continue to

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imagine in a state of war, he interceded on behalf of the Quraysh even though the moment of northa defiantly declared to them, then that's a single grain of wheat will come unless prophets of Allah it or cinnamon out.

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That's how he was even with the machine even with the pagans of his day. And these are authentic narrations story this is a hadith from

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another heading,

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which describes the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his compassion, his character how he was urashima Allah say Roma awesome market.

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And we have not century but as a mercy for the world. This is a demonstration of His mercy

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appalled me, Isar Mr. Mahajan to learn more about me back to LA era Who says I met the companion Abdullah Mohammed a grouse?

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So I said to him

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widney

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sympathy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a fedora

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that, oh Abdullah, informed me Tell me of the description of the Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam in the Torah.

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What is he referring to before continuing with the Hadith? There's a very there's a set of verses and sort of an ad off which are very beautiful.

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Allah says, and I begin from the middle of the verse, what happened with us that Coalition for October hi Linda de una cerca de

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la saison. My Mercy encompasses all things. So I will register and record and write this mercy and decree it. For those who are conscious of the law, and who gives the car

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and those who believe in our silence.

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Who are the law continues to describe them. And the Vini owner Rasulullah navia me under the age of

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those who follow

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that unless the prophets and messengers

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whom they find written

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and registered by them. For the right we'll in G in the Torah and in the

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in the Torah and in the Gospel.

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And what this verse refers to is that the description of the

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Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and the prophecy of is coming with His signs and his character and characteristics and his noble attributes. All of this was recorded and registered and revealed to the earlier prophets and recorded and registered in their scriptures. Including the thought Ah,

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this is why Allah say is quoting so you're going to Isa la hisar in sort of stuff we've called

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in noodle su la la, come on them have a Minotaur Ah,

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Sunni, yet even back to school admin, that will children, the ISA Alayhi Salam said, our children of Israel, indeed I on laws, messenger T, I come to affirm and ratify that which came before me of that the law, and I come to give you glad tidings of a messenger who shall come after me, whose name will be met.

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So his description, his characteristics, his prophecy, the prophecy of his arrival, all of this as mentioned the earliest scriptures, and that's why Allah mentions again elsewhere in the Quran

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that they know him, just as they know their son.

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They knew the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well as they knew their sons. They knew of His signs, his characteristics, his attributes. So I pulled me aside and says, I met Abdullah last. And I said to him, what law mentions in the Quran in surah paragraph I'm paraphrasing that his description in the Torah What is his description? So the words of the hadith of ARIA Nikita Abdullah have normative last for Allah

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Torah. I met him to live and I saw him Tell me of the description of the messenger in the bar. So I'm delighted. I'm delighted to answer the alarm, said, of course, will lie in the hall Mr. Su from Fedora to be back the civet II feel caught on by Allah He the Messenger of Allah is described in the Torah with some of his description as is to be found in the Quran.

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Since Abdullah Mohammed Al Asad studied the scriptures

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and learned of them from from others. And what was his description, the Hadees continues, Abdullah said in the Torah, it's mentioned what I mentioned in the corner, and this is description. Yeah, you know, you have some naksha hidden overshadow one of the

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first of all, he quotes a verse of sorts, that will messenger indeed we have sent you

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as a witness as a giver of glad tidings and

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as a wall. Then he says he continues with his description to be found in the thora Wahhabism the mean and the Abdi were assumedly Some may token

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later before then what are leaving what are

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what are you trying to say? Yeah, what are you?

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What are you

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up with? He will

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be a guru La ilaha illallah wa, tada renea, Dunham, Summa? Well,

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these are the words of delight. Your lover, Nkrumah says that indeed he is described with in the thought or with some of his description of the

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Messenger of Allah Indeed, we have century as a witness on a warner and a giver of glad tidings and a warner

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and as a fortress and a security for the unlettered people.

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You are my servant and my messenger. I have named you the Reliant and trusting one.

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Neither harsh of tongue or heart of hearts, and neither one to shout or raise his voice in the markets.

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He does not repel or require evil with evil. Rather, he overlooks excuses and for gifts,

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and Allah will never

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reclaim him, I take him away from the world, until Allah straightens through him, the bent way of the religion.

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In that people begin to say, there is no god except Allah. And Allah will not reclaim him and take him away until with his religion.

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Allah opens up blind eyes, deaf ears, and sealed hearts. So this is a description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Torah.

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And indeed, that's how he was and that's how people knew him even before they embraced Islam.

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And that's why another very famous

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story of zaidan was on the head of the alarm. so remarkable story, recorded by Mantovani and in one of his managing and also by Mr. arason. In his Allah had an affair and one of the 30

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a combination of the two narrations. I'll relate the story as follows. They are delighted with saddam rhodiola and was a Jewish rabbi, before he embraced Islam. And when he embraced Islam, became one of the closest learned followers of the prophets of the law it was. So he actually narrates the story. So a Jewish rabbi Abdullah Abdullah lightness Alam, who was a Jewish rabbi, he relates the story of another Jewish rabbi whose name was Ada Hassan, Medina.

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zaidan Messiah, of the Allah and

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he likes to embrace Islam, but how did he embrace this was a story they didn't know. So I'm delighted that Ramsay's zaidan Asana had studied the scriptures, and was studying the person and the personality and character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And he said to himself that I find

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every single quality and characteristic that has been mentioned are the promised prophets in our scriptures to be present and evidence in Mohammed, the son of Abdullah, except for to

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every single sign and characteristic I find in him, except for

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the two characteristics which are mentioned in our scriptures, by which we will identify the promised final messenger

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I haven't yet to see in him. And those two characteristics and qualities are one,

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that his forbearance and patience overcomes

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any ignorance shown.

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And to the more ignorance that is shown to him, the more patience and forbearing he becomes.

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So he said, I want to see if these two qualities were also to be found. And

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so I began drawing close to him in order to study him. And I would seek opportunities of being able to observe him. So I said, One day, I approached him,

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I was close by, when he came out of his house with Allah, you know, be thought of his son in law idea of the law.

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And just then, so it was only a little the Allahu Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I was close by observing and listening. Just then arriver came and said, Oh prophets of Allah, I come from such and such an area that a tribe has embraced Islam just recently, but they have been struck by famine and droughts, and there is starvation. So a messenger of Allah, I fear, that they may become disillusioned, and in their despair, they may turn away from the religion. So is there anything that you can give me to help them and provide for them? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turned to the online and said to him early, the produce and the harvest from the origin of

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such and such a person? Is there anything remaining of that? So I'd either the Allah said, No or messenger of Allah, there is nothing remaining, since he intended to take some of that, and give it to this betterman rider so that he could return to that tribe with some provisions. So they the mu song that says that, then I realized that this was my opportunity, and I seized it. So I came forward. And I said, Oh, one minute,

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if I give you

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some wealth and money now,

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on the understanding, that you will

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give me the harvest of

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such and such an orchard,

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when it ripens when the time comes, so I give you the payments now and you can give me the harvest later the property is later. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, not that particular orchard, but I will give you your properties. So they agreed. So they did masala says I opened my purse and I took out all the gold dinars that I had, in one direction. Spencer mentioned the head at the Nars and he gave them to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam AT Gold sovereigns. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took the gold sovereign sovereigns and gave them to the Bedouin and said use this and set the alarm and they use them for provisions for that particular tribe. zaidan

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lucerna says I then waited for the time of the harvest and before not on the day of our agreement, but a few days before our

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agreements. I went to claim my debts from the province of the law. It was Sunday. So he deliberately went before time.

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He says, I approached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was returning from a funeral, and he had his companions with him. And he was about to sit down rest against the wall. Just before that I approached him, in the midst of his companions, a whole group, I approached him. And in one narration, he says, I grabbed his collar.

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One, he grabbed the mental and the cloak of the messenger, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam, and violently pulled it, so much so that it came off as noble back the Kotler the cloak. And then he said, I grabbed his collar, and I twisted it, grabbed his collar and twisted it.

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And he said, Oh, Mohammed,

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where is my money? What is my properties? I know you,

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all of you sons of Abdulmutallab, referring to the whole clan of Abdullah Palin, he said, all of you sons of Abdulmutallab, I know you very well, because I have lived amongst you. And I have observed you, and I've learned about you, all of you sons of abdomen, are notorious for never repaying your debts.

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So where is my debt? Where is my projects that you promised?

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That the duration says that say that your loved one was standing close by, and he was trembling in rage? The words of the head he thought that

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he was spinning?

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No, no, I'll explain to you what the what the words mean. He was spinning

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gandel filicudi rockenfeller Kilmister de meaning his shoulders were trembling.

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And spinning as though he was going to fill it in most of the eve around round object. Alex, if you imagine a round object, and if you spin it, what happens? It's when it spins, and it's about to settle on the floor. It moves in that manner. True.

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Or not spinning on its axis. But when it's about if you take a coin, and you flip the coin that spins, initially, it's rotating and spinning on its axis. But then when it's about to when it's loses momentum, and it's about to fall, what you notice that instead of spinning like that, it does this before finally settling. So the narrator of the Hadith says Abdullah Salaam, that say that babila on his shoulders and his arms was spinning in that manner, like around objects about to settle out of sheer anger, and then hit the ceiling of the alert and roared and said you. He said if it wasn't for the messenger of love By Allah, it splits your skull into two.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Satan, himself says that all the while that a lot of the alarm was roaring, and threatening him in that manner. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was calmly looking at the alarm and smiling.

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And he said to him, oh, imagine the man had just insulted him in front of all of his companions in that manner,

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brushed himself against him, pulled his cloak and mantle off him

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wrong and twisted his collar violently abused him and his whole clan.

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And the Prophet similar love it who seldom was looking for love and smiling. And listen to the words he said, he never said anything to zaidan wasana he said to model the love or something other than this, what we both require is not for you to say this. What we both require is for you to say something other than this, or what I what we both need, is for you, to tell me to repay my debt, and for you to tell him to request his debt in a good

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something other than that, so what we don't need this, what we need is for you to tell me to repay my debt, and for him to tell him to reclaim his debt or to claim his debt in a good manner. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to

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say that a lot of the a lot, Omar, go with him and repay his debt, and then save him something that left because obviously they had to collect the project from a different area.

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Then the profit some of the love and even some summon or the alarm, and he said to him, oh, I'm gonna give him 20 sar extra 20 sar, as I mentioned repeatedly in the guitar was guitar

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and guitar Massara. Sorry, it was a mess.

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It wasn't a weight. Remember, sorry, it wasn't a weight. It was a measure.

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It wasn't wasn't it was gain, it was a measurement.

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So it was a cup.

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So it was five mud and mud was a cup. So sorry, it wasn't a weight, it was a measurement. So the Arabs used to trade in dates as a measurement rather than weight. So I'm sorry, if one side is equivalent, approximately two, three and a half kilograms. 3.5 kilograms. So 20 sorry, given 20 extra 70 extra kilograms of dates. And why is that a woman? Give him 20 side extra for you having terrified him.

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Give him 20 sorry, extra for you having terrified. So say the number of the alarm went

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when they met at that place for him to be paid, see the amount of the alarm, gave him the dates. And then he gave him 20 extra.

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So he said, What's this?

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So I'll say that a lot of the times that the Messenger of Allah told me to give you 20 extra for having terrified.

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So Satan was saying I said to him, Do you know why I

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say that one of the alarm said no. Why?

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So instead, I'm saying, so say that I might have the alarm set. Zaid who says David mazarin.

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So I'm gonna have the alarm had heard of him before because he was a rabbi, famous Jewish rabbi. She said zeta.

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zeta musalman, the rubber? He said, Yes. So he said, How could you speak to the Messenger of Allah in that manner? You are a man of learning. You are a Jewish sage and a rabbi. How could someone of your caliber speak to the Messenger of Allah?

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So see, the number of the alarm was shot, he thought maybe it's just a better than being a learned person, and someone of the caliber and the famous Edelman Soren, who say that a lot of the alarm had not recognized in person but had certainly heard of him. She said, zaven sorona, Allah hit the sage, the rabbi's said yes. So how could you being a person of your caliber and your learning and your standing speak to the Messenger of Allah in that manner, then Zeeland was thrown out of the alarm, who said,

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there's a reason for that. He said, I had studied our scriptures. And I was studying the person of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And I realized that every characteristic that has been mentioned in the prophecy of the final messenger was to be found in him except for two. And those two characteristics were one his forbearance overcomes and ignorance shown to him. And the more ignorance that's shown to him, the more forbearing and patience and wiser he becomes, she said, I wanted to ascertain and see these two characteristics for myself. So all of this I did as a ploy to see and to witness and to ascertain and determine these two characteristics and the messenger and

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then said, Omar, I am I bear witness that there is no god except Allah, and that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is messenger. It'll be it'll be la Harada will be Medina, or Mohammed in la sala. He actually mentioned these words that I am content with. Allah has a lord, with Islam as a religion and with the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a messenger of Allah is to take me to the Messenger of Allah and Alma, I'm a pure witness that I have great wealth, half of my wealth this day I donate to the footer of the Muslims. Then he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and declared Islam that seems either to your loved one. As they say for Hassan Islam,

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Islam was good became good, and he did not survive for very long because he died in one of the battles as a Shaheed.

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He was a Jewish rapper. That story beautifully illustrates what the urn mentions what the Hadeeth mentions, did not the in the scriptures in the Torah from the Hadith, I'm delighted I'm gonna ask, isn't it mentioned later, but something what I believe neither is the harsh of tongue or heart of hearts, and what I had found to say to say, well, we have failed, and he does not require and repel evil with evil Rather, he overlooks excuses, and forgives, that is exactly what's mentioned in the Torah was reported, and it was at the heart of the law and had seen in the Scriptures, and that he had tested the prophets of the law it was

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that's how he was at a sort of law haze and that was set out for everyone.

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And not just for the Muslims, and not just to individuals but to all groups of people. Allah mentions in sortable and

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That the prophets presence was a deterrent for the punishment of Allah.

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Allah says, Well Mark can lovingly add the Bahama and the fee him.

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And Allah is not one to punish them as long as you are amongst ie the

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oma canon law

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room, and a lot he's not wanting to punish them as long as they continue to do is to fart and seek forgiveness. This is the power of a stick far in this one verse like quakes is the far

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with the presence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a tyrant, or punishment for punishment. Of course, they're not equated What I mean is a law says about the operation Allah will not punish them as long as you are present amongst them, and Allah will not punish them as long as they continue to seek forgiveness.

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So he was a blessing and his presence was a deterrent for punishment, and it saved and protected the machine again despite what they were doing.

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He was nervous.

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And not only for the machine, but even for the minority in the hypocrites in pseudo Toba Allah subhanho wa Taala the quotes the hypocrites of Medina

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and the Quran says

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amin, hula de Luna nebia.

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And there are those amongst them ie the people of Medina. I mean the hypocrites who hurt and trouble the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and say insultingly of him, we have worn What are them, he is soft of air.

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And what's the meaning of soft air? It is credulous, he believes anything

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yeppoon what they say softer ear that he believes anything. So the hypocrites. They began to taunt and obviously not publicly or in front of him, but amongst themselves, they began to taunt the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and describing has been soft of character, soft as a person, even softer air,

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as a warrior nation, and as

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being the people they were,

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they obviously valued hardness and aggression.

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And in contrast, they saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, then have accused him of being a coward, but his demeanor, his behavior, his character, the way he carried himself was so noble. And he was so soft, that the hypocrites actually use that to taunt him.

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And they said, his softer ear also and the meaning of softer ear is that he believes anything, anything anyone says to him, he believes them, and he's credulous and indeed that's what the hypocrites would do. They'd go to him and they'd lie, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would he

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wouldn't say anything. A lot tests the believers. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from the book, a lot already informed him on the journey

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Yata Runa la comida Jackson anything

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that hypocrites will come to you, and they will present their excuses for having not joined you on this expedition.

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So, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he returned, the words of the Quran are fulfilled. The hypocrites came to him and they said all manner of things to him, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam listened to every one of them. didn't say a word to them. But the bit there were three believers who had failed to join the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on expedition, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't hear them. They were tested for their repentance. That's another story. So the hypocrite said he is softer err. He believes anything anyone tells him and he's courageous prophets Allah subhanho wa Taala essays. Do you know why? We have Luna Odin and they say

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he is softer ear, although Hayden Lacan say he is softer in seeking Good for you.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam maravilla a lot of it was not unintelligent. He was not unaware. He was alert. More alerts than any human being could be. more intelligent than any human being could be more aware than any human being could be. But despite his awareness and his alertness, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his compassion, in his forgiveness, he overlooked and always seeking the best. He accepted anything that anyone told him if it meant good for them.

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And if it meant good for the believers, and even for the hypocrites, we have

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been lucky.

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You know Billa when you mean Latina woman Coronavirus continues. He believes in Allah and he trusts

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Believe

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it trust the believers.

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And most importantly, what happened to Linda, Dina, is a mercy for those believers, those of you who aren't believers, he was a mercy for everyone, including the believers. How was he a mercy for the believers in sort of the law mentions

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of Solomon and as easily moronic, hurry.

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For him, indeed a messenger has come to you.

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From amongst you,

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as easily humor and whatever you suffer, bears down heavily on him. He's from LA come, he is desirous of your welfare and your interest Minato for him, he is compassionate and merciful to the believers. This is a description of the Messenger of Allah. That's exactly how he was

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with his oma with the believers,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself declared in sort of law says, and maybe you're all having money in Him and for Him, the prophets is closer to the believers than their own souls. And indeed,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loved the believers more than they can love themselves.

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And he was concerned and showed more compassion for the believers, then they can be concerned and they can actually show compassion to themselves. And a beautiful example.

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We always want to give we always want to take rather than give prophets Allah never wants to take you're always wanting to give a perfect example is

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his head inflatable. Mm hmm. He says mammal hygrometer largely relates from the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He made an announcement with the following words.

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And at all I've been watching him and forcing him quoting the verse of sorts.

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But I am closer to the believers in their own souls.

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Now, when we look at that verse, how do we see it? We see to mean that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is closer to the believers in their own souls. That is, they should love him more than they love them selves. So we look at it from our angle,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it would have been in his personal interest to look at it from that angle, if he wasn't imposter. maravilla. He could have said, Look, the Quran says you have to love me more than you love yourselves. But he was messenger LA. So he never looked at anything from his perspective,

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with his interest in mind with his interest in view, rather, he looked at it with the interest of the believers.

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So when he looked at this verse, what did he say this is what he announced, he said,

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I am closer to the believers than their own souls. So from now on,

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whenever any believer dies, and he leaves behind wealth, that wealth is for his inheritors and successes and finally,

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but if he leaves behind the debts,

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then because I'm closer to the believers in their own souls, I will take care of

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whoever leaves behind the depths, I will take care of him. If he leaves behind wealth, his wealth is for his family.

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Law.

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This is how he was

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Muslim right with the law here they relate to peaceful

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about the profits of the law leaves concern for his own

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forementioned Hadeeth

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of my Muslim I mentioned that they had

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a Muslim both relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said nikolina being that was the job. Well read and study that with

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every province has a do a prayer, which is always

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and we know from other have eaten from the verses of the Quran, that all the prophets have expired there are because they used

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continues in this study

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and I wish to

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reserve my accepted

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so that with it

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I may intercede on behalf of my alma in the hereafter.

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And Mr. Muslim African law he relates headings in history from the same Abdullah and I'm gonna go

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So the next beautiful heading, he says once a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recited the verse of sort of Ibrahim in which a lot quotes Ibrahim alayhis salam, where he prayed to Allah with the words, probably in the home of London the theorem in a nurse for them to be an effect in a woman knee on an assignment for him. Oh my lord, this is Ibrahim alayhis salam praying, Oh my Lord, indeed they the idols have led astray many

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of the people.

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So Allah, whoever of the people follows me he is off me.

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Woman Aslan and whoever are the people disobeyed me. Ibrahim alayhis salam did not pray against them or curse them. rather he prayed to Allah with the words whoever follows me is not me. And whoever disobeyed me for in the cook of food or Rahim, then I will lie indeed you are the most forgiving most mess.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam read the verse of Superman in which a lot of quotes what say you're gonna marry him and he was saddam will say, on the day of reckoning.

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And what he said he said I'm saying, on the day of reckoning the law quote, some sort of matter, the prophets Allah Allah hiding some recited this verse in the boom for him.

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When Duffin lung for in the contract says,

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Oh my Lord, if you punish them, then after all, they are Your servants, if you forgive them, that indeed you're all mighty or wise. So both prophets prayed for the forgiveness of that. having read these two verses, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his hand and began weeping with the words Almighty Almighty, my mama.

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So Djibouti alayhis salam was summoned by Allah. And he said to him, Audrey, go on, ask Mohammed, even though your Lord knows best, what makes him weep. So Djibouti really is the man came to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said, Oh, Mohammed, your Lord asks, even though your Lord knows best, what makes you weep? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, my, my man, should be released and I'm going back to Allah relayed the information to him. Allah subhanho wa Taala said to him, Oh, God, go back to Mohammed and inform him that in nursing all of the GFI motyka will an assault walk, we will make you happy and content in your armor, and we will not hurt you in your

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sadita Muslim, and this is mentioned in the Quran while in Sorrento, bajawa, salviati, campaka Fatah that that's, and your LORD shall give you until you are content, the beautiful story about this season of your life. And

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even what are the ways to learn it relates to Mr. Cedar and so to others. That's only the alarm. And when he went to Iraq, he addressed the people of Iraq and he said to them, or people of Iraq,

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in the, in the, indeed the most hopeful verse, in your view in the entire course.

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And then he cited the verse of sort of dissolve,

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that indeed, the most hopeful verse, the verse that gives you people in Iraq the most hope than the poor, and is it at the end of the unit for Allah and forcing law to morality law, in the law?

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in

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that verse that gives you the most hope in the Koran is the one which Allah says, say, all my servants, who have transgressed against themselves, do not despair of the mercy of

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Indeed Allah forgives all sins.

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Indeed, he is most forgiving, Most Merciful. But so people are Iraq. The verse that gives me the most help in the entire book is the verse of salt of the highway. Allah says, What are so for your book of Fatah and soon your LORD shall give you until you are content and the prophets of Allah will never be content until every member of his ummah has been forgiven.

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That was the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. Not only was he

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a personification and embodiment of mercy, but his Sharia his teachings were also

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and he came to relieve the amount of its burden, and not just the man, but the whole world. That's why Allah mentions in that verse of sort of paragraph, which I mentioned earlier, the beginning, those who follow the unlettered messenger and prophets who was mentioned they find in the law and in the NGO obey them

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yet, roof way and hung

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up but we have Mr. lay him on his way.

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He

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joins the good to them and forbids them from evil.

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He makes lawful for them the good and pure things that makes lawful for them the impure things.

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We saw him

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and he removed from them, they're bad. What I've learned that he cannot lay him and the shackles that bound.

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Indeed, this is the reality of the Sunnah and the teachings of the message some of the lives of his teachings, and the teaching of the Koran that he brought, are not a burden.

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He came and he brought upon him to relieve the people of that to remove the burden off the people, not just the arrows but the whole world.

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His teachings and the teachings of the Quran that he brought, are not meant to fester and to shackle people. They are meant to imprison them, they are meant to liberate them to infect them, to remove the shackles from them as an explicitly states.

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And this is true for all the teachings of the Buddha.

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As a law mentions, in sort of Bukhara, you read the law.

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Allah wishes is for you, Allah does not wish difficulty for you.

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And in sort of the Hajj, Allah mentions Medina and even for dinheiro and he has not placed any burden upon you in the religion.

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verse after verse of the Quran states this, I'll end with just one example. In even in sort of them, when addressing the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Having mentioned some of the laws of hijab and other laws relating to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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After mentioning some of the do's and don'ts, some of the prescriptions and the obligations and the prohibitions.

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The Koran says addressing the rise of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Margarita La Habana Kumar, let's debate with doTERRA Allah only wishes to remove all impurities from you or members of the household and to prove purify you a thorough purification. Meaning these laws are not meant to burden you to oppress you, to shackle you

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to overwhelm us imprison you. Rather they are meant to liberate, to uplift to elevate you, to accord you honor and dignity and

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most importantly, to purify you and to remove all manner of impurity from you. This is true for all of the teachings of Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This shows that his teachings were a mercy just as he himself was an embodiment of mercy. We pray that lots Tran horadada enables us to realize this Rama of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam them in his person in his teachings and his Sunnah. And in the coriander he brought in the religion that he brought, and that that is not just for the aroma of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but it's for the whole of mankind for all of the worlds and with a very verse return began with a last

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season sort of Colombia

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with the Leela the mean, and we have not sent you but as a mercy for the words

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sallallahu Sallam and it

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was

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