The Prophet A Mercy For The Worlds

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smilla rahmanir rahim

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hamdulillah who want to say who wants to study whenever he want to talk karate when I

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say Medina I

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mean you have to Hiller for them

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for him hurdia want to share the one la hula surely gonna want to shadow no Mohammed Abu

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sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam in

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my biographer would have been in a shape on the regime. Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim in the law her woman who is on Long Island and

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he was selling sleep

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Allahumma sanada Mohammed Juana Mohammed Kumasi later Allah Ibrahim

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Ibrahim Majeed Allahumma Burdick Allah

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Mohammed

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Ibrahim Ibrahim in

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respect to listeners Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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last panel with the other season sort of Columbia

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addressing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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he says and we have not sent you

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but as a mercy for all the worlds

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself says in a hadith related by Noam Hackman is Mr. Rock and others

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from See you then I will hurry to hold the alarm.

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out of a suit of lies in the law it was seldom and arachnida mother

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said I'm a mercy that has been given as a gift, ie to the world's.

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So Allah has described the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a mercy for the world. And he himself has described himself as a mercy for the worlds

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in order to understand this first Walmart artisan market.

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Let's take a look at sort of

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this verse comes towards the end of sort of Columbia.

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Sort of certain ambia, meaning the surah of the prophets,

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contains the names and the mention of many of Allah as messengers.

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And the law describes them in many ways. Most importantly, for each messenger, Allah makes a brief mention

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about the position of that prophets, about some of our last favours on that profits, and also the

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mission and the responsibility of that prophets.

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And one thing is very clear, with all of the messengers, and he was

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mentioned in sort of ambia.

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What's very clear about each messenger is that each profits each messenger, was sent

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as a regional profits to a particular group of people, one particular nation.

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And as I mentioned that for all of those profits were mentioned in sort of Columbia. But then towards the end, the final messenger who is mentioned is a prophet Mohammed Salah, love it.

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And of him. last panel with Allah simply says, or might have some marketing, anatomy, and we have not sent you but as a mercy for all the worlds

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his position was completely different to the other prophets and messengers.

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He wasn't sent only to the Arabs for the Arabs.

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Even the prophets, he sadly has said

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he saw the son of Medea,

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as a law mentions in

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sort of stuff.

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With all the Easter Bunny saw in near pseudo law he eneko

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most of the Kalima been a Minotaur Ah, one more best shadow mirror soothing, yet embarrassed

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and when he saw the son of Miriam said

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When he our children of Israel, he,

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I am a laws messenger to you

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as one to affirm and to ratify

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that the law which has come before me

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and as one who has come to give glad tidings of a messenger who shall come after me whose name is

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even the prophets Isa, the son of Miriam alayhis salam,

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the last prophets have come before the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the last prophet to be mentioned in Saudi Arabia, just before the Prophet Mohammed Salah lahardee.

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Even of him, Allah mentions in the Quran that he was sent only to his people when we saw it.

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And in fact, that's even mentioned in the Bible,

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where the Prophet sallallaahu salam is quoted as saying, Go not the way of the Gentiles, but rather into the lost sheep of Israel.

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So he wasn't sent for the whole of mankind, go not the way of the Gentiles, but rather into the lost sheep of Israel. He was sent as a prophet and as a message to only his people,

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to the lost sheep of Israel.

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He was not sent as a messenger for all the worlds. But in contrast to all of these prophets, who are mentioned in sort of ambia Allah essays, or mileson marketing, and I mean to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that we have not sent you except as a mercy for all the worlds.

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How was the prophets of Allah hardy who sell them or Rama, Hannah mercy for all the worlds in many different ways, and one speech, one book, even a collection of speeches, a collection of volumes on this topic won't do justice, to the sort of loss and alarm it will send them, we can only touch upon some aspects of His mercy. He was a mercy for all peoples of all times, for all the worlds, he was a mercy in himself. He was an embodiment of compassion and mercy. There was a farmer, in his person, in his conduct, in his character, in his behavior, in his teachings, in his similar in his laws in the arm that he brought in the religion that he

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lost panelboard Anna, of course, primarily sent him to the Arabs.

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But he wasn't just a mercy and Rama for the Arabs, it was a mercy for all the words, his coming transform, not only the people of Arabia, but the whole world, it changed history.

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We still feel the effects of it today.

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And in order to understand how greater mercy he was, for the just the Arabs, one only has to look at the condition of the Arabs before the arrival of the prophets and the love it.

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Without dwelling too long on the topic, the Arabs were actually considered so wild and ungovernable that all the major empires of the time did not bother ruling them directly.

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So you have the Arabian Peninsula,

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at the beginning of the,

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at the turn of the seventh century.

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And

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towards the north, east and the East, you have the sassanid Persian Empire, but one superpower of the time, towards the north.

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And the Northwest, you have the Byzantine Roman Empire the other superpower of the time, and to the east, to the west, in Africa, you had the Abyssinian Empire, which wasn't as large and as great as the other two. It was a major power in its own right. All three empires the society, Persian Empire, the Byzantine Roman Empire, and the Abyssinian Empire, all of them

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tried to influence as many lambs and as many peoples as possible and even rule over them directly. But when it came to Arabia,

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they only attempted to influence and rule the coastline, all around Arabia, but the actual Arabs themselves the center of Arabia, all three empires, considered the Arabs to be so wild, so ungovernable, so uncivilized, but they never ever tried to control

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will rule them directly.

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And so much so that the Abyssinian Empire wasn't as powerful as the other two, so it didn't get too involved when it came to the Byzantine Roman Empire and the sassanid Persian Empire. Just to give you an example of how they view the Arabs of the time,

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the north of Arabia closest to the Roman Empire,

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there were many Arabs there. Famously, the blue Hassan these were numbers like a sonnet, Arabs, because it was so close to the Romans, they adopted many of their cultures while they adopted much of their culture, many of their customs, that were familiar with their language, and so much so that Beluga, some predominantly became Christian.

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And then to the north east of Arabia, you had other tribes, which has been Philip and others.

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These again, were heavily influenced by the Persian Empire. So what the Persians did in the northeast of Arabia and what the

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Byzantine Romans did in the north of Arabia, is they created a buffer zone. So the Byzantine Romans made the sound like assigning Arabs, their vassals, their representatives, their militias, their mercenaries, their vassals, and using them, they created a buffer zone between the Roman Empire and the wild Arabs of Arabia, and the Persians did the same with the Arabs of the Northeast, they use them as a buffer zone. So to put it crudely, what the Persians and the Romans did, is use what they consider to be half civilized Arabs, to protect them from the totally uncivilized Arabs from inside Arabia. These are historical facts.

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No one ever tried to rule them directly.

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The superpowers of the time actually felt these wild Bedouin are too bothersome. We can't rule them. Let the Arabs control them,

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the ones that they are familiar with.

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That's how the Empires viewed Arabs at the time, and the Arabs themselves.

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They were totally lost in terms of ethics and morals, in terms of character and conduct.

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See them are Jaffer of Nabil are the Allah who explained it beautifully. When in the first emigration

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in the fifth year of prophethood, approximately eight years before the Hirata Medina when a number of Muslims traveled in two groups to Abyssinia where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam sent them in fought when they were being persecuted in Makkah, he informed them that there is a just an a pious king in Abyssinia who was a Christian

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and no one is wrong or oppressed in his land. And there you will have the freedom to live from persecution.

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And you will have the freedom to worship. So travel there, the Muslims traveled to Abyssinia,

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the Quraysh sent their ambassadors after them.

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And their goal was to poison the mind of

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the Abyssinian Emperor, and to bring back as many as possible and if possible, all of the immigrants back to Makkah so that they could persecute them and stop the spread of Islam. And not only that, but to make themselves look better in the Abyssinian court because the Arabs of Makkah, being traders had

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kind of diplomatic and commercial trade relations with all of the Empires, so they didn't want their name be spoiled and besmirched. So to keep up her face to keep up that good name. They decided to dishonor and discredit all the immigrants and convincing the joshy that all the tales that these people tell you of persecution of torture in Mecca. This is all totally false. So they sent two ambassadors.

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As a result, the joshy summoned the Muslims, Jaffa Viola who became their spokesman.

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And the joshy sat with his Christian priests and clergy and the ambassadors of the British and the Muslims as one group in the Royal Court of Abyssinia.

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And he said to them, what is it that these people say

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Have you? What are these claims that they are making of you? Even the joshy was shocked. And he said to them, what is this new religion that you have brought, and that you have entered into? Which is neither the religion of your forefathers and your peoples? Nor is it our religion, Christianity, nor is it the religion of any known people today? What is this new religion that you have entered into jacksie than a Jaffer of the Alliance ballclub and he said, Okay, first of all, they refuse to prostrate or bow to him. So he questioned them. Why do you refuse to prostrate or bow and everybody else

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1000 frustrates as a sign of respect. Season a Jaffa the law firm has said we do not bow before anyone except

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then

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one question he said, Your Majesty,

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we were a people and in a beautiful, succinct manner. He provided a summary of how the Arabs were and what they became after the arrival of a sort of last and the love it was,

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you majesty, we were a people totally lost.

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Instead of worshiping one God, we worshiped many idols.

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Our religion was corrupt. We worship stones and statues, rather than the one God who is a creator.

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The strong amongst us, devoured the weak, the strong amongst us, oppressed, the weak.

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We buried our children.

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We oppressed one another.

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We at carrion

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we committed the worst of crimes. We committed the worst of heinous, shameful sins, you need an immoral indecent sentence.

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And in this manner,

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Jaffa Viola and explained how the Arabs were then who said, then a man came called Mohammed the son of Abdullah came to us and he taught us to worship one Allah rather than stones, idols and statues. He taught us prayer, he taught us charity, he taught us to assist one another, and in a very beautiful civilized fashion. Say that our Jaffa the Allah who explained the beauty of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his teachings, but then realizing that they were defeated an argument attempted to convince the joshy by way of say you then are easily Sadam. And they said, Ask them what they believe about Esau the son of money,

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because since the Muslims didn't accept him to be the Son of God, they thought that this would be blasphemy to Natasha, and this alone would prompt him to drive them away from Abyssinia and return them in chains to Makkah.

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When questioned about see them at least it has said

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Jaffer of the Allahu and recited verses of sort of,

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upon the completion of the verses,

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the joshy wept,

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stood up to his staff. And he said I swear by Allah, there is no difference between what you say and believe about Isa, the son of Miriam, and what we say and believe about each other son of Miriam, except the difference of this one line which you drew in the sand before.

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And he reps. So jafra the alarm on beautifully explained the summary of how the Arabs were before the arrival of a sort of loss and the love it. They were forever engaged in internecine warfare, killing off one another, over petty things. They had no resources. So their battles, their fines, their wars weren't overland because they were all nomads. They weren't overland.

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We weren't over resources. They weren't over material possessions. Normally, the Arabs would fight one another for petty reasons. kin clan, blood, honor, dignity,

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blood feeds, and so much so that if one tribes or one clans, horse or camel strayed into the pasture of another tribal clan, this would spark a feud between two clans. This, the feud between two clans would result in a war between two tribes and sometimes this war would continue for a whole generation 3040 years.

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This is exactly what happened with the Arabs of Medina before I mentioned that

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And further, the way they treated one another as Jaffa the Allahu anhu said, the strong amongst us devout, the weak, there was no law, it was a state of total anarchy. There was no law, there was no central government, there was no authority. Each man was a law unto himself, the only way a person could protect himself was through his sons, or through his blood brothers. And then the only way they could be protected was through their larger family. The only way the larger family could be protected, is through the clan. The only way the clan could be protected is through the tribe. And the only way one individual tribe could be protected is by an alliance with other tribes. It was a

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balance of power.

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And what this meant was that if one person attacked another,

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and everybody didn't agree on that retaliation or blood feud, then each individual supporters, first of all, his immediate family would rise on each side, they would battle with each other. If they fought with each other, the clan would rise and fight with each other. If the clans rose, the tribes rose. If one tribe rose, the Allied tribes rose, and in this way, one spat between the two individuals would result in a full scale war between two tribes that would extend for generations.

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That's how they lived.

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Their,

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the way they treated women and children, women were considered property and chattel. To the extent that an owner addresses this, it wasn't

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so widespread that happened in every family, but it was widespread and common enough for the poor and to address this when a father died, and the son inherited the property and the land and the homes and the estates and the animals and the livestock of his father. Since women were considered property, and material possession and chattel

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apart from the bird, mother of the sun, all the other wives that the father had ie the son stepmothers, he would actually inherit them as possession.

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This is why Allah addresses this in the Quran by reminding the Arabs that your mothers are forbidden

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in marriage,

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why would they be reminded that your mother's off of it,

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because apart from their blood mothers, they would actually inherit

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that stepmothers since I consider them to be material possession and property.

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When it came to girls, women, if they grew to old age, or maturity, they were considered property.

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That's if they survived childhood and birth. Because when a girl was born, since the Arabs considered girls to be a bed, as I said, it was a lawless society, the Arabs viewed

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themselves as being bird. So the only way they could

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keep their livelihood and strengthen protect themselves through male sons, male sons would grow up and bear arms, carry arms, male sons would grow up and provide wealth for the father, male sons would go out in battle, and bring name fame and dignity and honor to the tribe.

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women weren't able to do these things. The way the Arabs view the women is that I as a father, I bring up a daughter, I bring a daughter into the world. I feed her I nourish her stain her I keep her, I nurture her, I bring her up, I provide for her. Then when it comes to marriage, she goes with our wealth to someone else's home and I've lost her for good. Why bother with that bird?

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As a result, over time, the Arabs began to consider girls not only to be inferior, but a total burden. And if a boy was born, there was rejoicing and celebration. If a girl was born, this was considered a tragedy and a disaster. So much so that some of them ended up burying their daughters alive.

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And alarm engines is beautifully in the Koran meaning in a very eloquent way.

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Whether we should

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get our Amina amin So Mr. Boucher, are you sick of

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Alaska Am I one of them is given the glad tidings of the birth of a girl. His face darkens and changes and he suppresses his anger from within.

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He hides from the people because of the disaster of the news that he has been given.

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Thinking, should he hold on to this child in disgrace for the rest of his life? Or should he thrust it into the dust of the earth? And that's exactly how they work. They buried their daughters alive. They considered their women folk chattel and property to be inherited and to be passed around.

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their livelihood was such

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intoxication, warring raids, theft, immorality, indecency.

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And when it came to religion,

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they had no religion except worshipping idols. Originally, the Arabs were the descendants both ethnically as well as spiritually of Satan and Rahim Allah.

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Yet they had totally lost the teachings of his religion. There were only the remnants of a few rites of Umrah and Hajj, which continued. But these were polluted and contaminated by idolatry and ship. And even the house of Doshi, the garba itself had become a center of idolatry, there were hundreds of idols in and around the garden.

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In fact, the poets of Arabia describe how the Arabs viewed worshipping Allah, and without going into any detail about any of the idol. Just listen to this one example. It said that when an Arab or a group of Arabs were travel, and they would stop and dismount, and alight for rest, recuperation for breaking camp for food.

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When they would break sets up camp anywhere, they would go looking for stones.

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And they would go looking for four stones, three stones they would use, in order to light a fire, and to rest their cauldron or their pots for cooking three stones, and the first stone they would use for worship.

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When they would break camp, they would abandon the three stones that they use for resting their children and their pots on and they would also abandon the fourth stone which she had spent time worshiping.

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That was the extent of their

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ibadah their knowledge of religion and their worship of Allah and their worship of idols

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in that climates, came with a sort of lust and the love of it.

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And in a short while, he transformed everything.

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Only with the tofik of Allah, only with the mercy of Allah.

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And I mentioned earlier that this was the very reason why the Well, this was exactly what happened in Medina tomonaga.

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The city of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before the arrival of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it was known as yesterday.

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And yesterday being a beautiful oasis in Arabia,

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with streams, rivers, Wells, springs, and fertile soil. It was a center of agriculture. A lot grew in and around Medina.

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It was a beautiful oasis.

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And many people had settled there, including a number of Jewish tribes within

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the three major Jewish tribes, and two major Arab tribes, Olson. These were the main tribes and inhabitants of the city of Medina yesterday before the arrival of the prophets of Allah hiding them. But the two famous tribes of Olson were actually one tribe, ala, they were relatives. They were all descended from one parent tribe.

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But then Kayla had split into two factions that also the husband and the awesome cousins were at loggerheads, they had spent an entire generation fighting with each other warring with each other, even though they were descendants of a single tribe, when,

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when they learned about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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A number of

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Arabs from Medina from yesterday, traveled to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in hajj. And then the next year they took more than the third year they took a very large party.

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They embraced Islam at his hands and they requested him to travel to Medina where they wanted him to meet where they wanted to make them the leader. And their Express goal was part of their Express intention was that this is a man who will unite the Arabs of Medina.

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This is a man who will be

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Pre peace to our land. We have destroyed each other. We have destroyed our oasis. That is anarchy that is lawlessness. There is this never ending war. And the only person who we feel can bring about peace and stability is Muhammad, the son of Abdullah. And that's why they requested the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to come to yesterday, and they would accept him as a leader. And that's why when he arrived, all the tribes accepted him as a leader, even the non Muslims, including the Jews.

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And when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam became a last panel with Allah united the hearts of this habit of the law.

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And a lot describes this, in that famous verse of the autumn, which sort of sort of earlier in Milan, which many of us have heard on occasions, but not many of us will actually know the backdrop and the background to the revelation of this first last panel, who was Allah says, Yeah, you're under the law. Hakata what are the Mouton de la Muslim moon Watterson will be heavily nyjah Mian Wallet for Rocco was kurunegala de la had a quantum arada

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de Juana, welcome Tamara Scheffer. Mina now from minha, Casa de la la comida de la la.

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La says, Oh believers, Fear Allah as he should be feared, and do not die except as Muslims, and hold on fast to the rope of Allah, and do not differ amongst yourselves. And remember, last favorite upon you, when you were bitter enemies of one of them, then he united your hearts. This through a was blessing. You became breathless, when, in fact, before you were on the edge of a pit of the fire,

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then are saved you from it. In this way, does Allah expand his verses to you, in the hope that you may find guidance? We've all heard that verse. Hold on to the rope of Allah

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do not differ.

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What does it refer to? Originally and primarily, this verse was revealed about Olson, president of Medina, that you were bitter enemies of one another, with the arrival of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And through a loss, blessing, law, United your hearts and he made you brothers, you became brothers. If Allah testifies to the Brotherhood, of this harbottle the law one home, imagine what kind of brotherhood that was to be.

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A law testifies alone that was a state and the condition of their hearts of their souls of their minds. And a lot of testifies that short wire before you were bitter enemies of one another. Now, through a large blessing you have become true brothers of one another. How was that achieved? Only through the sort of loss of the love it allow us the messengers of the love it was through him. And that's why in another verse of sort of agreement on itself, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, For bemaraha with him in a law he lived alone, well, I couldn't afford them either. Then subdomain Holic five one was the full of Masha, Allah.

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Allah in the light green, Allah says, so it was only through

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a mercy from Allah that you were lenient and soft towards

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and had you a messenger of Allah. Welcome to them. Elisa. Had you been harsh of tongue and heart of hearts linfoot bloomin Holic, they would have dispersed from around

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how was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so miraculously able to unite these people. These these Arabs, who the people of their time considered so wild and ungovernable that they did not even the superpowers did not want to involve themselves, but

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how was one man able to unite them?

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A few weeks before

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they were sworn enemies ready to kill one another and take up arms on the slightest, slightest notice. Now, they became brothers to such an extent that they bled for one another. They shared their property with one another. And Allah azza wa jal describes them in such a beautiful way, specifically about the unsolved because this verse was about the inside of the companions of Medina, but also the people of yessing originally,

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Allah say speaking about them, will love the unit about what would that mean to him? If she bought them and hacia la him? What are you doing a few supporting him had them in Maputo, will you sit on Allah and forsaking What are gonna be hot sauce on your

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own, specifically speaking

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About the unsolved companions of awesome husbands, those who are bitter enemies of one another, Allah says of them, and those who occupied the city and adopted a man before the arrival of the maharjan. Allah says

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they love those who have emigrated to them from Africa.

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So much so that they do not even harbor any doubts or reservation in their hearts or any envy towards them.

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Despite the privileges that they have been given, or even larger.

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What this means we don't have time to go into this in detail, but what it means is

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always gave privilege to the Mahajan always, when he prayed Salah, those who immediately stood behind him, whether Mahajan

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had gatherings, the front of the gathering was always reserved for the seniors to harbottle the love from the Mahajan.

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whenever anything happened, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always gave privilege to the Mahajan.

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At the time of I love, it will save us a deal. So you

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say the firm so you're gonna be fired. But on the lower end, who became the leaders of the oma? All of them were

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the hypocrites of Medina forever tried to incite trouble between the Mahajan of Makkah, and the unser Sahaba. of the Allah of Medina.

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They always tried it. They tried to portray and paint the Mahajan of Makkah, as refugees as a burden on the Sahaba of Medina. This is exactly what I'm delighted to saluted and sort of the one after all, when Allah speaks about I'm delighted or even if at all, one of the reasons for the revelation of these verses is that in the husband manual stehlik in the campaign have been stuck on the return journey of delight nor even a sort of a seated with his, with some of his cronies. And the disputes arose between two individuals, one 101 and sorry, companion. So when news of the spread around the camp, that

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companion from Makkah, has had just had a quarrel with an unsavoury companion of Medina. Abdullah have no business at all the league chief of the hypocrites, he considered this to be an opportune moment to stir further trouble between the inside and the Mahajan. So he began speaking and he said, addressing his people from the husband because he was one of the leaders or has an edge, he said, All my people see what we have done.

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See what

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they have done to us see what we have allowed to happen to us. This is our land, our city, these are our homes, and these

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penniless

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refugees from Makkah cane and now they become a burden on us, we fed them, we nourish them, we accommodated them, we have them, we supported them, and now they load over us. And he said, I do not find any parable, any example to describe us, the people of Medina. And these refugees from Makkah, except as they say something called buck.

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fixing your dog, and he will eat you.

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So you said these Mahajan from NACA, this is the only way I can describe them, that we frightened these dogs, and now they eat and developers.

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Then who said I swear by Allah, when I shall return to Medina. I the most honored shall drive the most lowly and bass from Medina meaning of the sort of law some of the law highly

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and that's what Allah mentions your pool on Electra Jana in Medina, the original assuming

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that they say when they return to Medina, the most honored shall drive the most lowly and base from Medina. Anyway. I mentioned this because

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam indeed, always gave privileges to them. They always came first. Despite this privileged position. Imagine how clean and pure the hearts of the Sahaba of Ansel were, that Allah says, even though they can see the privilege is given to them large at all.

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What are you doing a few salute to him had the memo that they the unser companions do not harbor any ill will reservation or envy in their hearts. Despite what the Mahajan have been given in privileges. That's how pure hearted they became

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Allah say, speaking of the unsolved, will you fit on Allah and for him, we're not gonna become kasasa they give privilege and preference to others, even though they may be suffering from extreme hunger themselves. And in this there's another story about the heart inside of the a loved one who he, his wife almost Salim it'll be a lot harder. And the whole family remained hungry throughout the night, in order to feed one guest of Rasulullah sallallahu. It sent them. And these were the same unsolved of malassezia give privileged to others over themselves even though they may be suffering from extreme hunger, who just a short while before we're ready to kill one. But through the

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character of Rasulullah sallallahu send them through a was messy through the softness and the leniency of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah unites their hearts imagine that was a miraculous transformation. And how did he achieve that? Through the mercy of Allah, and most importantly, because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he himself was a reflection, and an embodiment of mercy of compassion. He was merciful towards young, old individuals, groups, towards everybody.

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His character was one of softness and compassion and believe.

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Someone so let's say you're gonna answer the last one.

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Say,

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I mentioned the example of saving your loved one for a particular reason.

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You see,

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when adults behave towards each other,

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it's a different dynamic.

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There's a different dynamic in that relationship.

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Sometimes a person behaves well towards another because there's an ulterior motive.

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So the person may be angry.

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A person may wish to retaliate, a person may wish to cause and inflict harm. But person thinks two, three steps ahead and says, If I trouble him, when he will trouble me, I won't be able to bear that pain. So even though I loathe him, I despise them, I hate him.

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For my own protection, for my own self interest and self preservation, let me behave in a certain way towards him. So amongst adults,

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that there's some times there are ulterior motives that are hidden reasons. There are other considerations for a way and adults behave towards an adult, you can disguise your behavior.

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And this is why in psychology, they have a test.

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Which is if you really want to see the character of a person, observe how they behave to those who are totally weak and vulnerable.

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That will reveal their true character.

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And when it came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of course, are stuck in a law, we cannot imagine that there would be any ulterior motive, but to see how he behaved let's not just look at the way he behaved towards adults. Let's look at the way he behaved towards children.

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And what kind of child almost slain or the Allahu anhu, the same wife of that same open heart and sorry of the alarm?

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When the Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam arrived in Medina, after the hijra, almost a neighbor of the alarm, approached him with an automatic herson of the alarm.

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And she said to him Yasuda law

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the people of Medina have offered you gifts and presence on your arrival. I do not have any gifts to offer you. But I bring to you, my beloved Son,

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except Him as your attendance accepts him as your servant. accept Him as your pageboy let him serve you let them become your heart in your soul.

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She offered her son and a certain radical Viola Han from that day entered into the service of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he became his pageboy. He would run errands, he would do work.

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He waited on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he came in and out of the house serving him and his family.

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And his mother had told him that taken

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us employee and employer services.

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She had given him over to the Prophet salallahu it

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and he wasn't just a boy.

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His mother had told the Prophet Solomon

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Love it, use him for in your service. So he became a pageboy and attendance.

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Just imagine how we treat our subordinates, our employees, our own workers, how a teacher treats his or her pupils, students, however on SR treats the one junior to them.

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And in many parts of the world where

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there are maids and servants and

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workers in the house,

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how are they treated?

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And so nomadic or the your loved one was a pageboy and attendant who ran errands.

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How did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam treats him?

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And this one nomadic or the Allahu anhu says,

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I served the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for 10 years.

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And in those 10 years, never once did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say as much as often.

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Never once did he say to me, why did you do something for something I shouldn't have done? or Why didn't you do something for something I shouldn't.

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And if anyone else told me, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would intervene and tell them, leave him alone. A better lahoma, Masha fowl, whatever Allah decreed happened, and whatever Allah wish to

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leave him.

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That's the mercy and the compassion, not just to everybody, but to a servant, a pageboy and attendant, a child who wasn't even one's own

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law

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and not for one day, not for a few days on month. And it's been a monocle the alarm set for 10 whole years. He did not even say as much as often.

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And if it's not serious, it's just an expression of frustration, or exasperation.

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He didn't even say as much as

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Indeed Allah sent him as a mercy

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and to adults as well.

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Somewhat so that you might really relate to Ethan's Muslim from someone with Farsi, it'll be a loved one. This is how soft and conscious the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam was.

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He says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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addressing Allah, as a doula, he said, Oh Allah, if there is any man of mine,

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that I have sworn that verbally abused. Well, that's how I have cursed then Oh Allah, I am buts one of the children of Adam like the rest of the children.

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I get angry, just as they get angry. But Allah, you have made me a mercy for the world. So Allah make this abuse or this curse that I have ever leveled at anyone.

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a means of prayer and solace for them on the Day of Judgment.

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Not by he would curse anyone, not that he would abuse anyone.

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In fact, Mr. Muslim Rahmatullah Healy relates

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from saying that I will be a loved one. This was to do with the day of imagine, this is a second major battle of Islam on the day of

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the Quraysh after an initial victory by the Muslims,

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the Muslims suffered a setback, the Quran became more dominant in the battle.

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There was a state of confusion.

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Muslims were many Muslims were martyred.

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And a rumor spread that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has also been martyred.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't martyred but he was injured and he had to retreat to the safety of the mountain with just a small group of companions with him. On that day, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was injured in that state of retreats.

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of suffering a great setback of suffering, an onslaught and a barrage of attacks from the pagans of Mecca from the rage

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in that state of utter confusion on the battlefield

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in that state

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in which there was a rumor that he had actually left the world. Some of the Muslims in their desperation, they said to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam Yasuda Allah, why don't you curse the machine again? On that occasion? Mr. Muslim, Rahmatullah. helia relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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in the lemma Oberth,

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in the Middle East,

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I have not been sent as one to curse, rather I have been sent as a mess.

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And that occasion, Allah in the heat of battle, he refused to curse the enemy.

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And he said, I have not been sent as one to curse, rather, I have been sent as a mass as

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it was this compassion of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, which attracted

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which changed the hearts, which changed the condition. And that was just the mercy of his character. There was no mercy in his teachings, in his character and conduct in his Sharia in his laws in the time that he brought in the whole religion that he brought

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with that,

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and a lot already prophesizes as I mentioned earlier, so you're gonna be sort of medium Ali Salaam said,

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openly Sorry, I'm a large messenger to you, I come to affirm and to ratify the law that came before me, and to give you the glad tidings of a messenger which shall come after me was named as

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a last panel with the other mentions and sort of got out off and Lavinia the owner of a school in the middle of the year to do homework to be in the will in G. Those who follow that unlettered messenger prophets

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who they find mentioned and recorded in the Torah and in the in G

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so what did Allah say of him in the in the in G one is what see that he saw he said, I'm just said

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and the other thing which ally mentioned of him, remember Hari Rama he relates it in history from abroad me sir. He

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says, I met Abdullah he asked for the Allahu anhu

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So I said to him,

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burn em civitella suitings Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of Torah inform me of the description of assays that

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they believe and they fought they follow that prophets and messenger and lesson one who's mentioned they find wisdom in the Torah and in G. So answer to Abdullah last, what does a lot actually say about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Torah

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so I'm delighted to answer the love and Omar said

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I will tell you

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will lie in the hula omo in the hula mo su from Fedora back the city he filled

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indeed he the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam This is Abdullah of the Allah, a companion son of a companion. explaining this. He said I will tell you of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has been described in the Torah by Allah He has been described with some of the description of the origin in the Torah itself

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and then he began yeah you have to be you know so Natasha hit on one of the

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a message Oh profits indeed we have sent you

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as a witness.

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And as a giver of glad tidings and a warner this description in the plan is to be found in the Dora further I'm delighted I'm gonna ask for the love on my essays. But the bourassa is further we're here doesn't mean

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that the Euro suli symmetrical Motoki Lisa before then what I believe in Wallace Harbin Phyllis work What are yet feral bees see to see ya. Well out in Yahoo way of

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wanting

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to

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be in your guru La la la la wave

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wave

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with the FBI

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or

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whatever

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the law says

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in the law he is further described as follows

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the messenger we have century as a witness and a giver of glad tidings and a warner You are a refuge for the people the arrows. You are my servants are my messenger. I have you

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Do you the one who places his trust in Allah?

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Lisa before then what I believe he is not harsh of tongue or heart of hearts. No Is he wants to raise his voice in the marketplaces. And nor does he requite and repay evil with evil. Rather, he overlooks and he forgives.

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And although we never take him away from this world, until

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he straightens through him, the bent religion

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in such a way that they say la ilaha illa Allah until Allah does not open up,

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bang dies through.

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Death is through him. And until Allah does not open up the closed hearts.

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And indeed, that's exactly how the prophets of love it was full of compassion.

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He was neither harsh of tongue, no heart of hearts. A law describes him such in the courtroom, and he has been described as such in the border and in the engine.

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Note as he raises his voice in the marketplace,

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no does he repay evil with evil. Rather, he overlooks and forgives. And that's exactly what the prophets of the love it

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is compassion knew no bounds.

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Mr. Mahajan, Mr. Muslim both relate

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about

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Have you heard of your loved one

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who originally wasn't a Muslim

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man was a leader of your man.

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He was actually the chieftain of your mama have huge time.

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So once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam century sent a cavalry

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expedition Cavalry Regiment

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and that Cavalry Regiment actually captured the chieftain thermometer.

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So they brought him back to Medina.

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When they brought him back to Medina, he was imprisoned in the masjid.

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So the very first day the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam went out to see him.

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And he said to him, Oh, mama,

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what do you have? Do you have anything to say? What do you wish to say?

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The thermometer, or the alarm said,

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If you kill me, addressing the messengers to love it,

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if you kill me, you will kill a man of blood, meaning that I'm the chieftain of a whole tribe. And the chieftain will have the whole of your mama a whole region,

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my tribe will see within.

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So he said, Oh, Mohammed, in doctorly, talk to them. If you kill me, you will kill amount of blood

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when in Russia, and if you show me favor, then you will be showing favor to one who is grateful.

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And if you are well, because yamana was a very fertile agricultural region.

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So he said if you want wealth, I can give you as much wealth as you want. Release.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left

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in the masjid as a prisoner to observe the comings and goings, the behavior of the Muslims, and also the conduct of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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So,

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the next day, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed by him again and said, Oh, mama, what do you say?

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So this time, he didn't mention the killing about blood. He didn't mention the first thing.

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No, the first thing he just mentioned the second thing. He said.

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If you show favor, then you will show favor to someone who is grateful.

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Why did he change? He didn't say all three things.

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The reason is, after watching and observing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for a whole day, he realized two things. The first thing he said if you kill me, you will kill a man of blood. He realized that this man is not capable of such a thing.

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Well, he is not capable of such a deed. The third offer which he made him is if you want wealth, I can give you great wealth. He also realized in one day, that even as a prisoner, that this is not a man of the world. Money

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cannot buy him off. Ralph does not interest. But only thing he could say to him out of the three things was indeed this, but he is a man of compassion and mercy. So he only mentioned the second thing when done. I'm done, Mr. Shakir. If you show me favor, you will show a favor to a grateful curse. prophets of the love sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left him for the second day. Third day he passed by him is an ortho Mama. What do you have? This time he didn't even mention anything. He said, Oh Mohammed.

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I only have what I said to you yesterday.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told the companions and release,

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untie him and release when he was released. Remember he was a chieftain of the whole of your mama.

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When he was released, he went outside to a thicket of palm Grove, palm trees, palm, went to the palm Grove, where there was water, and he Bay.

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And he came back in the masjid. And standing for us all last Sunday. He said to him, oh, Mohammed, before this day, there was no face

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on the whole of the earth, that was more detested and hated to me than your face. But this day, yours is the most beloved face to me of all the faces.

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Before the state, there was no city which was more detestable and hated in my eyes, then this city of yours, but this day, yours is the most beloved spot to me, from the hallway,

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or Mohammed before this day.

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There was no religion, no resented, in my view, and more testable in my view, but in this religion of yours, but this day, there is no religion more beloved to me than your religion. Shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, what shall Abdullah What?

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Then?

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He said, sort of surah la sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam the Messenger of Allah.

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When your Cavalry Regiment captured me, I was actually intending to go to Aruba. Because remember, I said earlier, the Arabs still practiced on Rotten hydrogen, but with their own rights, so instead, I was intending to go to Umbra. What do you advise me to do? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, complete your intention, go for it. So from Medina, he went to Makkah event for Umbra, and this was before the conquest of Mecca. So the arrange to rule Mecca when he arrived, and they realized that this is from amateurs, not a third, the chieftain of the whole of your mama, but he is now a Muslim. They surrounded him and approached him. And they said, Have you become a haven also?

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So he said, No, I have not become a heathen. I have become a Muslim with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Then he said to them, listen to me.

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Now,

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from now on. Remember, I mentioned earlier that your mama was a very fertile region, where there was great agricultural properties. Much of the food of Makkah came from your mama.

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So thermometer northwell said to them, leave me alone. One he was achieved and so they couldn't harm him. And he said to them, I swear by Allah, that from this day onwards, not a single seed, not a single grain of wheat will come to you. Unless the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gives permission to do so.

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What's the single grain of wheat?

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And he completed his own rather than he returned to your mama, and he actually cuts off all food supply to Makkah.

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Remember, the Munchkins, were at war with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam midpen sent were to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying Burma has stopped all food supplies from your mama to us. So we intercede on our behalf Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who was in a state of war with

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before the conquest of Makkah, this was he actually sent instructions to the mouth of northall saying to him, I intercede on behalf of the operation.

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So release the food supplies and let the food let the grain and produce continue to go to Macau. He interceded on behalf of the Ornish

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that was the compassion and mercy of Rasulullah sallallahu it

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and remember that description in the Torah and in the Quran. What does the law say for the morality miniloc la vie, Linda? Welcome to the Lido.

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It is only through the mercy of Allah that you were soft and lenient towards them. Had you been harsh of tongue and heart of hearts.

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They would have dispersed from around you. What does delight the love and mercy? What was the description of the Prophet sallallahu it was send them in the door.

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He is neither harsh of tongue or heart of hearts, nor does he chant in the marketplace. What are you trying to see the CEO working yet for?

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Nor does he repay evil with evil, rather, he forgives any overlooks.

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There's a beautiful story about this relate to by Mantovani Rahmatullah he had a and by others from Abdullah Abdullah Salaam or the Allahu anhu was a Jewish rabbi who became a Muslim.

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And to live in a Salaam robiola relate who was a Jewish rabbi, he relates the story of another Jewish rabbi, known as Ada Messiah.

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So one Jewish rabbi who became a Muslim, Abdullah and the Sadam are the alarm loved one, he relates a story of an of another Jewish rabbi. They didn't.

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They didn't relate to his own story. He says that

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I had studied the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, his character and his person, and since he was a scholar of the Torah, being a rabbi, and he said, I had discovered every single prophecy and sign mentioned in the earliest scriptures to be found and fulfilled in the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accepted accept to

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accept to

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and the two signs which I had not yet seen fulfilled in him, were

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number one,

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by his forbearance, and his patience

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surpasses, supersedes and overcomes

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any ignorant shunt

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one and the second sign was that the more ignorance a person shows him, the more patience and forbearing he actually becomes.

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Just these two signs and never seen in

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So being a Jewish rabbi zeta masala says I decided to test

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so one day I went and he was looking for an opportunity one day found an opportunity. He says, I went and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was coming out to one of his homes with a tube nobody thought he would have the last one.

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And just then, around a Bedouin rider arrived, I was there watching and observing, waiting to see something happen.

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A Bedouin rider arrived.

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When he came, he said to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, The Art of salt Allah, I come from such and such a region, a tribe. They are in great suffering financially.

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And they have recently embraced Islam. I fear that poverty and the weakness of their faith, because there's been a famine in that region. I fear that poverty and the weakness of their faith may drive them away from religion and make them despair. And disillusioned. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked and even though he thought about the lava, and that Do you remember the dates produce from the orchard of such and such a person? Do we have any left? So it'll be a lot harder said now.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was still thinking

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as to how to give some food and provisions to this cheap to this bedroom and so that he could take it back to these people. So they did masanga say, says, I saw my opportunity and sees that so I approached the Prophet Mohammed, Salah, love it. Someone said to him, oh, Mohammed,

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I see that you are in need.

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So would you be willing

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that you don't have any dates or properties to give him now?

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So would you be willing, the I give you money now.

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And then, when, at the end of the season at the time of the harvest, there is the proper use of dates, that you will give me so many dates.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Yes,

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I agree to that. So they didn't resign now says I gave the Prophet Mohammed some money

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on the understanding that I was making an upfront payment. And at the end of the season at the time of the harvest, he would deliver the dates and the properties to me, and the money he had. Now he could do

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used to purchase food and provisions for this better than to take back to his people.

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And we agree the time

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by when the proper use of dates had to be delivered.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam took the money he gave it to him, they purchased items and provisions and gave them to the veteran and he left.

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Zalem Asana says deliberately, when the time limit the term came to an end, approximately two to three days before the payment was due. I approached the Prophet Mohammed. And he was coming he had just returned from a janaza.

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And with him were the Senior Companions, Abubakar Amato's mom, and Ali and others.

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So he went and sat down near a wall, we leaning against the wall. So I approached him, I went up to him. And according to one narration, I grabbed him by the collar.

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And then another narration, he took the mantle and the cloak of Rasulullah sallallahu it was on them and violently pulled it in such a way that it came off just the cloak.

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And he said, I was watching. Bob was standing there. And he said,

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he began shaking and trembling in anger.

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And he shouted out to me saying, Oh enemy of Allah.

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If it wasn't for the Messenger of Allah, I would split your skull into two.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam zaidan masanga says, All I did was observed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the prophets of the love it was silent. And he was looking at a little more hubbub, a little bit of brotherly love and threatens Aiden was certain that in this way, and said a few more things, then he felt silence. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam simply looked at the alarm, and then smiled at him and said, Oh, I know. What we both need is something other than this. You should tell him to ask for his rights in a good way. And you should be telling me that I should be paying him his rights a lot.

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We don't need anger, we need something else. So

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we need you to tell me to give him his right. And we need you to tell him to ask for his right in a better manner

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than the profits of the law. But another thing they don't know certainly he says when I grabbed him by the collar and I pulled the mental and the cloak off his shoulders. I said to him all Mohammed Why don't you pay me my Jew? I know you you all new people from the clan of Abdullah you on the Tories for never paying back on time.

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And that's why I'm Viola appeased him and threatened. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you will get your produce. So Satan was left he was told where to go. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam central would have no hubbub after him. And then Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him,

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remember he had to give him dates as problems. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him or give him 20 sar extra Assad is approximately 3.5 kilograms.

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Approximately 3.5 kilograms, so almost 70 kilograms of dates roundabout. So he said, Give him 20 PSA extra as compensation for the way you spoke.

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So the alarm went behind him. When they arrived at the place. They didn't have the alarm. I'm along with others. He weighed and measured whatever needed to be given and then he gave it to him.

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And then he gave him 20 sar extra zeta misurina said, What's this? So I'm one of the 11% of the profits of the love it was Adam instructed me to give you 20 extra as compensation for the way I spoke to you.

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Then I'm gonna have the alarm set to him zero. So you didn't know whose name was he said to Why?

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Because in this whole episode, his name hadn't come up in the conversation. But he just approached grab the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. No one knew who he was,

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except for the alarm, and even the alarm and possibly didn't know his name.

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But if he did, he never mentioned it. So the alarm said anyway, by the way.

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She said, I'm saying so I said good. z. He says ada masana.

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Have your loved one heard his name before often? She said zaidan was on the Jewish rubber. She said yes. She said you being a man of learning how

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Could you behave and speak in such a way to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam How could you address him in that manner? You are a man of letters you are a man of learning. You are a rabbi

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Zaida masanga said the truth is, I had searched for all the signs and prophecies that were mentioned in the earlier scriptures, and are found all of them to be fulfilled in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, except to.

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And they were, that his forbearance and his patience, surpass and supersede and overcome any ignorance shown to him one and two, but the more ignorance that is shown to him, the more patient and forbearing he becomes, and he said, I wanted to test him and said, By law, I have seen these two fulfilled also a shadow alert, you know, in the law, what should what sort of law, the both went say that the law was on that law, the law and went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and he declared his Islam there. And the same is at the heart of the Allah and he did not survive. He actually he was actually martyred in one of the battles.

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So I'm delighted. masamoto Viola and a Jewish rabbi relates the story of zeta masan, Natalie, Allahu another Jewish,

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who embrace both of them embrace Islam. This was the fulfillment of the prophecy in the thought, Ah, well, are you what are you here to see? Yeah, what are you here for we're here for, and he would not repay evil with evil Rather, he would overlook and he would forget.

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And that wasn't just for others, especially for his oma. But it's so much that can be said, we really don't have time. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was forever concerned for this. He showed compassion and mercy to the enemy. To those who entreated him. Look at the conquest of Makkah. He showed mercy and compassion, and he felt mercy and compassion, not just in an individual dealing with one with one or two people no to that whole last panel without essays, he even even the hypocrites alarm mentions and sort of default. I mean human living, you know, be aware.

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You're gonna be law, meaning.

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law says that there are amongst them the hypocrites, who accuse the Prophet sallallahu hurt the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they say he is weak of a a soft of a.

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What that meant is the hypocrites would laugh at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and say, you know, he's very soft.

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It seems that he's a bit soft

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in the head,

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and his softer air, why? One person goes to him and say something, he listens and he accepts. Another person goes and say something totally opposite. He listens and he accepts. A third person goes to him and says anything. He listens and he accepts

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them so the hypocrite say he has softer air. He listens to anyone who's credulous he believes anything. So our last panel with Anna says, was on a hadith that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not softer air, he is softer air only in seeking Good for you.

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Wherever he sees good, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam listens and accepts.

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rather he believes in Allah and he is trusting of the believers, we hope, meaning he trusts the believers. What a

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woman come and he is a mercy for the believers amongst you. Indeed, he was

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a last panel without us he's not a jerk.

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But again, not a jerk Masuda, minim forsaken as a human

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being, but indeed a messenger has come to you from amongst yourselves, as easy as adding humor and

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whatever you suffer or believers bears down heavily on him in bed.

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He is desirous of your welfare and your interest be what many not at all for him. He is compassionate and merciful talks.

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That's a large description of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam felt towards us.

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Imam Bukhari Muslim Rahmatullah Halima both relate from say the noble credo the Allah and that he said, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Every profits hazard which is accepted

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and every messenger has used his

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the word in the diff is every messenger has a buyer which is accepted.

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And I intend to reserve my daughter

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in the hope of seeking intercession for my mom the Day of Judgment

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Every other messenger has used as Laura. I intend to reserve my girl

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for Safari and then session of my

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guardians.

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And Mr. Muslim relates from the same companion Abdullah. Allah, beautiful.

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He relates to love. The loved one who has said once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recited the verse of the Quran in which Allah mentions of the offseason it brought him at ease. And that is Bobby in Atlantic Theater, Mina NASS from a mini Omen Asana.

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The Prophet Ibrahim alayhis. Salam prayed and said, Oh my god, indeed they are the ie the idols have led many astray. So whoever

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obeys me and follows me, then he is me. So whoever obeys me and follows me. He is off me.

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Then Ibrahim Alayhi. Salaam didn't say that whoever disobeys me or law punish them.

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He said from Anthony anything nominee so whoever follows me. He is off me. Amen. asani.

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And whoever disobeys me, Oh Allah, then indeed you are most forgiving and most merciful. That was a prayer of Ibrahim our days. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam read the verse of suta Merida, in which Allah mentions of the route of the Prophet salallahu Salam on the Day of Judgment.

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I will be Prophet Isa will pray in the booth.

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When

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he, Prophet Isa will say the same thing, Allah, if you punish,

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then after all, they are yourself.

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And if you forgive them, then indeed you are the almighty all wise. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam read these two verses, which contain the death of the Prophet Ibrahim for his own man, and the wife of the Prophet Isa for his own man, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began weeping, and he suddenly exclaimed, alarm at the mercy of Allah my mind.

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So gibreel alayhi salatu salam was summoned by Allah and sent to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he was said to him, or Djibouti? Go on Ask the Prophet Mohammed, even though Allah knows best

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Muslim.

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Don't ask the Prophet Mohammed even though Allah knows best, what makes him weep. So Jubilee alayhis salam came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said Yara, sort of Allah, Allah has sent me to you to inquire of you What makes you weep. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, My mama my mama

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gibreel la Santa was told by Allah, that Audrey inform the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that do not grieve for your alma for Allah will never hurt you in your own mind and allow will make you pleased and content about your

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love and not hurt you in your.

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And this is right last season sort of.

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Our Lady de Jama with darker bukoba mokara

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Amina Lula, what a soul for you out there you got a book of a battle By the mid morning brightness. And the night when it settles in its darkness will leave either such a man with dark or polka Wanaka your Lord has not forsaken you or messenger of Allah, nor has he taken a dislike unto you. And indeed the later life is better for you than the former life. What a soul for Europe, he got a book of atharva and soon your LORD shall give you until you are content. So you have an idea of the Allahu anhu used to say that for me in the entire Quran. This is a one single verse that gives me the most hope. We can not imagine that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will ever be pleased

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and content and Allah will continue to give to him and so every member of his almost forgiven and granted salvation entrance

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there's so much more that can be said he was a mercy for the whole oma he was a mercy for all the world's he was an embodiment of mercy and not just him as a person. But his teaching is Sharia is his teachings as similar. Even that is a reflection of mercy.

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Does not law same sort of an ad off in that long verse. We hear a lot more about where you're headed, we might even we

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cannot lie, that he the Messenger of Allah makes pure for the people what

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makes normal for them, the pure things makes unlawful for them the impure things, and he removed from them their burden

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and he removes from them the shackles of

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the teachings and the sun navasota muscle Allahu alayhi wa sallam. They are not meant to oppress and

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to suppress and to imprison and to shackle and to burden rather than are meant to free and to liberate, to uplift to dignify to give on

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a last season the Koran or my Jana de config dinheiro or ra has not placed any burden for you in religion in reverse at the law we commonly use No What are you need to become a nurse, a well wishes us for you lots not much difficulty for you. And even when addressing the rise of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and speaking to them about the laws of hijab, about what they can do, what they can't do, what they should do what they shouldn't do, whilst giving them instructions of halaal and how arm

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injunctions, prohibitions, prescriptions, obligations,

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arise as to, to all of these instructions, and sort of

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addressing the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Margarita Lolita van correlates the bait with the Heroku era, or family of the house or people of the house, a lot only wishes to remove all impurity from you and to purify you a thorough purification.

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This is a sort of a sort of last.

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It's an embodiment of mercy. He wasn't mercy. His character was a character of mercy. His conduct reflected mercy. He was an embodiment of mercy and compassion. His teachings are a mercy and His Koran which he brought is

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the religion which he brought is

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and for all the world, not just for the Arabs, or for one group of people, we pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enable all of us and others also, to see and appreciate and to embrace the beauty and the lines and the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his person in his character in a similar in his teachings in the Koran that he brought, and the religion and the message that he brought to the law was some of them are applicable to me and I'm humbled while he said he had main panic alarm or alert now he learned the stuff it'll go on.