The Prophet’s Emigration To Madinah Part 2

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Spoiler

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alert.

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We're not meant to be here to talk karate when our

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audience and our women see the man in a man you have to love her for that and

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follow her. Howdy, Ella. I want to share one last caller should he want to shut up with an Arab daughter saw some Lala Diana. He wanna he was.

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America found him in a shady Vanya regime.

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In the law, her woman, it could have

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been

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a lot

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later on Brahim,

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Ibrahima in the machine a lot.

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Brahim

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suspects the listeners.

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Last week, we started the study and commentary of the heavy hitter. But I mean, I'm sure it'll be a lot one from

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virtually the whole session last week was taken up in

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providing an introduction and a background to the events that ultimately led to the hijra.

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There's a lot more that can be said about that. But I intend to actually begin today.

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If you

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wish to

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learn about further details regarding the background, to the hedgerow and some of the events that led up to it, then please refer to some of the talks I've given previously, such as the commentary and the ethos of sincerity of intention in the Milan out of India. Also a talk I gave about being a watershed, etc. But today, let's actually begin with

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this is these from the 3905 from Sahil Bacardi, from the book, double monostable unsolved book of the virtues of unsolved and specifically the chapter Bible hinted at in the BDSM. The law it was some of them was happy in Medina chapter of the emigration of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions to Medina, for those of you who aren't following with the full version of Hebrew, and then from the summarized version three, the number is

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15 193

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overlooks northern

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baja de la

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Kaden lays on a plane in particular she had been for over

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an hour. The loved one has outrun the beast and the law of it he was

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with a continuous chain from mutiny man Buhari Rahim Allah He says, Yes, okay, you relate to as that lays related to as from a guy

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who said it mushy HUBZone he said that he informed me that

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the wife or the alarm rang her than the wife or the messengers to love it who was set.

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way you're

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in LA Mahamaya de Nan de.

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She says that I never knew my parents.

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Except that they both follow the religion.

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While she's she begins this long account of a hedge

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with the introductory words

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that take us back to her childhood and the

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stakes of the family of a worker of the law

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in the earliest days of Islam,

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and she mentioned something that was a great honor and prestige to her and her family, namely, that they had an ancient tradition of Islam.

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Her father and her mother

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were both

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The earliest Muslims

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will look at us a vehicle of the alarm is renowned as being the first free man who embraced Islam from the adults see them. The alarm was the first child see them as even the hardest, but the

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the adopted son of the Prophet similar love it for some of them was a first freed slave to embrace.

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And mean Khadija huddled the alarm was the first Muslim, Barnum and also the First Lady and woman to embrace Islam, but of the men. And

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in Khadija I don't think a lot is even the hardest the head of the law one. And and even though the blood in the law one, these were all family members of the prophets and the law, it was one of them. So the first person to embrace Islam from out of the family

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was a vehicle of the law.

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And his wife. He had a number of wives, but the mother of

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one woman in the shadow of the law one her and her full blood brother and the rock man

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that her name was all man.

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And she smiling, a smile The alarm rang her was her half sister. They both shared the same father of a buck. But

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they had different mothers.

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A smile on the alarm, his mother was known as the dealer,

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and all calling some concessions for Taylor. But she was a mother of Abdullah and a smile The alarm habit

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shall be a loved one her Her mother was immortal man and her full blood brother was amped to her mom. So she says that

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ever since I came to my senses, as a child,

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Never have I known a day of disbelief in my house. My father was a Muslim. My mother was a Muslim. Both were the some of the earliest Muslims.

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And this was a thing of great prestige and because later was how battle the alarm rang when Islam flourished and spread. And the Muslims became prominent and dominant in many places.

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People would trace their religious ancestry.

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Back to the earliest days prior to Islam. People prided themselves on their ethnic ancestry, on their blood on their lineage and their family. But later they began tracing their religious ancestry and taking pride in that. And who could claim a greater honor than the family of aboubaker this vehicle of the law

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at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was the only family even till the time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam departed from this world when four generations of the same family were all Muslim. So you had the Grandpa, the great grandfather,

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the father could have said it will be a loved one of man

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is

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what he was most famously known by. And his name was Earth man. So you have the great grandfather of all, who embraced Islam in the eighth year of hitch at the conquest of Mecca. You had his son, de todo de la langue, who was a Muslim. You had the children of Abu Bakar Cydia could have the alarm. Customer Abdullah Abdullah Rama Anisha

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the alarm these were all Muslims. And

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you had the son of a smile The alarm rang her Abdullah hidden resurveyed the great grandson. So at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this family was unique in that the grandchild,

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the parents, the grandparents, and one of the great grandparents were almost

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so

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in an shardul deal law, says the

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law Mahamaya de Nani Dini, I have never known

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my parents, except that they both follow the religion.

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What am imura Alina young

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ilaya Tina Fie Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam parrafin hari bukata mushiya

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She says that not a day would pass

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over us, except that the province of the law might even with some of them would visit us at the two ends of the day, morning and evening. Here she describes how close she was her family,

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especially her father to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam indeed he was his best friend even before.

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And after embracing Islam too. She remembers from the moment she first came to her senses, that she had her family, her mother and her father book of the law.

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And they had a regular visitor every single day. Imagine how close they were, how friendly they were, that

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would visit this family every single day, morning and evening.

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She then say is from a Muslim home when the Muslims were

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from a billion Muslims, when the Muslims were persecuted,

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or were put some to trial and tribulation, courage Abu Bakar in large

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Habesha

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Abubakar de la left, emigrating towards the land of the embassy.

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As I explained in my introduction on other occasions,

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam invited the Quraysh and the people of Makati.

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Initially at the first call, there was opposition.

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There was indifference, then there was opposition.

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But the opposition initially was restricted to

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verbal arguments debates, on occasions jabs and insults. But gradually this escalated and eventually, verbal in some insults, and jives turned into Jocelyn and arguing turned into quarreling and physical fighting, and persecution. And eventually

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the range when they became

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very intense in the opposition.

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They began physically hurting and harming the Muslims. And we know the accounts such as a family of Yasser

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will be a lot worrying the father of

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a model the alarm his mother, his father said they would be tied up and tortured, and the Muslims were helpless. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pass by them, and appeal to them saying sablon are they asked for in them or whatever call agenda, but all family of yours.

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Patience

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for your promises.

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Your promise destination is just

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so that was that family then there were other others as well. We learned more about how to be a law firm who was tortured. Some of the others like Bob urato, the law firm, the stories are very famous.

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Without going into details about many of the others, let me give an account of the father of our shadow, the alarm her herself abubaker the alarm on how he himself was persecuted.

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And ultimately, what was persecution led to

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in approximately the fifth year of prophethood. He told us about all the alarm, that leave

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and travel to the land of the Indians. There, there is a noble and just king

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who follows the Christian faith.

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And he is just ruler in his land, no one is wrong. And you will be free to believe and to worship in peace and you will be free from persecution.

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So, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraged them to travel to Kenya.

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They were known as the habitat, the abyssinians. But it was actually the kingdom of

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the actual mites or the not the extra mite kingdom. And the area which they went to was up soon. So it's in modern day Ethiopia. So it's just straight across the Red Sea. Normally they would travel south towards Yemen. And there was

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There's a very narrow streets, the streets of Adam, they will travel across the Strait of Adam across the Red Sea and into the Horn of Africa. That was their main crossing. And there that was where in modern day Ethiopia, that's where you had the kingdom of extreme. So the province and their leader ruler was an joshy, which was a generic term for all the Abyssinian emperors, just like Caesar was for the Roman Emperor as khasra was for the society and Persian Emperor is the generic term. And the title for the rulers of the abyssinians of the kingdom was in the joshy negus. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him to travel there, first, a very small group left of

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approximately 15 people. And then a second wave left after them, of just over 100 people, approximately 101 people.

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And the first group, consistent even a family members of the civil law, some of the law hiding or some of them. And the first group was actually led by off man of the mother of the

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very famous companion, was the brother in law, see the barber, the alarm? I'm one of the earliest Muslims. And if none of them have been with the alarm was actually invited to Islam, but

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the alarm and he became Muslim because of the, of the alarm. So there were many stories of persecution. And they did they emigrate this first hedger to place in approximately the fifth year of prophethood. So when the first wave of Muslims had left, even a bucket of severe call of the alarm, despite being a nobleman of the grave,

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he felt so pressured, so abandoned, and so persecuted in his own land, despite being who he was, that even he intended to emigrate into the Hydra towards the land of the abyssinians and follow his fellow Muslims. And just one of the accounts of his persecution and prior to mentioning the story, let me just share with you that one of the reasons why the noble meme of the British amongst the Muslims they escaped persecution was because of that

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tribal hierarchy and that clan structure that that clans afforded them protection. And there was no rule, there was no authority, everything hung in a very fine balance of power, and strength. And

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people were detailed. There were deterrents. So

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one was protected by one's siblings, one's immediate family, that immediate family had the backing and the protection of the clan, the clan had the protection of the tribe, and so on. Those who didn't have that family protection or clan protection, they were exposed and they were vulnerable. This is why all of the weaker. So how about the law, that that family clan tribal protection, they were the ones who assumed get any pick times, and they were physically tortured, and even mad, as happened with the parents of Amazonia sort of the alarm.

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But the others escaped this persecution not because the Quraysh felt that he is one of us, she is one of us, we won't torture them, we won't persecute them will tolerate them now. They bore the same hatred towards them, but they feared retaliation. So if they attacked someone who belonged to a strong family, and the family was backed by a clan of the British or the non Arab residents, or a non Arab residents,

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they feared that we harm one of them. The clan will retaliate. And in fact, Han retaliates will enter into another war for another battle, another war with clans and tribes. So there was this deterrant that was that was all that it was otherwise. It's hard. They harbored the same resentment, and they wanted to inflict the same harm upon them as the others how bad are the alarm?

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So

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the alarm belonged to the clan of Blue. Blue team at the time wasn't that powerful, but it was still an Arab clam.

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Have the courage. So Abu Bakr Siddiq rhodiola was still honored because before he embraced Islam, he was

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a highly successful

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For businessmen,

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a renowned trader, a scholar, a poet, a man of words, a man of letters, and he was known for his scholarship, especially about poetry and the Arabic language and genealogy.

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And he was very wise, very soft hearted, very noble, very well behaved. In fact, abubaker severe for the alarm, never touched a drop of alcohol in his entire life, not even after Islam, but even in the days of jaggedy. He and so you them out with one of our family, your loved one, and have mounted with them with all of the alarm too. So, they will noble people amongst these when certain enlightened individuals,

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they shunned idolatry. They shunned the malpractices of their people. They even shunned alcohol, the worship of idols, alcohol, and various other things. And spamela I say, idolatry and alcohol

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but in the poor and they were associated lands, original saves. Yeah, you're living in Amman. In the middle camera. Well, nice little wooden Saba well, as long as it's a minimalist shape on fish, then it will hold on Oh believers, very alcohol, wine,

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gambling. While unsolved and the altars of sacrifice, well, Islam and the arrows of divination all of these are red, some anomalies, shavon impurities from the works of the devil.

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So even a lot associated, the altars have sacrificed some alcohol. But certainly enlightened individuals like offline have not found abubaker severe of the alarm and they shun the practices of their people in religion. They shunned idolatry. They even shunned

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the misdeeds and the misbehavior and the misdemeanors of their people and their indiscretions and their habits such as gambling and alcohol and etc. So

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it could be a loved one was regarded as a wise noble individual. He sat he had a seat in the Council of the orange, where he would

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participate in the political, social tribal discussions. His word was listened to, he was respected. And not only that he actually held an office, he held office, he represented his clan blue vein, in certain responsibilities that were divided amongst the orange.

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But just like the profits of the law it was

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until he announced Islam, they regarded him hide. But the moment the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam proclaimed his message, they turned against him, the same with the sort of the alarm, till the moment he embraced Islam. He was regarded as intelligence wise, a nobleman, someone of respect and honor for the moment he embraced Islam. He lost that in the eyes of the or at least those who were

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antagonistic towards Muslims.

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And then, after he embraced Islam, I will look at a study called the alarm and on one occasion, he said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Yarra sort of love. The Muslims hadn't yet reached 40 there were just under 40 Muslims, and look at a severe kind of the alarm set to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam our messenger of Allah, why don't we openly preach to the poor Ah, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam discouraged him and said, We are not strong in number. So we'll look at the alarm system. We are not many number he persisted. Eventually, one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam granted them permission. So what kind of the alarm stood in the harem of

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Makkah around the Ganga. And he began preach.

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When the brush heard his words, they will besides them, they were beside themselves with the rage. They actually launched themselves on the him and physically attacked him and all the other Muslims who are in the house. One by one, they pick them out in their anger. On this occasion, they disregarded tribal loyalty, and they began attacking whoever they catch amongst Muslims, and we'll look at a vehicle of the alarm was beaten so badly by a number of them. That one of them would not be here. He actually sat on the chest of a worker cervical the alarm and with a sandals

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He witnessed him repeatedly across the face until he made him unconscious. And he made him bleed to such a degree and bruised his face with his sandals that it's mentioned in the narrations that the whole face. The alarm was reduced to a bloody Pope, so that it was the front was indistinguishable from the bank.

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And then, some members of his clan arrived, but and then, and they rescued a worker of the alarm and took him to his house.

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There they lay him on his bed, his family began caring for him his immediate family, the clan of Dane, even though they were non Muslim, remember, it was a question of tribal honor as well, if one family member had been attacked, regardless of his views, and his religion, and the remaining family did not retaliate or stand his defense, it was a great dishonor for them.

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So one thing, not just because of the question of honor, but in genuine sincerity, when they saw their kinsmen being attacked and beaten unconscious in this manner, by a member of a rival clan. They were incensed. So they went to the leaders of the clan of the moutain. They went to the harem, and they openly announced the abuse the others, and they openly announced because they thought a worker of the alarm may die. So they said, by a law, if a worker dies, we will retaliate. And we will kill or go to Nairobi.

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So then they went back, the family gathered around him. Some of the clan leaders told his mother and his family to look after him well, eventually, at sunset in the evening, abubaker of the alarm opened his eyes. And when he opened his eyes, his family was around him. Some of his clan members were around and they were non Muslim, the Klan members, and the first words he uttered were, how isn't a sort of law, some of the law it wasn't.

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So the Klan members became annoyed. And they said we look how much you have suffered won't be until you

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look how much you have suffered. All because of Mohammed Omar Abdullah. And look how much we have had to endure and become embroiled in because of you. After a day of unconsciousness after such a severe beating,

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your first words upon regaining consciousness are about the same Mohammed Abdullah, the How is Muhammad Abdullah, so the clan members in their anger and disgust the left, but the mother began looking after your loved one. And one of the clan members told her that feed him and give him to drink. So the mother tried to feed and give water to drink tobacco, the alarm rang his own mother, but he refused. She tried to force feed him he refused. And then he said, By Allah, I take a vow, I will not eat a morsel of food or drink a sip of water, until I have seen with my own eyes, that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam as well and safe. So then the mother didn't know where to find out

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how to enquire, she eventually was told to contact with Jamil, the sister of a barber of the alarm. So

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she went and she asked me

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that, do you know where magdala is?

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So Jimmy will have the law.

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In those days, there was a question of great secrecy. They were all fearful because of the climates and the hostility towards Muslims. And that day, the Muslims had just suffered a severe beating, even the nobleman of the abubaker, who was a former council member, a representative of his own cram if he had suffered in that manner than most of the others. So when would you mean it'll be alone? I'm actually feigned ignorance and said, I don't know who or where Mohammed Abdullah is. Then she told her about her son's condition. She said, I will come with you when they went. When would you mean that the alarm when she saw the state of abubaker of the alarm, all discretion, and all caution

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flew out of the window. And she rushed forward and with great motion and in a loud voice explained and began cursing those who had a tactical bucket of the alarm in that manner. And then, what could have the alarm said to her where is it also laughs on the left?

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Arlene foster them and how is he so much? I mean,

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the alarm has said to her Is it safe to speak here? Because she's here your mother and we're working with the alarm said she needs to be trusted. So she wasn't Muslim till the mother so

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much Amina. Meanwhile the alarm told him that he is in

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battle.

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So abubaker the alarm said take me to LA in the evening at Mount, these two women are Jamil the alarm. And the mother. They dragged and carried over bucket or the alarm and he had he was leaning on them in that pitiful state. He went braving all danger to the house of where the profits on the line he was suddenly was present with this habit of the law.

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When he entered Providence and the law and he stood up, and with tears in his eyes, he rushed forward and he kissed the workers of the of the ally. worker the alarm said all my pain has disappeared.

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Then I will walk out of the alarm and point his mother said you're the sort of law she's mine with proof that law guides her to slow profits in the law highly prayed for her then and then and lo and behold immediately she embraced Islam. Even in that condition. All he was worried about was his mother's Islam and the well being of Rasulullah sallallahu he was

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that was abubaker of the alarm.

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So when he shot the alarm, he says for them to Liam skin courage.

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You know

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that when the Muslims were tormented and persecuted abubaker the alarm left mcca and made his way towards the land of the abyssinians so the others were persecuted but even abubaker Cydia could have the alarm suffered in that manner.

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Courage Abu Bakr in Abu Bakr de la one left, he left maka Mahajan emigrating out of the habitat towards a land of the abyssinians

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Isabella kebanyakan Rima

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until when he reached

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berceuse I'ma

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call him a few weeks ago I spoke about the I commented on the Hadeeth of would be a law firm on knowledge.

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And on that occasion, I spoke about Barack Obama being in the southernmost part of Yemen. And it was so far from other areas that the Arabs would refer to Barack Obama as lambs. And

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so it became a common phrase.

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And that's why it was mentioned then that if I had to travel all the way to work will demand from Damascus I would do so for the sake of a verse. And even this How about the alarm on the occasion of but

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they told the prophets of Allah it

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sounded the alarm said to him, Yasuda Allah, if you were to take us and travel with us all the way to work all the math, we would march

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So what was the man became a phrase referring to a very distant place. And I mentioned that the equivalent in English would be when someone wishes to describe traveling from one end of the country to the other, from john o'Groats to land and so beautiful if you're mad was similar to Land's End, but on this occasion, it was literally wasn't figurative phrase he actually traveled to but it will remand all the way from Makkah at the march march of about five nights journey and that's where the others how about the alarm and may have possibly led left the Arabian Peninsula from was on the coast. So what could have the alarm on March five nights all the way to work with the Mad alone

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in order to do his job.

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When he arrived in Berkeley man this coastal place in order to cross the streets of Adam and enter into the Horn of Africa, for the hedger. There he met someone walking in a shuttle the love on her continues with the Hadeeth

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him out and see when he reached Barack Obama and lucky

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lucky lucky lucky Yahoo

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I met him and he was the chief of the tribe

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for car so he said in the back with

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a call back

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said

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Oh, my people have driven me out for what? A half an hour

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so I wish to travel in the land what would I be in worship My Lord

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said to him for in the mythical Yeah.

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Oh Baba, the likes of you. Now Yahoo Giovanna.

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They do not leave nor are they driven out.

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For in the myths lochia, Babak, la Yakuza

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the likes of you, oh buck,

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do not leave are not made to be even though it was a non Muslim.

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And he was achieved and of a tribe of the tribe of Allah.

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And then he carries on he says, For in the mythopoeic for the likes of you. Yeah, Babak aboubaker, La Jolla Village, they do not leave nor are they made to leave in the Catholic civil marriage

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very, you provide

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for the destitute, you provide for the deprived what the civil rights

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and you buying the bonds of blood

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what that means

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and you bear the burden

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what that could be

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and you honor and host the guest or even or other and it will help and you assist others over the misfortunes effects.

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This is what Abu Bakr radi Allahu is known for.

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Now, interestingly,

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even though he

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was a non Muslim,

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and he wasn't a close friend of Abu Bakr, or the alarm,

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but they were acquainted.

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They knew each other. They weren't even from the same tribe.

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But when he met him on this occasion, he recognized him and he said, Oh, aboubaker, where are you going? How do I find you here? It's about a cruise a man

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said, he never told him where he was traveling, or working with the lover and didn't tell him. I'm going to have a senior. He just said

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only for what he did and see if a lot of

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my people have driven me out. So I wish to travel the land and worship My Lord, but he never told him where he was going.

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So even though I was surprised,

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and he was embarrassed, because he was from Africa.

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And he said, How is it possible

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that my people the Moroccans can make someone like you leave? We are surely a poorer nation and a poorer people, if the likes of you leave and frustration or are driven out and then he mentioned some of the qualities of a worker of the alarm.

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And what did he say?

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The likes of you do not leave and are not driven out for in nikka, taxable marital, for you provide for the depression.

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What time it will come and you bear the burden on behalf of others. You carry other people's weight and burden, you assist others.

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And you host and entertain the guests.

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Were in Radha and Allah He will help and you assist others over the misfortunes of fate. happier means fate, the Arabs

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and what the civil regime and you bond the bond, you bond. You're buying the bonds of blood, you bond, the ties of blood. All of these things were virtuous deeds in the sight of the Arabs. And I'll quickly mention them one

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thing, marriage do you provide for the deprived the Arabs?

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individually, they may have had their weaknesses, but they have a strong sense of honor and tradition. And part of that honor tradition was that they pride themselves in feeding people and helping others.

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If not all of them, many of them.

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What's the symbol and you tie the key

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Ship of blood you bombed the ties of blood. That's extremely important, even for the non Muslim Arabs. That was a very important thing. And that's the only way that whole tribal structure survived.

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You bear the burden of other people. You entertain and host the guests again, the Arabs were renowned for this. for them.

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They frowned upon selfishness,

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upon miserliness upon sponginess.

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They looked down upon others who were stingy. And that poets would boast

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of themselves on their tribal members spending and entertaining and hosting others.

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The arrows were renowned for their entertaining that guests were honored, so much so that even if an enemy was to come into the house,

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they would feed him that would entertain him, they had a tradition.

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And that's why the Arabs, they have this, they used to have this honor. And they used to have this sense that if someone shares their food with you,

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they trust you, they have granted you their protection.

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But if they do not share their food with you, then that means they are intent on killing you.

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And one had to go to extremes for that to happen. And that's why even in the Koran it's mentioned about so either mighty Rahim Allah His salam, when the angels came to visit him,

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they brought

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food, but he brought food for them.

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But they never act. So when they never act, he feared for it will just leave, he feared because that was a hostile sign, they feel will not even share food, they wish to attack or harm me. They came in the form of men so he did not recognize him. So then.

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So Baccarat Viola was told that you entertain the guests, and the final thing with their inner Hannah and it will help and you assist others over the misfortunes of cochlea means fate. The era was believed in fact, that major issues of fate, you can't do anything about them. So they believed in fate, and the and the calamities of fate and misfortunes. So, if however, something happened, they would assist one another. And one of the alarm was known for all of these things. He rose even amongst his peers in these noble virtues. Now again, as I said earlier, these five things are exactly the same things. That was said by

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the law to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he came back from the mountain, and from Cairo Shira, from the Cave of Hara after the revelation of the Holy Quran and his first meeting with gibreel as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was overcome by all he was frightful. He was fearful. And he came straight to him for the job, the alarm rang her, and she comforted him, consoled him, gave him solace. And when he felt the burden of that responsibility, and fear for himself, whether he would be able to fulfill it, she reassured him and her words of reassurance were exactly the same. For in the Civil War, the Civil

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War can

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help the Messenger of Allah, Allah will never abandon you fear not, for indeed, you provide for the deprived, you bear the burden of others, you entertain the guests, and you

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bond the ties of blood, and you assist others over the misfortunes of time and fate. So the reason why, independently on what mean Khadija harrowby Allah could say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and

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a non Muslim many years later, many, many hundreds of miles from Makkah tamuka Rama, he could say exactly the same words to a worker of the alarm.

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reason for this was that both the province and the law it was sort of the alarm where the best of friends and that temperaments merged,

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their likes were similar, their dislikes was. their preferences were similar, that characteristics were similar, indeed, of all the Sahaba of the alarm, the closest in action, indeed in wisdom and

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knowledge to the private civil law it was a vehicle of the alarm. They were both so similar in character, even though

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the alarm is the lead, we believe and we accept them as being the greatest Muslim, after the economy, your loved one, and the second best of us, how about the alarm?

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his temperament, his nature, his character was so different sort of sort of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but we'll look at a study of the alarm, his temperaments myrtus temperaments merged with that to the messenger still alive, it was one of them. In Arabic, there's a saying urgency, immediate indulgence, like is inclined to like. And the reason it was his best friend is that even before Islam, they shared the same values. They shared the same hopes.

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They were so similar in many ways, both were traders. Both were noble, honest, just assisting others. And not only that,

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between themselves, but all of the Quraysh mean that Mohammed and abubaker are both.

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That's why even if you could say this about the messengers a lot, even some Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam his closest companion was a worker of the alarm. no one understood him like abubaker the alarm? This is why the Sahaba of the alarm can relate that in the final days, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ascended the member.

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And then he gave a speech.

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As part of the speech, he said, Verily, Allah has given

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a servant oven he didn't say me or a V servant. He said, Allah has given a servant a choice between this this world and the world of the hereafter. So the servant chose that which is with Allah.

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Abu Bakr radi, Allahu exclaimed for that Obi Wan Miyata sort of law and burst into tears sobbing loudly.

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So the narrator of the Hadees says that the Sahaba of the alarm, looked at abubaker of the alarm. And they actually began thinking and saying even then read says I thought Manny had a shaky upkeep. What's wrong with this elderly? What? What's wrong with the senior man that he weaves? Allah gave a servant a choice between this world and the next life? So the servant chose the next life. Why does he weep over that? But then the narrator says the servant was none other than Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Adam all of us abubaker of the Allahu Anh was the most knowledgeable and the most understanding, he understood alone what that sentence meant. He was his character was so merged

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with that of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They felt like they fought like that's why last panel with the other it's a it's a pattern of a law in his creation. It's a symbol of a law in his creation, that those who follow the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam voluntarily allow also causes them to tread the same path and follow in the footsteps of the profits of the law, it will send them in voluntarily. And what kind of the law

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was two years, a few months younger than the profits of the law it

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left this world of what called the alarm and assumed khilafah

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he lived

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for only that amount of time, which was the difference between his age and that sort of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was some two years, few months.

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That was the time of his killer. And he died at the same age as the age of Rasulullah. Some of the law hiding himself, they were so close. If anyone understood the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it was a robot crystal.

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And so even if not non Muslim, hundreds of miles from Makkah, many years later, he could attain exactly the same words to aboubaker the alarm, but the closest companion his noble wife, named for the Dalai Lama, who knew him better than anybody else, she could utter the same words to him, what does that say, of their character, of their likeness, of their closeness and of how much of a worker the loved one was influenced by the sort of loss of the love it was sort of them. So it will say is after praising him in that manner for Anelka jar,

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I will be your guarantor. I will give you again

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In protection,

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energy, return to Makkah, Warren will drop back the ability and worship your Lord in your city for a job.

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So, he returned for animoca job, I will be your neighbor jar literally means neighbor.

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But the meaning of Jahre here is not I am your neighbor literally in the sense that just as a neighbor enjoys the protection of his neighbor or should do so that neighbors look after each other. They look out for each other, they care for each other.

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So the arrows

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from this concept of being neighborly of being a neighbor, they eventually adopted the concept of guarantee and protection. Java.

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So if I grant you do R, which is related to neighborliness, it means guaranteeing security. I will protect you. If anyone harms you they harm me.

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So

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don't set the alarm. I'm your neighbor. He didn't say I'm a neighbor. I'm your guarantor for Analytica job. I'm your guarantor if Jamie returns

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Benedick and worship your Lord in your city for a job. So what could the alarm returned? What the hell?

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And I traveled with him, all the way from Berkeley

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to muckety muck.

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Upon arrival in Makkah, what did

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he finish off right?

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At night, he visited all the chieftains and the nobles of the Quraysh he passed by all of them, in order to inform them for God and love them. So he said to them, in the abubaker in variable buck

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Rudra Mithra Hola, yo French, the likes of him.

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Do not leave nor are they driven out.

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A doc Regina Rajan exible. Madam, do you drive out a man who provides for the deprived? What your civil rights and who bonds, the ties of blood, we act middle gun and bears the burden. We are going to leave and hosts and entertains the guest. While you're in Northern Iowa, it will help and assist others over the misfortunes of fate. Do you drive out such a man for them to kill them, and he informed them that now I granted my protection.

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So even though the woman was saved will power the chieftain of the tribe of Barbara, since he granted protection to a worker of the lover and what that meant is that to harm or hurt a worker was to harm or hurt

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and to harm or hurt the blue dawn was to invite the retaliation and the warfare of the whole of the tribe of Gara. So a worker of the alarm had that protection for them to get the aeration Vijayawada Donna, so Rajesh did not reject the protection and the guarantee of the one that IE they did not resist it. They accepted. What are the liveness and they said to ignore the one more Ababa

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instruct Abubakar for the movie de la he should worship His Lord in his home for your Sunday fee. So let's pray there in well yaka Masha and lets him recite, read whatever he wishes that in his home. What are the knobs click, but he should not trouble is with that. ie he should not inconvenience as or travelers with his solder and his bed with his prayer and his recitation.

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Well is that and nor should he announce it, but his worship should be secret and privates in his home. His prayer should be private, his recitation should be private, and he should not openly announced this for him. Now, I'm not sure why, but in Russia, for indeed we fear he didn't assert and now

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that he will be which and beguile our children and our women folk.

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They feared that

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they feared the preaching of Islam. They fear the message of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was to such a degree that they were averse to even hearing the words of the product.

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Even though even the Honda was achieved and have a whole tribe, the whole tribe of Bara and he is so

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brazenly and openly and so confidently granted in protection, and then visited all the chieftains of the orange, and told them a buck you drive at all but

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the likes of him Do not leave and not driven out, they are an honor to your people.

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And you dishonor yourselves by driving him out. If you will

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not protect him, then I ignored the whole law, I Gramps in my security and protection. So you pick a fight with him, you pick a fight with me, you might he might, he went to all of the chieftains of our age. So none of them had the courage to reject the guarantee and security, even though

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but they still have the cheek and the temerity to say to him, however, fine, we will let him stay in Mecca. But he cannot worship openly he cannot pray openly, he cannot read openly, he cannot recite openly, his religion must be confined to the privacy of his own home. And when they even reveal the reason, they said because we fear for in Russia, and then in the SAT and our banana, because we fear that he will be rich in beguile our

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women folk and our children

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because they fear that

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and this is why whenever someone will recite the Quran, they weren't so confident that people would reject the or outright. They tried everything including causing a denim clamor like children or fools in the marketplace. If someone is speaking, knowingly in noble manner, and others don't wish them to be heard. What do they do? They stomp their feet they beat their drums, they

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boo and chant. So this is exactly what they would do with the recitation of the Quran last season for an

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accounting software setup or current recording the vena cava lotto smilingly huddle for anyone go fi

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and the people who just believe they said lattice smart only huddle or an do not listen to the score on when the Muslims would recite it. Lots of smart really hard to not listen to the score on World War fee, and cause a disruption they're in. Now looking totally born in the hope that you may become dominant. ie let your voice let your den let your karma of objection

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overwhelm the recitation of the horror. They fear the dilemma of the camera. And the reason is, on occasions the women, the children, and the women and not just the women and the children, but men, brave warrior men, they they fear and listen to the Koran, but at times it would secretly listen and that they would meet and listen to someone reciting Quran in the courtyard of their home or somewhere in the streets. And then they would tell each other would ask each other What were you doing? What were you doing? No, no, no, I was just passing by.

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But there will be the word B which by the Quran and forget anybody else. even say you're gonna barbital the Allahu Akbar them the humble Abdullah here they relate to her even as Muslim that

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it'll be your Lovering who says one day when he was a non Muslim,

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Ivan taps to

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peste

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Abdullah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Alan Thompson annoy him and to pester him.

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So I followed him until he reached

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admission to

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the masjid near the gamma.

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And he began Salah.

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So I stood behind him. And in his Sala he began the dilemma on the recitation of sort of the heart.

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And whilst he was reading, I was listening intently. And I was, even though I was opposed to him, and I was a non Muslim and this was

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he says, I was listening intently. And he was obviously mesmerized by the recitation of the messengers, the law it was in them, and the poetry in the eloquence and the power of the words. So then he says when he reached the end of the surah, towards the end of the surah, I began saying to myself, these are very beautiful words. It's and then when he reached the verse for that symbol, the mouth of sudano omada.

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In the hula, Assouline Karim

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so I do swear by what you do not see and by what you do see

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It

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is the word of a Noble Messenger. I said to myself, he is a poet.

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The Mohammed is a poet. Suddenly the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recited the next verse.

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Walmart horbet polish,

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bonito motto,

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that it is not the speech of a poet's literal Do you believe so instantly I thought to myself, if not to Sharia, then occur in a soothsayer. And the next verses will be Holika him Polina mother Kuru and nor the words of a soothsayer. Little do you take heat from zero Mirabella mean a revelation from the Lord of the worlds.

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And this isn't just a fable, this is actually a hadith and the Muslim humblebrag de la la. So that was abarbanel De La Hoya. And he says, until he reached the end of the surah. So then, I began to have the first stirrings of Islam in my heart, for what garfi can be, that it struck me in my heart. So there, the Koran is, indeed, marches, it's a defeat. It's overwhelming, and let alone children or women, even the warrior men like

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the alarm, they were overwhelmed by the tilava. So this is what the British feared, they feared the truth. They feared the eloquence and the power of the message of the Quran. And so they said to the woman, fine, he can stay in muck, but he can't worship openly let alone preach, he can't preach. He can't worship, he can't announce his religion. He can pray, and he can read, but only in the privacy of his own home, for we do fear that he will be rich and mesmerize our women, Falcon, our children

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out of

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the box. So Obama

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went and said this to a worker of the law for the buckling of the law, and we learned so boubakeur of the law and remained on this. Yeah, amadora bahuvida, worshipping his Lord in his home. When I asked when I started in ob salata and never openly announcing his prayer, what are your prophy rated daddy and never read in anywhere else other than in his home

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from the Medallia.

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Then

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another opinion

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occurred abubaker. All he changed his mind, the Arabs.

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When they speak about someone changing their mind, they say, but it's appeared to him something new appeared, which he then decided to do. So the word better luck means he changed his mind. So from bedelia be bachlin, then Abu Bakr rhodiola, unchanged as mine, for Panama, Steven befinner, either, so he built a machine just to place a prayer within out in the courtyard of his home.

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I've explained before the words are there.

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And I've been asked this question too, and I've explained before as well, what's the difference between bait and in Arabic, we normally translate both as house so bait house, the house,

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but in the Arabic original.

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In the original text, we normally find the difference between bait and

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choosing different places. So what is the difference?

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We may not be able to

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understand it very well here. But for those of you who visited other countries or whose families do come from different parts of the world,

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you may understand this better bait means a house and can refer to a large house but normally it would refer to a property which wouldn't have gardens or a courtyard

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or instead.

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So it's normally just one house, it may have one room or more room so even a single house with a single room is referred to as bait.

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Because bait simply refers to a place where one spends an act

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but that

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is not restricted to a single room. It's normally a large house often with many chambers or smaller buildings. And those of you who understand audible will understand me those of you who know or do will understand the difference immediately.

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In Asian countries,

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the difference between God which is bait girl and co t

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ot is that

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so when you have a goatee, which is

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Which has many different smaller adjacent buildings and a large open a large home with a courtyard doesn't have to have gardens at a stage that leaves a courtyard or a front area, a back area, this Corti is dark, and bait simply means God. Now you can say, you can use Godot for ot as well, but you wouldn't use goatee for God. Same in Arabic, you'd use bait for that, but you wouldn't use down just for a bite. So

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Chateau de Allah says, Then I must see them we cannot

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allow and build a machine in the courtyard of his

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house but we don't just mean a house. I mean, like I said, corty

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what

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what can you suddenly fee and he would pray Salah there in way across all Quran and he would recite the Quran in that new mustard area which he built in the courtyard of his home fee and before I lay in the circle mushrikeen our Abner

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so the women folk of the pagans and their children would burst upon Abubakar de la unrushed were actually rushed to listen to him read and to watch him pray.

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There was strong around him, but him yeah Giovanna min and they will be marveling at him when Runa LA and they will be looking at them observing him What kind of Abu Bakar in Rajasthan

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and Abu Bakr rhodiola was an excessively weeping man who could not control his eyes when he recited

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the alarm and was very soft hearted, extremely

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noble, gentle.

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But

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after the messenger subtle alarm, it was alum. He was of the most perfect human being soft and lenient, were required, firm and resilient were needed.

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Open and bold were required, accommodating and tolerant, wise and silence for bearing and patience when needed a lot. That's why after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he read the Quran, he would weep when he would pray Salah he would weep when he would receive good news he would weep.

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Soft, sensitive, humble divides.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, and even a warrior like a barber or your loved one

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was lost in confusion threatening to kill anyone who suggested that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has passed away. This How about the Allahu anhu were weeping inconsolable.

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There was an atmosphere of confusion,

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utter shock and consternation. We will bewilderment

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on that occasion. Someone is soft hearted, and as humble and as devout.

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And as emotional as a worker of the Allahu I'm he he was away. He calmly walked into the machine. Observe the congregation saw

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the alarm, calmly walk through, visited the house of his daughter saw the messenger some law abiding or certain lying down, walked up to him, bent over him, kissed him with tears rolling from his eyes, down his cheeks, rows and your tip the media they are a sort of law, pure you are in depth you are in life and you're in depth alone, never combined to death for your messenger of Allah. Then he walks out calmly, big bids.

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The alarm for silence. He doesn't pay attention in his confusion in a shock. So I'm gonna say the noble book it has to do with the alarm and calm and he began speaking speaking, and he delivers one of the most noble speeches in religious history.

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Or people manconi algorithm humor them for in the Mohammedan cloudmark uncanny Abba de la, la, la your mood or people whoever used to worship Him in the know that he has died. And whoever worships Allah, the know that he is alive everlasting and never shall never suffer death. Then he recited the verse of the Quran, Omar Mohammed from Law School of Public Affairs a matter of putting them to mana become omean cabana activated for the new toda la

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It's lush, green, and Mohammed is a messenger amongst the messengers. Many messengers have passed before him. What if he dies or he is killed in caloptima, la kabhi come, you will flip and turn on your heels. So whoever flips in terms on his heels, then he does not harm a lock in the least. And Allah will reward those who are grateful. When he finished the recitation of this, of this verse of

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the law, one actually collapsed. And he says,

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It was then I realized that indeed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has left this world, and the barber the alarm or emphases that we, although the verse was revealed, it did not occur to us. And they felt as though they had never heard this before. Of all the people, the one who was the most sensitive, the most emotional, the most humble, the most devout, the commerce, he who could not control his arms, when praying, reading the Koran or even when receiving good news. He was the most robust and resilient a lot.

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That is what you call a balanced

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individual. No one could match that amongst all the Sahaba it'll be a loved one.

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But he was a man who was extremely emotional and he was attached to the Holy Quran. When we did the commentary on the hadith of if about the false accusation that was leveled against minion and shuttle, the Allah and her. You recall that in one part, it said that she when she regained consciousness, she had fallen down and conscious when she regained consciousness, she said to her mother, has the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam found out about this allegation, as my father found out, and when all man while the alarm rang, I confirmed to her that they

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they did. She began weeping loudly and wailing on the back of the alarm and where was he? At the time of this great misfortune and calamity that had before him his family and his daughters honor his family honor was at stake, and his chaste daughter had been falsely accused of adultery. What was boubakeur of the alarm? I'm doing on that occasion. Kannada Social Media Pro Jaco Quran, he was on the roof of the house reading the

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avocado the alarm was attached and devoted to the Koran. And he he would we, when he read the Quran, he would we insula to this is why again towards the final days, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa Salaam was extremely ill, he said to he was unable to leave the Muslims in prayer. So the family was gathered around him in Asia was there have saddled the alarm house there? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his illness and the great pain he said to them, mortal Ababa couldn't fully have suddenly been mass instructable buck that he should lead the people in prayer.

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So many in our shadow the alarm has spoke, and she said he had a soul alarm.

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Indeed, a while back

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in Ababa, clean Rajan Baca

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or messenger of Allah, of worker of the alarm is one who excessively weeps and is emotional.

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So instruct me

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to leave the Salah.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Morrow Ababa caring for your son livingness instruct a callback that he should leave the people in prayer. He didn't listen to Aaron shadow the alarm.

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So I shouted the alarm on her set to

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tell him tell the problem you say to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that your father should leave. So have started the alarm has woke up and she said exactly what the alarm had said. And she said, Yeah, I saw the law in abubaker in Rajan Baca. Indeed. aboubaker is a man who weeps excessively he's emotional he's unable to control his tears or his emote, he's unable to control his tears. So instruct

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rhodiola instruct Bob to leave the Salah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the Quran Allah

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will use

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that very Lee you are like the women companions of you are like the women around Yusuf alayhi salam, Ababa caring for your Salinas. instructable Bakker. Like he should lead the people in prayer. What did he mean by that you are like the women of use of

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In the story of use of Allah, his salon, the was he his wife, she tried to seduce him, he rebuffed her and resisted her seduction and spurned her advances. And he wasn't tempted. So she then enlisted the help of the other women folk. So they all started piling pressure on him on him saying that except the invitation and do not spend the advances of the why for the nobleman of Egypt. So what did you say his Salaam say? I'd be a sigil I really am amazed at

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what you love. Mostly find me case.

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Manager, Dean. Oh, my road prison is far better for me than what they invite me to.

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And if you Oh my Lord, if you do not turn away and divert their plot on their skin from me, then perchance I may be inclined to them. And then I will become one of the wrongdoers on the unjust.

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So

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she tried to convince him individually, when he didn't listen to her. She enlisted the help of the other women folk, and they all tried to convince him. So hear me out your shadow of the alarm on her said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he said instructable backups lead the people in prayer. She said he's a very emotional man. He is a man who weeps excessively. So instruct I would have no hubbub. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, repeated mortal Ababa instructable, but usually the people in prayer. So out of the 11 have enlisted the help of have started the alarm rang her. So she said to her, you tell him as well to tell your father to lead in prayer, not my father

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because he weeps excessively.

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So, first of all, the alarm then sets the property of the alarm, it wasn't them that just as an Shai, saying, the alarm leaves excessively So tell us about the province. The law it was one of them said you are like the women Polk of use of instructable buckles lead the people in prayer. So I have started the alarm on her turn to an ashram said, no good has ever come from you to me. I've never seen any good come from me.

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Then. Now the question here is, why did I shadow the alarm? This would have been a thing of great honor.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is unwell. So who leads the people in prayers Someone has to? He can't. So why should Why shouldn't Abubakar Allah lead the people in prayer that will be a thing of great honor. For whoever steps onto them Salaam, whoever steps onto that place of prayer now, whoever leads Muslims in prayer, he is a true representative and the successor to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So

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under normal logic, we would think that this would be an opportunity that shouldn't be missed. But I shall the Allahu anhu was ultimately the flesh and blood and the daughter of Rebecca Leila. She was just as farsighted and prescient and wise and sharp as her father. Didn't the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say when she silence Zainab interjection of the Allah in a verbal contest to the extent that Xena been to Joshua via we covered it in in Qatar, in Babel, Shahada denisa Baba him deliver that the in the chapter of women testifying about one another

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that when they have international the law, argued with her, and she replied back and she says he shouted the alarm on home one narration that I saw, I replied to that and I silenced her, until even her saliva dried up in her mouth. So when she fell silence, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was observing this verbal contest. He then said, she is after all the daughter.

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So she was just as eloquent as her father and just as wise and intelligent. So do you know why she did not want her father to leave? Because

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memories

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are forever attached with emotions.

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And

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when people remember something, they don't just remember that one thing in isolation, they remember things on the periphery, they remember all the other associated items to

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today was a day of great sadness and mourning and sorrow and pain for the whole Muslim ummah.

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Because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is ill, he is bedridden. He is so severely ill that he can

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Arise leave the Muslims and

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the Muslims are emotional in pain in hurt. On this occasion, if abubaker de la leaves a prayer, a number of things will happen. One of them is that people will forever associate the leading of Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah and in prayer and in Salah with the final terminal in the sort of sort of last in the law it was

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one secondly

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if cara de la hora and that's what the future but even then, if abubaker of the law and was leading the Muslims in prayer, because of its soft nature, he will be constantly weeping and sobbing in Salah

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because of the condition of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam This in itself would not help the collective morale of the Muslims on that occasion.

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mean I shadow the alarm has suggested that but she feared as well that people will forever associate this and they would all get ill they would all get ill from the leadership of the alarm and in prayer. So she said, Tell

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the alarm. And anyway as I was saying, the alarm was attached to the arm devoted, regardless of whether he was reciting the Quran or whether he was praying Salah he could not control his tears, he would weep profusely and it was very emotional, soft hearted. So she says he was a man who weeps excessively loud and liquid in a car.

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He could not control his arms when he recited the Quran, what Exotica shut off operation minimal shrieking and this frightened and cause the leaders and the chieftains of the brace to panic

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from amongst the pagans, for our subtle Illa eliminated the hoonah so they sent were to ignore dawn

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to come to them for Kadima, la him. So he came to,

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even though Donna was the one who granted him guaranteed protection.

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I'll stop here, what conversation ensued between liberal dogma and the chieftains of the Quraysh.

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Ultimately, they told him, Look, he's violated the terms of the agreement.

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Either you stop him from praying and reading and reciting openly as we had agreed, or you step away from in between us and him. And you revoke your guarantee of security.

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So he then went to a worker of the law firm and said, Look, our agreement was

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that I would grant you safety and security and give you my guarantee of protection. But on the condition of the breach that you do not worship, outside, you do not announce your religion, and you pray and you recite only in the privacy of your home, but you've changed that you've violated the terms of the agreement.

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So either you abide by the terms or then you revoke you free me from your guarantee of protection and so that I can revoke it publicly and honorably. So what was the alarms reply? What was the conversation that ensued, inshallah To be continued next week? Come yourselves and invited there's all sorts of the levels that Amanda had that he would have sold in the Vietnam human. He will certainly mean a lot more behind the curtain surely we'll learn a lot and

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