The Prophet’s Emigration To Madinah Part 5

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The Europeanizedizedizedized Islam movement began with the rise of Islam in America and Europe, with various speakers discussing religion, cultural beliefs, and the origin of the word Islam. They also mention the importance of protecting one's property and the need for fearless preaching.

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want to learn a lot more

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Majeed Allahumma

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barik Donna Ibrahim

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respect to listeners.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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We continue with the

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heavy of hedging

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relates to what we need to shuttle the alarm from so

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it's number 3905.

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Under the chapter heading, Babel hinted at the love it was hard to hear the Medina chapter of the Prophet sallallahu ecozones emigration and that of his companions to Medina.

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And it's under the main book, get the album and after

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the book of the virtues on the merits of the unsolved companions

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it's very long and

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we start taps a section where

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in a shuttle to your loved one, how relate that the province of the love it was similar and the the alarm.

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they left the Cave of

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sorry, that cave on Mount Sol.

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And they departed. This was profits and the love and evil sentiment and vehicle of the alarm had remained in the case for three days and nights. And then they left.

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And upon leaving the final words where

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they had remained in there, and they had agreed that Abdullah Abdullah had no right but

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a non Muslim guide and expert tracker, he would meet up with the prophets of the law, Marley was the head of the alarm, and also an eternal blue for

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the freed

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the free, former slave workers, the middle the alarm had purchased and then freed. So he was a freedom the molar of workers to deal with the alarm. So the two of them were still in the cave, and would have been before here I would pass by them each evening and spend the nights with them. And so would his son Abdullah, if not the book. And then the two would depart prophets alarm It was a vehicle of the alarm would remain, eventually at the end of the third day and night.

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Meaning on the fourth morning, the prophets and alarm and equal sentiment of workers the appeal of the alarm rang from I left the cave. And then

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along with an opener for hater is Freeman. And also Abdullah,

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the expert guy the tracker,

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expert guide and tracker, who

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was supposed to bring the cameras to the profits of the law firm it was illimitable Mercado de La MaMa he also arrived. So this group of four people left

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and the final words were

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one, one Tanaka, Mara, Houma

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and Andrew for Hara and the guide.

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left with them

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for the beat him but he was so wide, so the guide took them along the path of the cuffs

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What that sentence means is

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the Munchkins had a standard route the beaten track to the city of Medina.

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And obviously the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wants to avoid that route.

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So he

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when initially departing from Mecca,

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and going to mount Thoreau,

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prophets love it, most of them left the city from the south. And people always leave from the north, in order to go to Medina, so he left from the south, approximately a few miles, some say five miles down. Further south, they took refuge in this cave on Mount fall. And then when they left,

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traveled westwards.

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And then, traveling at some distance, they took a note, they took the North route. So now they were traveling in between muckety muck Obama and the coast of the Red Sea. So they weren't actually in the code. They weren't on the actual coast, but

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in the in the coastal region, to the west of Malacca, but not on the actual coast.

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And they traveled further up north, parallel to the coast of the Red Sea. And then at some stage later on, they turned north east.

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And in that way, they traveled onwards to Medina, eventually arriving apps.

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And we will learn more about that later on.

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So they went south westwards, and then up north.

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And since it was the coastal region, they're not actually on the coast, meaning your loved one has these, the beam, the guy took them along, but he also on the path of the cuffs.

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The Heath continues, in some editions of Wahhabi, the numbering, this is considered an The next thing. It's connected continuation of the same for these but because it's the

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mammal hardy law here, they

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say is part of mushy hub and mushy hub says, so it's considered another centered another chain, as a result of which some editions of the book of Sahiba will hardly will have an extra number here. This explains the difference or the variation in many of the ahaadeeth. In collections of heavy, it's very simple.

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The numbering is different depending on the manner of numbering. So often in the books of headings you find the author's mentioned in one study, with the same text with exactly the same text, preceded by three different chains of narration. So he says my teacher

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narrates to me from his teacher from his teacher. And then, again, my teacher writes to me from his teacher, from his teacher from his teacher, why the teacher narrates to me from his teacher, and then eventually the chains merge at the upper end of the chain. Now, some people will regard the same heavies for the three different chains as one single number accordingly, others will regard the same headies with three different chains as three separate heavy, so here too, we started off with 3905. Now him I'm hardly mentioned as part of the chain again, not the full chain from him, but him more or less mentioned as part of the same chain again, as a result of which some of the box will

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have an additional numbering here, so 3906 It's a continuation of the same.

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Chateau de la.

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Olive mushy hub in ignacy hub saves English she helped Zoe was one of the most pivotal narrators of Hadeeth unexplained before he died in one to four he was a teacher of many scholars, including among medical blindness, Milan, he was highly regarded one of the most pivotal narrators of heavy so called Blue she had initially had SES, but in the amadora man, nomadic Indian mythology,

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Abdul Rahman, nomadic and mythology informed informed me

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rockethub nomadic urban education and he is the

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nephew of Sora nomadic no Joshua,

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above that his father of all informed him

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and the whole seminar sold out but have no Darshan, your call that he hurts or no direction or the alarm who's saying,

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and then we now have the body of the actual Hadeeth.

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Since my purpose is not just to discuss the heavy digital events, but rather to comment on the actual bodies from Harley, let me explain

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these two lines for the benefits of students of lm

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especially with studying how they will study.

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English you have says I am nomadic, and would literally informed me

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and he and he was the nephew of sauropod nomadic magician.

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And he says that his father informed him that sauropod magician said

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so, we have a number of people here and some of the names actually missing, which can lead to confusion. So allow me to explain the main individual, or the main character of this following story is sort of nomadic objection from the tribe have been with village.

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So Soraka, the son of Malik, the son of Joshua.

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And then in the beginning part of the heady theses and Dora man of nomadic Abner Joshua,

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the Abdullah man, the son of Malik, the son of Joshua.

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If he Soraka Niantic, and he is a nephew of sort of nomadic. If you look at it, Joshua is a grandfather.

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Monique is the son, Monaco magician.

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And Sora is the grandson of Joshua

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and the son of Malik.

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And at the beginning of the Hadith that says Abdul Rahman, the son of Malik, the son of Jonathan,

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well, it just says, Man, the son of Malik. So this would make Abdur Rahman,

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the brother of Soraka, not his nephew, since that says, Abdul Rahman pneumonic informed me, and he is the nephew of sauropod of nomadic Soraka, the son of Malik, so that makes them both brothers, they both the sons of magic.

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And then later,

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he says that Soraka took no Joshua informed him, so the name Malik has been dropped.

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Now, this may sound confusing, but what it is the arrows were very familiar with their lineage, with their, with the names of their families, they were very particular about this. And

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truth is, one cannot understand the secret,

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or even the lies of this hobby alone.

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Without a good grasp of the tribes, the clams,

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the names, the lineages, and the ancestry of the Arabs, and they were very particular about us.

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The Arabs even knew the ancestry of the animals.

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And this is no exaggeration. They knew the ancestry of them.

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So it's not, it's not surprising at all, that they were experts in the ancestry of that as well in the ancestry of their forefathers, and they attach great pride and importance to this.

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And this is what they call the

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lineage of Arma pedigree ancestry.

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So since they were very familiar at times, what they would do is that they would refer to a person as being the

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son, or the daughter of a parent. Again, something remarkable, or something of note that the Arabs

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they never had a tradition of married women taking on the name or adopting the name of their husbands or their families, far from

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in Makkah, the women were considered to be dominated by the men.

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And in Medina,

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the women played a very

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prominence role, and they were considered to be dominant. Well, the men were regarded as being dominated by the men and we wouldn't bother. The alarm actually says that in the heavy that we arrange we the assembly of the Quraysh. from Makkah, we were a people who dominated our women. When we came to Medina, we discovered the people whose women dominated them. And indeed, the some of the women of the unsolved were truly remarkable.

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In fact, the women played a great role in the early part of Islam, and this idea that

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women were always downtrodden and made capsules and

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oppressed. Yes, you had.

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You have similar cases, as we have cases today, too. So even in modern democracies, and modern developed countries, on the one hand, we have evidence examples of the liberation and freedom of women and their true states, according to them, according to them. And yet, in the same sphere in the same space, in the same countries, we also have

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evidence examples of women being suppressed and exploited. So I only mentioned that as a parallel to what existed in Arabia, you had both cases, you had examples of the suppression of women,

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and their subjugation and exploitation. And at the same time, you have examples of women being extremely prominent and powerful and influential, and being very independent. In fact, that was quite

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even in muckety muck, even though they dominated the

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SES, we were a people that dominated our women, despite their domination, and women were very independent. You had poets amongst the women, and the men feel the poetry of the women, they really did. And

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one of the

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features of Arab life was that a woman was considered totally independent in her wealth in her inheritance.

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Although there were cases of exploitation,

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she deserved she had her right, though there were cases where this wasn't honored. But they were very independent, even naming even an identity. So women always return a woman was called.

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It should have been to the back of the law.

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And woman, of course, in her case was slightly different because unique for the profits of the law, it was

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that the the wives of the Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam would prefer to be known as Mahatma meaning, and that was a title given to them by Allah. But

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despite that, the ladies were always known by their family names by their parents. In fact, even when they were married, sort of sort of laughs a lot, and he was one of them.

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He was one of the enemies of the prophets of Allah. It wasn't them until he embraced Islam in the eighth year of

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the conquest of Makkah. But his daughter, Habiba de la, whose name was uranga. She was always known as a Rambler to be to be Sofia.

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Even though he was an enemy,

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and creative leader.

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He was actually executed on the occasion of the Battle of the trench and the vessel to hunt up in the fifth year of hedger. Yet, despite being one of the chieftains of the enemy tribe, and someone who was in battle with the messenger, Salalah It was

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a more than one occasion, and then who was eventually executed. Despite that, his daughter, Sophia Lila, and her who married the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Two years after that incident, she was always referred to us to for you to been to pray.

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So they retain the names of their the families of their farms, and this is how they were always known.

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So the Arabs would normally refer to their parents, but sometimes they would remove the name of the parents and just simply refer themselves to the grandfather.

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And it would be so common they would do this at times, they would do that at times and for people who knew their ancestry and their lineage, it was

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never a problem.

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So here as well what's happened is Abdul Rahman is nomadic

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and woodleigh He,

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he, he informs and aerates

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that and he was the nephew of Soraka nomadic magician. And then later it's a sort of magician. So the money has been removed. So all that's all that needs to be understood is we have junction the grandfather, we have the son Malik and the son Malik had two sons himself.

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One was set up.

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And serratos brother was called and Harris and he hasn't been mentioned here at all and,

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and and how the sun is amped Alright.

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So the full

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description should be in our mojari law, he says,

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the man the son of the son of Malik, inform me and he is the nephew of Soraka tube nomadic hypno generation that Slava, the son of Malik, the son of Jonathan set,

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announced the fight with

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john Russell. oration

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aluna Fie Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the bulevar in Houma, lemon khattala Oh.

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So Soraka Malika production of the alarm anchor says that the

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messengers of the

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unbelievers of Rh came to us,

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on the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Abu Bakar on the alarm on

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a bouncy for each for each one of them,

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for whoever slays them or Ursula or captures them alive.

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Now, this is a reference to what happened after abubaker on the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam level because of the alarm left the cave, they traveled westward, some more

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in the coastal region,

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traveling parallel to the Red Sea coast. And on the gin, they had an encounter with sort of automatic interaction. But before that happens, this is all happening in shadow the alarm on her relating from her perspective. There was another incident too, before they met, so African American magician, and it's related elsewhere in Mojave, that whatever you love, he himself relates this, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he left the cave, and they traveled for approximately one and a half days

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part of the day, and then

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we'll walk out of the alarm says I was looking for some shade, where we could rest and take refuge for a short while. So I found a very large Boulder, which had cast along shade. So I went along with the prophets of Allah Marlene was one of them. And I said to him on messenger of Allah rest here, I will clean up the area. So I began brushing the area for the prophets of Allah equals send them to lie down, and then profits in the long run equals seldom slept.

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In the meantime, a young man, young boy, he came in our direction, along with some goats.

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And he along with the flock,

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and he was obviously seeking what we were seeking, which is a shade. So when he arrived close,

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I said to him, can you

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give us some milk?

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So he said, Yes. So we'll look at the alarm says I brought along with me

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a container for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to drink from and to do or do from.

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So I said to the lad,

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brushing and wipe the odor

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of the animal very carefully

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and it did so and then

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Walk it'll be a lot more milk the animal. And then he took the milk to sort of laughs on the love it.

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And he was still resting. So he didn't disturb. And he waited with the milk.

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What this shows Pamela is the he was only two years younger, two years, a few months younger. He was his best friend.

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And he was his father in law, because by this stage, then the guy had been formed

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without a shadow of the law.

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And yet, despite being his best friend,

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his father in law

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despite being only two years, a few months younger,

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51 years of age, despite all of that, see the humility and the love and devotion with which he presented himself to a sort of La Silla Lochmaddy remark.

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He could have just told the young lad,

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milk the animal and take it to this man. But no, he acted as a servant.

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Waiting upon him was such devotion and diligence, brushing the other of the animal, having it clean, thoroughly, milking the animal, standing with it with the milk waiting for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to wake up. And then he fed and then he gave him to drink.

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And the words of the Hadith are what got us a vehicle. The alarm says, I continue to give to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, until he drank what a lead until I became content, that now he satiate.

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So until I was content, I continue to give him to drink.

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Then they both continued with their journey.

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And after they continued

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abubaker us vehicle the law

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carried on doing what he was doing before

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glancing in all directions, firstly,

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darting to one side to the other,

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going to the front to the bank, always scanning the horizon.

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And therefore an Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his manner of traveling was such

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that he would be reciting and looking ahead,

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he would not glance backwards.

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So what could have said the the alarm was the first to see someone coming their way.

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And that was sort of the magic of magician. As we will learn. He was from the tribe of Buttonwood Lich.

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And the wooden wooden ledge lived

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at some distance from Makkah.

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And the settlements were in that region through which

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the vehicle of the Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed and after their departure, and the failure of the operation to locate them,

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Grace had become

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why and frantic in their search. So they sent out search parties that themselves travel the scale, the mountains even came up to the cave of flow.

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Very close to capturing profits and the love it was the law one. And when they returned to MCC, they severely beat me up nobody thought about the law. And in fact, that was before when they captured him the house they beat him severely. They dragged him to the mustard. The

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US might have been totally buckless the vehicle the alarm

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when she

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went to the house, and he inquired, she opened the door he asked her Where's your father? She said, I don't know.

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And he slapped her

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so hard.

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And she herself says that he was a heavy

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he was a harsh foul tongue and the individual and he slapped me so hard that my earring flaws

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what's remarkable

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is that

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These individuals who are the most are the bitterest and most implacable enemies of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam them, their own family members, eventually all embraced Islam.

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And they became very sincere and devoted believes.

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All the enemies of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the members of their own family embraced Islam.

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Even his wife,

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his daughter,

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his son, his brothers,

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should not be to be a cinema to be

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his famous element of no beija. And not only that, they all gave their lives in the way of

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many of them came to eat.

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he slaps her so severely, her earring fell off. And then the parish became frantic in their frenzy,

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and they sent messengers

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in all directions on the outskirts of Makkah, and even further

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searching for a sort of laughs a lot ecosystem a worker of the alarm and the replace the bounty

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on their heads. And this is what then transpired. So Joshua says Jana was the messengers of the unbelievers of the Quraysh. Cantor's

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placing on the Messenger of Allah abubaker of the Allah, a bounty for each one of them, for whoever kills them or captures them. And the bounty was 100 camels each, because that was the the compensation the blood red blood money in the event of someone being killed for being a manager, listen, if you mentioned this in majelis only, but he would allege so whilst I was seated in one of the gatherings of my people, the middle edge, and he was actually their leader.

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Roger min

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a man from the meaningful my own people came at the Alma Elena and he until he came stood over as one apple juice whilst we were seated

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for Kalia Sora. So he said, Oh, Sora.

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And he doesn't explain in full here in this narration. But as I said, what had happened, the messengers had come and inform the banal middle edge that anyone who captures Mohammed and his companion will receive a bounty for each one of them alive or dead or alive. So Soraka says, I intended to win that bounty. Somehow. I didn't know how to do it, but I intended. So once we were just seated in the deserts in their camp, along with in a gathering of my people, one of my own people came and stood over our gathering and said dressing me also

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in the

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last video,

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I have just now seen

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some figures

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on the coast,

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what was happening because of a forum Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam aboubaker the alarm is Freeman angle for Hara. And Abdullah have more with the non Muslim guide. So he says, Oh Ha Mohammed and was harbor I think they are Mohammed and his companions

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are the surah

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Soraka sat for hours to unknown. So I realized that it was that

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for too long, so I said to him,

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dismissively in the home LISTEN to Him, they are not then

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what are in the car either fallen and fallen? Rather, you have just seen such and such a person such and such a person in Baku, br Yanina, who passed by just before our eyes, she was trying to divert everyone's attention and deter them, so that he could claim the prize for himself. So he quite simply lied. And he said that was not them.

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And they are some other people who just passed by as right now before our very eyes.

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Then I remained in the gathering for a short while.

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Then I rose for the hunt and I entered his tent or what

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Howdy howdy. So I instructed man made and duck which should be frozen.

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What do you mean what I come

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to bring up my horse, which was behind arise and a mound. So as part of the features of the terrain

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in the desert, a mound or a ranch was known as occur. So the rise was high enough for its conceal the horse, the horse was tied behind the mound, or the rise.

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So I told her to go and prepare my horse. And hold on to for me, which was behind the rise of the mound for Mr. Harley, so that she may hold on to it for me, what

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I took my spear for courage to became involved in bait. So I then

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came out with it, carrying the spear from the rear of the house, like say his house here, but the Arabs from this was in the desert, the Arabs, even in the

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tents are referred to as well as homes or houses.

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for up to visit jell O.

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So I dragged

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the spearhead along the ground

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earlier, and I love it. It's a part that I think the fallacy until I came to my horse. Why he did that is he had a long spear. The upper parts is where a person holds the base of the shaft of the spear. So that's known as the upper part, the lower part is the spear head. That's where the soldiers that's the spear head. So he said, I lowered the whole spear and the actual spear head, I let it drag on the ground. And even the upper part where I was holding it, I love it that as well. He did that so that no one would see it's mentioned another generation, no one would realize that he is traveling with the Spirit and He has a certain intention or any glimpse or glean from the sphere

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would attract anyone's attention. So he loved the whole sphere holding it from

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at waist heart with his arms. The lower part sorry, the upper part the handle, and the spear head was dragging along the ground.

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And I lowered its upper parts had the deeper fallacy until I came to my horse for the good to her. And then I climbed I mounted my horse for a fire to her.

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So I refer to her means I

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caused her to speed up I I sped it for a fire to her. So I sped it I raised it IE in its Gallop, the probably will be galloping with me the Arabs. Most things had names for all kinds of things. So even in English, we have that trot, gallop.

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etc. But the Arabs had different names for every pace of travel. And the country will be galloping with me.

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The key when it comes to a horse is when the horse galloped so fast, that at some point off four legs are above the ground. So when it's galloping, each

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at a lower pace, slower pace, erase some legs and have the other legs on the ground, but when it's really galloping, and it bounds and leaves, so when all four legs are off the ground that's actually called McRib. So they had a specific name for that as well. So said I raised the horse for a fact to her, I raised it in its speed. The problem will be galloping with me in that manner than aldermen until I came close to the meaning the party of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now this is when the author of the alarm saw someone coming from the distance, and he began to weep.

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It began with prophets a lot. It's not mentioned here. It's in another generation. prophets in the love it alayhi wa sallam said to him, why do you weep? Is that the sort of law I do not wait for myself by weep for you. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Now, do not grieve.

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So Soraka nomadic magician says he

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came close to them for a thought to be fancy. So my horse stumbled with me.

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So I fell off

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So I roams for way to hear the inner community. I then stretch my hands my quiver, because when he left when he left, he took a spear as well as his quiver. And in fact, what he did is mentioned here, but I'll explain it again for him to siros for a way to get the lock inanity and I stretch my hand to my quiver.

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So I extract it from my quiver that from my from my quiver the arrows

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for something to be, then I divined with them a boom amla Should I harm them or not? These were known as the arrows of divination, the Arabs.

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Throughout history,

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people have always believed from every race, every nation, every culture, every religion,

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the whole of humanity has always accepted that our knowledge of intelligence, our perceptions, our senses,

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our limit,

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and the system something beyond the material world, there's something beyond our perception, our grasp.

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And throughout history, people have always accepted

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in the face of a greater power.

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they've accepted their weakness, their inability. And as a result, what people would do is when they would come to a stage

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at which they would feel that

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our knowledge seizes, we now have to rely on a greater knowledge, then they would resort to various things. So even the Greeks, the Romans,

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you have the Oracle.

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And similar to the Oracle, we're temples, and similar places all over the world where people would go specifically to seek guidance.

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And the manner of seeking guidance was different. But ultimately, people repose their faith and their trust in a higher power to guide them, to assist them to show them the way

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and the Arabs.

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People travel to soothsayers fortune tellers,

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and the Arabs would do the same. They had their fortune tellers, their soothsayers, the governor.

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And one of the methods

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for the Arabs of deciding what to do, determining what to do. And seeking guidance,

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or enlightenment is was the method of divination. So sometimes they do it themselves. Sometimes they'll go to a special soothsayer. So soothsayers would, some would look well famous image of fortune tellers to look into the crystal ball, but the altar read palms, or to read tea leaves, or the in trails and testings of animals. But one of the methods was the arrows of divination. So they would have arrows, and on the arrows would be written different things. Yes, no, Yes. No. Yes. No. So they had a collection of arrows. And sometimes it would go someone who would do this for them for a price

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and sometimes themselves. So

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they would say, shall I travel

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for trade? So they pick ours?

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And then say the arrows say yes, the arrows say no.

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So these are known as the arrows of divination and Islam. They're actually condemned in the Quran Allah

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in the verse of alcohol and gambling. Yeah, you have levina in the middle hombre will make you sit or one swab. Well, Islam did some enamel shape one if it's any wiggle room, in the Margarita shape on your Gavin acuminata.

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Mesa, we assume the command Vickery, la, la, la La,

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la ob leevers.

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am ganglion

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well unsolved and the altars of sacrifice? Well, Islam and the arrows of divination These are only limits and impurity.

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Normally shape one of the work of shape.

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First any walk around looking to whom therefore abstain from in the hope that you may succeed,

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shape on only wishes

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to cast hatred

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and enmity,

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through alcohol through wine and gambling, and to prevent you

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from the remembrance of Allah Han prayer fell into the homes we use just so Allah mentions

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the arrows of divination, alongside the old says, have sacrificed to the gods, and wine and gambling as being a major evil and an abomination of the work, and an abomination and impurity of the work of shapefile. So these were the arrows of divination last panel with Donna replaced all of these different methods with Dora and is the car for the most.

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And we shouldn't make the car similar to the arrows of divination ourselves

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is the car should not be misunderstood.

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It's the car is a door is the car

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does not mean consultation. Is the car means vulnerable hate,

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or vulnerable here,

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seeking the best option or seeking the blessing of Allah. And I've spoken about it's the heart of if one I will do so again, in sha Allah is one of those things which I would like to speak on in some detail.

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But it's the heart is commonly misunderstood. And the very method with which olara plagues, all manner of divination before unfortunately, we've reduced the same error to the same methods of divination as before it's subjected to the same abuse and exploitation and misunderstanding

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as the other methods where it's the IRA is not a consultation, per se. It's a door in itself. And if you look at the holder of the car, not single word of it says our last show me or guide me

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Love me as the hero of Elon Musk was a quadratic was looking for the liquor avviene for in naka de

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la Mora Adam Wonderland Will you allow me? tala

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nifi dee,

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dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee,

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dee, dee, dee, dee, dee.

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Dee was to lift me and what did Neil hate I hate for Canada Maldini? Simple Allah. If you know,

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sorry, Allah, very, I seek your blessing through your knowledge.

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And I seek strength through your power.

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And I asked you, you have your immense bounds.

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For indeed you have all power and I have no strength. And you know, and I do not know.

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And you are the great Knower of all things of the unseen one Talamo over law, if you know, that this matter

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is better for me.

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In my religion,

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feeding or my ration, and in my life, livelihood, meaning referring to life on Earth, why don't give it to me.

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And in the consequence of my affair,

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then all the words all are shown, guide me, show me a song, show me the display. Lead me to know if you know that this is better for me in my religion in my livelihood, and in the ultimate consequence of my affair.

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Fuck a bitter holy than decreed for

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where cynically and make it easy for me, enabling for me from robotically fee and then bless. That's all. And if you know that this affair is not as Worsley

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in my religion in my livelihood and the ultimate consequence of my affair. Then our Lord show me a song.

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guide me Show me a dream show me a sign no facility for me was threatening and then turn it away from divert it from me and divert me

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From it

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what the Lille hater hater can and then decree good for me wherever it may be from Geneva and the make me content.

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So the very words of the show, that is the camera is not so much a consultation.

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It's no secret laws blessing. And the idea is that in any event, even in a small matter, what one should do is to highlight in everything,

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not just the major things such as marriage, and divorce, but anything most things because it's a form of itself

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and can be done with or without solar.

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So it doesn't have to be done with solar. Of course, the prescribed method is solar. But a number of harbor Viola.

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narrate this Hadeeth of is the carta and not all of them, relate the salon with it to more of them relate the daughter of Mr. hora with that masala.

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So it's just the form of a doula itself. It's a special form of doula and the art is for law's blessing. And for a lot to choose, the better option is the car can mean double hate or portable fear, seeking the blessing of Allah and good or seeking the better option. Both things are very similar. Either way, we interest a lot to make that choice for us.

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And the idea behind this, the highlight is, as I've mentioned about

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all these other methods, as humans, we accept and we realize that there is only so much we can do with our knowledge with our understanding and intelligence. And we come to a stage beyond which we are incapable. We are ignorant.

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And we have no knowledge of the unseen.

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When we reach that stage, we then entrust our affairs,

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it's like you can even do is to harder for buying a car

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or buying a house.

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And, or even renting a place.

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Imagine if you were to just rent a property for a year.

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One should one can have one should do is the car.

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But the way that it's the car works is as follows. When you want to rent a place,

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you do all your homework, you check the paperwork, you make your inquiries, you check the prices, you look into everything in a purely human practical way.

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You've done all your homework.

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you've reached your limits.

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You have limited knowledge, you have limited experience, you have limited information, you are restricted for time, within a restricted period of time, you have to make a very human decision

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on the basis of very limited knowledge and understanding

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that this is as much as you can do.

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So you've done your homework. Now, just before you're about to sign the papers you can do and should do is the cover. And the idea was the highlight is it's like saying all law. I've done what I can

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is this really going to be good for me better for me in my religion and in my life. And the ultimate consequence of my affair. I do not know only you have that mortgage.

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So now I'm trust the affair to you over law.

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I intend to go ahead with us. But Allah, if you know that it's better for me than decree that

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and it will law. If you know that it's worse for me than turning away from me and turn me away from it and give me a better alternative and then make me happy I'm content with the bats alternative.

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So it's like placing our faith and trust in Allah azza wa jal and ultimately, it's the hora is like any other there are, there's no guarantee that it will be accepted. So we do it's the car in the hope that we will receive a sign it's a consultation.

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So that means that the door out of the car apparently is guaranteed to be accepted. So if the door is guaranteed to be accepted, why ask Allah or give me this or that? In fact, in a hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that ask Allah with azima azima means with determination. So do not say Allahu Finlay in *. rather say Allah Finley

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Allah forgive me if you wish. Don't say that. The instruction of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is, ask Allah with azeema with determination and resolve. Don't say Oh ALLAH forgive me if you wish, say I will laugh give me

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Don't say to Allah, Allah give me this, if you wish, say Allah give me this. Don't say to allow allow give me either this or either that whatever you want, say, Allah, I want this, give this to me.

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ask Allah with azima. So it's the karma is that which we know is going to be accepted. That's why we wait for a sign. So why why go through the consultation procedure, if we know that the data is going to be accepted, why not go straight for the thing itself and tell a lot or a lot I know this there are obvious tecarta is going to be accepted. So a lot I'm not asking you to give me a sign, show me a dream, or like I want this make it happen.

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Either way, though, is the horror isn't like any other art is subject to rejection or to acceptance. And even when it is, how do we know when the doorknob will be accepted? Or if the thing if it happens is actually a manifestation of the acceptance of Allah, we will always be non the wiser.

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This is why it's the Hara is not so much a consultation as it is a door of interesting our affair to have a glass panel with Anna. And I will suffice with one thing and then move on. P normally everyone does this the car for marriage. And lots of people consult me regarding this. And they say that a typical example is all

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our families, I've been just considering someone for a long time now. And I like everything. The family is happy and happy. She's happy. My whole family is happy, her whole family is happy. We told someone to do the car for us. And he woke up in the morning and he had a bad dream. So he's saying no.

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So what do we do? Or sometimes he himself says, last night I saw a bad dream.

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And this is what I saw in my dream. So I have a simple answer. I said, Listen, you've done your homework. You've made all your inquiries. I said, you saw a dream? Do you know what the interpretation of the dream is? No. And I'm not telling you.

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So I have a simple answer. I say, go with what you know, don't go with what you don't know.

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How can you dismiss and disregard everything over one dream. Dreams are subject to interpretation. And

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the interpretations of the interpreters will be subjective as well.

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So go with what you know, this isn't just the car is the car is seeking the blessing of lust.

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It's like when you go to one's parents, we've done all the homework. This is what I want, we seek your blessing.

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Obviously, it's not in the same at the same level. But in a far greater way. We do what we can as humans, and then we entrust our affair to Allah, we say to Allahu Allah.

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You decree the metaphors, you're not showing me, as I've shown you with the words of the DA. So Lexus, is the car cane to replace all these false methods of divination, and consultation with greater powers and acting on and many of the methods are bizarre. They would release the arrows would release a bird. And if the bird flew to the right segment, yes, if it flew to the left, and let them know, they had arrows said yes or no. I take abs and arrows, the arrows say yes.

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The arrows say no. And they would base all their decisions on that.

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And this is no different to what pagans all over the world would do. Chicken in trails, animal in testing

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blood of the sacrifice on the alters

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So these were the Islam. So anyway, going back to the Hadeeth

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says that I extended my hand to the quiver of my arrows, and I pulled out my the arrows of divination.

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And I then said to myself,

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I then divine with these arrows, or amla, should I harm the party or not? And although it's not mentioned in this narration, it's mentioned in other narrations that he did the same before he left before he mounted his horse and left his countenance

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He pulled out the arrows.

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And he said, shall I go after them or not slap see them or not. So you took out the arrows. And what did the arrows say? No.

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The arrow said is as mentioned in the head, he, the arrow said, No. So he said, I went with what I wanted, I disobeyed the arrows.

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So put the arrows back and had to obey them.

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This is what we do as well.

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It's almost like we seek an interpretation for the dream. Someone says this is the interpretation, this.

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So here again, he pulled out the quiver the arrows from his quiver, and divine through them, shall I continue pursuing them, or

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should I harm them or not? So what does he say for her agenda, the Accra. So that answer emerged, which I disliked for a gift of heresy. So I mounted my horse again, while I cetyl Islam and I disobeyed the arrows. But God will be the horse was galloping with me that either submitted

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his alarm it was seldom until when I heard the recitation of the messenger of the law. So as I said he was looking ahead and calmly traveling, continuing to recite the Quran in the loud voice, never even glancing back. abubaker is a vehicle the alarm will furtively glance in all directions, scanning the horizon, and

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he was weeping for the sake of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He loved him so much.

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As I said, his character

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was molded in the character of the prophets of Allah Almighty.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala enabled him to follow in the involuntary footsteps of the messenger salallahu alayhi wa sallam. I gave some examples last week to his age.

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The effects of the poison resurfacing

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leading to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was passing away and the passing away of abubaker severely Allah

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there are many similarities another similarity is

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that when they went in the cave,

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a sharp rock

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gash the finger of Alba Casa de de la

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when they were in the cave with the prophecy lalani a sharp rock gash the finger there wasn't much it was just a small gash, but he bled

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out of the Ulla and looked at the finger and addressing his own finger, he said, and the Illa exploring the meaty of useability lahemaa look at our you butter finger that has bled and all that you have encountered is in the way of a law and the law is bearing the meaty of use of utilityman.

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Now it so happened that meant a number of years later

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jinda Beutner Abdullah rhodiola angle relates that he was with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in a cave elsewhere. This is after the hedge right in Medina, near Medina. And his finger was cut. And he looked at his finger and addressed it saying, and the law is barring the knee, the use of

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the ru butter finger there has bled

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and all that you have encountered is in the way of the law.

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So back to the law firm, he says the public will be galloping with me at that either submitted okay Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam until I heard the recitation of the Messenger of Allah wahoo Elia and he would not even tear.

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What and I will walk, you differ. He was excessively turning around

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when that happened

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when the alarm began weaving, and he told the province alarm, I think was some sort of law he is. That is someone

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and this is our week only for your safe profits a lot. It was something that allowed them to not grieve.

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Then when the alarm told him again, God is sort of like he's coming closer.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, pray to Allah, Allah suffices in him or you take care of him.

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So what happened? He says, When I heard his recitation

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And he wasn't turning and abubaker was excessively turning backwards. Sorry, of the other fallacy, Phil Arnold, suddenly, the four legs of my horse became entrenched and trapped in the ground.

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Beloved the thing until all the way up to the knees of the four legs, and it was hard ground, it wasn't Sam.

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It was hard ground

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for her. So imagine is galloping at great speed. When all of a sudden,

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the four legs of the horse became become trapped, and dig into the ground and become entrenched all the way up to the knees, not in sound, but on hallowed ground, sudden break and abrupt halt, as a result of which he was flung off his horse.

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thing was a joke. These were better than the expert riders, who was a jerk to her, he rose.

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he's better than remarkable. They could survive

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dates, water and camel's milk, for many, many days on end,

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this is why when the Persian Empire was about to be conquered, and then towards when one of the final battles was about to take place at Carter, the senior, the great Persian general Rustom, he wrote a letter to Saudi Arabia or us or the law and the commanders of the Muslim army, the generals specific sound of the alarm is very long letter and was full of pompous language, because the Persians foot, not just the Persians, the sunny Persians, and the Byzantine Romans and everyone else, they considered the Arab Arabs to be better when back with an extremely low

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and they could not believe that they had the audacity

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and impertinence to rise up in arms against the mighty sustaining Persian Empire. So the letter was full of flowery, pompous, arrogant language, and entirely dismissive. And he actually says in there, the How can you Arabs, drinking camel's milk, and eating lizards from the deserts come and challenge our empire, the glory of the sassanians, with 1000 year history. So that's how they viewed the arrows. But they were Hardy, they were really hard, they could survive on dates and water for many days on end. And that's what they would eat.

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Speaking of lizards, we covered the Hadeeth and lahardee, where a lizard was presented to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he didn't eat it. So the Sahaba or the alarms that the artists will have.

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What What happened is,

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he will, he was about to stretch his hand when a family member said inform the profits of the law.

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What is placed before him, and I mentioned then as well, that part of the other than the etiquettes, of food, or even of hosting someone is that when you host them, and this is part of the summer, you tell them what's before

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you actually inform them that this is this dish, this is what it's made of. This is this dish, this is what it consists of. That's actually part of the sun

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and etiquettes of food. So

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was told it was a lizard, he withdrew his hand. And then someone said Yasuda law Do you consider it forbidden? So said No, the other meaning I

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it's unpalatable. It was unpalatable to his palates. And he disliked it in a personal way. So how did the middle either the Allahu anhu was there, he

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gleefully grabbed it and devoured it. And I say this because Harley

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was one of the greatest generals, and he worked wonders in in these areas, and he would travel with his

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cavalry and darting across the Syrian, Jordanian, Iraq, the Arab desert, and the Arabian Peninsula. And that's because they were very hardy, and lived a very rough life. And the lived rough acts rough slept rough, and at times spoke rough as well. These were the alarm.

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So slapped on American magician imagine his horse came to an abrupt halt. You

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became entrapped and entrenched up to the knees. And he was flung off, all he did is got up and climbed on again.

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So, for her, I fell off it was a joke to her, then I

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Providence from that. So you rose in managed to pull its four legs out,

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or it rose from the back. But he found great difficulty

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in pulling its four legs out, he says, front 100 so it rose from Ducker. They have but you couldn't manage to pull out it's for next for them a stoic argument Then, finally when it rose and it stood upright on all four legs.

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lo and behold, suddenly, because of the effects of the four legs, there was dust. There was a dust and smoke cloud rising star theory for summer, or justcloud, rising towards the sky. mythical Doohan like smoke. Imagine the cloud the whole area you couldn't see.

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So what did he do for some terrible Islam. So I again divined by the arrows for her agenda, the Accra. So that one came out which I disliked. Then this time, he says in another Hadith, that I realized that this was the curse of that man.

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He said, so many times a fallen, and I'm unable to catch up with them. And he was an expert rider. So he said, I realized that this was the curse of that, man. Remember, he wasn't a Muslim. For now, they couldn't be a man. So I called out to them for safety, saying, as mentioned elsewhere, I called out to them that you have nothing to fear from me. Wait, you have nothing to free of here from me. I am sort of nomadic in a dartium from Bernie middleaged.

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And I wish to speak to you. So he says here for now, don't be a man. So I called out to them with security for security for a couple. So they halted for a cryptocurrency. So I plan my horse at home until I came to them. Or what garraf enough see in and the Peter malnati terminal.

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it was cast in my heart when I experienced what I experience of being prevented from reaching them. And that seal whole armor of a sword in law is the law. I think it was one of them, that the affair of the Messenger of Allah will become dominant and Supreme, for all tala. So I said to him

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in the journal featured there, that your people have placed a bounty on you.

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And I informed him or even NASA him, the news of what people intended for them.

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And I offered them provisions and goods for the journey. How did that happen? He didn't have much with him

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tracking anything from his weapons on his horse.

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But what he did, it's explained elsewhere not here. What he did is that he

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said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam hon Baccarat, the alarm that's here, take my arrows.

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And that was a form of identification. So take my arrows, and when you will pass by this region and that region. There you will see much of my wealth, my herds and flocks, of

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goats and sheep and camels. So take whatever you want,

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and use this for identification. That's what African American Gerson has given this to you remember, he was the leader of his people. So he has given this to so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said now

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so what are the well matar and I offered them provisions and

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goods from yours.

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But they did not take anything off me for them yet as the only means for me and assignee. They did not deprive me of anything when I'm alone, and nor did they asked me for anything else in Latin, except that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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meaning conceal things from us, hide things about us for

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so I requested the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a yet to be Li Kitab Al Khattab but he should write for me, a document of security for American marijuana for Halo. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam instructed andrographolide

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Freeman aboubaker deplore the alarm for cryptography regarding the so he wrote on a patch of letter of letter, he wrote on the patch on a scroll of leather. He wrote the security of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam that I

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deleted Abdullah the Messenger of Allah grant safety and security to Soraka diplomatic of magician. And he recorded that on a piece of leather and wood on the floor here I wrote it, and they gave it to sort of African American magician. He took it rolled it up, and he placed it in his quiver of arrows. Through my mother sort of lies the law, my legal system, he says, then laws messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam carried on.

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With this, we come to the end of the second section, and the next section is about when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam eventually arrived in Medina on this occasion of the hitch, but here this is a shortened duration.

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Something one or two other things happen to one is that on the way, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed by the tense of Omar with the last one Hmm.

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But maybe I'll speak about that next week. But here relating to Soraka Puna Malika magician. He won the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw him.

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Eventually he turned round. And sort of nomadic when he maps the party halted. So they engage in conversation. And he said, You have nothing to fear from me and I'm going to approach you permission was granted he approached. He said, I am so out of action. messengers came to as they were dispatched by the parish, they have placed a bounty on your heads, and they have sent out search parties, but

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I won't harm you. And then he says, Look here, here's my arrow. Here are my arrows take them as a form of identity. And you will pass by these areas there. There are more camels and flocks and herds. So take whatever you want. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam politely declined, nor did they ask him for anything. All the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, is conceal our affair. So he promised the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that I will do so he also added that right documents me of protection, so it was written. Now the nomadic magician was very whiny

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meaning he was a very thin Well, he wasn't heavily built in the tradition of the Bedouin. So, and he had very thin arms, they're quite hairy as well. And when they were exposed, as he was talking to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, looking at his arms, his that also

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gave a bigger than a VISTA. So

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how will you be when you shall wear the bangles of gesser on your arms?

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So Dr. Malik said kissa, the emperor of Persia

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and the prophets of the love it who seldom said yes, the Emperor

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How will you be when you shall wear the bangles of Giza? The two bangles of bisra on your forearms.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave him that prophecy. I imagine the scene. Personal Learning his Salatu was Salam is traveling with three people.

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His best friend doubleback Chris, director of the alarm who knows him better than anyone elses weepin darting to and fro, fearful for his life. They are having to adopt different routes.

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A new secret route to Medina. Search parties are out for them. Here they have someone who'd set off as a bounty hunter to claim 100 camels each for their lives and to the same bounty hunter. On that occasion. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, How will you be when you shall wear the bangles of Gasol.

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And late five years later, on the occasion of the hospital

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when the Quraysh along with the bundle got the farm and various other tribes, they amassed a force of over 10,000.

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Soldiers and they laid siege to the city of Medina.

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Under the on the advice of some mom and Farsi, it'll be alarming. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam dug a trench. It was wintertime it was bitterly cold.

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They were hungry, starving, and they laid siege. The brush and the fan, were on the other side of the trench, and the Muslims were guarding the northeast of Medina.

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From behind the trench, it was bitterly cold.

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People can't in their tents.

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There were starving, hungry. It was on that occasion that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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showed the Sahaba of the alarm

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of having tagged rocks to his system, along with the Sahaba.

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They were fearful of the race and the bukata farm, which was the attacking force crossing the trench at any time, and even firing arrows. That's exactly how sardegna morogoro the law passed away.

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An arrow was fired, and it hits his main artery in the arm. And eventually that's how he passed away.

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The law and the leader of the tribe is one of the first people to embrace Islam. And someone beloved sort of sort of lost on the law it truly nobles. How do you know the law? So they were fearful. And on that occasion, there was a boulder

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the boulder they were unable to

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break up the boulder in the trench. So they informed us sort of lump sum the lump sum them, and he came, took the pickaxe and he struck one blow on the bolt.

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And they saw a flash of light and then a second blow and then a third blow. And by that time the whole boulder broke into pieces. They shouted Allahu Akbar on each occasion, when parts of it when there was a flash of light and part of it broke off. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said and I just mentioned it quickly and collectively, that in each of the three labs, a large show showed me the palaces of Persia and run.

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So the monastic all the hypocrites who are present on that occasion, Abdullah hypnobabies Mr. All said, Look at him.

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He said, and these are his words, out of fear. One of us is unable to go out to relieve himself

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for fear of being attacked. That's a state of fear. That's the height of danger. One of us is unable to go out to relieve himself out of fear.

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And hear his speech speaks of conquering the palaces of Persia and row

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bass for the believers.

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As I mentioned in the Quran, it wasn't related to this but in general

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I'll have my word on Lahore, soon. Sula, who sada La la la la la la Motta Selena, that

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asked for that when the believers saw the hordes and the factions. They said, This is what Allah and His Messenger promised. And Allah and His Messenger spoke the truth. And this did not increase him in anything except faith and submission. And then one after only said, alarm is messenger have deceived us.

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so wrapped up in the Maliki magician, he was told by the sort of last alarm, it was suddenly that

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how will you be when you were the bangles of

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16 years after 1516 years after this conversation?

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Indeed, the Muslims conquered and vanquish the mighty Persian arms

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despite their meager numbers,

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and despite the arrogance and pompous nature of their generals,

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and the Muslims, these bedrijven

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into those palaces full of opulence and splendor. In fact, before that, when one of the Sahaba of the law

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they were invited

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to meet Austin, so delegation went this was a mighty he was actually a general and a commander, overall commander

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And the general because of palace politics, he was de facto the ruler behind the throne at that stage at least, so reduce them when he suddenly Sahaba of the law delegation. They went so how do you know the alarm around walked?

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actually went into went in the tent with a horse.

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And then he dismounted so there's that tunnel. What are you doing? This is look, we didn't come to you. You invited as you called us. So if you want speeches, this is how we come if you don't speak will return.

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So, how do you know the alarm menten similar to Serato nomadic magician, he dragged his spear along the cushions along the cushions and the bedding and all the options are ripping everything.

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And then he arrived and he stood in front of Ruslan leaning on his

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spear, inclined to one side,

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and he's there

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in front of him,

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surrounded by his gun,

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in the lion's den,

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and he's speaking so dominantly so confidently, so challenging.

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And rooster is making all kinds of offers to him. And the Sahabi it'll be a long run, who says nothing. He refuses. He says, These are terms, you accept our terms all we fight with you,

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after he left them, and this is a point I wish to raise them said to his generals and his companions, he said, Did you see that pattern? He said, Have you ever seen anyone more self dignified, more self respect, more noble and honored and proud of himself than him?

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how about the alarm, eventually, when they conquered

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when they vanquish the enemies and the major battle of Odyssey and a short while later, they enter the city of Medina, which was a capital where you have the huge white palaces of the Persian Emperor's

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it didn't affect the Sahaba of the allogram at all.

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When they collected the gear, the Royal clothing of gessler cultural

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history bangles, his crown, his royal sash, his royal robes, and his treasures.

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And this was sent to a Muslim woman in a bar below the law.

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in Medina,

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the person who was tasked with the job of carrying this treasure,

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obviously was part of a group the leader, when he brought it to a meeting, meaning

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the love, he was overjoyed, not the wealth, but at the promise and the fulfillment of the promise of sort of some of the law it was seldom he said to him, Who are you identify yourself as the person said to him? Oh, Amit, and what we mean? He who needs to know knows who I am. He didn't identify himself.

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And there was not a single item missing. It didn't affect them.

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What did I mean what meaning the alarm on

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his summons rakata nomadic of magician now what happened with soreq nomadic magician after this incident, he went back to his people, and he would tell everybody what he had experienced.

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When he learns that Soraka Malik is telling everybody what he had experienced, he feared that this would lead people to embracing Islam. So he actually wrote a letter to Soraka on the medical magician that stopped telling people your story.

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So but Soraka Donna Malik have an addiction for some reason he didn't embrace Islam.

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And then in the eighth year of his life, after the conquest of Makkah, as I explained

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in the commentary of when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in Jelena about to perform the camera

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setup from JSON format Serato nomadic a magician came to him with that letter, and there he embraced Islam.

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Eventually, he

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on the occasion of saving the alarm and receiving these treasures, his sermons are up on the magic of magician and when he summoned him,

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he said to him, this is the crown

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The Royal Road

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and the clothing and the foot footwear, and the balance and the Royal sash and the golden bangles. These weren't just any golden bangles, these were those plates. These were the plates of the forearm the only the only the emperor of Persia would wear nobody else would wear them. Since then, these are the bangles and that plates of khasra. He said, Well,

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sir, African American magician wore them. And when he wore them, I'm even want meaning above or the law and publicly he said to him, raise your arms, the same arms of which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that, how will you be? So he raised his arms and the alarm set and say Allahu Akbar,

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Allahu Akbar. And then I'm you know, what mean?

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Probably said 100. All Praise be to that Allah, Who remove the bangles from gessler and gave them to wear to a better one of the tribe have been in with lunch, in fulfillment of the promise of the sort of law. So the law, I think, was something that he didn't obviously couldn't keep them. He just made him wear them in order to display the truthfulness of the word of the sort of law, sort of the law.

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And then it was returned to the Treasury. But that was sort of a nomadic urbanization. And what does it say of the

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faith and the promise of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was something that he's in that condition, and yet he makes prophecies and promises to the companions of what will happen much later, people would mock him. they mocked him in Makkah, they mocked him in Medina.

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But the very people who mocked him, their own wives, sons, and daughters, all played a role in the fulfillment of the same price

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may have lost data enable us to understand what's the law who was the lamella after he will be

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the hero

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and we'll be having the commissioner will allow

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us the federal government or the lake.

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