The Prophet’s Emigration To Madinah Part 6

Riyadul Haqq

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sort of

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similar

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to what karate

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when I was in

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the outline in Armenia he loved the film a

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little further Hardy and I want to show the one La

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Liga want to share the one of them abhor Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi

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wa barakato limit Sleeman Cathedral Cathedral.

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And Marburger farm was built in a sheep farm of Regina spiller.

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In Nala eco de haut

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de la Vina animals while he was asleep, a lot of muscle and

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muscle later Anna Ibrahim

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Ibrahim Majeed, a lot about economy.

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spectator listens so that

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we gather again for the weekly dose.

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For the past few weeks, we've been

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studying the idea of meaning shadow the alarm

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about the the immigration of resort and last summer, it was stolen from MacArthur Medina.

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This is the ad from horrible harden, the number 3905.

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We continue with

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the remaining parts of

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something else about this Hadeeth which

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I didn't mention at the beginning, but it's important to know that this study is in its entirety with this much detail from the more famous books

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is actually only available in Hebrew hard.

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The other authors have heavy

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even

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while all the other more famous authors have had these do not have this Hadeeth from Chateau viola, or even about the hedgerow, the immigration in this much detail. So it's actually a unique ID to certain parts of it Tom mentioned elsewhere, but not this for the youth in its entirety.

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The point where we left off last week is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam making his way to Medina, in the company of abubaker was the the Allah

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and history's slave is molar hydrographer Hara. For the law one and a non Muslim guide and tracker, Abdullah ignore a bit.

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This group of four traveling on two camels on one camel, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and behind him riding pillion abubaker de la and among the other camel, the freed slave of the love

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and the non Muslim track and guide and a lot more. So this party of four is traveling along the way, I explained that they stopped

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near a boulder

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which cast a very long shadow, and beneath that shade of worker of the law,

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clear the area and request of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to arrest

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he did rest. And in the meantime, a young Shepherd came along seeking the same shade of Walker with the law.

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And when he met him, he requested him for milk. And he very diligently and with great affection and dedication he cleanly and why the others the header of the animal himself and milk the animal, prepared it in a cup a utensil which he had specifically brought for the

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Use of a sort of lump sum the law it was a limb for his will door and drinking. And then he called the wards the milk with some water, and then presented it to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Initially the province of the law mighty Muslim was asleep. So what could have the alarm, I'm waited for him to wake up, and then he presented the milk to him. So that incident happened then after that when they resume their journey, and we woke up with the alarm, still fearful that he would be

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there would be caught Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we assured him on more than one occasion. And then

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it'll be a lot more I noticed a rider who came closer than any of the other riders or search parties had ever come. And now he was very anxious, seeing the dust rising in the distance, and this rider hurtling at them at great speed.

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He said he told us all lots of love, equals cinnamyl messenger of Allah, here comes someone, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't even glancing back, looking ahead single mindedly focusing on his journey and his travel, reciting the whole record loudly. Lawson lilavati told him not to fear and he said law in the law Mariner, do not grieve for Indeed Allah is with us. And he said this phrase and more than one occasion in the cave as well as a lot of quotes in the Holy Quran.

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And he also prayed against the rider. In one narration, love Massara, Allah throw him

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and exactly as the prophets of the law my neighbors have been prayed sort of romantic rejection and woodleigh Gee, this writer, he fell off his horse, the horse stumbled, and we have mentioned the story in detail last week. This is where we left off, and then sort of nomadic after his encounter and conversation. Sort of last Friday, he actually said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Finally, our messenger of Allah

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commanded me instructs me, what should I do? Subhana Allah till that moment, he was galloping towards him at breakneck speed, with the sole intention of capturing

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a worker of the above and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for around. And upon his brief encounter, and conversation,

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by the end of it, he says to the same man who he had been seeking to capture, he said,

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O Messenger of Allah instructs me.

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So

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prophets, Allahu Allah Sallam said to him, conceal our affair he even offered to him. He said, Here, take my arrow, for some arrows for identification. And then see if you would you will be passing by certain areas that you will find my flocks and herds. So present this arrow for support and for identification. And you can take any animal that you wish, was sort of last in the lifeline ecosystem, declined his offer, and then said to him,

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he said, Well commanded me. What do I do? Is that conceal our fare, ensure that no one follows us. So then sort of an objection, I didn't mention this, but he returned. And he made his way back towards his area where he lived. And on the way whenever he met anyone, he would divert them and distract them and inform them that I am a master either on the master scouts. I've been looking for them in this area, there's no one here. So he would provide false information and dissimulate. In order to protect the messenger sort of love. It was one of them. That was sort of nomadic magician, and then the province of the law, legal settlement, a worker of the law firm, and the party

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continued. Speaking of the words in the law, Mariner, that do not grieve for indeed a law his withers. Contrast these words and this phrase, that Verily Allah is with us

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with

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the phrase of the Prophet Musa alayhis salaam.

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The similarities are that the Prophet Musa alayhis salaam was leading his people out of Egypt and from the clutches of Pharaoh

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as the people followed,

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they were being pursued by the army of Pharaoh.

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chariot

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riders

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and they knew they were going to be captured. That's how it seemed. And they kept on explaining in animal, the raccoon in animal, the raccoon, verily we will be caught, we will be captured. So the Prophet Musa alayhis salam, he confidently, replied, Governor, as a quote unquote, Governor, not in a matter of BSA has been indeed with me is my Lord, and He shall guide me. But the Prophet Musa alayhis salam use the words, in the merrier of beside, that with me is my Lord, not with us.

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So although he was leading his people, and by his virtue, they would also be protected. When speaking of laws, divine protection.

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The Prophet Musa alayhis salam said, they were explaining in nanomol dracoon, we will be caught, we will be captured. His reply was governor in the Mary RBC or the nether with me is my Lord, he shall guide me when was so lovely, he said that was synonymous with Abu Bakar on the line, and in the cave and in the desert, when on more than one occasion, he said to him or messenger of Allah, they are close, I fear they may captures pursue the lust and the love it was seldom said to him last season in America, do not grieve Indeed, Allah is with us. So this divine protection

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and this

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envelopment

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of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in allows divine protection and mercy.

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This wasn't restricted to the messenger, some of the love it was in them, and one of your loved one wasn't merely

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included in the protection by virtue of the prophets and the love it was rather, the sort of laughs and the love writing was seldom said to him on more than one occasion. That law is with us, both us. And he also used the words, Marvin, with me a lot of 34. Homer, what do you think of to have new allies the third?

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So Sue Larson, Mullah harleysville, some of them mentioned them as well, that you are a unique individual in yourself. And what do you think of two people have allies the third and repeated that he told him that in the law Mariner Do not grieve indeed lies with us. Again, this is another virtue on merits of saving a buck at a severe part of the alarm.

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Let's continue with the remaining parts of the body.

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Part of mushy Harbin I relate with a continuous chain of narration for me to demand la COVID the previous chain at the beginning of the headies essays, audible she had been able to she had say said

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over to be zubaid that over to Musa Bailey informed me

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little sort of law is the law it was sending them that loves messenger some of the law equals something lucky as a beta, he maps

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as evading the law, or the law of

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fear of being a Muslim in in a caravan of Muslims.

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Going with the john they were traitors Kathleen Amina Sham returning from Shan

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Zubaydah, Sol Eliza Lala Harding, who was in them so so baited now what are the law? He gave close

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to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to wear. What about McLean and to a worker of the alarm theatre be a theater by ARB? white clothes.

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That's just one sentence. What he mentions here is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continued on his journey after his encounter with sort of nomadic and closer to Medina.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was maps by

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Aveda mounds of aid of marijuana on the line.

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Now before I continue,

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this is a woman woman in a shot of the alarm Hannah racing from her perspective. Of course, she hasn't included all the details. But between this point and the incident or Optima Malik, there were one or two other incidents and the most famous of them was

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his visits

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to the

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temples of Marbella, Hosea de la

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mo Margaret was from the tribe of cozaar.

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And they lived in a region called odate.

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And that today is the same region where sauropod nomadic lift.

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The one who we've just been speaking off.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after his experience with that was encounter with sort of nomadic as he was continuing, they passed by this area, input aid, where they came across the tent of a very old woman.

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Her name was alma mater.

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And she was, till then, her habit was that she was very hospitable. And she would pitch her tent and sit outside the tent, waiting for passers by, of course, she had a family, but her unique hospitality was such that she would wait there for any passes by any strangers, and then offer them food and drink. But on that occasion,

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and she would feed people not only give them water to drink, but even cook for them and feed all for free.

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The Arabs were famous and renowned for their hospitality.

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And this shouldn't contradict some of the messages of the aura.

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For instance, in the muck and silence, that has great condemnation

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of

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people who fail

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to provide who fail to give who are guilty of stinginess and miserliness.

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So, how do we reconcile both accounts, especially in the muck and solvents, sort of on my own, I explained that they refuse to give even the bare necessities of life or things that wouldn't harm them or reduce their wealth in any way, such as ropes or buckets are utensils which will ultimately be returned and they fail to share them. That was the height of miserliness and stinginess.

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And even in salt,

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which the part of the soda which inshallah will comment on on Sunday, what that aluna

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amount of reborn and matter have been gentlemen, that you devour inheritance, and you love wealth, in moderately and passionately. And prior to that last panel, horadada condemns them with the words that

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you do not feed the orphans,

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the level of criminality that have been added to scheme name, you do not honor the orphan, nor do you encourage one another to feed the poor person specifically, what are the how banana skin and nor do you encourage one another, to feed the poor person. And there are many other such references in the muck and swords to people being stingy, miserly, and not feeding, not giving, not sharing. So and yet here I am saying and we constantly hear that the arrows were very hospitable. So how do you reconcile both accounts? It's very simple. The Muslims

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normally refer to the elite of

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the elites of the Quran. They are the main people who are being addressed. They are the ones being chastised and condemned.

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And many of the traits mentioned in the Quran are not applicable to everyone. But for those who are guilty, and the problem with the Mexican elites was that having become having been traders and merchants, and having become extremely wealthy, immensely wealthy and rich, that wealth had corrupt.

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And wealth inevitably corrupts.

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It makes people greedy.

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And that may sound harsh, but it's a fact. A law says that repeatedly in different ways in different parts of the body.

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Color in an insane and layered law.

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We've covered this before.

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Name man transgresses

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and the web layer, although we translate it as transgressors, the real original meaning of layered law is to die. yanam means to rise. So if you imagine this word is used for a storm at sea.

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And

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what does it mean? Imagine the rising of a huge wave.

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That's the meaning of that are yet to rise. So how does it become transgress is very simple. Anyone who rises above his position,

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anyone who pretends to raise their head, above their true status,

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that person rebels, that person transgressors, that person goes beyond the bounds and the limit sets for them. That person rises above their position. So that's the meaning of transgression that the original meaning is, the person rises, and that's exactly what wealth does.

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A person thinks that a person has delusions of grandeur of popularity, of self worth, self self Importance of Being beyond their true measure of being all powerful. Wealth makes a person feel immortal.

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Waiting liquid, Lumosity lomasa. Allah, the German Armada word, yes.

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He thinks that his wealth will give him everlasting life.

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And that's what wealth

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and wealth makes a personal greed.

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And I'm not saying that what and when, when you

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follow

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that whoever is protected from the greed of his soul, from the avarice of a soul, then these are the ones who are successful, who does alarm mentioned that in relation to alarm mentions that in relation to the companions of Medina, Amin's of whom he says, we fit on Anna and forcing him what Organa became

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warming up. And so he found out

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that

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they give privileged to others, even though they themselves may be suffering of maybe suffering great need

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and hunger.

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And there's a famous story about well done Harlem sorry for the alarm. I'm in relation to that verse. So by the testimony of the Quran, even though they themselves are in need, they give to others, even though they are themselves hungry, they feed others. And that's what the freedom of greed does. Wealth creates greed. Greed creates more miserliness more stingy.

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More level of wealth,

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and

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insane level of wealth. Whereas poverty, makes penson humble, sharing, compassionate, sympathetic. And this is why even today, we know that the poorest sectors of society, the poorest sections of society, in terms of proportion, give far more charity than the rich

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and the wealthier person becomes a stingy person.

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Because there's that fear of losing it, and

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a person's greed increases. In a very beautiful Hadith Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, a man grows old.

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And two things in grow younger.

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greed

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and the love of life IE a long life.

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And

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only a week ago,

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there were sales

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and we've all seen and heard what happened

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at the sales

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undignified and demeaning spectacle

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of

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rich people, and we are all rich compared to people in this country

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are

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of the 10% elites of the world in terms of material possessions, and the quality of life.

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So people who have enough money to spend who already have possession

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Enough possessions.

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And yet we saw

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the signs. We saw the scenes. We heard about them or add about them undignified and demeaning people falling over each other Stampede or royal Stampede.

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People squabbling, fighting injuring one another, all four possessions, which are not art which are luxuries, which are not necessities

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and facts all the headlines were of people who purchased items who didn't need them. In fact, they actually say once I did, I didn't know why I got it. I didn't know I don't need it. I don't know why I purchased it.

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Because we eat with our eyes, not our stomach sore throats we purchase with our eyes, we buy on an impulse.

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up children wanting toys.

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We grab the tool is we are distracted by them for a short while, and then we are cast aside and forgotten. Just like children.

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Maybe I'll explain more on this in the seat on Sunday.

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The Quran tells us so much about human psychology about human thought about human emotion.

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It's a treasure of wisdom.

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So the Arabs in general, were very hospitable. When we're talking about the communists,

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and the elite, the love of wealth prevented them from sharing from feeding, they would feed for the wrong reasons.

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They would hold parties, but only the rich were invited.

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And this is it.

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We have feasts. We have functions

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where people feed insincerely. And people eat insincerely.

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How can that be very simple. We have a wedding function.

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We think it's a burden we have to call so many people. And then we start making the list. We promise ourselves the list will only be 100. And then suddenly inflates to 1000. Why? If we don't call him he'll be offended if we don't call her will be she will be offended, we must call them. So most people are called by obligation.

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Not because we want to call them if we don't call them we'll never hear the end of it. There'll be trouble.

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So we invite them. Now since we invite the rich we invite the wealthy we invite those who are not in need of the food.

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They as well when they receive the wedding card.

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Most of us now there are weddings every week.

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people attend most weddings,

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wedding feasts and food have become routine.

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When a person receives invitation, it's like a bird.

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I have to go, I don't want to go a whole day will be wasted. We have to travel to another city. I really don't want to go what excuse Can I make other family members we know we have to go if we don't go, we'll never hear the end of it. If we don't go there will be trouble. So we are invited insincerely and we go.

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This is why I saw last Friday it's been narrated and I had the faith that this is the worst of foods and feasts.

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Were the poor.

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And the rich I included

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those who need the food.

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They are not invited. We don't invite them. And they are unable to partake of the food. Even though that inclusion is a source of bargain blessing.

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A man came sort of sort of lot's of luck, it was seldom complaining to him about his brother, who was less privileged than him and to whom he was profound for whom he was providing lots of the law it was seldom said to him What do you know, maybe Allah is sustaining you through him.

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So

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what the Quran says is very accurate, that elites and the rich, the wealthy and the powerful, the affluence and the influential. They were the ones who are stingy, miserly,

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least hospitable.

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And he was the common ones, those who are less privileged, who are forever sharing sympathizing and who are so hospitable. So when I say about Maribel, Hosea

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It'll be a lot more unhappy than the other Arabs. Indeed, these were the common people who despite their own poverty in need, they gave they shared. So that was our era the alarm rang, huh? Why would sit outside her tent waiting for passers by. And then when travelers would come, she would make it a point of giving them to drink, have entertaining them of showing great hospitality, cooking for them, feeding them, slaughtering the animals and feeding them. But on that occasion, there was a drought.

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So when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrives her husband,

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he was absent. And Matt was sitting there, she was very old, the sort of loss of the law it was, she had nothing to offer. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam asked her, do you have any food or drink?

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She politely declined and said, We have nothing. That was

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sheep or goats

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in the tent,

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and

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proper to love it who seldom said, What's that animal? Can I?

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Can we have milk from that animal? So the loved one is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, What is that animal? So she, she replied, she never knew who he was. So she replied that, oh, it's an animal that was two weeks ago with the rest of the flock. So it's two weeks to macerated so that's why to remain behind. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Does he have any milk, she said, is far too weak for that. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Do you permit me to milk it, she said, if he can find some milk, then by all means, milk it. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had the animal brought to him. And then he with himself with his noble hands, he went down,

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he took hold of the animal's legs in a certain manner, which they used to grab the animal's leg and place it between the knees to hold on to it, and then milk the animal. And then the profits of the love it was stolen with his own noble hands. He liked the clean the other and liked it. And he began to milk and he asked for a bowl. And he specifically said, a bowl that will suffice all of us so America,

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himself and his party. So a bowl large bowl was brought for profits, the love it was from the mills. And lo and behold, to everyone's surprise and astonishment, the animal was milked, and it filled the very large bowl with milk. Then the prophet SAW the lover and he was looking at his, his manners, his character, he took the bowl, and the first person he gave to drink was America, that'll be a laugh. And he gave her to drink, she drank to her, Phil, and then he gave it to the others abubaker vehicle, the alarm, Abdullah ignored a bit, and I ended up on the floor here to hold the alarm. And then when everyone had drained to there, Phil, then was sort of laughs and alarm it was send them at

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the end, as a last person, he drank himself. And then he milked the animal one more time

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and filled it. And then he left this large container with more rabbit. And then he departed.

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But her husband returned later with the, with the remaining flock, when he returned, he saw the milk.

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And he said, Where did this come from? So maybe that'll the alarm has said, she described the person or a party came, there was one individual, a very blessed man amongst them.

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And he came.

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And

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she related the whole incident.

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So

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Walmart had said to her, describe him, and then she gave a very beautiful description of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was his gait, his mannerisms, his appearance,

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his demeanor,

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his behavior with the others, and it's a very long and beautiful description, and [???] since she was one of the better women and their Arabic was the purest.

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She gave an extremely beautiful description, the first word she meant he said to her, a woman said to his wife, Margaret, describe them to me. And her first words were, he was obviously and so apparently beautiful.

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That was the first description. And then she went on to describe him as appearance. His eyebrows hit she said he had beautiful long eyelashes and then his

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his face

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His

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neither too tall, neither too short of medium heights.

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He wasn't too slim or he didn't look emaciated in any way. And then his demeanor, she said he spoke very little. And yet when he was silence, there was an aura of all around.

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When he spoke, all the others felt silence, and they rushed to observe his instructions and commands,

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and so on.

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She was beholden buying, and when she described him, and said to her, that was the same person whom the mccunn speak of, and about whom I had already made the intention that I will travel to him and believe in him. He is a messenger of law.

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It's then reported that later on Meredith Meredith, both came to the messenger soul alarm and he was in Medina, and they embraced Islam.

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It's also reported that that animal which the Prophet sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam, had strokes and which he had milked. He actually survived in that stage providing copious milk, all the way till into a few years of the killer for Jose, the number of them

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till the till the year of Rama, Rama, Rama to the year of the ashes or the dust, a famine took place during the collapse of barbital. The alarm when there was a severe drought in the whole of Arabia, in the Arabian Peninsula. And the Muslims had to wait see that I would have been a part of the alarm had requested the replenishing of supplies from the different regions from sharm and from Iraq, Saudi Nabi waka, so the from from Iraq,

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things were sent, and also from Sham, but in Medina and the surrounding regions, it was a great draft. And so then I would have barbital, the Allah and he vowed to the last panel with Allah, that he would not eat or drink until everybody else at all drank. And he survived an absolute minimum food

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that was known as

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the year of the ashes, or the year of the dust means ash, because because of the drought and the dryness, the little clouds of dust and that's what the year was called the year of feminine the year of

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ashes Ashurst. So I will remember that till that year, it's reported that this animal survived providing copious milk. And it brought great blessings on this family.

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That was just one incident, famously known as the incident of alma mater, but there'll be a lot.

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There was another incident later, where they came across a young shepherd. So when they met him,

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they asked him for milk.

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Again, he said,

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the animals are unable to provide any milk products, the lover and ecosystem requested the his permission. He then gave him said, if you can milk it, milk, it, profits, the law, and even some repeated the same thing. So then this young lads saw this. He said to the province of the law, it was seldom that

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why

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no normal person can do this. So he said, I will tell you, as long as you can see all my affairs, he promised sister that I am home with the man they love the Messenger of Allah, just as Oh, are you the heathen from Makkah.

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But the people call the heathen. She said, I'm the same one. So then he, he said that I've always made the intent. Sorry, he said, May I follow you? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Not now, you won't be able to do that now meaning your people will prevent you from following me. But when the time comes, then come to me. So again, he later he went to visit the Prophet sallallahu. It was in Medina and embraced Islam. There was similar incidents. This these incidents are very common. In fact, this is how Abdullah hybridomas rude or the alarm, first met the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam outside Makkah when he was very young,

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he was shattered.

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And he was crudely called away.

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The diminutive of Ravi. Ravi. Ronnie means a shattered and little Shepherd means are away here.

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So he he was dismissively and continuously called for a while

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Your aluminum,

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especially by the leaves of the operation will jehlen others. And when the Buddha was killed, he would hit an assault of the lightning muscle. There'll be a lot more and regularly in Mecca. And lo and behold, there around the fair of the soma. When he met his end, he met at the hands of Abdullah, the Allah and when he stood over him in the Battle of butter, he said to him, you

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He said, Oh, Roy, you're older than the little Shepherd of flocks. Imagine, well, john is dying, he was already attacked by more than Morrow with even Afro and that he was bleeding to death, severely wounded. And yet his arrogance did not leave him.

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He was breathing his last.

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He had been severely attacked by two brothers more than what I worth. And here I'm delighted that you're lovable standing over him to

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silence him once and for all. And yet his arrogance did not leave him. He was

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continuously abusing Abdullah Massoud another your lover and even then, and same thing you are away.

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He said, You have climbed the great heights indeed.

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So the lightning was the alarm was a little Shepherd as he was referred to. He was outside muck down with his flocks. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam met them. He requested him for this. This was many, many years before he requested him for milk. And he refused. He said I am unable to give to you, except for that one animal which wasn't able to provide anyway, prophets of Allah it will send him again, miraculously, milk the animal, Abdullah who saw the alarm and then made an intention of believing in Him. And then eventually he went and embraced Islam. And he was, according to many reports to six persons embrace Islam. So this incident to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam personally milking animals and drawing milk in a miraculous manner.

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This occurred on a number of occasions before the hedger

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after Prophethood, and the way to hinge

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on the roots of Hydra to Medina. So these were some of the incidents that took place on the occasion of the hijra. Then closer to Medina, this is what happened, that was obey relates that the province civil alarm, it was seldom met as a worm or the alarm, who was returning from a trading mission to Sham Sham, as I've said on many occasions, is that

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region of modern days Syria, Lebanon, Jordan.

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So if you mentioned that hold of that region, the eastern half was Sham, and the western area was Iraq. And then you had

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Persia.

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So the modern borders weren't known at the time at that time, obviously. So that whole area of modern the modern of modern DevOps and Syria

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was known as shadow.

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In fact, even parts of Anatolia,

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modern day Turkey, all of that region was known as shadow. So the province so the province of the law it was was met by about his reading of the alarm and his group who had been returning from Sham from trading mission. When they met the prophets alarm It was one of them, they gave the whole party gifts of white clothes. And this detail is important because there is mention of it later in the video.

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And according to other narrations, he was also matched by the heart of the alarm and the alarm and also gave him a gift of clothes.

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So upon receiving this gift of clothes, they continued onwards towards Medina. And then he says on opening in a shuttle the alarm hi relators What's the Mary Muslim owner Billy Medina

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and the Muslims heard

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in Medina, Maharaja Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Makkah of the departure of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from guff for gun we have drawn a cooler that in Illinois, so they would come out every morning to the lava plane to the hub right

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now.

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Approximately close to 100 Muslims had what approximately 80 Muslims had already left Mugu

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and perform the hidrive the emigration

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This initial group of Mahajan they eagerly awaited the arrival of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and along with them, the anzar so how about the love of God embraced Islam on the in Mecca, with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the occasion of Hajj in their pledges at APA, and the others who hadn't yet met the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam will have embraced Islam because of the proselytizing of this habit of the Allahu anhu, namely, the alarm and others, and when they all in many unsolved had embraced Islam. So, Muslims, when they heard of the departure of a sort of loss of the law, it was seldom they eagerly awaited news reached them that he had left,

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because news is spread everywhere

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in the region.

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Every morning there would come out

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from the main city,

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as I've said before, Medina wasn't a walled city. Nor was it a very close city. It was rather, a collection of settlements spread across the whole basis of your trip.

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And the whole Oasis was surrounded by hard rocky land, which was arid and

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uninhabitable, and which was arid, unable to grow anything, or support life in that sense. But that was in the outer region. So the whole Oasis was contained within this. That's why it was an oasis, but it wasn't sandy desert rather, it was very rocky, hard, rocky area. And the parts of the area around the city or the sacraments of Medina of year three, were planes of hard Black Rock. And the reason for that is, these were the remnants of volcanic explosions, and lava quite simply lava. So they had huge lava tracks, these Eastern Western lava tracks which ran exactly east and west, which stretched to the south and north as well. These lava tracks were known as harder than the two lava

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planes or the two planes of Black Rock. So

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every morning, the Muslims would come out of Medina from the main settlements and come out all the way to the outskirts in the south waiting for the arrival of a sort of law, some the law it was Sunday for him to lead on a warship Do you have the hero so they would wait for the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam

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until the heat of the afternoon, would repel them and send them back

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the heat of the desert unbearable. So we will wait till close to noon might even close to noon, but late morning and then return and every day they would repeat this ritual from honorable Yana. So one day, they had returned back them out of Waterloo in Toronto, back in our apartment after having lengthen their waiting so one morning again they came waited for a very long time and then

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returned without seeing the messenger so the law

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firm will enable you

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then when they return to their homes

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all fall rajala minya hold fire continued Snipes mentioned one more incident that happened just near to the city of Medina.

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What either hold the alarm and the companion who hadn't embraced Islam. He is similar to sort of nomadic of magician had heard about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was bouncing. So he actually took a raiding party of 17 men from his people.

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And they tracked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to close to Medina. And then he approached him to catch him with a group of 70 riders. Not like Soraka nomadic who came along.

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And again miraculously, he approached the Prophet Silla love it

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and

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had a conversation with him, embraced Islam there and then along with all 70 of the riders.

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And then he said to the Prophet, some of the love it was sort of a messenger of Allah. It is not befitting you that you enter the city of Medina just like that.

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You've been who you are. So he removed his mama,

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his turban

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And then

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he wrapped it around a spear and he offered it to the messenger sort of the law legal system that use this as a standard when you enter the city of Medina

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province to love it will send them would have this miraculous effects on many people

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snatch that up in the morning, he came to capture him

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and he returned captivate.

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Same with Breda robiola. He came with a party of 70 to capture him. It was a messenger Salalah Harley was syllable captured their hearts and minds.

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When they finally arrived in the city, this is how it happened. So for the Matt Oh, illegible you to him so that morning when they return to their homes. O'Farrell, gentlemen yehudah, a man from amongst the Jews.

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He climbed out of Ottoman army him

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upon one of their fortresses

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for a matter Umrah, Elaine, which he was looking for, or looking into

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looking at

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Medina was populated by pagan Arabs

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and Jews also.

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And we're talking about the

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majority of the inhabitants.

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There were others too.

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But the five main tribes, or the two main groups of people were the pagan Arabs

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and the Jewish tribes.

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And of these, there were smaller other Arab tribes to or clans, but mainly the most powerful and populous.

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People were

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the two Arab tribes of Olson husband

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and the three Jewish tribes there were other smaller Jewish tribes too. But the three main Jewish tribes were born with either no pain or nothing.

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And the two Arab tribes are also cousins who were also known as women.

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Because ultimately, they were cousins. And their great grandmother, the shadow of famous grandmother, but more.

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So they were known as beta. And I've mentioned before as well, that in Makkah, the men were dominance, but in Medina, the women were dominance. And another aspect of this was that everywhere else, they will be named by their

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male ancestors. But here, both Olsen cousins were named after their great grandmother, not their granddad. So Ben will Baila.

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So some customers were cousins from the north Taylor. So one of the the Jewish tribes, one of the some of the Jewish tribes, they lived in different areas, so they all had their settlements, so they wouldn't live close to each other. The Jewish tribes had their own settlements, but all penal had this settlement. But the militia had its own settlements, or either had its own settlement. And blu ray that was famously situate, most of them were situated towards the south, and south east of Medina. And there they used to have fortresses and the meaning of fortune is not a huge castles. But

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the wealthy individuals had homes of many stories, sometimes three stories, or four stories. And the equivalent can be seen even today in parts of Yemen,

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in Yemen, where you have not modern buildings, but traditional tall buildings and houses where they have three or four stories of large houses, similar to that. And you can even see them in parts of Algeria, North Africa, again in the rural areas, not not just in North Africa, but all over Arabia, in the rural areas where they still haven't been so profoundly affected by modern architecture and modern style of living. You can see examples of these

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autumn or upon where we call them fortresses, but they weren't fortunate, as we know them. These were tall houses.

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And the recall fortresses, in contrast to the single story, humble mud dwellings of others. These were normally a strong brick of stone. And they would, instead of being simple, one story, there were three or four stories, and sometimes there's turrets and ramparts, small ramparts and turrets, but

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compared to the rest of the houses, they didn't apply fortresses

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and they are referred to in the arm as well. Min CRC.

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Law refers to that mean some sort of mean CRC. So from their fortresses. So then they were known as CRC they were also known as aplomb. So, a Jew from a man from the Jews, he climbed up to the top of one of his or one of the fortresses in order to look into something that he was considering. For Saudi Arabia. Saudi law is the law sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was happy he mobio been.

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So he saw the messenger sallallahu wasallam and his companions. Well, but your ring

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gets ring whines because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his party had put on the white clothes that were given to them by as available are warm and but how will the Allahumma your zoodle be Musab? The Miraj was cutting them. The meaning of the Mirage cutting them will use Uber hemosol is

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if we wouldn't know but we've seen it's on screen. Where

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when the neurons when some when someone's appearing from a distance, and you have the haze and the wave of the mirage. What happens is they appear then they disappear, they appear then they disappear. So this is known as as the wildebeest

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will become your Zootopia. Musab, the Mirage was cutting them, because of the haze and the waves and the rising heat and the imagery of the neurons. Sometimes they would appear then they would disappear, appear and disappear. And when they would appear they would it would be in glittering winds because we're wearing the white clothes and the sunlight reflecting quite strongly off them

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for them to do and part of the aerelon so

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so the Jews could not contain it himself and explained at the top of his voice because the everyone had heard about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the CO inhabitants of the Arabs in Medina had also heard about them and they had been witnessing them coming out every morning and returning.

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So he was the first one to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the party since he was high up on one of the

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on the roof of one of the fortresses. So he shouted out at the top of his voice from God, he could not contain himself. Yeah, Marina schelotto

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oh sembly of the Arabs have a hula de tiempo de Rouen. This is your great father, that you have been waiting for just means grandfather, but obviously, that's not what's being referred to here, how they're just documenting the truth of the room. This is your great father, your great one that you have been waiting for, for 1000s in the morning in the center. So the Muslims rushed to their weapons in order to protect the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they rushed to their weapons alarm and gathered making their way to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for the for the Lakota soul Alliance a llama It was really hard. So they met the messenger or their maps and

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received the messengers a lot riding

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on the plane of the Hara, on the lot on the lava planes for the Libyan that you mean so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he moved to the right if you imagine him coming from the south, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did not continue straight. rather he moved to the rides, he took a slight detour to the right.

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To him a few bunny amrik now until he

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dismounted and descended amongst the Mohammed mouth, the clamp of amor of mouth. Now, this was an OS clamp. This was a clamp of the house. As I said, this is the best way of understanding the city of Medina. The This was merely a collection of settlements. Every clan had it settlements. every tribe had its settlements within every tribe. Every clan had its own unique small settlement. So the moral of the claim of Emerald narrow.

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They were members of the hazard edge of the they were members of the tribe, but they their crown had their own settlement in one part of Medina and it was actually to the south. So this was the first area from the south that was accessible and

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For the Arabs, at least, the first Arab settlement and the mouth were from the tribe and the area where they lived. It was Oba which everyone knows now that Mr. Obama stood in the Oba area, and that's about just two miles from the center of the city if we regard the center as the masjid of a sort of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, now he had arrived in Medina.

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So sometimes this needs to be understood in the Ethan traditional literature.

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Sometimes it's said that he moved from Oba to Medina.

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He went from Oba to Medina. So sometimes when when we say that he traveled from one area of Medina, to Medina, what it simply means is that he traveled from the outskirts of Medina, into the center where the masjid is today. Otherwise, we can't even really call that V Center at the time.

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And then sometimes we hear that he arrived in Medina Are you from outside Mecca from outside the city, it doesn't mean the center of the city where the masjid was, but soon as he arrived in any area of the outskirts, that can be called Medina. So Baba is essentially a part of Medina. And he was even then he was just one of the settlements of Medina. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he arrived on that day, he had now arrived in Medina, his his dream was complete. And the dates, this is something I haven't mentioned so far, but I'll mention it now.

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In fact, it's mentioned in the video, it's a next sentence have done as a division fee, bunny 100 mouth until he descended with them with his own party and the receiving party of the Sahaba of the alarm in the clan, or in the settlement of amateur of mouth, with Alec a Yeoman, Yeoman, his name is and this was on Monday. It'll be a well from the month of April. So this is quite unique. We actually have the date mentioned an authentic hadith that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived in Medina in Cuba, and the day of his arrival was a Monday from the month of Ruby. Now, before I continue, I just like to mention, how do we trace the movements.

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It appears that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left

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on Thursday

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in order to go to the cave of Hitler.

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So he and abubakr have said the Freudian slip tires that man from the rear of the house Have a look at us a vehicle the law firm, and they went to the edge of the inhabited area of Macau.

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Macau wasn't a collection of settlements, like Medina, it was more of a closed city. It wasn't walled, but it was quite compact and close.

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So when he reached the end, edge of the inhabited area, at night, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam turned to Makkah, just before he continued on his way to the cave, and this was on Thursday nights. And addressing Mecca, he said, Oh city of Mecca.

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You are the most beloved place to me of all the places on earth.

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And if it wasn't for your people

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who have driven me out, I would have never left.

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So this is a clear Hadees which states that MK was most beloved to sort of la sala

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and

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he preferred mcca halvah Medina without.

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So why didn't see settle?

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Why didn't he return after the hedger had ended? But why didn't he return after the conquest of Makkah?

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Why didn't he do what the inside companions were fearful of him doing? Which is that the Ansel said

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that now that maka has been conquered,

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it has fallen to the Muslims.

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The people have submitted to the Messenger of Allah. He has no need to remain in Medina. These are his people that were Amish. This is his city.

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And

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam immediately after the conquest of Makkah, there had been the Battle of her name

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and after that battle,

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of her name. He had distributed

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herds of camels, flocks of sheep and goats, blankets, weapons and armor that had all been collected in booty. And he had given much of this to the, to the leaders of the branch who had just embraced Islam.

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So the unsolved so how about the alarm?

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Some of them the young ones method amongst themselves.

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That's look at us.

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We are the ones who have made the sacrifices.

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Our swords are still wet, and they haven't dried. And already the spoils and the bootsy in the favors are going to the Quraysh who till this moment had been our bitterest and most avowed enemies

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and the prophets of Allah, he was the most favored them over us.

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He is given such and such person such and such person 100 camels, another one 100 camels, another one 100 camels, and we have been left with nothing.

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It seems as though Makkah has been conquered. He's been reunited with this people.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will now join them once again favor them, and you will no longer return to Medina, we have been abandoned.

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Some of them said this, the words reach Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa.

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So he's summon them.

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Sorry about the alarm who came to the province in the law, it was on them, and he was a leader of the church. And after the death of Saigon tomorrow, there'll be a loved one who was a leader of aos. rabada was regarded as the preeminent person amongst the unslotted in general, for both

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sides of the alarm overcame. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, what is this that I hear of the mutterings of the

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society not about the alarm? Who said O Messenger of Allah? These were just some young naive ones amongst us who are making such complaints and mutterings. So the prophets that alarm it was said to him or sad, what do you say? So he said, Yes, all Allah, I am that's one of my people. Meaning I have the same reservation in my heart.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said suddenly

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and gather them in this tent.

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And let there be no one. But the answer. No one else can enter the tent. When we say tent, the Arabs don't always have walls and flaps for the tent.

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So what are they? These were the tenants of flaps and the walls and the edges. That idea of a tent often, especially on such occasions where it was a large tends to hold many people's that it wouldn't have any walls, there would be pole tent poles with a cover. And that was it. That was regarded as a large tent. But all the surrounding area would be open and empty. No flaps, no covers, he said, gather everybody in the tent, and only the inside can gather. No non Saudi can be present in class. How about the alarm again? A lot. But I've mentioned the story before we don't have time to go into in detail. But he stood up. And he said oh assembly of the answer.

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What are these words? What is the statement that has reached me from

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all you displeased with me in your hearts?

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And then he went he proceeded to console them to pacify them, to reassure them.

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And he said

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the ending what he said

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on Sol isn't it true that you were misguided.

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And Allah guided you through me.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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went through a number of things

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in which the Ansel

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had been favored by Allah, in guidance, in reconciliation, in harmony in their hearts being united after being so disunited, all through the Baraka and the blessing of the messenger. So

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for each statement, the entire would reply in one voice Allah what a soldier who amend Allah and His messenger or Mosca.

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I'm sorry, isn't it true?

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that a lot this isn't true that I did this. And for each statement, Allahu Allahu Allah and His messenger and most favorable mascar.

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Then, when he had ended

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them, why don't you speak?

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Why don't you say something?

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They said, What do we say on messenger of

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Allah? He said to them, Why don't you say

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later but your people drove you away from your city and we received

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your people abandoned you and we supported you. And then the prophets, Allah Allah Almighty, who seldom went through a number of things in which Allah had favored the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and aided him and supported him through the answer.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them, oh, and

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tell me

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Wouldn't you be pleased? That p remember one of their complaints for some of them was that people have been given camels and goats and sheep, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Oh, I'm sorry. Wouldn't it please you that people return with camels with goats and goats and sheep, and you return with a lion is assault.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, we be reassured, I will return with you from now My life is with you.

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And my death is with you.

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And then, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the unstyled other people are like the outer clothing.

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And then he mentioned about the inside of others about outer clothing and inner clothing. In any case, how about some of the love it was some reassurance can a lovers How about your loved one who say there was not one soul in that tend to was not weeping. And only the messenger of love could achieve that. He had this ability of reassuring, of satisfying and pleasing every single purse. Every single person, no one would go away without being pleased by the words of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even if there were three people, and only one of them could get what they want. One of them would get what they wanted. Yeah, all three would return content and happy.

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Because of the words of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had that unique ability. So he refused to remain in Makkah, even after the conquest of Mecca. Why? Because of the hedgerows, we do not truly understand the significance and the greatness of pitcher the hitter was so unique. How about the law of random and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to retain that reward of the hedgerow for eternity, nothing should come in the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he departed from Mecca, he turned around and bidding farewell to this beautiful and blessed city. He said, of all the places on earth, you are the most beloved to me, and had your people not

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driven me out, I would have never left you.

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But once he was once he left, he was never to return for permanent residents. Why? Because of the hitch, even the Sahaba of the alarm, the Sahaba would be ill in Makkah, and they would want to leave Makkah and dine Medina, even though they were ill. They did not want to die in Mecca. Why? Because of the hedgehog.

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This is also one of the reasons you see there's so much to explain so much to say. And I'm conscious of the fact that we can't go into every single detail because you will be prolonging the Hadeeth and

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I'm not sure everyone is up to the task of continuously wading through such details. I'm fine, I can stay here to eventually

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some of you may have sales to go to.

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But I mentioned about the profits of the law.

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Be a lover and we learned from the heavy. When he visited the book or the alarm, he said to him, Allah has granted me permission to do his

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work on the alarm and I said to him, a superhero sort of law in one migration or cyber company or messenger of Allah meaning I wish your company prophets, Allah Allah said, Yes, the alarm wept. And then he said, I prepared these two camels choose one of them. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Thurman

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with a price. Now, I never mentioned this dhanbad explained Tina because I want to explain about the Hydra and its significance.

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Why did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam insist on paying for the camp

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Even though towards the end of his life, he said there has been no one who has been as candid as favorable to me, in his soul in his wealth, and in his

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family.

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As Abubakar

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because indeed a worker of the love, I would spend money on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he gave him his daughter. Why wouldn't he give him wealth? And he spent 1000s on the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam personally, not just at his call in the way of Allah, but even personally on the Messenger of Allah it was. He had spent 1000s even in Makkah before the hijra, so why on this occasion, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam insisted, at such a risky moment, when their lives were in peril.

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To pay for the camel, do you know

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the soul Ullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted his hedger and emigration complete and only for himself.

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That's

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even in the camel, pursuit of lust sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted his own parts in that he

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would have his parts in the Aegean, I don't know your loved one. But so the last little alarm Eileen was, would have his part of

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the headdress should be complete. Nothing should ever detract from the hedgehog.

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Even after the conquest of Makkah, they will not to return.

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So how about the alarm, I don't even see them. Barbara Lee, a loved one, who was one of the chieftains of the orangish. Despite his young age, he would, he was elected to the Council of leaders and elders, and he was one of their members. In fact, he would represent

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his clan, instead of as well.

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And instead of his older brother, they didn't have the alarm. So he's one of the chieftains of the array. But even he

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he would pray for Shahada in the city of Seoul.

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And he was granted it's

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about

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a Persian I mentioned this in great detail. We went through the whole story in the country and maybe I'll do it again in Sharla sometime,

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but he will not stabbed him in federal solar.

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And

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see, then I would have been a kebab of the Allahu I'm

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so mighty yet so humble. Allahu Akbar. So mighty yet so humble. He truly was. He was extremely humble. And yet he didn't look humble in the least. Because humility is the humility of the mind, and the humility of the heart and the humidity of the character.

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Not by appearance.

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And what we mean by shadow the alarm has saw some people

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walking, they weren't even walking, they were shuffling along. They were shuffling along.

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Bent backs, droop, shoulders, lower the hands, shuffling along.

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So all in an Chateau de la Marina said Who are these people?

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Someone said, Oh, Nina, mother of the believers XAML and Masak. They claim to be worshipers of Allah I that the these are great worshipers and as part of their great worship, they humble themselves. So they Shuffle Along. They lower their heads.

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So morning and Chateau de la langue has had a mural. Here, she said, Barbara de la Horan, was a far greater worshipper than any of them. It was a greater mastic than any of them and yet

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in a smarter

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way, the

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way that

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she writes your rhymes yet when he was a great worship than any of them, yet, when he spoke he made sure people heard when he walks he walks fast. And when he hit it hurts.

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Either a smile Were you there Misha Baba Oh.

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So in appearance, even a barber or your loved one wouldn't.

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He wouldn't lower his head droop his shoulders. He was a mighty man, in stature, in status, in physique. In appearance. He would fill people's eyes and hearts with all

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and yes, he was immensely humble in heart and mind

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despite being the leader of the faithful and he was stabbed

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That morning he said to some arm dilla gota minion shadow the Allahu amha and say to her kebab requests your permission to be laid to rest next is to companions. And when you speak to her do not say ameerul momineen say a little BB, for in needless to say Yama amigurumis meaning for this day I am no longer the leader of the faith.

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Such humility,

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law, contrast his humility with that were more gentle on his deathbed, both on their deathbed.

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So I'm gonna go to Barbara de la and he was granted his wish of Shahada in the city of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, even for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and the Sahaba of the alarm and their hedger had to be complete someone so that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to pay for his own camel, even from his own father in law and best friend abubaker vehicle of the alarm, even though on other occasions, forget one camel, which according some narrations was worth 400 other generations and someone I mentioned was 800. Durham's, apart from one camel

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Viola and had spent 1000s unrestrictedly on Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he had gladly accepted 1000s and 1000s

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on many occasions, but why this one camel when their lives were in danger, too, because he wanted his hedger to be complete, and nothing should detract from that. And that was a history of this habit of the alarm. They did not go back.

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And this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even praying a lot Amelie as Javi hijikata, whom our law completes my hitch completes. The hedger of my companions for

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work in Alba is so sad.

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And yet the poor one sad, why, because they were ill and passed away in Macau. So the hidden was complete. And when you imagine that this was a status of hedger, even after so much sacrifice,

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the lahardee was in them, when he wishes to emphasize sincerity of intention and purity of motive. The one deed which he mentions is not Salah, and not zeca and not Hajj, or even the gardens or the HA, the one deed which he mentions that must be sincere, without the least pollution of insincerity is the hitch.

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In

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the head ethos sincerity of intention, that's a lesson for us if they sacrifice so much, in order for their hedger and their immigration to be complete, and pure and exclusive for them. And even then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is warning them about sincerity of intention, and purity of motive than by Allah, where do we stand with our intentions and our teams?

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left America

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and he bid farewell, then he, this was on Thursday, don't worry, even though you may, I'll take you from one place to the other. I'll always bring you back in show.

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So

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam bid farewell.

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And this was on a Thursday.

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And then

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they went to the cave of fold and abubaker of the alarm and on the profits of the lions and stayed down Thursday night, Friday night, Saturday.

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And then on Sunday,

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according to some reports in the morning, and according to other reports in the evening,

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at nine so this was again Monday and started the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam departed from the Cave of fol on their way to Medina, on the route their chosen routes of hedra. along the coastal routes. Normally the travel from Mecca to Medina would take eight days. It was known as a

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as an eight day journey that would have eight stops. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam traveled for a whole of 14 days.

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So he departed on Monday.

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And he arrived Two weeks later on the Monday. So it took a whole of 14 days, not eight days.

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According to some reports, it was less but because they were traveling in such a way that they have to be protected. They stopped on some occasions and in this way, some reports say they took 8989 days.

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Other saying 14 days, but

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they arrived on Monday. When they arrived on the Monday, this is how they were received. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then went, and as soon as he arrived, they came out to receive Him. Of course, it's not mentioned here, but there was great jubilation, great celebration. How about the alarm? We're waiting for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because of their waiting others were waiting to

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the non Muslims waiting to Abdullah Abdullah Salaam or the Allahu anhu was a Jewish rabbi he was waiting to and when he went to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he saw his mobile face and the first thoughts that came to him were for our laughter and the whole place in which he goes and I realized that this is not the face of

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the saw him from a distance and the lightness element of the Ummah and he wasn't it was a leading rabbit.

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This is why when he embraced it said to them, or messenger of Allah

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asked my people about me, but did not tell them that I have embraced.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called them. This was later. And so what do you have to say about I'm delighted in the salon.

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They said, so you're gonna want to say your dinner Hey, Donna, whoo hyena habarana.

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He is our Master, the son of our master because he came from a line of

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scholars and rabbis.

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His father was a rabbi. And it came from a whole lineage of learning. So they said, He is our master, son of our Master, the best of the son of the best amongst us, our Rabbi, the son of our Rabbi. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, well, even he has embraced and acknowledged me as a messenger of Allah. So immediately, they said,

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Sharma sharena, the worst the most as the son of the worst.

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Then I'm delighted massamba the Allahu Akbar came out. So that was later on, he embraced, but he had been waiting and he hadn't embraced yet. And when he saw the prophets of Allah it was from a distance he was waiting along with the others. When he saw him, all he had to do was glance at his face, amount of learning and wisdom and tradition and sincerity. He glanced at his face, and he said, Fall of two and who needs to be shaken? I realized that this is not the face of

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so many had been waiting. A Monday had arrived, there was great jubilation and great celebration, and tears of joy and prophets and the love it was and then shifted to the right to veto and momentum settled in Oba. That's where he dismounted first amongst the clan of ambled mouth, the clan of the oaths and there that's where the first mustard was set up of the masjid of Oba. And inshallah I will speak about that from next week. Next week, we will complete the heavy and that was the first machine that was actually built in Islam. But you see the first machine it's

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it's relative.

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The first machine was a machine

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because even the prophets of Allah while he was praying there, but not in congregation,

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not in congregation. But that wasn't the first mustard that was established on built, it was already there. For the Muslims and even the pagans used it. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Sahaba of the love would pray that individually, but they weren't able to collectively gather that and form salon jamara.

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What was the which one was the first machine that was actually built and established

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in Islam,

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the masjid of Abu Bakar rhodiola horn which he made outside his house,

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he has that honor as well.

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Didn't get in trouble the alarm around her saying that he built a machine

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outside his house where he would pray and recite the Quran.

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So in a way, that is the first message

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and then so it's a relative term. And then when

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they arrived in Medina, the first mission was Oba where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, for the first time able to gather the companions and praise Allah with them. And of course, before his arrival, that's how about all the alarm because they were free in Medina, before his arrival, they would gather in different places and they will perform the Salah. So some of these areas where machines Well, when an area was designated for solar can also be regarded as a machine. So it's a relative term, but in terms of

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leading the Muslims in prayer and then instructing them to build a proper Masjid. That was probably the well that was the mission of Oba. But I'll explain more about that next week in Sharla. And it's a very important mission mission of Oba, very blessed machine alarge referred to it as the machine of duck law in the holy book. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would visit the machine regularly. Every week, on a Saturday, I'm delighted no matter the alarm, I relate that the prophets of Allah Islam would go walking all the way from his apps, his machine to Mr. Taco Bell, walking and riding regularly each week, and that he would go just visit

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the masjid praise Allah and return. And we learn in that how the, that one Salah in that Masjid, and according some reports for a guard, so once our meaning one or four guards is equivalent to one, and that's inauthentic or happy. So it's a very blessed machine. And that was the first machine he stayed there for a number of days. And then he moved on. And he left on a Friday. And as he moved on, at jamara time, he stopped somewhere and performed the first gemasolar in Islam, and amongst the mausoleum. And then from there, he moved on and arrived in the area, which is now known as a machinable sort of law. So the law it was sort of them, and that's where they built the mystery. So

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actually, you can Shall we learn about all of this. And this brings us to the end of the idea. I pray that last panel data enables us to understand the law makers amongst those who are sincere in their learning in their deeds. And their law, enable us to understand the words of Allah and His Messenger some of the law it was, was a lot more similar manner after he wore a suit in a V and M human while he was wearing a lot more behind the

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law and

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