The Prophet’s Emigration To Madinah Part 7

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matured a lot from about

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Ebrahim

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spec to listeners,

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we gather once again for the study and commentary of

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the famous Hadeeth of money in a shot of the alarm about the Hydra, the emigration of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam to Medina.

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we've now reached the

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end of these.

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And here are

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the points where we left off last week was when the sort of lump sum the love it was some of them had arrived on the outskirts of Medina

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and

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had been received by harbottle the a lot.

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And it was great joy the festivity and celebration. This is where we left off. I won't repeat myself from I won't repeat myself

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from last week.

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It's continued

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for the older sort of lives and the law while he was sitting them with a camera

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and they met

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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on the plane of habla, which was the lava plane

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for the living that really mean so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam move to the right with them he took a detour to the right. had done a few you been active now.

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Until he settled

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or shall we say dismounted in the morning or he settled amongst the Burnham now

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without a key ominous name and shadow, there'll be a one and this was on Monday of the month of

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had arrived with his small group of La Casa de amor de la.

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And Abdullah ignore the expert tracker and the guide.

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People have been coming out every day, waiting for them word had spread in the whole oasis of yesterday.

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And Muslims, non Muslims, young and old men and women alike. We're all waiting eagerly. Some of them not so eagerly,

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since

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some were bitterly opposed to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam, even within the city and before his arrival.

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Eventually, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam arrived, there was a great day of it was a great day of joy and celebration, and unassuming romantic or your loved one who was a young child at the time. He relates that

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there are two days the likes of which I have never seen in my life. The first was the day of the arrival of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Medina. And the second was the day he departed from this world.

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Those two days I have not seen the Nikah.

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And it's difficult to describe Muslims were overjoyed. And

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there was rejoicing happiness.

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Even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam felt utterly relieved and happy, even though he had fled from his own city, his birthplace, his hometown,

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leaving everything behind, and most importantly, leaving the holy city of Makkah behind.

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But

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his arrival is reception, the honor and love shown to him by this harbottle the alarm

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was so immense that it lifts it lightened his burden and lifted his load off him.

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And this is why eventually the province Well, the province of the law, it will sell them lovely unsolved, and eventually they prove themselves at every stage. And time and time again. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam advised the people to love this, the unsolved harbottle the law.

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In fact, in a heavy played by mom, Holly and others, the loss and the love, or some of them says, Imani football and saw where I took the bottle and saw the sign of faith and he man is the level of the law. And the sign of hypocrisy is the hatred and the dislike of the unseen. And when we say amstar we mean the assistance, the helpers, the disciples of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions in from Madina munawwara the indigenous population of Medina, as opposed to the Mahajan, the emigrants. These people opened up their homes, their hearts and their doors and their wealth, and they devoted themselves to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so they will be our

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last praise them in the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam praise them in that Harvey. And maybe if we have time, I'll say a bit about that later on. But you can imagine the joy and the festivity and celebration of that day, that's an astronomical the Allahu anhu was a native of Medina who was a child and who became very close to the province of the love it was one of them. He says that there are two days the likes of which I have never seen the day he arrived in the city of Medina, and the day of his departure from this world.

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Now when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived on the outskirts, as I mentioned last week, he arrived from the south, and

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the area where the settlements began, just before that, we have the plains. So that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was received by some of this habit of the law.

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And then

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he shifted to the side took a detour to the right, and eventually made his way to the settlement of the Mohammed mouth. Now, in order to understand the this event, and some of the later events,

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it's important to remember what I've mentioned on numerous occasions, about the layout of the city of Medina.

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And like Mecca, unlike other cities, it wasn't a closed, compact city.

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In fact, in a way, it wasn't even referred to as a city in the traditional sense, although it was called that it was known as yesterday, it was it was actually an oasis, spread over quite a large area. And in this Oasis, you had settlements.

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And each of these settlements was although it contained some other elements, predominantly Eve settlement was of one particular clan. So a large clan would inhabits a certain area.

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And

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the, in fact in the traditional ahaadeeth in the Hadeeth. When it comes to Medina,

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it's not normally mentioned that

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the people went or the people stayed at or the people were in this settlement or that settlements or that neighborhood. You can't even call it a neighborhood, rather settlements like a cluster of villages. The word down the road is rarely used, word settlement is not used. It would just simply say

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Say, amongst these people amongst these people, and what that meant is their settlement. So here as well, he settled amongst the family mouth, or a tribe of hosts who lived

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in the southern part of the oasis.

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Sometimes the areas in which they lived, had individual names.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he settled amongst a bunch of now, and in settlements, each clan had its own settlement

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and the rents and the formal boundaries,

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but each settlement didn't just consist of houses, rather the settlements had houses small and large orchards, fields,

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palm groves,

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and then you have some space, then another settlement, and that settlement had its large homes, small homes, palm groves, fields and orchards and then another settlement. So in essence, you can regard each settlement as a small village and Medina was a collection of or a cluster of villages in the Oasis

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and each settlement or each village, each area, which was quite large and which was rule

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was dominated by one particular clan, or members of a particular tribe.

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This is why even the Jewish tribes had their own settlements when they had their own settlement that whatever the minimum will be, and Olson has what are the two major tribes of the Arabs, but also husbands were themselves divided into many different clans and each clan had their own settlement. So Bananarama did mouth. Their settlements was in the south of the city in the area known as Oba. So the famous region of Koba, that was the settlements have been ramped up now.

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And in this day and age, we don't refer to these areas according to their clans because it's redundant. We know them obviously more better still, we know them better as individual areas. But at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the areas were actually better identified by the clans that lived there, live, live there, and inhabited these areas because the whole region was caught was named after them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam settled he moves to the right. And then eventually he settled amongst the been rambling now one, but I mean settled is he dismounted, he unpacked, he began to rest, and he made his base there for a number of days. So he

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settled amongst a bunch of mouth. And that was the area of Oba as we know it today, approximately two miles to the south of the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam directly to the south, two miles.

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And his date of arrival was Monday, in the month of April be away. There are differences of opinion as to what date it was more than likely it was the eighth or the ninth of a barrel of oil. And I say eight or nine depending on the size of the moon. So some calculations give the ninth some calculations give the eighth so the eighth or the ninth of the month of Ramadan.

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That was when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived in Oba and he settled amongst the bin Mohammed mouth and they were a tribe of hosts.

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Now what happened? The narrator says for karma, Abu Bakr in the Allahu Anglin willingness, so buckle the alarm.

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He stood up amongst the people

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were jealous, were jealous or Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Samhita and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remains seated side

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for a minute.

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So those of the Ansel who came

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min min min malum Yara Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of those who have not seen the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you Haley about Bucklin a photofiltre yohei Ababa Korean they began greeting Abu Bakr the alarm. So

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many people have thrown around the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, hundreds of people and they were milling around moving coming forth, moving. And

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it's mentioned in the narrations, that even old lady

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Who were unable to go out of the house? to a far distance? Even they climbed on the roofs on the roofs of their homes. And they were asking each other and the neighbors, which one of them is he which one of them is he looking out for us Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So

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the people came.

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Some of them

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had seen the messengers a lot higher than others hadn't.

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So those who hadn't seen the messenger, some of the law hiding or some of them, when they arrived, all they saw was a group of men.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had sat down. And he was just calmly, humbly, seated silently.

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And a worker of the alarm was standing. So people thought he was a messenger of Allah. And they began greeting him.

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Not with the words or messenger of Allah, but just greeting him.

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And prior to this, let me also explain something else, on the way to Medina.

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Back to the law,

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when he was with the messenger, so the law it was something

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if they would meet people randomly, and they never feared them, and they were just passers by.

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on a couple of occasions, people asked, What are the allowing Who are you?

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So he would reply by saying, someone in need of something,

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someone looking for something.

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Someone who wishes to fulfill seeking to fulfill his need,

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vows he had.

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So then they will ask and who's he

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referring sort of sort of muscle alarm earlier. So buckle the alarm and would say, he is showing me the way.

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Since he wants to conceal that affair, he would refer to himself as a seeker of something to fulfill his need. Who is he?

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Someone who is showing me the way. Now one of the reasons why people would speak to a worker of the loved one first is that even though he was two years, a few months younger than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he looked older.

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The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam despite being 53, on the occasion of the Hydra, he looked extremely

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and walk out of the alarm.

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Despite being younger than him by two years, few months, he actually looked much old.

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So people would speak to him on the way.

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And he would say I am a seeker of the need to be fulfilled. And he is the one showing me the way. So here as well, what kind of your loved one was standing, he looked, the more senior both in terms of age, as well as the ones standing and the prophets of Allah, it was an assignment and he sat down. So people thought he was have sort of lost some of the love it was ill and they began greeting him, not with the words or messenger of Allah, but just greeting him

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since it was hot, and we walk out of the alarm and then moved and covered the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with the clock to give him shade.

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That's when people realize that he is a messenger.

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So the unsoldered, who hadn't known the messenger sallallahu, I think was some of them. They

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they didn't greet them. Another reason for people greeting abubaker of the Allah

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is some of them is that a worker of the alarm would travel to Sham to trade.

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And Sham was a famous trading region for the Arabs of Makkah. So when he would pass by Medina, llamas yesterday about the time, in fact, Medina was on the trade routes. So when people travel from Southern Yemen,

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or even from Makoto macaron,

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and they would travel up north to Sham they would always pass by the city of yesterday.

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And it was a halting place, people would take a slight detour or spend some time in Medina, on the way there on the way back. So out of the alarm would do the same because even in adulthood, he would trade

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and travel

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regularly. So some people need In any case, we'll talk about your loved one was standing, some people greeted in the province to love it. And then we'll see to silence me

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There's some sort of seul Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam until the sun fell upon the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So a worker of the Allahu anhu came forward

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and inhibited until he shaded him with his clock.

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for hour from now sort of Sol Allahu Allahu Allah, He will send them into the attic. So the people recognize the Messenger of Allah, at that moment.

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feel a bit like a llama while he was sitting there feeling angry now often with ash rata, Laila, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remained in the Maghreb. Now, the claim of Emerald mouth with our Ashok Leyland for 10, and a few nights

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what was the sort of mustard livi was the salad.

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And that machine,

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which was established upon duck was established, was the law. The law is the law highly who was sending them and allows messengers on the law while equal send them pray there in Morocco Bara Hinata when he

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rode his camel

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now

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so what happened here, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived on the Monday.

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And he remained

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in the normative now of meaning the clam of our mouth for approximately

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12 days.

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And how was that?

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He arrived on the Monday.

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So for one whole week, seven days,

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and then Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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So that's four days, so more than 10 1112.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived on Monday, and he stayed till the following Friday.

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And in that time, sort of laughs a lot. It was just advising guiding people. And something else also happened.

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Which is

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that in that whole region of year three, a number of people had embraced Islam, some of the Sahaba will be a lot more and who had been hidden for a long time before, not just two months before but a year before, like most of the Align. And they were teaching the new

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Muslims in Medina

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and evolving religion. So people would praise Allah. And they would also praise Allah in congregation because it was only in Makkah, they were unable to pray with Gemma in congregation openly. Being Medina, they were able to do that openly and freely. So there were many regions in the whole of Africa where people gather small areas, and they will praise Allah. Obama was one of them amongst the 100 now, so they were already praying to lather. But now

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed them to build proper Masjid.

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And so

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how about the law of Ramadan now?

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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instructed them, establish the masjid. And they built the machine, most likely in the same area where they were already praying, but now they did it properly.

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This was the first Masjid in Islam,

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built under the instruction of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam in his presence, by the Sahaba of the alarm rang on a large scale with a view to that machine being

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a proper machine.

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And this is why it's referred to as the first machine.

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Machine Oba

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and the province and the love it was and was present there.

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And when the narrator says, what was the sell mustard leather use the salad dakhla that that mustard which was established on duck law was established, or Salafi had a sort of law is the law it was Solomon then the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed there in is that the mission was established and for as long as the messengers of the law it was something remained in that area. They the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed on our there he led the Muslims and

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prayer and he inaugurated the masjid and the congregational worship in that machine.

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And the note says,

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that Masjid which was established on patois was established what he is referring to is the verse of the Holy Quran in sort of the

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last panel without our Say's

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Law talking fee, do not stand there in

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an unexplained what that refers to. Then Allah says, le masjidul Osada duck worming overly Yeoman hochland Paul Murphy fee had a job when you're born in year two the huddle will love hearing from an assessable Nana who Allah Allah

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subhana wa tada Scheffer, Josephine har from harrowby, heafy Natarajan them will love

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me.

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loss is surely a machine which has been established on the

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from the very first day

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that is more deserving, that you stand there in.

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There are in that Mystery

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Men who love to thoroughly purify themselves.

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And Allah loves those who thoroughly purify themselves.

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What

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is one

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who establishes his foundation on Bagua

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better,

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all one

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put stablish is his foundation.

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Only precipice

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on the corner

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of a precipice or a cliff which is dropping, and then it does drop with him into the fire of jam.

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And the law does not guide

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the sinful. That's translation of those verses of sort of delta.

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And the meaning of who's better someone who establishes his foundation on taqwa, or someone who establishes his foundation. And our Scheffer, Jonathan har

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drew from her means a cliff edge of falling cliff edge and Scheffer means the edge. So, someone who establishes his foundation on a color on a falling cliff edge, which then does collapse that collect collapses with him into the fire of gentlemen. Now, what does the all of that refer to?

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Let me explain the so that is much of the top one and that is most of the pullback. The mustard of Uber is the mustard of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived there that was his arrival place. He stayed in Uber in the settlement of Ober belonging to the camp of Amitabh mouth, a clan of the tribe. He stayed there for more than 10 days from Monday till the next Friday. And during that period, he advised them he guided them people embraced Islam at his hands, those who hadn't yet embraced and he established this machine and led solar there in this was the first machine and it was called alarm named it, the mystery of the of the floor.

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And the

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backdrop to the revelation of those verses of surah Toba is that

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in the ninth year of his life,

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before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left for the book

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to march north.

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Some of whose details I've covered in the commentary of the gaps in the knowledge of the law one

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another number of people had built a machine. Now there was an individual called an arrival.

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Now this individual

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he

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he was an error.

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But he had opposed the messenger some of the law it was and he was forever plotting and scheming in the city of Medina.

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And after the Battle of but he was so disgusted, he left. Well, he went and he instigated the

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people of Makkah against the Muslims to retaliate and to avenge themselves for the Battle of brother and he was quite instrumental.

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Some encouraging them, amongst many others. And he plotted and schemed after the battle or even left Arabia, and he went up north to sham.

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And his sole mission was to

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solicit help

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against the Muslims of Medina.

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And eventually he even reached the court

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of the Roman Byzantine Roman ruler in Constantinople.

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And he sought his assistance against Medina.

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And he actually won that back in. So he was told Yes, you can plot and scheme, we will assist you and hopefully we will overrun Medina, so you can make preparations. As part of those preparations. He had a fraction of men in the city of Medina, he instructed them to build a machine in disguise. So ostensibly It was a machine.

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But the purpose wasn't

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to have it as a machine. Rather, it was ultimately to serve as a Depo for weapons

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as a headquarters for their subversive activity in the city of Medina and eventually serve as a garrison.

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And along with these long term goals,

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the intention was also to create division amongst the Muslims how.

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So they built the machine

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and where did they build build it? They built it in the settlement bin lambda mouth, which already had a machine the mustard of Oba.

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So they built it very close by.

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So what was the reason for building another Masjid close by?

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When they already had the first and the famous mustard of Oba.

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So they built it and the idea was to divide the Muslims. Then they came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and the settlement or messenger of Allah we have built a machine and in order to justify their reason for building a machine, so close to Mr. The Oba.

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They said O Messenger of Allah, we built it with the intention that it would serve those people who are weak,

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unable to travel far, and for cold nights for rainy nights. So for bad weather, rainy nights cold man's and for the weak needy. I those who can't travel that far to go to Mr. Oba we built it nearby so that the locals can come to this machine.

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So the province solahart so they said O Messenger of Allah, we wish you to come.

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And we wish you to pray Salah there in and

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consecrate the masjid for us. And the purpose was, that that would be a blessing

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and a confirmation

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bias or last alarm, it was the little hypocrites. But they felt that if we could gain his ratification, his stamp of authority and his approval, then this will work wonders for us. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them, I'm on the verge of departing.

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So not now.

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But when I return

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left for the walk. Remember, I've mentioned on numerous occasions, he didn't intend to go to the booth.

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We say that retrospectively, otherwise, his intention was just to march up north. The walk was the place where he eventually halted and camped for a number of days and then returned. That's why the whole campaign is known as a campaign of the walk. But he had no such intention at the beginning of

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departing specifically for the walk or halting there.

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But when he left on his return journey,

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he was aware that he had to go to this mystery to praise allow their into inaugurated when he was close to Medina, Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed verses of source

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and last origin formed and the verses are within them. There are three main meaning when you saw them live in hora de la hora Sula, who make up what I mean.

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La Jolla shadow in La Casa de buen la token fee.

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Those who have built a machine there are

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with intention of harming,

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with intention of harm,

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or Kufa and in disbelief, what the three main meaning and with a view to dividing the Muslims, the believers, what you saw them them and how the law was sold and as a garrison for those who have fought against Allah and His messenger

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and they will swear and take in Aradhna in the listener, and we only sought to do good

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and a lot of testifies that they are liars. Do not ever stand there in in that mystery. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah says, the masjid rooster salad duck ramen over the Yeoman hochland Murthy very, a Masjid, which has been established on taqwa from the very first day is more deserving that you stand there in.

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So this is the reason for the contrast. So much to the duck wa of Baba. The Masjid of Oba has been referred to as the masjid established on the Aqua. But these verses calling them calling this machine the machine of taqwa was revealed that nine years late.

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So Allah animal data says that and that machine of taqwa is far more deserving that you stand there.

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And a lot of contrasts that to the mystery of division and disbelief and how much there are, which was close by

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this white law praises a lot further says he had a job and you're born as a whole will love me by headin there in meaning in Cobra, amen.

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who love to purify themselves thoroughly. And Allah loves those who thoroughly purify themselves. So we learn from many narrations that the mean this the meaning of this purification, thorough purification, is that the Arabs living in a very arid, dry and hot climates.

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And considering the food they act,

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it was very little. So in many ways, we're quite healthy.

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And

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when they would relieve themselves,

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it wouldn't be regularly.

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It would be infrequently. And secondly, it was very simple.

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And living in that climates, they would be able to cleanse themselves adequately, just by using natural things such as rocks and pebbles, or clusters of sand etc. Hard set,

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they wouldn't use water, some would, but if it was available, but considering the climate, they would only have especially on journeys, etc. They would

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normally rely just on

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what they would rely on

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rocks and other pebbles etc. And when it came to water, they would just have have just about have enough water to drink, which they carried with.

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So considering the climate and their lifestyle

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that was adequate. But the people of Oba

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all of them, the whole settlement of Uber had a unique feature, which is that, contrary to this era of custom and traditional Arab lifestyle, and which they considered adequate anyway, they would cleanse themselves first.

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By means other than water, and then they would cleanse themselves thoroughly with water afterwards too.

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So it was therapeutic vacation.

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And Alas, he had a jolly morning huddle, and a lot of loves those who thoroughly purify themselves. But there are a number of lessons here in that those were thoroughly purify themselves.

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One speaks about personal hygiene.

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Secondly,

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the people of Oba

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weren't just particularly

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about personal hygiene, and the thorough use of water in cleansing themselves.

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But most importantly, before Allah speaks about their blog or on their therapy of vacation, it doesn't mean that the verse only refers to that. This is why I'm going to explain this. The verse actually refers to their therapy unification, both inwardly and outwardly. In the period

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see an external purity. That's why before Allah speaks of their therapy purification, Allah speaks about that.

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And that's the message weekend's

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personal hygiene

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is extremely important.

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But

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the best way of describing it is that famous leader of the Muslims and the beloved companion have a sort of laughs and the love it who some of them were mean how the hell man, the trustee of this board will be the Governor General of the alarm.

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Who said

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people

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are concerned and are worried

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about blocks

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or about dirt, on their white clothes.

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Yet they are not concerned about the blemishes on their soles.

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So we are very quick to ensure

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that there is not a speck of dust

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or a blot or a smudge on our clouds.

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And we we are all concerned about appearances

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about pretenses.

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As long as we appear to be good. That's why

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what Islam teaches us is cleanliness on the outside, cleanliness on the inside, purity on the outside, the quiet means

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that our exterior should be a reflection of our interior. And just as much as we dislike and fear appearing in public with blocks

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on our clothes, with specks of dust and dirt, and smudges, we should be equally worried about the blemishes on our character and the blocks on our soul before our Creator last panel.

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This is why one around him was asked what's the point?

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And his reply was

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is that you empty the contents, you empty the thoughts of your mind

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and the emotions of your heart onto a platter a tray. And then you walk about in full view of the public in the marketplace with this tray and you are not the least embarrassed. That's the one.

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So the so how about all the love and now they ensure that the exterior was pure they thoroughly cleanse themselves, but their interior reflect the Aqua summit so that Allah testifies. On the one hand he testifies about the others, that even though they swear that we intend only to do good

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he returned to Medina, he sent the Sahaba of the alarm when they destroyed and raise that mustard to the ground.

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And I say mustard, even though as we know, it was a headquarters of garrison

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a center of subversion because Allah Himself calls it a machine when levina machine them there are

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so the fact that a machine is called the machine

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it doesn't mean anything.

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Alarm called mosquito there are there are a mystery.

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Look, hold it. But at the same time Allah said that intention is division is strive discord, corruption and harm

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and they were insincere. Despite their roles, they will surely swear that we only intend to do good. A lot of testifies that they are allies. And in contrast, a lot actually testifies about the people of Cuba. They've been Warhammer ignatov and the others, the people who frequented inhabited that machine, but they are people of taqwa and purity, and that the very foundation of the machine is built on purity.

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And so this is the machine of

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even before the revelation of this verse. The verse says, Do not stand there in rather, a mustard which has been established and taqwa is more deserving that you stand there in this verse was revealed much later, but the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam even before he had a noble habits because he established this machine. It was the first machine the family

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Now for the first people who hosted him and received him. He would travel every week. Especially on a Saturday. He will travel on a Saturday from his machine to machine Oba. Sometimes walking he would walk two miles and walk two miles back and he would go there on the Saturday in the morning and he would pray there and he would spend a few hours there just praying salon worshiping in the machine, and the mustard, mustard the Oba is one of those massages, to which you actually travel and which you in which you pray with intention of a specific reward. And the prophets of Allah it was cinema seven different how the we learn that one soldier in the masjid is equivalent to one. So the ones

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that are in the midst of obey is equivalent to an AMA and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go there regularly riding and walking. So that is my shadow bar and then a last panel that was a noble custom anyway, but then a lot of haze such a mischievous more deserving that you stand there right. Now there are some are Hardy, which suggest that the masjid of taqwa is the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So which one is it? Well, there's no contradiction at all. None whatsoever.

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If

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the masjid of Cuba

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is the mustard of taqwa, and its foundation is on taqwa.

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And its people are people of thorough purity, ritual purity,

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then,

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even more so, and it was established by the sort of last alarm, I leave with them, even more so that the machine which he then established

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as his own machine, in which he would pray all the time and leave, and in which were the leading sahabat of the alarm, and more than them, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself was doesn't that does deserve a greater title to be called Muslims. Of course it does. So if the mustard of Oba can be misused for these reasons, and for the same reasons, mustard Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is also mischievous. So they are both correct. However, the reference to the mustard of taqwa in the verses and to the people of being being a therapist and the mustard or being in contrast to the mustard of there are of harm that mustard is the bomb of opa.

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And speaking of external purity, in a hygiene is important external hygiene is important. This is why one has to be very careful when it comes to ritual purification. Of course, he will do

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and we may not understand this.

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But consider the following image of the hombre de la la honey man Mr. Lee both and others, they relate that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once led further Salah it is on mission

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and he recited sort of the room.

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And in his recitation of sort of the room, he made

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a mistake

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after Salah Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turn round and said I experienced difficulty in Salah.

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This is because some of you do not complete and make good your will do.

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So ensure that when you come to the question

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you make good and complete your order. Now

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the lesson imagine such a holy time fragile Salah a peaceful times I explained in the procedural sudo to fetch the beginning just two weeks ago

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federal salata beautiful atmosphere, a beautiful time, a blessed time, the mustard of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and the Noble Messenger himself leading Salah.

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He's the one who receives the revelation.

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And yet because some people were impure, and I don't mean that in the in the evil sense, in the sense that they hadn't completed their will do properly.

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So that ritual purity was one thing. It was deficient. Just because of that, despite the beautiful time the bless

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Time The Blessed location and the fact that even the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was leaving Sala their lack of thorough purity hadn't if adverse effects. Even on the Noble Messenger still alive, he was alone, and he affected his Dilawar of the poor.

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That's someone else's purity.

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So imagine

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how

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damaging

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our own lack of purity can be on our character on our deeds on our soul.

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We both go hand in hand, external hygiene in a hygiene

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in a purity attribute.

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We may not understand but some carmelites mentioned in the Hadees someone's lack of will do a thorough model, we can't imagine that someone would come

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not doing well do properly, intentionally. And they would actually come to pray Federal Center in the ministry with a sort of loss of the law it was on them. It's just that because of carelessness, they were unable to complete their model. This is why once last in the law, it was traveling and people that were traveling as one large group but they were broken up in smaller groups. So some of the alumni reach a location early. And they say what

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the law push them I were rushing in order to praise Allah before the time ended. And in their rushing, they will quickly do and will do. So. Just then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived and from a distance

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he could see that their heels weren't washed thoroughly, because when a person washes often, you can see and wash the outer upper part of the foot. But sometimes the heels and the area around the ankles is left or it's not thoroughly washed. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually shouted at the top of his voice, we live above him in a narrow way lunan our parliament and now that won't be unto the heels of the fire won't be unto the heels of the fire. ie complete your water.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wallace alarm I'm sorry to Buhari

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the alarm to ensure that even their heels were thoroughly washed. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he Mr. Mahajan includes this hadith in the section raising one's voice.

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And it's a brilliant derivation. And what he shows is that even the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he wouldn't shout you wouldn't raise his voice is very calm. On this occasion he raised his voice from a distance in order to warn this habit of the alarm. So this is less than for us to ensure that we complete our external ritual impurity, but that in itself is not sufficient. That should reflect inadequate and impurity to.

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So anyway, that is Mr. Tukwila that is the mission of Oba

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or Salafi he'll sort of last a little longer, and he was some of the laws, messengers of the law. It was the law there in America but then he climbed onto his camel and moved on. When did he do this? It's not mentioned here now that was on the day of Juma and

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it's mentioned other generations It was jamara. And when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left the area of Oba

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people were telling him stay here on messenger Allah stay here.

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So he said now

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I wish to settle

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amongst the

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maternal family of Abdulmutallab

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IE my grandparents

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jar.

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So I wish to settle amongst them.

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I will honor them.

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In this way.

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I strengthen his ties with them and honor them. I'll explain in a moment what that means. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left the kind of the Mohammed mouth and moved on.

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And the way he stopped at an area where the wind was silent,

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and there the Prophet sallallahu wasallam performed jamara Salah. So he arrived that jamara time, and that's where he performed the first gemasolar of Islam.

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Then Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam moved on

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And he made his way to one.

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So as I said earlier Be mindful of my explanation. That Medina was a collection of settlements. One of the settlements two miles up north sea This is a question Why did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam established his machine

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waiters today? Is it because it was the center of the Oasis?

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We all know the famous story about his camel being left to roam and go away wanted but he was an Uber

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and the machine is two miles away. So to the proper so to the camel travel that far, no. In general Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam headed for that region where the masjid is today, because it was the sacrament of buena jar.

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That's why he went there.

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So after the whole Oasis, he specifically and intentionally headed for the settlement of Burma jar.

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Why? Because he said they are my maternal grandparents

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with maternal family of abdomen.

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Now how is that?

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his grandfather and

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his father was Hashem.

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Hashem was a famous trader.

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Hashem was one of the sons of abdomen.

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So Mohammed Omar Abdullah Abdullah

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his father, Abdullah Abdullah, his father, Abdullah Abdullah Philip's father was Hashem the son of abdomen, AF. Hashem was

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these were the leaders of the Rh. And Hashem was a famous lead, one of the sons of abdomen earth. He was a leader amongst the men who was very young when he actually died. He died only at the age of 25

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was 25 years old, he died. Now he was a famous leader, he was a trader.

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And he would travel from Makkah to Sham and if you may recall myself so you'd have sort of a laugh of Quraysh I explained then, that the sons of abdominal

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Hashim

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nofal of the shrimps

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these brothers who all eventually became rivals, well, not not in their lifetime, but their descendants became rivals. Because nature so these were the leading clans Because

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ultimately, they fumbled chumps, these are all the children of abdomen if any case. So, abdomen I have one of his sons was Hashem. Hashem was a trader, he would travel from Makkah to Sham and all of his other sons, Macaulay nofal

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abductions, they had all established trading routes with and treaties with various people. So even with Abba senior with Yemen, and with the Iranians in Iraq,

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and Hashem

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his region of trade and his leadership and his treaties of trading world with the people of Shang. So Hashem will travel regularly from Makkah to sham. And

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on the way, as usual, he would stop in Medina.

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And then

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he would stop by someone who was known to his family was known to his father, I'm Donna, and he would also become a close friend of this. So he would stay there.

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And his guest

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who was named was known as

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his guests had a daughter, who was a widow, her name was Selena.

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So it's an interesting story that's well related. So his name was Selma.

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And you'll also learn why Abdulmutallab came to be known as I'm done with metallic means a slave of palette.

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So and he was a grandfather sort of last alarm and he said them so his father Hashem, you will travel to up north trade pass by Medina spend some time there move on. On the return journey stained Medina, by his friend was known as Amber.

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Amber had a daughter, who was a widow, and her name was summer. So he would see her he would learn about her so eventually Hashem proposed to him for some

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My hand in marriage was a widow.

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So I'm agreed, and the marriage ceremony took place and the bride was sent with harsh sunlight. Binda, Amber was sent to Makkah with Hashem. But father amber made the condition that you can marry her. And you can take her, but only on one condition, which is that whenever she gives birth, she only gives birth in year three here. Not in Makkah, you have to bring her back to my family at the time of birth child. So Hashem agreed. So when she became pregnant,

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one occasion when she became pregnant, he brought her to your trip to the family, left her there, spent some time with her left of that and went north to trade.

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One of the famous trading areas was it was that was a port and a trade and coastal trading area, even then insha Allah in a few weeks time, hopefully maybe in January, February, when I will do the famous hadith of heraclius from So here,

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we learn them that the trading party of all sofian was in the huzar when they were summoned by heraclius, and brought to Jerusalem. So Hashem was in Reza trading when he suddenly died.

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So he was buried, he died and he was buried. And this is why the Arabs have always referred to as

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to Hashem. They call it to Hashem. So throughout the Arabian Peninsula, from that time onwards, they will refer to us as Hashem, Hashem,

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because the property of the love it, great grandfather was buried there. So when he was buried there

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his wife summer was in Medina at her parents home. And she was from the clan of them the jar. She was from the clan of Naja. She gave birth to someone to boy called shava shava.

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A boy was given birth, his name was Shay burden ham. That was his name, shea butter, ham. And the reason for giving his name of Shiva is that even in childhood,

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he had whites hair, not fully but some.

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So he was given the name shava shava.

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The young lad grew up.

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He was about

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eight, nine years old or so.

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And in many ways he resembled as far

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a young lad of leadership

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of

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even features. He looked

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and behaved

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just like his father, who was the leader of the polish. So how should his brother

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I mentioned earlier that his brothers were having some snowfall.

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So

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he learned he would obviously receive reports about his nephew.

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So when he would constantly hear things about his nephew, how he was growing up, how he looked like his father, Hashim so suddenly decided that, you know, I have to go and bring him back. So he went.

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Now, obviously, the balloon ajar, they weren't going to allow

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him to just take the sun. So he did it secretly, but some of the bone in the system him. And when he arrived, he went looking for his nephew. And he found him playing with some children doing archery.

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So he recognized him immediately.

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So he said, who I said, I'm Shiva, and

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I'm the son of the leader of the plane of Makkah.

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So he spoke very confidently.

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And he knew his nephew base features, his leadership has confidence character. So he said, Do you know who I am? said no, he said, I am your uncle.

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And then he began speaking to him about MCC and his father's city. And he convinced him to go with him. So some of the women in the jar who were there they said, you know, we know who you are you believe you are Hashem his brother, you are his uncle. But we can understand you taking him to the others wanton stamps, if you wish go with him now. Because if the others plead with us, we will have to prevent you. So if you want leave with them now. and shape it will harm the young lad agreed. His name will shape up on him.

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So they went together, he took him and he brought him to Makkah, and he still didn't want to reveal to everyone that he had bought his nephew, because in a way he had brought him with that

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Families consent. So on the way when they arrived in Macau, people say, oh, money was returned, money was returned. And so who's that young lad with money? So people are asking Who's that young lad with you?

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So his name was shaken hand. He says, Oh, this is a slave which I've purchased a slave, which I've purchased. So he told everyone this is a slave that I purchased. And then eventually people found out that it's not a slave, but this is the son of his brother Hashem. So his name was Shiva on hand, but because

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I refer to him as a slave Forever After that he was called Abdullah polyp the slave.

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So Abdulmutallab his mother was from Medina yathrib, from the clan of nutjob, and later when he grew up, he would regularly travel he became the undisputed leader

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and he would regularly travel to Medina and there he would go and spend time amongst his maternal family.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was well aware of that, in fact, amongst all the grandchildren, abdomen bunny being the undisputed leader of Makkah during his time, he he only lived till when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the eight years of age, but he would keep his grandson with him all the time, because he was the son of his most beloved son Abdullah, and being a man of leadership.

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When he was young, he said, I am the son of the leader of the claim of Mecca.

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And he was only eight, nine.

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So you can imagine him in his old age. He was the undisputed leader of MK famous, powerful, influential mobile.

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And this was a tradition of the brain. He had his sons in front of them, and he would sit down with but he would sit, he had a special couch and bedding set out for him with a covering canopy in the shade of the garbage in the beginning, and he would sit there reclining against the gamba, on his couch, and his sons, all his sons would be seated in front of him.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would come and they were very respectful. The sons and they say we would fear none of us would dare sit on the couch with our father.

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They had respect for their elders,

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was a tradition. This is tradition of Islam.

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Even the branch, even the non pagan Arabs had it.

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They respected and revered their elders said none of that none of us had the courage to sit with our father. But our nephew, Muhammad, the son of Abdullah would come running, and he would climb onto the couch. And he would sit next to our Father in the shade of the Ganga.

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And some people would tell him, that how is he sitting with Adam, the lead of a brush, and I'm done with that he would reply by saying, leave my son alone. For one day, his status will be great.

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So he really loved him.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he honored his grandfather in the same way. So when he arrived in Medina, he said take me to burn a jar.

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I wish to settle. Amongst the bottom ajar my maternal grandparents, the grandparent that maternal family of my grandfather Abdullah believe this is why he went to the masjid This is by the way it says today, because it was a settlement have been on the job. So when he went there,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he arrived in that area, this habit of the alarm thronged around him, all of a sudden ajar came with their swords ready to protect him to give him a guard guard of honor as well. prophets in the law, it was seldom everyone was grabbing his reins on the camel and saying Yarra sort of law descend amongst us era sort of love Stay with us. Yasuda la come here. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, leave the camel be and then he himself loosened the trains.

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By now he was in Bournemouth. So he had made his way to been on the job. Only then did he loosen the reins of the camel. And he said, Let the camel go wherever it wishes for it as instructed by Allah.

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Then, the camel went

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and he even the camel went, and

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it came to a halt

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where the doors of the masjid were at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam according to one narration

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Were the members. So where the member of the masters of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is, that's eventually where the camel went and halted

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and it sat down. Then it rose up again. Move forward,

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and then retreated, came back, sat down, settled. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, This is my stop, and he came off. Now how about the Allah and we're very eager to grab the reins and abort a human and sorry, it'll be Allah and

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he was present, and he grabbed the reins of the camel once he had settled. And then he said to the Messenger of Allah, or messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, which of our homes is the closest? He actually said which of which of the homes of our people is the closest, and again, our people mainly been ajar.

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That's why he said, how you doing I'm sorry, been ajar. The best of the homes in the settlements of the unsired has been on the job. So it was his family. So the province of learning some said which of the homes of our people is the closest? So will you will inside of the lover Emma said mine or messenger of Allah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said prepare

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some bedding for me to lay down

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to lie down. So will you will inside of the alarm, grab the luggage in the saddle of the messengers alarm it was on them. And he ran with it. Then profits the love it who sent them said

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he grabbed the reins. And the profits of the love it was some of them said a man must go with a saddle. So he followed up with you but I'm sorry, it'll be a lot more into his house. And there was a human inside of the alarm. He set up a home for us all luckily he said it was said and Allahu Akbar Will you will inside it'll be a librarian who says that. When he came into my house,

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I had two floors. And remember, we don't mean a two storey large mansion. But

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if any of the if any of you have seen rural homes where they have a small ladder, a very small ladder, and an upper area which aren't even we can't even be called a second floor, but an upper area on some wood and posts. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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initially

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was downstairs mobile you will inside your the alarm he moved in with his wife upstairs. Then he came to the Messenger of Allah. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, I cannot be above you.

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I cannot be above you.

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How can I be above your messenger of Allah? So I request that I stay at the lower level and you go upstairs? Some prophets Allah Allah, Allah who said, there's no need this is easier for you and for your family and easier for me. So will you will inside of the Allah instead of messenger of Allah never will allow myself to be over and above the Messenger of Allah, even symbolically.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was and moved upstairs and a boy you will I'm sorry and his family were downstairs. Will you been inside either the alarm Who says I would cook food for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I would send it up to him with

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he would take it himself. Sometimes he would send it and he would send it with someone.

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He says when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would finish eating, and he'd return the utensils to us.

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Maybe with some of the food leftover,

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we would ask from those who have taken the food that what From where did the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam actually eat? And then we would also look and search and the utensils for the traces of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his hands and fingers. And then I and my wife on what are you? We would intentionally eat only from where the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at in the hope of receiving his Baraka and blessing.

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Pamela that's how the Sahaba of the alarm.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stadens will you will entirety of of the alarms house for some time until the masjid was built. And until some of the chambers were built for his family, his family hadn't arrived but he sent after his arrival in Medina. He sent us his adopted son at the times he had if I hold the law one along with someone else to make

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Dena to collect so the head of the allowing her to collect, consume and

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follow the model the Allahumma and other members of the family, Abubakar of the Lahore m sent instructions for Abdullah his son, along with others to bring his family including me and Eric a shot of the alarm. And in the meantime homes were prepared for all of them and the machine was being built too. So that was the arrival of the messengers alarm it was in what we called Medina Medina. So in the masjid in the settlements have been the job.

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continues, we've nearly reached the end, so bear with me fissara fissara emachine so people began walking with Him had their Baraka in the machete Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mill Medina until it's settled, ie the camel sat down by the mustard of the messengers of the law it was suddenly Medina well Who are you suddenly feel may even the German minimum Listen to me and a group of Muslims a number a number of men amongst Muslims would pray for Allah there in I read the messages today. A number of Muslims would praise Allah in that area.

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What kind of middle but then let them

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and it was

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a pen

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for dates. It was a pen and a threshing and drying area for dates unexplained. Little halen was settling for so Haven and

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all our meaning at the main to all from lands. He had really a sadness aura in the care of us as it missoura the alarm. Call Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam hanaa Baraka Hirohito Salas messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him said when his camel sat down with him, have insha Allah whimsical, this insha Allah is the home

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is the place or is the place of dissent from without or sort of law is the law it has

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been a large messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam call the two young lads for Salma, whom are being met a bit and he bargained with them

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for the pen.

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I'll explain all of this in a moment, the ducky the whole machine so that he may build it as a machine. For Karla law. They both said no, but Nabu la sala rather we will gift it to you on messenger of Allah for about a sort of law and the law while he was telling me about a woman whom are hibbett them. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam refuse to accept it as a gift from them. That a woman woman, Homer until he purchased it from both of them from a banana, hummus, Judah, then he built it as a machine. Now, what we've learned what these words say is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left from Oba and eventually his camel came and halted where

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the machine is today. And then the narrator says that the machine at that time was an area in which

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before the arrival of the Prophet, some of the love and he had some some Muslims had already been praying. As I said earlier on throughout Medina, Muslims would gather in different places and pray, because they were allowed to pray in jamara congregation. And this was even before the arrival of the messengers on the live, it was Sunday and before his hedger, so this was another place where they would gather and pray. But they hadn't yet built it as much as it was just an open area, but it was an open area, which was quite large. And in this large open area, there were a number of things. One part of it was used as mibbit amid a bit is a pen for holding or curling curl for curling

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animals.

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And it was also used for threshing and drying dates.

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That was part of it. Another part actually had some graves.

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And another part had trees in and there were parts where there were ruins. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam inquired who does this land belong to?

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So he said, it was told that it belongs to two young lads who are orphans. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam didn't speak to them first.

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Look at his method of deed.

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He did not want to deal with the orphans first.

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He actually summoned the leaders of banana jar and he said to them, open the jar.

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Make a Deal with me, I reached an agreement with me about this

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area of yours.

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So they said never or messenger of Allah, we will not reach an agreement with you. We will only reach an agreement with the law, ie whatever you want we give to you for free.

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So the prophets of the love it who sent them declined. Then he said, Who does it belong to?

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So the question here is that why did he inquire of the leaders?

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Because this was their whole system. The clan elders were responsible in many ways.

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So

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they wouldn't take it unlawfully. But if you spoke to the leaders, they would deal with it amongst themselves. So when they refuse to

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accept any payments for it, that's when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam inquired, who does it actually belong to specific?

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Then he was told that it belongs to two young orphans that were in the care of Massara, the same Sahabi who grabbed the reins after it will you will and sorry.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam call them as was mentioned, and he said, I wish to purchase this land off you

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just had a law. They were young children and orphans, yet look at their understanding. They said to the Messenger of Allah, why do you want it or profitable?

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They wanted to know why he wanted it. He said, Why do you want it? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had to speak the truth to them, he couldn't conceal his motives. So he informed them that I wish to build it as a machine, so that we will give it to you as a gift or messenger of Allah. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam refused to accept it as a gift.

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And he insisted on pay.

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So the prophets and the law Harley Hussam quarterback or the law horn and totobobo, the alarm to pay them.

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So they paid, they were paid, then the profits of the law it will send them built it as a machine.

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And how did he build it as a machine? There are lessons in this too, and I'll explain this in a moment. What the heck are sudo La la la what's in them Yemen call American Levin Fenian and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began carrying bricks with them

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in its building.

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We all were young.

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And he would say once carrying the bricks, the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam

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actually took off his noble cloak.

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And he began lifting bricks to build his own mischief along with the Sahaba somewhat so that his noble chest became covered in dust.

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That was the Messenger of Allah.

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And whilst they were working with the harbottle, the law firm who was singing poetry.

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Some of those poems were or couplets were one of them was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, while

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carrying the bricks, he would be saying, having him allow him to

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have a verbal Robin our Arthur,

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he would say this, having him on this low.

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This load, not the load of haber.

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This is far more virtuous, our Lord and far more pure Farm Bureau. What does that mean? This was a poet couplets by Abdullah and it'll be a lot of fun. One of the poets of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as I mentioned in the Hadith have gambled nomadically a lot. On on other occasions, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had three poets laureate,

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three official poets gabab, nomadic Abdullah had not or her and her son, Darrell de la Juan, I'm delighted Ottawa held the law firm was martyred in the Battle of Malta. And he was one of the commanders who was instructed by the Messenger of Allah to take up the command. So he was martyred in the Battle of Malta in the eighth year of his law, fighting against the Romans and their allies. So

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the

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the line, not the alarm, and he was a poet, and a brilliant poet, very humorous one as well. So he has a very humorous story. So I'm delighted that I have the alarm.

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And he said this and the Sahaba of the alarm began repeating it. And the meaning is how the human or law came out or haber.

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Obrador have been our auto.

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haber was an oasis, just like Medina and year three, as it was known before, approximately 90 miles to the north of

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Medina. And it was a it was an oasis.

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And haber had a brilliant climate. And it was very famous for its properties, its dates.

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Its dates, and many of the fruits is very fertile region. So it was famous for its crops and properties. And people would bring back loads and loads of goods and projects from haber. And whoever brought back was very profitable. In fact, haber in a way served as a breadbasket.

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Or it was it was an area for great cultivation and problems for a whole region. So the province of the law is all their produce was famous, and the people who were extremely wealthy, so the province of love it. So how about have the love animal singing this load

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our load is far better, far more pure and far more virtuous than the loads of trade and goods and produce from hate.

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ie the weight of carrying bricks and being covered in dust while building the mustard or the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this weight, this load is far better than any other load no matter how profitable it may be, or how beautiful it may be in worldly terms. Then, along with this, he would also pray or sing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we afford a lot in general

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for Hamilton, Sirois Mahajan,

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Allah, vary the reward is the reward of the earth.

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Therefore forgive and have mercy on the unsolved and the Mohajer.

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So these were drowned, but again, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not

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recite did not compose these words himself. He was saying it along with others. For the method I'll be sharing originally minimums, the mean and then you suddenly so then the rape says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam adopted the poem, or the couplets of a man amongst the Muslims who wasn't named for me. But we learned from other narrations that this could have been the light not Aha, it'll be your law firm of mercy hub in the hub says, what you're looking at Phil Harvey. He has not reached us amongst the youth and not a school of law. It's a law it has nothing to share it in them in a radio debate, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he adopted a

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complete couplets other than this couplet, what does she have a Zoey is saying, although he's speaking about what hasn't reached him. But there were other conflicts which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had recited, what he's trying to say here is, as we know, in the Quran, Allah says remind them now.

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We have not taught in poetry. As part of the miracle of the messenger some of the law it was

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your mom Sharia law here, they say.

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Not all of the children of Abdulmutallab are poets.

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So all of the sons and the grandsons of Adam and Eve, the whole clan, every one of them is a poet, except for the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam only he wasn't a poet, a lot defended him protected him from poetry. Why? So that his proof of the or an could be absolute?

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Well, my horrible holy Scheid Alina ma took me home, and it is not the word of a poet missale Do you believe

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam couldn't recite poetry? He could never compose it. Never.

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He never composed poetry. And not only that, and this is what he was trying to say. The Arabs were poets.

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poet, poems were their media.

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They had no other media.

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If you wanted to elevate someone,

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eulogize them, if you wanted to base and humiliate someone, you satirize them.

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And everyone feared the tongue of opponents

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and we learnt about galbanum article the alarm

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But he calls or led the whole tribe of those to actually embrace Islam through the power of his tongue.

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And

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so the tongue of a poet was very powerful. And that's why the poets were famous.

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And this is something they could never work out about the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he couldn't recite poetry. He couldn't compose poetry. So how did he produce the Torah

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which defeated all poets and silence them, and in order to protect them, Allah Subhana Allah Allah says makers miracle complete, and even more outstanding as someone who never knew how to read or write was unlettered. And not only that, but even verbally, he couldn't compose poetry, nor could he recite poetry composed by others. He did sometimes like here. But on many occasions,

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he would actually recite couplets from other people and get them wrong.

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So he would be a worker of the law.

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And worker, the loved one was a man of letters.

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And he would say something and a worker of the alarm, Seattle sort of law, it's not like that it's like this. So the wording would be correct. Just the positioning of the words.

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Why Allah would protect him from reciting poetry.

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He couldn't normally will not be in a shadow the alarm would ask him what would be asked that did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ever quotes. So the meaning of that when I say adopted actually means quotes, that when would the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam quotes poetry? So moving out of the alarm, I would say that all kinds of speech, this was the most disliked him.

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He wouldn't engage or indulgent poetry of any sort. And occasionally, when he would repeat it, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would actually say the words correctly, you wouldn't be wrong. But he would naturally say the words in a reverse, or sorry, in an order, which broke the rhythm. So it wouldn't be poetry, and

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the alarm rang, the alarm would actually correct. And there's that famous story related by Malmo but couldn't be happier to LA Haley, very beautiful story. parts of it isn't hardly in the sense that well,

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when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, prayed to Allah, to Allah for rain.

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So you pray to Allah for

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the love and who say this is the past, which is in Mojave? How about all the love and say, there was nothing there.

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There was not a whisper of a cloud in the sky. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, someone approached him and said, a messenger of Allah pray for rain, long story. He prayed for it. He raised his hands, it was on the member, he raised his hands. And that ends, however, the alarm who say, when he raised his hands, there was not a whisper of a cloud in the sky. Then we saw rolling clouds from the distance.

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And no sooner had he raised his hands, and the clouds came and broke upon us. And it rained heavily, somewhat so because this was how the mustard was built. It was very simple. three parts, the back parts was left completely open, three walls, and the front part of the machine had the back part of the machine was open.

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The front part of the machine had pillars. The Pillars were tree trunks, and it had a thatched roof of what palm fronds and palm branches.

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So it was very simple dwelling. And because of that, when it rained, the rain fell through and the province of the law hiding or someone was standing on the member, he had just prayed, and the drops of rain were falling through the roof, the thatched roof onto his noble face and beard, once it was on the masjid. That was a miracle. Now the Prophet salaallah Haile, who was some of them, this part isn't mentioned that mahadi but it's mentioned by him and we'll be happy to learn it in his book. He says that what happened is when this rain fell, and his prayer was answered, he said,

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No, gamma was low gamma, and will barley been halion Latina. If barley was alive, his eyes will be cooled and soothed by the sides. When you shake on a ship, who will recite his poem for us and what had happened by live in

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Makka when the rest of the arrange,

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ganged up against them, and they said, if given the kind of Hashem do not submit Mohammed to us, then we will boycott them as well. This was approximately the seventh year of Allah. So I will pardon him said we will not give up

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our son to you, meaning Muhammad Abdullah, we will defend him.

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And then a blue party who was a poet, like I said, all of the children of Abdullah poets, he recited a very long poem of approximately 80 to 100 couplets. And in there, he spoke about himself, his clan, about the injustice of the rage. And in there, he also spoke about the prophets of the love it was some of them, and one of the couplets was what appeal they use the spell a man will be what his family will get, his maternal alarmingly that

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white fair of complexion.

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The clouds

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are prayed

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for rain or rain sought from the clouds, through his noble facing countenance,

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the model yet on

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the refuge of orphans, where it's not only our army, and

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the refuge of orphans and shelter for orphans, where it's not only around money, and protection for the needy women and widows.

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So, this is not handled by

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his own uncle, for his protection, recited a poem.

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And in that poem, he recited words and couplets, about the prophets and the lahardee, who was one of them, even something about himself. He couldn't recall properly. So he said, if a party was alive now, and he saw the rain falling, his eyes would be cooled and soothed by the sight, who will recite his poem for us. He couldn't recite it himself. So who stood up? His own Son, darling son, Alia Viola and he said, Yara Salalah. It seems as though you are referring to values words, what appealed you're still a man village here. The Magnolia dam is not only an alarmingly fair of complexion, through his noble countenance, rain is sought from the clouds, the shelter of orphans and a

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protection for the widows. So

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that's what he was referring to. So he was unable to quote poetry from others even about himself. And when he would, quote, he would get it wrong.

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He wouldn't mean he would be totally confusing, but the words would be shifted so that the rhythm would break. And as a result, it would no longer be considered a poem. So why was this last season my shirt on I am the healer, and we did not teach him poetry and it is not fitting him.

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So this is what love texted him from poetry. This is right. He says that, to his knowledge, and that time, he says, he has not reached mean that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam quoted entire couplets other than leaves.

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And the two prayers How about Viola horn was building machines also reciting another couplets. But this was about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he wouldn't recite himself but they would recite it. Let him guide now when EBU Yama

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the documenting the Lama Luna model, and if we sit while the Messenger of Allah works, then surely this would be a deviant deed from us.

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Now, this takes me back to the final point which I wish to share with your lover.

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We've reached the end of the show. But the point I wish to make about the machine and the building of the work of the sort of law, so that the building workers will last and the lighting was one of the one of the greatest lessons is

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that we should not we cannot, we should not we must not rely on others. For our Deen and for our

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we must pay our own way

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to ensure that our reward is complete, and that our sincerity and motives remain pure.

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And so that we retain dignity in our religion. What I mean by that, look at the example of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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he would accept

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gifts, and he would allow a worker to be allowed to spend money on him personally.

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And what kind of the alarm spent 1000s and 1000s of gave his daughter

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and before that, and after that, on a personal level, allows messengers to love it who seldom received so much money from a bucket of the Allah who spent on him, and he didn't refuse.

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But right at the critical moments

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when their lives were in danger,

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and he was about to embark on the journey of Hitler.

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The alarm revealed to him that he had been preparing two camels for that particular journey. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, He is one of them at that critical juncture. On that occasion full of danger,

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prophets, the lilavati or some of them said, only with a price, he insisted on Pay

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obok it'll be a lot more I mean, that Prophet sallallahu Sallam wouldn't accept otherwise. So he actually accepted Pim Subhana Allah, he accepted payment for a camel

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at that most critical time on their lives were in danger, that would normally be the last thing on a person's mind. Why? And I explained that as well. The reason is, so that the hidden I have the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can be complete.

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This was his hedger.

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He wanted to pay for it.

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It said that a worker of the alarm

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had paid

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over 40,000 dirhams, and spent it personally on muscle mass and Lamar Valley muscle send them before the hijra. What would a few 100 more Matt but the prophets of Allah it was refused, and insisted that he paid for his own camel so that his headwrap would be complete. And speaking about the unsaddled the alarm and we don't have time to go into their merits and virtues.

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But they help the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and on that occasion when he gathered them even said Lola hedgerow to lagoon Tamara mineral and saw. If it wasn't for the Hydra, I would be one of the answer. But I do not wish to be one of the unsired why I wish to remain and will hardship. Imagine how great hedger was that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam despite being the Messenger of Allah wanted to be considered a much

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lower than

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a middle and so if it wasn't for the Hydra, I would be a man from amongst the answer, why he wanted his hedgerows to be complete, and pure and exclusive for himself. He did not want it to be contaminated in any way or reduced in any way.

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When it came to paying for the camels who paid for them, and when he arrived in Medina, he told him ajar.

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come to an agreement with me for this land. They knew he wants to build a machine.

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They said, Never on messenger of Allah, we will only come to an agreement with Allah, meaning we want our reward from Allah. We don't want to give you any money. It's the province of the lonesome turned away from them found out who the land belongs to. He's suddenly two young lands.

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So halen

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and he asked them, will you sell me this land? They went intelligent. They said, Why do you want it or messenger of Allah? He couldn't lie to them. So he said, I wish to build a machine. There's a Navajo look out. I saw the law. We gift it to you. He refused to accept. He ensured that the young orphans were paid for that. He insisted on paying for the machine. And then what did he teach the Sahaba of the law? Once the machinery was paid for

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everyone just donate a bit of money.

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And

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there are laborers and workers available in the whole of the Oasis or yesterday. pay them money, and we will supervise the work and we'll have the machine built. No. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed us to harbottle the alarm. You build the machine.

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And he built it himself. They were singing away, carrying bricks, praying for last forgiveness covered in dust. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was saying that Mr. Lachman haber. About an hour upon hour after this load. Our Lord, not the load of haber is far more virtuous and far peor.

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And he covered himself in

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a morass of the law when he was harbottle the

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Love and home, they would load two bricks on him two large bricks or stones. So he would be loaded with weight.

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And he would say to the province of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam saw him and the province that he said to the Messenger of Allah, messenger of Allah.

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What is it with these people that killed me? They give everyone else one stone and they give me two. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lovingly began brushing dust off.

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So So how about all the love and the Messenger of Allah they built the machine in their own hands. I end with this. The point I wish to make is that in this hadith of Hydra, there are many lessons but in this one lesson, we must learn to pay for our Deen. And what do I mean by that? Subhana Allah, we treat religion as a charity, we treat religious establishments as a charity.

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There are food banks in the UK right now, I mentioned in the last week, that in the UK here,

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there are reports now, as we speak, of more than 500,000 people, over half a million people relying on Big shout outs and handouts, from food banks up and down the country.

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And some people have spoken of this experience, how they find it so embarrassing.

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That when they go in order to get some food from food banks, we're not talking about a refugee camp. In a third world developing country, we're talking about the UK here. But when they go to collect food, when they are reduced to that level, they find it so demeaning, they are unable to open doors to people, they are unable to show their faces to people.

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Even though people give to them, people give to them people. That's why our food bank people give people are willing to share people are willing to give, but the very act of accepting charity in that manner.

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The very act of having to accept handouts and food

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from other people as charity is demeaning. It's demoralizing.

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It's undignified.

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It lowers a person in their own hands. On woman two occasions fine. But no self dignified, noble person wants to live like that.

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And nor should they.

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This is what charity This is what?

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relying on other people's charities. Now I asked you have we ever thought about this in religious terms? If I was to say to you,

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but why don't you? How would you feel if you had to

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rely on food banks? For your milk bread and your canned soup and beans and food? for yourselves for your loved ones for your families for your children?

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How dignified would that be?

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How would you feel if someone regularly came to your house and said here? We're dropping off some food for you? Not as a gift. But as charity.

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You need that you and your children needed? Were born we brought you some canned food.

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How would you feel?

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Also Pamela, if that's the way we feel about bread and beans and cannons can food why are we doing that in our Deen? Why are we relying on other people's charity now

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isn't the same thing for our Salah our evolved for our freedom and knowledge

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for our art.

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We don't wish to do anything ourselves. let other people build machines. let other people contribute to the machines. let other people establish modalities mother says and McCartan let other people established charities. let other people teachers for free. let other people impart knowledge to us for free. We are willing to accept their charity. We want our Elm of Deen in Canada.

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We want our knowledge of religion in handouts.

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Well law he This is not the spirit of religion.

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This is undignified

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assuta La Silla Holly

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seldom taught, and he demonstrated, he paid for his camel even to his best friend and following

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for religion for his head. He insisted on paying for his machine. He insisted on working himself

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in building his machine.

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These are great lessons for us.

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And what am I trying to say? Wherever you see

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if you benefits from any religious charity

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then contributes. And now

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let me ask you a question. How many times do we go to machines up and down the country?

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We go in, we use the heating, we use the water we've formed, what do we use the facilities?

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And we go out without contributing anything.

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We have religious projects, and we have to ask people to donate.

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And so hon Allah

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can you imagine this? Someone is extending their hand to you?

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Not for themselves, but for you.

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And we think they're asking for money again.

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They're not asking for themselves. They're asking for you.

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So make it a practice. When you go to a Masjid. Think that you have come to the house of Allah? How will the masjid run?

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and volunteer? I'm not just talking about money charity in Islam means sharing, sharing, not just your money. This How about all the lover in the province of the lightest one could have told them? Let's hire some workers. Pay some laborers. Now. Do it yourselves.

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become involved charity is sharing everything. The most valuable thing is time. Give your time.

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In many massage, you will see machines register establishment, you will see that people won't person does everything.

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One person does everything you find some dedicated individuals who are there for every single summer.

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It's because of them that the heating runs on time. The mustard remains clean. We should

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clean the machine How often do we walk into a machine? We see something or say Oh, why don't they clean this some harmala neither do we want to do it ourselves, nor do we want to pay towards it or contribute towards it. Instead we complain and have a simian lady used to sweep the mustard of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was

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one day she wasn't there. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam inquired off her way. She said the rule of law she has passed away. She said Why didn't she informed me?

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They said we didn't want to disturb you. It was at night. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam summoned his Senior Companions or with him and said take me to her grave. He went and he stood over her grave along with the Senior Companions. And he performed specials for other generals

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to oma, why? Because she would sweep them as

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spam.

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So, lets us volunteer and be part of

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the

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part of religion. Let's not be takers.

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We consider it undignified to be takers in dunya. Why should we be takers in the

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Why should we rely on charity and handouts in being in religion?

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I hope

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I've made the message clear. I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enabled us to understand this brings us to the end of Heath Ledger. I apologize for the delay in time but London out of

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a boom as of last season, and you will never attain virtue, piety and righteousness and choose until you spend of that which you love. I'm not asking you for money. I'm just saying Don't take me to task because we've gone a few minutes over the

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sacrifice of your time.

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This brings us to the end of the Hadeeth

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I pray the last panel data enables us to benefit from the lessons from the Dr. Russell la Salalah alayhi wa sallam

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This was a very important occasion This marked the beginning of our calendar. And although the hedra took place and reveal when

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the calendar was started from two months before from the beginning of because that's the first month

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so my husband suffered and then reveal away

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silicones in the manner after he was sued and heavy and I'm hammered wider,

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which means panic a lot more counter control alert in

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