The Scholarly & Ascetic Ṣaḥab Abu Dharr Al – Ghifari

Riyadul Haqq


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Sayyiduna Abu Dharr al Ghifari RA was one of those individuals who gave up idolatry before the arrival of Islam. He is mostly known for his asceticism, his knowledge and his stance on hoarding wealth.This lecture outlines the details of his life, what Rasulullah Muhammad SAW said of him and most importantly the lessons we can take from his life and teachings.


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The speakers discuss the history and use of warfare, including cutting off weapons and causing destruction, and emphasize the importance of trust in leadership. They also touch on former rabbi from Yemen who used the "has" phrase, and the negative impact of genetic defects on one's health. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to prioritize their own happiness and achieve their goals, with emphasis on the importance of deeds and wealth in shaping one's life.

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Salam aleikum.

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Wa Salatu was llamada. So you didn't really know how to mean.

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He was here in America with him in a sheep regime.

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For him in the law, one of the eketahuna is saloon Island. You can Medina

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solo and he was

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a lot

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later Ebrahim

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Ibrahim Majeed Allahumma barik Adam

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Ibrahim Majeed, respect solicitors

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as promised,

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in Sharia law, today we will be

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briefly discussing the

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of the law.

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Or the alarms name was actually Judas, the son of gerada, who now have the alarm, more famously known as a mother.

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There are a number of reasons for

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discussing this famous companion.

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One he was a very scholarly individual,

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one of the earliest Muslims,

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someone beloved to Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam someone who the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told others to love

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He was trusted by the messenger alayhis salam.

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his position was such

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that even though the rest of us have our it'll be a loved one who disagreed with him.

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And he strongly disagreed with them on numerous occasions

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well, that'll fit it'll be your loved ones position was such he was held in such high esteem and respect. But the other so how about all the love wouldn't say anything.

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And the one or two who didn't apply to him, even they were careful

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as to what they said to him and how much they set.

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And the reason for that difference will come to light, when insha Allah will discuss a few points.

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Most importantly, though, he is remembered for his assets,

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for his shunning of wealth

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for his

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following in the footsteps of the messenger some of the law it will send them in such a way that

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none of us are harbottle the law could match

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in that asks, and in that Shin of the dunya

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he was a very strong character.

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strong of character strong of will, even unrelenting of tongue

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so he would say whatever he wanted to anyone.

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And one of the reasons was that it

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was a very simple Bedouin from the tribe of reefer and I do not say that disparagingly

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one stood if one remembers his background, and the tribe he was from,

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one can stand his name.

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He was from the flower tribe

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and the refound tribe. They lived in an area called a rubber and its surroundings. A robot that was approximately 120 miles east of Medina, in the deserts.

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Now they've been awfully far. They were on the trade routes between maka, Medina and AR Persia, while

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they were also on that caravan for pilgrims even before Islam or the non when the Arab pagan pilgrims would travel to Hajj. Those traveling from the northeast and or eastern regions would

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inevitably passed through the settlements or the area's normally inhabited and occupied by the reefer truck.

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And the reefer tribe was

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Such that even the other veterans can didn't consider them to be veterans.

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And they were notorious for being

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highway robbers, Raiders

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and they would raid and ransack caravans of trade, and even caravans of hedge This is before Islam.

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And this is why when will that fit will be your loved one first met the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam them in MK

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province, the llama and even he greeted him. So the product some of the love, I think was some of them said to him, Who are you and where are you from? So he said, I'm a Buddha.

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And I'm from the tribe of the farm.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam places noble hand and fingers on his forehead

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in a manner that anyone would have for instance, they are given some news which makes them think so when he said to him, which tribe Are you from which people he said from the reformed tribe, prophets, a lot of bilinguals some of them immediately put his hands on his forehead, Abubakar, the Allahu Allah was with him. And again, as I said, he, he was very simple.

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So when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam placed his noble handle his forehead, he actually stretches the hand out to pull it away.

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He stretched his hand out to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his hand to pull it away from his forehead, and walk out with your loved one was with them, and a worker of the love arm placed his hand on his hand to stop them.

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And again, another way of understanding him was one of the

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one of the successes to this habit of the alarm,

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He says

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that, a lack enough says that one day I visited Medina

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and I came across a very large group of the arrange seated, and what he means by a large group of arrange this is after the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. Is that

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the leaders of the orange, Muslim, were talking about the senior so how about all the law people from amongst what age they were seated in Medina, in one of their gatherings, when he says suddenly a man

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rough of clothes,

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ruff of appearance,

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refer face

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came to them and stood over them and began talking to them harshly mentioning things about hoarding wealth, and what will happen to the horrors of wealth and the day of reckoning. And he said, even though these were the leaders of the orange amongst us who have borrowed the law,

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the most they did was they lowered their heads in silence, and they listen to what he had to say. But no one responded.

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And then he went away.

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So I went after him. And I said to him,

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Who are you? And

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it's evident that what you said to these people, they did not like

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some of them define evil, the Allahu identified himself. And he said, my colleague and my friend, my best friend, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me and then he spoke about hoarding wealth. And he said, they know just designer,

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but they do not understand.

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So this was a little too far it'll be a lot. It was very straightforward.

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In fact, again, as we will learn from the,

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from his hobbies or from his story of converting to Islam,

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because he was from the tribe, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even when he when he heard this from afar, he places noble hands on his forehead. Because of the law. He filed one, not the one the Tories are notorious for robbing trade caravans and even the Hajj caravans and the other Arabs, though they were prone to fighting each other. They would normally cease fighting in the problem in the sake forsaken.

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But the far

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to them, it wouldn't matter whether it was a sacred month or not, that we'll carry on with their rains.

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And even if it it'll be your life, long before he embraced Islam. In his younger days. He

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was a raider just like the rest of his tribe, and he raided other tribes. And sometimes he would carry out these raids not in our party, but single handedly. One way of understanding the Arabs before it's smart,

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is similar. But well, one way of understanding them is to look at

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other pagan

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tribal societies all over the world.

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I'm not comparing them, because of course, many of them became a hobby alarm. But I'm speaking about the days before Islam. In order to understand the setting in which Islam came,

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one has to look at the Arabs

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in a certain way,

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and we have various reports about them, which on the surface appear to be contradictory.

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We know about the Arabs that they would carry out raids against each other.

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Yet they were very hospitable.

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So on the one hand, they would pillage and plunder.

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And they will carry out raids against tribes known to them against their fellow Arabs. And it was almost a sport they raided.

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The others raided.

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They were valient. They were courageous, they were very reckless.

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At the same time, they had strange tradition of nobility, of hospital of hospitality, of honor and dignity.

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as I've said on many occasions, they believed in the concept of gerar. So the same people who,

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as a drop would raid other tribes, and carry off

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men, women and children,

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and animals and livestock and pillage and plunder the same people. If someone asked for their protection, they would give one word, and they would actually give their lives in order to protect this one strange.

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So we have contradictory reports on the surface, they appear to be contradictory. But the best way of understanding them is to look at other pagan tribal societies all over the world. And to give you some examples, the red Indians in the Americas, the Vikings in Europe, the Mongols in Asia.

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These are all hardened warrior tribes. They lived in rough conditions in hospitable conditions, and they were molded and formed accordingly. They had, they would raid sometimes even as a sports they were all guilty of plunder and pillage. And yet they had various traditions of honor and dignity. They had a strict tribal hierarchy. And in all of these societies, they showed great deference and respect to the elders. So just as the Arabs would show respect to their chieftains and their elders, you'll find the same traditions amongst the Mongolians amongst the European Vikings, and amongst the red Indians in the Americas. And these are just examples. Of course, there are many of the similar

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tribal societies such as an Africa. But these

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these are very good examples of understanding that on the surface, we have these contradictory, contradictory bits of information about them, but they're all very similar. And another thing which unites in all of these pagan tribal societies was their pagan religions.

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The paganism to be found amongst red Indians amongst the European Vikings, amongst the East Mongols

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was very similar to the paganism to be found amongst the Arabs. So we'll define evil Lila, was from this pagan Bedouin Arab tribe of refired, which was even looked down upon by the Arab tribes, the other veteran considered them to veterans.

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And he himself would be party to these raids, sometimes as a group, sometimes individually. In any case later, he threw his own of his own accord, he came to a very great understanding, and even before the arrival of Islam, and whether the value of the ally despite his past life, he shunned idolatry.

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He shunned this

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way of life, and he broke off from his people. And something stirred in him. And even before the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam announced his prophet said, he himself says, and without the alarm, that for three years before becoming a Muslim and even hearing about the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, I prayed to Allah subhanho wa Taala for three years, and he would pray all night long.

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Of course, it wasn't the Salah, or the prayer, as we know it, because he hadn't even met the messenger, some of the law hiding some of them. But whichever manner he prayed, and he prayed to Allah subhanho wa Taala for a whole three years.

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when he disagreed with his people, he moved away, closer to Makkah. And there he learned about the prophets of Allah, and he sent them. So he sent his younger brother or niece, or the alarm, to maka.

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And his younger brother was a poet. So he said, Go and find out more about this man.

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So when a little league alarm, went, made inquiries, by this time, the province in the love it was Sunday, had announced Islam and claimed it. He then returned,

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and he informed

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his brother

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about the alarm about what he had seen and heard. But it wasn't sufficient information for water. So it was a little different. He will the alarm has said that I took my belongings, and my staff, and I made my way to McDonald's.

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When he arrived there, remember this was in the early days when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, had pronounced Islam but was very difficult for people to believe, because of the opposition and the persecution. So and anyone who did embrace they would give him the title of slobby, meaning heathen.

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So the prophet SAW the flowering of the alarm and arrived in government. And upon his arrival, he went to the machine.

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And he began inquiring about the province and the law, it wasn't them, or looking at it for him, but he didn't detect him.

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Then he wants publicly asked someone who's this savvy that you refer to Who's this heathen that everyone talks about?

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So the person who he asked,

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he became suspicious as to why is this person asking?

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So he suddenly started shouting, here's another heathen.

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So people fell upon the firing of the alarm, the kurush. And they beat severely, until he himself says, I was like a red reddened idol, and the meaning of what a Reverend altar, meaning the altars of sacrifice, when they would sacrifice animals on there, it would be covered in dripping blood. So he says that I looked like an idol or on altar of sacrifice. That's how red blooded I was because of the beat, simply because I had asked someone who's his heathen that you talk about, and he just wants to find out about the prophets and the love it. So the person turned on him and shouted, this is another heathen. So he was beaten. But being the better than that he was of that hardened

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betterman tradition. He say he dragged himself, picked himself up, dragged himself to the well of Zamzam, and thoroughly washed himself. By this time, his provisions had run out. And he says, He then began waiting and searching for a sort of law, some of the law, or some of them, for almost a whole month, he had no food, no one would entertain him. And for one month, he says, I lived off only the water.

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He said it was so nourishing the Muslim, he says it was so nourishing, that I actually became quite corpulent, and large, because of water optimism alone,

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in one whole month.

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And he says one day, late at night, it was a moonlit amount. People, it was late people had retired to their homes to their beds, and there was no one in the house, except for two ladies who are performing bath.

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So he was there, and these two women were performing.

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So as they were performing the laughter, we're calling out to two gods, two idols, ISAF and neither.

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And although it would be a lot more unheard than calling out to these two Gods itself, and not either, and as I mentioned in the book of pilgrimage from the common ships, you're hurting a number of years ago. You

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staff was a man, a young man. And now EULA was a young woman, the Arabs believed and this is paganism. The Arabs believed about both of them itself and nyla that ISAF

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and novela had

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both committed adultery in in the home,

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and according to some reports in the garden,

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and then they will both turn to stone.

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So the pagans made them into Gods,

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it's often not

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so and began worshipping.

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So these two women were calling out itself and Nagila and worshiping them.

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So that it will be allowed to hurt them, he became quite annoyed, and he shouted out at those two women, why don't you marry one to the other?

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Meaning Why don't you marry his staff tonight.

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So they were quite shocked, but they carried on with their life. And when they came around the game through another circuit, this time, it will the alarm said something, which I cannot repeat, which is quite obscene. So the both women started screaming, and they actually broke off that the love and the ram from the machine.

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So when they ran,

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late at night, to sort of learn some of the law, it was send them a vehicle of the alarm, we're descending into the

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area of the harem. And when they saw these two women, fleeing and screaming, wailing, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, What's happened? So they both said, there's a man there near the garba. And he just said, What did he say to you? So they both

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have all fallen in love and fun, which is difficult translates into English. But he he said a mouthful to us which no more can be said. He said something beyond which he can't say anything.

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And that was all that all of the value of the 11 is very harsh and abrupt, some course of tongue as well. So abubaker the Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came down to the garbage and they perform the bluff. That's when

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we approach the province of the law legal system. And he says I said Salaam to him first I sort of Salaam on equal. So the province and the law are illegals and returned his greeting, he asked him, Who are you? And where are you from? When he said, I am gender.

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And I am from the tribe of Darfur. That's when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did this. So without the value of the Allah and being who he was, he actually went to remove the hand of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, so we'll look at how the alarm stopped him. And will that actually say that abubaker was more knowledgeable than me, meaning it was just part of his abrupt nature. He didn't mean anything by it,

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but will work with your loved one was wiser. Then Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, How long have you been here? Since I've been here for a whole month? And then he said that I have survived only on the water of Zamzam. So the province to love it when someone told him indeed, it's blessed, and it's nourishment for someone who seeks food.

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Zamzam is nourishment. For someone who seeks food and nourishment. And it's blessed. Then the Prop, a worker of the law mindset to the province of the law, it was sort of Miata sort of law grants me permission to take into my house and to entertain him to give him to feed him to the province of the law, it was granted him permission. So I'm working on the alarm took him home. And then he said he gave me raisins. Just as this was the first solid food I had in a whole month. raisins.

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He spent the night with him the next day, they went to visit the prophets of Allah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him all that

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go back to your pee

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and propagates Islam there.

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But don't say anything here.

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So what are the Allahu anhu said Yasuda Allah? Why should we conceal our faith? And even though the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him to conceal the affair. He went out, went into the harem in broad daylight, and then loudly shouted

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it out. He loved what she saw the law. People fell on him and began beating him. Now, an Ibis have not been profitable long sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his uncle who still wasn't a Muslim.

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He came but was still supportive of his nephew and Muslims. He came and

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pushed people away, and prevented them from continuing to attack him hit double that. And the way he did it was walling them and reminding them that do not realize he's from the tribe of the far.

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And we all know that

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if you harm him, then his people will harm us and raid and attack our caravan.

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So leaving the people stopped,

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will be a lot more and stayed in Makkah the next day he came back to the harem and repeated what he did did the day before. Again, people fell on him and beat him, again a burst of the alarm how to intervene and save him using the same arguments that all people do not realize that he's from the tribe of afar. And if he is harmed, then they will harm and attackers and raid our caravans. So again, for purely commercial reasons, they backed off money talks at the end of the day. So

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and you love her and didn't care one bit for wealth. He was fearless. This is how he wants

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this is why I sort of law so the law legal system said and I have inflated by my handle and many others. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Man under the law

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when a

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man son Rebecca and in some directions la palma de La Habra,

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Walla Walla,

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Minh Rosalyn as the coming of either,

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but that the Earth has not carried and born any man and nor has the sky, sheltered any man, more truthful than

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more truthful of tongue than that.

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And in one narration, or the man tell me the law here a prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam assays, the earth has not carried and born and the man and the sky has not sheltered or covered any man, more truthful of tongue than a Buddha. He is the life of Isa the son of Maria

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually more than one Hadees we learn, he compared him to in more than one generation, he compared him to Isa, the son of Madame la masala. That's how he was, he was fearless. And he would say whatever he wanted to whether he was beaten and attacked,

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whether it was the Quraysh in before where it was, but it was a branch when they were not Muslim. Whether it was the chieftains of the Quraysh after they embrace Islam and became the Sahaba. And long after the time of the prophets in the law, it was, it was fearless. He feared that no one in his rebuke.

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As I said he was a scholar.

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And because of one of his opinions, which caused a lot of consternation and disagreements amongst the so how about the alarm? I'm home because it carried on while he continued going around, scolding everybody.

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Smile of the alarm, had warned him I told him not to give fatwa not to answer questions, not to pass footwear.

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he was in touch.

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And he was sitting with a group of people.

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And he was answering their religious questions and giving a fatwa. So someone came along and said,

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haven't you been prevented from giving fatwa? So there'll be a loved one looked up at him and said, Are you a spy?

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said Are you a spy? And then he said to him, listen, if you were to place

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the samsara a sword. The samsara was a curved sword. I believe this is where the English word Scimitar comes from. Scimitar is a curved Arabian sword. So it's taken from the word samsara. So you said if you were to place or some Psalm, a scimitar sword on my neck here.

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And then I still have the opportunity to relate one headache to from a sort of law, some of the law hidey holes and then the meaning is, this is my neck if you were to place a sword here, normally, when the executioner would execute people by decapitating them, the way they would do, it says they would place the sword on the neck, raise it and then come down with a blow to set of the head. So the first one was to mark and to take aim. So what are the alarms that if you were to place to some farmer the Scimitar sword

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My neck.

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And then I was still able to relate one of these to your one word from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. How could that be possible meaning in the interval between you marking my neck and raising the sword and crashing down on me, even in that brief interval, if I can get away with relating one word of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to you, I will.

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So, although this is why I saw the loss and the love, it was seldom said of him, that the Earth has not born a man and the sky has not sheltered a man, more truthful of tongue than of all that.

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And in the in the narration of Timothy, he goes on to say, He is the like of Esau, the son of Miriam,

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who spoke and how, because he spoke the truth, he was fearless in his proclamation of the truth, and he was acid, he shun the world, you're surrounded by wealth that he did not take part, any part.

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then, acting on the instruction of Rasulullah sallallahu cinnamyl, with the firing of the alarm left.

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And then he actually according some narrations, he said that the operation of attacked me in Makkah,

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simply because I declared my Islam by law, they won't be saved from me. So when he was retreated to the deserts

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he would single handedly even after embracing Islam raid the caravans with rage in retaliation for them attacking him. In any case, after the hedger. He actually didn't join the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam immediately, but he remained amongst his people. And there, when he returned from Makkah, he met his younger brother on ace. So when he had been sent by him earlier, so when he now met him, and he said to him, so what did you find? What have you come back with? Because remember, he taught, he was a harsh of tongue. So when he said, come back from his earlier trip, you said, you haven't brought me anything, I'd have to go myself. So when he said to him, so then Brother, what

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did you find? So he says, I have come with belief in Allah and His Messenger, some love it, some of them. So his brother said, I will not shun a religion that you have adopted, and he embraced Islam. They both went to their mother, and she said, I will not shun a religion which my sons have adopted. she embraced Islam, and then single handedly fought without the alarm. Within a short while half of his tribe embraced Islam, half and the remaining half. They were sympathetic, but they said, We will not embrace Islam till the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does he?

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Meaning comes to Medina, and this obviously must have been at a late stage. Eventually, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did perform the Hajj Allah, the whole tribe of the FARC embraced Islam, then above that of the Allahu and came and resided in Medina, and this was actually after a few years because he wasn't part of the Battle of butter. Or

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some say he arrived in the fifth year of hijra and permanently and stayed in Medina. Now when he stayed in Medina, where did he take up residence? He was one of those who will suffer one of the companions of the veranda, one of the companions of the porch. Were the poor Sahaba of the love and who would stay

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and there there would be the guests of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam learning from him, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam trusted him, he confided in him, he held him close and dear. He,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loved him he told others to

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in heavies later by the companion would either be alarmed by a number of authors, including them Timothy and his son,

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worried that he will be a librarian who says, I'm humbled to hold the alarm who says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me

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to love for companions, for he loves them and they love him.

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So I said to him, who are they a messenger of Allah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said thrice ID, ID, ID,

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and then a Buddha

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and Salaam meaning of

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some man meaning so normal Farsi, and make the meaning of mcdata there'll be a lot

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that he repeated, love them, for I love them and they love me.

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So indeed, he loved

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and for the time that he remained in Medina, he was a simple companion following in the footsteps of the prophets and the love it was on them, spending time with him. In fact,

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In the Battle of printing, he was with him at the

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conquest of Mecca him after the conquest of Makkah in the Battle of her name, without referring to the Allahu and brought the support of the the fire tribe and he was actually the leader of the whole of the fire tribe in the campaign of printing

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after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away.

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And in fact, before that, we had that famous occasion, when in the Battle of the book, The walk in the ninth year of his era, was a watershed moment. The reason it was a watershed is because, till then, many things were concealed.

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So it was a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his own custom, that whenever he would travel

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on a camp on a military expedition, then he would dissimulate he would conceal his intended direction in order to confuse the enemy. But in the book, he made it clear, because for the first time, they needed a huge army, in order to march northwards to face the Byzantine Roman army. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam made his intentions clear. As we studied in the hadith of gamma nomadic, there'll be a lot one

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another reason for this watershed for for the walk being a watershed is that until that time, the affair of the monarchy in the hypocrites, was still

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unclear. It was very difficult to see who was actually a hypocrite. But some of us are How about all the love and who say the topic of the wall

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created a stock division.

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This is why gamma when a monocle the alarm himself says, as we covered in the Hadith, that when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam had left, there was no one remaining behind in Medina, except those who had already been excused.

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The women folk the chil children, they invalids, and a man who was blatant in his hypocrisy in large mamoun except a man who was known for his hypocrisy. This is why the Sahaba In fact, so many of the hypocrites still went, some of them returned, some of them lagged behind. But the book was an occasion when

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it was watershed and things were made very clear. So on the journey,

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some of the Sahaba of the love at their hearts, they will stop and discuss that where is such and such a person when it is fully awake is full. now. Wait, it's such and such a person? So sometimes it would say it's in the presence of the messengers of Allah it was in them. And they would say that, where is such and such a person? So someone would say he is a hypocrites.

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Why, because

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only the hypocrites had remained behind. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would tell them Do not say that. If there is good in him, then Allah would bring him and if there is no good in him, then you will be relieved of him.

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So on that occasion, someone said about the alarm. And why is that?

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So again, although the loved one was missing, because he had lagged behind, he was coming on his candle, but on his mount, but it lagged behind. So without the alarm, what he had done is he left his camel, and he continued with his journey on Fox, through the deserts following the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam in this campaign of the walk, and he took the luggage off the camel and bore it on his back, and he walked, so he was missing. So people question the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the same, if there is good in Him, He will come.

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Then, once this however, the alarm was seated in the messenger, some of the love it was in the desert, up north, in the north of Arabia, and through the shimmering heat, and the mirage. From the distance, they saw the figure, the solid tree figure of a man walking. So someone said there is someone coming. Last Allahu alayhi wa sallam immediately explained, couldn't

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let it be avoided. Or he's actually said good about that. But oh, you be okay with that. So when he came closer, indeed, it was none other than the alarm and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said of him, may Allah have mercy on them, he walks alone, he shall die alone and he shall be resurrected.

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So without the alarm, enjoying the profits of the lifestyle equals mu continued after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away.

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Whether the alarm went off to Sham, and he participated in a number of campaigns against the Byzantine Romans

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and he was also with Barbara de la at the conquest or the handing over the keys of liter MK this

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when some of the campaigns came to a halt, and things settled in charm,

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especially during the time of so you then a

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man with the alarm

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when wow we are the alarm became the governor of Sham and his

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headquarters were in Damascus and there must

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be a lot more and he was

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now a number of the leading Sahaba of the law

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in Sha

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like the other Muslims,

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because of the sudden influx of wealth and the treasures from the conquest of perjury and wrong, Byzantine Rome.

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Wealth flowed in to the coffers and the treasury of the Muslim lands and trickle down individually to the common Muslims and the Sahaba the alarm so a number of Sahaba the alarm around them they began living relatively comfortably, I wouldn't say in opulence or luxury but relatively comfortably compared to their past life.

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So without the alarm was very concerned about this and very critical.

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We learnt in the story of Huawei, the Attorney General de la Han, a remarkable

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relatively little is known about him. But he was a truly unique individual.

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And he was the overall he was commander, the commander in chief of all the armed forces of the Muslims in Shanghai. Even harder to believe there'll be a lot of fun. Despite being the greatest general he was a subordinate. So way that

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he was made a sub and I've always heard the alarm was a menial. But it was the simplicity and the humility of award at the heart of the Aloha and the he accepted the instruction of barbital the alarm and the demotion of Cardinal really there'll be a lot more and but without the alarm, I'm continue to respect how to Dublin will either Not only that, but even though nominally he was a commander, he left all strategy and planning to harden normally, but the alarm

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and for me the height of the alarm, and he was the overall commander. He was the overall governor Ameen. And all the wealth flowed into the coffers of the Muslims.

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When see the barber the alarm,

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went to the mush

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to meet this harbor to review his

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commanders, his followers, the forces and the center of rule and government in Damascus.

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Publicly he said to it will be detrimental, Gerardo de la Vega Take me to your house.

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So blu ray that said, Oh, a meeting me. Why do you wish to come to my house? You will only embarrass me.

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She said the alarm was a tape.

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So he took more away than the alarm. So what made that when the alarm took him to his house, and

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the alarm was one of his best friends he loved, he loved obeyed.

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So when he went to his house, he entered and this is the house of the government and the commander of the whole of

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the conqueror of Shah

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and he lived in such sunkist

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when he saw

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when he allowed his arms to roam in the house or or beta he saw nothing.

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But he said to him, what do you eat, bring us some provisions bring us some food.

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So one way to handle the alarm Broughton

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dry nuts and dry savories no proper food. He says this is what I have.

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I would have never thought of the law.

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And he said to award beta or beta, the dunya The world has touched every one of us etc.

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So I remember this story

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Because because of the conquests, even say the number of the alarm or etc warn me that the dunya The world has touched every one of us except you. So, well flowed

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to the alarm and was very critical.

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And he would scold anyone who he felt was living comfortably.

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And he held an opinion.

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And that opinion was that the verse of the Holy Quran in sort of the folder in which our last essays will Lavinia Kizuna, the habit will fit on a hockey speed in LA for the shooting the other

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young man in our region, for Tuco Bihar, Jabbar mutulu moto has

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come for the

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last season and those who hoard

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gold and silver

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and do not spend it in the way of a law and give them the glad tidings of a painful punishment.

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On the day,

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when the same gold and silver this treasure

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will be heated, in the fire of gentlemen, and melted

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and then with this heated and melted

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bear signs that that foreheads and their signs

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and their backs shall be singed spent and

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and it will reset to them. This is what you hold it for yourselves. So taste what you used to hoard.

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So because of this verse,

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how about your loved one who agreed, and Muslims have agreed since then? That hoarding is hot our

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treasure is harmful, and gun

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guns meaning treasure hoard, but even the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu differed as to what guns meant.

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So guns, means hoarded treasure. But what constitutes guns what constitutes hoarded treasure?

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So even say that when this verse was revealed as part of the alarm were very fearful. And this bore down heavily on them because that understanding of the verse was that you could not keep anything. If you kept any wealth for savings, then that is hoarded treasure.

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So this was difficult for them. They said how can we leave wealth for our children afters. So say that your loved one who said do not grieve let me go to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and find out the reality of this. So say that Barbara the alarm and went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said Jada sort of love. This verse has borne down whateley and heavily on your companions for the fear

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that they will not be able to save for themselves or for their children after them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, this is not it. Allah has instructed you to give us a car.

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So that the guard will purify your wealth, and allow you to keep your wealth by having after having purified it. So once you've paid this occur, you can keep the remainder of the wealth, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam added, and Allah has only made the shares of inheritance obligatory, so that you can save for your children after death.

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Otherwise, if this was the meaning of the verse, you wouldn't, there would be no concept of inheritance.

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So this however, the law believed and this was the understanding of the Sahaba of the alarm, that guns which has warned against in the Hadeeth and especially in this verse of the hoarded treasure,

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pining up treasure, which is warned against in this verse of the Quran, simply refers to that wealth which has not been purified by Pienza.

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Once the czaka of wealth has been paid, it's been purified as Allah says, in quipment and worldly him so that

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that take from their wealth

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such charity

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take from their wealth such charity that through this charity, you purifying them and

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You cleanse.

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So the wealth is cleansed, the wealth is purified, and one can keep that wealth. This was the understanding of the Sahaba of the law.

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But without the alarm, because of his assets.

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And because of his unrelenting, uncompromising nature, he sincerely was of the opinion, since he was a man of knowledge.

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And I mentioned at the beginning that one of the reasons we're speaking about a will that will be a loved one is that he was a great scholar in his own right, so much so that he was said, he rivaled Abdullah hematomas through there'll be a lot Lankan knowledge, however, and even say that I need all the love and said of him, that he is a container that has been filled with knowledge, but it has been sealed. Because it will there will be a lot and wouldn't reveal his knowledge. And he took it with him to the grave. And especially because he was uncompromising and relentless on this one issue, which brought him into conflict and disagreement with so many people.

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As a result of which even man love the lamb had to tell him not to preach publicly.

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But he didn't desist. But apart from that, because of his harsh, uncompromising not because of his nature, because of his unrelenting, uncompromising nature, and because of his coarseness of speech, he was unlike Abdullah, who was rude or the alarm, and all the others who have battled the alarm and who were able to disseminate knowledge, otherwise, in terms of his own wisdom, knowledge and understanding, he rivaled and delight having a muscle that'll be a lot more and then even say that already, it'll be a lot more instead of him, that he is a container filled with knowledge, but which has been sealed.

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So there will be a lot more and he sincerely held this opinion,

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that guns is any treasure, which a person keeps for himself any wealth which a person keeps for himself, even a savings beyond his immediate need.

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beyond his immediate

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and that was his belief,

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even if a person paid zakat.

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So if a person had wealth, and he paid soccer skill, without all the alarms said, the wealth is purified, but he cannot keep it, he must give it in the way of Allah, he must spend it, and he must share it. It's hard for him to keep. And that was his opinion.

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And he wouldn't just keep this opinion to himself.

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As I said, when he was in

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Damascus, and he saw the Sahaba of the alarm, and some of them living comfortably, you would scold every one of them.

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Leave alone, the others, let aside the others. He would rebuke

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the alarm and who was the governor?

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He would go by his

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house or palace every day, and

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loudly proclaim whatever he wants every day at the doors. And what are we ahead of the alarm on was utterly frustrated with him. He didn't know what to do. He would invite others to harbor the alarm rang

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the alarm?

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and he was saying, Look,

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he is a companion we are companions. He was with the messenger we will read the messenger. He heard exactly what you heard from the messenger. Why does he do this? Well, someone tried to explain to him

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so well that or the law when he was summoned and all of these habits sat with him.

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And he replied to every one of them.

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He was

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asked what Mohammed says you you just a woman

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and also the others.

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He said

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he said to me last is that

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you only became you were about to miss the janazah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and you only became Muslim late. So he was very still what he said the stop would do. He wouldn't listen to anybody. He would say what he wanted to the Sahaba were brought by Maria had all the alarms explained to him. And instead of accepting what they had to say he replied to everyone and then

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Out of the 1100 by a lot, I will never ever sit in such a gathering again.

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So now we are ready. And I'll tell you even though he said this to about data, about the data, the love, I never held anything against them. This is why I said, this hammer viewed him in a unique law.

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So why don't we all be alone and became utterly frustrated with him? So he sent him to Medina, he wrote to us man with the alarm, saying, Look, what do we do? Will you please call him to Medina.

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So, as normal, the alarm instructed without the alarm and come to the dean, and there he would, again,

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continue with his campaign, warning everyone against danger of hoarding treasure, of hoarding wealth. And he lived by that himself.

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He says that I saw double that. And his annual share was given to him, his annual stipend was given to him, and he had a meeting with him. So he said to the maid here, take the money, buy whatever we need. Immediately.

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When everything was purchased, there was money left. He said, break this into smaller coins.

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I changed us into smaller coins. He refused to keep gold bracelets and smaller coins. So he says I set up a booth at our booth, why don't you keep the money with you?

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Why don't you keep the money with you? Just in case you may need afterwards. And he refused. He said the messengers alarm it was something

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for pay that well should be kept. And in one duration, it's mentioned more clearly. He says it will there will be a lot more in sales. I heard the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying

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that what

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if I had the equivalent of man's offered in gold, the whole amount offered in gold, I would not allow three days to pass without all of it being spent in the way of a law

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unless I had to keep some in order to repay your debts.

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If I have the equivalent of Mount offered in gold,

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I would not allow three the third night to fall upon me

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without spending all of it in the way of Allah unless I had to reserve some in order to repay it.

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So I've heard the alarm.

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He lived in a sick life and he was fearful and critical of government and of leadership. What I mean by government is not the

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apparent operators,

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but more any individual who aspired to be a lead

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because he himself, he says that once

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I was with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And I said to him, pseudo law.

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And at the start, I mean, meaning Will you not meet me and it'll really not make me a governor or a me over any region. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him over in Nicobar,

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you are weak.

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We're in the heart a man.

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We're in the hi yo pr metaphyseal wanna Damn. It said Oh, there you are weak. And this responsibility of leadership is

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a trust. And on the Day of Judgment, it will be a disgrace and regrets. Why, unless then continues unless someone fulfills its rights. Because anyone who becomes a leader anyone who began a leader mean even if you become a leader of three people, anyone who assumes a position of responsibility or leadership, wherein they are now responsible for other people's wealth and other people's lives, this is a great amount of trust on their necks.

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So someone likable without the Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you are weak.

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Even you will not be able to fulfill the rights of such a great trust of leadership and of being a governor. So he can. This is why the loved one was fearful of

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me leadership. And even amongst the leaders if he saw them failing to fulfill the Amana on the trust, he would unhesitatingly

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unabashedly. He would scold them and criticize them.

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So when he arrived in Medina, even in the mosque, he lived that life. Even in Medina, he lived that life. He wouldn't keep any wealth with him, except the clothes that he had the food he adds, and what he had for history.

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As I said he was unrelenting he would.

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While we

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didn't know what to do, so he sent him to Medina, there in Medina, he continued with his preaching and he had one subject this was it. It's hard for everybody to hoard wealth and to keep any wealth, even if they pay the government.

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And more than more than one occasion, US man with the alarm tried to explain to him

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and he would scold us man or your loved one.

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And on more than one occasion, garble Bob was a Jewish Rabbi

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garba he was a Jewish rabbi, he wasn't a companion wasn't as happy. It was a Jewish rabbi who didn't come to Medina, till after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away during the time of

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the alarm. So he came, he embraced Islam. And because it was a Jewish rabbi, he became quite learned in Islamic tradition as well. And he would sit with a smile and have fun with the alarm and the other Sahaba.

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So Gavin Barr, he was with a man with the alarm.

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And without the alarm, he would say whatever he wanted. So he said to us, man with the alarm, didn't you hear the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say this say this say this. Tell me or if man didn't have one of the Allah will keep quiet. Tell me Didn't you three times asked him. Then the discussion arose about this verse of the court an assault of boba, and you see the words when Lavine mizuna, the huddle will fit? Well I in football and a half use of ILA from a should be a team. And those who do not spend those who hoard golden silver, and do not spend it in the way of a lot of them. Give them the glad tidings of a painful punishment. This is actually the second half of the

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verse, the words beginning the middle of the verse, the full verse, The beginning is, yeah, you're living in an in the cathedral middle.

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layer, una Manasa, Bilbao, we don't answer de la, Villa de

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la, the unbelievers, very many of the rabbis and the monks, they devour the wealth of people unlawfully.

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And they prevent people from the way of the law.

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And those who hoard gold and silver. So this is a full verse, those who hoard golden silver, and do not spend it in the way of Allah then give them the glad tidings of a painful punishment. So what happened is, some of your loved one was seated in his

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he was seated with the loved one and carrabelle bar, this scholar who wasn't a companion, but was a former Jewish rabbi from Yemen. And then who came and embraced Islam during the time of hubbub, but who was who was one of those who sat with the senior Sahaba so as Manuel de la hora when the discussion arose about this verse, and about guns and about treasure again, although the Allahu and said to a man of the land, tell me this verse, what do you have to say about it does not allow see this as treasure? Why do you allow people to hoard wealth and T wealth? So

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this man with the alarm who said, Ask gamble about what's the meaning of this verse.

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So Gavin, Barr said, This verse is not related to us. It's related to the former people's because Allah speaks of them at the beginning of the verse. So will that'll be Allah took a stick and whacked him on that

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quite harshly according to wonder he made him bleed

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in front of the alarm and it took it is struck him and then verbally abused him saying Gabrielle Yehuda, Oh son of a US How dare you. And then he argued with him in front of irresponsibly, a lot of time, eventually even not with mom or the Allahu and had to prevent him from preaching. And they came to an agreement that

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will there'll be a lot of harm would not stay in Medina.

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So he went back to the rubber,

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his own rubber as I mentioned at the beginning of

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region where his tribe lived, and where he had spent his youth that are amongst the minority far. So he was, in a way exile tabela sort of man by the alarm when he called him back from the mosque. In a way Maria hold the alarm had exiled. He had banished him from Damascus. And remember what I said about the doubt of the alarm? So the alarm was away from Damascus in a region of Sham when someone went to meet him one of the Darby.

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And news reached about the data of the last one.

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He asked that how are things in Damascus, this is this this? It was good news. But I have one sad piece of news to relate to you.

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So we'll get it out of the alarm. I looked at this messenger and said, Is it about all that?

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She said yes. So he said has he been exiled and banished from Damascus? So he said yes.

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So we'll get it out of the alarm on the same one who

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have all that had scolded so harshly.

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Da da da da la hora. And who said in de la la Harada. In 10 times in gnarly la who were in NY later on, in that in LA we're in it, Roger. And after uttering in that in that way, nightly Roger on 10 over 10 times.

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The law firm who said

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even if they reject and belie him, I will not reject Him. Even if they accuse him, I will not accuse him. Even if they regard him as untrustworthy. I will not regard him as as untrustworthy. And he said by law, even if he had cut off my hand, I will not hold it against him. After what I heard the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam say about him, that the Earth has not borne or carried any men, or the sky has not sheltered any man have a more truthful tongue than

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so this however, the Allahu anhu even though they were at the receiving end of his campaign and his message, he they would not say anything.

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So he was he was exiled from Damascus. Then he was exiled from Medina. And he went to live in rubber. And he didn't mind

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because this was prophesized by the messenger some of the law it was one of them. He once came into the studio asleep.

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So he lovingly kicked him. So he woke up.

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He told him, oh, I'll do that. What will you do?

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after my time, what will you do say said our messenger of Allah, our culture.

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And I will join the Muslims in their campaigns. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and then she says, our remaining charm.

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That's the place of emigration of the prophets because Ibrahim alayhis salaam emigrated from Iraq to sham. So he said, I will stay in Sham, the emigrates in place of the prophets.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and when they drive you from there, so he says, I will come back to Medina. And he says, when they drive you from here,

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she said, a messenger of Allah, I will.

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I will go. And then he said something because of which the prophets of the lie he said, I will. He said, I will contest them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Oh, should I not tell you something even better than this? He said, What's our messenger of Allah? He said, obey them and listen to them. Do not oppose them.

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So the prophets sort of love it was some of them had prophesized his final days. So it will that it'll be a lot more and he was exiled and he went to live in blubber. there with his small family code and some reports, only his wife and only his one daughter, he lived in Russia. Occasionally he would come to Medina

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and just for a visit, and he'd go back, but he wouldn't say and there. As I said, Roberta is about 120 miles east of Medina, he would live there. He lived his days in simplicity in poverty.

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And he practiced what he preached. He considered it harm for others and haram for himself, to keep any wealth, even a single film, even a single penny beyond his immediately

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remember, he was harsh of tongue. That's why he said to

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Bill Barr, you have no idea who the Son of God is. He was harsh of tongue because he would say things.

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And I'll give you another example of what he would say. Someone said that we said against either mojari we saw gam, sorry, we saw it without a little fun

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with one of his servants, not surgeons, but one of his young people who has attendance.

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So he said, both of them were wearing the same one half of a suit. So he was wearing one cloth, and the amount that the mountain was working with him, he was wearing the other cloth.

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So I said to him, why don't you join these two and make a suit? Because in Arabic, Hola, hola, me means a suit and the suit is a pair, something two pieces of cloth that go together. What we have done is that the suit he had splits into two. So he wore one half and he gave the other half to his companion.

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So someone said why don't you take that off him and you were both pieces of the suit so that you have a complete suit. He said now.

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So said why so should I tell you the story is that I had a worker once, so I scolded him.

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And I said to him, you have no soda. And according to one narration given an academia or some other non Arab woman, or son of a black woman,

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so he went and complained to the profits of the law while he was

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam summoned me and became extremely angry. And he said, Oh, Buddha, in the Cameroon pika helia. You are a man in whom there is JD an ignorance

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of the love and being a Buddha. He said to him, a messenger of Allah, even in this old age of man.

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She said, yes, even now.

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You are a man in whom that is Jay Lee.

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Then he said, these servants and slaves and your freed slaves, they are your brothers in religion, feed them of what you eat, dress them of what you dress, does not burden them with work. And if you happen to give them more work than they can carry out, assist them in their work. She said, ever since I heard that from the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, my workers, I feed them what I eat, I dress them in what I dress myself.

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So he lived according to that, he lived by what he preached, and towards the end of his days, he he received a stipend, but he didn't live very, very simply.

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And then eventually,

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he fell ill

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his wife

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was weeping. He said to her, do not wait for the Messenger of Allah prophesies that said, he told me.

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And then he said, when I die, remember I said, Robert, that was on the route to Iraq, the pilgrims and the trade caravans from Iraq would on their way to Makkah, they were passed by a robber. So he said, he lived on that, obviously, then he began living on the outskirts of rubber all alone. So he said that when I die, take my body out, into onto the road, and wait for a group who will come

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and tell them who I am. And tell them to price a lot of gelato.

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when he eventually passed away,

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the family waited, his wife waited. He had no son, his son had died earlier.

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They waited, and there was a caravan traveling for pilgrimage from Iraq, a group of Muslims.

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And as they drew close, his wife, call them and she said, Come and assist me and pray

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Salah through janazah over my husband.

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So the leader of that group was none other than Abdullayev and I must order the alarm.

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So he said, Who is he?

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So they said, she said, this is a Buddha. So I'm delighted when the alarm loudly explained Allahu Akbar, true is the word of the messenger. So the light equals the Buddha, he walks alone, he shall die alone, and he should be resurrected.

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So he performs a large region as a whole over him. And this was in the third second year of Hitler. And it said that I'm delighted and was Oh, that'll be a labyrinth.

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radon, and then he lived only for a short while after that himself. So without the alarm passed on from this world in that state

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he lived the life of simplicity. He lived a fearless life proclaiming the truth. But the greatest lesson of his life was this.

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His shunning of wealth, his belief, that it's not permissible for a person to hoard and to gather and accumulate any more wealth than is required to meet his immediate needs.

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And in that he upsets many, so harbottle the alarm,

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but he lived by that he preached that and he acted on it.

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his life was a shining example of a citizen of simplicity. And as I said, he was a great scholar. But his Szilard

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overshadows his scholarship in the eyes of everyone in the sense that he was a scholar as well. But he was such a great designer. He then asked

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and unworldly that that seemed to cover everything else about him.

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And he left a great lesson for everyone. And remarkably, he's one of those How about all the love? Who, even those who criticize us or harbor wrongfully and sadly who even abuser so how about the alarm? They do not have a bad word to say about without the alarm.

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So a remarkable individual. A lot can be said about him. But first, the greatest lesson is his unworldliness, his asterism Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam described him as being like he saw the Son of man

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in his simplicity, and truthful of time.

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Finally, he narrates many howdy from Rasulullah sallallahu salatu salam and one of the Hadees which he relates very, very beautiful one, which Mr. Muslim Rahmatullah Healy relates in his

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and which inshallah I will comment on in one of the upcoming weeks, and I'll end with this heavy, heavy for Sufi Muslim, and without the alarm, it relates it and leaves a hole and he relates from the alarm and we will hold on he was the student body. And what is the result? That's one of the neurons of the head. He says that whenever that was the reason Hold on, you would relate this Hadeeth he would kneel on his knees he would kneel and relate it in submission and in humility, and the ethers and the B, D and

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D, and in the Vidya Salalah alayhi wa sallam Femara and Illa terracotta hirakata on

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from Idris, learning from the referee from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Allah, the Exalted and the Almighty.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam related from Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah said

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yeah about the in the Haram to Ramadan FC which out to Habana Harmon salata. vada Yeah, Eva, the colloquium ball on Islam and

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they come, yeah, everybody. Welcome Jeremy lamb in Atlanta who first of all to income. Yeah, he could look marine ilam and COSATU for Sunni exocomp Yeah, everybody in the

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room you wouldn't have blown the free for them for me. Yeah, by the

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way. It was the norba gymea for stuff it only a few local. yeah everybody low

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in Sakuma Jin gala at Kapil biagini. Why the min Masada like a female Kesha? Yeah, everybody know what a pharaoh Magento can wander off to the Politburo Julian Wahid Monaco sobre como Keyshia Eva de la

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palma de ser eating Wahid loony Farah data collecting signing Miss Ella de man episodic memory in the LACMA in

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the in the MA here Amato Kumasi, Harlequin some ofii cmedia from on what are the harem filiana de la Oman whatever the rate of Arnica flower

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These are so la salon lot riding horses themselves and as I said that we will hold on to learn early whenever you're related to these from the famous companionable that'll fit it'll be a lot of fun.

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You will kneel in doing so, who relates from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from last panel who

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says, Oh my servants, I have made in justice.

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For this forbidden to myself, therefore to not be unjust to

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all my servants, every one of you,

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is lost,

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except for one whom I guide that will see God guidance from me

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or my servants.

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Every one of you is hungry, except for one whom I feed. Therefore, seek assistance from me.

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I shall feed

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all my servants, every one of you is unclothed,

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except one who I close and protect some shelter

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that will seek shelter from me, and I shall provide shelter and concealment for you.

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My servants

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you sin, they amount

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and I forgive all sin.

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Therefore, seek forgiveness from me, I shall forgive you yours,

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all my servants, you will never be able to reach the degree

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of harming me.

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And you will never be able to reach the degree of benefit

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on my servants, if the first and the last, the men and the gin amongst you

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were all to be as pious as the most pious hearted man amongst you, this would not increase anything in my case,

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on my server, so if the first and the last the men and the Djinn amongst you, were all to be as sinful as the most sinful person amongst you, this would not reduce anything from my kingdom, or my servants, if the first and the last, and the men and the jinn amongst you were all together in one plane. And then all of them were to ask me of what they wanted. And then I gave all all that they wanted. This would not reduce from my kingdom, except as much as a needle reduces from the water of the ocean, when it's dipped in and women

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are my servants, these are but your deeds, and I am enumerating them for you, then I shall be required to in full for what you have done. So whoever finds good

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in his book of deeds, the Latin praise Allah And whoever finds other than good in his book of deeds, for a woman that you learn the lesson blame and rebuke no one but himself.

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So this is that famous diva without the alarm.

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This is just an example of many of that how the threat will not have the alarm related, a truly learned and pious and esoteric. So have you heard of the alarm? I pray that lots of people with Allah enabled us to learn from the example of the noble companions or the Allah. May Allah makers amongst those who just like them or me that have an agenda, and will refer to the alarm Homer and the others or how about are the two

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who were not affected by the dunya regardless of whether they had it in their hands or not.

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Wealth as a messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Lisa Lavina and Kathy Lara, what are in the Latina

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richness is not the excess of possessions. richness is the richness of the heart. So richness and poverty, wealth and poverty are measured by the heart.

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If a man is rich in heart, whether he is poor or rich of him is immaterial. And if a man is poor of heart, then whether he is rich or poor of hand is immaterial, because

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he may have nothing in the hand. But if his heart is rich and content, then he is happy.

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But he may have the world in his hand,

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but his heart is poor, and he will continue to hanker after wealth. disrupt the quality of his life. You sleep

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be distressed

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Even though he has it in hand, because his poor of heart and then mounds of gold and forget mount

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as I mentioned before, and I'll end with this

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Imam Bukhari and others all relate from a number of Sahaba of the Allahu, including Abdullah reservado, the Allah who announced a number of Makkah, he said, I heard the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Say, say he would say that the messenger sorry the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say

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that low enough no other

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deal worthy among among the men that have been a Sania the Athenian have been a litho.

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When I assumed the gel from the electron law while on top, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, If man had a valley full of gold, you would desire a second, if man was given a valley full filled with gold, you would desire a second, if he was given the second, he would desire a third, and nothing can fill the cavity in man except the dust of the earth. And Allah we lemons and turns to

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someone in mercy, who himself tends to

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sow greed, the greed of the heart is such that mount of gold would not be sufficient amounts of gold will not be sufficient. Even one value, even two values, even three values will not be sufficient. And we may think nothing of it a value of gold to values of gold. But consider this hadith in light of what I mentioned.

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Before that, they said that in the entire history of humanity, the total amount of gold mined from the earth,

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the total amount of gold mined from the earth will only fill two Olympic swimming pools for Olympic swimming pools.

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Or they will only fill approximately two football fields.

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So the entire gold ever excavated and mined in the whole history of human civilization. We only filled two football fields and not in height, just a few feet, maybe two feet, and in spread two football fields. And that's all the golden world. Not today, but in that in the entire history of mankind. So whether you regard it as two football fields, or approximately three and a half swimming pools and inpixio swimming pools that's 50 meters across, sorry, 25 meters across, 50 meters in length, and two meters high. Two Olympic swimming pools. That's it. And in contrast to that, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says forget two Olympic swimming pools, three, three and a half,

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four Olympic swimming pools, forget two football fields. Forget a mountain. Imagine a whole valley filled with gold between two mountain ranges, you still wouldn't be happy, you'd want a second. And if you were given a second you still wouldn't be happy. You'd want a third because nothing can quench the thirst of wealth and man, nothing can fill this cavity. We have a cavity in us. We have an emptiness in us. This is the meaning of that cavity. Well I assumed the Joseph urban Adam, nothing can fill Jove doesn't mean stomach. Jove means emptiness. Because the stomach is empty, you can call the stomach jelf. Joffe means that inside

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which is filled that emptiness. So nothing can fill this emptiness in us, except the dust of the earth. So we either fill it with the dust of the earth, or fill it with the love of the last panel.

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That's one thing that can fill that emptiness but not wealth.

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And I believe that is such that if Allah gives him wealth, wealth passes through his hands, yes, it can come through his hands, but his heart is not attached.

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So whether he is poor or whether he is rich, it's the same.

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His heart remains the same.

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And this habit of the Allahumma line that those who will pour

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their hearts was similar to those who were rich, because their richness and their poverty were ultimately in their hearts, meaning their richness wasn't their heart and their hands. Regardless of whether they were poor or rich were the law allows us to follow in their footsteps. What's the law What's the matter after he was sworn in to be and I'm hammered. And he was a huge mean, panic a lot more Give me the conditional alert.

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And Mr. Furukawa Toby lake.

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