Seerah S4 E03 – 21st century lessons from the story of Banu alMustaliq

Sajid Ahmed Umar


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As always, we begin by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala. We praise Him we seek his assistance and guidance and we seek refuge in Him from the evil of ourselves and the adverse consequences of our deeds. We testify they don't serve a He guides, men canvass guide and whomsoever He must guides the man can guide and we request praises and blessings upon the final messenger Muhammad Ali Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I bear witness that there's no one worthy of worship besides one Allah, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is His messenger to our brothers and sisters in Islam. So now I'm over here at a como rahmatullah wa barakatu made the Peace and blessings and my safety

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from Allah subhanho wa Taala be upon you all. I welcome you all to Episode Three, season four plus from the past Sierra in the 21st century, we have been in earnest taking the story of blue and metallic and many of the offshoot incidents that took place as a result, and we do have one major event to discuss an event that happened when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in the Muslim army, were returning back to Medina which insha Allah, I hope to introduce to you all today, but as promised at the end of yesterday's episode, before we go into the third incident, we want to tap into the fifth of Sierra lessons suitable to us in the 21st century from the events that happened in

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the Sierra more than 1400 years ago. Now brothers and sisters in Islam if we look at the story of Benjamin Mr. luck, and especially what happened afterwards, um, in

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with several lessons that we can we can gather, firstly, authenticate before putting into effect any action. And we touched on this when we spoke about the exact matter at the time, and that was how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam immediately when news reached him that Balu and Mr. LIC, were mobilizing, they were mobilizing to attack him and the Muslims, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't immediately have a knee, you know, sort of

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act like we see. Some people do whereby they have a knee jerk reaction to certain use the reaches them immediately they fail to separate between the wood and the trees or the forest and the trees, however you say it, and immediately they come up with consequences, you know, actions, and

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as a result, we're more prone to make mistakes or more prone to waste resources. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam The first thing he did was he

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tasked someone to go and verify that information, our brothers and sisters in Islam. We spoke about this briefly before and we've heard it before. And we have to say it again. Because today Subhanallah How many times do we see families being disunited, right? And I focus in on families because we are the best of all nations, Allah subhanho wa Taala declared us to be the best of all nations. And we are the best I mean, a nation is nothing but a makeup of societies and a society is nothing but a makeup of families. Right. And then today we see Subhanallah at the drop of a hat families are willing to just unite. Now obviously, as Muslims, we are connected by a greater bond,

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and that is the bond of faith. It beats the bond of blood. But when you have the bond of faith, along with the bond of blood in play, that should be a union. It should create a connection that should not be easily dissolved or brought into disrepute, but spamela how many times today brothers and sisters in Islam do we see this? Do we see family feuds because of matters that really haven't been authenticated? The I's haven't been dotted, the T's haven't been crossed, but it just happens that somebody felt that it was true and he decided that he

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You wanted to act on that knowledge because he he can. And then so he did. And then the receiving party decided to retaliate, because they also felt that they can. And this is where we get into a frenzy brothers and sisters in Islam, of being servants of our desires, rather than servants of Allah subhanho wa Taala. If we are to be servants of Allah subhanho wa Taala, then, as we said, in previous episodes, you can't have a la ilaha illAllah void of Muhammad Rasulullah you can't say I live for the sake of one Allah, but I'm going to live how I want to live doesn't work like that. And that's why you to be a Muslim, you have to confirm both aspects. Number one, there is no one worthy

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of worship besides one Allah that you will live solely for the sake of one Allah. And number two, brothers and sisters in Islam, that you will live for the sake of one Allah subhanho wa Taala as per the mandates as per the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So this is

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this is the reality brothers and sisters in Islam, of the Shahada of the testimony of faith. This is how it works. It's not a it's not about one aspect, as opposed to the other. And that's why if we are, if our entire lives have the potential to be an act of worship, then we must understand that for any act of worship to be accepted, it has to be solely for the sake of Allah, and upon the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we can't be in a situation whereby we say, Well, I will do this for the sake of Allah. But how I want even if it goes against the methodology of the sooner, or it also can be that you do something as per the methodology of the swindler, but for

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other than Allah subhanho wa Taala, this doesn't work as well. So brothers and sisters in Islam, the sooner is to authenticate. And we see this time and time again, in the sphere of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam authenticate before you act, okay, because if you don't, then you're going against the sooner and you prone to making errors and those errors can be disastrous in in nature. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sending bowrider, al Harith to authenticate the news that reached him, we should benefit from this in today's day and age. It's not only about the big things, but in anything when people come to us and say so and so said this about you tell them?

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Are you willing to say this in front of them? If you're not willing to say this in front of them that I don't believe that the person said it? Right? Because if you're not, for me to believe it, I need to authenticate it, are you willing for me to confront them, and tell them that you told me that they said this about me? Right? If you're willing, then that's fine, let's go through the process. But nine times out of 10, you will find the person saying no, don't use my name, oh, please don't tell anyone that I said this to you. If this is their policy, then your policy should be if you're not leaving me any room to authenticate the information that you're sharing with me, I will

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not believe you. If you are going to tell me that so and so said something about me. And you're not willing for me to use your name to authenticate it, or you're not willing to say this thing in front of them, then please do not worry, I will not allow you to walk in my mind with your dirty feet. And this is how it should be brothers and sisters in Islam. We shouldn't allow people to walk in our mind with their dirty feet to influence us to our detriment to our detriment, we shouldn't allow this. The way to protect yourself from this in making sure people take their dirty shoes off at the door before you allow them into your mind is by authenticating. And in this day and age where most

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of the problems come about because of tail talent, we should be ready to hold people to account not the people who people are telling us about but the people who are messengers and bringing across this information that so and so said this about you or so and so thinks this about you or so and so he's doing this about you immediately say are you willing to sit in front of them? Or can I ask them using your name, if they're not interested? Then immediately delete that conversation from your mind. So this is in the Sierra and it's also in the Quran. And I highlighted the incident in Surah in which Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed, if

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news comes to you, then you should authenticate it. Right. If news comes to you, you should authenticate it because mankind is weak. Everyone is prone to error. You need to have an extra layer of diligence, especially if the consequences are high if the consequences entails cutting relations, and Allah homestand how are we plagued by this today? The second lesson that we can take from the story of blue and Muslim brothers and sisters in Islam is that from an Islamic perspective, and we did highlight this action is not taken upon anybody until evidence has reached them. Until evidence has reached them. This is when the justice and mercy of Islam Allah doesn't hold anyone accountable

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until the message has reached them. And this is what the case of Islam as well. Allah says Womack couldn't have more I've been Rasulullah that we never held any nation accountable anybody accountable until we sent them the messenger until the messenger went to them. And as a messenger presented to them, the Word of God Almighty. Now evidence has been established when that evidence was established, then Allah help those people

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accountable if they didn't comply. So there's two aspects here, number one,

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the message of Allah has to reach you. And number two, it has to reach you from someone who is the Messenger of Allah, if someone spoke, and the people thought that No, you know what this person is just some great thinker is not a messenger, then a peep, a people are not held accountable. So there's two aspects, you have to hear the message and understand that this message is God sent, that the person presenting the message is the messenger, or the person presenting the message is presenting it on behalf of the messenger, right, and what the messenger said is established. And that's why we have the science of Hadith. In Islam, that authenticates to a very high degree

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statements that are attributed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So but who are Muslims, they were taken in a surprising manner, surprising, meaning they were surprised they didn't know the Muslims were coming. But the Muslims didn't come from avoid, obviously, news got to them that these people are planning an attack that that's number one. And number two, the fact that Islam has reached them, the do's and the don'ts, has reached them. And they are plotting against the Muslims with knowledge, then they are not tricked into the actions that they were taking. That's the second point. The third point brothers and sisters in Islam that we can benefit from in the 21st century,

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from the study of bamboo and mustard, it is the marriage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, to our mother, the mother of the believers jewelry, or the Allahu anhu. And this teaches us brothers and sisters in Islam, that marriage is far more deeper than just the physical

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iterations and interactions that take place between a husband and a wife. We have to understand this. And we see this in the Sierra that marriage is far more

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substantial, right? It's not as we see today, whereby, you know, we have these shallow presentations of what a marriage is, and everybody's about rights and my right and women rights and man rights and husband rights and everybody's talking about rights and rights and rights. No marriage is far more deeper than just the physical interaction. Brothers and sisters in Islam between a husband and a wife from an Islamic perspective, marriage serves a deeper, more noble purpose than just the purpose of a person dealing with the with with the desire is based on how Allah subhanho wa Taala created them in that a man is attracted to a female and a female is attracted to a man, we have to

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understand this brothers and sisters, and it's now I mean from the outset, if we look at it, and I say from the outset, meaning this is like marriage one on one, from an Islamic perspective. When you look at marriage from an Islamic perspective, you see that it is it is based on the concept of providing each other an ability to build paradise to build Janna in a way that you couldn't do if you were not married to Pamela. So marriage presents to us opportunities brothers and sisters in Islam. It does, it gives us new ways to build gender. And if we were to conduct ourselves with a female or with a male outside of the scope of marriage, then those same actions would be a means of

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us building the hellfire. Subhan Allah. Right, right. And that's what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said to his companions, that even in in you relieving your desires with your family, it's a cider.

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And the Sahaba were surprised and they said the sadaqa This is a sonata in the interaction between husband and wife in their private interactions. This is a sonata and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam explained that if you were to do it with a female or with a male who isn't your spouse? Wouldn't that be a major sin?

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Right. So to Canada, we see the balance of STEM so marriage 101 brothers and sisters in Islam, and this is the message that is missing. When the engagement happens, and everybody's excited about the wedding day. And you know, the groom side of the family is excited, the bright side of the family is excited and rarely do they sit down and with the bride, and at the family of the bride sit down with the bride, the family of the groom sits down with the groom and really highlights exactly the opportunity at hand. What is the value proposition? What is the return on equity? What is the return on investment in this marriage taking place? I know I'm using business terms, but you know, it works

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for some people. Right? What what really is the opportunity at hand here is it just about a marriage taking place and two people coming together and you know, sometimes it's a normative value, right? You need to get your children married, if you don't get them very society looks down on you poorly. So it's just a case of now you feeling relieved that okay, the marriage is done. That's one person out of the home. Let's focus on the next chapter. Or one person who's married. Let's focus on the next chapter. Sadly, this is what happens. And when we look at the marriage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to God or the Allah who I know we see Subhanallah it was visionary, that

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through this the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam understood the possible consequences that we're talking about an entire tribe from a strategic region entering Islam, and the prophets mission is to have as many people enter Paradise, and fewer people enter the hellfire.

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So if it means me marrying her, we'll get those people into paradise. This is something I'm open to do Subhanallah and this is looking married, this is looking at marriage as a means to a greater end. Brothers and sisters in Islam, it doesn't mean that you know, there's no physical attraction the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam no doubt he was a human being he was attracted to her. And when she accepted, she was a human being she was attracted to him. And she also saw the benefits of her accepting this proposal from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And through this, her father became a Muslim. So this is something that she probably could foresee and foretell as well, knowing

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her relationship with her father, and then the Sahaba of the Allahu Allah Germain acted as well, in that all of a sudden you had this volume of slaves, and all of a sudden they free people, because the Sahaba freedom. And by the way, we've we've touched on this topic of slavery in Islam, in Episode One, and in Episode Two, and we must highlight that Islam, like I said, was we're sensitive to a situation that existed at the time, but Islam came with a system to try and reduce the intensity of the situation. And that's why we see many penalties in Islam.

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They can be paid meaning between you and Allah by freeing a slave, even in the month of Ramadan, if somebody breaks their fast through marital relations during the day of Ramadan, the penalty from the penalties to

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you can you can free a slave. So we see this brothers and sisters in Islam, how many of the penalties in Islam also entails freeing of slaves that Islam is encouraging us building society to a point where they can be freed and they can be independent of being attached to people who take care of them and be able to take care of themselves? I don't want to touch too long on this because this is beyond the scope of our discussion. But I highlighted since it is mentioned, and we are covering how the you know from the consequences or the positive consequences of the marriage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to jewel jewelry or the Allah Who was that Subhan Allah, we had 100 plus

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captives freed. Now brothers and sisters in Islam.

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From the lessons that we we take, I mean, the lesson on marriage is massive. There's so many things that are popping up in my mind, but inshallah, the point is clear that there's far more to marriage than just the physical coming together of two people. Another lesson that we can take brothers and sisters in Islam, from the story of bunu and masala is that sometimes your good character can be taken advantage of this is human nature.

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It's human nature, that you take advantage of.

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Some people, some people, they take advantage of other people's good character, right. So when one was Falak, they fought with the operation or had against the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and now the plotting against the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not going, he is not being you know, he's not taking. It's not that after all the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam attacked them. And everybody knows in the peninsula, his good character, and now they're plotting strategically to try and dismantle the system of Islam by intending to kill the messenger, salallahu alayhi wasallam. Right. So here we see that sometimes

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people, they take advantage of your good character, and from the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam side, we see the permissibility of taking proactive steps to sometimes nip disasters in the bud. Right to neutralize the situation.

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But remember, authenticate first,

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I have to try and bring you know, we have to bring keep these lessons attached. Because sometimes, especially in this day of social media, and lessons are shared, and people say, look what she said, she said this, I'm justified in doing what I'm doing. Because we see sometimes people, they, they think that Okay, my good character is being taken advantage of they think they haven't authenticated it. And then they take steps. These are not practice, these are reactive steps. And they cut ties, and they do things and they they lay claims, and they start telling people that No, I won't work with this person. And I won't share a platform with this person. And because of you know, he did

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this, but you don't know if he did it, you think he did it, you haven't authenticated. If this is your way, then you're not following in the footsteps of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And sometimes shaytan will tell you that look, this is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did. So what you're doing is right, you're neutralizing the situation, you're not allowing people to, to to take advantage of your good character. So you now it's justified, it's justified. And this is concept of cognitive dissonance that we know of whereby we make enough excuses for ourselves to feel good off the wrong that we do. This is cognitive dissonance of our failures. We we grew we sort of

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create enough excuses to help us feel good for our failure. So brothers and sisters in Islam, yes. Don't allow people to take advantage of your good character. I mean, there has to be a point where you say enough is enough. However, authenticate, make sure that you're not imagining the situation at hand. You're not imagining that your character is being taken advantage of. Okay, brothers and sisters in Islam. So that's the first point. The first

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Brothers and sisters in Islam is

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in the event that we discussed yesterday where we I'm sorry call to his people and the mohajir call to his people. And here we see Subhanallah how sometimes within Islam shame upon brings about a situation where he causes us to just unite. And sometimes we see this amongst the mazahub, the for the for canonical fick Islamic jurisprudence methods where somebody says, No, I'm Hanafi, and I'm Shafi and then through that you start fighting with each other. And remember Abu hanifa Imam Shafi when they taught Islam or the students that consolidated and crystallized their views, thought about this happening when it happened. Rather from the top you see how connected they were the students of

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Imam Abu hanifa, they studied with him and Malik emember Shafi he studied with Mr. Malik Mm hmm. He studied with him Amma Shafi, they were Subhanallah students and teachers of each other. They weren't, you know, laying claim to to a division within Islam. Rather, they understood that we are all Muslims. And these are methodologies and ways like the Maha urine and the ansara were taught by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, when they almost create created a division between themselves because of these titles, that you are all Muslims, the titles are just to differentiate and highlight who did what and who did the other thing, the Mojave Desert, the one that left Mecca,

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and the Saudis are the inhabitants of Medina and they are the ones who, you know, selflessly spent the wealth of the mahadji rune and welcome them and made them feel at home in Medina. That is the reality of the title. It shouldn't be something that causes us to use as a means of conflict and causes us to hand over a tool to shame upon to cause conflict between us. So if this this is important brothers and sisters in Islam, that we need to look beyond our tribalistic inclinations, we need to look beyond our cultural associations. And we need to realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala has joined us together as believers in one Allah subhanho wa Taala as followers of Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and accordingly, accordingly, that should be the yardstick through which we make decisions with ourselves and also with each other. We need to look at it from the Islamic lens. What does Islam teach us? What is the Sunnah here? It's not about what culture says, because culture sometimes and we see this in some societies, it, it classifies people, and then we see ourselves interacting with people and, you know, sort of gathering our thoughts about circumstance, circumstances, situations based on these classes that society brought into play. We shouldn't be doing that as Muslims. as Muslims, we should say, how does Islam ask us to look at the

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situation and Islam is colorblind. Islam is culture blind, Islam is tribal blind, Islam joins us together upon the bond of faith. And that's why Subhanallah we see the Arabs uniting and the Islam under the leadership of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Also 60 brothers and sisters in Islam, we,

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in terms of yesterday's lesson, we see the vision, Allahu alayhi wa sallam and how he was a visionary because remember, when news reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the presence of Abdullah he will await even salute the head of the hypocrite said, Omar said allow me a messenger of Allah to strike his neck. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Don't do this. And this shows us brothers and sisters in Islam, how the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was a correlate to Islam, not a correlate to his brand. He wasn't calling to brand Muhammad. He wasn't calling to, to the brand of his logo. He wasn't calling to the color of his logo, he was calling to

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Islam. And we need to take this into our daily interactions in our organizations on I mean, Mashallah we have people here from Facebook, from Twitter, from YouTube from clubhouse, everybody has the page, everybody has the logo, everybody has the organization. And as a result, we think about things specific to us, me, myself and I,

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to the extent that sometimes we we end up defending ourselves in the name of defending Islam, and that's wrong. And we always see this with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, you always thought about what is right for Islam. Remember the story of life. And we spoke about this in season one of blast from the past. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when then he was stoned. And Allah sent him the angels of the mountains and the angels told him that he gave us the command Allah has commanded us to follow your instruction, you command us and we will bring these mountains together and crush these people in between.

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and this was after he was stoned, and his feet were filled with his blood. Think about this brothers and sisters in Islam. A man calling to himself would have taken the option and said yes, it's you know, enough is enough. Enough is enough. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was calling to Islam. So he said, No, no, they don't understand. Maybe their progeny will understand at the end of the day. My mission is to call to Islam. Right? If we

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denial if these people are destroyed, then there's no room for progeny after them for other people for us to take this message

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in terms of the long term game that we've shut the door towards these people or you know, meaning the people of this place being Muslim.

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He didn't take the option, even though he was hurt. He's a human being. He was physically hurt. He was emotionally hurt, and this was hurt after hurt. And let's not forget by if happened after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam lost Khadija robiola Horner and lost his uncle, I will finally peace gives his greatest wings of support. And now he went through this.

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I mean, what would you add? I do Subhan Allah. The point is brothers and sisters in Islam, call to Islam. Don't call to yourself. Don't call to your organization. Yes, have an organization have a logo, be excellent, be professional. But understand that you are part of the oma of Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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you are part of the Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it's about the truth reaching the people. The truth doesn't have to reach them from your organization, from your channel doesn't have to.

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It's about the truth reaching and this means that we should work with each other. It shouldn't be about growing our own market share. And I touched I spoke about this, I believe in season one and a little bit in season two, because sometimes we see that our organizations and our efforts running, going you know conducting themselves as if they are a corporate entity and it's all about grabbing market share and my viewers and how many views and how many likes and how my reach and so on and so forth. And this is childish.

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This is childish because the people who are coming to you are coming to you to learn about Allah Allah. Allah Rasool Allah said in what is Rasul sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, so we can take this great lesson brothers and sisters in Islam from how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam thought about Islam First, it wasn't about what this person was saying about me and saying about my friends and saying about my followers know, what matters is what is good. What can I do now that will bring goodness to Islam? If I allow Omar to do what Omar is asking to do, people will say that Muhammad Sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam kills his own people, because people view these people as

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Muslims, they don't view them as hypocrites. And this is not good for Islam. So I'll be patient, let them say what they want to say, I'll be patient because my vision is Islam reaching the four corners of the world. And that means mandates me being patient, even if it's a beautiful patients, I have to be patient on certain matters. And this is in this is Islam. And I spoke about this in the first episode, how Islam all Islam is all about bringing good and increasing it and reducing harm and eradicating it. And we see a principle in Islam there almost said

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that the prevent if a harm is if an action brings about more harm than benefit, then prevention of harm takes precedence over the attainment of a benefit. There's a principle in Islamic jurisprudence,

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that if you have a situation, whereby the benefits and the harms are conflicting, then you need to weigh the weight of the benefits and the harms.

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That's what you have to do. If the benefits outweigh the harms, then do that which brings benefit and the harm that comes is negligent, the Sherry overlooks it.

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But if the harm outweighs the benefit, and the Sharia says forget about the benefit and focus on the harm, and make sure you act in a way that doesn't allow those harms to come about even if it means you are losing a benefit.

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Right. So we need to think about this in how we go about our daily affairs. Because every day brothers and sisters in Islam in every matter, we need to we are making decisions. We are we are making decisions. Right, you guys joining in now, to listen to me is a decision that you made. And when you made that decision, no doubt in some capacity, you looked at the pros, and you looked at the cons. Right. So that is another lesson that we can take now brothers and sisters in Islam. We are coming towards the end of today's episode. So I think

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I mean, the next step was for me to introduce a summary of the great lie against the law. But since

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we're coming to the end of today's

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episode, and this particular topic is a topic in and of itself, I think we will pause here for today, even later, from today's episode brothers and sisters in Islam. In summary, we focused on the fifth lessons from the events in the Sierra that we discussed over the past few days that benefit us in the 21st century. Now I highlight this because there's many, many more lessons that I left out, but I was trying to focus on points that

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that you know,

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that matter to us even more in today's day and age, and we can compare and contrast ourselves with the best of people the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being the best and his people around them because they were human beings. They were not

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Angel sometimes, you know, we have shade upon whispers to us this idea that you know what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a prophet, the Sahaba were the Sahaba. So, you know, you can't be like them. They were who they were. And yeah, okay, you reading all these stories about them, but they were them. And you are you. The reality is brothers and sisters in Islam, they were human beings. They felt hurt, like we feel hurt, they felt hunger, like we feel hungry, they felt thirsty, like we feel thirsty. They felt love, like we feel loved. They were human beings. They felt attracted to

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their spouses. Like we feel attracted to our spouses. They felt anger, when the situation was one that would create an emotion of anger. They felt sad when the situation was as such, did they tear yes at it. Right? Were there things that they desperately wanted? They were they were things that they desperately wanted, did it sometimes not come to them? A lot of the times it didn't come to them, they were human beings like yourself and, and myself. That's the reality. So when we look at what they went through, and we see how situations were dealt with, this should give us the inspiration, and the motivation and the encouragement to also calibrate our own thoughts and our own

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ideas, because at least we know that they went through things at that time and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was there to correct them. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was there to correct them. So we know how it should have been. Right? Today we don't have Subhana Allah, the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam directly but we have it indirectly through his Syrah through his Sunnah. And that's what we're trying to achieve in our time together. Okay, so tomorrow insha Allah at 5pm

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Mecca time, which is 3pm. UK time Bismillah to Allah We will reconvene and tomorrow's episode Episode Four will be about the great slander laid against sharabi Allah who the if the great lie made against her, we will take a summary of exactly what happened at which part of the expedition have been who and Mr. Alec did it happen, and then what consequences happened thereafter, and all the wonderful lessons from a fifth perspective and a life perspective that we can deduce from it that will benefit us today with the lighter Allah I love you all for the sake of Allah. Everything correct said is from Allah subhanho wa Taala alone and he is perfect, and any mistakes are from

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myself and upon and I seek Allah subhanho wa Taala has forgiven us ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to bless our knowledge, to bless our intentions to bless our deeds and to grant us better than we dream of in both worlds. Always. I mean, you are blind I mean, until next time, Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah.