The Story of the Prophet Musa – Part 2

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah amavasya Rahmatullah mean. Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi my rubbish Alessandra de la Plata, Melissa Nicola bad

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allpress due to a loss of Hannah tada and please pay upon Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are testify that there's no god except the law and testify that Muhammad is the Prophet, the Messenger of Allah. And Allah justified all the prophets and messengers that Allah had sent to mankind, all the prophets and messengers of Allah, Allah subhana wa tada sent 1000s of prophets and messengers, but Allah has made mention of 25 and 100 Quran

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one of, if not the most mentioned, only Kareem is the Prophet and the Messenger of Allah that was started speaking about last Thursday that's prophet Moosa masala Salam is without a doubt, the most mentioned Prophet and Messenger in the Quran, Allah Kareem and obviously Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned him for a reason.

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Some of the reasons that the scholars had mentioned and these are just deviations, opinions of scholars, but obviously Allah subhanaw taala knows the primary reason or the ultimate reason or the main reason why he mentioned Moosa, but one of the reasons that the scholars mentioned that why Allah subhana wa Taala focused a lot in mentioning the story masala salamina Khurana Karim, Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned Musa and the nature of Moosa more than any other nation because there's a lot of similarities between the national Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and the National Musa, something for us to reflect upon.

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So that's one of the reasons and the reason why I mentioned that, of course, just to be clear about this, just an opinion, the problem homosassa

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maybe some of us haven't mentioned that, but I have no quotes of that, Allah that I mentioned, why he mentioned the story of musasa. But these are some of the derivations. These are some of the conclusions of the scholars. Why Allah had mentioned the story of Musa alayhis salam more than any other prophet messenger, because there's some similarities maybe there's a lot of similarities between the notion of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and the National Musa so Allah subhanaw taala is giving us an example of Benny shrine and the Prophet and Messenger masala is enough for us to reflect upon the nation of masala isn't Ambani is right, whatever good they did we do whatever bad

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they did for us to keep away from.

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And obviously one of the things that Allah subhanaw taala repeated the mentioning of masala Salaam in a chronicle him to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in particular during the era during the phase of the Prophet Mohammed Salah Salem in Mecca before the migration because of patience, patience with people. When you talk about the story of Masada, Saddam Hussein saddam had encountered from his people, Allah subhanho wa Taala just reminding the Prophet Muhammad wa salam that we're encountering and experiencing from your people, prophets and messengers before you experienced that.

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It comforts the listener in a conference, the prophet Mohammed Salah that's why most of the stories of the prophets and the messengers in Napoleonic era were revealed before the migration before the problem homosassa migrated to Medina and that's why the column the mecca versus the comfort the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it conforms, it fits in it's suitable it's suitable for a time of course but it's more suitable for the problem homosassa empty the stories of the past when he is encounter a lot of hardships, a lot of challenges from his people then when the problem homosassa animism instead of strength.

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I was reading about the story masala Salaam masala Islam is one of the children Benny slide and we said that Venezuela after the migrated from Palestine to Egypt, and they were under the reign or under the leadership of visa Islamism at a salon was very respected in Egypt. Yusuf Ali Salaam had a lot of advantages in Egypt. They had a lot of influence in Egypt, so his family Benny Salatin in Witches of La said I was also from the children of Israel. They had a lot of influence in Egypt. They had a lot of respect in Egypt, that had a lot of advantages and privileges in Egypt. And to us about a salon passed away. Then a few kings along the course of time came and then they enslaved

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many Israelite and traded bunnies, that is the lowest class in which Allah subhanaw taala says no chronically Giada Allah Shia, he divided them in class. The coop takes the original residents of Egypt, the high class, and Ben is the lowest class did they extend the other slaves, so many of the slaves of the Egyptians

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and we mentioned how Allah subhanho wa Taala prepared Masada he said, one of the preparations that las panatela prepared

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masala is a lambda around and what's for our for our is a thorough not a name. It's a title I thought of the king of Egypt for Einstein his dream at that time that a CV and a huge fire coming from Palestine to Egypt that destroyed his kingdom and Empire it was interpreted later on the someone from Benny saw him may be the savior, the awaited man who whatever you want to call him, someone from Benny slay will come and destroy your nation so it's not to kill or the baby boys from Venezuela it but then they came to their senses and said if you're gonna kill all the baby boys after 2030 years, we're not gonna have animals lives who need slaves, so I start to kill one year on

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he no one years when they either he wasn't killing anyone how to analyse and I was born. They either he was killing Masada Islam was born.

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And I said, research these, most narrations say that he was older than Moosa.

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But they then come back to me and say to me, Well, I was one of the people that was listening on YouTube said he was younger. Yes, I've also read that one. But regardless, although younger, without a doubt, who's he's got a senior status. He's got more senior status musar on whether they're Muslim, it's even clean. In the Quran. Again, so Moosa is more senior than our own. Where the heroine was born before Musa Musa doesn't matter. But from my research, from my personal research have picked up on the generations that murmurations know, right, that Harun is older than Musa But nevertheless, okay, just to be clear about those things.

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they either for Ana's killing the Baby Bowser, Ben is right that

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was born in and we mentioned that amazing story. Lots of Pamela, even though a reader and I've read so many times, but from last Thursday, to this Thursday, looking at seven days, seven nights, I mean, just thinking about the powerful amen and the theme that the mother of Masada Islam had well hyena Illa Mimosa day for either daddy felty Liam Eva da da, da da Danny in de la caja de una Merson. Subhana Allah, the mother of musasa concerned she was petrified over her son.

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So Allah subhanaw taala said, Oh hyena which means revealed but inspired not a revelation of prophecy. But you know when Allah Guardian out of nowhere HCA you get that sense where a lot those who got this right or Hey, cuz some goddess tells you that Allah subhanaw taala, God of the mother of Masada salam to breastfeed him. And when she becomes too petrified, scared and concerned every every him to put him in a chest and to cast him in the river. And that's a lever that lots of Hamilton. But then Allah subhanaw taala says

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to me, when I stop on this verse, then be afraid and then be concerned what I mean don't be afraid to be concerned like you know, when you really think about it, unless saying, Go put them in a chest, cast him in a river, and that's it. But what do you mean that he

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doesn't be scared?

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Scared like, of course, I'm scared. The main concern? Of course, I'm concerned. You know, Allah who wants to teach us something? When you rely on Allah subhana wa Taala? What should you be scared?

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What should you be concerned

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about Allah says,

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We're gonna return back to you.

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Logically, no one could even think about it. But everything is possible with a law. The one that destroyed empires with one soldier can do whatever you want.

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On top of all this, we're gonna make him to be a prophet and messenger, Subhan Allah, but sacrifice that little sacrifice, you know, from the outskirt from the outside. But when you really look at it, say, look, I can't do that. I can't do that. If I'm a father, I don't get this revelation where you know, I'm in this predicament. And then I just put your son in a chest and just throw him in the ocean, throw him in the car, I'm in a river. I've struggled to do that.

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Maybe after the group maybe is but not in the stead of being a baby.

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I've struggled to do this. I'm a man. You're a man. Yes, we're talking about this is a woman. She's the one that fell pregnant. She's the one that carry them. She's the one that went through the contraction pains. She's the one that delivered the on the top of the game, put them in a little box and just put him in, in River.

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You know, he does stories, but sometimes we don't look into the depth of the sacrifice.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala says in

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like, we're gonna return it back to you. Hell, he was gonna go in that river. He's gonna go he's not gonna come back. Not only that, we're gonna make him from the machine but sacrifice and that's what Islam is about.

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Small sacrifices but huge rewards and return.

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Little sacrifices big rewards in return. So that's exactly what the mother of Moosa alehissalaam did. She put them in a little chest, and then she cast him in that river.

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And then Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, caribou call it law to say, masala Salam had an older sister. So now this is 100%. She's an older sister. Okay. There's no disagreement over though and this disagreement over how long before after masaba here the Quran says. And the mother of mother told his sister to see follow his traces, which means follow him in the river. And she did so the young daughter of the mother of mother who is the sister of Masada, Sarah followed masala Salam after the mother, she was so brave enough to put him in the chest and cast them in that river and then the river flow and

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the river tank musalla is set up to the place that the mother of Moses trying to protect Musa from

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and that's the house of Ron.

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So Pamela, and then on top of all this, what does Allah say to them this kid

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Subhana Allah, Allah, you should never ever be scared.

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This is what you call the again,

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this talk, or this action, this talk, but this submission, this is what you really call your thing. On top of all I was told to put him in a chess costume in a river. Don't be scared, don't be concerned. On top of all her concern and fee Allah subhanaw taala takes masala Islam, in the chest, in the river all the way to put on the very same person that's just trying to protect most of them from

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and then that just arrives to the shore of the palace off and out now but I was married to a righteous woman Her name is Isaiah.

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Some narration said that she was also from Venezuela. She was a righteous woman she was a believer, and she was forced to marry him. summarizations when I say some narrations, that means it's not the narrations. You want to believe it believe it. You don't believe in them believe it. It doesn't really mean anything.

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So Allah subhana wa tada boy his decree he took the chest that this little baby boy Masada slams in,

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in the river right to the shore of the palace of Freetown, the maids and the soldiers and the workers in the palace have picked up that chest opened up. Wow, baby boy. But you know what? Ben, he had a certain color. No more 10 You know, when you say a boy like a black boy, you know that he's not from Europe. You'll say he's probably from Africa, for example, a 10. Boy you say from Asia, like Emma Brown. She's from the Middle East. Like you know, these are nine things no discrimination. Of course. There's no difference between black and white and in taqwa. But Ben is right in the head, more of a dark or tan color. So when that happened that changed the rules. You know, this baby has

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resemblance of Benes law

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for animals and happier but about it. But so Pamela, there's one thing that Allah subhanho wa Taala had put in Masada, Islam, any woman, any woman that will see musala Islam as a baby, she becomes captivated to that baby

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captivation snuck into the attraction.

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That baby was taken to the woman for our NASA when she looked at this baby she became activated to that baby on top of all these she was barren, she never felt pregnant. She was she has been longing for a child. So now Allah subhanaw taala blessed off this job that not only is a baby boy but also captivate kid.

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She loved him

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but for our didn't like it.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran, Kareem fell takato

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Leah Khun Ella whom

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has an up pick them up

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the family around in which Allah subhanaw taala says Leah

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for this job to become the enemy later on. Now.

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On top of this enmity, I was gonna make musala Islam in the household and he's gonna become his lead on grief

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and loss decree and preparation. Amazing.

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allows the Korean preparation at the end of the day.

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From the outside from the face value, it doesn't add up. This guy is gonna be this baby's gonna grow up in the house. He's gonna become an entrepreneur. Oh, no, no, no, no, this is how you look at it from the outside, but a lot

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something different from the inside.

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Out comes in.

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Don't kill him.

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I love this child. I love this baby, my

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eyes are so captivated. So attracted so captivating this child, don't kill him. Let us know that

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maybe you will benefit from him. Maybe we use him to be a slave later on.

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We'll take him and child,

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Sharon without noticing without people knowing why because this child has been longing for a job for a very long time. And it's not a good custom back then, that you've got a senior hierarchy family that you have kids, people have done at home with your kids back then in that culture. Even in a tribal culture, even amongst Arabs we didn't have if there's a husband and wife this couple, and then I have kids, people questioning, you know what's going on here. So people obviously from the culture of it, from the culture of it seems that it seems that people are looking down on Ron and his family because they don't have any kids. So she said, let us embrace him and take him and adopt

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him as a child and let people know that this child, not only that will have a child in our life, but also people stop talking without them noticing.

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But so Pamela, who's devastated

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who's devastated, the mother of Masada is Salaam was at

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the heart

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of the mother of Masada Salaam, she becomes devastated. She couldn't sleep she had sleepless nights thinking about a child that she put in her chest and she threw him in the river. It's not an easy justice, not an easy move. It's not an easy thing for you to do. So unless

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you suffer a lot, even the wordings that Allah subhanaw taala is using. The heart of the mother of Moses had nothing in it except Moosa Colossi can't think of anything else. She can work she got. She's only thinking of masa. masa, masa. masa was masa,

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de la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. She was about to explore them just scream and say where's my son Moosa. But lots of panel data says Lola, Allah, Allah cobia if it wasn't for us to contain her son, lots of panels Allah gave her the counseling support. Allah gave her that help. It's not an easy thing. Like you know, it's it's a very difficult challenging moment. She was about just to start speaking about masa and this course is sacred. In which what happens in return, his son will be killed and she'll be killed. Lola robot Nana cobia Allah says we can change

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we can change

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there's a brother sitting at the back and still me these cows blocking other cars. So can you please if you blocked any car guy, maybe you can if you have kids, keep them next to you. Thank you very much.

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If it wasn't for us to container and cover her and for her to be from amongst the believers now, masala is alive in the palace off for our baby. Obviously is a baby. This baby needs shelter. He's got needs comfort. He's got it. But he needs to. He needs to cycle

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around. She doesn't have any milk in a breast. She hasn't even given birth. So what did she do she start to find a look for witnesses. He's willing to

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soco, my son.

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They brought witnesses from all around. Allah subhanaw taala says, Well how to run

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a loss decree

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from any brush from any woman.

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Allah subhanaw taala this way

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10s will come into the palace joaquina What an honor No, I would love to me in the palace of brown at the soco

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tea give to breastfeed the son of Ferrara because it's considered not to be the son of brown, but Subhanallah not on that privilege was given to him.

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So he comes in

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the sister of Musa she's following him. She's been following his traces.

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So the sister of Masada Salaam, she heard what's going around, you know, she's saying, oh, there's witnesses. breastfeeding mothers walking in and out what's going on here? It looks like that. This is a better one is revisiting every breast

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for God. Hell, I don't know.

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debating for Luna, hula calm

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Brother Can you please take care of it son plays

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another car. Thank you very much hamdulillah

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so Allah subhana wa tada says,

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Allah Allah, Luna hola como una se han. So the sister of Masai Salaam comes in and says, All gorgeous a woman, a witness, a breastfeeding mother, no child has ever rejected her breast. Now it just start to become sauce. Like you know the mother of moussaka. But that's not something that you want to disclose because you'll be in trouble and her son will be in trouble because this is supposed to be a last order someone found him. So they said that get what guarantees do you have that this child that's refused all those births. He's not gonna refuse the breasts of this lady. She's not I guarantee and because I've experienced that lady. I've experienced this lady, so many

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children in the past every single child that came to this lady, he accepted the breast. So Allah subhanaw taala doesn't say, Okay. The mother of Masada is alive. She's devastated waiting for that moment the hedgehog comes back

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from us.

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And the woman from excepts

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we brought him back to his mother. Somehow Allah, Allah fulfilled his promise.

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But he left his mother with fee. He came back to his mother was a security robuck.

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The mother of Masada SLM costume in that river with fear and concern

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brings back that baby feeder is littered with full respect and honor, security and safety Oreos. And the one that you're running away from and trying to hide the kid you're trying to hide the baby from is the one that was protecting your baby. I mean, Allah Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala works in mysterious ways. You know, if you want to plan something like this, you want to orchestrate something like this, not on a million knees, you'll succeed.

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Not in a Melanie's, you'll succeed, but a lot of handle data plans on the laws of Hamilton in the missile planners for that no, in our case,

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we brought him back to his mother so she could be happy and satisfied and not to be concerned while

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and for her to know what Allah has promised. A lot fulfilled. Allah had delivered gang cast him in that river in that chest would bring him back to Panama, you think she had the full screen? She's a Bolivian woman. But when you think about it, when you think about it logically and rationally that this job is gone forever, it's not gonna come back. No way you think about what's the percentage of this job, you put yourself in a position you put your son or your daughter or your baby in that chest and you put him in that river? What's the percentage of the stock come back? 0.01%

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but with 100%

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further now

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carvanha doesn't want

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to know that when Allah subhanaw taala promises Allah subhanaw taala fulfills his promise. What can Allah Most people don't know?

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Most people don't know. Now where's Musa? He's in the household

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under the care of his mum,

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biological mum

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to the extent that after mousai Sarah was brought back and returned back to his mother straightaway he grabbed that breast and sacral donor

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is is refusing the breaths

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so the wife of Iran offers the mother of Musa she doesn't know that the mother Musa they were just shocked she said come to my palace and come and live on the market Mr. palace I'll take care of you just take care of my son, your son. You want to tell me that your son? Okay, no worries.

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Come into my palace. come and live I

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live in my beautiful mansion. So the mother of Mazal replies and I've got kids I've got family I've got a husband I can't so what do they facilitate

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no bring Musab a salon to the mother to the original Milan masala Salaam during the day, then they come and take him back at night lives in the palace of Musa and in the care of the mother of Musa lives in the palace of Fatah and comes under the care and and

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then looking under the care of being taken care of by his mom during the day so Pamela

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and now masala Salaam grows up

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Obviously there are narrations and logic. When you think about it. Sooner or later Moosa knew his mom, because that's his breastfeeding mother. She's the one that took care of him when he was young. Moosa, near the end of the day, even when he was young, he knew what's going on. But Allah subhanaw taala is preparing him for something. So he grew up in the household fell

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under his five, under his mum, under his mother, so masala grew up as a believer as a Muslim, because, yes, he's living in a house.

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But then forget Allah subhanaw taala return them back to his mother. So his mother took care of him, not only she breastfed him, but she also took care of him. She brought him up as a believer, and Moser knew who's his mom and Musa knew what his religion and he knew everything, but didn't disclose that he stayed. He stayed in the palace of philon.

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And you could imagine musalla a salon growing up in that palace, which palace for our one of the most powerful people on the face of this earth, back then, in the care of around, but under the face of his original Paris, and Mussolini. Salamis is a prophet a messenger Allah subhanaw taala is preparing him for the prophets prophecy. So obviously he wasn't a proper messenger when he was young, but Allah is preparing the minister papers, they have the best of qualities he had the best of characteristics. He had good traits in him. He was a wise man respectful man, a young man switched on.

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A man with ethics or morals. Small lucky does prophets and messengers a bunch of thugs and gangsters then they you know, they just find their way and a lot uses them doesn't work that way. A lot is the best of people to be the best of people. So masayoshi son is when he was in, in the household of four out he wasn't a proper messenger, but was preparing him for the prophecy of messenger for the prophecy of Mr. Jude. So obviously, he was a good man. Wise Men, respectful man, honorable man, well mannered men.

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Musa alayhis salam grows up in the household until he reaches the teenage ease. Mousavi Salam became the second in charge in the palace of Iran, which means it was second in charge in Egypt.

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The Egyptians intuitively never digested him because he looks like from Benny's raw in like the color of his skin. his facial resemblance he looks like from Benny slide there was always that doubt about masala is Salam.

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Allah Subhana Allah says, Allah subhanho wa Taala

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masala Salah had reached the age of puberty and it began strong and fit. Tina hochma winema we gave him wisdom we gave him knowledge. So you could imagine masala Salah before the prophecy by the age of 1819 is old teenage youth is Masada. Islam was was a knowledgeable, he was respected. There was a lot of loose cannon or a thug or you know, a troublemaker, a minister. None of us hoekman winema

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says he had wisdom. He had knowledge he was from amongst the righteous people.

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But Allah subhanaw taala wanted to test him but that test is preparation. That test is what he has his test.

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It's a predicament.

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It's a challenge. It's a difficulty. It's hardship. But it's also preparation. It's all part of the preparation.

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What the hell Almudena tala hain is have let him in early now the big test comes

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one day during Mid Day. We're in their culture people during mid day the Gaslight

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people get to sleep you know Arabs even to this day, some countries like they work from 11 to 12 then they take a break from 12 to four then they get back to work four to six Mashallah very hardworking people. No of course anyway. So it's still in their culture where people sleep on midday well we know as kalola and even the Coptic some of the Egyptian people even been in that culture way midday because it's hot people that want to work under the sun. So the guy arrest take show shelter, and then they come after us for example, in in the late afternoon. Allah subhanaw taala speaks about this incident, which is a big test for masala Salah it's preparation for the prophecy, what the

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Medina tala hayneedle have let them in earlier he entered the city, which is the city that masala was living in, during a moment where most people were asleep, resting or at least taking shelter, taking cover.

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during that time, which is during during the middle of the day, where most people are in their homes, most people are sleeping most people are resting. And most people not on the street and not on the road, not in the public. He walked through the city during that time, there were two men fighting

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about each other.

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is from the optics, the other is from Benny's life. Another word was spread around amongst the Egyptians and amongst Israelis. The inner this man, he is second in charge. He is the son of around he's not from the countries he's from many his life. So the word is there people were talking about it because you're talking about a prominent figure. He's like the son of the king. So people knew him masala is set up amongst themselves in this journey that this man is from us. And the people from the optics that also knew that this person is not really from us. We're talking about classy, but at the end of the day, he is the son of Brown, who the law corner he's a man of authority. He's

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a man of advantages.

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He enters the city during that time where the streets are empty. But there are two men, one from Benny Israel in LA from the Egyptians from the coptics they were fighting

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each other. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says, first of all, let him in. She's

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the one from Venezuela. He knows what against the coop take he called upon musasa for help and support. So Mossad Isilon intervene, intervene to stop the fight. But mosa was a tough blog. He was a tough man. And some narrations even said he had the strength of 10 men. He pushed the Coptic away from the Israeli but that push in the redeem finished him.

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He pushed the Coptic away from the Israeli, he ended with him and finished him off. He was gone miskeen His head was

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killed him. Masada didn't intend for the

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masala is another plan for the Masai Salaam was planning for is to push the Egyptian away from the Israeli and obviously the Egyptian in his view. He is the superior one to the Israeli because Israel is a slave team. So he had a bit of the advantage already had the moral advantage or not moral advantage, that that motivation he had the mentality in his saw, it's a moral advantage, but it's not really our moral advantage. But that's how we looked at it. And that's why masala is a lamb straightaway he ran and pushed the Egyptian away from the Israeli but that push finished him killed him

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for workers who Moosa

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samosa was shocked

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and what's the proven evidence that was already set up to do that? He said, I'm an ominous shape on

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the Egyptian he pushed him away from the Israeli and he killed him.

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And he said this is the action of the bomb. It wasn't planned by masala he said to kill him

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to kill him. And that's why most repent them. I said have them and I'm gonna say this is the action and the act of the shaper in the

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movie. See what the shape arm made me resolve to

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because some people might interpret it and say masala is a landmark he pushed him and he meant to kill him.

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And that's why he

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knew he just pushed him but spamela unplanned push, accidental push that killed him. Keep in mind he was very strong.

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be in tune FC definitely. He's trying to repent. Allah says Allah oppressed and transgressed against myself, so forgive me. So Allah subhanaw taala accepted this repentance because it was sincere and genuine, ever his repentance or loss of power straightaway said straightaway Allah gave you guaranteed because it was sincere about it not because his name is Moosa and not because Allah is preparing him for the prophecy or not because what lies from Benny slide because it was genuine, it was sincere repentance.

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The man did not mean astronomer Prince the laws of Herodotus Allah says Allah in Arabic means straightaway Allah forgave him. In the hawala for Rahim, Allah is the most forgiving, the Most Merciful. Color be the man.

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And he asked him, I said, Allah, this power, this strength, this physical strength that you had bestowed upon me. I will never ever let any oppressor

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Or any disbeliever or any criminal or any disability take advantage of. So Pamela genuineness

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you know these days when someone is big and strong becomes a bully,

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the take advantage of Allah subhanaw taala given them you see someone who's smaller to you in size or weaker t personality straightaway take advantage of them. And look at masala Salam says, Allah ye had given me this physical power

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and materialistic power because he's considered to me, the son of around is the second most powerful man in Egypt. I will never allow people who are criminals, disobedience, disbelievers sinners to take advantage of this. The only thing that I allowed to take advantage of this is more religion panela taco

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taco philosophy panatela made you stronger than someone else. Don't bully someone knows, but be support for those who have been oppressed, then be the oppressor. If Allah subhanaw taala has given you financial advantage over other people then can enslave other people. So Pamela Luca masala Islam color baby man, I'm Talia Phelan akuna, here on image Romania, Allah, from what you had bestowed upon me, this physical strength, this materialistic strength, this authority, I will never allow it to be used as a backup to the oppressors and the sinners.

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But now he's an musala is

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isn't a predicament,

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he killed someone. And obviously, he killed someone from the Egyptians. These are the hierarchies of Egypt.

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And there's only one person that knows about the

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obviously the entire city knows that someone has been murdered.

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But no one knows who really killed him except

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that Israeli opposition that was fighting against the Egyptian he's the only one that knows that. It's most of that killed the Egyptian.

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And now

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the Egyptian authority for arms authority, I look out again for Donna hunt. can't kill someone walk away, especially if it's one man in his life that killed him. Nah, no one's gonna accept that. So the word is around

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that someone has been murdered, and the hunt is on its way but no one knows except that Israeli that was fighting against him that Mossad Isilon protected him or helped him for us by half in Medina de haut Eva Tara Cobb masala Salaam stayed in the city scape

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looking over his shoulder concern maybe the word will come out maybe this Israeli gang give me in maybe this maybe that yaakob looking around take us concerned obviously like he knows that he did something wrong unintentionally but obviously if they get hold of him he's gonna pay the price

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for us perhaps in Medina California to lockup for either let the stones arrabal MC, yes. The

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following day, he was walking in the middle of the day in that city. The same is Riley. That I've gotten into the trouble he's working with

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the boys getting a big head.

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He thought yesterday he managed to power some cryptic because you're not considered to be inferior to the Egyptians you're superior. Now Masai Salaam is walking in the city

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of the city that I was living in in the middle of the day and now the same person that fought against the Egyptian is fighting against another Egyptian.

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Every samosa,

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Massara Santa

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Paula homosassa in the Caledonia movie in LA and the trouble comes out of

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your deceiver and the trouble that comes out of it. So Mossad a Salaam came with good intention display, he came to stop the fight. But when most of the Israeli that most I helped the day before he looked because the Israeli knows no one knows about moves on a salon and he called the Egyptian except team and he saw in the eyes of Musa anger. He thought that was coming to him. And he saw what masa is able to do a luxury item save.

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So what did he say in front of the other Egyptian Formosa to redo and Atlantic America Talton of sambil amps in front of the other Egyptians I was working with almost a committee kill me the way he killed the Egyptian person yesterday.

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The other one

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so what do the other one do? He let go of the four and straightaway ran off Ortiz ran

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to inform them you know the murderer and the criminal they happen the drunk to find and you're on the hunt and searching for him that killed the Egyptian person yesterday. It's proven evidence

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Subhan Allah

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The test is just escalating. Yes, it's a test. But keep something in mind it's preparation for, for the big jump. It's part of the training process

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AMS into a new

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Israeli that masala he said I'm held the day before and now I was coming to help him again but he got scared that Moses gonna come in and Bash him or maybe even kill him. He said you know what you want to come and kill me the way you can summon yesterday the Egyptian man you Moosa with the strength that you've got, you're just such a bully. Again, you just want to cause some you just want to cause trouble and mischief on the face of this earth and either want to be from amongst those who want to reconsider and help other people.

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So that's what happened. So the word we're now who's that criminal and murderer or the suspect that we are looking for, for killing the Egyptian the day before Moosa proven evidence and reach to the authorities now for obviously, he's looking forward to that moment to have something on masala from the very beginning, but it is what that's always pressuring me. What's up Sam Medina TSR. Talia Musa in tamina became one of the Egyptian seniors. He's from the authorities from the palace. He's from the hierarchies of Egypt, he always he always wanted Musa and he had good relationship with Musa now obviously is hearing within that circle of authority, that now that's it, you have to go and capture

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there's a warrant

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to capture Moosa and bring him to justice. So he came and leaked that to masala Salama told them or Musa the Egyptian authority is after so what do you advise me to do?

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Get out of the city Get out of here Leave the entire city in the entire country before they catch you why because if they catch you they're gonna kill you.

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The rule the law easy to get killed for her Raja Minh ha ha.

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samosa insulin fled the city and the country scared concerned yaakob are no local watching. concerned.

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And then musalla Islam leaves Egypt depending on Allah subhanaw taala we said he was a believer color up in a genie mineral COVID volume and he said oh last ama from the tribe or the people of aggression, Allah saved me from the criminals Yella Sami from the oppressors. So he left Egypt towards Palestine. And he went to the city of shrine. What's the name of the city of LA I met Dan was back about two weeks ago. He said he lived in a city called Madhya, but he arrived in the city of Medina which is the center of tribe after Allah subhanaw taala destroyed the city and then they resettled in the city again, the city of madeon. Well, what are the Medina? What are the LA Mata

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mina nesea spoon?

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Allah subhanaw taala speaks about the second phase of the story of Musa alayhis salam in which Allah subhanaw taala also says that masala is Salam went towards the city that cities outside Egypt which for our had no jurisdiction in he hadn't if you want to embed a elevator, but musala lift the entire city and the entire Empire and nation of for all together and save himself he needs to save him so he needs to protect himself say left Egypt towards Palestine to the city of meridian with another phase of the life of Masada. Islam starts in madeon. And that's another phase which is another preparation for the prophecy, sir amazing, so exciting. so beautiful, so inspirational. We'll talk

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about it next week. The zakum Allah Subhana Allah, Masha Allah Allah Allah and Allah to you like

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versus destiny. Jenna, Jenna, Jenna Jenna