Sulaiman Moola – The Sun That Never Set

Sulaiman Moola
AI: Summary © The importance of writing in a structured and rewarded environment is emphasized in Islam, as it is crucial for men and women to be recognized. The holy month is highlighted as a source of safety for men and women, as it is crucial to be recognized. The Prophet sallama's birth, including the discovery of the beast's birth in July and August, is discussed, as it is crucial for the Prophet's teachings and the need for cooperation in addressing issues related to the beast.
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Bismillah many Rahimi

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In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

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wa salatu salam aleikum wa rahmatullah amin Nabina. Muhammad Ali. He was Harvey Romani he, he,

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he did

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a great honor and privilege to be present this morning here at the youth Serbia conference that is to take place and his comments yesterday. And to endeavor to conduct this workshop, I must put in record my gratitude to Chef usofa and the team around him. I would be slipping up precisely on the names of the brothers and sisters that have been working relentlessly to make this dream a vision and a reality. It has been a bit premature, an early release of a soft launch, because time was against us, but due to the fact that I was attending this event, after much deliberation, it was felt that it might be an opportune time, hence, we had this early launch. So inshallah today like we

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would typically have in any other workshop, focusing around the importance of studying, connecting and drawing practical lessons from the rich, and the flawless legacy of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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We are in a world where we are bombarded with so much information. And there's so much at our disposal, that sometimes we forget

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that everything has been contained, and conveyed to us by the master sallallahu wasallam himself will have been one of the rocky mahmudullah mentioning about the profound intelligence of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said in the Allahu taala of the Jamia nurserymen but it dunia in a

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minute naka de Giambi, actually he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam illa cohabitee wrongly Min veiny reminded dunia that the combined intelligence of the entire world from the inception of the universe to its ultimate destruction is like one dust particle and the exclusive intellect of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam is like the desert of the entire world. The deserts, the sand, the dust, it is beyond it is in finite, it is limitless. That is the description given by what have you been one of the rahimullah regarding the intellect and the intelligence of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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Jose 5 million Monrovia man who makes mentioned in one narration which is recorded in both Bukhari and Muslim, he said karma phenol Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam katiba the Prophet sallallahu wasallam once addressed a congregation of Sahaba Metallica and yaku roofie makani he danika olatuja Missa Ilaha disobey

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has been half an hour who want to see your humaneness do anything and everything that was to occur and prevail from that day till the Day of Yama, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam spelt it out in great detail. Those of my companions who register it, they know it well. And those who tragically have forgotten it have unfortunately forgotten it. Well, after the honeymoon as hobby hula we're in Nevada Jaco Domingo Shay, oh, Kadena. See, there are certain occurrences, predictions prophecies, which he sallallahu wasallam had prophesies, which momentarily I have forgotten.

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Just like if a person is familiar with someone, and then you have a bit of a separation, you lose touch with him. Subsequently you see him and when you look at him, you recognize him you register him and you go down memory lane and you realize okay, this is exactly what I know this man and we share a rich legacy. Pretty much like that. There are many occurrences which the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and prophesized, which momentarily have slipped my mind and thought, but as they start unfolding before me, immediately, it strikes a chord with me It rings a bell with me to say this is exactly what the prophet sallallahu wasallam had told us.

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And I registered, comma, yes guru was originally

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from Morocco. Just like when you lose a man, there's a gap. And when you see him, you recognize him. So

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it is imperative that we reconnect ourselves, our first revelation being extra, where we've been impressed upon us, and encouraged by the revelation that came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. That really, it is vital, it's integral, it's imperative that we read, and we become those who connect ourselves with the correct dose. Obviously, in reading, it is imperative that we read the correct literature that gives us the correct message. And really speaking, I was in UK the other day and a brother gave me a book authored by some Western author who is a great writer in terms of leadership, and he speaks on the leadership abilities of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam, and

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Mashallah it's a great book in the sense that he has only focused on the abilities and the skills and the charisma of the master sallallahu wasallam as a leader, and this is the the wholesome package that Allah had created in the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So the eye with which we look the lenses with which we look, we will find that direction and that message in him, if the eye is to look as a tutor, but with two more andina, Allah has sent me as a tutor. If the eye is to look as a husband, then Subhana Allah He was the greatest of partners, spouses and husbands that you could ever receive. And in the eyes of a father, then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the

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lowest of all dads are the noblest of all parents or guardians that could ever traverse this earth. So, tiny time is obviously of essence and like I said, this is a selection of Satan of my lectures that I had been given over a period of time. And again, my gratitude to matava for adapting it from audio to book format, because obviously in in in audio, the sentiments the emotions of the arranger is also plays a positive role in influencing the audience. Whereas in when when one adapts it to a book format, often the luxury of speaking has to be then complemented by synonyms and much adaption has to take place. So I'm optimistic from Allah that as he has made benefits spread from the simple

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talk and the humble deliverance may allow this legacy to equally continue and may be a means of us drawing closer to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and ultimately, whatever is given in the cause, which the Arabic poet said my in Modesto Mohammed empty Makati Welcome back to Makati mohammedi that I cannot possibly encapsulate the richness of his position. But I am hopeful that by praising him or mentioning him, it's actually loading my writings by allowing his name to be included in it. So it's more an attribute to the book to have his blessing name. It's more an attribute to the speaker to speak about him, then then and a praise to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam because Allah subhanho wa Taala has praised him lavishly, what is a crock we have elevated your abode, and we have we have granted you the loftiest position.

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So we commenced starting on the first topic that we have the an unmatched impact and legacy. I'm sure the brothers and sisters will follow with me on page 10. And we will just try and run through it briefly. And like I always say the key thing is when we study the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and I even impressed this on my students, when I conduct the dose of Quran is to create the relevance with our lives to create the relevance with our lives. We could speak about

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the strange practices of the pagan error and follow up on them and say how strange how foolish How naive how incorrect how inconceivable. Yet, in a modified version, we perpetrate a more heinous crime than them, we commit a more severe crime and offense than them. So when we look at the wrongs, we need to look at it with our own eyes. And when we look at the great things, we need to look with the either how I can improve my life. And this is the thing when unfortunately, we have fallen short. So we commence on the greatness of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah perpetual blessings be upon him in Metallica. I'm just reminded of a beautiful quotation that the

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author Alemany Sufi has mentioned there that will lead when movida was amongst those disbelievers and infidels who had leveled nasty things against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And

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when he spoke ill and he accused the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Allah

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Billa of insanity, Allah subhanho wa Taala exposed 10 of these evils. Allah subhanho wa Taala di bow and reveal 10 of these nasty traits. And the author writes so beautifully and I really love this quotation. He said that this is the system of Allah when you send salutations on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and you say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then suddenly Allah will be harsh. Allah will send 10 mercies upon you, and in the same breath, and in the same vein, if you endeavor to blemish because you cannot blemish its impeccable but if you foolishly endeavor to blemish the pristine life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Then by the explanation of this stain in the

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Quran, Allah will expose 10 of your evils

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lubman arabelle Willie do an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was off of Allah will be ashati receivers. When Waleed intended blemish in the noble life of Muhammad Rasul Allah exposed him a blood Now, over the long run, Homer said

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I am not aware of any person in the Quran, who has been exposed so graphically in such an unpleasant manner as Willie has been exposed, and this is due to the fact that he had leveled a nasty word of insanity against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So throughout history, Allah has dealt personally with people who have ridicu His servants his pious servants, and in particular the the prophets and the greatest of all mankind, the paragon of Allah's creation. There are many prominent personalities shown throughout history who have each benefited mankind during their respective lives. Some of them have also left a profound impact on the world after the demise, and we cannot deny that they are Muslims or non Muslims. hatin Tai Chi is a person's generosity. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam had spoken about, he had acknowledged him he had spoken in fact, in the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam were once the daughter of Hakeem

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and her brother, her sibling were captured. They were the captives of a particular battle. And this girl came before the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And she said, Oh, Muhammad, sallAllahu wasallam. I am the daughter of the most generous man in Arabia, his father, her father was late. It was the pre Islamic era. But I'm just saying the man's generosity is engraved and entrenched in the books of history. His name is synonymous to generosity speak of heart into and generosity comes. And we need to acknowledge when somebody has a good and that's the beauty of Islam. That's the beauty way Islam exposes the ills of others. Islam also in its candid nature, compliments the good of others, amin,

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Nikita, the man in

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New York de la, woman for men in America beginner in de la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. All the people of the book are not the same. Some are very honest. Some have great levels of trustworthiness in them, leave a treasure with them. pinbar de la, the man is honest, he's respectful, he's diligent. Well, there are others that are not the same. That woman woman in a man will be the norm. If you leave one day not you would be lucky if you get it back. Lisa, Lisa Saba, we don't paint them with a common brush when we are

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a studio. And this is the beauty of Islam. And we need to do this is this the teachings of Islam, that if a person has certain ills, that while we address those evils, we do not become blind to the good of that person. We do not become blind. And I think unfortunately, we are grappling with this year. I say this in my marriage, it is causes often when we dissolve in a marriage, and it had an active healthy relation for 2030 years. And for the last five years or a decade, it has become sour. We ignore the two decades of a healthy marriage. And we forget that that's the father to the kids or that's the biological mom to the kids. So the prophets of Allah Islam acknowledge having died, this

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girl came up and she said, Do you know me? The prophet SAW said no, I'm not too familiar with what she said. I am the daughter of the late atem whose generosity extends across Arabia. And today I intercede through the agency of the generosity of my late father

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Subhana Allah and from this, what do we learn? We love my brothers and sisters, that the greatest legacy we can leave for our children is conduct more than wealth.

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I will share

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With your quotation that just comes to my mind now.

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The prophet SAW some acknowledged, and he said your dad had the attribute of true believers. generosity. I was just reading a quotation while I was flying up,

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that there is nothing that is more deplorable. And there is nothing that the devil despises more than generosity in the believer.

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And there is nobody that is closer to the devil or an ally to the devil or an associate to the devil than a mazing believer, a believer who doesn't spend who withholds and hoards. Moreover, Nikolas had an amazing thing. He said, Don't aspire for the amenities of others. But if they gift it to you don't deny it. And after receiving it, don't hoard it.

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SubhanAllah look at these people's words how profound they were. Don't let your gaze roam on the things of others, Medina hayleigh, Xena filmography Cara mahina and female coochie sama was one of the narration of the if you sit and look at this man's wealth, and that means a pie and this person's degree, then you collapse in the esteem of Allah. But if somebody gives you something, if it is you, then accept it, but don't take it as a gift from Allah to pass on.

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So the prophets, Allah Some said your dad had the quality of true believers.

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And because of the generosity of your late father, I have fun in you,

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as you said, but what about me, I've got my whole tribe with me and this is a girl and again, so much negative propaganda is been promoted

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against Islam been attributed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But we don't realize we don't realize and we don't contextualize people object on the mourning period of a woman that she has to go through after the loss of her husband for months, 10 days. But if you look into the background of these Ayah will Latina youth have found a meaningful way as our own as Raja was telling me as well gee him Mata Ll Howdy, Raj in power Jana Salah Juna Aleykum, FEMA, FEMA, fusina, me Maru, the Romans, the pagan added the practice was when a woman lost her husband, she would stay indoors for a year.

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Islam, dignified her honored her, gave her like one sister wrote a beautiful article on the waiting period. And I really caught my eye. She said, it is your therapist, waiting, waiting with whom she's waiting with the Lord.

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She's not in isolation, she's not in seclusion. She's not been marginalized. She is a creator.

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And it is in harmony with the nature and the temperament of a woman that Allah has given a time and space, to overcome her emotions, to find solace to connect with her creator, given the makeup that Allah has made for her. So the pagan Arab would impose on the woman of that time with Islam, dignified it and reduced it to four months and 10 days if she has been widowed. And in the case of the divorce, solicitor guru, as the Quran emphatically elaborates on this, the purpose or some economics of the system, and you said, I respect you.

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And she said, what about all the other fellow women of my tribe? And he said, I have part in you because of the generosity of your late father, and I have pardoned the other woman and men of your tribe because of your intercession.

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And then she goes back to her brother ID, and she says, My brother has come in from this noblest human being, I'm coming from the noblest human being, and people rave about presidential father.

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people rave about presidential pardon.

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And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. It's an insult to match his pattern with any pattern. And when she goes, You see when he when he forgave someone, it was a genuine, it was sincere, it was honest. It was not a trap. It was not a bait. It was not there to new you. It was clean and pure. The profound nature of that quality had its own effect, but at the time he displayed it, he did it out of the wholesome of his nature. He did it out of the goodness of his nature.

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When Omar Abdulaziz Rahim Allah was in his fatal illness, the second Homer

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live in the city.

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I read this myself, I think it's in the second volume. His period was a different period. It was almost the return of the period of waterfire Rashidi.

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It was almost the return in between we had the period of Ajanta if you're familiar with history, and you can turn the pages of history as we flip through them

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and that era

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was riddled with challenges and anarchy and killing and massacre.

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So a shepherd comes through the well is mentioned intimacy likability, and as he brings his flock there he finds this a wolf den and this sheep there at the well, peculiar science strange one would devour the other one will prey on the other.

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So the shepherd says Mata is going to win.

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Since when did the wolf and sheep make peace? So a person passing by said, his name is Stella Hawa.

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When the shepherd made peace with his creator, then the wolf and the sheep made peace on this earth.

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If you and I make peace with our Creator, there's two ways of addressing issues. One is address the individual himself and one is rectify your relation with the creation and he will rectify the relation of the creation with you.

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And we've tried to rectify people and we have failed a because we lack the correct etiquettes we don't have the correct approach among

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the homogeneity windows Faker financiera D was an independent industry soccer field hockey in the news Fabien and Nancy know minute Toby Silla is Dima. But if you want to advise me, take me in a corner with respect love and diplomacy and I'm all yours I listen to you head to toe. But if you expose me, you ridicule me, you condemn me, then I won't even allow one ledger to enter my body leave alone effect change. So how about even apologies was a very, very great man is mentioned about him

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that when he had just become the Khalifa, he told his you know, God's the butler that just keep everyone clear of me. I had a busy night I need to retire to bed. And often this is what I'm saying sisters, this is what I'm saying brothers we need to read the lines of these people to inspire us. So often it happens with me that I'm exhausted and tired I had a long day and I want to drop to bed and I know how exhausted I am. And then you can see a text message or a WhatsApp that has come in and it is such a painful cry of a brother or sister who is in a crisis or in some victim or some situation. And when we read the legacy or we read the rich lines of these people, then it inspires

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us to say that what I've done is very little look at this man. This is where we take solace. This is where we take direction from this is where we take inspiration from

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so he gets to bed he tells the butler just keep everyone aside

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and there's a knock on the door who's in the center. Sleeping is just coming to office is not a bash is not inauguration is not a banquet is not a big festival. It's a simple thing is coming to power and is now you know, in the driving safe. It is sunny. Abdul Malik 1718 years of age, tell my dad I need to speak to him.

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Okay, your dad apologizes and excuses himself. He says that he is sleeping. And when he awakens at the time of God prayer, he will attend to you You are his son and give you priority. It is okay to just whisper to my dad, man like be

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in the hurry.

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That good luck we'll meet all the time, who gives you the guarantee and the assurance that you will live to see the bar of today.

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Historians write

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a poverty note in beignet. This statement of this boy jolted his dead. It revived him it awakened him. And that was the end of sleep in American apologies for his entire philosophy through the motivation of his son. When the point comes in, he embraces him. And he says Alhamdulillah Hilary will be majoring in Niala Dini, I'm grateful to Allah has given me such offspring. He's given me such children, that if I just deviate immediately, they bring me back onto the line and they put me on to focus. And he says that are you going to sleep uh, to read to an intern who kubla and it was done in Bhavani. In America, there are people who have been exploited and abused and there's a long

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history of the vulnerability if you won't stand up, then you are no different to those who use succeeds.

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disease was in the fatal illness and bring it back to the point that I was saying of Hatem time we speaking about there are many people who have profound effects. And we need to leave we need to leave a legacy my brother we need to leave a legacy my sister, we came we lived we did our things and we moved on. Well then even the animal creation comes stays for a period of time and moves on. But what is history what is the legacy and I often say it is better than history or myth.

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Our name then remembers us in a nasty way.

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It is rather than wipe us out of the page of history that we don't feature in the textbooks, then leaving behind an evil legacy, and the ideal would be to leave a good legacy. Even the Navy of Allah made that what jolly Lisa has within Siri what Gianni Marathi gelatine? What's

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the thing? Oh, my Lord, that my name continued that my name continue.

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And the real honor is that your name continues in this world and in Africa. Allah subhanho wa Taala speaks about Saison. I brought him in the 20th Jews in Sudan Caboose, that Athena Who? Who finished dunya.

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In a tener un has an idea that we favored Ibrahim with goodness in this world, meaning he was lauded and acknowledged and praised by the followers of all faiths, all divine faiths. Were in Noblesville, after the delimiter saga. That's besides the elevated abode, he enjoys an ultra. So he calls his children up, he summons them and he says, Listen,

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I haven't left behind much well for you. In fact, there wasn't enough adequate dinars to give each one. This is what what's what's recorded, but in the

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middle muslimeen, limiting him in the Oh, my name.

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But I've left behind a legacy that whenever you walk by in the world, or my son, or my daughter, people will respect you salute you acknowledge you Muslim and non Muslim because of the character of your late father.

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And that's a greater legacy and it's more well, that your children would live with the richness of your values. Apart from the fact that if you live piety, this is mentioned by Muhammad implemented in the greater Bay Area in the 16 Jews, where Allah subhanho wa Taala speaks about the preservation of the wealth of those orphans jido una linea de manera, Phil Medina waka

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waka Abu masala ha, the beneath this wall was the treasures belonging to two orphans, and Alon had dos. Allah dos does the great creation.

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Right? He was known because whenever he would sit there and it would become green and lush.

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Allah had said to him that don't let this wall collapse strengthen this wall so that the treasures of these orphans remain protected. Why? What kind of abou Masada because their late father was a pious man. So as a offshoot, and as an acknowledgment, and as a spin off to the nobility and the piety of the late father, Allah preserve the wealth and treasures of the history after his demise. And Muhammad has written in the law if the module is solid, well,

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he would do

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that because of the piety of a man allowed to protect him, his children, his grandchildren, and even the people around. So the point i'm saying is the beauty of Islam is that different people that have made different impacts in life, and where, where a person deserves a grace, then we must be bold enough to acknowledge them. We must be we must be candid enough. We must have the muscle and the strength. I quote this English quotation very often, a proud person is one who feels injured when others are praised. He feels violated, it doesn't have the muscle and the strength to use somebody else been acknowledged. Whether he's a contemporary or someone else, he cannot raise other people.

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That's a sign of a very selfish human. That's a sign of a very, very narrow the heart. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam was generous by every definition. In fact, it's easier to be generous by monetary definition than by prizes. To give money is very easy, but to praise people is not easy. It's difficult. It takes a lot of strength, and charisma and courage from the person. However, there's only one Paragon without exception in the annals of history that not only benefited creation during and after his lifetime, but in fact before his very birth as well. So hon Allah Subhana, Allah an unborn child, the child hasn't yet arrived, and things are happening on this earth. Things

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are being shaped and arranged and coordinated for the grand arrival of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. This personality is none other than Muhammad. sallallahu wasallam is the only person through whom Allah blessings in divine favor were experienced by others.

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This even once he was an unborn child, these blessings were first manifest in Arabia followed by the rest of the world. That is why the Quran addressing the makin said that you oppose him you're supposed to be the most proud person in the holodeck. Good luck when you

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were in

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Dhaka when he told me that the Camino Mohammed sauce and the car being in the Arabic language, it's an honor for you it has brought the Arab nation on the map. It has put them on the global stage, because the men Mohamed Salah Allah was was an hour, so you should be running around him and not opposing him. A common form of praise for an individual is that they are loved and respected by everyone. We come and say, oh, everybody loves him. everybody appreciates him. Everybody knows him. When we say everybody, we mean those living close to him. Those living in a radius where he stays is his family, his friends, his associates, everyone doesn't literally mean literally every person

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there would be those that would oppose him. This would apply to people such as ourselves, meaning you say he's loved by all the average mortal, but for the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, we must acknowledge that the statement was taken to its most literal definition. He was loved and adored by every beam creature and object. This is why the master sallallahu wasallam said he has a buena boo, this mountain of offered loves us and we are fond of it. This lifeless, inanimate object this mountain we have a sense of belonging. today so much has been said about eco friendly and they talking about preserving nature. You would be amazed to know how much our Navy had preserved and

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protected the nature and the environment to the extent that even in an active battle, a flowering tree was not to be cut off.

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A fruit bearing tree was not to be chopped off the Prophet sallallahu Simms teachings the Francis young Shona Hillel out of the homeowner, the manner in which you walk on this earth is noise pollution, this pollution of so many things that are taking place, the teachings of Islam in that time as well, when a person would relieve himself, it would be at a remote location protecting the preservation of environment. Today it's modified its flowery language it is you know what appealing to the eye. And it's, it's, it's it's, you know, soothing to the ears. But if you really study the richness of the protection of environment by the teachings of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, you will

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be amazed to know that all these fundamental teachings were put into dedicated books that speak about it as well. So a sense of belonging, a sense of attachment, a sense of, you know, proximity to a mountain has an agenda Do you have a bow? Often today we go and Mashallah the pilgrims are embarking and many have converged and may or may accept their their heads respectively. We often go to these locations but we don't know the hits the rich history behind it. We don't understand what was offered. We are part of a information that is given to us. We need to know who stood on this mountain. We need to know what had happened there were the arches were posted and from which you

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know site did the army of

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Islam at that time infiltrate etc. So the point we saying here is the Association and the love of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was literally by everything, said not to be a man who said Mr.

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Ramadan, Ilaha salatu salam, Aleykum

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Selam Aleykum. And we would rotate our gaze and look around, and then we realize it's a tree greeted him at his innovation in terms of number one was walking.

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And then a villager came up to him. And he said, Are you the Prophet of Allah? And he said, Yes, of course. And he said, What's the proof? And the researcher said, okay, around me there's nothing much but it's the stream. And if you find with it, I just get these three to give testimony.

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And he said, Fine, have you ever read the narration myself? So Nabi sallallahu wasallam, the gesture the three four acapella

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the tree came is cutting through the ground, and came right behind him right before the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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And we need to understand that these miracles and I think it's addressed in the book because I've spoken briefly on it as well. This is an integral article of our faith, the miracle, the supernatural performances of the bubbles allottee element, and Interstellar Othmani is such a beautiful thing written there, under in the 27 Jews where the prophet SAW some split the moon to one shuttle cover in the footnotes of this is selected that many modernists would like to oppose an object on the splitting of them.

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And the one thing logical dimension to it. And the first thing right so beautifully miracle is something which is strange, peculiar, unusual, supernatural.

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So if it is something that jives with the logic, easy to understand something to that then is not a burrito.

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The whole thing is it's a miracle. In Arabic we refer to it as mortgages. What is mortgages mortgages are just

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that which makes you a helpless, feeble, you are unable to produce it. That is the literal meaning if you dissect it, and look at the semantics of the word would appreciate it, that the word marches are in Arabic means defeated, it is defeated. You have this is beyond us. This is above us. This is supernatural. So a miracle is something which is supernatural. If it is common, it's regular, its average that is allegorical.

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Anyway, the tree comes before the Prophet sallahu wa Salaam Alaikum. Ashima said unto Rasulullah You are the Prophet of Allah, and you are the final messenger of Allah of Allah, the process of looks at the village, have you heard it? Was it audible happening or done is that yes, there is a some sort of you can make your way back. You can make your way back. I mean, today you cannot even ask for your timing. And you cannot even signal your boy and say like, come here, talking to me, I'm busy. And it doesn't happen and so on the law, the prophets Allah His input is just anything and immediately it would respond and it would come to him. So this is the the love that every creation

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had to the master sallallahu sallam. As for the messenger, Muhammad Salah, awesome, he was not any simple child. He was the epitome of all the successful qualities in every stage of life. I mean, reflect over this ayah when Satan or Moosa came in the basket, and Pharaoh wanted to apprehend him and intercept him, and because of that he had issued the killing of children innocently. Now, the system have a lot to protect cedra Moosa was very amazing. And the Quran speaks about it in the 16 Jews in Surah Taha and another name of Sukhothai. So the clean there are these multiple names of the of the sutras of the Quran. And sometimes you know, it's not even known to people who would assume

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that we have knowledge, there are different different names to these chapters.

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So what was the measure that Allah had instituted for the protection of Satan a Muslim is a little baby is floating in the basket sailing into Robben Island. And the intelligence of throne is all around whenever

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as miraculous as annalena arise, these people were very vigilant, they were hands on, they had the smelling ability of an end which is known to be phenomenal.

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So when when Pharaoh looked at Satan, Abu Salim, salat wa salam, the Quran said, Well, I

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mean, he wanted to SNA IE,

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that almost I had cast such beauty on your face, that even your most hostile enemy was compared to love you, given the radiance of your face, the beauty on your face, there wasn't a presence of high security. And you know what he's been monitored here and his two way radios and they are, you know, controlling or regulating or steering this little basket. Allah with such love, beauty attraction, that you look at it and just blown away by this man is blown away, you just consumed and that's when you look at a child the innocence of a child. I mean, we've seen it, a toddler, you could perhaps be angry and my discipline, and then the child would just give you that innocent smile. And that smile

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is so low. It's so electrifying. It's so therapeutic, that it just blows you away. Now if the beauty on the face of Moses peace be upon him was such as a baby as an infant as a child who has been settled by his mom, that even his arch enemy Pharaoh who had killed 1000s to avert his grow even he was melted at the beauty of Musa can you possibly imagine? What was the beauty of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam as a child

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can you possibly imagine like one scholar wrote,

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in content of a boon Allah factor the Rooney, Allah says, If you claim to say you love Allah, follow me. He says,

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Allah Subhana Allah Allah has attached his love to you in following a particular person. Can you imagine how beloved that person is to Allah? Can you imagine this is to say no one will not make you claim to say you will

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follow my master Salas and follow my baby follow this human. So if following him will elevate your stage in my eyes can

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Imagine how beloved is he to Allah subhanho wa Taala sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Salatu was Salam.

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It is not uncommon to be adored in this world by other people. And I think I mentioned something very important here, wherever we speak about being respected and adored by other people, which is a praise and an acknowledgement. We refer him to be acknowledged by the pious of the people, by the noble of that time, because otherwise you could see what celebrities do. You know what, he's his fan club, you know, how many 1000s millions, billions, whatever it is.

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So I think we need to be very clear.

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The aim is to become beloved in those people's eyes, whose relation net is in the eyes of Allah, who enjoys status and recognition in the eyes of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But to be beloved to those people whose very existence earns the displeasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala is no achievement. In fact, it's a demerit to your name in any way.

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So it is not uncommon to be adored in this world by other people, yet none can lay claim to holding the affection of the very earth that they tread on the very earth that they tread on. We know in the Hadith it comes that when a person a pious person passes away, and an evil person the narration speaks on both. So when an older person passes away, then all the avenues through which his actions would ascend to the heavens, those avenues and pathways mourn his demise.

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This is mentioned and referenced also in the Koran that

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led us

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in the 22nd Jiu Jitsu report that is some reference given under this ayah tweets as well. That the noble word ascends to Allah La means yes.

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And if that noble action is coupled with greater piety, it gives it more momentum, more strength, more impetus, it inspires it to a greater height. So if a person is reading Quran, and he believes in the state of Voodoo, it just elevates it that much greater. You're giving charity it's wonderful and if you do anything in the month of Ramadan, it's even more meritorious, a noble action coupled with with you just elevates it and escalates it and expedites it that much faster.

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So when a pious person passes away, their everyday whatever actions of ease would ascend to the heavens, those pathways lamented and they cry out, the daily there was charity daily, there was fasting daily, there was nobility that would go via me to the heavens, and this man has passed on. And now no longer do we see that nobility going on. And yet when a person an evil person passes away, then they rejoice. We know that Hades were a corpse, a funeral was passing by, and look at the beautiful words of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He said, mystery.

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Whoa, whoa, mystery, almost often unknown. This is academic, right? It's difficult to try and simplify. He said, Is he in peace? Or has his death given peace to the planet?

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Is he in peace? Or has his death given peace to the planet? and service economy? Well, what do you mean? He said, Don't you see when a wicked man passes on? He's in misery, but his death brings peace to the planet. People are happy that he's moved on. Good luck, Good riddance. Yet, when a noble man passes on, he moves into peace and comfort and tranquility. May Allah make us amongst those people that move into peace and plasma and not that our termination of life denotes peace for the planet because of our evil and our of our negative traits that we leave behind. I mentioned this quite often, and some people have a chapter with it. But it's thought provoking. They say

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some people bring happiness wherever they go.

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And others bring happiness whenever they go.

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Some people bring happiness wherever they go. This is the man who's just got an electric atmosphere. He could come in in two minutes just lighten up the atmosphere and make people happy. And there are others in two minutes they can make everyone miserable. May Allah make us amongst the former and not the latter. May Allah make us among those that are presence bring joy to those around us. This is a great teaching of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we travel we interact with meet with people, give off brilliance, give off a smile, give a warm this give up a great teaching it is it is an amazing character of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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We move on to the next chapter, which has been termed as the amazing union. Now let us look to the amazing union of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to the Prophet sallallahu since parents

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Outstanding pregnancy, the resulting birth and the grand arrival.

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You know the thing what I want to interject here and say my brother and sister is, it is imperative. And I've said it in some of my talks. We need to study the biography of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, and impress our heart, mind and soul to such an extent that there is no more room to become impressed with anyone else.

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We're not denying the virtue of others. We're not denying the merit of others, but just like a person who said he ate it, right. He's eating to his food. Somebody offers him a meal, brother, I am ready to the top. It says but this is tasty. Oh, I love the way you cook. And I know your meat is awesome, but I don't have space. I'm not saying your food is not good. I'm saying I've eaten to my brother. We haven't studied the life of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, we haven't adequately equipped ourselves with it. So we don't realize, often we we fall prey or we attempted or we are invited. And we are attracted to so many other things we read or discover. And if only we had a deep behind that

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we will realize that this is one of the teachings or the practices of the prophets, Allah insolent himself. We've lost our legacy and others have claimed it and you know, packaged it and presented it. I was once in Sri Lanka for a lecture. And I spoke on the character of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the context of a husband and a marriage relation. And a brother came to me recently Allah bless you, and more importantly May Allah bless our Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said recently I attended a marriage workshop and said marriage is a workshop whether you call it a workshop or not what do you mean men work woman shop

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so marriage is a workshop

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so brother said I'm calling so whether you go for a workshop or you don't go manages a workshop I'm like, What do you mean brother? It says men anyway that's on the light side and no unpleasantness intended.

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He said I attended a workshop it cost us a good 70 $80 and flowery words and notes and you know what projectors and booklets and everything but nothing serious in terms of action and I attended your discourse and you spoke in the life of Muhammad salah and I got practical lessons I got practical lessons free to attend, free to participate and and free to implement and disseminate. So it's a matter of taking it into our lives and moving on.

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To live on who makes mention of the following duration of Ba ba ba ba

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ba ba

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ba Nicola Tito

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Abdullah about Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam

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has been mentioned you will have

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informed us that my father told us I heard about it and let me say, I have been informed that Abdullah the father Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam came to a woman from the past and tried

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it now buzzer the alarm and muffling elaborating on this narration says

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she was a woman of exceptional beauty. Another narration recorded by a South African law says and 13 I've been to know some of the wakatobi

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we are referring to tequila, the daughter of nofal, the sister of what

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many know,

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as the learned man that first conveyed his great expectations of the final messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam and counsel Mohamed Salah Selim after he received the revelation, It is well known that the man had directed Mohamed Salah is it worth it? No. It's supposed to be part of our history. And this is I think I've mentioned this is a book that I've read on it a man waka book and I said Suhana look at what work has been done. This man has since the Prophet would have the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the very inception and then you move on. So life didn't spay him. He wasn't on his side time was not with him. He just met the Prophet sallallahu wasallam because he was he was a

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learned scholar of the previous scriptures of the Bible, etc. And obviously each scripture has spoken about the inevitable arrival. So when the visa was received the apple at the Cave of Hira, which has been the motivation of the naming of the book. And he was rather

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perplexed as in who this was and what this entails. And it was gibreel and all inspired in Jabri. So he bounced this off his wife Khadija, he said, Oh, Khadija something drastic is gonna happen something strange and she said, what's it all about? And said, this is this is the angel that came and etc, etc. And she then immediately directed him to

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and what I didn't know Phil asked the professor some few questions. And he said, Congratulations, congratulations, you are the man you the absolute man. You are the person that the world anticipates. And then even though the promise a lot nslm your nation will banish you and that's

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When the professor said, they love me, they love me, they honor me. They salute me, will they punish me?

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He said, Yes, whoever stood with your message was subjected to expulsion from his community. What did I say to the

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salatu salam

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that either you you you return because they perceive him to be part of the faith.

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Or then we would exile you and we would punish you from our town and we would, we would remove you from our society so

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that when your faith prospers, I would be the first to support you aid you and be your ambassador. That is why the scholars say that why America the Amana enjoys the accolade of being the first devout companion. In principle Wanaka, Edna nofal had expressed his faith even before the alarm. And they use this academic dedicated write up regarding work or even a novel. So here we say

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that it was the sister of this woman, Kathy that the prophet SAW some had come into contact with, like I've mentioned this year. On a side note, there are books dedicated to the topic of

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faith, I often just touch on these topics, and move on, one of my scholars had mentioned this year, and he said, Why it is a science to convey a message to people to also educate them way to find certain Sciences is also a knowledge.

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Or repeat what I said that it is a knowledge to convey a message to a person, but it's also a knowledge to direct people to the right sources. This is also knowledge. And then he gave a practical example. He says you you walk into a shop and you're looking for a particular item and article it says this, brother, I don't have it. Do me a favor. Go across the road, there's a traffic light turn right there. And you know, what is a convenient show that the gentleman there stocks this item? The man didn't sell you the article? Neither did you buy it from him, but he directed you to the right source, and you appreciate that knowledge base, because he led you to the right thing. So

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this is also a knowledge and that is why often in my talk, I just make an anecdotal reference. So that it could it could inspire people to say, Okay, this is something I was I wasn't familiar with that assigns of this nature existed. For me, I'm discovering number one, who is number two, the fact that the potential of me embracing the faith before the academic discussion, and number three to note is a write up and is a dedicated book. I mean, I've heard about it, and I thought at its most it would feature as a as a casual discussion. And one day when I was sitting in the library and going through it, and I said so

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is this so much info on this year, academic and write up an explanation and when you see these scholars what they have done, and I say this often and I repeated, that they had devoted their lives to the cause of being that we cannot possibly read what they wrote.

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They wrote it and we cannot read it right and writing it applying your mind gathering you're putting pen to paper understanding its its history, its backdrop and all that. But this is how Allah had put Baraka and blessings in the time. And I crafted a tweet the other day and I said it you know, say it again. Our coin is free Jesus's had Baraka in the time

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because they spend zero time incentive and minimum time in necessities.

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They spend zero time incentive and minimum time in necessities. Now let's look into our lives. This is look at how much time my phone consumes. Right? We don't even argue about people tweeting and texting from the bathroom in the washroom

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and chatting and

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you know, seeing this clip and that clip and this and that takes away is it happening all in the bathroom? No, no, my brother No.

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So anyway, coming back to the topic, this woman katella saw the profits a license father for a new rabina in a new one se sama she saw a new minister glowing light between Abdullah's eyes emanating towards the sky. She looked at Abdullah the father of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and there was this profound brilliance he found since divine luminous light shining on his for law. Upon witnessing this she sees the opportunity and came forward proposing herself in marriage to Abdullah might Allah be pleased with him. I must also stop here and say it is no crime and offense for a woman to propose to a man islamically it is not an offense, it is not a sin. We need to understand

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this year things have to be in in the correct way. Just like in the context of a man to a woman. It must be. It mustn't be informally it must be formal, it must be done with the blessings of the seniors. It must be done in a controlled environment. It must be done in a structured environment. It is

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No wrong if the sister herself initiates the proposal, we know the case of satana musante Salatu. Salam, the Quran tells us and that is where we learn our lessons from that Wednesday that Moosa came to Midian. And detail is very long. And he was very honest. And he was very, very transparent and faithful and diligent, and the daughter of Schreiber, who was behind him, because she had taken the flock and she had gone to to call the Prophet Moses peace be upon him. And she seen this man did not rotate his gaze or cast a glance at her in any way. And she sees the opportunity. And she said that this is a great employee in the file manager.

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I mean, the best employee is a man who's got two traits, strong, muscular, he can work, and I mean, trustworthy. And the product that the scholars write so beautifully,

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that if an employee is not strong, he's trustworthy. He won't steal anything, but he will make anything

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that was even worth he didn't flex his muscles he didn't do anything. So Mashallah very honest, doesn't generate revenue doesn't steal money.

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flip the coin, the man is strong, healthy, muscular robotics got what it takes to move shape, he can do everything, but he's guilty of disloyalty is dishonest. So he might be bringing in great revenue, but equally there is a hole and there is a need from which all that money is going. So you lose in our hands. The Quran said the best employee in two words in

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Java totally will mean there will be employing them and taking them. The dad said why employ let's look more long term. Let's look with a greater if you need to settle down. Let's take it forward in the current open this is in the

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in the Federal Minister.

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I mean, politics

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in the Federal Minister, I mean,

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in the

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in the UI do I want to

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view it definitely one of my daughters

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without even eight years and the proper license phrase satana Moosa that in the protection of his chestatee he opted for the agile, agile as the longer of the period and 10 years he stayed. So on a side note, we need to know that it is no crime, it is no offense, you know, wherever if the boy sees the the prospective girl or the girl sees the prospective boy, provided it conforms with the teachings of the Sharia, and it is done in the correct context, then it is totally permissible.

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He even gave indications that he would revert to her with an answer sooner or later. So this woman, you know, offered herself and she said that I would be interested in in invading you. We should note that this selection of being his spouse was divinely planned by Allah subhanho wa Taala Amina the law. No one could possibly * this honor of men in the law lessons father from Amina, it wasn't you know, luck stuck your way Good luck or you just were there at the right time at the right place. It doesn't work like that. Everything in the care. It's like this integration, the master sallallahu Sallam said Mirza which is to say I'm in benetti Well, that is a woods to say a minister

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in Germany

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that I did not wet any of my partners, nor did I marry any of my daughters, but through approval from Allah subhanho wa Taala by a degree. So the spouses of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and the doting laws of Muhammad said the son in laws of Mohammed sallallahu wasallam with the divine selection of Allah, if all that was the selection of Allah, how could his mother be a random thing? How could it be a casual thing? What

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are you after? In the 20s? Allah says it's his choice. he selects McCarran Alabama in 25 G's Allah mentioned something in whatever is coming to share in it. The beauty of Islam, the just nature in the favor of Allah, Allahu editedby, Elaine ma shop where you're gonna be in a man you need the tools of guidance. One is Allah says, I choose, I select, and that's my favorite and nobody can question me. But then my justice is such that if anybody inclines towards the truth, I never denied.

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So what is my choice? That's my prerogative, I want to favor you. I make you a scholar. I want to favor you. I bless you with guidance. I want to pray for you. I open your eyes to the truth and nobody can question the favor. That's that's not a deal. That's a favor, allowing you to debate

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but he's justice and his famous is such that if you're inclined, and you That is why I've had often discussions and debates with fellow non Muslims on on religious issues, and with respect and dignity as the Quran said, which are the ones

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that are

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In a dignified way without

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any liability absent, engage in an intellectual way, engage in an intellectual way. But at the party note, I always say to the fellow brother or sister, I'm happy to say to you, my brother, that whatever you have said in whatever I've said it's been an academic and intellectual stimulating discussion. But I'm happy to leave you on this. Note that if you are passionate and you are sincere in your quest of guidance, you can return it to bed tonight and say God, Lord Almighty, whoever you are, guide me to the correct way. I have no doubt somewhere down the lane in some way down life, you will find a way to Islam. I have no doubt about that, because this is the beauty of Islam and

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perfect Anil have Selman for

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the search of truth. He hops, he went, he visited, he met, he interacted, then he came to Medina and his gaze fell at Mohammed salah and then he stayed with so many people of, of suppose it knowledge and piety and nobility etc. So, we need to understand that that Allah subhanaw taala can favor whomsoever He wishes, that is his choice.

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He will lie Calcutta pillar of metal never over if you didn't anticipate this privilege, but is the sheer mercy of your Lord that He afforded to you in the foot in

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the womb of your Lord upon us. We should note that this selection was divinely planned by the almighty for Amina the mother Anna, no one could possibly * this honor of marrying the purpose of laws and father from Amidon to married with Amina to place by the decree of Allah the Almighty the union was consummated, and the greatest human was conceived. In fact, historians, right, because the promise less and faster when his father passed away those of the opinion of the age of 18

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and something that was in his early 20s, they said it was as if Allah sent him and he had one task to get married to Amina rhodiola Anna and the greatest Debian to be conceived and you can move on now.

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That is his. He was sent in this well after the alarm with this privilege, honor position, that you're going to father this greatest human as much as we can lead to see. And I was just reading the other day

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that this this this, this was phenomenal was our other MVR as well. Right. In the case of Maria Medina salatu salam, the Virgin Mary. The Quran speaks about it in the third juice. Her her dad was a moron.

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When when she was conceived by her mum, and he was the amount of mustard XL. He was the amount of mustard

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but how much do we know about Maria Maria Sarah? So when Maria's mom conceived Marian peace be upon

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him, let him

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when the wife

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who is the wife of the mother of Maria, Hannah,

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the mother of money your money has set up. What did she say? When she conceived her upbringing Nina Murphy, our law I have devoted and dedicated the issue in my womb to Your service to the service of Mr. upset with a company accepted from me.

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Why when she had conceived Maria Medina Salaam, her husband, the father of Maria Maria Hassan passed on.

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He passed on this he mentioned in the diocese so when Maria Medina Salaam was born, we're not talking of Isa Li Salam that is to follow they are to be talking about Maryam herself. When she was born, she had no dance he had moved on. And one was dealing with the demise of her husband, the father of this child, but these are great people were born. This is the system of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And contrary to her expectations, because at that time the norm was you could only offer a male child to the surface of mystery.

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So she said what beanie?

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Oh my lord, but this is a girl. Oh my word. I don't have a problem with being the mum of a girl but then she cannot be of service to Mr. AXA and I have vowed to you and Allah says Joomla atira via Allah.

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Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah had intended the birth of this girl and allied intended the creation of this girl. So it is news to the mother Maria isn't news to Allah subhanho wa Taala when he said

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the mail, you will

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anticipative cannot be equal to this female in no way can be equal to this female.

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You can you could wish and Aspire, but this is such a female that she excels the main or the other male, the one you anticipated or otherwise.

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And, you know in government it's within beautiful that from this ayah we deduce it's correct and permissible for a mother to name her child. Sometimes people get start arguing who has the right is it the male is the female right Is it the grandparents on the side is the grandparents on that side. And sometimes it can become very heated and sensitive and it can create a bit of a you know what altercation and argument but this ayah says that the mother of Miriam named her daughter Miriam was nice and nice to have, or any ruins will have the same pond. Anyway, when this little girl grows up,

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she's been taken to Mr. rock song. And I had the great privilege of visiting Mr. axon. And I was taken to the Chamber of Maria Medina salatu salam ala and the brothers that actually opened up the room for me to

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Darlene has

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the exclusive location of Maria Medina salatu salam, and I was privileged to be ushered into that sacred place where the Virgin Mary would offer her prayers and her worship, etc, adjacent to Mr. AXA, and she was taken, she was taken there. Now came the issue, who's going to be the guardian and the custodian of this girl because her late father was the man but he had moved on and I'm talking about the provinces and then from there, just my mind, you know, directed to the CFO. And then Satan as a karate Serato Sonam said give me this honor, because my wife is Miriam's maternal hands. Now, this is again now you know, I don't want to go too academic, but these are the things that I say and

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I hope that you know, in discourses of this and worship like this, we learned we could be having a discussion with a fellow Christian and Subhanallah our Deen has spoken so much about Maria Molina salatu wa sallam in

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in hospice it

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was prophetic Allah Nisa.

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remember the time when the angel said Oh, Mary, Verily, Allah has selected you privilege you elevated, you purified you granted you this lofty rank.

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So Satan as Secretary serrato Sallam said, that Give her to me because my wife is armed. And they said, No, no, we will draw loss. And the kinds of lots that they drew, were not the regular lots also, they said we will cast our pennies in a river, we will cast our pens in water, and the pen that goes against the current of the water, he will be nominated.

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So when we dropped our pens, and if they all flow with the ribbon and the current of the water, that that's that's average that's rightly that that's common, but the pen that flows in the opposite direction, right in the opposite direction. I remember once we were in America, and we went to one place, they call it Mystery Spot where the ball rolls up, not down.

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Right? Okay, that's a separate topic of its own. I remember this place because the tour guide was a bigger attraction than the location itself. It was a really charismatic guy.

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So the Quran says they drop their pants on Talladega, if you

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want to turn at a

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and you want to present at the location when they were casting their pens in the water, and they were arguing who will have the privilege to be the guardian of the Virgin Mary. And again, the nomination came of Satan as the chorionic salatu salam. So the point I'm saying to you, my brother and my sister is that this is the the planning of Allah subhanho wa Taala. In the case of our master sallallahu wasallam. Again, his dad was there, the relation was conceived and this father was taken away young, tender 18 is buried in Medina, according to the renovations and historians, in many visits of mines to Medina, I did try and do a little homework and try and locate it. But I was not

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fortunate enough to go to the location and people you know, pointed to different places adjacent to mustard and nabawi sallallahu wasallam. But this is definite that He is buried in Medina, so of tender age, a young man 18 years. This was the honor and the privilege that the greatest soul was extracted from his back, extracted from the back of Santa Abdullah. It was then transmitted into the sacred womb of

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the Buddha

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And so it's a phenomenon of the law of war and how within few years they often

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later on at another occasion, Abdullah may Allah be pleased with him passed by katella. Again, the same woman who initiated the proposal, the topic of marriage came into discussion once more. This time, however, she declined. catina the very same woman who was so insistent in marrying Abdullah was now refusing his offer of the lava lamp employed from her stating that she was the one who initially proposed. He also mentioned that he had put the matter under consideration, does he wish to now know the reason for her capitulation, she replied as follows Morocco with a nine acre move in Serbia, in a summer, that when I pass previously, there was a line between your eyes beaming towards

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the sky, what

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he what he can do this time around that light and the radiance is no longer on your face. And I read the synthesizer Cobra and I said Suvarna lush, immediately sensitive, she sends me that when, when I was proposing, and this is this is the motivation in marriage. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, Just don't wet a pious girl or a pious man, when someone from a pious descent from a pious family deserves to feel hedger is solid, does what you feel.

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says, Don't just look at the individual, but look at the extended family as well, if it is a family of piety, because that's going to be transmitted. So the motivation of marriage at that time was the richness of having that honor that privilege, that that greatest soul that is in your back, which is beaming from your full lock, if that could be transmitted into my room, and the honor has been passed on. When you pass the first time there was this divine glow the celestial light emanating from your for love. The light is no longer present. I'm convinced that you are now married and the union has been consumated. The same light has been transferred into the womb of your wife.

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Congratulations to you or Abdullah and congratulations to your wife Amina as well. Undoubtedly both of you will be the most blessed parents the world has ever seen. The most blessed parents the world has ever seen. So behind the law.

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I read this narration in

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the great scholar Amanda co t Rahim Allah after conducting some research on the duration in Syria. It can be noted that there exist multiple chains of narration for this report. This point is more known by the academics but for the sake of sharing some insight on the topic out elucidate on this topic in more detail. In essence, this is what what is captured here. The author concludes

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that given the multiple chains of narration, the incident is indisputable. So those that are interested in it would know what we refer to as tagged with that sometimes there might be a weak innovation, or one rate might be questionable. But the fact that this narration comes through multiple chains, suggests loudly enough that there is merit and there is recognition to this innovation. Because so many people have narrated it independently, one must conclude in accordance with the classification of the Hadith in the scholars have added that these narrations are absolutely vital. This means that the narrations are sound due to external factors. This is

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considered a great status of authenticity when viewed, understood and graded by the scholars of Hadith. So it is important that we don't you know, what's my pain my brother and my sister. One is we don't know these important facts about the rabbits and a lie that we send them that you would be amazed how much the average youngster today knows about the life and the history and the biography of a particular celebrity who he reviews. He knows everything about that person's life, to the most personal and private aspects of that life of that individual. He is acquainted with it he is familiar with it, he knows what it is. And you're like, Wait, did you read this? Or did you discover

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this? Or why would you want to know this? What has this got to do? So this one pain to say we don't know the life of the robots a lot, isn't it? The second pain is that that vacuum has been replaced by other information which is not of any importance of significance.

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Miracle of miracles a miracle is a supernatural event or occurrence which defies the laws of physics and causes the impossible to become possible. When a prophet of Allah performs a miracle during prophet with it is termed as marches or the prophetic miracle. That's a loose casual translation I gave you the the academic or the breakdown marches are literally means to defeat someone to make someone helpless. Again, I must interject and say yet

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the purpose of a medical

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or the

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The reason of the medical was not the motivation of injury and we didn't come to display medicals, that's not the province hasn't didn't come in to split loads and cause water to come out. And suddenly some didn't come to split the mountain and let a camel come out and say no Moosa didn't come to split waters and you know, let men in silver come down. He is one of the motivations, this is the proof of profit when it's not the object of profit. So, he doesn't come into this world, to come and display this, that this is basic, the purpose of a profit is far more wholesome, far more greater, if this is simple, basic. And secondly, he doesn't have a choice in his medical, it's what

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Allah confers on him, but more than often more than often, he is favored with a medical which is in harmony with the skills of the people of that time. So if you look at the pattern of history, you will see this year during the time of the Prophet Moses peace be upon him black magic and casting spells This was you know, at its highest level people would really excel in this year. And in Egypt, people would would exert themselves in acquiring the sciences of magic and doing all these different types of miracles and supernatural performances and then came say that I'm sorry salat wa salam with the Quran said Timothy Yemeni cattle are now in number one now can you do sir well are you flipping

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through the drop what's in your hand and the scholars have to say in this is a subtle reference that this is so trivial yours is so great whatever comes with it just drop it down. I will say let it just let it just go it will swallow it will take care of it you know in a very casual style Eddie Murphy me and Nick let it drop let it go We'll see what happens.

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Smile so now it will solve whatever they have fabricated why in the masala okay to soften their fabrications is the ploy of a magician when I used

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to occur and a magician has no leg to stand on in front of the prophets. Before I never there's no comparison. In the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Arabic poetry This was intrinsic inherent inborn it was part of the Arabic It was so natural in the Arab that he could form your late capitalists Why? mourning the demands of someone? Imagine that. If somebody tells you to you know what? Put together two stanzas put together a poem you need to be at some exotic location. You need to see blue skies birds chirping sunrise in beautiful ambience, no dogs barking and then you need a moment to yourself and then you

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apply yourself diligently and then back and forward was

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a wedding shower. Don't you see the pyramids, they move around in the hands of a tree they move around in the valleys of poetry back and forth up and down. So you need so much here they are mourning the demise and

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it's been executed. It's been executed. You intend this adrenaline pumping into you Your body is not calm and why the heck is you know what?

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What is

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the moment? A lot

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of a sudden Azhar behind the Masai saddle Arusha, sabini

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metonymy Allah they have gathered to rejoice my execution, I see their women I see their men I see their youngsters, I don't have an issue with what they do in as long as I know you are pleased with me then they say turn him away from tibula so as they turn him away from the block

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and he says that it doesn't bother me in which direction I die as long as I know for whom I die.

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It doesn't bother me in which direction either as long as for whom I die, and today we latch on to the small things and we use the real core and the essence we lose the real things the actual things we are devoid of and we latch on to the small things I Mashallah you die facing people Good luck with your whole life You didn't perform and

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then this is

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a homage to my brother things that direction when you align to the right things when you have to

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imagine you sing in the couplets they're going to execute. Then they turn you say furnace to Oh Barney hain muslimah Allah

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Linda he must Ravi

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Love, you bury Allah outside the shield.

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Now optimistic Allah will appease descending on my body and on my bone and I am the entire anatomy after my demise. So in the time of the prophet SAW some poetry was at its Pinnacle. So Allah revealed the Quran, and the first letter of the Bron left the whole Arab world.

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So what does it mean to oh we don't know. We don't know the Arabic language I conducted a workshop now in the UK and I was saying to the brothers and sisters, the Arabic language is so amazing. It's the only language that the letters have a translation

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when we were in school, you would say A for apple now it's a for Apple phone before blackberry messenger

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email g for Google.

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Now that they have this Google Goggles also What is happening? So we will learn in you know, Oscar around any Apple beef or banana the kids of today obviously, it's no longer that that's outdated. But anyway, new is a letter, it's an alphabet. Right? It doesn't it doesn't have a meaning he doesn't have connected constructive maker with that the the Arabic is so beautiful that the individual letters has a meaning.

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Well, we

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saw well needed believe

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my God, the logic.

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And the meaning is so great open ended. To tell you we don't know it only a lot of it

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is a medium. The medium has a medium and it has a medium long has a

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scene is a medium, ABC, it represents this. It's an alphabet but give me a meaning of a noise give me a meaning of the noise. But that's the beauty of the Arabic language. So Arabic poetry was at its Pinnacle, it was at its climax. Allah revealed the Quran and Islam knew that was it. It also their knowledge just came to a halt that where the fun begins, that is where the Arabic abilities and dense.

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Anyway, there have been countless miracles which were performed at the hands of innumerable prophets, and their dedicated chapters to this year, every prophet performed miracles. The number of these miracles runs into the 1000s. The books of Hadith are followed in this regard, with headings under the theme of more desire to navigate the supernatural manifestations of a profit. as a whole. Every miracle is special and every miracle has its place of distinction. There is no disputing the important impact and the monumental nature of each occurrence. However, when we wish to analyze and identify the miracle that all others pay against, we will turn that one to be the greatest of

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miracles. When we look at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam his meager resources, harsh opposition inconceivable odds combined with the duty of propagating this majestic mission, there can only be one conclusion, that is the Quran is the greatest living miracle. It is indeed the miracle of miracles what cannot be naive will be measly, he had one ultimate level,

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and nothing can be produced similar to the speech of my God, even if the two mighty creations human engines come together.

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And you continued, you know that this is the thing I always try to impress on people, that the beauty of the poet is so amazing, so irrefutable, that just as the beginner is intrigued into its glory and its beauty, the regular one doesn't get any sense of monotony out of it. It is so beautiful

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and captivating. The narration of the province lrsm said the words of ALLAH is such that repetition increases its beauty and doesn't allow for monotony to set in anything else that repeat it and it's overseen that advert I had that speech, I know that place. But the Quran is sort of at the heart is just so beautiful when I heard it the first time, and Surah Rahman is just so beautiful until today. It's so beautiful. That is the proof of it being divine. And on a separate note, anything that is natural, would sustain its beauty and anything that is manmade, it's beautiful with

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the oceans and the beach and the waves. It's something that is serene and peaceful. You could see it as a child. You could see it as a teenager. You can see it as a newlywed and even you know what if it's an old couple sitting there, it is just so beautiful to see the sunset.

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over the ocean, it's natural. It has its own attraction, whatever is natural made by the Almighty. And anything that is men men have been there I've seen it once, twice, it can be very impressive but two or three it's done. The speech of Allah subhanho wa Taala the uncreated speech of Allah subhanho wa Taala. as Muslims, we believe that the supernatural incidents that occur at the hands of pious person ages are authentic and substantiated. Allah Almighty, through His grace causes them to perform certain miracles. The scholars term these incidents of the pious as kerama keramat will only happen as it's mentioned here. We use the phrase Kerala for the supernatural performances of the

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pious debaters of the pious are a reality. I was mentioned here.

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Why the miracles of the pious are a reality it's not a prerequisite for someone to revise his policy. Yes, but he hasn't performed medical No, okay, then he's not price. That doesn't work like that, by the way. Sometimes Allah just gives it the scholars right, to enhance their respect amongst the masses. Because generally people you know, take to it is the other liberal theory him, people get no impressed Mashallah, he's performed this miracle. But it's not a prerequisite. It's not the beyond, it's not the end all. A miracle doesn't

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you know, what, establish a person's acceptance in the eyes of Allah subhanho wa Taala by a sage or a saint or a pious people, there are many pious people

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who didn't perform any miracle as such. And because of that people had reviving them. People have refined them, people had accused them. And then there were consequences. It's mentioned about a great scholar, that one day he was working. Chef Manasa Lila, the author of edible food, which is the commentary of

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the law, right? He was a great, amazing scholar, and you will get

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a better means to spend, which food means ethics in which turned into place in which that exerted themselves. So he was walking, and somebody snubbed him, somebody insulted him. And somebody told him nasty things. So he told one of his disciples just

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retort and you know, tell the brother off, tell him to back off. So the disciple was like, no member, Sheriff, and you're a mentor, and you should be teaching and advocated, we must forgive and we shouldn't be so vindictive. And you are saying that we should retort and respond. So he said, Listen, I'm telling you respondent, but the brother was shy, and he backed off, and he didn't tell him anything, the man who had insulted him too few steps, and he collapsed. And he said, I have observed this in my life. And I say this with modesty that when anyone insults me, either I respond or then this divine response that takes place,

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either Hi, and when I was saying to respond, I was actually being kind to him to avert divine response on him. I was being gentle with him, rather you tell him off before the almighty intervene. So there are numerous incidents like that of the pious treatises. And we need to be very particular about this year we know not which person is the friend of Allah subhanho wa Taala, especially when a man by his external and is apparent and what we know is really just an is Allah conscious, we should spread the sensitivity with which we interact with such a person, least we ruin, we ruin our lives by earning his displeasure.

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So whether the pious performed the medical or not the fact that they are adhering to the subpoena that is sufficient for us to respect that man, and you know what to take his counsel and his guidance and his advice, if he's compliant, he's obedient, he is dutiful to the Sharia. That is good enough, is it a third term and that is known as El debarge. Center suggests that

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the moon this refers to the supernatural performances which are displayed at the hands of evildoers. There are those who transgress the limits of Allah yet they do peculiar, strange and extraordinary performances. And we are living in a world of digital and digital journal, this, this would be his salient feature. He will be completely disobedient to Allah antichrist as they refer to him in English. But he would be causing the javelins, his great life, the Supreme lie, this manifest law and he's going to be doing crazy things. He's going to be having amazing abilities. To the extent he will pass a group of people do you believe me? And they will say no, and then he will point to the

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skies and that will be no rain. I will point to the earth and there'll be no vegetation and point to the capital and there'll be no note and you pass by another group of people and they will embrace his message and he will do the same thing just to to the skies and rain will come from the cloud just to the earth. It will give off its produce in many fold just due to the cattle editing.

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Give up in gallons and gallons it would give up produce.

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So this will be the kind of abilities

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the province the license that he will have paradise and how he'll be walking with it. He's Paradise is the * of a law he's held is the paradise of Allah subhanahu wa taala he would interview people he would split in half. So he would be having Amazing, amazing abilities. And he would traverse the earth in a short period of time.

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Or the IRS would allow them to how long are we looking at this this turbulence that would walk the planet levee system said 14 days? And I said Is this the regular days the common person said no.

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It would be one day equivalent to one year. And this was the beauty of Sahaba that day, which is equivalent to a year performing five prayers of prayers equivalent to a year.

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And nobody says some said no.

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You will have to calculate and perform according to a year. And alamanda we have written in the shadow of listening at the baba baba to do factory drama Yoku painter who will be in every facet of Baja.

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That you'll have to estimate and do calculations because this one day would extend for one year. So can you imagine how this period would be? And really we don't want to live to see that period. Brothers. We don't want to live to see it because it is challenging. Can you imagine what a test it would be to our faith and our submission and our imagine that a day would extend for a year. And the professor said you have to do the necessary calculations that the duration between father and daughter when that period lapses you'd have to offer because it's just going to be an extended thing, unending, inexhaustible, just running so this is the kind of havoc is going to cause on the

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earth. And if you really look at the earth and you look at things and the landscape that the ground has been leveled for his inevitable arrival, the kind of things and occurrences and happenings that are happening, it's all pointing to that direction.

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So I'm just going to end on that note to just wrap up and we'll have a interlude. So we will talk about this year and we'll resume inshallah, the point is that they are evil powers as well as people who do not obey Allah subhanho wa Taala. They would also have strengths and abilities to perform. And it's important for us to distinguish between the powers of the buyers and the powers of the wicked. Suffice to say if a man is this obedient to Allah subhanho wa Taala he disobeys Allah and yet he has certain powers. And this is the barrage is drawn in essence, respect from the Almighty. May Allah guide us and protect us wa salam o Solomon,

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Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa sallam martinborough Suresh maternidad amin, Bina Muhammad Ali, he was Harvey luminita de Vaca da, da da da yo media were banned. I know, perhaps the brothers and sisters will be thinking the pace with which we move in about two or three or even five workshops of this nature would enable us to cover the book. But the reality is, this book is very small, in relation to the unending richness of the life of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. Regardless of the time dedicated, one would never able to encompass the full beauty and the exigency of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And the aim is not to complete or conclude or finish a cause. But

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rather, the aim is to take it in bite sizes, and to digest it and internalize it and execute it. And if we do that, then we'll handle the law. That is that is a step in the correct direction. So just to resume and to recap, we were speaking about the supernatural performances.

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We were speaking about the supernatural performances

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at the hands of evil people, and that there's a distinction between that and the supernatural performances at the hands of the pious people. And we spoke briefly on the job and many other people, many other people throughout history have had certain powers and certain abilities. And many times people have fallen prey to these abilities and they have lost their faith because of these things. But the miracles of the pious and the noble are very distinct.

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They they attract you towards the Almighty and they invite you towards his mercy. Lastly, there is an additional term that the scholars of Hadith used for the miraculous incidents of the prophets prior to Prophet wood prior to Prophet wood. So we need to know that the Sahaba prior to Islam

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Some of them had noble qualities, and others had different qualities. There were the likes of Abu Bakar and Othman, Dorothea Lange that did not consume alcohol free Islam said now with mantra the Alanna said muslin a to Kabbalah Islam was an A to burgle Islam. I did not find it a pre Islam nor post Islam. But this cannot be said generally across for all the noble companions may Allah be upon them, they were those who pre Islam had a sinful life. But when it comes to the prophets, a prophet is guided by Allah subhanho wa Taala, even pre Prophet would. So he is, obviously revelation starts at the age of of Prophet would, at that time he becomes the official ambassador of Allah subhanho wa

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Taala. But his life gives off direction and meaning even pre Prophet would.

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So there is a term the scholars of Hadith use for the miraculous incidents of the prophets prior to profit would in the case of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. It is, not only precede profit would, but was also before his birth into this world. In the case of the visa lottery was elephant. This is mentioned in the books of Hadith, etc. It doesn't only speak about his miraculous nature, his charismatic nature, his rich teachings, pre Islam, and that is what before the board before the board, they still call him salamin. They call him the trustworthy They call him the honors, they would entrust their money with him, they would rely on him because he was above he was above

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everyone. However, in the case of the visa lottery system, there are so many things that happened before his birth as a result of his birth. There exists a consensus amongst the classical historians in respect to the miracles prior to his birth. These miracles were the result of his forthcoming prophet wood and high status, these miracles are all attributed to him. This is what we refer to in the terminology of hadith of scholars as Allah has, what it has Sultan, Eros, as Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam grew closer to the position of Prophet with these miracles continued to persist. Miracles came one after the other. So this is what happens if you look into the books of Hadith, you say they

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they mentioned that they started persisting things started happening, and it was apparent that it was because if it was apparent that it was because of him for Viola Hill, holla isolation became beloved to him. He would go to Cape Mira and he would spend extended time 10 days 15 days he would take provision with him, can I get a hug? Allah de Brahim because at that time, there was no revelation. So what are the teachings what would the what was the manner of worship? So he would worship Allah subhanho wa Taala. According to the

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teachings of Satan, it primary salatu salam have monotheism the doctrine of one Allah which were preserved and transmitted correctly, according to those teachings, he would worship Allah subhanho wa Taala. And also another thing where there was a lot of dreams and visions that would be of a lower seed by night it would materialize you would see by night it would materialize. That is why we also learn in the Hadith, that a true dream has a time with profit. And we also learn in the Hadith, that while it is a grave offence to speak a lie, it is a greater offence to lie about a dream. Some people just you know, to throw people to excite people, I had a great dream I dreamt of this person,

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and I've seen this No, it is a lie. If a person fabricates or invents a tale, and it is a greater crime if you lie putting into a dream because a true dream has significance and has merit and has connotations, and it is connected to Prophethood.

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According to the narrations of the female Quran precisely 50 days before the grand arrival of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam abraha mobilized his forces to destroy the Kaaba Abdul muttalib, the grandfather of the master sallallahu wasallam was the custodian of the Kaaba at the time, imagery and emulation both make mention of the narration along with the calculus of Abdulmutallab lahoma in the lab.

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Once Rolla

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boom when we have a new home other than you were in yada

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yada min home Shimaoka. In other words,

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in the home lay your co worker, oh my lord, each servant prides himself on protecting his fort, take care of the sanctity of the Kaaba. And at that time, it's known Abdulmutallab and lost his particular camera, and he was looking for it. And abraha came and he said, I'm going to destroy the Kaaba. He said, Okay, I'll see you I'm looking for my camera. So he even said, What is he in charge of the Kaaba? I'm going to be demolishing that house that you are in charge of. And he's worried and he's concerned about his camel and he said, the camel is

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mind so I have to look after the house belongs to the Almighty and he looks after his house.

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The camel is mine. So I'm going to look after my camel, last the camel and I need to locate it. I need to search for it. And I'm busy with that. And I

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found that to be very trivial and insignificant that you in charge we're going to be destroying demolishing the Kaaba. And we do know one of the last signs of the AMA is that a person this week attain, he would come and demolish the Kaaba brick by brick. And when that would happen, the final hour will occur amongst the very very final signs of the AMA is dub battle or the bees that will emerge from out suffer the rising of the sun from the west. And the this sweet potato a person coming in and breaking and destroying and demolishing the Kaaba brick by brick. So he came with this nasty agenda of use to destroy the Kaaba, aid Your servants today against these cross worshipers. Oh

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Allah let not they might hand strength dominate over us if they entered the sacred city. Oh Allah you summon them as you deem fit.

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If they get into the presence of the Kaaba, then deal with them. Allahumma Fenian, the machines, Allah McSweeney him dementia, the very famous Hadith in the previous times, and we have a solid right in the beginning with this person, the king had intended to kill him. And every time he took the people took him on the senate of the mountain. And then he said Allah Muhammad Fini him Dima shave Allah use suffice for me in dealing with them in the manner you deem best. So then, there was, you know what a quake and the mountain rock and these people died and he was safe and sound, they took him on the boat and the vessel, this boat capsized, and they died and he was safe and sound.

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And in the end, the king said, You know what, I'm tired, I don't know how to kill you.

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And then he obviously said that put me at a particular place, and gather the people and then release the arrow and say in the name of the Lord of this voice Bismillah be heard and hold on this Mira behalf. And reference to this incident, as most of them have Assyrian have made is in the 30th. Just a summer guru, when Leone in

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particular has been in

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Baku will be to the people who dug these trenches in Nottingham. They were so merciless, that they could see an innocent man being killed and it didn't bother them.

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My final bill momineen issue and they witness the atrocious the atrocities been meted out against the believers.

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So the king then releases the arrow and then the boy dies. And as he dies for those that had converged, they stand up and they embrace the faith. And when they become believers and they accept the fakeness that happened in the previous nations, then the king orders that a trench be dug and all the people be thrown in and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said people within hurled into this blazing flame, and in comes a woman and she has a baby, and she was a bit hesitant takasaki and she's like packing forward, up and down. undecided. And then the baby spoke amongst the babies who spoke in the crib and the cradle was one this baby is very finicky. And the baby inspired the Mum

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Mum what's the hesitation all about? What's the apprehension what's the reservation, you are following the truth persevere and Paradise is your abodes and the child inspired among the child inspired is the other one I'm saying it it just comes to mind where the province Allison says this mum was nursing her child and she was nursing a child and this man gallops passing his horse and is impressive. It's got this beautiful look. And he's really moving at a good space and it's eye catching. And the mom wildness in her child Allahu majali Ebony mithila Oh my lord i suckle and nurse my child today. Let him grow up, let him be beautiful. Let him be like this. This horseman

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this rider for taraka said Dr. Robertson said the child detaches, he was latched on to the man he detaches. And he said Allahumma Gianni Misra. Oh my lord, don't accept this application of your mom, my mom, I don't want to be like that, man.

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Whoa, what's happening you?

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I'm like praying for you, wishing well for you, hoping for you aspiring for you. And this is what you say. And then passes by a girl, a woman an innocent person. People who really accused in Zen at syrup is an 80 sakti UNICEF, you you you commit theft. You received your an adulterous, you're a thief. You're an adulterous and they were really, you know, condescending, nasty, unpleasant comments and remarks and the monster Allahumma Ebony mithila ha

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My Lord don't make my son like this woman. I mean, she's really down and disgraced and humiliated and really I don't want my boy to become like that. And the baby detaches again Allah Hi, my name is Lola, please make me like this woman, Fatah.

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The professor said, then mum and the infant started engaging in a discussion. And mum said and these are the babies who the prophet SAW Some said throughout history who spoke in the crib and the cradle and it's a completely authentic party.

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Really, today, today devices are talking gadgets are talking, right? I mean, I know you I'm sure this cause of news I've seen it obviously they're out here. When the kids come close to it. You too close to me, you too close to me. But it's like signals you you know, keep a distance.

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So satara chakra man speaks to the baby, my baby, my innocent child. I wish well for you. I pray that alarmists make you like that man, you say otherwise. I asked a lot to save you from a woman who's been accused and the rest of it. And you you offer the same? What's the reconciliation? And he says that that is that man who you envious of he's a tyrant. He's an oppressor. He's proud. He's arrogant. And I don't want to be like a proud and an arrogant man.

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And that woman who's been accused and insulted, she's innocent, and she's furious Chase. She's innocent. So Allah and I need to be close and beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala. It just goes to say my brother and sister that so many people by the a parent might win our envy, but their condition in the eyes of Allah is very different. And many people by the envy, we wouldn't give them a second glance but yet they are so close to the Almighty, they are so close to the Almighty.

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So anyway, these were the profound couplets of the cannabis custodian of the look to live the grandfather Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In response to this provocation, Allah then deployed birds to protect the Kaaba, as mentioned in Surah Timothy, the chapter on elephants. This is a stark reminder that anything can be deployed as the army of the Almighty Allah says in the Quran, Amaya Namo julu de la pika

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what is the army of Allah nobody knows But he

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has written very beautiful that Allah had dismantled Allah had dismantled dismantles the empire of Pharaoh, how are synonymous to fun when you

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deal with them? I am a stickler okay.

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So I'm a seller now we unleashed on them. What are the two fun floods? What is Java locusts? farsan are in

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Java, what?

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lies lies that gets into a person say what the Father the frogs? What does blood just briefly what had happened? A lot have paralyzed them and frustrated them with phones. Such an insignificant creation, but they were plagued by an epidemic of frogs for fish

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or fish or fish

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or fish.

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You get into the kitchen. There's 1000 frogs you get in your room, there's a 500 frogs, you come out there's 20 frogs, you kill 110 pop out. I mean, sometimes it's just flies. And the best of news, you lose it. And it's

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sometimes it's one mosquito and your night is gone. You sleeping in a soft bed, is you know what orthopedic, it supports your upper back. It gives you that divine sleep. It's made even with all the latest, but there's one mosquito that keeps you restless the entire night. It gives you the worst insomnia you ever had. And that is why I often tell my students that Allah repeatedly says in the Quran.

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Allah holy, you're a geezer who means Shay, there's nothing that can make a lot helpless. There's nothing that is above a lot. And you and I in one fly can can can make us miserable one mosquito. And if you're a person that you know what the clock is ticking, and that can get into your head you won't sleep because the clock is ticking.

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So he lives in his writings. He says what you know the lie he?

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Murphy has seen that the armies of Allah frogs, it's not like Pharaoh can say okay, like we're going to deploy a battalion here. We need forces, right? Take a preposition get your arms, where's the frogs? We were going for this. What are you going to do with frogs? How are you going to combat frogs, so a lot could crumble his empire dismantle his powers was such an insignificant creation, and furthermore, with dumb blood. So there would be a civil

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And activity, right? sympathy was from the descendants of moosari Salatu was Salam. It was a term used for the Israelites, the descendants of jacoba Salatu was Salam. And said the literally means grandchildren as sudo su de la casa de Allahumma.

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So, two people will be sitting one from the family of federal and one from the side of Musashi Salaam, and they would be eating on a common table. And they would both pick up a vessel of water, when they tivity from the people of Pharaoh would pick up that water, it would turn into blood,

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as built in is as clear as that, that this was a divine torment, which was distinguished in its victim.

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But every time the torment came

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you say that in America, buddy, please tell the almighty to avert this year, and we will resume and we will obey. But every time it's taken away, they relax and they perpetrate the same wrong. So I can deploy anything when I know Arabic in law, who only Allah knows what are his armies, it just depends what he wants to deploy, at which time, if he decides his water, then that very water becomes fluid. If he decides its wings, then those wings become ferocious. He decides the earth and the earth just caves in and it swallows and so on and so forth.

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It is up to him what he decides to deploy at any given time, a time strong winds are employed, while in another cause cases heavy rains are sent my brothers and sisters in our modern era, we are witnessing how Alliance deploying the various forces of the earth in some recent and natural disasters, according to news reports, it took only 90 seconds, which caused $220 billion estimated damages in a mere minute and a half lives, property and critical infrastructure. Were all wiped out without trace when I was in Indonesia, and we visited the place post the tsunami, and I was on route to Australia for a lecture and I just diverted because there was some organization that was doing

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some relief work. So I remember this brother, you know, he was an eyewitness to the tsunami. And we had a language barrier and we couldn't really communicate. And he knew broken Arabic and obviously we didn't know the local vernacular language. So every time we tried to get information from him, he would say, tsunami is also silicon ourselves, Allah.

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Allah. So we asked him where what how

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he would just repeat this hire continuously when the Earth would be jolted would be shaken to its maximum that's going to be on the day of the AMA. If you look into the grammar of this word, there is amazing things that have been captured. You're either Zeus zillertal, or Lucille Zaha academically zubsolv mfold mutlak indicates a severe quake, where Allah says it would be jolted to its maximum. Yeah, it is just you know, 10 seconds, 15 seconds. And not too long ago, we in South Africa and perhaps reports here filtered through as well. There was a great it was the worst quake in in more than five decades. I was literally sitting and studying. And I'm seeing my bookshelf

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actually swaying and rocking. And I literally felt it. It was so loud. So instant so severe, that sometimes when something of this nature occurs for a moment or two, you're still trying to register. Yeah, it was abundantly clear. And I call on my wife, I call on my kids, and it's still continuing. And it was mentioned as one of the severe quakes with its Epicenter at the location of its Epicenter clean in the lives of many people. This was very, very recent. And then you realize, I often say this, because the brand speaks about these huge vessels that travel on water. This cargo ships, right.

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He escaped me half an hour kitana battery.

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So you still may have a young

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kid Ah, hurry, if Allah wants he could have the winds and then they will become stagnant on the back of water. The ship is massive. It's huge. It's got so much cargo, but as it's sailing, look at look at it in relation to the water. And you realize this is a speck in the ocean. This is a speck in the ocean. You fly in in this jumbo aircraft, and you've got 500 odd passengers and you've got double crew and you've got gallons of water and you've got so much catering in you know in flight, entertainment and catering and the rest of it and all this takes up into the air but this entire

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In relation to the atmosphere, it is a speck into the atmosphere. We are no more than one speck in the absolute atmosphere. And we need to realize how insignificant we are when it comes to the power of the mind and the authority of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So in a mere Second, you know what could happen? It is inconceivable. Today is cheery, referring to the quake that had gripped nginx yesterday was the Haiti the day before was the South Asian tsunami. And a few weeks ago, it was turkey in such times when these calamities are so frequent, it is prudent that one asks themselves, when will my eyes open? Does it have to hit home? As the Quran says? Whether you're living in a

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cafaro to see boom de masana Oh,

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no kariba menteri him out of

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him. A calamity can can strike close to your location that is an eye opener it can happen at any time. Allah speaks of eight wins in the Quran. According to ignatios report, a beaver is one who at no point feel safe from the punishment or the chastisement of Allah constantly. He lives in this condition My Lord can strike at any time, I believe lives like this year. He doesn't feel on the edge only when he is in a hazardous location. He feels on the edge at any time after me no matter Allah, Allah, Allah Hill Road, do they feel safe and secure from the grip and the punishment and the torment of Allah? Well, that is the lock of the losers. That is the lock of the losers, I believe is

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constantly at anytime oh my lord, you can seize and you can strike. And you have the Quran says, Allah, Allah him.

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Allah sin against them swarms of flying creatures, which pelted them with stones of baked clay. Right. And the scholars say that it had a pebble in its big, and it would release an unleashed that pebble, which would come piercing through the rider and piercing through that elephant and that entire herd. And all those riding would be then just dropped down to smithereens. So that was the force. Again, it is when Allah subhanho wa Taala aids a thing, then the strength of death is very different because it's backed by divine strength. When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam took a handful of dusts, and he heard the dust and that caused all the disbelievers to fall into sleep and slumber

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and it had overpowered them. Allah made reference to this in the night juice and soda and fun, warmer warmer ma ma ma ma ma ma ma ma ma ma ma ma. Oh, Mohamed Salah Salem. You did not hold the dust when you did her. But it was a lot better in your hand. It was a lot back in your hand. You know, sometimes a child is doing something and you say it's so well there's the hand of an adult from the rear that's assisting him and it's all a bit of a dummy in a stage and a put up and it looks so well but it's an optical illusion. It is confused in the eye because it's been aided from the rear. Oh Mohamed Salah isn't it was your sacred hand It was your blessing to him. But that hand

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was a that means you did not throw over his roommate when you did her what I can allow her mama but it was actually aided by Allah subhanho wa Taala so this was the case this pebbles came down and they had caused havoc. Allah deployed birds to protect his house. At first glance, it appears to be an insignificant creation. Yet Allah entrusted the most important of tasks to this delicate creation. This bird was none other than a common Sparrow. Let us look at this creation of Allah how soft it is, how delicate it's nature, how small they are. It these are the ones chosen by Allah for the stars. These are the ones chosen by Allah. See how this creation rose up against those that

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threaten the sanctity of that place. These are the birds which hurled pebbles upon them, a bronze army was so thoroughly annihilated that they were reduced to smithereens for Jana who

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made like the green crops, devout by cattle. Now, this is again the beauty of the Quran, that whenever it draws an analogy, or it draws a parable, then it likens it to scenarios with which its audience can identify with. So the Arabs would see this CAN MACHINE really debate in another place because she will walk away. So most of it was like a fence her she also has some in Arabic means to crush like when the when the fence has been destroyed and the crops have been crushed. Allah said they will reduce to the crushed crops. Yala says they will reduce to devout crops like something that is developed by the cattle because

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Adam would see this daily who would identify with this and it was a phrase, it was an expression of something that is completely annihilated. And that is how this entire army was wiped out. Bearing in mind, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is not yet born 50 days prior to his birth, but everybody unanimously in history refers this was all as part of his grand arrival. Historians write that the blessings of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, were experienced initially by the Pradesh. This was then followed by the rest of humanity in its entirety. All of this occurred during the time that the master sallallahu wasallam was within the womb, his presence in this world was already affecting and

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shaping events for his destiny. This was the role you know, in Saudi Arabia.

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It's the chapter on profits.

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So if the chapter is on profits, the likely would would be the greatest coverage would be given to Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam because he is the greatest of all prophets and an MBA he said, I'm the prophet to mankind and the Prophet of the prophets as well.

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What is up Allah moumita Nabina Lama at a taco min kita Wagner, from

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massage deikun Lima anko let me know no biggie vallotton surana a trench that was taken from every profit, that in your period, Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam comes you will bring him out on him and he will support his cause.

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Call to a Corona

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that is the coming of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So sorry, and br is speaking about the prophets. The greatest coverage, biological explanation would be would be given to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But you would be surprised to discover that Allah is practically concluding the chapter practically wrapping up the chapter, and no mention yet is made of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. The chapter is MBR its profits in 17 Jews, Ibrahim Ali Salam in great detail.

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Zachary Ali Salam in great detail. Jani Salam in great detail, various prophets Tao, then Sulayman la salam, the entire tale and whatever happened there dutifully is mentioned in the equation. And that is why there's difference of opinion if Bill keefer was a prophet or not, but academically the scholars say he was a prophet because he was mentioned in the chapter of Umbria and just when Allah is wrapping up the discussion, Allah brings in the topic of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And Allah gives it a very short description, but such a profound such an all embracing such an overwhelming mentioned wama

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G Suite Allah is wrapping up the discussion. Allah says he benefited his people they benefited that society. Oh Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam You are a source of benefit guidance and blessings for anyone and every one in every form around the world in every planet focus a filter

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on a cell not with not respect to illness, but as an absolute mercy will mean for every word and all its inhabitants. short, brief, concise, vile humanists.

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So this was the role that Allah had selected for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam let us for a moment reverse the situation how often is it that today the unborn child is the cause of discord?

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Right? And this is really an I I say this because I've dealt with it. Family members begin to argue about the color theme of the baby's room or furniture style. The child is not yet born, but the discord commences the child supposed to be a bundle of joy this is I don't know what bundle

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this this this issues this bickering this witch clinic witch doctor which theme what this? And it's causing misery and the child has not yet arrived in the world. And yet the Prophet sallallahu since case was so different. A couple phoned me some time ago they had recently married and I remember this still today. The wife said chef tell him that he should be celebrating the first eat by my parents place. I responded in amazement.

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We haven't even cited the crescent of Ramadan. And the argument was regarding with whom and how they would spend a day between parents and in laws. This discord appeared amongst the couple even before a child is born to them.

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I mean, it's a matter of power, it's a matter of me against you. It's a matter of including myself, were we thinking from alarmism COMM And literally it's it's venting, its anger, its rage. And unfortunately, you know, this is our life has become on a lighter note, they say, if you want to change the world, do it as a bachelor, because after marriage, you cannot even change the TV channel without your wife's permission. So if you want to change anything, do it now finish because after that, everything goes through a mutual consultation. But these days, it may really we need to root out and eradicate the differences in our homes and more than often you find it's an ego issue. It's

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an ego, either way, husband or wife, or the families. It's my ego versus your ego. I don't have a problem with what you said, but I need to show I'm one above and I need to establish myself and and that doesn't take us any any closer to a healthier relationship. When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is not sustainable for the long haul. It was time to whether it was it was for these are the loved one who proposed and said how about my nephew, my sister's son I will ask Nairobi who was the eldest daughter, Xena brother in law, and the duration goes on what kind of lawsuit aligns to the license fee for the visa some would give Khadija has space and time and allow her and not proposal. So there

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needs to be mutual understanding in our marriages in order to bring happiness and joy. May Allah restore peace in our marriages. In the case of the messenger sallallahu Sallam he is not yet born into this world. However, great occurrences are coming into existence on the face of this earth due to his anticipated arrival. It is the consensus amongst the historians that the Quraysh clan was widely respected. Our motto olahraga coration, the entire Arab community respected the Christ. In fact, it might be in your interest to know Quraysh actually refers to a

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a particular type of fish, which is a dominant species, amongst other fish. This is the actual meaning of coloration. So just as this fish is a dominant in the schools of fish, or in in amongst the whales, so was the Arab known as the Christ because it was the dominant tribe it was the respected tribe. It was the revered tribe and Allah subhanho wa Taala had blessed in the viola with the noblest of lineage Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Abdullah bin Hashem but not the mana per se Poseidon killer, the more carbon carbon

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carbon Manik the navadmin Inanna been Jose mob in Madrid cabin ilias been mobile reserve in Manhattan. This is basic genealogy and ancestry of the province a lot. Beyond that, there is difference of opinion some they differ greatly, but

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right across all generations, it's unanimous. So it's imperative that our kids even memorize this and they learn this it is the the ancestry of ancestry of the master sallallahu sallam.

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The people would say

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these are the people of Allah. The Quran is referred to as the people of Allah. Observe how Almighty Allah intervenes for the Quran, the clan of the messenger sallallahu Sallam even before his birth. These are divine people chosen scholars Dr. Nakata long run home waka Furlong, Shara, do we him Almighty Allah protected the Croatian wars and from the evil of the enemies, the Christ the tribe. This is before the coming of NaVi Salaam Salaam, but it was a noble tribe it was selected. Allah Almighty had leveled the ground and laid out the red carpet for the grand arrival of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. In the case of the messenger sallallahu sallam, he was still in the womb and

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about to come into the world. In preparation and heightened anticipation, great occurrences were coming into existence, the earth was preparing preparing itself for his arrival, people began to recognize and connect these incidents with decline of the price the family of the Prophet sallallahu bodying was Allah Subhana Allah, the eminent pregnancy and the distinguished arrival, amin or the alarm and how was the honored mother of the messenger sallallahu sallam, she did not need to contend with the usual challenges that occur during the process of childbirth. So obviously, it was a miraculous birth. It had the divine I mean, the birth again I make the reference of Maria Maria

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salatu salam. We spoke about when Maria's mother gave birth to Maria Maria Salaam. Now we speak about when Maria Maria salatu salam gave birth to his on Instagram, Jesus peace be upon them.

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At that time, she was an old

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She was hanging on to the trunk of a tree. She was fearing the opposition of her family. today. Medically they talk of postnatal depression that grips an expectant mother or after her delivery. Can you imagine the fears and the anxiety that surrounded the Virgin Mary Maria Maria Salatu was Salam. She was in this confusion and she cried out to the Almighty Allah Yahweh ateneum it to Kabbalah hard working tuna, cmmc Fernanda Ha, ha ha, Allah, Zani Khadija, Anna boo kita Caesarea

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gibril came and called out to her Kannada mintaka do not feel

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sorry Allah has caused a spring of water to flow. What was the LA cabbages are in Napa LA and just gently shake the branch above you to serve on a journey it will provide you with fresh dates. And that is why the scholars say that for a woman while she's going through her birth and after birth to regain her strength. amongst the best of provisions is dates. Because these were the provisions provided by Allah for Miriam and the birth of Isa is Salatu was Salam. And what did the Quran say for Cooney, wasabi, what are the hyena eat, drink and comfort your eyes again, you know I say this and let me just say it comes to my mind. The Quran is so beautiful my sister and it's so complete my

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brother that the scholars have seen they deduce guidance from not only the words of the Quran, or the text of the Quran, or the certain indications of the Koran, but even from the sequence of the Quran.

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So when unless with a hand over to Allah when Allah subhana wa Taala provided Allah foods provided drink, and then Allah provided food coffee, Johanna Rob boo kita dysuria over in this water provided, then Allah said shake the branch and Tate's will fall. But when it came time to consume an asset for cooling us rather eat and then drink, and this causes of the rights under the wisdom of this, that it's human nature that when we sit down to eat we eat first we drink thereafter, but we seldom begin eating till our drink doesn't come.

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So you would want to eat an indulgent meal. Although you might be drinking after a bite or a muscle or you know you down into the meat but you prefer to have the drink next to you just to know it's there. It gives you that comfort that it is there. Allah subhanaw taala set to Maryam, the water has been provided the dates are there, the eat of the dates and drink of the water and look at your child what company hyena and just comfort yourself. Right. And that's the nature and the beauty that when a mother gives birth to a child, the child has latched on to the bosom and the chest of the mother. And there is this oneness and there is this electric, you know, connection between mother

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and child. So if this were the intervention and the arrangements that were made on the birth and the grand arrival of Isa alayhi salatu was Salam. Can you imagine the pregnancy of Amina the Ummah on her carrying in her womb, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the noble pregnancy, in its uniqueness is similar to the instance when the messenger sallallahu wasallam, committed the Quran to memory. This event is utterly amazing. When the angel gibreel would descend with revelation, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite the verses of the Quran. So just to put this into context, in essence, initially when revelation came down, then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would multitask.

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He's listening to debris, and at the same time, he's trying to commit it to memory, which is daunting. It's very tone, somebody who's dictating a phone number, and he said, 41641623

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you lose grip of it. The man is repeating it, you listen to it, and you forget it. So in the end, you don't capture anything you repeat in you, you try to write or preserve and routine, the prophets Eliza would go through this task, listen to Jabri and recite and memorize, and then Allah subhanho wa Taala. Tony Mohammed says you're exempted. You don't have to subject yourself to this. All you do is just listen. And after listening, we will insert it into your memory.

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In Alena, Gemma, whoever it is upon us to gather it and to make you recite it. Initially the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite passionately with great effort to secure and preserve the new revelation. Almighty Allah then indicated to the messengers and Luddism that he did not need to subject himself to this daunting task. So no kidding okay

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Illa Masha Allah, we will make you recite, then you will not forget him You will not forget Allah Masha Allah but what Allah intends

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What Allah intends that's a separate thing. In Alena, Gemma who will Khurana it is surely undertaken by us to store it in your heart, and to let it be recited by you after revelation is completed. Therefore, when it is recited by us through the angel, follow its recitation by concentration of your heart. Subhan Allah, those of us

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those of us that have memorized the Quran would know at times memorizing one verse, how much time it could take, and how many hours would go and surely it's meaningful and it's rewarding, but the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would just listen and Allah subhanho wa Taala would then bless him, and it would be conferred into his bosom. And we need to also go on and understand one thing when I'm at this juncture that we cannot understand the Quran independent of the prophetic teachings. Because the Quran is very categoric Allah subhanho wa Taala has mentioned this one zelner la casa de crop Lithuanian and in NC man whose de la la him the Quran has been revealed to you that you expound on

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its commentary through your teachings. So understanding the Quran independent of prophetic narrations is impossible. And the professor had warned us a time would come a man would recline on his couch, he would recline with

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Erica tea and he would say what is in the Quran is sufficient. I don't need the teachings of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and today we see that we see the emergence of such people. Today we talk about download data transmission and storage integrity yet nothing can match the speed, intensity and integrity of the Divine speech. It has its exclusive place in the heart and mind of the messenger sallallahu wasallam. And the believers returning through the pregnancy of homina de la Mancha. Amina did not have the common challenges of a pregnant woman. Those of us that our parents know very well all mothers can relate to the various challenges of pregnancy and Parenthood. The

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nausea, morning sickness, backaches, constipation, mood swings that occur during the care caring and rearing of childhood husbands know very well how life changes when the wife is pregnant. Speaking about husbands on a lighter note, someone said the following a human who surrenders when he knows he's wrong is an honest man. A human who surrenders when he's not sure if he's right or wrong, is a wise man. But a human who surrenders when he knows what he's right. He can only be a husband

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Amina Ilana specter pregnancy was very very special. The narration described from the moment of his birth Lama Baku sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Harajuku when she Amina delivered the master a light emanated in light emanated. mm Harkin says Carla Harkin Tawana thaumatin a hadith Allah and Allah Allah is a woody tomato now, there is consensus by the narration the Prophet Sassoon was born divinely circumcised while we circumcised as males and it is the teachings that we have a lesson Larissa was divinely circumcised. There are many other things that follow the uniqueness of us which by Assad mentioned here another thing in the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in his entire

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life he did not your your name, the professor's have never gone. And you know there again, there's a joke that comes to mind they said what is the definition of a yawn? The only time a married man gets to open his mouth

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yawn the professor's have never you know why he never yawn because yawning is from the devil while sneezing is from the Almighty. That's a hadith

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upon when the apostle minima, right, a lot of people suppress a sneeze and vent a yawn that's wrong. If you want to you're you're free to yawn. But if you want to suppress we suppress the yawn and not the sneeze. Because the sneeze has been attributed to a lot you obviously need to be circumspect and sensitive to people. You don't sneeze on any one. You excuse yourself. You read the relevant two hours, you cover yourself. So that's important and it flushes out what the body needs to throw out. The reason why the sneeze has been attributed to Allah is that when it throws out from the body, it brings and generates freshness and freshness stimulates towards worship. Why when a person yawns it

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makes him lazy, lame and sluggish. And that takes him away from the Almighty. So the newbie of Allah was protected and exempted in his entire life he never known at a bad day if we tie it in one gathering, we can yawn 10 times, and his entire 63 years the blezard sallallahu Sallam never yawn. Another thing also mentioned is that a flying never set on his body or flying never ever set. Now whose life could be preserved in such detail other than the Prophet sallallahu wasallam a flying never said you can think of every insect has been on my body from a flight to a mosquito to a wasp to a bee and some of them leaves some indelible impressions also that aren't gone but the marks

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would have been visited here and you know what I mean? From a leech and drinking blood etc.

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None of a fly never set on the planet and the sacred body, because surely it's generally attracted to impurity. And that speaks on the purity of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. I'm just going to read one page here and then we're going to conclude time is up. There is consensus by when the rice and the prophet SAW son was born divinely circumcised. intellia elbaite a living really the thing he knew the house in which he was born was enveloped in Divine Light, I had the good privilege Now, unfortunately, the house has been leveled to the ground, but outside maccha after very recently, this house was still preserved till very recently, which was then converted into some what a

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liability from that mistaken, but I was told through reliable sources that this was the house where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was born. And I had seen the house of reason I'm told that for expansion and extension, that house has also been brought down to the ground, while Adam avana have pursued a sham, his birth lit up the palaces of Sydney on his birth lit up dependences of Surya

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taka taka Allah Alayhi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they were constellations of stars which were drawing near to him to the extent that it was as though they would collapse on his lap Subhana Allah, you know, people want to see it, and people want to view and people want to zoom in and people want to watch and people are excited and people want to update the updated and nowadays you have all these, you know, courtesy of the birth photography that so and so announces the arrival of a birth and you get an image of the baby on your phone. I don't know if it's here but back in South Africa, it's a big thing. And immediately you know, you get this text messages that the child has

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been born this way this color this image, blah, blah, blah, whatever else. So voila, nevermind humans overlooking this bird, the constellations of stars, the constellation of stars, peeping into this grand arrival, and all excited about this great humans arrival. What a moment that must have been Oh my allow what that moment must have been the stands with gazing down on the birth overlooking the blessing arrival. Historians say that it was as if the stars were about to collapse themselves into the lap of Ahmed sallallahu wasallam. Can we just conclude this patient? According to scholarly reports, Allah Almighty made the blessing of birth Listen to this. Allah the Almighty

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made the blessing I read this I was blown away and that's where I gained it. And obviously they mentioned it. Allah the Almighty made the blessing of birth take place at the junction of the day and night, Allah selected the precise moments between the two ways. It was the flesh of dawn, this was so that the privilege of Muhammad Salah Larson's arrival could be equally shared by both the night and the day. Now, both of these entities could declare and attest to the tidings of Muhammad Salah isms. But the day could say he was born in need the night could say he was born in me But hang on, there is an argument. And it's a merited argument. Some argue that Almighty Allah could have

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also arranged for the divine birth of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam at sunset, because that is also the meeting of night and day. The answer presented by scholars on this point is that although sunset is definitely the meaning of night and day, however, sunset in actuality is the disappearance of light and the arrival of darkness. Allah chose the birth to occur at the moment when darkness was vanquished by lights. Subhana Allah Subhana Allah, it could happen at that time as well, just as the sun was stepping down on the western horizon, and they had its last breath and night had its initial and infant stages, and the honor could rest with both day and night. But then there was a subtle

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hint to say that no,

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it is

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the you know, darkness has come and light this has disappeared. Allah made it happen at that time, allow me to happen at that time, where darkness was disappearing in light was coming. And I'm reminded of another quotation also either that alarm made the birth happen in Ruby, and not Ramadan. So he brought his distinctive virtue and merit to the month in which he was born. He was born in Ramadan, then it was a blessing because of the greatness of the month. But the year the month became blessing because of him.

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The month became blessing Ruby, because Ruby and Ruby mean spring rubymine spring where everything is is is is green and lush. Everything is blossoming in our world. The first thing the brightness to blossom in the last few things

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So behind Allah Leonard chanson will have 37 so well in 37 so we shall see if you don't mention Systema, for us is the sun and for the for the horizons is the sun and my son is superior to the sun of the skies, meaning eyeshadow the amount of paying tribute to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam these are the couplets of eyeshadow, the lava indicating the fact that the sun of the sky is bright and half the world while the other half remains in darkness. Whereas the messenger Salallahu essence light of guidance is constantly Reagan shining perpetually throughout the planet. We asked the Almighty Allah to accept this meager effort, and that it inspires us to come closer to his rich

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legacy. May Allah accept the efforts of all the brothers and sisters that have gathered, assembled and congregated. And may this be a source of us drawing closer to the richness of the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. I'll leave you with this hope my brother and sister that do not trivialize this workshop, do not underestimate any form of connection to the teachings of Nevis and allottee was element. This is great incident mentioned, it's just a two minute thing of Imam Abu Dhabi, Eastern European Bahama, that one day he was standing on the side of the water. And there were people that had bought this boat. And I'd read this in authentic books. It's mentioned in his

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biography as well. And the vessel started sailing. And as the vessel was sailing, a person sneezed and Amanda would said, Well, I need to respond in the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu. As soon as someone ceases then you got to respond to him if he says Alhamdulillah. But the vessel has left the show and it was now sailing away. So he asked another person they said, Would you take me on board? And would you just try and take me to those people moving in that ferry and in that boat, that's it, that's fine. It's gonna cost you X amount of money. He paid the necessary amount he hopped onto his boat, and he sailed off until he got close to this paper. As it got close to them.

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He said, If any one of you brothers sneeze, he said, yes, you sneeze. So what is no, no, I just want to confirm that. Because the teachings is that I've got to reply and reciprocate and respond to them. And I've come back to say to you your hammock, Allah, I've come back to you and said Your bucola is much appreciated, but you didn't need to bother and burden yourself. It's a no, it's the teachings of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and I have done this to honor his teachings. Anyway, he moves away he comes back things move on that night, he sees a dream. And in that he said, Our Buddha would you have purchased your paradise because of this 10 dirhams. You have purchased your paradise

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because this money you paid and you can see the write up in my mama Buddha, once it is done his life and worse. It's mentioned there that he had compiled so much. But the action that was accepted from him not to say that that was rejected, but this had secured his paradise that you went there, and Allah had accepted it. So my brother, my sister, you spend $1 or two you sit in this gathering, it might be a simple basic spending a greater portion of a Saturday morning, but it's connecting with the great legacy of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And if every one of us can take one thing that we learned, surely every one of us could have picked up on one thing for someone that's for someone

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that and we just take that home and that would have ripple effects, who knows from the Almighty Allah that that could also be the source and the means of our salvation.

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Aziz was sallallahu wasallam Aleta Bina Muhammad Ali. He was happy

Shaykh Sulaiman Moola delivers a talk, titled ‘The Sun That Never Set’ at London Muslim Centre.

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