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The segment discusses various topics related to Islam, including the history of the Prophet sallavi, the use of hugs and hugs, the importance of guidance and understanding the life of the Prophet sall drove, the loss of the Prophet sallavi, and the importance of surrounding oneself with good people and avoiding negative behavior. The importance of praying for the upcoming death of the Prophet sall drove, the importance of understanding the life of the Prophet sall drove, and the importance of avoiding bad behavior is emphasized. The segment also touches on the negative impact of people not being recognized as Muslims in the United States and the lack of graduation from high school.

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Probably a lot of anatomy or shadow law in the law when you saw the HEMA shadow and the Muhammad and the Hora suitable bath a lot of material and I mean llama somebody was Salomo vertical in their mind and Amina Mohammed while Ernie Here are several years my you know my bag today the second of February 2022 corresponding to the 29th of July than acid 1443. We start with a second class of oil or juicer l me yeah 100 lines of poetry. The Sierra of the Prophet idea Salatu was Sadam written by who

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even a biller is a Hanafi it have an ID we know Muhammad Mohamed whenever there is whenever there is a Hanafy a domestically, Rahim Allah to Allah whose most famous book is what

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was his explanation of an al Qaeda

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to how we shorthand al Qaeda to how we

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one of his most famous teachers was

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not a lecture by the way, his class.

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His most famous teachers was

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even Cathy

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even give the Rahima low to Adam, who also wrote a very famous Seattle book called What I know for Sufi Sirat Rasul right chapters in the Sierra and the biography of the Prophet it is so light to sit in. And most likely this is a this is a shortening a summary, right of the full soul turned into poetry. Okay, by so, last week, we covered nine lines I believe, of poetry Inshallah, today we're going to get to line 19

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Bismillah we're gonna make it to line 19 Today Bismillah what I want you to memorize for next week is up to line 25. And by the way, on the last class, there's a we have a competition.

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So whoever wins Mila and whoever memorized all 100 lines of the poetry

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there's going to be a competition between y'all. And the winner gets 300 outs

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for the children

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and you should encourage that those of you have children here for the children each one that can do 100 lines with with five mistakes or less they get it there's not gonna be a competition no you're not a child.

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I don't know if you didn't realize that that beer gives you what

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the the children will get $100 A piece no matter is that it's not a competition for the kids.

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You technically you do what you don't

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you can't vote can you play

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Hi right by him so I want to encourage the kids they actually usually memorize cricket any adults anyway.

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And because it's it's any

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it's poetic and it usually is easier for them to memorize shallow Tada so today I want to start with jet doodle every Abdulmutallab badass man imagine it cut it

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like this that

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are let's start over he was still on that

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shell okay

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Okay, so before we get started Salah what I'd like you to do

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I want you to write some things down. Write this down. Zeno lavvy didn't even know it even saying

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or haimo Hula

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Zainul IV Dean have an idea of and Hussein Hussein. What was his relationship to the Prophet idea? Salatu was Cydia.

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He was the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam who was who was his parents who were his parents.

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It had been every thought and file tema mminton, the VRT, I didn't sit down what are the Altana and so, Zane Alavi Dean have an idea of an Hussein and even it even me thought it. He said we used to be taught write this down. We used to be taught the Mallozzi of Allah

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messenger SallAllahu wasallam

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like we were taught a surah of the Quran

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Cananda Allah

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Molossia Rasulullah sallallahu it was selama Kemah and we're ilm, a surah terminal cor n

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we used to be taught the Mikaze

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and those are the battles of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam used to be taught the Mallozzi of Allah's Messenger SallAllahu wasallam. Like we were taught a surah of the Quran

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what does that tell you?

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How are they taught us order from the Quran? Proposition? Right? constant repetition. Okay, making sure that they didn't make mistakes, making sure that they understood everything. Right. This is how they were taught. This is simply the battles of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Why do you think they gave importance to the battles of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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that was

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not so that was the Sierra back then. Not exactly. Not exactly. Used to be called Mr. Halsey, right. So Alma Ghazi Yes, it was. So sometimes the term Mikaze or the battles of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was language that was used to encompass more than just the battles, okay. But it's also because of the times that they lived in with the expansion of Islam.

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Right. And so knowing the battles of the Prophet it is Salatu was sent in

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what he did during those battles how the Muslims behaved was very important for them with the expansion of Islam, but let's go step we'll go take some more inshallah. Even on Josie right this now even though Josie Rahim Allah,

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He says in seydel hearted which is translated into English, by the way, that book is huge. Capture thoughts I think it's called.

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He says what US Lu l surely will also also Lane me, while Enfagrow Nomi another of his co writers are Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was heavy, call Allah Who to Adam like and Adina Had Allah for Buddha homothetic. He said that the very foundation of knowledge rather than the very foundation of knowledge,

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and the most beneficial knowledge

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is looking at the lives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his campaigns.

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Allah said, those were the people whom Allah guided. So follow the guidance. So Solid anam the sixth chapter in the Quran, the 19th I

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He says that the foundation of knowledge

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and the most beneficial knowledge is looking at the lives and that is because as we've mentioned, on several occasions, when you say and sort of Al Fatiha, Idina a Scirocco Mooster team was that me

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guidance to the stray pet

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you could stop right there and that's a great guy. Right? Oh Allah guide us to the street pen. But Allah did not let that be sufficient for us. If you stop there you don't have a you don't have a select because you need so little fat you have for your select to be valid.

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100 100

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kids in the masjid is indicative of a new generation of Muslims will have the great thing.

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Toy hula eCola Xena Had Allah for being malnourished back so little fattier, Dino Serato Musa team and then what do you say Serato ladina and naantali.

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So you're asking Allah to guide you to the straight path of what the path

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of those whom you have favorite.

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So it's not enough. Allah azza wa jal is telling us here. Don't just ask for guidance but ask for guidance like those people who have been favored by Allah subhanahu wa Tada. Which means you have to know what

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you have to know their lives. See, because Allah Subhana Allah is telling you, if you just ask for guidance, then guidance becomes something that's theoretical. It's like

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it's, it's just a pet. It's just something that's in your mind. But once you ask, the path of those whom you have favorite, now you have an actual path to look at role models that you follow.

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who will who are those Allah azza wa jal described as sort of in the sand those whom he is favorite.

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Who are they? In the been? The Prophets was Sidiki. The sincere and truthful was Shahadat, the martyrs was saw the hint, the righteous Hassan, Rafi.

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And they are those good companions to be with even if you don't physically live with them, they are your roofer calm, they are the ones that you want to be with, you want to walk their path, everybody has a role model.

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Right? Your role model needs to be those from ALLAH SubhanA which Allah has favorite. So even though Josie here is saying, the very foundation of knowledge, the most beneficial knowledge is looking at the lives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in his campaigns. Once you learn that, then you'll be able to follow guidance. You hear the Imam

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the when he's in Keynote, right? At the end of taraweeh.

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What's What's the beginning of Kulu?

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Allah Hamada, Allah Medina, Allah Martinez stop fee men who date just like a dino Sirata Mr. Kim Sirata Latina and I'm Talia guide us amongst those whom you have guided us guide.

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So it is extremely important that the Muslim knows the path of those who proceeded

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so that you can be able to follow their path by even okay Rahim Allah Who Tada said, you can write this down Shala

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a person's happiness in this life and the next

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is tied to the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Therefore, it's an obligation for everyone who is true to himself.

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And once salvation and happiness for himself

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to know enough of the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, trying to keep up to know enough of the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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that it removes him from the category of the ignorant

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and puts him

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in the category of the prophets, followers.

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And in other words, you need to know enough of the life of the prophet Sallallahu wasallam in his guidance, that you are no longer considered to be amongst the ignorant.

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You have to be in order to be a true follower of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam How can you be that if you don't know his way?

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True, how can you literally you can't follow something that you don't know.

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It's like if somebody said Make a list of the things that never occurred to you.

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How do you do it?

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Right. How do you follow something and you don't know? Don't you don't know that way. So learning about the life of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan is very important. I want to mention one FF from Imam Malik Rahim Mahalo to Adam. And then I want you to tell me how this shows us that the Sierra is important.

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Ready? Okay. Allah Kay

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and his famous book shot he kinda had a sunnah wal jamaa. He said that he magmatic he mentions his neck. He died in 418. Imam Malik died in 179. So he mentions his his snap back to a mathematic. Rahim Allah, who said Khanna said of who you ollie Muna Allah the HomeHub by Abby Beckett in where Omar? Can you ollie Muna whom is Surah terminal Quran he said that the son of used to teach the children the love of Abu Bakar and Omar

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the way that they would teach them a sore from the Quran.

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Play how does this relate to the importance of knowing the surah of the Prophet sallallaahu said?

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Five you have to know their lives. I need the life of Abu Bakar in Oman all the time. What's that have to do with the Sierra? Yes.

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Because the Companions, especially those two, right, we're very close to the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan. And they exemplified his character. Is that what you said?

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So that's good. Yes.

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Because they were the most beloved by the prophets. Elijah was sunnah. Yeah. And he

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else? Yes.

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They were guaranteed gen type. What's that? How does that relate to the ceiling? Yes.

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Because of the relationship that they have with the prospect, so all of that is true. But but this is this is what I'm getting. If that's how they were

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with Ebal bucket and Omar, how do you think they were with the life of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, right? If this is what if this is how, and notice Imam Malik, who died in 179, after the higit of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he's between him and the prophets. Elijah was only two people. And he his his narration is usually well, not usually but one of his strongest senate is Nafi. And in there, Omar, that the prophesy some did or said such and such, right. So he's only two generations removed

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from the prophet Isaiah salatu. Salam, if you look at it from that context, and even though it's more generations, but

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the point is, he's not far that far removed. And he's saying that the Son of God, He's talking about the scholars who preceded him, right, would teach their children the love of Abu Bakar and Omar the way that they would teach them a soldier from the Quran. That's what they were teaching them about Abu Bakar Amato, the Allahu Tana enrollment, that how much more so the love of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in, in his life like, quick recap Inshallah, of what we covered last week, we mentioned that the author

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who is who again,

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in a bill is in ebill, is a Hanafi Rahim Allah Allahu Tada. And in general, we'll see how you can break it down into two broad categories. One is with the prophesy son of the Mecca, or before he Jolla, and then the others with the prophesy Sonam did in Medina or after the Hegira. The Meccan period is broken down into two categories. What is that?

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Before Revelation and, and after revelation? We said that the author has mentioned 11 major events that happened before Revelation, we covered five of those events. The first of them was the birth of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan which occurred when

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during the year of the elephant, okay, aha, keep going. It'll be on a Monday, on the 12th It'll be alone Inshallah, although I don't think the second event was the death of the father of the Prophet sallallahu. It was something that in his father's death,

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and that happened when

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that happened before the birth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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What I did forget to mention last week, Inshallah, you can write this down now, is the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, his father, since we mentioned in his father, right, and we don't, I'm not going to go, you know, all the way back to none. And then what did he but I hate but I do think it's important for you to know some of the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. It's important because as we get down, and we're not going to do this, this particular time around, but there's only our first time that we're going to go through a book on the seal of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was saying, we're going to do some other things later on down the line. But knowing how these

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the other names that come up in the Sierra, how they relate to the Prophet sallahu wa salam becomes important. Alright, so here, what I do want you to know is this he is Muhammad ibn Abdullah

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Ibn Abdul Muttalib

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even Hashem

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Ibn abdomen F that part you should know today, at least. And then if you add on to that even cool site, even Keylab

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reason why going up to Keylab becomes important is because Keylab had two children who say, and Zara, and the prophesy salams mother Emina

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goes back to Keylab from the way of Zara, where as his father goes back to Keylab, by way of crusade,

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so even his mother and father were

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very distant cousins, like fourth tier or something like that.

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Tell you, so he's Muhammad Abdullah. Ibn Abdul Muttalib.

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Winnie Hashem nag demon F, even Kasavin killer. You could stop there sama. Later on down the line, we'll add on to it in the fight.

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The third event was the suckling of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam

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And we mentioned that is what who were his wet nurses or who suckled the prophesy Salah

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let number one

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the one who gave birth to him Amina been to have been

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okay his mother, she was the first one is called a prophet it is Salatu was sent in some of the narration say for three days some say for eight days they say our milk was not coming very strong. Right. And it was from the ad of the Arabs that they normally that they would send their children out anyway to outside of the city to be nursed by so who was his wetness? The main one Halima Sadie, who else

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swaybar molar or mo let

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mo let me lab she was the slave of Abu Lahab.

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Like anybody else we mentioned,

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I did mention somebody else.

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Yeah, and that was a mistake.

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So I mentioned that I'm Aiman Baraka

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been to Ghana will have a she that she was that she suffered the Prophet I didn't select to sit down. But upon further review in the books of the Sierra, it appears that that opinion is not correct. She was no doubt caretaker of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam from the time he was born, but she did not support the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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and, and baraka and have Ashiya.

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Anybody know who who she married? Yes.

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zayde inherit Ethan now. And they had a son named Osama bin Zayed right. Okay and say them inherited that was beloved to the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam he was the one who the prophets I send them adopted. And he used to call him Zaidan bin Mohammed.

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Right, and that was before adaption became prohibited in his name.

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Please so

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anyway, a lot can be said about Baraka. Amen. While the along with Tyler and her, but this is a a summarized version of the Sierra. But her her life story was amazing as well. She was the one who after the death of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Bucket and Omar went to Ennis. And he said take us to, he said, take us to Amen. Because the prophesy Sony is to visit frequently.

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And so when they went to visit her,

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she was crying. And they said, Why are you crying? Don't you know that the prophesy sums in a better place. And so she said, I'm not crying, because we know that the prophesy centum is in a better place. And she said, I'm crying, the NL ye a minister Macedon copper, because revelation has seen it cease to exist. So she was crying because there is no more direct connection to Revelation Subhanallah

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fine. The fourth event was a splitting of the chest of the prophet Isaiah salatu salam we read quite a bit of that. The fifth event was the death of the prophesy Saddam's mother

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and who was his mother? Write this down? I mean, I've been to I have been

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in the abdomen F not the same abdomen F as the other had been abdomen F.

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Ibiza even Keylab

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right. So you see where

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her lineage meets with the lineage of Abdullah the father of the Prophet sallallaahu was

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like we mentioned that she died

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returning from El Medina Why was she going to Medina in the first place?

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Me her brothers that

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wish her brother

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to visit her his maternal uncles and her brother in law, okay, or her maternal A? Okay. So these are actually the maternal, so benomyl in the jar. Okay, who were from Huzar Raj. So in Medina, they were two major tribes, right. O 's and the husband. They play a major role later on down the line in the life of the prophet Isaiah salatu. Salam after the Hegira right.

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But Ben when the job and on the job. They were from the husband, they were the maternal uncles of the province. It sounds great.

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that is abdominal colic.

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So they were his benjamina job where his paternal uncles not hers, okay, like

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turn to page 68 in a book that was sent to you.

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Shake up the Rezac shot

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where did she die?

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away? She died in a place called a bullet. Okay which is between is between Mecca Medina. Her grave was known by the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in by reread it and pay 68 Where it talks about him visiting the grave of his mother hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Karim of Allah hola hola. Shekinah Malinois lif happy to Allah. Imam Muslim related from the hadith of Abu Radi Allahu Anhu. That he said that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam visited the grave of his mother and he wept and moved others around him to tears and said, I sought permission from my Lords have begged forgiveness for her, but it was not granted to me. And I saw

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permission to visit her grave and it was granted to me so visit graves for that makes you mindful of death.

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And from the Sunnah of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was set in, she's gathered from this hadith

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is to visit the graves because they remind you of the hereafter Allah for Zulu have in there, so that you will visit the graves because they remind you of the Hereafter you don't have to wait for somebody to die. Right? Which is normally our practice we go when somebody has died.

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So we pray Janessa and then we go to the grave, but going to the grave any other time is also from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is Salento center, and it reminds a person of where they're going. And it puts things in perspective.

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Begin to prioritize things because you recognize that that is your

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destiny for everyone. And equal do not send the ether to animals by

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any questions about what is proceeding?

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Because we actually haven't started along.

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Any questions about what has proceeded the we covered five events? The birth of the prophet Isaiah select was Sudan, both of his parents death, right?

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We covered the splitting of the chest of the prophesy Solomon who was witnesses were like,

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today Inshallah, we're going to cover lines 10 through 1910 through 19 In the last chapter,

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I'm going to mention

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some things that you need to be aware of

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because there's

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the two issues that need to be dealt with in lines 12 And Alliance 16 So if you had a poem in front of you

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I will read together and shall align 10 says what jet do lil Ebby Abdul Muttalib baddest men and met him in lady Kathy

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use of

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so inshallah

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after the class for those who don't get the messages, there is a group on WhatsApp for this class. Join a group on WhatsApp so you can get all the materials inshallah.

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So, man, I will tardy beanie lamb or Kevin. So my Apple ID Vinnie l'amour, Kevin. Notice Todd even. And then there's the elephant Alam after right so tardy beanie llama. So my butadiene beanie llamo cuffin. She had matcha who's Summa ala sham your head? Was that bad dye me his Sani Asha. That's what it should say.

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His name

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was AKQA back there and me he sent me his Sani I shot. So the way that is written now, which is with eka by the army, and Miss may I show that's that they call it the broken

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a broken bait.

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Not a broken house.

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The bait here is the couplet, right? So the line

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Poetry is broken, because what do we what is this? What is this called? By the way? What is this poetry? This is called

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or Jewson. And me Ian and what is an order juicer in the first place? What is that? It's poetry written on a, the meter of righteous, which is most definitely no most definitely no Most definitely. Right. So it has to has the flow. So it's broken.

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If you if you say we're that bad, I'm euthanasia, it's broken. So the Senate that the author of this book has, which actually goes through interesting

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even avillez He, he actually gave a Jazza for this when he was on after he wrote it, he gave it to

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a chef, a Shams Mohamed Mohamed El Makdessi. He had a daughter her name was Emma to Latif ammeter Latif, that's the first time I heard that name.

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Emma talathi yet

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been to Ghana, Mohamed yangban to Shams Mohamed Mohamed Al Motta See, so the snags that people have today they go back to the author for this particular poetry go through her through her father right. And that's what they had. What bad was that bad the army hits any I shall be networks that follows the actual that follows the pattern. Now it doesn't change the meaning so if you're just going through the English Leave it leave it the way it is. Well, that got back to me Hasani I shop What can I mean Emery but here on Mr. Hub will sell on I was shimmy Ashraf on water fiam. He comes in where he knows Quran the minute Khadija tin now for those who study Arabic normally that would be

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Khadija right because my normal stuff. But Leo Mina Khadija 10 Motegi Iran will add a fee he Robbie Han will step Shira for canopy he actor who are they were bad who if thought who lay her? Well, we'll do who or what we'll do who both of them work. Well we'll do who and what we'll do who is the plural of what?

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And what it is a child? It's not just a son by the way. What is it? Well, we'll do oh, well, we'll do who minhang Hannah Ibrahim for our new car. SEMO

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hair is a technique

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Yeah, yeah, I know what he says. Her is that that's the only that's in some additions. That's what it is. And that's what makes it work

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shake a little samey heavy the hula he says for our new costume has integrity. And

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I'm not as smart as he is so he might be right. But the other additions that I've seen it seems to work better for a will cause him or her is temporary.

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By the rest is exactly as you see it was a in a boom okay, it's and will fall Timo Maputo Mila Hoon Nakajima

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well thought he will tell you Abdullah he will Kinokuniya spin default in Zara he will Keela loose mainly from desire he will cool movie hayati. He called him oh by the will Fatima to Venus fiam and that's it. And notice also file team it soon.

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When normally it would be file Teema to because female names are mem Nordman a soft

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like we got that. Alright, the English again is going to read the same for the read the English for the entirety of it 1010 to 19.

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And his paternal father, Abdul Muttalib passed away while he was eight no lie. Then his paternal uncle I will call him so gone his guardian ship and later to a sham he traveled. That was while he was 12 years old, and the well known incident with the healer took place. The man the best of mankind again traveled to a sham at the age of 25. Remember it as a trader for our mother for deja, and he returned that year after profitable trade happy in that year was his marriage to her and he later consummated his marriage with her. All his children were from her except Ibrahim.

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The first to earn that distinction was an opossum. Then came Xena ropa Yeah, felt Lima and uncooled zoom, who was the last of the girls and upon her five Abdullah

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But some say each name belongs to a separate, beautiful child. All of them tasted death's door during his lifetime, except Fatima who died half a year after him. Right? So here we have inshallah

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the 6/7, eighth, ninth and 10th event that I mentioned the 11th. We'll cover next week in shallow data, right before we talk about Revelation, because then there's another series of events that the author is going to talk about. So if we go back Shala to line 10, which I do will EBI Abdulmutallab by the man and met him in lady Kathy.

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We talked about the last thing that we talked about was the death of the prophets. Elijah was someone's mother, who died when he was six years old and one month according to the author.

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He then mentions that his paternal grandfather, father, Abdul Muttalib, so that's the father of Abdullah right? That He died when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was only eight years old, and the reason why he's mentioning the death of Abdul Muttalib. And why that significant is because he was the one who became the guardian of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after Emina died.

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And he was so loved by Abdo mattala that he used to give him preference over his own children. This is his grandchild, right? But like the Prophet saw his son was the only one that he would allow to sit on his carpet, the other children would be trying to get him to back up and don't don't go too close, because Abdulmutallab was, you know, was revered amongst his driving amongst the Arabs in general.

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But he loved the prophets, Elijah was some so much, and he took great care of him. And he showed them that, you know, paternal love from the grandfather standpoint. The thing was, he only lived for about two years after Emina.

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And so as he was, as he was dying, and he really recognized that he was dying, he

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advised his son Abu Talib, right, who was the uncle of the prophesy son, right, because this is grandfather's grandfather that children, one of his children was, was ever taught him. And so he advised me Talat, or put, put the prophets Elijah was son under the care of abitata. So the reason why the author is mentioned in here, is because Abdulmutallab was actually the guardian of the Prophet sallallahu, it was set up for that two year time span from the time he was six to the time he was eight. Now notice here, I think this is important for us to look at,

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and it'll come up later inshallah. But, but there's Hickmott, in the Prophet saw the son of being an orphan.

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Right, he never knew his father.

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His mother died when he was six. The next person in line his grandfather died when he was eight. Right?

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But don't you think that this is one of the things that made the Prophet sallallahu it was some of them have the empathy that he did for people, right? Because he himself, and he, he grew up without parents. So recognizing other people's struggles and being able to identify with those struggles are very important for a compassionate leader. Like the prophets Elijah was on was.

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And it also, you know, put him in a place where

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sometimes people don't listen to other people because they say you can't understand my pain. You can't understand what I'm going through. Well, that wasn't something they could say anybody can say to the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in, he lost his parents. And as you'll see, as we go along, he lost all of his children.

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Except for Fatima was the only one that outlived the Prophet, it aside was saying, he buried six of his children.

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Right? So nobody can come say to the person, you know, understand what I'm going through. Right a man and who grew up without parents, and who still persevered and was and was patient with the circumstances and what Allah Subhana Allah had decreed for him.

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And so for all of us and for the followers of the Prophet ideas, select was saying and knowing that and understanding

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and looking at how the prophets Elijah was some dealt with adversity is very, very important for us as His followers

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like the next event is covered in line 11 through my butadiene, Vinny Lambo, Kevin Moto, Suma Illa Shami Rahel Wacka. Me Hasani, I show what kind of min MD But he'll Mr. Hub. So here we have it

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The abitata the seventh thing is that it will taught it became the guardian of the Prophet alayhi. Salatu was set in nobleton. It was his uncle.

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He was able taught him.

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We'll talk more about him in line 31. All right, that we won't take up too much time man. He's going to come again because he died

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in the ninth or 10th year after the revelation, and he was a major, major supporter of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in.

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But he never accepted Islam.

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He never accepted Islam. Now, mind you, he went through all of the things that the prophesy said I went through, including when the prophesy someone was boycotted and everything else. He was part of he was part of that, because he truly did, and he cared for the Prophet sallahu wa salam.

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And in fact, I mean, all indications that he believed that he was a prophet, he knew that the Prophet saw something did not lie, not before revelation or after revelation. He knew that. So he knew that if the prophets Elijah was Selim said that he received revelation from Allah that he received revelation from Allah, He knows that about the prophets, Allah was Allah.

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What do you think it was? That kept him from saying,

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Let Illa Allah Allah

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He feared what his people would say.

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I'm telling you this because panela nobody, nobody. It doesn't matter how old you are. A lot of us think that a lot of young people at least, we think that peer pressure stops when you get out of middle school in high school,

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that you could be 70 years old, and still be worried about what your peers think. And that can stop progress. It can stop good from happening for your own life, or for the other people's lives, who you affect because you're worried about what somebody else is going to say.

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And that is why it is very, very important. To surround yourself with good people, and to be good to the people that you are surrounded by. There's two different things.

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Surround surrounding yourself with good people is one thing, being good to those people who are around you is a different thing. And you need to do both.

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But being careful who you surround yourself with, and that in the Hadith sahih al Bukhari

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it details what happened at the death of Embleton.

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And at the prophets of Allah, it was sudden went to him and he say yam, oh, my uncle say a word. Just say this statement. Something that I can use to argue on your behalf. Well, you're welcome.

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The prophesy son wasn't worried about anything else except this man salvation.

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I mean, it just shows you how important it was to the prophesy son, and then his uncle

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was say nine analog before he died. I mean, what benefit is the prophesy song get from that? Nothing. This man is dying. It's done. It's over. He gets nothing from them. But he's trying to get him

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to get to a point of salvation. Who's around him at the same time?

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Hmm, let Michelle Abu Jehan and Abdullah bin Omiya

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and they're saying to him the prophesy sounds trying to get them to say Leila and LaDonna other side a ton of military Abdulmutallab, you can go back, you will leave the religion of Abdulmutallab till his death. They are right there peer pressure, peer pressure,

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till he's on his deathbed, you're going to leave the religion of Abba metallic.

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So the last thing that he said about himself is that he is either middle of the mythology.

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And he died on that and he didn't die on lay down Allah even though he believed

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but he didn't witness.

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And so for those people, you know, because we live in a society where we trying to invite people to Islam and you can see Subhanallah this person believes everything I'm telling them

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but if they don't witness if they don't bear witness with the tongue, we can't treat them as Muslims.

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will Lums that. On that note, will Seamus Shea youth come?

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Be sure, especially for those of you who have non Muslim relatives, be sure to get your affairs in order to night and not wait till tomorrow.

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do what you have to do talk to who you have to talk to, to make sure that if you die,

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that you were treated as a Muslim upon death

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in the last 10 days,

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we've had to deal with two incidents of people who die in the next of kin is not Muslim, and did not want them to be buried as Muslims we have a situation right now.

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And inshallah

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you know, when a Janessa T

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in sha Allah, all of you will be there in the lab will let you know, but there's a young sister Subhana Allah, I don't think she was 21 years old.

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She accepted this man, the last year she

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last year, and married a young brother. But

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I mean, if you marry somebody than your spouse is next of kin, except for the fact that

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if you get married at the 2005 in Philadelphia,

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and you don't have a marriage license from the state, you just have the Islamic marriage. They don't count that as a legal marriage in the sense that that person becomes your next of kin.

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Before 2005 is a different story.

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Which means that what

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now this is the accepted Islam restaurant family is not Muslim.

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And Allah Subhana Allah call the bank and last Medina mercy on it. But again, this was a situation where her next of kin did not want her to be buried as a Muslim on humbly land.

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Allah subhanaw taala turned our heart and made the lead will be able to pray over but don't think that this is a an isolated incident. I'm saying personally we've dealt with in the last couple in the last 10 days, two incidents right so get your affairs in order again. And here we have a situation where the prophets Elijah was synonymous trying to get his uncle say last night alone is dead deathbed

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and we and we see the results of having evil companions

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people who

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even if Subhana Allah, even if they seem to be people of good character and all that how can a non Muslim upon you that what are you going to tell you? They're going to tell Tina shahada they're gonna say Leila Leila while you die

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who you around who's to say when you're going to die Who do you want to be around you when you die?

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Really like who do you want to be around you when you die?

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Is those people you normally around that night?

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So, who you take is a campaign is very, very important, who you take as campaigns very important, like

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he then said that

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abitata took the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to Shen

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and Sham is Syria and the surrounding regions took the prophesy Salem to Sham for the first time that was the first time promising some what the sham The second time was when he was 25 he went to Sham

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and he met there a monk named Mahira

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So, the prophesied Some went to Sham with Evel Tata

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at the age of 12. And this is a difficult journey. Right. But it also shows you that Apple Tala who cared deeply for the prophesy, some did not want to leave him in Mecca with anybody he wanted to make sure that that he stayed with him.

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But also what happens is that, you know, you take some somebody 1213 years old at that particular age, and they go on that journey with men. They learn a lot about manhood. Right? Because it's not an easy journey.

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There's no you know, air conditioners and plane and that type of stuff. I mean, they're traveling by land and from Mecca, all the way to Shan which is which is quite the journey.

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what happened when he met met the Christian monk, the hero, turn to page 74, and your book,

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explanation of shadows and better Hola.

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You see

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Okay go ahead read that shall know it because he'll even because he even Kathy Rahim Allah said about this event, his uncle took him on a journey to shun on business, while he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was 12 years old.

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And this illustrates his kindness towards him, due to the fact of not having anyone who could take care for him. If he left him in Mecca, his uncle and those who traveled with him to Sham notice signs in the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that increased his uncle taking care of him and having a stronger concern for him. As for a Tirmidhi Rahim Allah relates in his jammer with a chain of narrators, all of which are trustworthy, from the clouds providing shade for him. So Allah Allah who settled him, the trees leaning towards him, giving him shade and the knowledgeable monk giving his uncle glad tidings that his nephew would become a prophet, and ordered his uncle's are returned to

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Mecca, so that the Jews would not see him and aspire evil towards him. And he would be the hero He's talking about he was he was the monk, at that particular time, many of Al Kitab they believe that a prophet based on their own knowledge of the book, and their own studies, they knew that another prophet was coming.

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Many of them did not know where that prophet would come from, but they believe that it would be during their lifetime, right. And so when he saw some of the things that were happening around the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, and this was from the time he was young and even Halima, we talked about having this idea, she saw certain things from the Prophet sallallaahu, some she couldn't explain it, but she saw that he was blessed to use generic term.

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And so, but here I saw from the prophesy some certain things, and he told his uncle abitata, that he special, and that he believed that he would be that he would be a prophet. He said that if the Jews and accorded some of the scholars, he was talking about the Jews of Shen, that if they saw him and they found out about him, that they may do to him as they did to previous profits

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from their own books, right, that they will kill some of their profits. And so he was scared for the Prophet saw you said, um, so he told me I will tell them to take him back to where he came from, so that he would be safe. This is what is mentioned about that first trip to a Shem. And how old was he doing that first trip he was 12 years old. It that says was settled on that was shimmy Ashraf on water fiam come certain way Sreenath Quran.

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And then the best of mankind went to Sham at the age of 25. So remember, so the author jumps from

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the age of 12, to the age of 25.

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And there's not really much known about, you know, what happened exactly during that time period.

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Except that we know for a fact that the Prophet SAW THE LAW it was selling for a significant period of time was a shepherd.

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And the prophets I seldom talked about that later. It comes in the books of authentic hadith that the Prophet SAW Selim said that there was not any prophet, except that Allah subhanahu wa, tada had made them a shepherd at one point. And when you study the life of the shepherd, you see why it's so important for the prophets to have been shepherds, what does the shepherd do?

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Okay, so, right, so they take care of all of these sheep, and even the prophesy seldom mentioned about each and every Muslim could LUCAM Ryan will call Luca missile, Miss oon, a yeti that every one of you is a shepherd and everyone will be asked about his flock. Okay, so a shepherd has to be extremely patient, especially when you're talking about let's not just talk about anywhere, you're talking about mech, which is hot year round, right? And so the shepherd is out dealing with the sheep, helping the sheep give birth, when they have to give birth, that the grazing of the sheep takes a long time. So it's not like they just out there for hours. They're out there for long

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periods of time. They have to protect those sheep from the wolves. Right.

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And what does the Prophet do with his OMA teaches them what they need to know to protect them from Shaytaan?

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Right, in any other enemies and any other predators that may be out there. Also, she tend to be

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not very smart.

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They tend to be not very smart so the Shepherd has to make sure that the sheep is not just walking away going about his business you know that kind of just we say absent minded and you got to look out for him sheep have different I don't know personalities kind of doesn't work because we talked about persons but the they're not all the same they have different tendencies right so you got to look for the ones a little aggressive the other ones that in the Shepherd has to learn how to work with all of these different personalities like a leader right that has to deal with all different kinds of people. And so the that the prophesy some training was sheep

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actually helped him later on in leading the OMA

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any in the prophesy some dealt with people differently think about that, man, that came

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very aggressive. And and, you know, he was with the province like center, probably something say anything to him. And then when and then when he left the province it sounds a bit sir. Appalachia that means that he's he's not a good man. So I should have the low tide and has a term well, you know, but but when when he was here, everything you know, seemed like it was cool. In the prophesy centum said the words that people is the one that you have to, to jameelah who basically it declines sharply. He you gotta like butter him up, so that it doesn't cause you harm is that the person you want to be the person that other people have to butter up? Because if they don't, and you're going

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to harm them, right? But the process of knew how to deal with those kinds of people to

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butter them up into exotic

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bits Aquila, Sheila, right? But the prophesy son knew how to deal with all his people. But part of that was from that training of being a shepherd, because it taught them patience. It taught them perseverance. So Leia was salam, right? It, it taught him how to look for tendencies. And so being being a shepherd, met, not just that compassion and mercy. Because these animals will harm themselves. If you if you let them. It's not gonna bring any harm to you, but they are harming themselves. In a prophesy, Saddam had to be as a shepherd, you think that none of the sheep died, so you have to be there as well to when when they go into those last moments, Subhan Allah. So we know

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that somewhere between that time period of 12 to 25, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a shepherd, and that that had a huge bearing on his personality. Some Allahu alayhi wa sallam in it also shows that he wanted to contribute to the household, meaning one Ebeltoft have had a lot of mouths to feed. And the prophets Elijah was someone was not his biological son. Right? It was his nephew.

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And he didn't just sit there and wait to be fed. But he went out and he worked for some wages because the Companions asked the prophesy sunnah. Oh, you used to be a shepherd, you were a shepherd and prophesy Selim say yes, I used to shepherd ala carte or libo. The Mecca Yani, in other words, for some, he's mentioning what his wages were, which were not aligned. But this is what he did for the people of Mecca. And this was to help bring income to the household of abitata, which shows the importance of working right and that not just waiting to be fed, and not just sitting on your back expecting, you know, there's something is going to come to you because that breeds a whole different

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type of personality. Like

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we move a little slower today Allama Stein, than I wanted to, but we finished the eighth event,

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which is the prophesy son, I'm traveling to Sham for the first time and meeting but he Iran and what happened between the years of 12 and 25, we'll pick up next week in sha Allah

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on the 13th line, which is whistled on me, I shuffle the water will pick that up. Next time, it will move a little quicker through the text in the lights out so that we can at least get to line 25 Next week be the nights out which is where I need you to memorize them for next week. So line 25 If you need help, if you need help with memorizing. And for those of you not memorizing an Arabic, that's fine, read the English over and over and over and over again until it sticks. Just keep reading. So that you know the life of the prophet it is Salatu was sinning because we're going to build on this for the next class. Right? This is our first study of the Sierra. And I meant what I said last week,

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which is that in the lab, we'll be studying the seal of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan and so Allah azza wa jal calls us back

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In the law,

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it is that important that we go over his life, multiple, multiple times and extract the benefits. I mean, the there's a book any a little over 100 pages is just a day in the life of the prophet Isaiah slides was sitting, right a day in the life of the prophet. What did his life look like from the time he woke up until the time he went to sleep? Right? And in that take that take us 10 weeks, right? There's so many things that we can go over in the night to add about the life of the Prophet alayhi salatu was saying, some of it will be repetitious, which is a good thing, because repetition is a great teacher.

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And there's nobody, nobody on planet Earth whose life we should be more concerned about, than the life of our Prophet Isaiah Salatu was sitting in imitating his life emulating him Alia Salatu was Salam lookat canon confy Rasulillah Switzerland. And we have the best example in the life of our Prophet sallallahu Sallam either below Adam salatu salam robotica novena Muhammad if there's any questions you can put it, you can pose them to the admin of the group for this particular class. You can see Adam and shallot to be added to the group for and it's it's in the general Philadelphia messenger

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Whatsapp group, how you can join but we don't have time for questions because I already went over a long time inshallah we'll meet back here next week. 6pm in the day to Anna Subhanak long hamburger shadow Nolan and to stop reporter Willie