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hamdulillah Robin Alameen wa shadow Allah you know Him alone he was solid he was shadow under Mohamed Anagha who was who battle Allahu Rahmatullah mean a llama Allama. Sunday was all over vertical and then and then Amina Mohamed one early he also heavy remain my bag. Today in light added the 14th of logic 1443 corresponding to the 22nd f1 to the 16th of February 2022.

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We'll commence with the fourth lesson of Judah and miii 100 lines of poetry about the about the CRO of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam.

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And, as we mentioned before this, or Judah, this poem is meant to give us an outline of the life of the prophet Sallallahu wasallam. And it's not going to give us every single detail. But in the nighttime, it will give us the skeleton, the broad

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overview of the life of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam and we stopped at line 22. And as I mentioned in the last lesson, lines 22 through 41,

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covered the second half of the Prophet sallallahu it was someone's life and that half the second category of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is life in Mecca, and that is, after receiving revelation salAllahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Before going any further, I want to encourage you all to try to finish up to line 45 by next week.

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All right, the test or the contest is on March 30. Wednesday, March 30. And the lady to add is a contest for the brothers a contest for the sisters. And the children will not have a contest. The children be in the law. Every every child 15 And under who was able to

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save the entire 100 lines, making five mistakes or less in the later they will get $100 All right. The adults will have to compete against one another shall

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that's good competition, by the way.

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Play. So Inshallah, the line that we're starting with today is we're back that AMI Urbina of Silla, feel Malik Nene Yochanan from Kula

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after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turned 40 years old order sila, which means he was sent that is that he received revelation sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that was on Monday Yaqeen. And that happened on Monday for sure. Fun Hola. So narrate that convey that.

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The way the reason why we know that this happened on a Monday is because the Prophet sallallahu was someone was asked about fasting on Monday. And he said that a yo Moon will lead to fee. That was the day on which I was born. That is the Prophet saw the son was born on a Monday, what boy if two fee, and I was sent on that day, meaning that I received revelation on Monday, that is the first time that the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan received revelation

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for you. So this is the first of 14 events that we're going to cover. And those 14 events span 13 years. And once the prophets of Allah it was sudden was sent, how was he again

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40 years old, the scholars start counting from there. So they call it the first year after the Bertha, Yanni the first year after the Prophet saw us on was sent second year after he was sent there year after he was sent. So this is how they start counting all the way up until 13 years and then what happened

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then the Prophet SAW is how to make Hegira. Right? And up until now we count based off of the Hijiri calendar, the Hijra being the first year, right so second year after the third year like this. So just so that we realize how those events are counted, okay.

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So the prophets Allah was son was sent

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at the age of 40 cent meaning that Jabril and Islam came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he was worshiping in levar and Hera, the cave of Iran, and the prophets of Allah, Allah was seldom started going there lately. The wattle added me for a certain period of time

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Not a very long time with the Prophet sallahu wa salam started going there. Actually alongside her and her and her Hadith, she narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam started seeing dreams for a period of six months, and that these dreams would be would come true for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and dreams are a form of Revelation, the prophetic dreams. The dreams that the prophets and animals send and receive are a form of Revelation. So the prophets Elijah was someone was see these dreams come true.

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He was also going to the cave of Iran. You get to head north, which means that your tab but that is that the prophets Elijah was Sanlam was worshipping Allah subhanahu wata Anna in seclusion from everyone else. And so he would go to the cave and worship Allah subhana wa Tada. And it was at this time that Jabril idea Sadam came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is what is going to be mentioned in the next

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in the next line, line 23 He says,

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and this is who's the one that wrote the poem, what's his name?

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What's his what's his full name?

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I live an ID. Mohamed whenever isn't Hanafi at DMST by

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and he died 1777 92 792 Play caller Rahim. Mahalo to add if you're on Ivana Olivier. Oh, well, he was sort of a one on one Asili he said, When did this happen? When did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam received revelation we know for sure that it was on a Monday

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FuRON Madonna, older Biella Willie, either in Ramadan, or it will be a loved one which is the worst month of the year.

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If you start from the Haram, or Viola will is the third month of the year. Okay, so for Ramadan, so the he was either revelation was either revealed to him in Ramadan Jani for the first time, or it'll be a one which is the third month on the calendar was sort of took for a willow monastery. And if Quran that surah the beginning of the sword or not the entirety of this order. That was the first thing that was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Here, the author says in Ramadan or the bill of oil and that's because the scholars did not have consensus about when the Quran was first revealed in what month.

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There are some who based on the statement of Allah Subhana Allah Shah who Ramadan and let the Uzi feel Quran in surah Al Baqarah Allah azza wa jal says the month of Ramadan in which the Quran was sent down shadow Ramadan and the Uzi revealed Alright, so there are a number of scholars who say that this is proof that the Quran was first revealed in Ramadan, but based on the Tafseer of even our best,

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and others amongst the scholars of tipsy if they say that this is actually referring to when the Quran was sent down

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from the low helmet food and beetle isn't from the preserve tablet to Gibreel and incident, who then revealed it to the Prophet it is selected with Sam based on Allah azza wa jal commanding him to reveal it at different times. So it's possible that it was at or below what is possible that it was in Ramadan.

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And that the first that was revealed to him was a Quran. That is a mystery, Robbie Kennedy Haluk. Now the Prophet alayhi salatu was Sam.

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And this story Subhanallah is a

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is a tremendous story. And we're not going to go into everything that was mentioned about the story but I do want to read to you the hadith of Ashanti along with China, because there are quite a few benefits that we can get from actually allow China and she said that the commencement of divine inspiration to Allah Subhana Allah his Messenger SallAllahu wasallam was in the form of good dreams, which came true like bright daylight that is, they became clear just as they were in the dream.

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And then the love of seclusion was bestowed upon the Prophet sallahu wa salam. So he used to go to the cave of Hira, where he would worship Allah Subhana Allah continuously for many days before his desire to see his family

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She then said the angel came to the Prophet sallallahu. There was some of them and said to him, and he said, Matt, and it'd be a party.

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And every party, I don't recite anything, I'm not a reader. And that was repeated to him several times, until the angel took him and squeezed him so hard that he thought he could not bear it anymore.

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He then released me and again asked me to read and I said, Man, it'd be harder. I'm not a reader. Thereupon, he caught me again, he squeezed me third time. And then he said, Cora, Bismillah buckler, the Holla Holla, call in sentiment anak until the fifth I

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play, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I want you to listen to this by

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this will come later Inshallah, as we study, Sierra for the next time, I want you to think about something how do you think that the prophets Elijah, someone felt,

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at this juncture?

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Scared, right. The prophets Elijah was someone was scared, why he's being squeezed by an angel, right? Which does he really know at that particular time. But this is Jibreel. Like, what's really going on?

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Along with being scared, perhaps a bit

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unsure, like uncertain about himself?

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Like, what exactly is this?

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See, there are some people and the reason why I'm bringing this up. Now, if you read in from the mustache 18 Are those those? They call them Orientalist? Those from outside the dean who study Islam?

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They will make it seem like he was trying to be a messenger. Right? He was trying so hard that he believed that revelation came to

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this is not the reaction that the prophesy someone had based off of the literature that we have of his name. So what happens? The prophets Allah was some returned, his heart was trembling, according to the hadith is highly scalable heart.

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He went to Khadija his wife or the low tide and

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and he said, cover me cover me, right?

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The Milania Milania and he the people of his house, so they covered him until his fear was over. And then he told her deja vu a long time and everything that

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and he said, I fear that something may happen to me or if I was scared that I was going to die.

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And this is not an experience that the prospect seldom asked for. It's not an experience that he requested

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in Khadija or the love of China, and he replied with the reply that I hope we pay attention to. She said Kela and he never will law he right by law. Allah will never disgrace you. A law will never disgrace you what was her evidence for that? Why does she feel so confident that Allah would never disgrace the Prophet sallallahu it was something she said in NECA tassel. Orion. That was the first thing that she said.

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Because you keep ties of kinship, you keep ties of kinship.

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There's a hadith the Prophet sallallaahu Salam is talking about the Searight and yesterday in the class on it that we talked about a SWAT talk meaning the the bridge that goes over the hellfire and some of those narrations, the Prophet salallahu it was some says ciliata Rahim comes on one side while a man on the other side. This is how important it is on the CLI right that on one side you have ties of kinship and on the other side your trust

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a man X Amana in general your trust and this is what is keeping the person straight on the Sirat. The first thing that Cadiz in while the low tide and said for inika Tahsin Orion. You keep the ties of kinship. It is so important in Islam, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam put emphasis on this matter after keeping the ties of kinship

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and who are the first people deserving of your good Rhiannon Seletar while keeping the ties of kinship

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and amongst them who? Your mother, right. The man went to the Prophet idea Salatu was saying is going to happen Nancy be Hosni sahab at and who is it that has the most right to my companionship.

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prophesy some said and then he said your mother, your mother, your mother three times and then he said your father so if your mother is alive, he Subhanallah and he be careful that you don't say anything that is going to cause your mother to be angry.

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And then your father and keeping those ties of kinship this was something that the prophesy some of the when after Islam or before

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he did this even before Islam, and then a Stan came in did one perfected noble character. Character good character existed already. And the prophets Elijah was on came to perfect that good character, she said, you keep the ties of kinship. What testicle Hadith, you are truthful in speech. And this is the prophets Elijah was sunnah was aside. I mean, even before, even beforehand, they knew him to be truthful. SallAllahu wasallam. And this is why it's very important as Muslims, that you tell the truth,

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that we don't have this concept in Islam of Little White Lies, we really don't.

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And a person Subhan Allah, Allah is Allah yet. And he's going to continue to lie to you activate and delight them until he is written with the loss of habitat as a cadet a perpetual liar.

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This is very important that we also recognize that this quality of truthfulness,

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and then she went on to say, What a miracle.

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That is that you look out for the week.

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And when they are weak people in society

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that you are you are the one that carries that burden for them. Again, this is the promise like before this man, what taxi Bulma do you give to the destitute you help the poor? And is a difference between looking out for the weak, right? Sometimes the weak may have money but they don't have this certain status in society, or they may literally be physically weak.

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Probably some looked out for them, and he gave to the poor.

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What took relief, you honor your guests were to Eno and unaware it will help you assist at times of calamity and tragedy, like money when there's calamities the prophesy son will be one who stepped up?

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Does this look like somebody who was a hermit who didn't know the people around them? They didn't know him the process I was involved in his society

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before he was sent as a prophet,

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and this is I mean, this is just important for us as Muslims that we recognize these qualities. And it was because of these qualities me to put it to put a matter in term when it was because of the prophesy sometimes humanitarian efforts, right? That Khadija Radi Allahu Tana NSA Allah whenever discretion

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Hello whenever discretion because of the way that you are with the creation of Allah. All right.

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That being said,

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No, we recommend to lie they said after this hadith, he said in this is an indication that noble character and good qualities are means of being saved from evil. Right? So in any event, the prophet it is so it was a mistake to our our lesson because if we don't, we'll get we get caught up.

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I need the prophet Isaiah select was Sudan was sent at what age at the age of 40? On what day on a Monday, which month,

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either Ramadan or reveal or what. And the first thing that was revealed to him was a Quran and how was his response to being sent and receiving revelation? He was he was scared and uncertain at that particular time. All right.

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At that point,

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at this point, Revelation, paused the prophesy someone received some revelation, and then the Prophet sallallahu. It was some of them that then the revelation paused, and that was for a period of time. Some of the scholars say,

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three weeks, some say a lot longer than that three months.

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It was after that, that the Prophet salallahu it was some saw Gibreel as he was created by loss of habitat, is most of the time when the prophesy son was see Jabril he would resemble one of the companions but the prophesy Son of Saul Gibreel, Allah Surah T. Murthy. He saw him the way that he was originally created two times as it comes into Hadith in Sahih Muslim. The first was that time after the Paul's in Revelation in the second according to many of the scholars that was named as the prophesy some didn't clarify, in the Hadith, the second

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Time was during the ascension. In the Night Journey of the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam in the ascension la sala well made a large fight.

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What event is this?

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Which number?

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It's number one.

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No, no, it's the alright. Remember we said that before revelation.

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There were 11 events that we cover.

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Then there's revelation and those things that come after up until the hijra, and those are 14 events, according to the numbering that we're going to follow, which is the way to check solid or semi heavy low low to add to his numbered. All right. The

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so that's, that's one a.

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One B, one B, is what comes next in line 24 where the author of rock metal Lyrae says to Mel, we'll do our salata. Anima Jabri Lou, why not? We're here. We're here back at attorney McKenna.

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That's done in poetry, by the way, where they call it Dora cheriya. And it's the set it's necessary to hold on to the, to the meter of the of the line of poetry, to hold on to the meter of the verse. So instead of saying what here it's we're here back at me my camera. It then says Jabril

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taught the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will do and he taught the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Salat and that salon was two records. And a salon was two records. Not for

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when this Salaat become four records

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last night after the hinges on

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the nine during LSR will arrive that's what's a lot became four rockets before that. It was two rockets as a shuttle the local tower there and said that Oh 142 Select the window. So that was first made an obligation. It was back Itanium.

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Okay, and then it was and then it was completed to for rock X except for when someone is traveling, so for when someone is traveling.

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That being said, there's actually no explicit evidence that says that Gibreel taught the Prophet Salatu was Salam. Ala will do in Salah at this particular time. But the scholar but the books of Sierra mentioned this that Jabril taught the prophesy salaam Salaam and there's no doubt that the prophets Elijah was sunnah was making Salam very early on. In fact, there was a select that was obligatory upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that's not obligatory upon us today. So that was that

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pmla The Salam at nighttime.

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And there's some major benefits from what has just proceeded inshallah Tada. And I mentioned some of them. The first is the value of worshipping Allah subhanahu wa Tada and separating from corrupt environments. Where do we get that from the fact that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam separated from many of the people and went by himself in seclusion to a Hera.

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And every worshipper of Allah subhana, Allah needs periods of seclusion, and there's an annual period of seclusion that is not that far away, which is called what?

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Later TK?

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Right. And that's what it's supposed to be supposed to be seclusion. It's not supposed to be where you set up and you hang out all night with your friends in the message.

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there's a new terminology I learned to, for it for the 80 Caf when you just do it from

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from mother to budget, which is still valid to cat but they call a half to calf, because it's fun

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for you.

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The second

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is the value of pondering the act of a loss of habitat.

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Both the cosmic signs of Allah subhanaw taala and also the revealed signs of Allah de la jolla pondering over them, and you see that this is what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was doing. He's pondering the signs of Allah subhanaw taala. And after they were after he got revelation, then the prophets Elijah was someone was pondering the revelation of the loss of habitat. The narrations that mentioned that Gibreel taught the Prophet salallahu Salam

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Do a Salah we mentioned that those narrations are, are not authentic.

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However, the fact that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam prayed, and the fact that there was a purification for the prayer is something that is established without a doubt, from the very beginning.

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We see the importance of the ritual of Salat.

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And this is why it's so important that when somebody accepts Islam, right, all of the other things that a person might, you know, it might, we want to encourage them to do this, and do that, do this and do that. But the salaat establishing the Salah is super important, from the very beginning of a person's name. And the fact that the night prayer was made an obligation of the Prophet sallallahu It was sudden them

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is particularly intriguing.

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Because his mission was what

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was His mission. So like,

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he had to go out

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and call the people to his name at the very beginning, he wasn't calling publicly, he was dealing with individuals like his family and those who were close to him. But he still had a mission to call them to the deen of Allah, in the color to the religion of Allah has to have a connection with the lungs. How is it

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and there's nothing like the night prayer to build that connection when nobody else is watching.

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When you don't, you don't have an audience and nobody else is listening to you. Except for Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And that night Pierre is very important for that spiritual purification. The same way that we'll do is important for that ritual purification that is done before before the salaat by a lot of a lot can be said about that, but we'll move on inshallah to the next

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point, and this is part two, okay, this is the second event sorry, the second event

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called Rahmatullah they mama Blitz, Sharona Yeoman Kameelah for Rama TT Genin for Rama team G net new German hat isla. Alright, so then 20 days went by 20 Complete days went by, and the gin were being struck by

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shooting stars play. What does that mean? And what does that refer to? Go to page 108 And the translation of Chicago to Zach and better this explanation of origins and meeee and read from page 108 goes

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from unreliable Alameen wa salatu salam ala has been clean

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for a low level, you know, whatever I live with Allah, line 25 After 20 Complete days had passed terrifying stars or tests down on the jinn go to page 109 and read from night from the stars, stars, meaning shooting stars, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada informed us of the jinn after guarding the heavens with shooting stars, he said

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and we have sought to reach to heaven but founded filled with stern guards and flaming fires. And verily We used to sit there in stations to steal a Erie but any who listens now will find a flaming fire watching him in ambush meaning what that how do how do people like the fortune tellers and so what were they doing? They are getting information from, from the jinn who are stealing information from the heavens. Okay. And so what happened now, with the sending of the Prophet data selected with Sudan, this was a great event. Not just among mankind, but in all of the cosmos. And so something was happening.

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Type terrifying is gonna talk about a natural,

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terrifying meaning it is a dreadful letter in which it is not known from one direction one is suddenly attack.

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Even a Josie said Allah, the scholars of Sierra have stated the flora ish saw stars being cast down 20 days after the messenger the loss and the love audience and then was sent with the message of Islam.

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Imam athma a Tirmidhi and others related on the authority of international the law, the one that he said, The genius to go up to the heavens to eavesdrop on

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On the road on the revelation, when they heard a statement they would add nine to is the statement is the truth. And what they add was falsehood, but until today that is how people are believed Subhanallah even a kid that right? Even a person is a perpetual liar if he tells the truth one time, for some people that just gives them credibility, even though he's a liar.

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And, and this is what the gym would do. So they would they would find out something that was truthful, they would add on. And, you know, nine, which means even even what they were saying was was 10% Correct.

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Is very important. I'm just saying this because especially in the in the modern era of social media, you people follow anything.

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Somebody says one thing, right on one day, as an analytic they got you as a follower for life. I mean, that's, that's just unbelievable, Pamela but this is, this is exactly what I was talking about here tonight.

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On the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent with a message, the jinn were prohibited from sitting and listening. So they mentioned this to Emily's, and no stars were cast on them before. So they mentioned this, let's get them on. So they mentioned this to the police, and no stars were cast down on them before the police said to them, this is only happening due to a matter of occurring on Earth, Danny, something's going on. Something is going on. And this is why you're not able to eavesdrop the way that you used to be able to do so. No. So he dispatched his army, and they found the messenger of allah sallallahu wasallam, standing in prayer between the two mountains.

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When they returned, they told the police, it was in Makkah, he said this is the incurrence which is happening on earth. And he this is what's happening on Earth. And this is why you are no longer able to eavesdrop it. This there's some benefits from the author mentioning this here. Number one, because it happened so close to the initial revelation to the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam. But also to show that Allah Subhana Allah will protect the revelation from very early on, Allah azza wa jal is protecting his revelation as the

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No, don't keep reading.

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I'll take you in shallow just in a second. By the third event, you can write it down the third event is public, dour, public, dour type. The author Rama talathi says to my dyfi Autobytel ALEMI be Emily Java 10 mil Islam, it was in the fourth year, meaning after three years

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after the prophet is selected was sent and received revelation so in the fourth year, the Prophet salallahu It was sudden was command commanded to go out publicly and call to Islam. time before we get there, what does that mean? What's happened in those first three years?

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Think about what's going on.

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He was doing it privately tight Was that me?

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Right that the prophesy son was focusing on his family

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and his his close friends like Abu Bakar to siddik. Right. And then they were also working their service. Okay. Because Abu Bakar

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who you look at, who accepted Islam on his hands, like Earth man, all the Allahu Tida and

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these great companions who accepted Islam, or the hands of every bucket acidic during this time period when Dawa was still private, so it doesn't mean that they weren't calling to Islam. It just means they weren't standing on suffer like the prophesy some of the later and calling to Islam. But they were doing it so who was the first to accept this man

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so that the scholars because it's very difficult to say exactly who was the first they say the first amongst the women was the first amongst the men was the first amongst the youth were right. So first of most of the women was Khadija Robbie a long time and first of all, the men was at work at a severe first amongst the youth was adamant and we thought, well the low tide and who is right, and also turns out to be pleased with all of them. And

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and so, at this point, the Muslims in the early days

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they were gathering in Donald out of the house of outcome. He was you

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Any was not from the direct tribe of the Prophet it was selected was Sudan. So there was no suspicion there. And so they were gathering in the house.

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Later on, as we'll discover in shallow Tata, after the Dow went public, and Muslims facing persecution, they were two people who accepted Islam that brought might to the Muslims and they were no longer they would no longer have to just meet secretly in the house of outcome. In any event, the author says, in the fourth year, the province like Sonam, was called to or was told in command, it's a call to Assam publicly go to page 113. Read this statement of revenue came back into line.

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Even though the law said in his book that he lied, he saw a lot of audio sell them stuck on the propagation of calling to Allah subhanho wa taala. In secret for three years. Afterward, Allah subhanaw taala revealed, therefore Pelech proclaim openly Allah's message Islamic monotheism, that which you are commanded, first, that demand to model now we're already done in Janene and turn away off one and then wish the king and turn away from the Mr. King now. Keep going. So he SallAllahu Sallam started to openly give his Dawa and publicly declared enmity to his people and what they were upon. So the harm upon him and the Muslims increased until the law allowed them to make two

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So what happens here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam nails commanded, it's no longer you can't just keep it to this group of people. You have to take this message to to the broader public. And so the prophets of Allah it was sudden went on top of suffer, gathered the people

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suffer was where they would make the announcements. And the prophets Elijah was sent him said to his people, if I told you that there was an Army coming from behind this mountain, would you all believe me?

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And they say yes, because we don't know you to be alive.

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We don't know you to be a liar. Again, very, very important

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that the Muslims, and all of you whether you like it or not, you represent Islam. You represent Islam here in this country.

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That the Muslims have to be known to be truthful.

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So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to them, Would y'all believe me? And they say yes. So the prophets Elijah was son of Satan, I am warning you about a punishment that is coming to you from Allah. If you don't worship Him alone.

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by you.

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Let's take a let's take a look there.

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That's uncomfortable.

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Sankara uncomfortable.

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Most of us if we had the opportunity to give down

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our call is going to be you know, worship Allah. This is how you get peace of mind.

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Is how your heart finds peace is how you vote agenda.

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Paradise and the next life tranquility in this life. Islam is Islam is peace, right?

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It's not that that's not what Islam means. Islam means submission. All right, you won't have peace unless you submit but that's a different story for a different day. But look at what the prophesy centum said.

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He said, I'm warning you. I'm warning you. Now, obviously there is balance. There's balance in the book of Allah is balanced in the Sunnah of the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam in his call. But let's not ignore the fact that when the prophesy some still on top of that mountain, he was serious about warning them because he's saying, Look, if you all die,

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committing *, worshipping these idols that are around the Kaaba, which is right next here right here next to suffer.

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If you die on that, you're subjecting yourself to the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala he was the prophet of Allah. He believed that because it's true.

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A lot of us Subhanallah is just not on our minds enough. It's very important to think about that fact that the Prophet sallahu wa sallam came as a Nazir

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and the bishop, right he came to warn and to give glad tidings. But if you look at it, one of the first sword is revealed to the prophets Elijah was someone was yeah, a you have

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that fear.

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confab. She saw

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Comfort and

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comfort ended.

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Oh, you would definitely stand up and worn.

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I just don't want that to be erased from the dour of the prophets of Allah Hardy was Sanlam

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such that we just get into the whole feel good data thing, everything is about feeling good and making people feel good and making people and that's part of Islam without a doubt. But there's another part imbalance is what Islam is commanded us. Right? It's commanding us to come with balance, like

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Here we have the prophets, Elijah was Sena went out and he began the call to Islam

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publicly. Now, the fact that the Prophet SAW Allah who it was some call to Islam, privately, for three years, is also very important. Because if a person does not yet have the means to defend the message of Islam, it may be necessary at certain times to keep it restricted to a certain group of people that to call to Islam until you have some type of ability to propagate.

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What happened now when the Prophet saw the sun went public?

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Some people accepted Islam and the majority of them what rejected the message of the Prophet SAW Allah it was sullen. And then they became nasty.

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Because for several reasons, I mean, first of all, a lot of the economy of correlation to people of Mecca was built around, let's call it tourism, people come into worship the items if the prophesy centum is saying, I can't worship all those idols and we only worship Allah that that creates a big problem

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economically, right. Ideologically as well. How are we supposed to just up and leave what our forefathers have been doing for generation after generation after generation? And you're coming with this message claiming to be a prophet?

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Fish dead fish dead the other college Danny at this point? They're their harm of the Muslims became severe. Alright. And it was because of this, that we get to the next line. Which is that the 27th Correct. 27th mine.

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Were out of bounds. Man. Then he said with now I shall may not reach out a Sufi couldn't cut her job. So for women, and 12 men from the Companions all made he John Isla be die, they'll have sheet or will have sheet hommy Cin or fee here. I do. So my Doula Milan. And where did they go? They went to be lad, l hub, Shani Habesha, and what is happening today?

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What's the city? What is that?

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It's a region. That's true. So so I'll have a share is not a country. Okay, I'll have a shirt is a region and it encompasses parts of or all of some of these countries and Ethiopia, Djibouti and even even parts of Somalia

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so they went to inhibition. And then they came back. So how many went on the first Hyjal to inhibition?

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Okay, what did the author say?

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Four women and, and 12 men, tight?

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16. Correct. All right. So amongst them.

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Amongst them were with men.

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All the low tide and who and his wife

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who was his wife

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was mainly what I found was his wife

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would have

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been in the V.

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Net, they went

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on Selma and Abu selama.

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And I'm Selma was later with Mary the prophet Isaiah salatu. Salam Zubaydah been at ILM, and I met him No, no the a lot of time the animals right, all of them went in that first Hyjal

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Why did they pick

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el Habesha? What make the Muslims go to UN Habitat by go to page 118

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Call at 118 No

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that was not correct

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Bye, go to page 150

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All of them migrated to the land of Habesha.

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All of them migrated to the land of Russia. They the men and women migrated to the country of Russia. In the fifth year, after the Prophet sallallahu sallam was sent with a message of Islam, and in it they returned meaning in the same year, type go to 118 That is correct receiving the image okay in observing

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everything okay? And Rocco never lost his book. One the number of Muslims increased and the disbelievers began to fear that they're harming of himself. And torture of the Muslims increase, right? So the Muslims, the numbers began to increase. Not a lot. They weren't a lot of Muslims, but it started becoming uncomfortable for Quraysh they started

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sometimes you can just ignore it, right? You say it's just a few of them. But then when you start seeing some of the numbers grow, now you start to see a problem happening and we don't respond in a certain kind of way. It's gonna leave the door open people gonna think this is okay. So they say no, it's not okay. So they began to harm them, while they were still a small number, okay. Now,

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so the problem lies on them. So the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam allow them to migrants will have a chef, he said, There is a king, where no one person is wronged under his rule. So 12 men and four women made the migration, so why did they go to Habesha?

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Because there was a just ruler, that just ruler was a Christian, and not a Muslim.

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But the Prophet sallallahu, it was Sanlam

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as do most people value, justice, right, that this person was just, and that the rule that there was established was just, and so that so this was the land that the that the Muslims were guided to now. Among them was a man

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who was the first to leave along with his wife will play all the law I'm the daughter of the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah. They reside in habitat and the most excellent circumstances. Later news reached them that the operation accepted Islam so that so they're inhabitant and the news comes to them says that what the Quraysh have entered into Islam, so they now want to go back to the land, because now the land is a Muslim man that at least this what they were told, okay, and so they began to head back to Mecca.

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However, this news was a lie. So when they returned to Mecca, it was told to them that the situation had become worse than before. Some of them returned to Russia while a group entered and encountered severe harm from the Koresh.

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Among those who entered Mecca was at the modernists rules or the long line. Later, they were allowed to migrate a second time to I'll have a shot. So 83 men and 18 women migrated, they resided there under an agenda. And the Joshy is a title by the way, it's not a name. The same way for example, the pope, the pope has a title and not a name and the Joshy is a is a title, that all of the kings of Habesha, were given the title and the Jash. So they resided under in the Joshy. Now, under the most excellent living conditions, they resided there under majestic under the most excellent living conditions, they'll flourish, we're made aware of this. So the dispatch, or I'm on

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I'm in announce, it should be that the translator put on, but it's it's ama

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allows. And Abdullah we speak about paying for them associate with the lower echelon. Yeah, yeah. Same on the line. Well, let, because at this point, they weren't.

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My fuschia was, yeah, at this point. They were not Muslims yet. So this fascist I wanted to Laos and Abdullah in Abu Dhabi,

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in order to plot against them before the ruler and majestic, although Allah hurled their plot back back at any what's narrated in this regard.

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that they went to an agenda sheet.

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And they said, how can you?

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You know, how can you take in these people protect these people, and they speak evil about Jesus? Like, like they really cared about, about he said that this was this was how they, how they approached him, because he's a Christian. And he's saying you're protecting these people, they speak evil about Jesus. And he said, what do they say about Jesus? They say they say he's a slave. Abdullah

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say he's a slave. And so he got mad, like, What do you mean he's a slave? You know, this, they hold him in high esteem. And so he called Jafra. Whenever he thought it all the time

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and asked him What do you say about ESA? And he told him what what the Muslims athlete is regarding he said and read to him I had some sort of Meriam and this was when

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he man entered into the heart of the dashi lobby Allahu Tana And who the prophets Elijah was some praise a lot of hype for it when he died

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tight even though he never met the Prophet and as Elijah said, I'm gonna promise I've never met him therefore he is not a so hobby. It's not as a hobby.

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Not quite. So here what we see and then the the second Hegira which I don't think we we read 11 I did hope she will Jaime Siyam will be here it is Omar Abdullah Milan Yani so then they returned to Mecca through my do and then they returned back to a habitat lamb a lamb there's no blame on them for this because they were tricked into coming back to to Mecca

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he says that it's on whom now with a man who now module well my home American Hatter camo on national with a man in some market Islam FSI DC Hamza told I said which we'll get to in a minute inshallah so then it says,

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three 83 men and another 18 women all made made Hijrah to have a shirt the second time. So in total, How many were they the second time?

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101 Okay, 83 men and 18 women and then he says in the sixth year, Hamza Al Asad. The lion. Hamza Al Asad accepted Islam.

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Before we get to the the, the fifth event, which is Hamza entering into Islam, the fourth event was what by the way.

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The two hedgerows to Al Habesha, okay? And just note

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that hedgerow is not easy. But the Companions from the very beginning

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think about how long were they Muslim?

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For five years, right? Yeah, that they were Muslim for this very short period of time, five years. Some of them even less than that, right? And yet, they were willing to sacrifice their comfort for the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. Many times were asked to sacrifice much less than that. And were not willing to do so.

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And we need to look at the example of these luminaries, these people who entered into Islam and established the deen so that we could practice it today by law students, Alice, grace and mercy

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play. The fifth event, is that Hamza

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bin Motala

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entered into Islam,

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who was Hamza he was the uncle of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan. He was also the brother of the Prophet it is Salatu was Sudan by way of suckling

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because their wet nurse was the same, and that was the labor.

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Okay, so he's the uncle of the prophets, Elijah, the Sunnah and also his brother by way of suckling. Like,

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was the Islam of Hamza so important?

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Hamza was called Al Asad because of what a guy

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had a strong influence over Quraysh Okay, yeah.

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Yeah, yeah, colloquial terms. Yeah, that works. Yeah, he he was fearless. And as the story goes,

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you know, he heard

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say something negative about the profits of Aloha.

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and they say he was coming back from a from a hunting trip was something like this. And

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and when he heard Abuja speak ill of the prophets of Allah it was Sunday.

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He they smack them or hit him in the head with a, you know, with the bow.

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he said,

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Why don't you say that about me what you said about

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about my nephew?

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Why don't you say about me what you said about my neck hit me back if you if you if you built like that.

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He said, Because I'm on his D.

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And this was his announcement. But somehow sometimes it's interesting what actually brings a person over?

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Maybe all of you, I'm imagining you may have experienced this, where maybe you're talking to somebody about Islam. Well, you have been thinking about Islam for a long time. And then they say one incident that happened And subhanAllah you know, opens their heart at that particular moment, and they come into the fold of Islam.

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And so maybe that was what was necessary for him to hear, Abidjan speak like this about the prophets of Allah and he was some of them. And then that was it. And he that that was that moment, and he went to the Prophet it and Samantha was formally entered the de

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noche too long after that, like within a span of days, not a very long time. Somebody else accepted Islam.

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And the author did not mention it, but it's very, very important.

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And who was that?

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Oh Ma, while the Allahu Tida No. Amato, the allow China and who accepted the same story of Islam as well known. But I wanted I want us to turn to the statement of Abdullah and Miss old while the Allahu Anhu who said Mesonet is a 10 Mundo assalam. Omar is in Sahale Bahati. He said we, you know maintained my an honor the time that Omar accepted Islam.

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And sorry Tirmidhi the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sadam made the famous Dalai Lama has an Islam be a be a heavy heavy modulating Lake, Allah

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give honor to Islam, with the acceptance of Islam by the one of the two men that are most beloved to

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that that's not a good translation. I mean, let me run that back. Be a happy having about Junaidi like, I mean, with the one of these two men who was most beloved to you, right? And that was able John

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Amarin Hashem or

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Hapa hop. And Eliza Jo answer is the art and guided armato hottub to Islam. And the Roma and Hamza are the longtime enemy. They became, they were already fearless amongst Cooley, and feared amongst the people who really did not want to mess with them. That being said, Any Subhanallah after that, I think I want to cover this one, we'll stop.

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We'll just go. I'm just gonna take another five minutes, inshallah I know right now it's time for the comment. Just give me five minutes with Mila. So

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at this at this juncture, even though they

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became Muslim, and the Muslims were not persecuted the same way they were before, but they didn't have the ability to persecute them the same way they did before they were able to boycott the Muslims, and this is what happened next. And so when the Muslims were boycott it, that means what they're not selling to the Muslims. They're not buying from the Muslims, they won't marry anybody from them to the Muslims and vice versa. And

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it became a very, very difficult situation for the Muslims for a period of three years. Right. And then we get to this point, where the author says what baton tiss and Missy Neely Sati Mata Mata Abu Tati, but and it's every tiny button by the way, that's even though it's not correct, Rob, that's the way that the Pope povos will tidy but do cavalletti so his uncle died

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nine years after revelation. So in the year nine, however, many of the scholars say in the year 10 Three days later, we're back to her deja tune to fit my body. I am interested in mothers. So then Khadija died three days after

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Abu Talib died, right and this these are very important events.

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We'll get to the last one Shala I literally have the sixth is the death of Avatar, the 16th event is the death of Avatar.

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And the seventh is the death of Khadija on the low China and I just want to say a few things here. Number one,

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there is no doubt

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in a Muslim has to believe this, that Allah Subhana Allah will send those who he has the

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subpoenas to be patient panels to make the panels to do our job and calling to Islam.

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And Allah azza wa jal will open up the door and send those who add who would have thought at the time that Omar the low tide and who accepted Islam there Omar would be a Muslim, go back and read his story. Alright, so he would have been a Muslim. Right? Hamza, except in Islam was a great was was a great benefit to the Muslims.

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Even the fact that an ejection and the Jesse helped the Muslims and he wasn't a Muslim, at that particular time. So Allah azza wa jal made to be from places that is totally unexpected.

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The other thing here, and a lot can be said about the death of Embleton and the death of Khadija Altana. But the Prophet sallallahu wasallam lost all comfort at that point, human comfort, because His external protection was now there, and that was Embleton.

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And the internal comfort that he got from Khadija or the low tide and his internal support, was now dead, or the low Tiana.

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And what did this do,

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but increase the summer of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam which he would need for his mission and increase his reliance upon Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, which was also necessary for his mission.

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And it's not that the prophets Elijah was Sonam prior to that had any deficiency in his to welcome. Now I'm not saying that. What I am saying is that there's absolutely no human that the prophets Elijah was salam could look to the way that he was looking to prior.

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Because now every Tala is going, you have you don't have that protection, that same protection from Koresh.

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And this is what eventually leads to what

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to the hero. This is eventually what leads to the Hitler

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where we have Islam established, not just as a mass, right, but as a state. SubhanAllah. Right. So this is what led to that. And then the Prophet Allah is Salatu was Sam losing that internal comfort, which forces a person to even draw closer to Allah subhanho wa taala. So there's a lot of wisdom in what happened when it happened. We'll explore that in shallow data in the coming week, next week in the law. Again, for those who weren't here at the beginning.

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The competition

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for the adults is going to be on Wednesday, the 30th of March in the left, just just a few days before Ramadan inshallah.

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By next week, you want to have 45 lines memorized. On next week, you want to have 45 lines memorized.

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All right.

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For the children, there is no competition for the children, they just

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the beer gives it away so they can can you can join the children's competition, the children's competition for 15 and under

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as long as they recite the entirety of the poll, with five mistakes or less, and we end the night they will get the prize of $100 the adult competition is $300. Right? So we want you to strive to memorize this. And I'm even asked a few questions about what's this mean? Was this mean? The selection not memorizing, and you don't understand any of the words. Alright, and I'm not gonna ask you to translate. Well, we do want to make sure that, that there's some idea of the life of the prophet Sallallahu it was on a pipe, any questions corrections?

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About what we covered today. Questions or corrections?

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How many Yes.

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So ties of kinship, so So when we talk about relationships, or familial relationships, you're talking Number One immediate family and then as it extends, I mean, you know, your eighth cousin down the line

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Most people don't really consider them to be like, family, if you know what I mean. So whatever we consider to be family now

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it again, it depends who's overseas. So for example, let's just say you went to a different state to go to college, right? And your mom stays here. Are you gonna say, Oh, well, because of this, this long distance between us, you know, I mean, those days are over, we don't even there's no such thing as a long distance call anymore. Almost. Right. So I mean, just, there's obviously things you can't do if you're not in the same proximity, right? But, but other than that, do those things that that person would like for me, right. And that's the other thing is, there's no set rule or what it means to keep the ties of kinship. Right. So if your grandmother doesn't like you calling every single

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day, she's just like, man, his boys getting on my nerves, right? Then find out what she likes him. And you do that that's how you keep the ties of kinship, send things that they may like gifts and so on, so forth, visit from time to time, now.

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He warned them

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don't do this, you know, these come in, in a woman

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define that term, that they believe in an afterlife that they believe that they will be resurrected? No, the one of the one of the clear

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priests of the points of pre of the kofod of Quraysh. And in general, the machete cone was that they did not believe that they will be resurrected. And that comes throughout the Quran.

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They will say, May you have a really long well heeled, I mean, who's gonna bring these balls back to life after they turn to dust, this, this is the type of things that they will come to the prophet is a lot to cinammon So, but when you look at the call of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam he's talking to them frequently about accountability in the next life.

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And this was part of his now.

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Now, as a as a as following the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam It should also be part of our doubt, that, you know, we remind people about the fact that not only are they creative, but that they are going to stand in front of the Creator and that there is accountability for everything that is done in this life.

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Now, let's go quickly over the events from today, event number one was

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revelation itself, which happened on a on a Monday and what age was the promise like 40 years old, like the second event was what oh, the part be of Revelation is that is that the right is that the prophets Elijah was some was commanded to make the salon which includes the purification for the salon. The second event was what

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Listen, before

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the 20 days What happened 20 days after right the shooting stars came to the gym player number three

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public dour. Yeah, number four

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right the two hingeless to to inhibition. Number five the data

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hams Hamza

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Number Number five The Hamza entering into a slump? Yeah, number six,

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the death of abitata and number seven was the data Khadija MADI Allahu Tana And sha Allah will cover the other seven events

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up until the age of inshallah next week within China Subhanak along with Shadow nomads stuck record to reading