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Review of Makkan Period

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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Now there are a lot of Sudan Karim Bharath for erodible land him in a shape line of a gym Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

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rubbish rightly saw that he were silly Emily while on the rock that Emily Sani of Gokhale.

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Robin has it in our email. So inshallah Today we will review the meccan era because Alhamdulillah we have completed it. But before we begin the review,

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inshallah, you will be given some homework, a group project, did you receive an email about that?

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Yes. So what is a group project? Or rather, what is your setup project?

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It's based on the mechanism. Basically, what you have to do is that you have to select an event from the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam from the meccan era. any event, any incident, all right, and you have to elaborate on how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam handled that part of his life or that incident that occurred in his life, how he dealt with it. And from that, what lessons do we learn for ourselves, all right, how we can benefit from that particular incident of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. All right, and you have to present those lessons in a way or in any kind of medium that you find most appropriate. So you could do it in the form of a poster, you could do

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it in the form of, you know, a brochure, you could do it in the form of some artwork, you could do it in the form of I'm not going to save PowerPoint, because we have way too many PowerPoints. All right, I've given some suggestions. It could be a poem, could be a cartoon strip, could be a graphic book could be a children's storybook could be a kid story night or something like that. So you don't even have to make something you could have a workshop, you could write an article, you could conduct a session, maybe four children, four sisters. All right. And whatever you do, however you wish to present those lessons to others, what you have to do is that first of all, you have to give me an

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outline of what you're going to do. All right, what your idea is, which incident you're selecting, what way you're going to use to present that Alright, so first of all, you have to make an outline and this outline has to be only one page long. Okay? And the details are written in the email that was sent to you. And once inshallah, that outline is approved and you will be after one week this outline is due the dates are there, all right, once it is given, inshallah, once it is approved, then you start working on your project and you have two weeks to work on that project. Okay. inshallah. Be creative. All right, and inshallah this will be done in groups of three. Okay, so

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three sisters together, we'll work on an incident from the life of the prophets on a lot of them compared to some contemporary life situation, or any lesson that we can extract from it example was given in the email that was sent to you. So for instance, from the story of a thought if we see that the prophets on a lot of them, how did he handle rejection? Right? How He forgive. So what, so what lesson do we learn from that? All right. So for instance, you could make a brochure, or you could make a cartoon strip or you could make or you could write a poem about handling rejection. All right, about choosing to forgive, you understand and presented however you want, alright? But I

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don't want to see PowerPoints. I do not like PowerPoints. Okay? I think they get boring up for some time. So be creative in Sharla because I don't want that whatever work you do, it just sits in my folder, my email or my computer, all right, and you just get your mark from it, I want the inshallah you get your marks from it. And if somebody else sees it, they also learn something from it. inshallah, all right, because the prophets on a lot of things what has he said Raja Manila, and illuminating lamp, so a lamp must not be put in a folder, all right, it needs to be out in the open so that everybody can benefit, inshallah. All right. So, in sha Allah says Trisha, will let you know

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about your groups of three because I don't want that three people who are really good in art for example, they get together and they make the best project Okay, we want that the skill should be equally divided, inshallah, so that each project is beautiful. inshallah, okay. And remember that the project will be graded on the basis of, first of all, how you summarize the incident. Alright. Secondly, the lessons and the practical tips and thirdly, creativity. So don't just focus on the creativity and forget about the relevance of that

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incident All right, likewise, don't just teach the incident or that particular story rather also extract lessons from it. inshallah. All right, any questions about it anything okay. So, this is first part of your mechon era homework you can say and the second part of course is complete my sentence reading log, right, which inshallah you have to submit at the same time as when you will submit the assignment proposal or the outline, all right, in the reading log that you were given the page numbers are written, all right. So wherever the mecca era ends, that is inshallah where you have to read up to because wherever we are in the zero, you should find the relevant pages This is

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the reason why I give you the reading log. Okay, okay, let's do the review. inshallah. Quickly. I will be learning Ministry of mines rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. So the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, everybody read the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam together, I will pass him Mohammed even Abdullah bin Abdul muttalib bin Hashem bin munaf bin Kasai bin keylab bin Maura Ben Carr bin Lu a bin Khalid bin finger bin Malik bin another one who operation bin kwinana bin Hosea bin matrika bin alias bin MOBA bin Nisa bin mad bin Adnan and it was from the descendants of his marine early his center and who was his marine earlier Salaam, the son of Ibrahim

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alayhis salaam, and Ibrahima is synonymous from where relock and he did Hitler to hijas in the sense that he brought his son his Marine, do hijas do maka, and he made him inhabit the land of Makkah. Why Makkah? Allah subhanaw taala chose Makkah, and Makkah at that time was an isolated place where there were no people and because there were no people, there was no influence of anybody. So we see that this place was free off Schick and oma that came about from the children of his Marina and his son, um, who were they based on Fedora? So the oma that came about the nation, the generations that came about they were founded on Fedora, and this is the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he

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was sent from the descendants of his married earlier Salaam, a little bit of history of the Arabs, we learned that the Arabs they were of different types honorable that either which are the extinct Arabs, meaning those Arab tribes, people who lived in Arabia, who no longer exists today, they have gone extinct over time. And some of them of the nations of the nation have some mood, then we have an audible baqia, meaning those Arabs that remain till today. All right, and they were of two types, first of all, the iPhone. And secondly, they are the men who are the cotton, the original Arabs, meaning the people who first inhabited Arabia, who first inhabited headdress. And where did they

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come from? Either they came from the south from Yemen, right? or from other places, but from always, they are known to inhabit the land of hedges, and amongst them were the tribe of Judah home. And remember the tribe of Judah home, they were in hedges wandering, and they found water in Makkah, and this is the reason why they inhabited the place. So these are audible Audible, the original Arabs, the people who originally inhabited Arabia, and then we have the audible mastaba. Right? And who are they the people who became Arabs? And they are known as the ordinate. So for example, is Marina Islam, he came from outside Arabia. All right, so his descendants, meaning the people who trace

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their lineage back to his morality Salaam. Who were they? They are not, right. They were people who became Arabs because they lived in the region. They lived amongst the original Arab people. And thus they also became Arabs, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Who was he had the nanny. All right, he was from the descendants of his marine earlier Salaam. Now and remember that the tribes of Olson has the Raj who lived in Medina, right in yesterday, they work upon all right, they will call funny arabs. Anyway, 2000 years after its married or his Salaam, what happened? We see that by new Hosea, they took over Makkah, and very soon, idolatry was introduced. Makkah which is the land of the head,

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where the Kaaba was built by Ibrahim al Islam is married on Islam, what happened over there? Now, idolatry was rampant. Now remember that if the people are coming for Hajj to Mecca, whatever they see, in Makkah, they will take back home. So if idols were introduced in Makkah, what do you think happened to the rest of Arabia? idolatry spread everywhere. All right. So we see that idolatry was introduced about 2000 years after his marine earned his sin

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And we see that the new cozaar when they took over Makkah, what happened, the Judo home or the nannies, the descendants of Israel are listening, what happened to them? They were kind of second class, right? They had lost their power, they had lost their supremacy. And then remember the man by the name of piracy, right? We learned about his story about how he brought the Polish back to power, right. And he established a digital network in Makkah, and he also made the Qureshi reside around the Kaaba, he served the pilgrims, and thus the pradesh became the most noble tribe of Arabia, the most well respected tribe of Arabia, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was of the Quraysh, as we see

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over here in the family background of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how he was from the Banu Hashim, the Banu Hashim were from when

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they were from Croatia and courage are direct descendants of his married early send them through our dinner. All right, now what happened? religions in the region, meaning when the prophets on a lot of them came, what different religions existed in Arabia? First of all, we see there was idolatry, generally everywhere, all right, but we see some exceptions, some people who are known as hona fap, who were the people who refuse to worship idols, right? Because remember that the people of Arabia, even though they worship idols, they still believed in Allah subhanaw taala. All right. So they associated partners with Allah, there were some people who are known as crona fat who refuse to

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associate any partners with Allah. All right. Then we have, besides idolatry, even Christianity, there were some people who practice Christianity in Arabia, for example. Can you give me an example of someone who was Christian? What acaba Nova. There were some people even in Makkah, right. And there were also other people who were Christians. So for example, in the south of hijas, so you're looking at the map of Saudi Arabia at the bottom you see Yemen, right. So Yemen and Saudi the border over there, we have neutron, alright, and remember that at that, at the time of the Prophet socialism in Medina would have been a group of Christians came from Nigerian. Alright, so

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Christianity was practiced in parts of ages. Then we see that in the north of Saudi Arabia, where Syria is a sham is over there also, Christianity was very common across the Red Sea. We see behind under Sudan, Ethiopia, over there also how Basha what religion was practiced. Christianity, all right. Besides Christianity, what else was practiced in hijas? Judaism, there were also Jewish people in the land of Arabia. So for instance, when the prophets of Allah migrated to yesterday, Medina, who was their Jewish tribes were there, right? And remember that when the prophets that a lot of them migrated over there, there were 59 fortresses in yesterday that belonged to yahood.

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fortresses. So for two, what does that mean? That it's been built for the purpose of protecting your people that when there is an attack, when there's a battle, when there's a fight, you go hide in the fort and you're safe over there? If 59 fortresses belonged to the Jews, you can imagine their population, all right, and also their strength and their wealth. All right, then, the Jews they didn't just live in yesterday, but also in Haifa. And inshallah we will learn about that there were some Jewish tribes who lived in Khyber also. Besides Judaism, Zoroastrianism, fire worship, you see Iran, Persia, Persian Empire at that time, over there, fire worship was common. So we see that

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different religions existed in this entire area. At the time when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was born.

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All right, birth and childhood, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was born in which year 571 ad, and this is known as the year of the elephant. Why because this is when Avila attacked Makkah the Kaaba. All right. And when the prophets of Allah was born, his father was already dead. He had already passed away so the prophets on a lot of them was born as an orphan. He was in the care of his mother. His mother's name was Amina and, and when the prophets Allah was born, there was a woman by the name of the way but a slave woman who belonged to Abu lahab. All right, and she's the one who gave the good news to Abu lahab of the birth of the Prophet salallahu. Abu lahab, set her free. And

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so anyway, they said that she also nurse the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then we see Amen. Amen. Amen is the one who was with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, all these years, especially in his childhood, and when the prophet SAW a lot of films, mother passed away, who was with him, whom a man was with him, right. Halima Sardinia when the prophet SAW the lies

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was an infant he was given in the care of Halle Masada and he remained with her until the age of four. Right? And she is the one who nursed him. And she was from the tribe of Bonnaroo side and the prophets that alongside him lived amongst them for four years and when the incident of shock of the cleaving of the Southern happened, then what happened? Halima Saudia got scared and she brought him back to his mother. When the mother died, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was now under the care of his grandfather of the mythology. And when he died, then the prophets Allah Lawson was in the care of his uncle, Abu Talib alemi educate your team and our the prophets Allah Allah was an orphan, but

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Allah subhana wa, tada always sheltered him. And what does it show to us? that the people who are in our lives who are they?

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Who are they?

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Just a means, right? Just a suburb. The real giver of protection is who? Allah subhanaw taala not the people who are related to us are not the people who are in our lives. Because people one after the other, they have to go and they go, they don't they don't have control over their lives. So the giver of protection is who? Allah soprano darn.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam, he possessed the most noble characteristics even before Prophethood and we see that he possessed excellent character, and he thought correctly yet correct thinking and there is many incidents that prove that he was known for his sake for his truthfulness for his Amana for his well, wishing was that fulfillment of his commitments and promises. Likewise, he was very brave and we see that when he was still very young. What happened? There was a battle in which he helped his uncle's Can you imagine witnessing a battle?

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There's got to be a lot of bravery in a person to to be present at a scene like that. manhood, sincerity, justice, wisdom, contentment, how he lived a life of poverty, especially when he was in the care of avatar. But he was always content, humanity.

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chastity, China's remember when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to collect his or he had to go to collect his wages from the SR for the General de la Ananda, and he did not go rather he sent his friend that you go and collect right, patients Slater. So that's why maintaining ties of relationship which is why we see that when he was given the job offered by the digital dilemma. What happened he went and consulted his uncle. And then when he was proposed, again, he consulted his uncle. These are all different forms of slavery.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam at the age of 40, our last panel tada blessed him with Prophethood. And we see that initially the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how is it that he did Dawa? privately? How did he do it? Exactly. First of all, he began with his family, those who were closest to him, right? And which is why we see that Khadija Allah and how she embraced Islam. Earlier at the lower end, who here embraced Islam say they'll be lower on who he embraced Islam. So the people who were in his house, his family, they were the first ones to accept Islam. But then he took the message forward to his friends and amongst his friends, I will not go to the lower end who he

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embraced Islam. But then he didn't just limit this to his family and friends, rather the different people that he spoke to if he if he saw good potential in them, then he would also do that to them. And this continued for about three years. After three years, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did public dialogue, meaning he openly proclaimed he openly called people to Islam. And that also he began from where his home, he called his relatives, and he did our to them. And then what happened? The prophets Allah center went on Safa, and he didn't just call his family members rather, all the major, major families of Makkah, he did our to them openly. But again, it was not just limited to

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the people of Makkah. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam took the message forward to the visitors who came to Makkah also. So for instance, in marketplaces, as well as he benefited from had season, any lesson we learned from this, how he did our private and public, yes, that we see that in both cases, whether it was private Dharma or public Dharma, where did he begin? home, his family, those who are closest, and then step by step, right? He took the message forward. All right. Because the thing is that when you start from those who are closest to you, then what happens if you have their support, then going forward is easier. But if you don't find support from those who are closest to you, then

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what happens it's difficult for you to proceed further. And also, who has the most hukou has the most right, those who are closest to us. And also this teaches us that whenever we're doing something, start with that which is easiest

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All right, start with that which is easiest. It's always easy to talk to people whom you know, first as opposed to talking to people when we don't know. Right? Because gradually over time, you gain confidence you gain experience.

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Then we see that the reaction of the people, how was it? How did people react to the message of the Prophet? sallallahu wasallam?

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There was mockery, right? They called him names. They accused him of lying. They called him a magician. They called him a madman. They also created many hurdles for the prophets on a lot is on them. So for instance, Abu lahab, he began creating hurdles from the very beginning, when the prophets on a lot of time would be talking to people imagine, Mount Safa, right, when he stood over there and called people, what did he do? He created hurdles from that point onwards, when the prophets have a lot of them would go to the marketplace, had season he would go to Mina, what would he do? He would follow him creating hurdles, then we see that the machine they also demanded many

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miracles, and they set conditions, right, that if you, if you do this for us, you convert mount software into gold mount, you know this into gold, you convert MCI into, you know orchards and fertile land, we will believe in you when this will happen. If you show us an angel, if you bring this written scripture, if God speaks to us directly, one demand after the other, and they also set conditions. They argued with the Prophet sallallahu, ala, they harassed him, and not just him. But even the believers. They spread lies and rumors about him. They also challenged him tortured the believers and also faultfinding. The if the message, instead of accepting it the way it was, they

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picked faults in it, and they marked at the profits of a lot of them based on that.

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How is it that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam dealt with that reaction? What was a survival strategy? First of all, from within meaning in Makkah, what was the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that in the rule of thumb, right, that will come the home of our company, one of the people who believed in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, his house was very close to one of the mounts of our mirage. So basically very close to the cargo. All right. And because it was close to the car, but you can imagine it was a very busy place. If it's a busy place, it's understood that people will always be going in and out, they will be there will be crowds of people over here. So it was easy for the

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Muslims to go to the house off, or come without being noticed. All right, because the Michigan would kind of, you know, keep their eyes on Muslims, right? Where are they going? What are they doing? Who are they talking to? They had their eyes on Muslims all the time, especially the prophets, a lot of them. So the house of Covenant was at the most ideal location. Right? Because when the Muslims would come here, they wouldn't be noticed. So what happened over here, the prophets that a lot of them would gather the Muslims over here, he would teach them. And you can say that that will come was like, you know, where the Muslims gathered together, and it was like a support group for them.

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Because each Muslim was struggling. Each Muslim was facing persecution, right, some level of opposition, even abubaker. Below on who his father when he had not embraced Islam in Makkah, what would he do? He would criticize aboubaker although I know he wasn't happy with the fact that it will buckethead left his religion and he was following Hamilton a lot, isn't it? And he especially did not like the fact that of a bucket of the lower end who spent so generously alright on the poor and the needy, especially in freeing the slaves who had converted to Islam. Because remember that billable hour I knew, for example, who bought his freedom? Abubakar at the lower right. And his

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father was not too happy with him. You know, I said that a book called low or no before he converted to Islam, he had over 40,000 or 50,000 denardo did him so a huge sum. And when he was migrating, he when he left maka here about 5000. He had about 5000 because majority, most of his money had been exhausted, had been spent in the way of a loss of Pandora. And for that he had to hear a lot of criticism from his father from the people who were close to him, right? Mousavi been remade Sargon of akkad cost me all of these companions they suffered in their own way. But when they gather together in battle accom and listen to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that was a source of strength

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for them.

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That is what gave them the confidence to continue. Because you see Serato monster team is not easy.

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It is not easy. It is difficult

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and certainly Allah subhanaw taala tests

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Those whom he loves.

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And when a person wishes intends to do something right, then everything is not simple for him. There are many hurdles many obstacles, many challenges from within and from without internal as well as external. And it's not easy to go on this path yourself on your own. Being alone is very difficult. You need people who think like you who have the same goal as you, who have the same passion as you have.

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So that when you meet those people who are like minded, then what happens, you find comfort in knowing that they're also struggling like you're struggling, and they're also continuing. So that gives you a boost to continue.

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Right? It's a source of energy. It's a source of comfort. So this is the benefit of digital apcom. What was the objective, strengthen the bond between the believers, it wasn't just education and training. It wasn't just salah and Quran, it was also strengthening the bond of the believers, which is why in many markets are as you will see, I add such as, you know, the profit or the loss and being reminded to give attention to those who come to him. Right to stay with them into little calf also, what's been up Sokka Marilla, Deena the owner of Bahama, that you are she keep yourself in the company of those people who remember their Lord in the morning and the evening. The profits or

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losses in the store to keep company with who those who believed because believers need one another. We all need each other.

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So the objective of that will come was unity. The objective was strength. And we see that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he left MCI when he did his role when he reached over, what did he do at Koba? He built a Masjid when he reached the effort of Medina. Again, what did he do over there? He built a Masjid in Makkah, there was that will come. In Cobra, there was Masjid, Koba. in Medina, there was Masjid nabawi, a center where Muslims gathered.

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A center where they came together a place where they sat together spoke to one another, met each other, strengthen one another, helped one another. So this is very, very important for us. We think about it is a difference between a dry branch and a fresh branch. What's the difference? A dry branch? When you pick it up from the ground? Can you snap it easily? A fresh branch when you take it off the tree? First of all, when you're trying to take it off the trees that easy? And when you do Finally, when you clip it off, then is it easy to break it? No. Why? Why is it that the fresh branch is strong? And why is it that the dry branch is weak? What's the difference between the two? The dry

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one is disconnected. It's on its own?

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And the fresh one?

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What is it? It's not on its own? It's connected? Right? So how is it that we gain strength by staying together? Unfortunately, our problem is that when we don't get along with somebody, we separate ourselves and each person invents his new thing. Right? Now, the thing is that when you are with other people, when you're sitting with them, when you're talking to them, when you're doing something with them, they will most certainly be differences, you will be blocked and pricked and hurts. But you have to tolerate those for the greater benefit. Right? If you look at a branch, for example, many times the branches intertwined, right, intertwined. One is literally poking into the

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other, going above it going below it, isn't it, and the leaves and the fruit is being kind of crushed in the middle. But what happens, it's still together.

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It's still together. And that togetherness is a source of strength. So remember that when we separate ourselves from a group, what are we doing? weakening ourselves, and when we stay together, despite the differences, despite the books and the bricks and the, you know, annoyances that will be a source of strength for us. Anyway, this was the profits on a lot of some strategy in Makkah, that internally in battle accom right, the Muslims gathered together that was a source of strength for them. However, eventually what happened when the Muslims were persecuted too much, then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them to move to Abyssinia right. So the hedgerow to have Asha took place and

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how many Digital's took place do the first digital and then the second.

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Alright. Now we see that with the intensifying versus

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the help of Allah subhanaw taala also came in, we see that after the fifth year of prophethood, especially the Hydra to Abyssinia, and then after that, what happened a little below on who also converted hands out of the lower who converted, we see that the Quran, they made many offers to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to somehow persuade him to change his mind. But nothing works, the prophets, a lot of them stayed firm. And then eventually, the machico decided to boycott the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And that boycott also went for some time, then we see that apply if the profits are the Linus and then he went to a thought if I'm seeing that the people of Morocco

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are not willing to accept, he moved outside, he took a step outside Makkah to see if anyone would accept his message. But what was the reaction from a thought if not very positive, in fact, very negative, right? But the effort was not wasted. The profits on a lot of them journeyed all the way to a five on the way back. What happened? There was a group of jinn who believed, and not just the gender was also a man. Who was that man, the Christian man, right? What was his name? The Christian man who believed? I think we should also have a test, should we?

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Because I think the test is an excuse to memorize all the main main names and dates. We need a test. Look

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at this. So at death, he embraced Islam. So the effort of the prophets of Allah Islam was not wasted. Now what happened? Allah subhanaw taala also gave the Prophet sallallahu wasallam miracles, right? We see that the journey of Islam and Mirage happened. And also, the moon was split. Right? This happened after a fight if in a decent Buhari we learned and so the lower and who he said that the people of Mecca asked the prophets that allows them to show them a miracle. So he showed them the moon split in two halves, between which they saw the hill up mountain, to the mountain of light, Javelin, in which is her Hara. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam pointed with his finger gesture with

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his hand and what happened? The moon the full moon split into two, one part of it was visible on one side of the mountain and the other part of it was seen on the other side of the mountain. So two moons, the people could see two half moons. What was the reaction of the machico? They said, the magic of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam has also affected the moon. All right, this is all magic. He has affected our eyes. He has affected so many people and now it has also affected the moon. But what happened?

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We learned that there were some travelers who had come into Makkah, who just came into MCC after a few days of this incident. And when they were asked if they had seen something like this, they also testified that they had seen the moon split into pieces in the horizon on such and such night. But what was the reaction of the people? They didn't believe in a hadith and Muslim we didn't I believe and Miss Ruthie said that the moon was split up into parts during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and when it happened the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said bear witness to this he said bear witness to this you demanded a miracle. Now you see it bear witness to this, but the

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people did not believe and this is mentioned in Serato Palmer also right Katara with the Serato when shotgun comma the moon has already split

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and over there also sexual Muslim if they say that this is just single Muslim or passing magic, right? Meaning they didn't believe in it rather than call it magic.

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All right, so just a look at the timeline. So from age zero to 35 of the Prophet salallahu sounds like the main main facts are given will be inshallah upload this PPT so that if you need anything from it, you can take it we see that the prophets have a lot of sense father he was dead even before the Prophet said a lot of son was born at age four shuffles Southern happened. He returned from the bottom side from heavy Masada at age six, his mother died at age eight grandfather died at age 15. And according to others 20 was when the Battle of Fidel happened when the Prophet sallallahu assisted his uncles and also the healthful food. What was the healthful food

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the treaty in which all the main main people of Makkah, they promised basically, they pledged that they would, what would they do? Exactly support the needy and stand up for the rights of the weak, right stand up for justice basically in the Prophet sallallahu was present in the house of our beloved into the anwen. This has happened at age 25. The prophets of Allah

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Send him he took the business trip you know for for the job below or near to the city of Basra, then marriage to the digital dilemma and he also happened a few months after this business trip at age 35. What happened reconstruction of the cargo, the profits of a lot of them participated in that. And remember that the conflict that arose for the placement of a sweat how beautifully the profits of a lot of fun resulted from age 35 to 45. At age 39, six months before Prophethood the Prophet sallallahu Sallam began spending long periods of time in the cave of headlock. And at age 40 was when he received the first revelation in crop from age 40 to 43. It was private Dawa. After three

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years at age 44, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he made the call for mount Safa. And that means that he began his public vow.

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You know what is amazing?

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam he received Prophethood at 40.

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And if you think about it, when the Prophet said a lot of them did Hitler to Medina, how old was he at that time? 54.

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What does that mean? All the major battles, all the battles, in fact, the profits of lots and participated in them, right. And he was in his 50s he was in his 50s. Alright, we reached the end of our 20s and we think,

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too late to do anything, isn't it? We think like that a little too much. We think I you know, just because we didn't get to do something earlier on. We can never do it now. It's too late. No, no, it's not too late. The prophets have laws and received Prophethood at 40.

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Which means that memorization of the Quran happened after 40

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All right, the study of the deen learning of the deen happened after 40 participation in battles, fasting of Ramadan happened when? After 40 All right, yes, he was a man. Of course definitely his strength last pantherella had given him the great strength. But if you think about it, the people who were with the prophets have a lot of seven people of similar age like Abubakar at the lower end who, right there also have similar age, some were older than the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the prophets Allah Lawson was an example for us. If he could do it at this age, we can do something in our 20s and 30s.

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Right, inshallah never think you're too old to do something. Okay.

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Timeline from age 45 to 55 at age 45, and this is the fifth year of prophethood. hated to have a shot happened at age 46 thumbs up or not accepted Islam. At age 47. The boycott happened. And this continued for about three years at age 50. And this is 10th year of prophethood was the year of sorrow, in which a pilot died a digital to lower and higher died. And after a couple months the prophets of Allah sent him he married soda bottle de la Horner, at 851. It is said that his nigga happened with eyeshadow on her. The incident of shuttle camera also happened at this time. And the journey of Islamic marriage also happened at this time. Now with respect to his level merlet some

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scholar said that it happened before earlier. Right? Not at this time. Some said that it happened is our marriage happened twice.

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All right. They said that it happened twice. But what seems to be the the most strong academic opinion is that it happened at this age. All right, and it happened once and the reason being that ad is not marriage, what happened?

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The hook of Salah was given, right? And jabril showed the Prophet sallallahu in the form the following morning how and when to pray and this Hadith, isn't it. All right, and we see that before the Muslims did not pray five times a day. Right It was at the end of meccan period that the Salah was prescribed.

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Then at age 52 the by October happened the first pledge of October at age 53 the second pledge of October happened and age 54 which is the 14th year of prophethood. The prophets Allah sent him to tangela to Medina alright. So, this is just a quick you know glance at the mccunn era and with this inshallah we will begin now the Medina era of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam All right, but inshallah we will end the class over here tomorrow we will begin the Medina era. All right, inshallah. And we will begin from what the prophet sallallahu Sallam did when he first came to Medina. Right. And what are the main things that happened? The Masjid was constructed the wahat

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the Brotherhood was established between the

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Inside on the Mahajan, right and many other beautiful things happened, which inshallah we will look at. So panicle long will be Hamlet near the La ilaha illa Anta the stock will go on to relate a Samar Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh