Tim Humble – 024 – Kids Class – Stories Of The Sahabah #01

Tim Humble
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Ready to go. Okay hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was solely Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi

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wa sahbihi h mine, am I right?

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So today insha, Allah huhtala we are starting a new

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class in a number of different ways. The first thing that's new about this class is we're starting a brand new topic. And the second thing which is new about this class is that for the first time, we have the sister side separate from the brother side, and we mentioned about that last week. And Alhamdulillah, we have quite a few new people came on both sides, which is really good for us, it means that we can get more participation from everyone. And we have audio link to the girl side so that we can hear the answers. Because we know what it's like with the boys trying to answer questions. It's like a wall of silence. While they all think about or what's the answer to this, and

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usually the girls I've got lots of good answers. So inshallah to Allah let's see what we can, what we can come up with inshallah. So we actually thought today, we would start a brand new topic and the brand new topic we're going to talk about is we're going to talk about some of the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what are the Allah and so I've got a question for you. And I'm going to start with the girls. And my question is what makes somebody a companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam what makes someone a hobby?

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Go ahead.

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Okay, very good. So the girls got the answer. Right. So now want to hear from the boys before I tell you what the girl's answer was. What do you think? What makes someone a Sahabi?

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a companion?

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What do you think? At home those people who are watching YouTube at home? What do you think? What makes someone a hobby? Yes. Heavy.

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Okay, no, no, we're talking about somebody who is next with the Prophet sighs Hello. What makes somebody someone who is his companion?

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Any of the boys got any idea?

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Okay, so the answer we got from the girl side was completely correct. They said someone who met the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam during his lifetime

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believing in Him and died as a Muslim.

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Okay, so let's go through those points that we said what was the first point we said? Someone who?

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Boys, boys.

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Someone who met What do we say someone who met the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during his lifetime so not somebody who met him in a dream, not someone who met him yom Okayama. inshallah we will meet him Yama, Yama. And we will have to drink in sha Allah we hope so will be from those people who are going to drink from

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the glasses that he gives out to all of the Muslims and the person who drinks from it is never going to be thirsty again, from the house.

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But that doesn't make you so happy. You have to meet him in his lifetime.

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How long ago did the Prophet de sola La Jolla roughly

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Looking for the voice? Who can tell me roughly I don't want to exact number of years roughly roughly, are we talking about 20 years ago? 50 years ago 100 years ago 200 years ago 2000 years ago 10,000 years ago? What do you think voice?

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About 1000 years ago? About 1000 little bit more than 1000 very good not a bad guest or not far away? Yes more

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500 1500 not far away a little bit little bit less

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300 not nice.

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About 1400 and a bit to 1400 a bit. How do we know that?

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Guys, how do we know girls girls? How do we know that?

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Yeah, how do we know that goes?

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What was the question? What was the question? The question was that how do we know that the prophet SAW Selim died around 1400 years ago What do we have that is an easy way of knowing

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now I need the answer again.

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Something much easier you girls a transcendent way to complicate it something super easy

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I'm looking at it right now.

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Okay, it's changed

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Yeah, I'm looking at it again.

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I just changed again. Any ideas girls?

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was the answer from the Quran?

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No, you're right you guys are right. You've got like you've got a lot of information which is good about Sahaba told us and we can read the Quran but such an easy answer. What's the easy answer voice?

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Let's see more. I've gone from the date. The date which is written on the board, the Islamic year is 1442 and that's the year that the people move to Medina the Muslims moved to Medina right. And how long did the Prophet sighs and live in Medina?

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52 years, Masha, Allah, Allah

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maybe you need to study for 52 years? No,

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I can. I think your answer was right.

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10 Mashallah. 10 years. So if we take 1442

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and we minus 10.

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So now we know very easy, easy for us to tell the difference. Okay. Very good.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam there were some people who met him while he was alive. Okay, you with me so far? Yeah, girls, you with me so far? Yeah, they, while the Prophet was alive, they met him.

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And when they met him, they were Muslim.

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Why do we have to say that?

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what's what's the what what why do we emphasize or why do we say that they were Muslim at that time?

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What are we trying to?

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Who are we trying to make sure who How do why do we need to say that?

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Girls, what do you think?

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Girls Make it snappy.

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Ah, because a non Muslim who met him couldn't be classed as a hobby. Right? So for example, when Abu sufian

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was at that time when he was a non Muslim nor let's give a better example. Let's give an example of someone who didn't become a Muslim at all. Let's give the example of Abu Jihad

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Abu Jamal.

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He was the enemy of the Prophet right. Salalah while he was here, he was his enemy. When he met the Prophet did he become a Sahabi?

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He didn't become a hobby.

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So to be as a hobby, you have to meet the Prophet. So I sell them during the Prophet's life while that person is a Muslim, and that person has to die as a Muslim. So if somebody met him and then change their religion, or met him and then went back Woods from their religion, or met him, and then they didn't die as a Muslim, they're not from the Sahaba. So it has to be someone who met him during his lifetime.

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And at the time they met him they were a Muslim.

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And when they died, they died as a Muslim. Okay, I've got some questions about that. What about a baby? What about a tiny little baby who met the Prophet size alum?

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Let's say they were just born and the mom or the dad took them to the Prophet sites and I gave him and they met him. Are they as a hobby or not? Their companion are not

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boys Put your hand up boys Put your hand up and say how many of you think a small baby who met the prophet SAW him as a companion?

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How many hands girls would just to show of hands count the hands? How many think?

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How many think they were a companion little baby?

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given to the Prophet sighs um, he's a little baby. Is this hobby or not? So we've got four, four and a half, five and a bit six people think yes. Put your hands up if you think No, they're not as a hobby.

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How many nodes you have on the girls side?

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Those Okay, seven thing

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to think yes. The people who think No, why do you think no?

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isn't that is important

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Mashallah, the baby's not Muslim.

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How's the law? Very good. You made a very good point. A very good point. That but the problem is here we have a hadith kulu mo luden Omar min melodeon? Illa.

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Allah to Allah fitrah. Every single child is born as a Muslim. How about their parents?

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Their parents are the ones who change them.

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So it was a good try. And I like your reasoning. You were clever reason you thought okay, maybe they haven't chosen to be a Muslim. Yeah, it's a very good answer. But actually, because that child is born with Muslim parents. They're born into Islam also. They born into Islam. And they met the Prophet size and as a Muslim, and most importantly, when they grew up and died, how did they die?

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as a Muslim, so they from the Sahaba, then, yes, so even the small baby Okay, I've got another question. What about

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if someone met the Prophet size alum and he couldn't see him?

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Like, for example, he was blind and he couldn't see the Prophet size. How many met him? Is he from the Sahaba? Yes.

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How many of you think yes.

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Okay, almost everybody thinks Yes.

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Okay. Why, who? Someone who thinks Yes, from the girls? Why do you think yes, some of the people said Miranda besides Him, whoever sees the Prophet.

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But he didn't see the Prophet

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because he met him. So it doesn't matter whether he saw him with his eyes or not. If he met him, it wasn't enough.

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What about if you didn't meet him as in he didn't spend time with him a long time, but he just saw him from far away.

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Is he as a hobby?

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Now a

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lot of people said no.

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Let's say for example, hydrated with hydrated with that hydrated water the farewell Hodge 100,000 companions made Hutch. Not everybody could go 100,000 people can't go up everybody and meet the Prophet size of some of them saw him from far. But they made hide with him.

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Every here everyone thinks No. And the answer is yes.

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The answer is yes. Because here, it's enough for them. Some of the scholars they said whoever saw some set who has a met, in any case, the point that they were in the same place as him like that they were among his people. That is enough for them to be from the companions, even if they didn't spend a long time with him or they just

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saw him from a bit far away. They're still from one of the, from one of the companions. Okay.

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What about someone

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who was living in that time?

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And when they heard about the Prophet sighs and they became a Muslim

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and they died as a Muslim, and the Prophet size and even prayed on their janazah but they never ever, ever went to actually see him and visit him and they were never in the same place as him.

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Who might give him the example of Does anyone know from the Sierra whose example that is, is a few people but one example clearly. Very famous example.

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Girls, you know whose example I'm talking about.

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Very famous person.

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He lived in the time of the Prophet system, he became Muslim. He was an excellent Muslim.

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And he died and when he died, the prophets I said, prayed over him,

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prayed his funeral prayer. But he never ever went to see him. He never met him.

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If I tell you that he was a king does it help?

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No one knows. And Niger

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and Nigeria, she Rahim Allah Tada. I know joshy

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and the joshy.

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He was

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someone who believed in the prophets and he was the king of what land?

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Ethiopia. Yeah, what is now if you have What did you call it in that time?

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Abyssinia, right. What is now Ethiopia in that area, he was the king and he was a good man. He was a Christian. And when the Sahaba came to live in Ethiopia or in Abyssinia, and they became Muslim, they told him about Islam and he became Muslim, but he never got a chance to come to the prophet SAW him and see him. And when he died the prophets and prayed over him, but his body was not there. He prayed salaat a lot of hype. He prayed his funeral prayer from a distance because nobody prayed over him at that time. As he died in the land. There was nobody was Muslim with him in that land. Okay, very good. Last question. I'm going to ask you, do you remember the beginning of the story of the

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Syrah of the Prophet sighs? Do you remember? Do you remember we talked about a wise man who was a cousin of how deja robiola?

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Does anyone remember his name?

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What was his name?

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What a car? No, no.

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He met the profit slice Allen right.

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Okay. He met him right. Agreed. Okay. He believed in him.

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He said that I wish the day will come that I will support you and he believed in him. He was the problem with watercolor. What's the problem with accounting watercolor among the companions?

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He died. Like he died believing in the profits. I'll

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be a bit more specific.

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Yes, Margot, do you think

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he didn't die as a Muslim?

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No, I think that's not really that. I know what you're trying to say. But we need to find a different a better way of seeing it because he died he died as a believer. He died as a believer.

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He believes in commercial law.

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Yeah, he believed in Allah. He believed in the oneness of Allah and he believed Warhammer Rasul Allah.

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Why, why why, why Why? Why didn't he?

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Why do you think

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she did something?

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Very good. Give me a second. Because this land didn't come at that time.

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Because at that time, at that time, the prophet SAW I sell them was not told to preach Islam to anyone you couldn't convert to Islam. There was no Islam to convert to. At that time, that was

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Before the time when the Dow was started to tell the people to become Muslim. So he believed in the prophets I said,

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and he believed in the oneness of Allah and he died as a Morehead as someone who worshiped Allah alone. And a believer. But he died before you were able to accept Islam before anyone was able to accept Islam.

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Okay, yes.

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All of them.

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Yeah, all of the people who made hydro the prophesizing Yeah, they all did. Yes. He got to have mental health. Because Who? The wise man, what aka nice shallow Tada. We hope that he was from the people of generation. Y it seems to us and Allah knows best. Okay, so now we talked a little bit about who's a companion? Why is it important? Why should we mind who is a companion? Why should we care? Who is a companion? Why is it important?

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what about yamaki? ama?

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If you don't die as a Muslim

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Okay, very good. You dying as a Muslim? I agree with you but about companion Why do we? Why do we want to know about them? Why is it important to know about them?

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more knowledge. Okay. So I mean, I could learn about you know, I could learn about anyone I could learn about famous people in history. I could learn about the kings of England King George and King something James and King, whatever, why I want to learn about Abu Bakar I'm

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okay with.

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Okay, the girls give us an answer. The girl said, because they learned from the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? That's one answer. There's many answers. So they were the ones who were with him. Did any of you spend time with the Prophet? So I said them? No. Do you wish you could? you wish you could write? Okay, but if you can't, what can you do? You can only learn about him and learn about the people who were with him.

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Now, I know you boys like your football and football, whatever players and this and that. And he said Pamela many of you if I asked you to name me 10 players who play for Liverpool, you can name me 10 players.

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If I asked you to name me 10 players who play for Manchester United, you can name me templates. If I asked you to name me the 10 people that will promise paradise from the companions of the Prophet slice mecl What is that?

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Do you see what's wrong with that? Do you see what's the problem is that when it comes to the people who Allah loved, we don't know them. And when it comes to the people who

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I mean, perhaps there are some Muslims among them. But the majority of them accelero homosassa majority of them are first yakun they are bad people who don't obey Allah who don't pray, but we know their names. We know what they do every week. We know what car they drive. We know what hairstyle they have. We know how much money they came for. We know how many goals they scored last season. For when it comes to Abu Bakr and Omar. We are like Who are they?

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Is that the brother who comes to the masjid? We don't know.

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For you see, the problem here is that we need to know those people because Allah loves those people. What did Allah say about them? Rob the Allahu unhung worldwide Allah is pleased with them and they are pleased with him and Allah said about them we're cool now what are the Allahu

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all of them Allah promise paradise Is anyone here can see a lot promised in paradise.

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Anybody know? Nobody got like a message came in their dreams and you got paradise. Nobody got a letter came to their house that says, Here's Paradise is for you know, you can't guarantee we're cooler what I tell all those people all of them. Allah promised in paradise.

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la cultura de Allah who I mean, if you buy your own a cat,

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those Muslims that came together and they made a promise under the tree, the companions of the Prophet Allah said

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Allah was pleased with him.

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And Eliza just said that he told us that he loves them. And Allah told us that they're going to be the people of power.

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and more as you mentioned interesting point you said to me because of Yamaha piano

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why is it important to know about the companions when it comes when we talk about your Matsuyama talk about when we die come back

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what are the girls think?

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Why is it important that when I get resurrected after I die that I should know who is Abu Bakr and Omar on earth man and Alia

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insiders say

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I'm a man

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Nope, that's a good try that girls they will they ask for the profit size and to ask the deer for the day of judgment to start.

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I give you a clue. It's from the Heidi's of *

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it was the Hadeeth that made us more happy than any Hadeeth after he became Muslim.

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And I said, after I became Muslim, there is nothing made me happy like this Heidi.

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The Hadeeth is he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Alma

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a person will be resurrected with the person he loves

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you on the Day of Judgment, the person you love, that's who you'll be with.

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And Anna said I love Abu Bakr

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and I love Arma

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and I hope Allah will put me with them yomo kiama Even though I didn't do the same things that they did, I couldn't do as good as much good as they did. But because I love them, I hope that Allah will put me with them.

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So that makes a big difference.

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You imagine now if I asked you the people you love the most and sometimes people thinking about non Muslim names.

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And just ask yourself you love that person so much you want to be with them you're looking

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for law, push them into them, you want to be right next to them.

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You don't want to be next to them.

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Now certainly you don't want to be resurrected with Messi and Ronaldo and Nananana now he says I want to be far far away.

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You want to be far far away and alone He knows maybe they will become Muslim, maybe they will die as Muslims inshallah perhaps

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because the people that I'm seeing the people you love so much and if you come with them, you're more clear maybe that person not a Muslim.

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But if you know those Sahaba and you loved those harbor and insha Allah yomo qiyamah you can be with them. Even if you didn't do the same things they did.

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Allah said for in Amman will be Miss Lima mentum be he felco de todo

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if you believe like they believe or if they believe like you believe they guided

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What does that mean?

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That if you believe the same way like the companions believed that this means you're on the right way.

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When were you shocked if you're assuming by the matter paganella hotel with a bit of a rossabi meaning, well, he matter? Well, he Johanna masa as masirah whoever opposes the messenger.

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Whoever opposes the messenger.

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guided guidance came to them and they follow a way other than the way of the companions, they follow a different way. What's going to happen if you follow a different way from the companions.

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It's not going to have any more than that. It's a maximum I can do.

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So if you follow a different way to the way of the company

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canyons Where do you think that squares gonna take you?

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Jana was at Mercy Allah, what a play so horrible place to be. So now we understood who the Sahaba Okay, and what did we understand? We understand why we should learn about them.

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Okay, do you think that all of the Sahaba were the same

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in the sight of Allah?

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Or were some of them better than others?

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What do the girls think?

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Is the microphone level better for the girls now by the way?

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So the girls think that they are some of them are different. What do boys think? You think they're all the same? And all of them are the same in the sight of Allah you think some of them are better than others?

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What do you think use of karate.

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You think they're all the same?

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Okay, well, what do you think?

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To stop interview? Like they're different.

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Okay, do we have evidence one way or the other? Was there evidence?

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I'm going to ask it one second. I'm going to ask the camera what's the evidence?

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The answer is they're different by need to evidence for it from the cameraman. So you guys maybe unless one of you memorize who has memorized three Jews of the Quran

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Okay, you can give me the evidence then on the kill side.

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Okay, so the question is, we said that the companions are not all of them the same, some of them are better than others. by us for someone who's memorized at least three jewels of the Quran. That person has to tell me why I want to evidence a proof someone says How can you show me that they're different how what I believe they're all the same.

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I've already mentioned that I have once

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Okay, if I start the idea

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if I start the idea, or I started the bit that I want lie is that women come?

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Lie Yes, tell women come men and faka.

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Men Kaaba is that hey, we're cartel Allah

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Azza Modelo modelos Amina Latina m felco members who were caught

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workqueue Lenoir de la hasna wala will be my time I don't know have you sorted Hadid?

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I a number 10

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Okay, so we learnt now, maybe that was more than three years a little bit.

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what we learned is that they're not the same because our laws said they're not the same those who became Muslim earlier. were better

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in the sight of Allah than those who became Muslim.

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Later but all of them Allah promised paradise. So who is the best of all of the Sahaba?

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Who is the best of the best of the best of the best?

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What do you think?

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Hands up okay, nearly Not quite.

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What do you think I Abu Bakr Siddiq.

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Very good.

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Abu Bakr de

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and after I will Becca Cydia, who's the best?

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Allah Rasool Allah and after Omar who is the best

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Oh, okay, the girls interesting. No, no, girls not wrong. Okay. What do you think,

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is man and after hours, man.

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Ali robiola, I'm home, ah mine. And after that,

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the 10 who are promised now we don't after that we don't have an order specific order but we say the 10 who are promised paradise

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So Can anyone tell me after those four? Who were the 10 who are promised paradise?

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Or the girl thing they can do it straight away the girls thing they can name all of the six. So we said 10 people who were promised paradise Are they the only 10 by the way who were promised paradise?

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No, but they will all promise paradise in the same time in the same Heidi's 10 four of them we mentioned aboubaker and M R, and R 's man and Allie, they six left

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all the girls I just named me for bringing the knees one after the other like the just 123456 like that.

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Wallah we love Hamza Allah I love Hamza to Allah. Hi Ravi, Allah I hope he's not from that

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Abdur Rahman have an excellent very good we got one

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not Billa radi Allahu anhu

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you're right below was a Sahaba below and we're going to learn that a story but he's not from that particular 10

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Paul ha ha IGNOU what

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was his second name?

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But our radiola

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So how who did we have we had told her we had

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who else did you guys say?

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Man? Oh,

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do you know the line of 40 completely?

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The girls one by one they get what's the line of poetry for the girls tonight.

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Deanna to what to call one doctor motivator with one eye cream. Vitaly Hatta was available Saturday him was our ad him will be abijah Rahmani what Abu Zubaydah Tabby, Deanna t what to call him Dr. Atul Gawande

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from neonatal catani

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that's one way of memorizing it. So we had six. We have to learn about them. Okay. We so far we only mentioned from among the men.

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We only mentioned among the men.

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We didn't mention the first person to become Muslim. Who was the first ever person to become Muslim.

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Very first person who accepted Islam from the Prophet sighs

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the girl say they know they're just on a roll. You haven't got your phones out, have you?

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You're not you're not on Wikipedia. Okay.

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God, Khadija telavi Allahu Allah.

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Khadija was the wife of the Prophet. So I tell them and she was the first person to become Muslim. And she was the first woman to become Muslim.

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And the first man to become Muslim was

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Abu Bakar and the first

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child to become Muslim.

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The girls know who did the boys think the first young person, the first child to become Muslim.

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So here,

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she has that until What's the answer?

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Ali Ali? Mashallah. Very good. idea. rhodiola. Right. Very, very good. So we have to learn about all of these people. And we have to learn about who they were. First of all, I'm going to ask you a few more little questions just so we get an idea about who the Sahaba were. Okay. How many of you can tell me

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some of the prophets wives names. On the Hatton. We need the mothers of the believers. You said Khadija

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okay, but I want proper names. You can't give me just first names. I want to know who they were.

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Okay, so I should be happy because that's one thing they said are Aisha Abubakar, his daughter, so Abubakar, his daughter Ayesha, she married the Prophet so I said,

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Who else is daughter? Who else's daughter famous person's daughter married the Prophet sighs

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boys. Where are we

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Abu Bakr his daughter, Ayesha, she married the Prophet sighs sir. True. Okay, who else is daughter might the Prophet size and who is famous like that?

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hafsa the daughter of

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Allah up? Almost daughter hafsa half servant

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okay hafsa almost daughter.

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Okay, who else do we know?

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Don't give

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wildly coming up with funny answers, man, don't get me Don't get me wrong answers like that.

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Let's see. Yeah.

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They're all different ages. Some of them were a lot older. Some of them were a lot younger, but the only one that he married would never been she had she never got married before is Asia. Everybody else was married before.

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I she was very young. And we're going to talk about how we come to her story we'll talk about

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on selama very good on selama excellent. Who else do we know?

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Who's the first person that prophesizing married after Khadija?

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Take you everybody confuses wives and daughters. Everybody confused? The names of his wives and the names of his daughters. Lot of people confuse it her get the wrong way around. So from his daughters was Fatima.

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Okay, I'm colfo Rokia.

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Okay, so you guys got lots of homework to do. You got a lot of homework to do.

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Fatima okay Fatima's name went to go on rhodiola Okay, next question guys. When we say the names of the Sahaba

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when we say the names of the Sahaba

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What do we say after their name? When we mentioned them when we talk about them? What do we say?

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Very good. radi Allahu.

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On home or on who for man? And and her for girl? For lady. Rob the Allahu anhu for a man and radi Allahu Anh her for a lady. Okay, what does it mean? Rob? The Allahu at home? Or Robbie Allahu Allahu anhu.

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May Allah be pleased with him or her or them?

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May Allah be pleased with that.

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Analyze please with them, right.

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Very good.

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So the first story that I'm going to tell you about and today we're just gonna do a little bit of like, maybe 10 minutes and then we're going to stop

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okay, because I know you guys it's too much for you go too long and you lose concentration. I want to tell you about a very important story. And this is a story of a of a very important to hobby. But I'm frightened. You might not have heard of this a hobby before.

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Very, very famous a hobby. But I'm frightened. You might not have heard of him.

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His name was Abdullah bin earthman.

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Did any of you hear about this Sahabi before?

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famous wasn't he?

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What did you hear about him?

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You heard his name I'm delighted are smart.

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Very famous. Sahabi

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anybody else here his name?

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What do you know about him?

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Okay. Anybody else know anything about him?

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Very famous. I have extremely famous His name is Abdullah. Nice man.

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Any of the adults heard about this hobby before

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so hobby Jenny my very famous

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name is Abdullah live and

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if I told you that it's man's name was abacha hatha would that help?

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He is Abu Bakar acidic.

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That's the name the real name of Abu Bakar. His name was Abdullah

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and his father's name was Abu hanifa. And Abu half his actual name was Earth man. So his name was Abdullah northmet.

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Abu bakkar acidic.

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I want to ask you a quick question just to find out how much you know about Abu Bakar. Quick question quick fire like I'm gonna ask you five questions. I want you want to find out how much you know about him. Okay, first question. Do you think he was older than the prophets that I sell them? Or do you think he was younger than the Prophet size?

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The girls are like 5050 boys all got their hands up who thinks all the boys who thinks he was older?

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Who thinks he was younger?

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Who doesn't think very much

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to voice for that? Okay. He was younger than the Prophet size

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by about two years and a half, two and a half years roughly

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was born after the year of the elephant by about two and a half years

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okay. He was given the name acidic.

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Does anyone know what that name means? Abubakar acidic.

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One second goes Yes.

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The one who believed in a lot that's very close. That's not bad. That's not bad. Close. Nearly. Yes. No. One

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very good. The one who believed in what the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Okay girls you can give me this then why was he given the name of Cydia?

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Why the girls I'm gonna let the girls answer boys up arms. Don't hurt arms.

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was he given the name Assa t? We said What did we say means the one who believes in everything the prophets lie Selim said

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why was he given the name of Cydia?

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Okay, very good. Yeah, the girls got it right. When out when the profits I sell them went to Jerusalem.

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When the prophets I seldom

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went to Jerusalem in the night journey. And then he went to the heavens.

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They came to Abu Bakar and they said, Do you know what Mohammed says? He says he went to Jerusalem and came back in one night.

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What did Abu Bakar said say? He said I believe

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you believe him. He said I believe something more than that. I believe what he tells me about the news from Allah wa he gives me about the heavens, what's happened and what Allah said, I believe him in this. So of course, I believe he went to Jerusalem and came back. One of the things they said about Abu Bakar is they said something about him in the time before Islam, that he was one of the very few companions who never ever worshiped idols, and never drank alcohol.

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Because a lot of the companions, they were part of that old religion, right? They were part of the religion of idols, and then they became Muslim later on, right? Yeah.

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They changed after they became Muslim, and they stopped worshipping the idols and they worshiped Allah. But aboubaker was someone who never ever worshipped idols in his life.

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And he was someone who never drank alcohol in his life, even though at that time

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But was not held on

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and he was

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he said that he was one of the people who he didn't hesitate at all when the Prophet size and told him about Islam

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they said nearly everybody said let me think about it when the Prophet sizing told him about Islam, okay Islam let me okay slum Let me have a think about it. He didn't think he just said I believe accept it straightaway.

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So we learned his name. We learnt a little bit about his name.

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And we learnt a little bit about how he believed in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam straight away.

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I want to know what Abu Bakar is famous for? What do you know about him?

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What was he famous for?

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Okay, what do you think? Sorry.

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He was very wealthy. So he was very wealthy in the beginning of Islam. He was very wealthy, and he gave all his money

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for charity. What did he used to do with his money that was very famous what he used to do with his money.

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What kind of charity? Very, very famous.

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Yeah, food for the poor. He was famous for food for the poor, but he was famous for something else.

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freeing slaves. So the Muslims who was enslaved, do you know what that means? They were slaves, like they were owned by somebody else. And they like it's not like a job where you get paid, you don't get paid anything. That person owns you and you have to do whatever they say. And they used to really hurt the slaves because those slaves when they became Muslim, they didn't have anybody to help them. So they used to get hurt. And they used to get beaten and they used to get a lot of bad things happen. So Abu Bakar used to buy them and let them go free.

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who's one of the most famous people that Abu Bakar let him go free. He bought him and he let him go free. One of the most famous famous Sahabi, the Abu Bakar, a boy named gouffre

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de la

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Pira, para rhodiola.

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The Abu Bakar when he saw that Bella was in slavery, he

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one second let me just fix this.

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That he when he saw that he saw that Bella was like in that situation he bought He paid the price to get him free. He was famous for letting people for buying slaves and letting them go free. What else was he famous for?

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Okay, we're gonna learn more about his life, but I want to know just generally what you know about him.

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He was famous for his truthfulness.

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What else was he famous for?

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He's kindness, kindness, very good. He was famous for being very soft hearted. When he used to recite the Quran What did they used to say about him when he used to recite the Quran?

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The he used to cry so much that people couldn't hear his re citation.

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He was very soft hearted.

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What else was he famous for?

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Do you know about him? That he was famous for?

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know quite nearly.

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What was he famous for? He was famous for always being with the Prophet sallallahu. It was celebrate being with him all more than anybody. He was with him all the time. He was with him.

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Very good.

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Last thing I'm going to ask you for today, so we don't make the lesson too long. What do you know about Abu Becker's children?

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Okay, the third the first one that we know for sure is we know I shall do

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Everybody knows I show right?

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I show what's the profits wife. So I sell about the love on her. And she was Abu Becker's

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daughter. She was Abu Bakr his daughter.

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Okay, she had a full brother. She only had one full brother. Meaning same mom, same dad. She only had one full brother. What was his name?

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The girls know what the boys did the boys know.

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She had only one brother, who was the same mom, same dad.

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She had she had other brothers who were from different different mom,

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half brothers, but she had only one full brother. One brother was same mom, same dad.

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her mom's name was Roman.

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What was his name?

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What's your name?

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I'm Dr. Matt.

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Abdur Rahman.

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He didn't become Muslim straightaway.

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He didn't become Muslim straightaway.

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So I'm Roman. She was the mother of Ayesha and Abdullah. Okay. Are the children of Abu Bakar.

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Who is Ayesha sister. Very famous.

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No, no Asya girls come on.

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Asthma, asthma. asthma.

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I smell was I just half sister.

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Her mother was katella

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she had a smart she had a brother What was her brother's name?

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So our issues brother full brother was Abdurrahman and as much as full brother was

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Abdullah. Okay, who else do we know about Abu Bakr has? He has a very, very famous son who was very famous for his knowledge of Islam.

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And he lived

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in the house of Allah rhodiola one and he became the governor of Egypt.

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Very famous.

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From the

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his name was Mohammed Mohammed. No, Abby, Becca.

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We mentioned asthma. We mentioned Ayesha.

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And he also had a daughter called uncle foam.

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He also had a daughter called uncle Sue.

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So those were Abubakar children.

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Last question, then we finish off as a tough one. I don't know anyone here to get this but we try. What was Abu Becker's responsibility? before? It's too It's a hard question. But alas, anyway, what was his responsibility? Before Islam, you know, people had like for example, one person is in charge of giving water to the pilgrims. One person is in charge of the keys of the Kaaba, one person is in charge of

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something else battles fighting, one person is in charge of keeping the money what was Abu Bakar in charge of for koresh

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very close not not the girl said the candles. But you're you're actually very close in a way you probably don't expect. But you're very close.

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No, no, actually no, no getting further away.

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Use of what you think.

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Not not the weapons. Good try. No.

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This is a difficult one. I leave you on that one for a second. I'm going to leave that one for you as a whole.

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work. And I'm going to ask you what was Abu Bakar famous about being knowledgeable of before Islam? What was he really famous for knowing like he even in Islam he was the most knowledgeable person on this topic

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and the Prophet size and praised his knowledge and it was from before established not to do with religion.

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Do you think he was famous for his knowledge of medicine? Was he famous for his knowledge of languages?

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No, before Islam, before Islam?

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Was he famous for his knowledge of fighting?

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The girls think he was famous obvious knowledge of the previous scriptures. That's not right.

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Very famous for something. Knowing something it's been difficult but try try guessing.

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What do you think?

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He was really famous?

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Goes Any idea?

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Boys Any idea? No. You said what you think.

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No, he was famous for knowing and knowledge, a type of knowledge. Like I give example like medicine or fighting or wrestling or, you know, languages he there was a type of knowledge he was famous for.

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What do you think? No, no fighting.

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Not trading not.

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Not maths.

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Not reading.

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Not he was famous for knowing the names of people's fathers and grandfathers and great grandfather's

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people's lineage. He knew all the people in the tribes of Quraysh, where they're from, and his grandfather, his father's name and his grandfather's name and his who did he come from? And which tribe is he from? And which tribe did that guy? And how is that guy related to that guy? All the family relations he knew.

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What do you call that? in English? What you call the name of that science in English? It's got a name an English name.

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Yeah, like a family tree what you could, but it's got a proper name.

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Ancestry okay. Ancestry. Yep.

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genealogy, right.

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genealogy or ancestry. That's what he was very, very famous for that.

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Very famous for that. And he was genuinely loved by flourish. Even when koresh attacked other people. They tried to leave aboubaker for as much as possible, because they really aboubaker had a very good reputation among Quraysh. But I want you now to research for homework. Because the hard hard question, what was it that aboubaker had his responsibility in Detroit in his tribe of Quraysh? What was his responsibility? So I gave you examples, some people responsible for the keys of the cargo. Some people responsible for giving water to the pilgrims? What was Abu Bakar responsible for? You have to tell me by next week, okay. Research it. Tell me by next week. Okay. Does anyone have

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any questions we finished off to do his introduction to the Sahaba. Does everyone know who his hobby is now? Yeah. Everybody knows who he is as a hobby. And everybody knows why we should love this harbor. Yeah. And we have to follow them. They're the people who knew Islam properly. We have to practice Islam the way they practiced Islam.

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What was your question?

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The Prophet

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with the will teach us Yeah, they still be happy.

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They still be as a hobby.

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That means it isn't appropriate marketers decision. Yeah, because they met him. They came with it. They were they were with him. They were with him.

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is different. You can spell it in different ways. But I think the best way to spell it is a b U. And you can put a line over the U if you want and then a space and then be a K.

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girls, do you have any questions?

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Can I ask you a question? girls? How was today in the in the different side when you guys are not in the main room? Was it okay?

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It was okay. Could you hear? Could you hear the whole time and could you see the class okay.

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And you could answer questions fine on the earpiece Yep.

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100 that's really good. I'm really happy you did that. I know it's not easy to make that transition. It's a bit different. But it makes a big difference that we had more people come for the class. So next week we're going to do the full story of Abu Bakar inshallah

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before Islam after Islam and when he became in charge of the Muslims because remember Abu Bakar What did he become?

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The halifa he became the the person in charge of all of the Muslims after the death of who?

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prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam Okay guys, just second long hair on today. I appreciate you guys listened very nicely, and you work very hard. And inshallah we'll be back next week with another class and that's what Allah made easy for me to mention Allah knows best wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi h mine

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