Tim Humble – Kids Class 04 – Seerah Before Prophethood

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the benefits of seeing Islam in real life, including gratitude and appreciation for the Prophet Muhammad sallal Ali. They also talk about cultural differences and the potential for trade between countries, as well as the importance of belief in religion and worshipping one God. They also touch on the importance of belief in one race and profit, as well as the use of idols in culture. The segment also touches on the loss of water and the rise of a new generation of people, including a woman named Mohammed who killed hundreds of cowboys and his uncle.
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Law told you to do

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not just hear only what Allah told you but see an example see something that is there for you to, to follow, right and for you to understand is different when you see an example, right? Like for example, if I sit here and tell you how to pray, that's one thing.

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Okay. And if I stand here and show you how to pray, that's another thing which is even easier for you to understand. So it really helps you to understand Islam.

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And it helps you to understand the message of Islam because you get to see it in real life as a real life example, and you get to see it.

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See the story happening. Another really big benefit of the Sierra is that causes you to love the profit side.

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And it causes you to really appreciate and to be grateful for what Allah azza wa jal blessed us with, through the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and to become really appreciative you know, really appreciate and be and be grateful for what the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam all that he did, to convey a large religion and pass on our last religion packages, as you can see, just to go a little bit a little bit back for me just a little bit just to make the space just to keep the space between you guys excellent example. Okay, that's perfect.

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So we're going to talk about the time before he became a prophet. So let me start with a simple question then. This is an easy question. Was the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam born a prophet?

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No. So he became a prophet

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during his life, that means there was a time before when he wasn't a prophet, right? He became a prophet and when did he become a prophet? Which I have the Quran did he become a prophet?

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We are the ayah the age I'll come to the ages good. Michelle. Exactly. Okay at age 40. That's correct. But I want the ayah

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a para Bismillah Rob beacon lady holla.

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Caller call in son I mean Allah.

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A para wa bukal A Quran.

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And lady I let my bill column I level in Cerner millennium. The first five is of sorbitol Alex or ekra. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam changed from being Mohammed ignore Abdullah Mohammed son of Abdullah into becoming Nabila the Prophet of Allah Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Excellent. So we are going to talk about the time before that.

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Next time we're going to talk about when he became a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his time in Makkah. And then in the last lesson, we're going to talk about his time in Medina

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until he died, solo la jolla, Samia hamakua. So we're going to start by looking at what was life like before Islam.

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Now, all of you, I think all of you here, all of you were born Muslim, right? Every one of you is born born Muslim, Mom and Dad and you. You were born as Muslims.

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Everyone, almost everyone who was born as a Muslim.

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But you can imagine that there was a time before Islam.

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Now I thought we said all the prophets were Muslim. So how was there a time before Islam I thought we said Adam was Muslim. So how is there a time before Islam? I'm confused. Somebody explained

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About and specifically we're going to look today at mcca although this is true for many of the cities in the same area, but we're just going to today look at MCC.

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Let's just talk as for a second, let's just go back. Where did I mean Marquez called uchimura? The mother of all the towns

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who knows anything a little bit about the history of Makkah before we before you know right back in the day like where, who's to where does the story of Makkah come towards in the Quran? Before the Prophet Mohammed slicin?

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Yes, have you

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Hi Joe.

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It left is mine in a body that didn't have any trees

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and if it didn't have any trees, it means it didn't have any what the trees need.

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Water it didn't have any water.

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And he left his family there because that was the place of the Canada. That was the first place that was dedicated to worshipping Allah alone.

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And he said that the angels first marketplace and it said that are the first marketplace but the one who built it up into the Canada as we know today was Ibrahim and is married What if your forever he will Hawaii the Milan Beatty what is Mary Robinette acaba, Linda in decades

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when people are human is Mary raised up the house so that place was marked as a place to worship a light was the first place in the old world there

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will be a nursery the levy be back cattle bark.

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What would have been

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the first ever place to be dedicated to worshiping Allah was what was the house in Makkah the place in Mecca, which is now the Kaaba that was the first place to ever in the whole world to be made just for worshipping Allah, the first message.

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And definitely, Adam has a part of that story. But the main part of the story that we hear is with Ibrahim, when he built the way that it is built today or similar, not quite the way that it's built today because a little bit different shape, but where's what today so maca became the Crossroads

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Right now really testing your geography, the crossroads between where I wish I could ask the guys on youtuber to power up. The problem is with the kids classes, we're not allowed to ask questions that will get comments. So we have to rely on that on the kids in the class after a while.

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So what do you think?

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It's a crossroads between where, what what is what are some of the countries that are around, that people might be traveling from and what what countries are in the north? If I go past makarand, past Medina, and I just keep going more and more, nor Where do I end up?

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There's a big test of God, what do you think?

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No, no, okay, that's to not not that follow. Just that was the adage, keep going. I mean, I'm here, I'm in Makkah, and I'm just driving in my car. And I go to Medina, and I keep going, and I get to travel. And I keep going. And I keep going, where do I end up?

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Africa, Northern Africa is on the west, in the West, Africa is in the West.

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Egypt is to the west. Also, you have further down and have Russia, which is at the senior now like the area of sort of

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the area of what is now that Ethiopia and places nearby Eritrea, this is like that.

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Very good. Amazing. If you keep going north, you will reach Jordan, Syria, this you will reach the area which we call Shang, Shang Sham is the area which is the proper word for English is the 11th. But it basically leaves where Jordan, Syria and so on those type of those type of places. That's the area you're going to reach.

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And if you go south, there's only one country you can reach if you go south.

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May I

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help you with geography?

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Someone said correctly, but I think from the adults, I don't want to address the question or the kids. I go south Yemen, if I go south, I'm going to get to Yemen. So this MK allies that across rules between Yemen in the south, and between Sham, which is Jordan and Syria, those countries in the north.

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And no doubt if you go to the east, you have definitely northeast you have Iraq, you have

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even what they called 30 states, which is now Persia, Iran, and so on. And if you go west, you have Africa and particularly we're looking at and how they're sharp, which is really uninhabited is called as a senior, but really what it is today is is sort of Ethiopia and Eritrea, those kind of countries. And also you have Egypt as well, which is in the northwest in that sense. So you have this is the kind of countries around for particularly sharm and Yemen is very important because Quraysh the people living in Makkah, they used to go between those two countries and they used to bring their your product because Morocco nothing was in Morocco, right.

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BYD highly reserved it's a it's a it's a value that doesn't have any plants nothing grows in marketable nothing at all grows in market. There's some trees now with a lot of extra water and a lot of extra You know,

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it doesn't really naturally grow. So they used to bring not even DS did you

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go up?

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You there's a lot of answers, but I only want what if I go just a little bit off the road?

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No, no, the only place you can ever buy really good dates.

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In Saudi Arabia today.

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Medina, Medina. So they would go to Medina, they would go to Sham Sham is a very fertile land. And Yemen is also very fertile land. So you have a lot of things growing right? You have a lot of like vegetation, you have a lot of vegetables, a lot of fruits and things. So they would go and they would bring these things to Makkah and mockery become what what would make her become famous for that. If nothing grows there, but what does happen there.

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I'm not talking about islamically I'm just talking about you understand what the police was like? No

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Nothing grows there. But it's right down in the middle between Yemen and Syria. And

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Yemen has a lot of produce, and Syria has a lot of produce and Medina has dates. So what's going to happen in Makkah?

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what's gonna happen is trade is going to become a trade center where people swap things, people from the Lebanon, Syria and those places they're going to come and they're going to swap the things where the places from Yemen and they're going to swap from Iraq, and they're all and all these people are going to meet in market and market is going to become a trading city

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is going to become a trading city, a city where people bring things and they Okay, I've got a question for you. In which surah is this? Paul mentioned? The trips to Syria to Yemen, in which solar adults stop helping the kids?

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Let's see, in which surah is this mentioned, I'm not going to ask you the soul of the show now. How's the answer came out the I.

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God, it works. So Quraysh Lila, Isla, as we can relax later sheeta you will say

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the journey in the summer, and the journey in the winter, meaning the journey to Sham the journey to Yemen and the trade that would happen in Makkah, which became the center for trade. What's another reason that we are the center of a trade because they could have treated me Why did they treat you did? Why did they not trade in life? Why make Why is my car what else is going to bring people to market apart from the fact that there's people coming from every direction with things to sell and things to buy? What's gonna bring people to

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Yeah, that's perfect. But what what there's something completely different than is going to attract people to

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go to visit.

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Yet to visit very good the Kaaba. When are they going to visit the cabinet? Because remember, they're not Muslim. We don't do this before. It's not they're not Muslim. When are they? When did they used to visit come and visit the cabinet? This is a tough question. Because they're not they're not Muslim. Right? But when are they going to when is everyone going to descend on

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the tree? Definitely. But we want a different reason. So they're going to come to visit the Kaaba when they come to visit the car.

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as Muslims yes as well. I totally agree with you as Muslims. We're going to come morning and night but I'm talking about before Islam. One time a year, when everyone is going to come to America

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is from the time of Ibrahim

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and all the prophets did it.

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And you have to do it once in your life. If you can.

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hedge. Hajj came before the Prophet Mohammed sighs No.

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It wasn't done quite right. People weren't doing it the right way. But they would do it hatch they used to come to Hajj and they used to descend upon the market the title hatch.

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So Makkah is really famous because it's a trading center. All the people are coming who want to buy the different things and maka is famous because of the Hajj everyone is coming at the height of time.

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Everybody is coming at Hajj.

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Okay, let's talk a little bit then about the religion of the people in Makkah.

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What religion generally Now there were different religions, they were different beliefs. But generally speaking the people who were first of all before that, who What was the name of the tribe, who was the main tribe living in Makkah, we already answered it in this class already. Yes, Polish, Polish

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and polish are a sub tribe

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of the hour. So there are a tribe

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which and they are from the children of which profit

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long distance but which profit if you go back

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all the way which profit you get to

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get to is Mary

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our beside point buddy is right in

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which profit did they go back to?

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So mu sell at

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Yahoo, but you will

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Soften which coffee today go back to?

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Your answer. Okay, what are we going to be waiting to answer? If you look though,

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everyone goes back to Adam. Adam, Adam

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is half. So Ibrahim has two children is mine and his half is any becomes the father of the Arabs and within the Arabs comes Quraysh and

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this half becomes the father of many swai so they're like cousins, right? Guys? second cousins third cousins and cousins or whatever.

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Croatia in mK tivity what religion are Quraysh?

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What's their religion?

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Now before Prophet Mohammed sighs them remember, don't give me an answer. They were all Muslims a day, you know?

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What religion was?

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Before the Prophet Mohammed saizen came and taught them about Islam.

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What religion? I'm gonna ask you two questions, what religion were they and what religion should they have been?

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I like making it difficult. So let's start what we're doing wording in reality, what were they what religion Well, it

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helps. You don't have to jump up and down your head. I can see I'm just asking I need to give everybody a chance. Right? I can't see him but I know you want to answer everyone Allah bless you. But I want to give a chance to different people. Yes.

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No, actually some although there were people like what I would know for who became Christian. It wasn't the mean, religion among koresh as you're writing the worse off, but it wasn't the main religion among boys. Yes.

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No, although there were people from Jewish religion, particularly in Medina, but it wasn't that it wasn't the main religion of correctional.

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They, but how what religion now we talked about what did they worship? They weren't Muslim Islam, and they weren't this before Islam right? Before Islam, so they weren't Muslim. They weren't Christian. They were Jewish.

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they worship idols.

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They worship statues. they worshipped stones and trees and graves and stars and the sun and the moon.

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Can you imagine that? And they also worshiped a law.

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So we really need to understand this. I want you guys put your hands down we think of really carefully Okay, I really want to this is one of the most important things you have to understand.

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the people the prophets I send them was sent to they were loosely called idol worshippers.

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they worshipped idols, their idols that they worshipped. Where were they? Or what kind of things were they? They worship stones? they worshipped trees. they worshipped the graves, dead people. They worship the sun and the moon and the stars. They even worship the angels.

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And they worship

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Hold on how what how did they wish Ebola? explained to me explain to me how what what we're talking about. You explained.

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They worshiped a lot and those other things pipe What does that make you if you worship Allah under those other things? Does it make you like a part time Muslim? Right, like you're Muslim on a Friday? Can you be a Muslim if you worship Allah and

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put your hand up? No, I will ask Yes.

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They are. They are non Muslims.

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How can they be non Muslims when they worshiped a lot?

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Answering this question How could they be could fall when they worship Allah.

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They worship others with him. And Allah will never accept for you to worship anything.

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Even if you worship Allah 364 days in a year, and you worship an idol for one day, you're not

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even if you worship

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Long for 364 days and 11 hours and 59 minutes, or 23 hours and 59 minutes. And just for one minute you worship an idol you're anonymous.

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To be a Muslim. You What do you have to say la ilaha illAllah there is no god worthy of worship. There is no partner.

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So they did worship Allah.

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But they worship others besides Allah okay? Did they believe that those others besides Allah were like Allah the same as a lot? Did they like say okay, Allah is one God, and a lot is one God is one God and Mirage is one God and the size one God and the sun is one word that they put them all on the same level.

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What do you think?

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Yes, no, no, they thought that Allah was the greatest

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for them all the other gods, why did they have them? What was their reason to have those or other gods? Because they believe Allah was the creator. Well, that insult man holla personality will who created the heavens and the earth?

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The sea Who? Allah who sends down the rain Allah who answers you are Allah, okay, why are you worshiping the storms?

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They believed it would help them to get closer to Allah, man are blue in your car reborn in a lot Yousuf we want to get near to Allah and we believe that these stones are these trees and these people and these graves and these stars are going to bring us near to our in our house without issue for our in the law. These people are getting us.

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Our jobs answered by a lot.

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Right? So they believe in Allah. And they believe that Allah was the greatest

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but they worship others besides Him. So they will not Muslim.

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They will not Muslim because they worship others.

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They worship others. Besides

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Okay, what religion should they have been in? And I don't mean Muslim, obviously Muslim, but I mean, which prophet should they have been following? Who's which Prophet was their prophet to follow?

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Them Allah

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Mohammed so I said more than two about before Mohammed sighs

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because there was a gap right at a federal level. So there was a gap, there was a gap where there was no profit, but who did they go originally?

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Back to? Yes.

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No doubt or to either but not other real not specific.

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And that's why Allah tells them in the Quran so many times follow the religion of Ibrahim

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follow the religion of people. I mean, letter Evo ii hanifa. And the name of the religion of Ibrahim is hiding

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the religion of worshipping just one God. That's the religion they were supposed to be following. But there was a big gap in profits wasn't there was a big gap.

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Restaurants guys, if you stay with your hands off, Mm hm. But what?

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I'll give you a chance story every time I'm given a change and whoever wants to answer but we change it a little bit here, here here. Give everybody a chance. Okay, so the religion Ebrahim,

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the religion of Allah Hani, Thea

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is called and Hani the the religion of

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Ibrahim Hani fear

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this religion of Ibrahim that's what they were supposed to be following. But there was a the gap just think Abraham has two children his mind and his heart okay is how has yahoo yahoo is a prophet who did his mind have no profit, okay. Now comes after Yahoo comes user who comes after in this policy by law? Okay, after use of comes

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all of the you've got the 12 tribes the brothers have use of afterward afterwards you have after a while it comes when you get

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down to eventually to move. You get to you shall know you get

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Download you get some a man still full body on his mind site. But then you go down even more eventually you get to yahia and you get the ISA and still nobody on his mind site.

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So many suraiya have got all of these 10s and 10s of profits which are coming and underside of his smile, Nobody.

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So they had a break where they didn't have, they had a break, which we call

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minahasa a time where there wasn't any profit for them. They just had they just had what they remembered from Ibrahim and from is married.

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And then finally,

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after the viola here Isa came to Venezuela and some time went by, and a lot of reasonable moments of Time went by a law sent from the children of Israel.

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But we after all that time, Allah said the Prophet Mohammed Samba love it.

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So if they were worshipping idols,

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they worshipping idols. Where did that come from? They were they were supposed to be I'll tell you the story of what happened.

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I tell you the story of what happened because they were worshipping Allah. They had the Kaaba, I mean, how can you have the Kaaba outside your doorstep and not worship Allah right? outside the door.

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They open the door, there's the carburetor.

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Right living all around the car.

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And they had the Prophet Ibrahim. And they had

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it's very,

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they have is married. So what went wrong? What went wrong? happened with a person whose name was even

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an hour even though Hey, what he did was he went on a trip to Shanghai, to Syria.

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And when he went on his trip to Shanghai, he saw the people there worshipping idols. What did he do? Did you see our stock fuel hours opened up? What did he do? What do you think he did?

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He does a beautiful answer. Well, I'm loving these answers today, Mashallah. He there was no Islam for him. So he copied them. And he brought one of their idols home to Makkah. And he put it down and he said, this is your God.

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And the people from him, they started to follow, and they started to worship those idols. And they took idols from all different places, they took idols from Yemen, they took aios from Sham, they took idols from the east and the west, and they put them all in Makkah. And it said, that when the prophet SAW I send them was in Makkah, before Islam, there were 360 idols

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that were worshiped in the car.

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And they used to worship a lot on top of that.

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Okay, so we understood a little bit about their religion. Bear in mind that exactly as you said, when you said, I think, Christian, and someone said, Jewish, so there were Christians and Jews in the area, they weren't really in markup so much, but they were in the in in Medina, they were Jews in Yemen. They were Christians. And they were people who converted to Christianity. Like, for example, what I didn't know. And those were some of the best people. Because they were closer remember, there was a big gap, there was more profit. So some of them converted when they saw who he said, they saw Risa. And they heard of the message of Risa. So some people accepted the messenger

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Isa, even though it wasn't really for them. It wasn't really their message, because it was for the children of his heart, right? It wasn't really their message, but they, some of them still they became Christian like the cousin of Khadija watarrka No.

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I'm going to

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show you ads has been amazing, but you have to put your hand down. So Is this

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okay? So

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we learned a little bit about their religion. What do you think life is like? When you don't have guidance from online genuine? They What do you think that their life was like? You think without Islam, they have a good life. There's nothing How do what you want to drink? What you want to eat what you want. What do you think their life was like?

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You think life is not good?

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Yeah, the life was miserable. What do you think about? It was horrible. What do you think?

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Really bad?

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Awful. Okay.

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So everybody thinks that life without and I really love the choice. You have your words, use your hands. Very nice. You said disgrace. But I like that word. Because if you don't have Islam, you don't have an honor. Like Omar said earlier, he said,

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National Poll one, I said a lot. We are people, we didn't have any respect until the snapping.

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We didn't have any respect to Islam. So, to airport example, do you think they used to eat and drink good food, nice things. They used to drink so much alcohol.

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They used to drink so much alcohol, they used to get drunk. They used to fight each other. They used to kill each other. They were always at war, always at war with each other. And they would go to war over small things. They would go to war over a

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little bit of exaggeration, because to be honest, there's a story behind the camera. But they actually went to war over a

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few 100 years, they will fight each other over Can you imagine that kind of wars and fighting because they've got no one to tell them what's right and wrong. Like you said, when you don't have Islam. When you don't have Islam, you don't have any guidance at all.

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That's why one of them. There's a famous story that happened with

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Emerald case, right? The famous point

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that the

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famous poet,

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from among the family of Kings that are in Yemen,

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and they killed his father. And he was just known for being drunk all the time. You can always say to people, you find them, like lying out on the street just doesn't know what he's doing. So they came to him. And they said to him, that, you know, they've killed your father.

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And he said this famous statement and you'll come up what other?

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He said today I'm going to get drunk and tomorrow are sorted out.

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Look at how the people were completely lost. They had no clue.

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Do you think that they had a nice family life with a nice mom and dad and you know, children like that.

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They didn't have a nice family life like that.

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Many of the children they didn't know their moms and their dads properly and their families all broken up. And it was all horrible, not proper marriage. Nothing was nice. Like it isn't. It's now they had a horrible time. And they were so much people be so many people being killed. People were being killed all the time, because there was no proper laws about what's right and what's wrong. So you imagine what would happen one day if there was no law?

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No one to stop no police? No nothing. It's just chaos, right? Everyone's just goes at kill somebody another person kills and then the person and then they fight and then there's a war and then a lot of things were going on like that. So it was a very horrible situation. Yes.

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Any anyone to tell him about

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who's right and who's wrong, didn't have anyone to tell them who was writing was wrong. But we can stop for a second. Now I'm going to tell you some of the good things that were there. because not everything was bad. Not everything was bad. They had some good things that they had remembered from the time of Ibrahim and it became like their culture. So some of the good things they had is that they were

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for example, they were people who

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always told the truth, generally speaking, they were people who told the truth. They didn't used to lie.

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Generally speaking, they were people who told the truth. They were people who had good manners with their guests. With the people who would come they will treat them they would try to treat them very kindly. They were people who agreed.

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They were quite brave. They had good things. It wasn't that they were it wasn't that everything was bad. But the good things of course, it doesn't compare when you don't have Islam. You can't compare those

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things. But what Islam did is Islam kept the good things and got rid of what?

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The bad, right? Get rid of the bad and keep the good because they were good things. They did have some good things in their culture. They used to keep ties with their family used to keep Family Ties used to be truthful, they used to look after their guests they used to be

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they used to

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take care of

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some of the poor people.

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Some of them were generous with giving charity.

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But is any of that accepted if you're not Muslim?

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What do you think? No.

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That's it. If you're not obviously, none of that is accepted.

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And that's why I asked the Prophet so I said about a man. He was known to be very generous in Janie. Like before Islam, he was really generous. He used to put out huge amounts of food for the poor people.

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She said, O Messenger of Allah, did it benefit him anything? Did he get anything from Allah, The Prophet said to her, so I said that he got nothing from Allah.

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He never said one day, one day, he never said, Allah, forgive me.

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For the mistakes that I did, he never one day said for a lot of forgiving not even one day did he pray to Allah. He was very kind to the poor people. But it didn't help him anything, because he wasn't.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born into that society.

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And in that society of Quraysh, there was a family.

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And that family,

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that family was the best family in cooperation, they are the biggest position, they were the leaders.

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And they will call Benny passion.

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They will call Benny hashey. So they're not separate from politics. They're inside of Quraysh. But they're like a special group inside of Quraysh go back to a person called Hashem.

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And the one who was in charge of them at that time, was a man called Abdul

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Abdul Pilate was in charge of them at that time. And they saw him to be a big

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and in charge, and they looked up to him and his family were the best family. Of course, everybody knew.

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There were some big families. Yeah, because the tribe, right, this big families, and they were the family who was considered the best family. These are the best. The family of Hashem. And they lead at that time was

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one of the things that made Abu Talib

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really, really famous because anyone knows a couple of things that made absolute pallets, even more famous apart from the fact that he came from the best time I'm not saying about the Prophet Mohammed sites, which were about before about his grandfather. He was not a Muslim, used to worship idols. He was not obviously

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What made him a couple of things made him famous.

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No, no, no, not really. He was used to worship that but but

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Know what made him famous? A couple of things. If you know the answer, you probably don't want to tell.

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Yeah, there was used to make it a home instead, they didn't go to Tesco and buy it. But they used to, they used to make it from dates. And they used to make it from grapes. And they used to forget what they did. Because you know, when people drink that horror thing, they forget what they do, and they become crazy, right? And they do horrible things. Yeah, like that, like draw exactly like that. Right. So let's get on with it. Let's continue on with the story. So one of the things that made Abu Talib really, really famous

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was to do with Samsung.

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was to do with

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with Samsung. Where does the story of Zamzam stop

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is my one Tell me the story then give me a summary of the story.

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Hi Joe needed water for

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voice mine. I should run between the two mountains Safa and Marwa and she ran between the two mountains looking for water and she

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is like the ground and she found the water of

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she found the water off zepter she found the water

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and the profits are excellent said me Allah have mercy on her job if she hadn't stopped Zen Zen. If she hadn't plugged the hole of Zumba Zumba would have become a leak MCO would have become a leak.

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Because of how much

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because of how much water there was

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at the time of

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abdomen 30

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what had happened to the weather exams? And does anyone remember?

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What happened? The question was What happened? It disappeared.

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And it was so they were not getting the water anymore. So then what happened?

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The challenge abdomen

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and abdomen colleague was able to, to find it to bring it back again. And they used to give the water to the people who came at the Hajj. So it became famous because of zamzar.

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And he became famous for one more thing and this is where we need to understand and that is the story of a certain animal. Which animal is it?

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Which animal which animal?

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is the story of animal?

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None of us? Yes, we are

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an elephant. In fact, an army of elephants because there was a man who had

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an Abra heart he wanted to destroy the cap.

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And he sent an army of elephants to destroy the cabin.

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And elephants are very powerful animals right?

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You're very very powerful animals.

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And so they send an army of elephants to smash the cab

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sent an army of elephants to smash up the the cargo

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and in which surah we told about the army of elephants sort of has been I don't know okay for a lot of us hadn't.

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So when these elephants came

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who went out to challenge our

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Why did he go out as a very funny story about why he went out. And it wasn't for the cabin.

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He didn't go out for the cabin.

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No, no, I do the way they would do it. People have been killed.

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For the

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year, you know, he didn't go out because of the elephants. He went out because of another animal. Yes.

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You went because he they took his camels.

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And so imagine the leader of Porsche goes out and abraha thinks he's come to beg him. He thinks he's come to beg Please don't hurt the car. But please don't.

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So Abdulmutallab comes and says, I haven't come for the Kaaba. The Kaaba has a lord who is going to take care of it. Who is the Lord of the Kava polyarteritis Rob berhad, elevates a lot. He said I'm not worried about the Kaaba. Allah will take care of the Kaaba. I came for my camels

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Simon come for the Kaaba I came to ask you to give me about my couples

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and Allah destroyed all of the army of elephants how I want to I don't want I want an Arabic I want the idol

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Give me the whole idea and I'm telling him about all your hobbies feed me agenda okay WWE what all send an army play on other

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allies origin sent birds and they toddler meeting him pray jollity mean see God through little stones of big clay and the birds destroyed the elephants and destroyed the armor.

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And the cargo was saved. What do you think happened to Croatia and the cargo was saved? How do you think they felt

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the elephants

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now what happened with gracious Quraysh Scott? Wow, look at this, our loss saved the the carb and the status went very high and Abdulmutallab people said that he is the you know, he was the best one out of us. He went there. They made it made them feel like it was a big thing for them like a celebration for that because they thought they were going to be destroyed

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by this huge army of elephants Quraysh What did they have some horses some camels didn't have any elephants? Can you imagine chasing an elephant and big elephant chasing you down and the only thing you have is a camel. You're not gonna last very long, but a lot of seeds.

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In that same year,

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the year that the elephant tried to destroy the Kaaba elephants of

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the Prophet Mohammed cisilion was born

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he was born in Robbie an hour who knows the Islamic months.

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Robbie was the first one

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what however

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Ruby around Okay, the first three that's what I want. So moharram comes first then suffer then Ruby or

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Ruby or outward in that month in the year of the elephant, meaning the year the elephants came to attack the Kaaba, the prophet Mohammed so long.

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So Abdul Kalam had songs.

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Abdulmutallab had songs.

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Actually the prophets I send them from his father's on his father's side, and he had he there was the was 11 uncles for 10 uncles plus his fall. So he had a big family.

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But let's just try and understand Abu Talib just anyone knows some of the names of his children. Obviously, the most famous is the father of the Prophet Mohammed.

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Abdullah, that's we know that along with Abdullah there was some very famous children or abdomen colleagues,

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who be two of them became Muslim, who are the two who became Muslim.

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to other two children, only two of Abu

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Hamza ended up bass

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or audio level. And human Hamza and us they would like to become Muslim. Who is really another really famous child I do metallic is one of the worst people and we recite a sutra about how bad he is

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tibetian de la hubin whatever.

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So there were many others actually was 11 in total, but we just want to cover we just want to cover how many we just want to cover for for now. So there was Abdullah Abdullah is the father of

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Baba the Prophet slicin. Was Abdullah Muslim. No, he was not. That's why when a man came to the Prophet Cicilline, he said Where is my father? The prophets I said and said Your father is in healthy enough. Then he called him back and he said to him, my Father and your Father are in the north

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of Los Alamos.

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Okay, Abdullah, and there was the really bad one was a bola.

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And there were two really good ones who became Muslim who were Hamza and Al Abbas.

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Well, the Align

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And there were many others as well, but we don't like we're not going to focus too much we're not going to get get confused. Okay. So you know now Abdullah is famous for something. Abdullah, the father of the Prophet Mohammed sighs and he's famous for something. He didn't become a Muslim. He's famous for something that happened to him.

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To know what happened to him. I've asked you a question before that. What what a famous story that happened to his mind.

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He almost died. How did he almost die?

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The Prophet Ibrahim had a dream.

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Yeah, booni in our

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back pocket.

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Mother toe, color additive, to set a genie insha Allah solid. Ibrahim had a dream. And in this dream, he saw that he was slaughtering his mind was cutting his neck with a knife. And he was killing

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like a sheep.

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He saw that he took his smile. And he lied down and laid him down on the ground. And he took a knife and he cut his neck. Now what about the dreams of the prophets? What's the thing about the dreams of the prophets? What is the big thing about profits dreams? They always

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are true.

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So Ibrahim was very shocked.

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And he said to his son, oh, my son, I've seen in a dream that I'm going to take a knife and I'm going to cut you I'm going to kill you. So what what do you think? He said, Dad? If that's what Allah said, Yeah, but this is what I was told you. Do? What a lot.

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I'll be patient. Don't worry, I won't fight. If that's what a lot will do. I will do.

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So Ibrahim took up his son. He imagined he waited so long for us and he couldn't have any children. And he laid him down on the ground. And he took his knife, and he put his knife on his neck. And what happened?

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Did he cut his neck?

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Eliza just said Dr.

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Eliza just said the dream has come true stop. So you put the knife is it Stop, stop.

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The dream has come true.

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And instead of is married, who was who got cut instead?

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The round ended gender the the sheet that came down from the Allied soldiers and we're fighting to be the bane of the

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we exchanged him for that sheet. Where do we remember this? Every legal out half when we slaughter our sheep. We remember that story of Ibrahim with a scenario that he was going to kill him. And then the dream came true. And he didn't kill him because in the dream he didn't see him cutting. He saw him putting the knife and the dream.

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The Dream ended.

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Yeah. And then Allah changed

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his mind. A lot changed is my and instead of the smile, the sheep was killed instead.

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Something happened with Abdullah which was a little bit similar.

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Go on.

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There was the camels

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and the hours.

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So absolutely. This goes back to what to the Samsung story, right? Is that I've

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had remember they don't have any guidance, right? They don't know what's right and wrong. So what did they do? He said, as the gratitude to Allah. What was he going to do? He said, I'm going to sacrifice one of my children, I'm going to kill one of my children.

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So he had to choose which child he was going to

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So he drew last Do you know what it means to draw lots they can have like arrows right? And you pick which one is got the mark on the feather on which one's the short one or something like that. So he picked and who came up

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at a lot.

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So you put it back in.

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And then he picked and who came up

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Abdullah we put it back in and he fixed again and who came up

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Abdullah and what he

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Did in the end, instead of killing Abdullah?

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He killed 100 camels.

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He killed 100 habits.

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And that was the story of Abdullah Abdullah married a lady called

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Amina. And they had a child called Mohammed solo. It was lm and he was born.

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In the year of the elephants, is it actually time for that?

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is a good guy that will continue for five months.

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Okay, we'll wrap up each other very quickly, because we need to get to the point of the story a little bit left to go. When the prophet SAW the love it was sent them was born.

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When the prophet SAW Selim was born, some things happened. That were very strange.

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Does anyone remember some of the things that happened when the Prophet was born?

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Okay, you're not your fault. So generally, what they used to do with their small children is they used to send this more children into the desert, with the bedroom people, the bedroom people are the people who didn't live in the city. But they used to.

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You don't travel in the desert. They didn't have a house, like a fixed house. They used to travel in the desert. Why do you think they used to send their children into the desert?

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Like little babies, they would give the little baby and say go take him bring him back late. Why do you think they used to do that?

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I'll have to answer the question.

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Yeah, I like that. They were trying to make them brave. They were trying to make them strong. So they would send them into the desert, to make them strong, because if they lived in the city, and they get sick like that, and then they become weakened, they will not be able to fight they will not be able to be strong for their family and their tribe. So instead, they you know, they used to send them out with the bedrooms. And there was a lady who was given the Prophet Mohammed sighs and to look out for her name was Halima idea of the love

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hyena, Heidi mobiola. She became

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she was the one who had to look after the Prophet Mohammed. So I said that when he was a baby,

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she had to look after him.

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And she was going to take into the desert.

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And she saw that the Prophet Mohammed sighs have had so much blessing. She didn't know he's a prophet, because he didn't know he was a prophet.

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Yeah, his mother had seen a dream that coming out from her was a light that lit up all of the land until serum.

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The whole earth lit up from a light that was coming out on her she saw a dream, but nobody knew what it meant.

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When Heidi and I took him probably a lot.

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She didn't have very much milk to give to the children. Were very poor that the Jews a lot of drought and famine and hunger. She didn't have much milk to give to him.

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When she took him, she certainly had plenty of milk.

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And they didn't have much their animals, you know, didn't have a lot of milk and their animals were also very

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warm, more like there wasn't much food and things and everything just became more and she felt so blessed. She felt so blessed by what happened. What did she do? If you are enjoying it so much? What would you do? You enjoy something so much?

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You would ask if you can keep it. So that's what she did. She went back to the mother of the Prophet Mohammed size 11 she said can I keep it for longer? I she kept him. She kept him too long. But something happened that made the change your mind will want to quickly bring it back to Islam.

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What was that

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His chest was cut open. What happened was an accident.

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What happened? Who could open his chest?

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How could his chest get caught up and hook open his chest? The angel debris

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came down. I took the Prophet Mohammed. So I send them and cut open his chest and took out his heart.

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And he took it in a bowl of zensah and it cleaned it and took out something. And he said this was the part of the shapefile. So you're going to be pure now only good.

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And they got so scared for him. When they saw what happened to him. They didn't know what was the angel debris, they didn't know what happened. They got so scared for what happened to him.

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They took him back to his mom

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and his mom Amina, she took him to visit some of their relatives in which city in Medina and on the way back, something happened.

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He was okay after jabril looked. I mean gibreel didn't hurt him. jabril cleaned him.

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What happened?

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His mom died.

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His mom died who looked after him after his mom died because remember, his dad already died. We didn't mention that. We should have mentioned that I don't love in between about $1 that his dad died before he was born.

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So he was raised with just his mom. Then his mom died who looked after him, his grandfather to

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look after him.

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And then I don't look Pollock died.

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And the metallic didn't die as a Muslim and his mom didn't die as a Muslim. His mom was still his dad was a man

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who looked after him.

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grandfather died date good.

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album pod album. It is another son of Absolutely. So is the prophets, Uncle Abu Khalid.

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So we have mentioned how many of those brothers Abdullah that was the father of Mohammed. So I said worse.

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The two that became Muslim that were

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Hamza and abasto of iron Houma. And then we said the bad one was a Buddha, Buddha have.

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And then we said

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Abu Polly was his uncle who looks after him.

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When he was little,

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all these little special things kept on happening. I'm just going to take one moment. There's no special things kept on happening, guys, this is not for the last part of this story, because we have to move to the next quite next time. Some very special things started happening from the really special things that start happening is his uncle took him to Syria, on a on a trip to Portree for learning business because uncle used to do business by incentives. And when he took him there, he met a monk.

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And that mark,

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that mark

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told his uncle to take him back.

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He said this nephew of yours is going to become some grades.

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He knew that he saw from him that this nephew is going to become a prophet. He saw a problem he knew because that monk was what a Christian. He knew about the coming of the Prophet Mohammed sighs he had knowledge he knew. So he was scared about what might happen to the Prophet sizing that someone might hurt him when he was small. So he so he sent him back to

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Central back to my last question, did the prophets I send them worship idols like his grandfather and

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goes uncles?

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No, never ever, ever. Did he drink alcohol like these people used to do? The people in Baku drink an alcohol? Did he drink alcohol? No. But he wasn't a prophet. So how did he know to do that?

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He wasn't a prophet.

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Allah inspired him a lot. He did not like it.

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He only worshipped Allah. But he didn't know about a lot. He didn't know why he didn't understand all about Islam, but he only worshipped Allah. And what was he known for? He was known for being trustworthy. And he was known for being

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truthful. He was known for being trustworthy. He was known for me

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Truthfully, and he was known for being the best.

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He was known for being the best out of all of his people.

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And he was known for being the leader. And the one who sorted out people's problems. One day, famous story happened, they were fighting over the cover, because they were trying to build rebuild the parts of the cabinet that was damaged. And they were the tribes are fighting over it. And the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam came and you meet each person to each tribe take a quarter of a piece of cloth, and then he took the stone and he put the stone into the capital.

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Used to sort out the problems is to look after people used to keep ties with his relatives used to be good to people used to help the poor people used to help the needy people. He used to worship a lot but he didn't know how to worship Allah.

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But he used to worship a lot the way that Allah inspired him and made him love it. And he was very sad about what happened to these people.

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And he used to spend a lot of time alone.

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Just thinking about things worshipping Allah and just thinking about how how these people started to wish I

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am going to stop right there

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and inshallah Thailand next week, what we're going to do, we're going to resume the story with the Cave of Iraq, and the coming up the angel gibreel and how the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam became a prophet obviously we did it very summarized, very squeezed, because we don't have much time, but he shall lie to start and you can learn much, much more in the books of sila, and the Sierra lessons inshallah. That's why made easy for you to mention on

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