Wahaj Tarin – Seerah Episode 11 – A story of love and loyalty

Wahaj Tarin
AI: Summary © The Prophet sallavi alayhi wa sallam, a woman who was born in 28th and married her mother at the age of 40, may have had a difficult time growing early and developing early. The importance of project goodness and confidence in relationships is emphasized, as it is crucial to maintain healthy relationships. The segment also touches on the challenges faced by businesswoman Al satisfied during the age of 35, including the loss of houses and cars, the use of modern technology, and the loss of family members. The segment also discusses the importance of rebuilding housing environments and the symbolism of the law on the mother Herod. The segment concludes with a discussion of the upcoming punishment of a woman claims to have been a god and how it is a honor given to her.
AI: Transcript ©
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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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in Alhamdulillah

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steady let him in through the unforeseen a woman say Dr. Medina manga de la familia mobile Allah one minute a little further her the other shadow Allah Allah in La la hora de hula Sharif Allah wa shadow Anna Mohammed Abu rasuluh

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My beloved brother and most respected elders, mothers and sisters Alhamdulillah we reached the part of the Sierra last week where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam married our mother, Khadija of the Allahu tabarka what Allah and her and we said last week that Khadija rhodiola one has proved to be the love of his life.

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No one else would would compare. Although later on he his he had younger wives and a Chateau de la Honda was was very young and a daughter of one of his very close friends.

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And even she used to get jealous of the lady who had already passed away many years ago. And this is for a few reasons.

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Muslims, the purpose of the Sierra is that you derive lessons from it and adjust your lives to it. Otherwise, it's just rhetoric. So one of the things we all need to learn from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is warfare

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is loyalty and devotion.

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So these are these are parts of the loyalties of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to our mother Khadija of the Allahu terracotta Allah And first of all,

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we know from historical records that Khadija rhodiola han han was older than the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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Who can tell me the age.

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So the the famous one is that she was 40 and he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was 25 and this is the narration of Allah fpd. And there are other narrations from eveness hub in Albay happy and others who put her age at 28.

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But for some reason, I laughed at his narration has become famous because it's often quoted, but so far as

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credibility is concerned, you know, levels of acceptance Ignis hacker ranks higher than a lower PD.

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So the Roger,

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at least to us is that she was probably in her 28th year

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although the famous one has become

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that she is 40. And then if you look at it, physiologically,

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she wrote the law

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at the very least, at the very least, bore six children for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So his children from our mother Khadija or the Allaha was Zainab roclite. So zeynab rupiah Uncle soum and Fatima from the daughters and Qasim and agudo law and at the very least, that's how I counted right shift that six

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and other scholars say at this possibly eight because there's another name called pipe and bar here. Although the scholar says that these two other nicknames have the same Abdullah

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by a vampire here are the nicknames of Abdullah. So Qasim was born earlier on and his kunia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is Abu Qasim you know, Arabs give a title of respect. They prefer not to call you by your name and it's it's a good thing for us to learn you know to give respect to to one another so they used to say Abul Qasim and that was his cornea.

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So that's the sun and then Zainab

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Roca costume and father model de la Honda and then Abdullah was born last. So with regards to

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Qasim They say he they say Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, that he grew to the level where you could sit him on a horse, so five, six

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and then died

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Others say no he died, you know, at a toddler age, but we know that Abdullah died in infancy

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and Subhanallah a lot of Blizzard did not allow any male progeny to be left after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And the Hikmah is self evident. First of all, our Father Ibrahim alayhis, salam, my dad, let Prophethood continue from my progeny. So if the progeny of the Prophet continued Prophethood would have had to continue and remember Subhana Allah on the other side, what happened? Because there are two sides.

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There's the side of Israel and the side of his half as the children of Ibrahim, what's the last on the chain of of his hug

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a Salah his solemn, and he didn't get married and his chain finished, and then our profits, there is no male progeny. So the chain finished.

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And this is out of the hikma of the larochelle Majid and Fido lemma you read now, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has left the world and he has no male progeny, there was only one left was

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faulty model de la Hana and you see what people have done to the lineage from a female side, you know, lifted them to the levels of you know, above level of prophethood for some May Allah protect one an old and had a male progeny been left behind, you know, huge problems could have come out of it. I mean, huge

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tests for some so far as Africa is concerned, you know, out of love and devotion that would have done really strange things. So but this is the this is the Hickman doodle of Sheila Madrid and finally married.

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So, if you look at the age of Armada de jure or de la Honda, and you consider that she got married at 40, and then had six or eight kids, it's big, it becomes unfeasible especially for for the women of the desert and the women, you know, from Arab descent, what is accepted or renowned is that Arab woman used to mature early. So, you see from our mother is of the age of maturity is relatively young, she got married at the age of nine, but, so, you know, that also means is that they will reach

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old age at a faster level, you know, where they cannot reproduce. So, putting those two together 28 seems a more feasible agent, then it is backed by more collectible scholars.

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So I hope that has added some value into into the discussion tonight.

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So we were talking about the welfare of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam you know, his sense of loyal repayment of kindness

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even after she died, so, so long as she was alive The Prophet never remarried never married anyone else, although polygamy was the norm, like commits the admits the Arabs and for centuries, I mean, most people, polygamy was the norm they used to marry 12345 and whatever they could afford and whatever they liked.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never married, so long as

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her digerati Allahu taala. And her was, was alive, even after she died.

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If a lady that used to visit the house when she was alive, used to come into the house, the Prophet used to you know, his, his demeanor used to change, you could trace the pain of missing someone on his face. And the wives used to see it like I showed the Eliana was very sensitive to this, like, you know,

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she used to pick it up and get upset about it as well. And she used to come with her own examples, you know, to try to persuade the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that you have, you know, younger wife.

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So, don't think about that, Oh, don't reminisce about that. Why are you thinking about that, you know?

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And one, someone can knock the door so panela knock the door. And the knock was like the knocking of Khadija.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam face changed and he said Khadija used to not like that.

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Like these are these are very delicate details for you know, men are not interested in that but how do you not couldn't

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come inside, you know,

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but to kind of pick that up and have within the memory bank and be able to draw to it and say that and then even in the latter days, you know, long this is in Medina when he

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to sacrifice animals he used to send meat to her relatives, how they just gone long from the picture. And this is this is what

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you know, someone you have a relationship with someone you have spent time with, and I mean, you know, religiously bound relationships, don't just chuck it, in the wind value would honor it. And she wrote the law when he was very devout to him

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and to end Subhanallah from his warfare is the name of our, you know, Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, who he named her after, this is shocking, he named after his mother in law.

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You know, because normally mother in laws are not

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in a vehicle.

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But for the son in law, because nine is his right to say I want to name not after my mother because it could have been Amina, I want to name after your mother who has died.

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Huge level of, of devotion and obviously she sacrificed

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her everything for him. And so upon allowing the days of difficulty can and we will study this in her life of the la vida catalana. So lessons to take from this.

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A few very important lessons. I hope you don't get bored of the lessons because the lessons are important we have we have to change the ones. Number one notice that our mother Khadija was previously married

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and the scholars say she was married twice, before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her first husband was at

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his alma Kazumi.

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And the scholars differ, as with regards to whether he died,

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or whether they the relationship ended, as in the marriage ended, but more of the scholars are of the opinion that he died. And from that she had one child, a young girl by the name of Hindi.

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Ahmed Khadija had a child from and then she remarried

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to a boo holla at me. And from that she had two children.

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And in the first instance, her daughter's name is hint. And the second marriage has son's name is Hindi.

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And hyla is the name of her daughter, and some say the other way around, because, you know, he's Abu hayleigh, so therefore, the cornea must be based on the name of the Son. And the scholars differ with regards to this, but Alhamdulillah

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then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam married her today, because, you know, although we profess Islam, but at times, Islam, you know, just stops at the throat, and it doesn't go much, much deeper than that, then cultures come in.

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And in certain cultures, women that are previously married,

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you know, unfortunately, nothing to do with the face or with the dino with the religion. It has a stigma associated with, you know, that she's previously married.

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You know?

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Why don't you marry someone who's not married. And

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there's, there's a stigma associated with it, what will people say and this and that, and yet, the best two people

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in our history, the prophet and her digital delana it was a case of marrying someone who had previously been married. And had we want to stick to culture as then you know, someone whose husband has died or whose husband has you know, has passed away or who has been divorced? And then you decide, listen, no, how shall they law we can't marry this person. What will happen to society?

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You know, in a time where divorce rates are at 40% and anyone that's been with someone, no, you can't, you know, facade will will swallow the world.

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And that is why we must grow the capacity to submit to the wisdom of online is profit. That is what Islam in Islam is that you know, we put our feelings and vibes aside, we accept what aligned His Prophet, say with regards to them.

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Secondly, I want to talk about relationships. Because you will notice in this life in this beautiful

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Marriage that lasted some 25 years. So from the time the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam is 25.

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At last toe, he became a prophet at 40.

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And then from 40, the 10 years in

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Makkah, it was there, and around the 10th year she passed away.

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So, you know, 25 years if I do problems and maths just look confused, and we'll try to look at it again and show.

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I want to give some advice in this scope, my dear ones, may Allah bless you. They say a young kid was playing with a ball.

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And he's kicking the ball and the ball went inside a cave. And he went inside the cave and you know, big roomy thing and is looking for the bowl. And he heard a noise from that side, you know, from in the cave.

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Little young kid, young guy, you know, so it goes, who is it? Any heard? Who is it? Who is it? So he goes, Oh, stop joking, because Oh, stop joking. Oh, stop joking. So he got more annoyed. And then he starts saying abusive stuff, you know, you knew that and I'll do this and he's getting agitated and anxious and frustrated and annoyed and eventually took his ball and the thing they're still talking, you know, comes home

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of autobahn SFL you know, angry annoyed the mom looks at him you know, wisewoman sweetheart, what happened? There was something in the cave, whatever I said it copied, you know, I said who was in it goes Who was it? And then I go so the mom realized that this is an echo, you know, you say and it's just echoing so the man gave a very beautiful advice which is what I want to share with you.

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The mom said had you said good things you would have heard good things

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can I say that again?

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Had you said good things you would have heard good things whatever you project that's what comes back.

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And Arabic is a beautiful answers come back to the no to them. Whatever you so that is what you will reap.

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If you are someone that projects positivity, confidence, happiness, positivity, confidence, happiness, joy comes back. If you are a

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I think kids will understand this. Well if you're a demento

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you know from the Harry Potter things that in that sucks away all positive energy.

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a Debbie Downer a party pooper. You know, that type of person.

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Doesn't matter where I put you. You suck the life out of it. I'll put you in a happy house the house becomes * I put you in a happy class. The class turns out * I put you in a happy school. The school turns out *, it's you.

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So project goodness.

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And that comes from a place of confidence.

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You know, if you're insecure, unconfident.

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Then every situation you are reading it with * lenses. You know, it's in red, ugly land. Every situation looks like a horror movie to you.

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You know, a kid talks. A kid smiled. I had a case a child smiled at a teacher and he goes

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he's showing me attitude, sweetheart. What did he do? He smiled.

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It's not It's not

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the lens is that you know what you're projecting is wrong.

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So that's the first one project goodness project confidence in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in the most difficult tough situations. And like, for example, one that was very difficult. The whole of Arabia was standing over the trench waiting to come and annihilate them. Everyone's panicking everyone's nervous, and Muslims are trying to dig a trench. So in the middle of a trench trench is a hard thing to dig in itself. If you don't believe me go dig a swimming pool in the backyard.

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So trench is a problem but now in the middle of the stretch of Boulder comes another problem big you know big rock how you want to move that.

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So you would expect people to give up Christ sit in the corner, you know, do that. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can smack that and alight

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shattered like that through it. And he says, Allahu Akbar, the palaces of Rome.

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Do you see the positivity, like you're on the verge of annihilation, as armies that to destroy you, you are hardly able to protect the city and you are given the vision, we will conquer the palaces of Rome.

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Like, do you understand, it's what you project. So, my dear brothers and sisters, you know, at the family level,

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at the house level, at a job level at a relation because unfortunately, we live in a time where relationship skills are not taught in school in the past, you know, in the time where there was no schools, these things were very big you were taught as a child how to behave to uncle, an auntie and husband and wife and what is acceptable and what is not, and parents prepared you from a young age. And by the time you ended up at the stage of responsibility, you are ready, you are trained, you are rehearsed, you are conditioned. But now, most of your time is spent trying to become literate and numerate. And then you end up in a marriage relationship and or, you know, relationship, we have to

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manage families and this and that, and

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it's a nightmare.

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It's a nightmare. So the first one,

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please. The world responds only to the why what you project the few projects, trust me go do this tomorrow on the street, just smile at people, they'll have to smile, what's he gonna do frown at you when the smile, of course is no, he has to smile. And these days, like if I, if I were, if I were this outside, I deliberately go out of my way and smile and talk to people, you know, cuz I don't want them to associate an angry person with this, because that's already associated with these things, you know.

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So I was in Melbourne, just a weekend, a weekend ago. And I was in the elevator and I have my full,

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you know, this on in the bishton. And I got in from the ground level next level, a group of people jumped in, you know, came in and when they saw me, I saw the eyes, you know, I

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like, What's this doing? and higher, you know, so.

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So I told them, I said, is it is a shocking? And I laughed, I said, is it shocking? They go No. And then we had a little happy chat. And by the time I got off, everyone was smiling and laughing Alhamdulillah I said to myself, that I've lived a positive memory with regards to something that they might have been worried or anxious about. So I have realized that I have to get out of my comfort zone and deliberately try to project happiness and joy and confidence. And that's what what I get an event that I don't because they are insecure people in the world.

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You know, there are those who who will be very worried and nervous. I don't take that as my problem. Like I said, Hollis the poor person's having a shortcoming. My goal is to help them over it and when I move on, my Allah bless one in all y'all.

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That's the first one second one.

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Second one.

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Listen carefully. This is this is a semi African proverb, a proverb. So if you can open a knot with your hand, don't use your teeth on it.

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Don't I met a brother who's visiting us from from Africa. And I asked him about another brother said, How is he? He goes, he kills flies with machine guns.

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That's not literal, you know? It means for a little problem. He takes out the big machines, you know, like as a little problem he could solve in a discussion he gets angry and fights and Chuck's tantrums and this and that. So we don't use that one because that that's that's, you know, we say if you if you can open a knot with your hand, don't use your teeth.

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So a lot of times you realize the problem is nice and simple. You don't need to make it big and dramatized and sensationalizing demonize and all of that harmless justice is nice and simple. Just

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Yeah, just reduce it, don't increase it inshallah Allah May Allah bless one another.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had this young family with her danger of the Allahu Allah. And he himself stopped traveling. But he wouldn't go to recollect ashita it was safe. He used to send people on behalf of his family, to go and do the business. And then

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and in society. Remember when Khadija proposed part of what she said was, you always keep the middle path? You know, because it's a tribal culture. So you've got this tribe and this tribe arguing and it's easy to take sides and get involved, but he was always the peacemaker.

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And as the biblical statement goes, Blessed are the peacemakers you know

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people to be and now in his marriage him and his wife, you know, intelligent, wise, accomplished businesswoman. They navigate through the challenges of the tribes and the community with that wisdom of trying to be solution finders and big people recognize this.

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So around the age where he sallallahu alayhi wasallam 25 is married. He lives now he is 35

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how old 35 life is good Alhamdulillah he's got his house, he's got his wife. He's got his kids in society, he is adored. They call him Assad. They're called amin and Alhamdulillah. Allah kids love him, you know, he usually carries dates in his pockets gives it to the kids that come to to greet and I talked to you even about his slave yesterday, you know, last time we met, they didn't have that, you know, even someone that is given to him as a bonds person loves him to the level that doesn't want to leave him. So he enjoyed a great standing amidst the community. And now at the age of 35, something big happened then maccha.

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The center of Makkah is the Kaaba. And so panelized seems to be geographically centered as well. So the Kaaba

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is a building and buildings go through, you know deterioration, and the Kaaba was going through deterioration. And certain things accelerated the deterioration one of those walls, they say some lady decided she's going to cook near the Kaaba

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and understand it's not gas ovens and you know, it's wood fire and this is a desert so everything is very dry, you know, little spark and it will catch fire. So a spark fell on the sitar of the Kaaba on the

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on the on the on the curtains of the cabin on you know the so covered with cross today's time it used to get covered at burnt and damaged the building and especially the you know what wood there was until they tried to turn it off it kind of deteriorated a little bit then To make matters worse or alternative story like it could have been the fire or could have been the flood a flood cam because because the curve is between the mountains so all of the water's coming coming this way. So when it came a flood came and they say the flood used to come once every 10 years at Camp it kind of deteriorated further to the level where it was unsafe to use a modern termeer it was unsafe. So they

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realize that listen we need to

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we need to repair this the problem that the houses and Mecca what mud houses like they were good at getting mud and you know plastering, making making walls. The car by itself was stone built

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like that stones on top of each other

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and they didn't have a stone mason like it wasn't part of the skill base of Mecca

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but they knew this repair had to be made and on top of that because understand the car was relatively big so it needs

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beams for the roof

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and they and where you're going to get wood from unico around around markers just rock and you you need a good trees and then good cotton then to get kind of you know the

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the blocks for that. So, it so happened that around that time a stone my son came into

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Makkah so that the community thought you know realize that this is this is a good opportunity and then coincidence suparna levy via the hill Makati that by the coast, a merchant ship had been stranded ashore unit was bashed and belted by the weather and the wives have checked it on the show. And some of the scholars of Sierra say is that Caesar the Emperor had sent

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you know wood beams and marble and you know stones for a cathedral to be

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done in in in Yemen but before reaching there the ship got you know damaged and Atlanta showed couldn't go anywhere just push the show so that can carry all this white so they decided to take her off and who wants to buy a decoration they came that will buy the wood and some of the stones

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so you know a lot of blazer prepays and amidst them was was the carpenter as well because they have no carpentry skills. So a lot of blazer prepared everything for them. You know, for the for the repair.

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They collected money to go by and they were very particular of the monies they said we do not want money off of fascia. You know, because if it's if money is got through gambling, adultery Riba they were very specific. We don't want that type of money. But give us your purest money because this is the house of God. So people contributed and they went and purchased the stuff bought it. And now they're ready to start building.

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What's the problem?

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come later. The problem is the car is not is not fallen down yet the car still Aqaba. And every Arab child since birth, it's indoctrinated in grain driven into their heads the majesty of this house. This is the house of Allah.

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So now they have to come and break the house of a lot to build a new one.

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And no one dares come near it.

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And you know, Why else? Cause 30 years that way, the elephant got destroyed, you know, when he tried to damage this house. So what do you want the birds to come again. So no one wants to come forward.

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And so Hi, Lola, for a few days, there's a snake that comes out and sun bites around there. And no one wants to you know, because that's a bad omen, there's a snake there as well, because it means the Lord doesn't want you to come.

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So a lot of blessa center bird, an eagle or a hawk and the eagle cam took the snake and went away with the so they took this as a good omen that the Lord is happy and he's moved the calamity, this is a sign that we can proceed. But even now they're still hesitant.

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So they they're looking, everyone's looking, no one no one's gonna go do it. So eventually, I'll do a lead gen movie era. This is the father off holiday vanilla lead. got up and he said, Listen, I will go and try. If I am smitten, if something hits me heartless understand that this is a no go area. But if I am not, then join me.

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So he can do you know, did his walk near and around the Kaaba crying out you're up. We don't want to harm we don't want to damage we want to build we mean well, the women will. And he started carefully knocking down a brick.

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And two, and everyone's waiting, you know, they they're waiting, like when is it coming? You know what will happen so hard when either Bill mahira didn't die. So they go listen, let's just play the safe. Let's wait till tomorrow. If he's still alive at fudger, then we will help him otherwise, you know, it might be a light night attack, you know. So they waited next morning.

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Unbelievable movie era came back with his big accent. He will and then the mccanns join.

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And they took the building down

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all the time, say in the Arab we don't want to harm and we don't you know. So they took it down towards foundations.

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Until they say they reach the green foundation. There's like green stones under there somewhere.

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And when it rains then they try to strike against a shadow went through the city they realized that this is it we're not supposed to go

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further than this.

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Then they started to build and how they built was they designated because there's four walls around the cabinet they designated one wall to eat one of the major tribes you know each tribe has sub tribes, but one major tribe they're all from the chorus but you know each one took a side and they built

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the house up.

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So now, we reach the stage of the you know the building has reached the level where now they want to put

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the hydrochloric acid back in its place.

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And the hydrolysis what

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is in the corner between two worlds. So at the very first will this stripe put it or this stripe put it in at the very least.

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So the tribe of masoom can

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that it's ours and they're there are a huge majestic tribe at this ours and we will put it in its place

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and the tribe of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam of the monastics

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said, you know, we are the direct descendants and we are the ones that found them and you know, they have the honors and accolades. So their environment got very tense. And in tribal culture, you know, it's a tough culture you support you support your own

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doesn't matter what the consequences is.

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So what happened is that the tribe of Muslim went quickly

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and they got a pot of blood

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probably camel blood voted further down, and they dip their hands into it swearing that we will fight to the last drop of our bloods but we will secure the honor

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of being the people that put the stone back because for generations people will talk and and something to note about Arab mentality they were very honor driven

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like prestige and honor meant a lot to them money and stuff didn't that much but you know, honor to be respected, adored, held in high esteem kept on a pedestal priced very important. So for those of you married to Arabs, you know, this is

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Praise, praise day and night, everything will be fine inshallah.

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So what happened,

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and it's not a bad thing, because what that does is it brings out excellence, it takes away being driven by material and money and, you know, the silliness that the world has come into, a person has no value, nor character nor conduct nor, but he's got money. And that's it. Everyone. Everyone thinks he's Wow, but he's not he's nothing. He's just got money.

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And another person, you know, he is good. He is righteous he is, you know, he's got all the qualities of goodness, but he's poor. Does that take from him? Of course, no, our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam died, and he had very little wealth, but the greatest human that ever lived. So again, we need to change the paradigm to look for goodness of conduct, as opposed to bank balances. So

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when masoom did this, the other tribes went and got pots of blood, and they did the same. Now, even the other two worlds joint as well, that now like, we're all equal in this, you know, if you want to fight, we'll all fight.

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And the tension lasted and some say a few days, and some say five days.

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And can you imagine the talks in the houses like the wives are talking and, or who do they and they were not the type you know, sweetheart, don't worry about it. It's just a stone. It wasn't that this is tribal culture, the tribal culture is don't take a step back, go till the end. You know, you're, you're born to die for that type of culture. So

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it's very tense. So eventually, one of the elders one of the wise * with age comes wisdom.

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came to the gathering. And he said, Listen, if we go to war, what will be left in Mecca?

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Like We're all family, we're all cousins, all intermarried, all interrelated. Who do we look at? Like as we walk out?

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And we've killed the cousin of this and the uncle of the flock? Where do we look at?

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So they all agreed that it's not the best to go to war. So what to do? So he said, Listen, let's take a judge between us an arbitrator hackerman bayonet, and we will. So who cares? You know, everyone is linked to a tribe. So they say listen, let's just do a random one, the next one that walks in through the gates of the masjid

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because they had reached tension wise to that level that listen, let's just choose a person to decide although there is the likelihood that diff from whatever tribe you are, you will decide in the favor of that one.

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So, a lot of blazer chose that the person to walk in at this stage is the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And remember his lifestyle, Khadija de la Han has said you always kept the middle path. And now he walks in and automatically the whole society accepts we are happy with Satya called me and we are happy with Satya polemics. Because he is a solution seeker, you know, Peacemaker, one that comes with with wise solutions. And my a lot of boys that make me knew that type of people who instead of putting fire fuel onto the fire and dramatizing and sensationalizing and blowing things way out of proportion, we can kind of look for solutions and and reach some highs.

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So he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came,

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and he asked what the quarrel was, and they said, this is this is this

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situation so he goes, Okay, get me across.

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So they brought and look at the hikma of, of, of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam he got a cloth.

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And they said, spread it out, they spread it out. And he got the stone and put it on the cloth.

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And he goes, now each tribe called aside.

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So that held aside, they lifted it together until it reached

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the place and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam pushed it with his hands in its in its place, and war was averted. Everyone was happy, honor was shared

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by and happened, if you like, and the problem was resolved.

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And this is the Hikmah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. More importantly, in the symbolic,

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if you remember, remember the symbols, symbols are very important. And people that have the sight can see. So remember the first symbol that when idol worship started, Zamzam disappeared.

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And Zamzam has recently been found again by the father by the grandfather of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam,

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signifying that the change

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is God coming towards tawheed and preparation for them.

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Because dum dum is associated with the heat, it was given as a gift to Ibrahim and his smile, more heads disappeared when shitcan stuff started to come. And now at the time of Abdulmutallab it came out again, you know, voted back out to them. And now the Kaaba has been destroyed as like, you know, the cab associated with all of that has been done away with a new car has been rebuilt, to show a renewal coming, you know, as a symbol, the paganism of the old will go and and who will be at the forefront and the cornerstone of this he put it there himself.

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You know, the cornerstone of this will be this person, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and at this age he is

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35 years old. At this stage he is from the law he was 35 years old. In sha Allah, Allah, if Allah gives time and respect, actually I just want to mention a couple of words about our mother her digital the law on him.

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So things that are mentioned about India howdy so certain things are history in the Howdy. Howdy. They say the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says jabril cam and he said Heidi just about to enter upon you and she's carrying a platter of food.

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occur at her salon. Tell her salon when she comes in say salaam aleikum to her from who murabaha from her load. And then jabril says one min Li and say Salaam to her from me too.

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And then says what best should have be baiting Phil Jana Min casaba and give her the glad tidings of a palace in Jana made from asaba Casa is a single pole

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like one pole

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a dwelling of Jana not not your little four bedrooms, you know doing this dwellingup Jana Minh casaba

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and in that jabril says, There is no law, I think the Sahaba fee fee Well no, there is no there is no defect, no problem, no.

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No stress, no worry in that place, because she bought all the stresses of prophethood here. So Allah has promised there's nothing for you on the other side of stresses you and this can you imagine the status of a lady to have reached a place where

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not a teacher and not a minister not a prime minister and not a king? Not a prophet but outlaw sends gibreel that goes say Sam to her.

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Like status? How does anyone compared to them? And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in a hadith be centered in Swahili says

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Africa Luna Nisa, Lil jannetty Khadija Tobin to hoilett the most

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the best of the of the women of Jana is Khadija

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what Fatima and and who's Fatima?

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Her daughter, because, and this is part of excellence, that not only was she amazing

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She brought up someone as you know, as good luck she's still one of the greatest of Jenna, like even her daughter

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will fall tema to been to Mohammed, co2 in Morocco to Sierra Leone and asiyah

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the wife of the federal and for those of you who don't know this lady

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Subhan Allah she was the wife of the most corrupt individual in human history. A person that declared an Arab Boko Malala I am your Lord most high and a tyrant you know who used to punish and torture and put people in burning fuel and and she she knew all that yet still she believed in her load. She knew the upcoming the punishment coming torture coming. So then they say the frown had had tied

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you know, for stretched out with a boulder on her chest and some scholars say and the hostess will order to drive away

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and they she cries out Robbie Neely and Decker batim Phil Jen Oh Lord make for me a house by yourself in genda when a genie moves around our family when a genie melco milk while me and save me from the Pharaoh and his deeds and save me from the oppressive oppressive people so they say although the boulder was on her and they used to beat her she's just a smiling shoot you know a lot protected from from the difficulties but but fight like that.

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So this is a sia, the wife of the pharaoh one Muslim, if not to Imran and Maria, the daughter of Emraan who is

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the mother of a Sally has sat down and in another Hadith Subhan Allah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says

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kamuli Amina regenda Kafeel many men have reached a level of

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are us this hesitantly enlightenment, you know, but, you know, accomplishment they have reached a level where a lot of goodness has gathered than one person, you know, faith and piety and character and decency and knowledge it has. Rarely does it happen. So for example, all the profits, there was 124,000 of them. They they are they are complete individuals.

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But he says, while I'm jack moon Minh and Nisa Illa but from the women, no one reached this level of accomplishment except for

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Maria Maria binotto marohn. Maria, the daughter of embrun and a lot of blazer with regards to her size, in a law Spa 30 walpa Hauraki was tofurkey Allah Nisa in Ireland mean? Or marry Verily Allah has chosen the in purified the and chosen the above the women of all nations. As such to us, she ranks the highest and this is this is the honor that Mohammed gives to the mother of Isola his solemn, and the Lord gives to a righteous servant. And would the world want to see Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you know,

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a heart like that. And then the second one ESEA in Morocco Quran and the Hadith stops there and then goes and superiority of

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Isha over other women is the same superiority of delicacy over normal food.

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You don't either, say the time so

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under a hadith the Prophet that time is mentioned different people. This doesn't mean that Khadija and Fatima are still not you know, not great. So in other Hadith, the names are mentioned. But I want to show the significance, the rhassoul gifts to people that are not even in his oma because in ESEA and Maria, Maria Allahu Allah, and for my sisters who are who are here tonight.

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If there's a role model you seek, those are good role models to have the good role models to have, you know, people of whom the Lord is pleased, and everyone else has mentioned stays for 15 minutes of fame and then it disappears.

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The ones that a lot of bullies are honored we'll go through time and space. Now with

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Miriam died, you know the time of a Sally Salamis alehissalaam was 606. And a bit years before the profits on the line from that time to this time I was honoring him

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as he

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is at the time of Musa Musa alayhis salam was 1300 years before Jesus

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So Allah you know, we still mentioned her name because when Allah honors Allah honors my Allah honor you for your time and patience I thank you for Fulton Appleton taco Hassan Adam Fermin Allahu interco say yet and for me enough to share done wa salam o Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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