The Life of the Prophet Muhammad – 03 The Birth Of Prophet Muhammad

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Hello Hello man Hello him and Hamza in a little bit I mean are Salatu was Salam Wada MBA he will see you didn't look silly in a while early he was soft he is 19

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bad deal praise you to Allah, the Lord of the worlds made the peace and blessings be upon his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now moving on,

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after explaining the situation what it was like

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in the sixth century,

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according to the Gregorian calendar,

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that the world was pretty much full of darkness and oppression and wasn't really

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going in any beneficial direction.

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Mankind was essentially caving upon itself,

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in that they were following guidance and following ways other than what Allah subhanaw taala gave to them and it is the nature that is the nature of things that if a person doesn't follow the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala if a person doesn't follow the revelation of Allah subhanaw taala, then you find that the people will eventually implode, the societies will break down. And there'll be many problems many illnesses and viruses that occur in that society. And this happened pretty much on a global level.

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Now and Obi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam whom Allah subhanaw taala chose to be called in to be the seal of the prophets. For the loss of penalty Allah chose him from the best of people from the best of tribes, from the best two families. And as we know that Ibrahim alayhis salaam, being able and being the father of the prophets, his two sons, likewise two prophets, his male and his Hawk le hemosol, in that all prophets that came after Ibrahim nslm came through his lineage, for the reason is called the father of the prophets. Now the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came through the lineage of ismar nslm.

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Most of the prophets that all of them came through is Hawk la Selim, the son of of Ibrahim,

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam informed us in a hadith which is in Sahih, Muslim, in that the prophet Elijah said, verily, Indeed, Allah azzawajal chose a smile from the children of Ibrahim

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and Kenan from the children of his smile. And Quraysh from Kiana and the children of Hashem battle Hashem from the Quraysh and chose me from battle Hush.

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Remember Buhari Rahim Allah mentioned the lineage the name of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and he is above

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the cornea of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah Ibn Abdul muttalib new Hisham ibn Abdullah mana no crusade no keylab no more right lowcarb ignore it no Holly but never heard of nomadic epinal nobody in Okinawa ignore quiser who's aima brahmagiri cabanillas Mobile a ponies are a Brahma add, Abner, even add an end. This was the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and as a piano playing famous scholar. He said that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was a linear agent and admin is well known and agreed upon.

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And there was no disagreement whatsoever concerning that, but that what goes beyond that, then then some of the scholars

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have a difference of opinion concerning some of the names but there was a unanimous consensus and agreement that add an end was from the direct lineage of, of Israel. And he said, this was mentioned in the book, the saddle my head.

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So this was whom the Prophet sallallahu is and what tribe he came from better Hashem, and better Hirsch him from the kodesh. So he was from a high lineage.

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And the fact that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had such a high status, not just from who he was, the tribe that he came from, from the people that he came from, and then going back all the way through to the prophets, that Allah subhanaw taala chose, indeed, the best individual.

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So

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as for his

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himself as he sallalahu Edison said, I am as

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Ibrahim Ali Salim made for and likewise Isa at a Salaam supplicated for the reverses that you find in Nepal and were both

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Ibrahim Ali Salaam supplicate to two allies have made

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that allies have been raised amongst the people and be a prophet from amongst their own selves. So if you go through sort of Al Baqarah and verse 129, the derive this application of Ibrahim Allah Benner Weber at fie masuleh min homea to Ali, tickle your ultimo Makita will hikmah will use a key him

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in Nick analyzes will hiking Oh Lord, send amongst them a messenger. This was Ibrahim and I said I'm making dua for those messenger to come for the future.

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Or Rasulullah min him that he would be a messenger from their own selves, yet to do it him tick, that he would recite to them the verses while you are limo. Makita will hikmah and that he would teach them the book and he would teach them wisdom will use a key him that he would purify them, Sanctify them in and Aziz will Hakeem indeed you are the Almighty, to all wise. Likewise aisyah Elisa to set them in sort of soft, sort of soft that he

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informed us gave us the glad tidings of profit

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that will come after him. When Allah subhanaw taala says, What if called and he said well no Maria Maria Burnie is he and when he is the son of Maria Maria Salim said to Benny while in the rasulillah he liked that indeed, I am a messenger to you, most of the Kalima in the ad, that I'm a messenger unto you confirming the total that came before me, the mabini ad a minute till

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I came to confirm the total that was given to more silence. So then previous, one more bashira and also one who's going to give you the glad tidings one mobile Shira Mira, suli team.

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And I'm giving you the glad tidings of a messenger who is to come after me, who, whose name is Ahmed. And as we know, this is one of the names of the viola sallallahu.

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So these were two These are two evidence that you find in a Quran sort of the soften verse number six and the previous version sort of

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where the prophets are into them mentioned the coming and supplication in general of the sending of a messenger to to the people and also cannot

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answer this application if you brought him in, that he sent to the Prophet Mohammed Salah line and send them

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to the people of McCarran to mankind.

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Now,

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the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu Addison is mentioned in no claims isn't the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu is all the way to Adam, was all through marriage, each

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step of the way through the lineage, every person was married. So there was no one who was within that lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam where there was any form of heaven.

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Every single person was involved in a permissible halal marriage. This shows again,

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the purity of lineage of Nebbiolo, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So,

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the parents of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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now,

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Abdullah poet, who was the one of the shut off of maca had 10 sons.

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And one of those sons whose name was Abdullah.

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He was the father of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and Abdullah got married to a woman whose name is Amina bin

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Abdullah Manor, Kyla who's also from a noble noble lineage.

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So

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Abdullah and Amina, they were married, and it is noted commonly that the father of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away

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just before the birth

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of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said

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and they said he was buried close to it when in Medina

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amongst some of his relations from Ben on the job, ban on a job

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that is from his his mother's side because it's from his mother's side that he originally from El Medina.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu and sons father side was one from Mk.

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So it is said that

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Abdullah, who was the father of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, wasallam, used to go on trade, trade journeys for, for business for business purposes. And then on one occasion upon returning from a sham, that he became ill and that he died and

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was buried in Medina.

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So then he was born as a teen, that he was born as an orphan.

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And what we do know is that the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born on a Monday you're listening.

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However, concerning the specific date, there is some differences of opinion concerning this, whether it was the 12th, of

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an award, or whether in fact, was the ninth or the 10th, there's a number of opinions. And we're unable to allow them to categorically say that it was this day and not any other day. We don't have any direct study, explicit proof for that. However, we do know that it was well off and it couldn't be opinions, at least, we're around those dates, maybe between the eighth and the 12th.

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And as we mentioned earlier, that he was he was born during the year of Enfield Iman field, the year of the of the elephant.

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Now, it was common practice at the time, that with the children with the babies, that they would be sent out with

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wet nurses that they would be given some money to look after the small children. So they would be taken out of the main part of the city so that they could grow up outside. And this would be for a number of reasons. This was to protect them from illnesses. I mean, I mean, they should be protected from illnesses because in the main city, you had many people come to visit, muck from all different places with different animals and different things to buy and sell. And this may cause a danger to the youngsters. It's not like it is now for example, that we have medicines, and we have all types of you know, knock elations to protect us from isn't it later, either from his illness, it wasn't

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like that, you know, mortality rate was quite high due to illnesses. So therefore, these to take precautions, and they would at many times send the small babies a trial to the

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outskirts of the, of the of the city or the town that they were in to protect them.

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And there were other reasons as well, that they would

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enjoy, it wasn't just done for a couple of months, you might find it sooner for a number of years, at least once they would regularly visit their parents, the parents would visit them, because we'd have no relationship with them. But this would be their place of residence if you like. So this was also there to to ensure that they learned the language as well. And that they Arabic would be very, very good. Because in the city as well, they heard that they would have people who would come to Makkah who knows Arabic maybe wouldn't be their first language, they may come from, you know, Sham, they may come from Persia speaking other languages. So, they wanted to ensure that they want to

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preserve the the Arabic language.

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And also it was an opportunity for them to to learn different trades, looking after and herding sheep and camels and so on and so forth, which was good for them

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at that young age. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself had a number of witnesses who would look after him and from them as a min Baraka and have Ashiya who was in fact the female slave of his father. So she knew and Wu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the time from he was born.

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And she was there for the alarm her from the time when he actually passed away as well. So if you like

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she is the person who may be new and maybe sell a lot over the longest period of time.

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From the time that he was born, to the time that he is a celebrity, he passed away.

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There were also other nurses that he sold a lot of times and had, like the webvr, who was a human slave Abdullah have also been Xena been to be selama.

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Often, Xena been to have the sediment aerated that on Habiba informed that once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was going to marry my sister, the daughter of Abu Sufyan surprise that she would want him to, you know to take another wife since it

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Run contrary contrary to the nature of women at that time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and you would love that this thing would happen, she said indeed Yes, I am not alone.

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So but the person I would love to most share with me and goodness is my sister and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that is not permissible for me, because it is not allowed for a man to marry two sisters at the same time, and she has invariably we are told, we are told that you want to marry the daughter of Abu Salah, the prophesized son said the daughter of Salah, she said, Yes, the Prophet says, I'm said, had she not been my abeba I, the daughter of my wife, the one that was more metal than men in my household, she would still not be lawful for me. So there are two reasons why it was not lawful for him to marry her. She was the daughter of my brother through breastfeeding. So

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there was issues when you would breastfeed that you cannot

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marry with them because they become like a relation.

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So also Halima, a Sadie Halima been to Harris. Assad, he was also one of the witnesses of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And it would it would be is that these women offering the services of looking after the children would

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look around to find a child to take care of, and most of the children that they had been taken. Now our beloved Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam wasn't necessarily as somebody which was, who was

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for high value, you can say that, because he was an orphan,

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where all other families were their mothers and fathers, they're in payments. That was that was normal, and they wouldn't have any issues in that, but here it is your team, it's not something that people would, you know, be from the first people to look for. So when the visa law to send them was one of the last children, if you like,

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at the particular time, the children would go away,

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wasn't taken. She came along haleema, or the logcat. And he came and found this child, and she took him. Now Holly morodian, her Halima, Radha,

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she came, and she wasn't even herself. In a good situation. She wasn't very well off. And she was with her husband, and also that they, you know, the the, whatever wealth that he did have, like any livestock that they had, was weak,

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and didn't produce much benefit for them. So this was whatever income that they could get. And they took the baby Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And it served as a great source of Baraka for them. Because when they took an abuse of the law on us, and then they found that she was able to feed

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the profit side breastfeeding, and there was, wasn't an any shortage. She also found that the

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livestock that they had, the camel, which was maybe old, wasn't giving as milk as it used to, was now full with milk. And this was something that was strange for them, they could they didn't really have any answers to what was happening, not realizing, of course, who they had taken with them.

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They recognize no doubt that this is a blessing boy, because after that, they found that the goodness and increased by the permission of Allah subhanaw taala the sheets that they had, they returned with the with milk, and so many benefits with them.

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So these were

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some of these witnesses of the Prophet sallallahu

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now there's an important story that occurred when the Prophet sallallahu anyway will send them

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was very small.

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And the story is narrated by Abuja, either in his book and much more as a wide Miss also mentioned in many Sierra books, that the Prophet sallallahu adiwear send them

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one very, very young that he would go and he would play with the children at this very small age.

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And they stated that an obese I sent them when he grew up, he grew up different from the way that other children that they grew up. He is narrated that he grew in a single day the normal growth of an entire year of another child.

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And when he was around two years old,

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that he they took him back to Macau. And they, they said by Allah as long as we are able to keep him We will never apart from him. Halima decided they wanted to keep him for as long as they possibly could. Because by Allah we have never seen a boy who's more blessed than he and we fear upon him, you know, the plagues and the difficulties and the diseases that may occur in MCC. So, they implode and they asked if they can

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Keep Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with themselves. So they were given the given permission to take an obese or send them back to them with them outside, on the outskirts of outside of Macau.

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So

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it narrates that they took him back. And they stayed with us for another three or four months, while his brother and sister are you through, through suckling, through breastfeeding, that they were playing behind the houses, amongst some of the the livestock. And then suddenly his brother, when I say his brother, the brother, the brother, the professor, sell them through breastfeeding, that's the point here, came back, rushing to the house saying that two men wearing white garments came to him, took him made him lie down, and that they opened up his stomach or his chest. So then they went there. And then when we reached him, we found him to be standing up. And the color of his face that

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completely changed.

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When we when he saw us, he reached towards us trying both Halima and her husband that they embraced him and held him very closely and said, what has happened, what, what happened. And he said, two men came to me, and they made me lie down and they opened my my stomach, and put something in it, and returned it, as it was before.

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The father of harryman said, By Allah, I'm sure that this boy has become afflicted with some illness or some ailment, let us return him, to his family that is returned to the family and give him back before something we fear may happen to him is not normal, that small child will say something like this, I've been opened up, something's been taken out and returned to me. This is very strange, and we fear something may happen in the future. So they wanted to return him. So we took him back to his mother. And upon seeing us, they reproached us for what we were doing, and what they said, Why have you brought him back before the time that we have agreed with you?

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And they said, they didn't really want to say anything, they said nothing is the matter is decreed that we have come to the end of the time with him and we return him to you.

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So they did not

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the mother didn't want to the mother of Russia losses and didn't want to just allow them just to, you know, just return him now without any just or fair reason what happened.

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So she said then, by Allah,

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after the story was told to her, she said, is not possible to happen. No, this is not something there's no affliction, or madness has come to me to my son. Indeed, my son has a great purpose ahead of him.

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And she said that by a lot, I never carried a load being pregnant, that was lighter and easier upon me than he was. So she described the pregnancy of the Prophet sallallahu I said something very easy for her.

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So

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she herself, had an inclination that this wasn't something normal. And in fact, we have another Hadith, which is narrated by NSF nomadic are the Allahu anhu. That said that while the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was playing with some of the boys jabril and he Selim came to him, and put him on the ground, and spit open him and revealing his heart

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jabril Elisa Lam removed a blood clot from it, and said, this is the portion of a shape on and you then the heart was washed with Zamzam water in a basin, made of that made of gold. He then joined his heart together, returned it into its place, and then the children upon seeing some of the things that happened rushed to the the mothers.

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And they said, verily, Mohammed has been killed. Then they went to him, and then ending part of the story, as I mentioned to you,

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then continued that they saw him they saw his face, face color changed. And

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then they eventually returned, returned him, and I said, No Malik, and all the alarm said, I used to see the marks of the stitching, that one is just, I saw these marks on the line. And as he said that, so we know that it happened. It's not a fairy tale. It's not something that, you know, we believe that 100% that this is what happened. And you say, Well, how can that happen? If Allah subhanaw taala

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decreed that matter control that matter to happen by laws permission, of course, it can happen without any without any doubt.

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So, the Prophet sallallahu, a son was returned to his mother

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and remained with her until he was about six years old.

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And

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Like her husband before that, that she died, actually she passed away on a journey.

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She had traveled to see some of her relatives from a nutjob tribe.

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And the purpose of her visit was to show them the Prophet Mohammed and essentialin. Bear in mind.

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We are mentioning the prophets of Allah, from the very young age yet he is not a prophet at the moment. We know that the Buddha, he was chosen as the prophet and he says to them, at the age of 14, up until that he's not a me and maybe or prophet, let that be known. Okay.

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So the

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mother of Rasulullah sallallahu, and send them that she passed away when he was at the age of six.

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So the Prophet Ellison never knew his father grew up without a father

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and was under the custody of his mother and stayed with her for

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six years until she then she passed away. And she passed away in a place called aboa, which is an area between Makkah and Medina and she's married, she was married.

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Then after that, from the age of six, he was given

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given to his grandfather, Abdulmutallab.

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So it's quite an emotional and stressful time, lots of change to such a young person.

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And when you look at the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it's important for us to not just you know, to see a historical kind of

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point by point kind of chronological view of what happened of events, but rather a times fast just ponder over how Allah penalty Ella was preparing an individual okay. And if you see the stories of the other prophets, Elisa Elisa them in any depth, in any great detail, you will see how Allah subhanaw taala prepared them prepared them for for great mission for a great and

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a treacherous at times journey through their lives, difficulties and trials and tribulations. So the Prophet Alyssa saddam had at such a young age gone through and missed out on you know, having a father figure with a father

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and then at the age of six Luke is losing his mother this would emotionally affected him.

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So, he was then given custody, custody rather it was given to his grandfather, Abdulmalik

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now,

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I've done a polyp loved and abuse all along. Remember, Abdullah Matata was the father.

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By default, his grandfather is the father of his father Abdullah but just so you remember the sequence and and the who's who. So Abdullah was one of the 10 sons of abdomen palate.

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So, abdominal polyp used to love

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the Prophet salallahu animus and at times, he said even preferred him, the grandson even sometimes over his own sons. So

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had this strong and close relationship with his grandfather.

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Now, Abdullah polyboard at times send the Prophet Mohammed Salim on little jobs, you know,

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on on Aaron's delivering messages and would teach them and give them responsibility because he saw that in him

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at times, he would send him out sometimes so panel at the age between six, seven and eight. He stayed with Abdullah masala for two years, which we're going to explain now. So he saw that he had

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great responsibility quite mature for his age. So he would give him these responsibilities. This again shows us what that there were things in the Prophet Mohammed Salah send them, which maybe other children didn't have at that time of maturity and being the given the ability to, to take responsibility and carry out

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duties that were given to him. You know, maybe now if you like children are six or seven and eight. You wouldn't even dream of doing such things. But and the reason I said them, as we mentioned, would are we did you know, grow up and was very mature from a very young age.

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Now,

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after two years of his guardianship,

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Abdulmutallab

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that he died

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and then it was ordered that another son of Abdulmutallab who was a pilot

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should take the responsibility of a Navy SEAL allies.

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So but a by the age of eight

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Physically lost to beloved people to him, his own mother and his grandfather, his father, he never knew,

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like his father he never knew. So just as you know, the child is getting their mind getting attached to somebody. Because the first you know, a couple of years of the child, you know, they kind of maybe take anyone. And but then when they start to build their emotions and start to build their feelings, you know, four, five and six, that's when he lost his mother.

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And then it was given responsibility to Abdulmutallab, again, the age, you start to build a relationship with somebody, and then that person dies. And then he's given by he goes to his uncle, of the pilot.

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Now, he would spend the majority, of course, if he becomes an adult, he doesn't need a guardian. But his time spent with our boy live in terms of a father figure, if you like is his, this is the longest relationship he will have with a father figure in his life. And we'll find it

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if you like, and this

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from the age of eight, all the way up until he is chosen as a prophet. So that's another 32 years. And then when he was chosen about 10 years, so you look at about 42 years 42 is a very close relationship with his, with his uncle. And when we get to that particular part of the CLR, you'll then appreciate and understand the difficulty that the Prophet Ellison went through when that his uncle, who had done so much for him, passed away.

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So unless the penalty decree that the messenger hammer Elisa then would be raised as a teen, as an orphan,

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so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam didn't have two parents who would spoil him with riches and make everything soft and easy for his upbringing. He went through some difficulties and faced many calamities that, if any, one of us would face that, once in our lives at that age would be an emotional

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difficulty enough, but the fact that he's so so then went through from the age of six and in the age of eight can be passed on to another person to another person shows the great hardship that he went through. So whenever he sallallahu, Anniston would meet people come across people who had lost members of their families, members of their family, that he would, what he would be able to understand their feelings, he would be able to have a connection with those people. So whenever they people approached him and spoke about the loss of family members. He unless I'm speaking from experience, and he was speaking from not an experience in that, you know, a family member may pass

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away from the closest to people, the closest of people that he had built a relationship with have had passed away from a very young age. So again, you go back to how Allah subhanaw taala prepared

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in dealing with people in the future

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when he was going to meet all different types of people in all different types of situations, with all different types of questions and on and difficulties that they were going through here, let's assume had experienced many of those things. So he was able to connect with them. And of course, there was the tofield from Allah subhanaw taala.

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So, the fact that he had this,

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no father around, he himself had to be, you know, bring about some independence in his life as well.

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And not to necessarily do you know, rely on other people, but you have to do things yourself. And this is a good time to be as well this is a good upbringing that you can have, that not always you're going to rely on other people to do things that after loss of penalty either that you will do things yourselves if you can do it yourself, then you do it. Even if it is something very very small.

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Okay, let's say you know,

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you know, your home on and there's something you know, on the sofa, and it's just, you should do it yourself. Okay? Do it yourself, even though you know you've got children or you're somebody that do things yourself, have that habit in yourself. And this brings about

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good traits within you that if you are needed, have, you know, your test comes to you. And you really need to after our last panel Tyler, and that's the most important thing is that you will rely on us about strengthening you and that you are able to do things yourself.

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My time up.

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Okay, well it's timely ending anyway because I think we're going to pay now be the netscaler. So, yes, so we'll stop here in Charlotte Taylor. And then we'll start to talk about the stage where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is now at the age of 10 or eight rather and upwards and how

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how he would live with other pilot

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days. Salaam Salaam Alaikum Mohammed while led or softly himself