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The history and importance of Islam have been discussed, including its significance as a source of pride and pride for Muslims, the depiction of the Prophet's image as a liar, and the importance of showing appreciation for people who have done well and leave their names. The segment also touches on the loss of family support and the misunderstood actions of the Prophet Ali.

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Now Hello Billa Alameen wa sallahu wa Salam o Baraka ala Nabina Muhammad in while early he was off a big Marine. My dear brothers and sisters are Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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there's a very beautiful Hadith Narrated by Abu Hurayrah Radi Allahu Anhu.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said much Tama O moon fee bait him in the Utila that there was no people who gather in one of the houses of Allah subhanaw taala. Yet Luna Kitab Allah with a daughter sooner who by No, and that they study and mentioned the verses of Allah Subhan Allah to Allah Allah, except NESARA tre hemos Sakina except the tranquillity will descend upon them, will rush yet homearama and that the Mercy will encompass them the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala will refer to Mala Mala ICA and that the angels will cover them with wings with the Quran Mala Jota Allah fie Minh and that Allah subhanaw taala will mention those people

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whom here. So we ask Allah, Allah Allah to make us from those people who receive these four blessings from Allah subhanaw taala. Allah Hammami.

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So the series that's been continuing for the past few weeks, why

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it's quite an interesting one from a different number of different perspectives. Because essentially, when you see the title of each talk, it's almost deficient. A poses another question, it's a question that poses another question. So why Islam?

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Why Islam? What? Why are you who are one who is your audience and who you're talking to? So really, the question is, depending on whom you're addressing, and the listener, that they may understand it differently. So why Islam is the truth,

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or why Islam should be followed? Or maybe from a non Muslim perspective, why should I? Why should I follow Islam? Similarly, our today's talk, why Muhammad Ali said to Salam, why Muhammad what?

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Why is he SallAllahu Sallam a prophet?

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Or why should I? Why should I read about why should I follow Muhammad Ali Sato Salam. So really the content of this particular gathering here today and how it is understood really goes back to the listener, the one who is listening to this talk, and how they will interpret or how they will want to benefit from the talk. From a Muslim perspective, no doubt Inshallah, to Allah. The goal is for us to

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increase Eman to know about our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for us to recognize why Muhammad Ali Salam was the greatest man that ever lived on earth.

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For a non Muslim perspective, they happen to listen to a talk like this Why Muhammad Ali said to Salam then

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I've heard a lot about Muhammad Allah Azza wa sallam, why should I read about him? Why should I even become one of His followers?

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Similarly, the same principle can be used for the other talks or from the from the other weeks.

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From from our perspective, why Muhammad Ali, South Sudan, we can add to Why indeed, he was the messenger of Allah. Wa he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was chosen by Allah subhanaw taala to develop, deliver the final revelation to mankind. There are many things that we can add.

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But going through this was really

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a journey through the Sierra through the life of the prophet Muhammad, Allah said, I'm picking up on important topics, events, which really

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many of the incidents

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deserve their own lecture deserve their own time.

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Now, as Muslims, we do not need to give credence to give status to our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because Allah Jalla wa Ala already gave him that, that he is Muhammad Rasool Allah, that he is Muhammad, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And what he erased out to Salem, contributed to humanity is beyond the scope of this lecture of this time that we have together. 3035 minutes 40 minutes to really go into detail with our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left behind, change the course.

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Yes, change the course of humanity, to go into great detail and to think about it

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It is beyond the scope of this setting that we have here together.

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Nonetheless, a simple examination and going through the life of the prophet Muhammad Allah Azza wa sallam, you will very soon find that this is no doubt, not an ordinary individual.

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If you start from the very beginning of his birth, up until he became was chosen by Allah's pantalla, to be a messenger, or prophet, and then the 23 years or so that he was a prophet and messenger, he was a most outstanding individual.

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That's easy for me, and easy for a Muslim to say such statements. But like anything, a person's life can only be looked at, by what they put forth.

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Similarly, our lives, when we live whatever duration that Allah subhanaw taala gives to us, that is the footprint or that is the fingerprint that we left on this earth.

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Once we are gone, that is what we leave behind.

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It can be looked at, if you want to praise an individual or say something good about a person, it would go even further.

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It would go even further, that if his enemies at the time, spoke good about him.

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Those who believed in Him those who followed him and spoke well of him, one could argue, one could argue to say that, well, of course, they're going to say that because they believed in Him and they are from his followers. But what about those people who disbelieved in Him, those people who rejected Him, those people who fought against him on the battlefield, Drew swords, willing to shed blood

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to rid themselves of this individual. If those people were to speak well of him, or if non Muslims were to speak well, of the Prophet Muhammad Ali, so to serve them surely, one has to take heed of that the surely that has some weight, that has some value. And especially in the modern day now, in times now where the prophet Muhammad Elisa to Salam is spoken about by so many different people

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from different backgrounds, some speaking well against the regarding the BRS of Saddam, some speaking very badly about the Prophet alayhi salam, a lot of them have their own agendas. All of them have their own biases, because it supports where they want to come from. Maybe they want to quote a few incidents from the Sierra of the Prophet Allah said Saddam and said, did your messenger did he do this? Or did he do that?

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Doesn't want to give any context to that.

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Now for us as Muslims talking about our new besides, Allah has nothing for us to hide.

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Nothing at all that we have any feeling in our hearts or minds that you know, don't really tell people about that.

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He is the most documented individual, the most written,

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written about person, probably in human history.

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We have books of Hadith,

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Bukhari Muslim, the books of Sunon, the most not all of these books writing about a narrating the statements of every word that he said,

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an autobiography maybe of personalities in the 20th century, maybe you could write 450 pages about their lifespan.

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But here we have 1000s and 1000s and 1000s, of narrations. Talking about how he spoke, how he walked, how he ate, how he dealt with individuals, to the finest detail, nothing is hidden.

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So talking about the Prophet alayhi salam is not something we cannot even attempt to hide.

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Nor would we want to anyway as believers.

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the Prophet Muhammad Allah so to Salem, if I mentioned an incident, because I mentioned if an enemy somebody who's against you, speaks well of you. Surely there has some some standing I want to mention a couple of those and shout out to either

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Abu Sufian, who later on embraced Islam.

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He was a very well known individual, a nobleman in Makkah. He was a polytheist at the time, and he was a well known businessman, and he was in a sham. Now at that time, and this incident is mentioned in Al Bukhari,

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right at the beginning of the first couple of Hadith al Bukhari

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that Huracan, who was the emperor of the Roman Empire?

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He was there and he had heard about the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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He said Is there anybody from amongst yourselves who knows this individual, any from his relatives?

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No one said anything except then Abu Sufyan who was from Makkah from the Quraysh from his tribe. He said, I'm from his people,

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hierarchal had a number of questions.

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And he said,

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Hey, Luca is asking questions to Abu Sufyan.

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The first question I have is, what is his status amongst yourselves? What is his family status? And he replied that he is from a noble family, a well good, upright, good standing family within our society.

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Has anybody amongst his ancestors claimed to be a prophet?

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And he wrote, he replied, No. He said, Was any of his ancestors, a king or a leader in this manner? He said, No.

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Do the nobles, the rich, or the poor, they follow him? And he replied, majority of the poor people follow him,

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and they are increasing.

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Does anybody amongst those who embrace his religion, then become displeased and then renounce the religion?

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He replied, No.

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If you look carefully at these answers, they're very precise questions.

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Why did he ask Is there any profit from his ancestors or any kings, meaning that he doesn't want to reclaim status, some high position within his society, but I'm the rightful King of the land. My ancestors, Once Upon a Time ruled the land. It's not something he's claiming, nor is he offering riches of the world. Why? Because there's the majority of the poor people who are following him. And the popular people are increasing. Does anybody returned to disbelief after? No? Why? Because they are pleased with the message that they are accepting.

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Have you ever claimed, have you ever claimed that he was a liar? Before? There's another question?

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Before he became a prophet? Was he known as a liar? And he said, No.

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Does he break his promises?

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Even though it was Sofia and he wanted to say something negative towards the Prophet Muhammad Ali, so to say them, but he had no choice but to say the truth in that the he may be called a liar.

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The what he's saying is false.

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Even though he had full opportunity to say something negative against the Prophet Muhammad Ali said Salam, but he could not. In fact, his own society no knew him as a saw that will mean the truthful one, the trustworthy one, even when Subhanallah when Prophet RSM was known as a prophet and messenger belongings were left with him as a trust to look after

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non Muslims would leave their belongings in his trust that he would look after them. And that before the Prophet alayhi salatu salam made the Hydra from Mecca to Medina that he commanded hollyburn arbitraged what are the Allah want to return the belongings to the rightful owners.

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This is the status that the Prophet Muhammad Ali said to Salam had within his own community.

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The conversation continues and it is a long Hadith and maybe you can refer back to it in sha Allah Tada. Now, if we move on throughout the ages, Muslims were, at least from the Western Crusades were demonized, known as savages, barbarians and Mohammedans. They were known many times to try and wrong them and put them in a negative light, so that those people who believed that they were on some form of crusade, they could justify it by returning and goods to them.

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This is not something new. At the time of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, the people of the Kurdish the policies of the Kurdish tried to make up but what can we call Mohammed Elisa to Salam? Shall we call him a che? Or shall we call him a poet? Shall we call him had you known that he's insane? Shall we call a messiah head that he is a magician, a soothsayer, a fortune teller. None of these negative terms or even close

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to what the Prophet alayhi wa salam was known as, so no term would fit. Eventually they came up with this is like a set head is like a magician. Why? Because he separates the relationship between the father and the son, the father who maybe embraced Islam or vice versa, that there was a splitting of the family. So they would say he's like a magician, that he's doing some form of magic splitting up the families, even though that was not the truth, and they knew it.

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So the demonization of the Prophet Muhammad and so I'm not something new. But even when the people who were

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bitter enemies of the prophet Isaiah Salam, in all honest terms, they could only say something good about him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Throughout the Crusades, when they say would say something bad against Islam or the Prophet Muhammad Allah, they knew. They knew it was false. They knew it was lies.

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Up until this day now, things haven't changed.

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That maybe there are individuals who want to try and tarnish the Quran. They want to tarnish Islam, they want to tarnish the personality of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and maybe they say one or two verses from the Quran. They don't know the verse that came before. They don't know the verse that comes after really exposing themselves as ignorant people, biased people, almost because of the what they are saying. They're seen as vile people

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that they cause embarrassment to themselves, because of the ignorance that they are showing. Not wanting to know the truth.

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But they have their own agendas.

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So as Muslims Alhamdulillah Allah subhanaw taala preserved the personality the individual owner base, Elisa do Salam no matter what people say, no matter what people may throw out,

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it's all of no value.

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Let's go back maybe 200 years, 250 years,

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an individual called Karl Defoe, who is a French philosopher. It's not a Muslim, the names that I mentioned to you now, these aren't Muslims, they have no vested interest in not paid by the Khilafah. Not a paid behind the under the table with something. These people are in their own right. Many Christians, Protestants, Catholics, philosophers, but the non Muslims, so called the for the French philosopher, what does he say? He says that the Prophet Muhammad was the most inspiring Prophet unbeliever. No one can contest this high status. The feelings of equality and fraternity founded by Muhammad, among the Islamic bloc were applied in practice, even on the Prophet Muhammad

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This is a French philosopher, talking about our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Tolstoy is another. He's a Russian writer, and philosopher.

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And he admired Islam.

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And he admired its teachings. What did he say?

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Because he wrote an article who is Muhammad? He said Mohammed is both a founder and a messenger. And he was among the great men who served are great men who served the social frame framework profoundly. Thomas Carlyle, a famous English philosopher, who passed away in 1881.

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He devoted an entire chapter in his book, he wrote a book called Heroes and hero worship, and he has a chapter on our beloved Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said,

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writing against those prejudice, eight prejudiced atheists, who would speak negatively about our beloved no BNS of Saddam, he said, prejudiced atheists claimed that Mohammed only desired personal fame, glory and authority, the complete opposite each of those terms the complete opposite. By God, this is false. This is a false claim. This great deep hearted son of the desert, with his beam in black eyes, deep soul full of mercy and beneficent. Kindness and piety, wisdom and persuasion, had thoughts in him and other than worldly ambitions. Again, this is a great philosopher who is respected in the Western narrative.

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There are more like Edward Ramzi and Lamartine George Bernard Shaw, a great English philosopher, a great English writer.

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And at the end, he said,

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it is possible to confirm my prediction by saying that the religion of Islam will inevitably be accepted in Europe in the near future.

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And I believe that if such a man like Mohammed, or a start to Sudan was given authority over the modern world, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring much needed peace and happiness. This is again, a non Muslim who's saying such statements.

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A person who within society and within philosophy and within writers has weighed in on nobody.

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Even Michael H hot, who was an American writer, American, very influential person, within this area, he wrote a book in 1978. You may know this, but

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book is called 100 most influential persons in history. And in 1978, this individual Michael Hart, he put the most the number one most influential person in history

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was the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And there is a number of conditions this one would have to fulfill, to be in the book in the first place.

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And he said that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi, wasallam was supremely successful in both in the religious and the secular term. He also believed that Muhammad Allison's role in the development of Islam was far more influential than Jesus in the Christian narrative. Because it is seen as St. Paul in their eyes, who's the real reformer, and the real one individual who formed the modern day understanding of Christianity.

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So the Prophet Muhammad Ali Salam was supremely successful.

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These are individuals and the list goes on. These are individuals who have no common vested interest to support our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But yet these words are only in the positive way, looking at a positive way, looking at the Prophet Muhammad Elisa to Saddam. So what would cause them to say such things? Why would they say such statements?

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You have to realize that maybe the majority of people don't go to this depth. Don't go to this depth of understanding or reading about the Prophet Elesa to Salam. They won't do that.

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The majority people in the street when they see Islam, they see you.

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What is Islam they will see you this is what Islam is. Because you call yourself a Muslim. You will follow the Prophet Muhammad Allah Azza wa Salaam. So their view of Islam is how they view you how you will behave.

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But then, in turn, we have to look at ourselves.

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How close are we to the message? And how close are we to what the prophets of Allah Salam taught us?

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So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, as a human being, as a person, as a husband, as a father, a leader, a statesman, a soldier, a businessman, a judge, a neighbor, a prophet, and a messenger. He had all of these titles, we can praise him,

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but there is no greater praise than Allah subhanaw taala

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because Allah, Allah, Allah spoke our beloved and he spoke about our beloved Nabhi Allah so Salaam in the Quran

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when he said Lakota can Allah comfy rasool Allah he will swear to god hustler

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that you have in the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, an excellent pattern, a beautiful and perfect example, to follow.

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A character, a manner above all,

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in Naka, Allah Who looking out in the doer upon a great manner in Nicola Allah hooking up with him, that you are upon a great manager, a great manner.

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Inshallah the Allahu Anhu was asked about the actions and the behavior of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, and she could only answer Karna Hulagu Al Quran, his manner was the Quran, everything that you find in the Quran, remembering that the Quran is the perfect word of Allah subhanaw taala. He was the perfect human being.

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whatever manner you find in the Quran, that is what you would find in the character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he excelled in each of these positions that I mentioned to you, as a father, as a husband, as a leader, as a judge, as a neighbor, as a messenger as a prophet. He excelled absolutely in every single aspect of these responsibilities.

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When he was growing up before he became a messenger was chosen by Allah subhanaw taala. Living in a society full of vise full of haram. Haram was easy.

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It was easy to fall into haram at that time.

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Some similarities, some similarities to what you maybe find now to find the Haram is very easy to find the halal take some effort from you. To stay on the straight path will require some effort from you. But to fall into the hump is very easy. You just go across the road in the supermarket and buy whatever you like. Whether it's alcohol or haram food, it's all there. No one will question you. No one will say anything to you is there as long as you have the money to pay for it. It's yours to go to your home and do as you like.

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Similarly at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam to worship idols, to slaughter for idols

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to steal, poach.

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The rich would

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oppress the weak, the strong oppressing the weak. This was the norm.

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However, Allah Jalla wa Ala, protected preserved our Nabhi Elisa to salam from all of these things.

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And what supports this?

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Is that before he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam received the revelation from Allah subhanaw taala What did he do? He would,

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he would feel a despair from his people. And he would leave Makkah itself and go to a cave, isolate himself from what was happening, to be in the presence of all of this was, was too much.

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So he had so Sam would go to the cave oval Hara.

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And at times, not just to go there for a couple of hours.

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But as narrated that hadith about the Allah on his wife, she would prepare some food as much as you could take away for three, four or five days to stay away from what was going on, in Makkah, the purest place on Earth, except the most evil crimes were going on.

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And this was unacceptable to the heart of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to see this.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala revealed revelation to Elena de la Sol to Salam.

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The Prophet RSO Salam born as an orphan,

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only then at the age of six, for his mother to pass away.

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His mother at the time is what around maybe 2021 years old, she's very young.

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Then he goes into the custody of her or guardianship of his grandfather.

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And then he passes away when the Prophet Muhammad Ali Salaam is at eight years old. Imagine now for any child,

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never to meet their father

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to have some settlement just to a few years, and then your mother passes away, then to go to the guardianship of your grandfather, then he passes away.

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For any child that's nearly overwhelming for them, then goes into the guardianship of his uncle Abu Talib,

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who's not particularly well off. So the Prophet Muhammad Ali Salam, of course, bearing in mind he hasn't received any revelation. He's not a prophet or messenger, at this time Elisa to Salam, but no doubt is present protected and preserved by Elijah Louella. He grows up and he takes on a number of jobs being a shepherd learning trades, remaining in Makkah, seeing what is going on.

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married at the age of 25

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and he marries Khadija, the Alana.

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Now, the support that the Hadith or the Alana gives the Prophet Mohammed Elisa to Saddam is really something to be pondered over deeply.

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Because we can see from the Sierra, the life of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that he would think about her quite a lot, even after she passed away.

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And he would remind people that she believed in me when everybody rejected me.

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She supported me when no one would. So Khadija della and her has a very big place

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in the life of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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She passes away when he's 50 Approximately Allyssa to Salem.

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So he's lost Subhanallah some beloved people when he was younger.

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He lost his wife

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on the BRS, so Saddam had seven children, seven six of them died

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during his lifetime.

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To lose one child is something beyond comprehension. But to lose six,

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only faulty model the ally in her lived after our beloved Nabhi la Certosa learn how to bury your own children.

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Even them being very, very young.

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For example, Ibrahim is approximately 18 or 20 months old. The prophet Isaiah was about 60 years old.

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Then he is called suddenly to go to the edge of Medina to see his son who is gravely ill only there to hold his son who's breathing very, very faintly

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and then eventually passes away in his hands.

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When he first received revelation la salatu salam.

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His people rejected him. They tried to drive him out. They punished and oppressed and persecuted his companions. They killed

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the policies of Mecca killed some of his companions, some of his close friends

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amount of new Yasser Radi Allahu Anhu when he saw his own mother martyred.

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What did the Prophet Addison say to Mr. dibujar says,

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Be patient of amar in Namo Docomo Jana, that your appointed time will be the paradise if you are patient.

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So the Prophet alayhi salam faced trial after trial after trial. What I say to you now is not something that was written in a storybook by a person, this is documented history. This is documented history, about which there is no doubt about it.

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Absolutely, no doubt.

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So those people who spoke well of the Prophet alayhi salam, they must have done some reading, they must have looked at the personality of the Prophet alayhi wasallam for them to come to this conclusion. Because one who looks at his life and studies his life can only possibly come to the conclusion that this was the most outstanding individual that I have never met.

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This is the most outstanding individual I have ever heard about. Even though I can never meet meet a person like this.

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So if he is the most beloved to Allah Subhanallah to either

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question maybe he faced so many trials.

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Why would an individual who's so beloved to Allah is bound to Allah faced so many trials, the loss of wives and children and loved ones and friends and companions and his people to rejecting?

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This is a beloved person to Allah subhanaw taala a shed do nurse a patella and as the prophets Allah, somebody inform us, the most severely tested people are the NBN.

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And if Allah subhanaw taala, the hub Allahu Abdon patella, if Allah loves the servant,

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He will test him.

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So no doubt, these tests that came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and in the face of that, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never once said anything, why? Or how

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or what, but faced every single trial, with the utmost level

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of patience, have a sub was there a you know, be somebody was solid

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and seek aid and help and Allah subhanaw taala with patients and with prayer

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and that our beloved and to be honest that Salam on all and each and every one of these occasions, would demonstrate exemplary patience.

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And that Allah subhanaw taala rewards patience, be lady hyssop

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there is a reward for patience, which has no limit.

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So I want to be Elisa Salam is of such a high status for many reasons from them is that he was tested more than any other individual and in the face of that was the most patient individual in the history of mankind.

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He was on a salatu salam, a commonness.

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He was the most generous of people. Ibn Abbas Rhodiola one human rights can be you sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a commonness.

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Not that the Prophet RS Salam was the richest of people because he was not in terms of men. But yet he was seen as the most generous of people. So generosity, they are being seen as generous as not how much you give.

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It's not about how much wealth you have for you to give, but rather, it is seen in the sight of Allah subhana whatever you have, that you give for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Can on the basis, Edge woodenness In another generation,

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the most generous of people

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that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam idleness

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that he was the most just unfair of people.

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Even the non Muslims at the time, that they would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for judgment. Even though they had their own chiefs and judges.

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They could be bribed. They could be asked to look at the situation from one side and to ignore the other.

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But they would go to the zoo allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because they knew he would say how it is.

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And Huck the truth would be said regardless of who is saying it.

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Very famous statement that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in NEMA Lika Mancha, Nakaba lagoon

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That what destroyed previous nations

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either sadaqa fee him Sharif. That if a well known noble person would steal that aku that they would leave him

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is a noble you can't establish the punishment on the individual with a soda coffee him about a como la Hillhead, but the weak person, the person who doesn't ever have a very high status within the community.

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Let's establish the punishment on this individual. Let's teach this individual and in turn teach the community how we show people that we don't stand for this. nations were destroyed for this.

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Because justice, fairness is not known by where you come from what the color of your skin, the language that you speak, this is all irrelevant.

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Just this unfairness that equity should be for every single person regardless of who you are.

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The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said even my own daughter was to steal, I would be the one to establish the punishment for her.

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To make it very clear to people.

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How important is to be just in fear, regardless of who you are, even if that person is your own family member.

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Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was our humaneness

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why Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, why, because he was the Most Merciful of people.

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He showed and demonstrated mercy on all occasions, even in his Ibadah even in his worship,

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there were times when the Prophet Ira so Salam would be leading the Salah, and he would hear a small child crying in the masjid

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that he would not lengthen the prayer, but he would shorten the prayer.

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Not meaning that lower the number of record, but shorten the amount of Cara that would be said in the prayer so that the mother would not be worried about her child.

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Try and look, compassion and mercy to those people who were there praying with him or a salatu salam

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in the prayer that the Prophet alayhi salam would carry his own granddaughter in the prayer.

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The Wildling sujood he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam while in sujood that his grandchildren that Hassan Mulla Husayn, rhodiola and Houma. They would climb on his back. And on on occasion, they were so long on his back and he's awesome. He stayed there and sujood and to some of his companions, they raised their head to see what had happened.

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And then after the Salah, the Prophet alayhi wa sallam informed the companions that he didn't want to get up from sujood

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except that those two grandchildren had had their enough. They did enough time on his back and then they go off, and then he continued with his Ibotta.

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But he would be seeing and caring and attending the affairs of the ummah.

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On a daily basis, tribes would be coming and traveling hundreds of miles to speak to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to debate with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on a daily basis. A very busy individual. Yet when he Salallahu Alaihe Salam when he would go home, as Aisha Radi Allahu Anhu narrates Kirner Allah had materially

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he will be at the service of his family.

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He would show his own shoe

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wouldn't be dependent on other people.

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This is the individual is known as Muhammad Sallallahu. It was

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an A signal Malik Radi Allahu Anhu served, he served the Prophet alayhi salam for for 10 years.

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He said that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam did not say to me once have

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to show any form of displeasure to me

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and unnecessarily Allah and as a young boy, maybe his late attending an errand or doing something the Prophet asked him to do something.

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The Prophet has never showed any displeasure in more honesty. bumalik Radi Allahu Anhu did for him

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in the year that both Khadija the ally in her and Abu Talib, they died. They died in the same year proximately, two or three months between them in the 10th year after the Prophet Edison had first received revelation.

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This is one of the saddest times one of the most downtimes for our beloved Nabhi Elesa to Salem.

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He'd lost his inner support, his family support from his wife

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and the outward support that was there from Apple toilet protecting the profit restaurant from the attack of the other tribes when they both died.

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This was of great sadness to the Prophet Addison to lose two beloved people to him.

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So then he went to a party if he had called his people for seven years openly

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and they had rejected him. So to go to thaw F,

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which is not too far away from Macedonia, 90 kilometers 100 kilometers away.

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So the perfect person goes to Thor if to call these people to Islam. Maybe the maybe a few of them will accept Islam maybe.

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Ben was a thief was a well known tribe there.

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They didn't even let the Prophet Muhammad Ali son and finished delivering the message.

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They commanded the children,

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the foolish people of the city, to run the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam out of the city, throw stones at him, to belittle him to throw shoes at the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, until blood was drawn

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from the body of Rasulullah Salallahu Alaihe Salam blood into his sandals, as described in the Sierra.

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That moment,

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the loss of family, his own people rejecting Him, going to another city rejecting him.

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How much perseverance and sober can a person have?

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So Allah subhanaw taala says, our sins Amina summit, but trustworthy one of the sky Djibouti and Ali salam to a minute out to the trustworthy one on Earth. Gibreel Ali Salam comes to our beloved Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and gives him a choice.

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Now we're told, don't make a decision, when emotions are running high. Don't make a decision when

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when emotions are running high, maybe you'll see something wrong, and then you later regret it.

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Do you believe it Salam comes to the Prophet sallallahu Assam says, I have been commanded by Allah Jalla wa Ala to tell the Morocco the angels of the GBL of these two are luxury in these two mountains to be right to be raised and to crush

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to dismantle this city don't exist anymore

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for what they did to you.

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in a situation like this, what they did to him to try and humiliate him

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to run him out in this manner.

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It seems only fair, only fair to say that they wronged me in a way which was completely unacceptable.

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But here we are dealing with an individual that was like no other didn't think like you and I

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said no.

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Maybe Allah subhanaw taala will raise people from them, who will worship Allah subhanaw taala. Maybe these people won't,

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but maybe their generations after maybe they will.

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Lo and behold,

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the mercy that were shown by our Nabhi or they said salam to forethought, thinking about the future.

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They embraced Islam just a few years later.

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There are many things that we can say about

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I'll be loving to be Elesa Salaam. And really, one has to read the Sierra

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and read it again and read it again, to really

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try and increase a love and a value for the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam in our lives.

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And anyone Muslim or non Muslim, I like to challenge you, non Muslim more,

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to read about Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and if you find something you don't like,

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I can tell you you've misunderstood it.

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This is an individual, if you look at his life,

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was the most

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exemplary person that ever existed on Earth from every single aspect that you can imagine.

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One of their Allama

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they wrote about the Prophet Arisa to Salaam.

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And they said a number of the good qualities of his character which have been compiled can be said in the following. He was the Most Forbearing of people, the most courageous of people, the most just of people the most chest of people. His hand never touched the hand of any woman unless he was married to her or closely related to her by blood.

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He was the most generous of people who never kept a DNR order him with him overnight.

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it if he had anything leftover, and he could not find someone to give it to before the night came, he would not go home until he donated to it somebody who needed it more than him.

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It did not take anything from that which Allah subhanaw taala had bestowed upon him except he would have own enough that was in front of him. He would not hold, he would not gather.

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There were times when a poor woman, she comes to the house of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam with two young children.

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And she knocks on the door of our insurer, the aligner. The Messenger, Alison was not there.

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And she was poor, she has nothing.

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So I showed her the ally and what did she do? She shuffled around to find something, all she finds is three dates, three dates in the house of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and she gives those three dates away.

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This was the house of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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If you were to enter the house,

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you would see where he slept.

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And he slept on palm fibers, palm leaves, whereas the leaders of the Byzantine Empire and Persia they slept on gold and silk.

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A number of the Allahu Anhu he enters the home of the messenger Elisa to Salaam.

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The messenger is awakes, and turns to look at Omar, only for Omar to see the marks of the palm fibers on the back of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam,

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and overseeing the most beloved person to him, who is deserving the best of this world and the best of the Hereafter.

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And he tries this as your soul, Allah, the kings, and the leaders of the other nations are sleeping on this and you are sleeping on that.

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He says no Roma.

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For them, they will have what they have in this dunya. And for us, we will have what we have in the earth.

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Our Place our existence, we're here for just a short while, a little while, just like the example of a person on a journey, who takes a rest by a tree. And then he continues on his journey, that a small rest of the he takes by a tree. This is your time in the dunya.

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This is all you have, like the blinking of an eye.

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You're here for a few years, and then you're gone the next. If I were to ask you, your great grandfather, or your great great grandfather, do you know his name?

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Or your great great man, grandmother? Do you know her name? Maybe you don't? Maybe a time will come when you have children. And maybe you will be given the title of a great grandfather. Maybe you don't see your great grandchildren? Will they know your name? Will they know who you were?

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Maybe you will be forgotten.

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You will die you will be buried

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and you are gone.

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But there are names that exist throughout history.

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That maybe you think that they didn't do very much. If you think about a Saturday with the more eyes,

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side diplomas or the aligners said, and else. He was the chieftain of the tribe of house.

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He was around 30 years old embraced Islam was a Muslim for maybe four years, five years, not long.

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At the Battle of conduct,

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he was injured.

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So I didn't want he was injured. And then after about three or four days he had an injury to his neck. He passed away Shaheed

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and then when he died, the messenger SallAllahu wasallam behaved differently with his burial

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon carrying

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his brother sidewise raised his art raise his bottom government and was almost tiptoeing in carrying the body of Sadiq Morales, rhodiola Rhino to the grave, and the Companions they realized they saw this

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How the messenger Alice Saddam is walking and then the Saudi Murata. Rhodiola I know he is buried.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the throne of Rama shook at the death of Sai Debnam wife, the only companion for that to happen.

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The sad diploma or the Radi Allahu anhu,

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in which the Prophet alayhi salam said that every person will have a squeezing of the grave.

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And if anyone was to be saved from the squeezing of the grave, it would be sad if the more Earth but he received the only ones

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so sad why Rhodiola and who is he from the 10 blessed of Jana? No he has no was Islam

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was a Muslim for four or five years.

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There's something special.

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There are certain things that a strong secrecy had with Allah's power Tyler

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that when the Prophet irisin Salaam is carrying this individual, and then telling the companions 70,000 Miller acre 70,000 Angels attending the janazah to bear Society of no more Earth.

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So it's not necessarily about how mature you are, how famous you are, how well known you are, how many people they don't know his name, they don't know her name.

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And maybe only a couple of people attend their janazah maybe nobody attends their burial.

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But that individual in the law, but that person with Allah subhanaw taala is at a level

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only Allah azza wa jal knows about it.

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It's not about Shahara fame, collection and hoarding. It's about you

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and your Lord.

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Thou me continues and describing I want to be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was never asked if anything, except that he gave it then he would go back to his supplies and then donate from them who needed it more.

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He used to repair his own sandals and mend his own clothes and he would help his family in the home and cut meat for them.

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So as he was busy Elisa to salaam, tending to the affairs of the OMA,

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he would spend three four or five hours at night and Salah on his own.

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And that I showed her the Allahu anha says you're a fool Allah. Your feet are swelling.

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You will pray Of course no doubt Salat al Fajr in the masjid. And people will come to you be asking you questions. What is the rest?

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But yeah, at night is still offering a bad worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. A fellow a cool new adventure, Cora. Should I not be as thankful and grateful slave to Allah subhanho wa taala.

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He was the most modest of people, and will not look at anybody straight in the eye. He would respond to the invitations of a slave and a free alike and accept the gift, even if it was a cup of milk. And he would report the word the person for that

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he did not eat the food that had been given in charity, and he would not respond.

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And he would respond to the slaves and the poor when they asked for something.

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He became angry for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala but not angry for his own sake.

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And he would adhere to the truth, even if that would

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lead to maybe some harm that may come to his own companions. But the Huck

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in the Treaty of Hoda via when the Prophet alayhi salam agreed, with the coloration, the seventh year of the hijra, that the Muslims if anyone escaped Makkah that they have to be returned to the Quraysh. But that was the agreement.

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Any Muslim that escapes Maccha that he would have to give him Sunday back to the Kurdish the disbelieve, and they would of course punish him. Upon agreement upon that Subhanallah during the Brodey Allah and he came in chains, he escaped Makkah, because he had heard the Muslims had gathered just outside of Morocco,

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looking in a terrible state.

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The Muslims, they wanted to see their brother to welcome their brother to save their brother.

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But he was reminded

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that you have just signed

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we have just signed the agreement he has to be sent back and he was sent back.

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Some of the companions couldn't believe what had happened from them Ramadan Nakata, rhodiola and who

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are we not above them rasool Allah are we not Muslims? We have Islam they have disbelief and they reject you.

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Here the prophets Allah some said to him in no uncertain terms. This is the command of Allah subhanaw taala.

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This is not something we have a choice in.

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He SallAllahu ISON would tie a rock to his stomach to ward off the pangs of hunger.

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He never ate to his fill.

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He walked among his enemies without a God.

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He was the most humble and quiet of people without being arrogant, the most eloquent without being long winded, and the most cheerful of countenance. He didn't worry about worldly matters. He wore whatever he found. He let his slave or servants and others ride on the ride that he had and he would walk next to them. He wrote what has ever was available, sometimes a horse, sometimes a camel, sometimes a donkey, sometimes a mule. Sometimes he would walk

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barefoot, sometimes with no cloak, sometimes with a turban, sometimes without a turban.

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He would visit the sick in the furthest parts of Medina that he loved perfume, and he hated foul smells. He would sit with the poor, and he would offer food and eat with them.

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And he would serve the needy, honoring the virtuous and softening the hearts of people. By treating them kindly. He upheld the the kins of the kinship without favoring relatives over others. Maybe those who are maybe better than others, he treated them the same. He never treated anybody harshly. He accepted the excuses of those who apologized.

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He would joke but he would only tell the truth. And he would smile without laughing out loud.

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If he saw permissible play, he did not denounce it. And he raised with his wife, Elisa to Salam when voices were raised against him. He bought that with patience.

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He did not waste time without striving for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. Or doing that what was essential to better himself.

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He never looked down upon any poor person, because of their poverty or the chronic sickness. And he did not fear any king because of the power that they had.

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And he called all of them and every single person to worship Allah subhanaw taala, on equal terms.

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When we know about all of these things, and what he did for his people,

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and that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would make dua, and he would make dua for his companions who would, who would come after him that he never met.

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He would do that and each and every single of his Salah to make dua for you and I.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, my eldest son, nurkic, Rajmata, Lil al Amin, the meaning of the verse is so much more profound, that we did not send you O Muhammad Allah so to Salam, except as a mercy to mankind.

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From every respect, he was a mercy to people, even now. Even now, he is a mercy to mankind, because his message will allow him and remains with us. And that message is a mercy to people.

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To remove injustice, to remove oppression, to remove crime and vice and filth and harm, to bring people back to a clean way of living.

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This message remains with us

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and all blessings and thanks. It goes to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And the eighth fear of the Makkah and it it after he returned to MK

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eight years after being forced out of His own, His own land.

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The people there who had killed some of his companions, persecuted him, persecuted his family, the Prophet alayhi salam entered into Makkah 10,000 the Muslims, the polytheists of Mecca, laid their arms on the floor.

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Now's the time to get revenge. What these people have done to you and your family and your loved ones,

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but cursed and oppressed and killed. Now's the day to take every single one of those people to account.

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Even some of the companions they said this is the day of revenge rasool Allah, this is the day we will get our day back.

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And when mercy is really shown is when you have the ability to do as you like.

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You have full power full authority to do as you like to that individual.

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But you did not come, you will not sent

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to read the people to chase the people away.

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You will not send the out rasool Allah Allah said to Salam as a person to chase people away to punish people. But he was sent alayhi salatu salam, as a mercy to mankind.

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He said this is a day of mercy. Even when he sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam entered into Makkah, with his head down in humbleness, gratefulness and thankfulness to Allah subhanaw taala that now maca could finally be restored to its original foundations. No polytheism no idol worship, no sacrificing for other than Allah. Only a bad dilla only worship for Allah subhanaw taala tawaf done correctly.

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And when Amada Malhotra the Allahu Anhu

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and Salahuddin Allah ubia Radi Allahu Allah Rahim Allah throughout history and this is a test to the teachings of Rasulillah Salam being implemented

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Throughout the ages, when these two individuals are middle Delano and Selaginella up when they entered into L coats of the previously, the Muslim blood was spilt that being shed and through flowing through the streets of Al Aqsa to reach the knees. They went there and they said clemency and mercy to people here.

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No shedding of blood today.

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This is what they inherited from Allenby, sal Allahu Allahu Allah wa salam. And finally, I ended with

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what the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said to us in numerable is too little to remember, macadam, Allah Allah, I was only sent to teach and perfect the minus your matters with your Lord, the mothers with yourself and your manners with every single person you come in contact with. I ask Allah subhanaw taala that he forgives us all of our shortcomings. And I ask Allah subhanaw taala that we become glowing examples of what it is to be a Muslim and that Islam becomes the central part of our lives, and that we die in a state that Allah Jalla wa is pleased with us Allahumma Alameen wa sallahu wa sallim wa barik ala Nabina Muhammad while early he was off big man was Salam alaykum

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Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh