Yasir Qadhi – Lives Of The Sahaba 05 – Abu Bakr al-Siddiq – PT 05

Yasir Qadhi
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the controversy surrounding the Prophet sallaviat and the loss of profits from the production of war boots. It also touches on the controversial topic of the lands of fationality and the lack of bias in the book of Sunni history. The shia's actions and the Prophet sallavi's teachings are also discussed. The history of the shia's actions and the Prophet sallavi's teachings are also discussed. The shia's actions and the Prophet sallavi's teachings involve a proposal made to a woman requesting to join forces together to attack Muslims, and the woman describes her friend as a woman who requires a high model and describes her friend's death by a Muslim.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad in while early he will be a Jemaine a Marburg. So we were still discussing we had just began last week, right at the end, discussing the one final controversy that needs to be discussed and that is the issue of further can hi but we'll finish that up today and then move on to the Wars of ryda. And inshallah Next week, we'll continue the Wars of

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talking about it from also from a theological aspect. And we might be able to squeeze in one more week and then we will pause and shut lozada

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until after Ramadan and then begin with the help of insha Allah, that is the overall plan if Allah azza wa jal wills. So remember, last week, I had begun the issues of the controversies between the two groups of Islam. And last week, the emphasis was on which controversy,

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which controversy we talked about last week,

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the idea of idea about your loved one, and we explained that now, the veil of ID was also linked with another controversy. And that controversy is over the lands of fadak, the lands of fadak. And this issue has also generated quite a lot of back and forth quite a lot of controversy between the two groups. And to this day, it is considered one of those sensitive areas between the two groups. So just to shed some light on it, and again, I'm going to reiterate I'm going to be very frank here in this era, I went all out I want as much detail as I humanly could that I thought was realistic in the English language, the only things I did not do was that which I thought might not be useful in

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the English language is shared and poetry and and sub, I kind of did summary of that. Otherwise, I did everything as much as I thought was possible for and so it was I would say, was it intermediate to advanced level sealer As for aboubaker Cydia Kinder Amato, cobalt rhodiola. Although the rest, we're not doing it to that level, because that would really be a class that would take half a year just for Obamacare, three, four years from the top. We don't want to do that. So the issue of fadak realistically, we could discuss easily three lectures just about fadak and go over the wire and whatnot, and there's just no need really There's no need. So I will just go over it and maybe 1015

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minutes, Max a little bit more than that, and then we just move on, and leave it at that inshallah. Tada. So what exactly is FedEx and along with FedEx, they also say hi, but and the lands of balloons here. What happened was, if you remember when we talked about the expulsion of the balloons here, they had given up a percentage of their land of their produce to the profit, so solemn, and then in high bar, the Profit System acquired some land that was acquiring from the battle. Then, before he could return to Medina, the neighboring lands of Frederick sent a message. And they said, O Messenger of Allah, if you mean they didn't call the messenger, because they didn't believe in me.

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They said, Yeah, Mohamed, slice that up. If you don't attack us, we will give you 50% of our crops. They were worried that the processor would attack even though we don't know what do you have attacked or not. So they voluntarily gave, the profits are some 50% of the produce. Okay, this 50% of the produce was a massive amount, obviously imagine and it's higher planes. It's not even a one one Garden Grove, it's like an entire inhabitant, this would in our times be the equivalent of millions of dollars, it is a huge amount of money. And Allah subhanho wa Taala had explicitly said in the Quran, that whatever and this in Arabic is called fate and fate is different than aneema

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aneema Is that what you fight and then you acquire? So NEMA is war booty, fe is what the enemy offers you without fighting. And according to the Quran, faith is something that for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in particular, it was his to do with as he pleased with later rulers that's a different ruling No, for the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah gifted him the fate mimma Allahu Allah Rasool E. This is in the Quran. Right. So the fate is something that is his to do with as he pleases, because it was gifted to him. And as we all know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam use that money for the benefit of the oma he did not benefit himself at all we know this, and he passed away

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solo sell them and even his armor was given as a loan to yahoodi

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When he had taken some money from him, this was the collateral or the, you know, the down payment, if you like to make sure, so he didn't benefit from that money personally at all. And he would spend it in matters that a leader needs to spend in, which is taking care of the, the, the, the Masada or the issues of the community. Now, when the Prophet has passed away, Feltham is of course, his only daughter left, and he has his wife's. So technically, if the Prophet systems Mia Roth had been like every other human being, she would have gotten half, because she's one doctor, and the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would have basically shared in the bulk of the majority, and then others

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would have been given to either if there were other cousins to have been found. And of course, there were cousins, they would have gotten it, it would have indirectly also received something. So the point is that a huge percentage would have gone to either and Fatima or the Allahu anhu ultramarine. And so the wives as well assume that they deserved a share of Fedak because it is a massive amount. And even, you know, one fourth or one in ninth Oh, sorry, one eighth would have been a very big amount and enough for the needs of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so the wives of the Prophet system and this is an interesting point in, in Sunni history books, who was the

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one who raised the issue of fadak it was the wives of the prophets and not Fatima. And this is an interesting twist, because, as you know, the other group does not respect to the wives of the process of the way we do. From our perspective, the fact that the wires raise the issue clearly demonstrates that there is no bias in our books. It's human nature, the husband has passed away the wires are concerned about where they're going to get the money from. And so they decided to send Earth man had been a fan to represent them and to ask aboubaker when they didn't get anything, so to send an emissary, like we want our sharing up, we want to get our share. And so they sent earthman

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have been a fan, as a ambassador, if you like between them, and Abu Bakar also do and to quote you one Hadith and again, these are the times when you open up the book and you have to quoted directly from the book. So in Sahih Muslim so we know it is an authentic hadith, in Sahih Muslim.

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We have the Hadith number 4557 that is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam narrates that Fatima vinter Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked Abu Bakar after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to divide the inheritance between them. Whatever the Prophet says Adam had left whatever Allah had given him of fate mimma Allahu LA. So this is that Quranic phrase mimma Allahu Allah, for call Allah Abu Bakr and so Abu Bakr said in the Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon neuroshell matakana sadhaka The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, we do not inherit, we do not give away inheritance, rather, whatever we leave, it will be a

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sadhaka whatever we leave it will be a charity. Now, this hadith one of the things that the other group says is that Abu Bakar was the one who narrated it, how can we trust aboubaker when it deals with the issue of faulty model Viola weinheim she's the he's the only one narrating this hadith. In fact, to disprove this point, the very next Hadith narrated in Sahih Muslim is one of the most authentic chains that Sunni Islam has. Yeah, he narrates from Moloch even unece This is the famous Mr. modic from bozena D from Otto trimmable hurayrah This is called the Golden Chain, this is the best is not one of the top four or five is not around which all of the Hadith considered to be the

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most elite is not and this is not is the most authentic to ovaherero and it is goes through Eva Malik and he says that the Prophet system says so Abu huraira is hearing this now, this is not from Abu Bakar Abu huraira is hearing this that la casa Marathi dinar on March or October identificar denisa one moon at Amity for Hua sadhaka the process of them said my inheritance shall not be divided up the money that I have left behind rather whatever I have left behind, whatever I have left behind, after taking care of my family, it is all going to be sadaqa. So aboubaker has to do when Fatima came Sorry, I actually jumped this Fatima came later on, I was saying the wires of the

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process from center Earth man. So if man says boubakeur said to Earth man, that on earth man I heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say whatever we leave it is sadhaka it will not be given as inheritance. So, the wives then basically did not ask for a second time then Fatima sent as well to other workers to do and this is the story I should have quoted it over there. Okay, so workers so the

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Then said to Fatima, that this is sada and I cannot give it to you. And, and the version of Bahati a hurry quoted and it is also in Sahih Muslim as well, that Fatima lived six months after this incident after the death of the Prophet salallahu idea he was sending them, and abubaker did not respond to her request to give further to her. And he said, I will not change anything that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam commanded us to do, and accept that I will follow that command. I am fearful if I disobeyed anything from his command that I will go astray. So Boubacar said, I cannot disobey the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I am scared if I went against his ID that I

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heard that I will go astray. So

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he says so as for the sada of Medina, or Omar radi Allahu anhu, finally gave it to it. And Abbas will explain what this means in a while. And Ali eventually overcame a bus in in this regard. Again, we'll explain all of this in a while. So the point being, that,

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in a nutshell, fadak was a controversy between the wives of the process of Fatima on one side, and

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on the other side, and the both of them separately requested. Further, Abu Bakar denied the rights of both of them, or not the rights the requests of both of them, a worker denied the request of both of them based upon the Hadith in which he said I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say such and such now, this hadith is reported by quite a number of scholars, sorry, a number of Sahaba In fact, over seven Sahaba narrated this Hadith, and even as a Muslim, we have Abu huraira as well his narration and in a version of Sahib, Bahati, when I lead on the Allahu anhu. Later on came after the death of Fatima. And the issue of Fedak again came up aboubaker was sitting in a gathering of

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side eventually will cost and earthman and Ali, and he said to all of them, I asked you by a law I asked you, do you not know that the prophets Allah sent him said that whatever we leave behind is sadaqa. And they were all silent and did not negate what our workers said they had said, and this hadith in Sahih Bukhari so abubaker, as a deity is calling them all to testify that Do you not know that the profitsystem said this? And it is very clear, because we have multiple occasions in history that a worker Omar Osman Ali are debating issues multiple times, for issues, they would go back and forth to one another. And I do the Allahu anhu, on more than one occasion, gave a verdict that Omar

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actually agreed with and he changed his own opinion to the opinion of adaminaby Tada, this is multiple times. So in this instance, aliwal, the Allahu anhu did not say anything. And I will walk out as asking him point blank, that I asked you by a law Don't you know, the process of him said this, and they all for our camera and adeleke they all agreed that he had said this. So even Tamia actually points out that this shows that even earlier the Allahu anhu had heard this from the Office of the Law Center, or else he would have made another point. So the point is that Fatima did not know this Hadith, and rhodiola Juana and neither did the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam directly notice. So when they heard the Hadith, the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam simply did not ask again, and asked for Falco. Perhaps she had another interpretation and understanding, it appears that as we said, there was some tensions between the two of them. And in the version of Arusha, that is reported in Bahati and Muslim. She says that Fatima did not speak to abubaker until she died. I mentioned this last time as well, right? That our Isha said that Fatima did not speak to a worker until she died and as long as she remained alive, alioli Allahu anhu, as well seem to have kept a low profile, out of respect to his wife out of whatever his wife's feeling

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were also she felt sick. Also, the processor had just passed away. So whatever the reason I needed the Allahu anhu as well kept a low profile. It was only after the death of Fatima rhodiola. Juana that Abu Bakar then visited Ali directly in his house, remember I mentioned that yesterday, right? And that was when the conversation took place between them and the issue of father came up again at that time and that is when

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Abu Bakar said that I asked you by Allah Don't you know that the Prophet system said such and such and so, it is clear then that it did not respond which means that he is accepting this also.

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Our issue says that Fatima did not speak to obaku till she died. This is very explicit, but this is our issue of narration and we have another narration in the sooner but basically, which is an interesting narration which says something different. And this is a narration volume six page 301 where it is reported from a shabby that muddy that salty about the Allahu Abu Bakr is so deep rhodiola one when Fatima fell sick that her deathbed aboubaker Sudhir came faster than I lay her and asked permission to come inside the house for caller ID Allahu anhu. Ali said, Yeah, Fatima has Abu Bakar. And then what are the key? This is Abu Bakar asking permission to come visit you for college

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to help one other than Allah who she asked ID. Would you like it? If I called him in? She's getting permission from her husband for color. Now. I'm Ali rhodiola one who said yes, I would for the next level. So, Fatima gave permission that a worker has to do comes to visit her further, further further and they have yet oh bah ha he entered upon her and he yet or Baha he basically ease the situation. In other words like he placated her, he calm the situation between them. And this clearly demonstrates there was some minor issues between them. So yet at all Baha means until she was content with him. I thought all the time, it's a robot Terada and abubaker said, voila, he matter to

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Dara Walla Walla, Walla, shirota, elliptigo amaravati, la dee, da da da da su de modo que el Beit, Wakarusa, deoxit, I swear by Allah, I have not left my house meaning in Makkah, and my money and my family. In other words, I haven't done all that I have done my whole life. He is saying, I haven't done all that I have done except for the sake of Allah, and for the sake of the Messenger of Allah, and for the sake of the family of the Messenger of Allah.

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And in Sahih Bukhari we said last week, the famous phrase, which isn't Sahaja for us, that while la hayleigh, karabo, to Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have beryllium and also the unassuming karate, it is more beloved to me, that I show kindness to the family of the Messenger of Allah, then to my own family, and he is swearing by Allah. And he is swearing in front of the lol bait in their house until Ali rhodiola began to cry. I mean, imagine the scenario situation. There is no animosity abubaker Sadiq had and he had and he had a headache for his HDR. And that is I can't give you this as much as sort of as as inheritance, I cannot give you further as inheritance. So he is saying I'm

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doing this basically because I believe this to be correct. And this narration and so much about baja turabian, he continued to play cater until she was satisfied with him had the role yet and this has been what I've seen a shabby and a sharpie is of the greatest of the Tabby rune. And a sharpie reports from Fatima shabby did not meet Fatima but he's of the greatest of the tableau. And so, this is one of the slides there is a slight weakness but a shabby is of the tabular room and he was of that time period, but he didn't actually meet Fatima just saying that min Baba Amana so that, you know, the reality nonetheless, even though by how they said that this is Min murase Hassan it is an

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authentic motorcycle. Howdy. So the claim that they did not speak seems to be contradicted by this, that in the end of her life, while the loved one had workers to calm the situation down and everything was fine. Also, the claim that the two of them boycotted each other is simply not true. One of our classical scholars and that is better than aligning. He said, there is no report that the two of them ever met and then turned away from one another. Rather, she stayed in her house. And some people mistakenly interpreted this as abandonment or hedger that she purposely avoided her and and mohalla another scholar said that the narration that she boycotted abubaker on the air because

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Hydra Hydra means to a boycott to abandon the innovation that she boycotted Abu Bakar was that she didn't go to meet him, nor did she send any messages to him. And this is

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not forbidden in Islam. You don't have to go to somebody's house to meet them. You don't have to send a message to them. The Forbidden abandonment or hedger is that the two of them meet and then do not give salam to each other. And this did not happen in those six months, and quote, in other words, and we are fair. And I want to point out here again, when it comes to these controversial topics we have even met that have within Sunni Islam. And there is a trend in Sunni Islam, to overlook all of these ahaadeeth and to paint a picture that is simply too rosy. And I don't agree with this, because I quoted you saw homelessness I Bahati, I quoted, you had it right in front of

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us. And in my opinion, trying to cover the facts always comes back to haunt us later on. And there's nothing Islamic about what has happened. These are personal human difficulties, they happen. I like I really like what a man will call to be said Mr. BALCO to be said, Whoever examines what has happened between abubaker and Roma. Sorry, I'm working on it sorry, whoever examines what has happened to be told, but couldn't it have the back and forth and of the excuses that they made for each other, and of the fairness that they demonstrated in their minor issues, will clearly see that each of them gave the half the rights that were due to the other, and that both of their hearts were

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in agreement about respecting and loving one another. And if at times, human nature got between them, still, religion averted those negative feelings? This is a beautiful quote from Bumble quarterly. And this is my position as well. Yes, human nature gets between people, and minor things happened, but the way that it is portrayed by the other group as being so big, Well, luckily, there's not a shred of evidence. And we also have to point out that the issue of fabric really is historically could not have been the way that it is portrayed. It is narrated in our books of history that the founder of the Ibis had the caliphate. He was called a Safar. That was his title

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was giving a hold of up when one of the Shia stood up because the Shia initially supported their buses. If you know that history, there are buses and the oma years that she has sided with the buses against the Romanians, and they fought with the buses against the oma. Yes. So the the the Shia movement, sided with Sunni movements against the other Sunni Romanians. So the initial ibises were little bit pro Shia, and then that changed after that. So one of the she I stood up during the course of a sofa, and he said, I want your judgment. I want your judgment based on the book of Allah with a complaint that I have. So he said, What is the complaint, he said, I want you to judge

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between the matter of Abu Bakar and Fatima when he deprived Fatima of her inheritance at Fedak. Now this is happening 150 years after FedEx and 1500 years still is the same thing. That for them this issue is the biggest issue still, and they want to go back and resurrect and revive it. So it's nothing new that so you know, so far has you know, 100 something years after and still, the man is interrupting the whole debate and saying I want to know what what the Quran says about and by the way, so the Shia also called the Quran, what it has said a man who would so this is in the Quran, Solomon inherited from Deadwood and they say look, the Quran clearly says Philemon inherited from

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the code. So the prophets will inherit from prophets. You understand their job, right? And the response to this is what is the is a right after that.

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What what it is for the man who would work Allah you have to live in Mankato, though we are author is in

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the inheritance that a lot talks about is in. And the Prophet system himself said that whatever we leave is not we don't leave behind dinar and gold, what we leave behind is in and whoever takes it has taken a large fortune. There's Heidi there's also in body, right, that we don't leave behind dinar and Dirham, what we leave behind is in so the Quran actually supports the Heidi. And when Allah says, Well, what if this what a man would would say when a man inherited from that would he's talking about inherited this the the common Naboo and knowledge not about the issues of the North? In any case, back to what I was saying here. So he stood up and said, I want you to judge using the

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book of Allah between me and my complaint aboubaker my my my plaintiff is Abu Bakar I'm complaining against Abu Bakr Siddiq when you deprive Fatima of the inheritance, so suffi said that do you think aboubaker the boon to Fatima? He said Yes, he did.

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So he said

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What after him when he didn't return a Booker's decision? And he didn't get further said yes, he also did vote and respond to when he continued on the plan of Obamacare and Omar and deprive further of to the debate. He said yes, earthmen as well. Then he said that means IE as well, because when Ali came in charge, he as well did not get further over to the debate.

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And he was quiet after that, because there is no argument. Now, historically, fadak never was given over to the island. But even in the reign of Allium nebuta, he didn't give it over to the little bit, which means he agreed with the decision of a worker and earth man. And as he saw, the man was not able to respond. Now, just to finish up the issue of Frederick and then move on.

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The issue of fadak is a fifth key issue. It has no theological significance whatsoever to read in theological significance is ludicrous. It's a fifth issue. We do not know Fatima or the law and has evidences, but she must have had something that she felt she has a right and that's completely legitimate and fifth to have a different opinion. But abubaker is the deal had an opinion that has an exposit Hadith. And the rest of the Sahaba including a little the alojado agreed with Oba could also do also the Hadith of the the process that I'm saying we do not leave inheritance is reported by many different Sahaba. I mentioned over seven of them, narrated it. Also what is really

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interesting is that by depriving Phantom or the level of the inheritance of the prophets, like Selim, Abubakar automatically deprives his own doctor. This is a point that cannot be explained by the other crowd Think about it.

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When he said profits Do not leave inheritance, who else would have inherited further his own daughter and Omar's own daughter, and the both of them did not give further over to their own daughters. This is a simple, common sense. Understanding that demonstrates there is no personal benefit that they're getting by depriving Fatima so it's not as if they themselves benefited from these gardens of Frederick. In fact, and this goes back to the narration of so I must note that I mentioned this narration says Omar handed over to ID and Ibis.

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So what happened was the gardens of Fedak they needed a manager you know, you always have to have somebody that will take charge, assess what not. So, Omar are the Allahu anhu. In his wisdom, he decided to hand it over to the Al Bayt not as

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owned property, but as the managers. So this obviously it gave them a sense of Okay, at least we're managing and you know, the managers they get a small percentage, you know, whatever is the percentage of managers, you know, like if you have houses and somebody collects the rent and whatnot, okay, some of you guys are laughing so you know what I'm talking about, okay? So, if somebody does this, so what do you give your managers

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Mashallah generous, you have the 10% he gives, Mashallah your your saw him is disagreeing with you, you give less?

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So, okay. 10%. So he does he own the property? No, of course not. Okay. This is what Omar will be loving in his CSF. In his wisdom he did that he gave it to them as managers. Now, I'm not saying they got 10% I don't know what they got, I don't know, I'm just saying they got the percentage that a manager should get, but not the owners. And this was of the government of hot tub. So he gave it to Ali and Abbas as the debate that, okay, he could have chosen anybody to manage, right, because somebody has to go and assess and then deduct and whatnot. So in his wisdom, he chose the two of them to go and do that. So in the end, he actually handed the keys but not the ownership, the

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metaphorical keys further to the a little bit. Clearly, I mean, to make this a big deal is absolutely ludicrous. And

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there is absolutely no reason why Abu Bakar would deny Fatima of her inheritance. Because what is he going to gain? Even they admit he didn't eat the gardens and put it in his own pocket. He left it for the the treasury of the Muslims. And we know that he died wearing only the cloud that he owned. He didn't become rich, nor the drama noted Earth man or the loved one. So here's the point what was his motive? Really, the the notion that his motive was just animosity and anger and spite. It is such a far fetched ludicrous notion that the history books do not support that. And instead of giving them further abubaker is so difficult the last one who instituted the policy of giving them

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stipends from the Treasury. They didn't have to work.

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All of the oma Hutton what meaning and Fatima got siphons till they died. All of the Holy Father gave them stipends as special status. These are the other debate. So a worker said they started that. And Fatima got that stipend.

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How and why then can there be any accusation of istockphoto hatred or animosity. And the final point that I will say about FedEx is that, and I said this last week, as well, one of my main issues with the other movement is this, this notion of always wanting to go back and bring up these historical controversies, you know, even if they have a complaint against someone, they and we should both acknowledge Allah is the judge, and let alone be the judge. Right now we are living 4050 generations after those incidents, and the descendants of faulty men, the descendants of ibaka, don't even know each other anymore. So you continue to bring this story up 1450 years ago, and you think that

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something of benefit will come out of it.

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And you continue to have animosity and hatred to just let it go. And Allah xojo will be the judge, but our religion is not based on these historical issues, or religions are based upon theology, and these physical differences and these minor disputes should not be blown out of proportion should not be what not fighting and whatnot. And

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also for the sake of mentioning of full account,

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I just have to mention one, one story that is, unfortunately, very common amongst certain segments of the Shiri community, but Alhamdulillah, the more moderate of them rejected this the story. And this story is a complete fabrication, which has no basis in any authentic Sunni or even cheery book. And it is a story that unfortunately, you find, especially the extreme, sectarian

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clergy mentioned it and this is a story that causes the most hatred from that group to the Sudanese, and it is a completely fabricated story that has no basis whatsoever. And this is the story that I will work with. So this one actually did not come to give by, he told him what a hotdog and a group of Sahaba to force it to come and give the beta. And so they went to the house of Fatima Fatima rhodiola Juana and they barged in, and when they barged in, they shoved the door open. And Fatima was pin between the door and her house. And she happened to be pregnant at that time. And she lost a child and she was bleeding. And they put it in a chain and they dragged him in and they forced him

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to give the baby and Fatima died as a result of these wounds and six months. Now you understand this story, if it is said with its gory details and whatnot, will cause that group to really go berserk against those who respect Omar and whatnot. And then the last one and this is the main story that is used to incite hatred against a lisanova Gemma, and this story is a complete fabrication. Even moderate, Shiri clerics rejected and they say and I agree with them, they say Firstly, this book, this story is not found even in any of their authentic books. It is found in some of their more extreme books. Yes, I'm not denying that, but and these books. So

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this is I love talking about theology because it's my speciality is I can go on and on. Even within Shiri Islam, there are trends just like within Sunni Islam, there are trends. And it is one of our mistakes that we blanket all of them together. We say they're all like this No. Within, Shiri Islam, there are trends. And some of those trends are more moderate and open minded and some are more narrow and intolerant. So within their trends, they have certain books that are more moderate. other books that are they're called the whole lotta Shia are the most extreme of the shear. And these types of narrations are found in those who are not books. They're found in the most extreme books.

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And many of the moderate Shiri clergy, they reject these extreme books as being complete fabrications. So this story of Fatima losing her child and bleeding, and she nonstop bled until she died after six months. This story is found in one of their books, no need to go down the details of all of that, but one of their moderate clergy said

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I think it was pretty natural actually who said this, that this story cannot be true, because this would be a a very humiliating story for Alex rhodiola one who that he was

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dragged by the chain and forced to give back. And we don't expect it to be so cowardly that just because he's dragged in he's forced to do so actually, we as soon as agree with this will lie. We agree with this exactly. everything we know about Olive. Olive is that he's a brave man. So even the claim that he's dragged and forced to give Baia, you're actually humiliating him.

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You're actually saying he was forced if you say that he was forced by what? How could you force it let him lose his life if he feels used upon the truth, as they say, or central the loved one who did later on that's what their opinion is, then let it be why didn't hurt either alone as well lose his life, if his right was the right of the way and it shouldn't have been given to a worker. So deal, then we say as well, that our little deal love or no should refuse to give back and died as a Shaheed. But, of course, the whole story is a fabrication. And last week, we went over the fact that, in fact, there was some tension abakada Siddiq visited Ali privately, there was nobody else

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with him other than the other debate. So all of the other debate and a workers to do and he gave a moving lecture until they were crying, he was crying, they made up this hadith in Bukhari and Muslim It is very clear, that is our narrative. And so, with that, inshallah, tada, we are done with this story of the FedEx and Fatima

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Fatima and the Allahu anhu. And we now move on to the issues of the Wars of the death, the Wars of the dead, okay, so I will not go to so Dukes Canada is primarily known for one thing and only one thing, that's the main thing that happened, and that is the Wars of the Rita. This is really the main wovoka acidic, really ruled for a very short period of time, less than two years, as you know, a very short period of time, imagine less than two years. I mean, that's nothing in the grand scheme of things. Yet his khilafah Allah subhanho wa Taala used it to preserve the home.

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That's really what his whole khilafah was, that Allah azza wa jal use a walker is so deep to keep the newly formed oma. And it was because of his insistence to do what he did, that a lot protected the oma, if a worker said they did not do what he had done, then the oma would forever have been fragmented theologically, and religiously.

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ie we would have had different versions of Islam

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from the very beginning.

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And we would have really bizarre interpretations like we have an early Christianity a whole spectrum. Whereas in early Islam, we did not have that variety of a spectrum. Rather, the bulk of Islam has always been the same, which is what we call as soon as Sunni Islam, the 80% 85% of the oma has been the same. Why? Because of the preservation that allows us to do for So what exactly happened, I'm jumping the gun here. The words of the reader are a series of expeditions, some say over 25. So it's not just one war, we're not going to go over all of them, don't worry, because they're going we're not going into that much detail. But the point is a dozen maybe some maybe even

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two, maybe even three dozen lots of expeditions that a worker Serbia, sent out across Arabia, and it was done against Florida and of course it did the is it means to turn around or to turn back and the motor Ted is the one who has turned away after he has been in the right direction to turn back. So Allah azza wa jal uses in the Quran many years today, the main command Dini, whoever turns away from his religion, so you're tethered, he is the motet is the one who turns away apostatized is is the English term, that once he was in the right direction, so ultimately the team, then he turns his back and walks away. This is what is the motive. And in the Sierra, we find just a handful of

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people. And we mentioned them, you know, whenever the time came up throughout the Madani period, that very few people had become motivated. And for example, when Morocco was conquered, two three people were to be killed because they were murdered, and other things of that nature. But never in the Sierra had a group or a community committed never in the entire life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a group of people or a city ever committed.

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But what happened was with the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And because of the new consolidation and the recent conversion of the entire Arabian peninsula, Eamon had not yet settled in the hearts of the new converts. People had embraced Islam for the wrong reasons. Many people, especially people in central Arabia, and far northern Arabia,

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And Southern Arabia, people in the periphery regions in some of the Yemeni provinces in the Bahrain province in their Oman province, in the central provinces, Arabia, nudged and nudged and yamamah which is beyond nudge. So nudge dunya mom and beheading. These are the three main strips there. And down south you have Oman, and you have Yemen provinces of Yemen. And of course, you have other provinces of North which is where Syria begins. So the Hejaz, by and large was stable. I had read the order more tests generally were not found in the Hejaz region, Eamon had entered the people of Hejaz buttes, those tribes that had newly converted, and especially the ones that are converted last

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year. And there were also some tribes that had not converted, they simply sent a message of peace that we will not fight the Muslims.

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And the Prophet system had let that be because again, the time had not yet come to consolidate. And these tribes were primarily Christian, because remember, the Koran did not allow pagans to live in, in the Arabian Peninsula. But large quantities of Christian tribes down south and up north had sent letters and emissaries that, okay, we agree to pay the jizya. And we're not going to basically get involved in your affairs. So with the death of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. Obviously, this is the ideal opportunity for these tribes to simply break away. And there were three types of readers. So if you look at all of these multiple, as we said, over 25, mini things, you look at

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their stories and whatnot. Some scholars derive there were three types of people who had left or had basically overwork and had to fight them. The first type were those who went back to G Lee paganism, because some people still believed in idolatry. And they simply, especially the priests, especially the religious clergy, they needed their jobs back. And so they reintroduced idolatry after the death of the Prophet solos to them, this is the first category of 100. The second category of 100 de

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were, and for them, of course, by the first category, I mean, there is no equity left, these are mortared, they need to be fought. And they were fought and idolatry was eliminated from the Arabian Peninsula very easily. The second category

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were a new phenomenon. And this is the one that the books of history mentioned quite a lot, because it's just bizarre and unique. Because these stories are tantalizing and weird. And these are the stories of the false of the pseudo prophets, the false prophets, there was a phenomenon that began after the coming of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. once something is successful, people without the desire and without the brains follow and jump on the success, right, this is human nature. Once the

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person who is the most authentic or the most or the genius in this business, whatever simple, the one who does it first everybody then wants to tack on. Correct. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he proclaimed he is prophet. No one in Arabia had proclaimed this ever since the time of Abraham is made. And that is why in this era, we keep on coming across one man there be what is an A B? I never heard of an A B. And the Quran keeps on saying, No, nobody has come to them before. They should be thankful they had never heard of an abbey. It's not something they are familiar with. Now that the Prophet system has begun his Dawa, it has reached such success. What do you think losers

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are going to tack on to the success of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? That's exactly what happened. A number of false pseudo prophets, because the boon basically came and tack themselves on. And then the famous Hadith, our Prophet systems that Hadith is in Bahati, that there will be after me 30 because the Buddha buena de Lune

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and this is by the way, all of these are the john So the notion there's only one that john is incorrect. There's lots of the jazz but there's one big that Josh there's one final the job that is the that jar, capital D in English, the rest are small deed that jobs. Okay, so anybody who claims to be a prophet is a dead john.

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Because the Hadith says say goodbye the telethon the Jalan Casa Boone Colonia die unknown. Everyone says he is a profit. So 30 the jobs are going to come each one claiming he is a profit what and who learned to be a baddie and there is no nebby after me, so the profits are produced.

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detected that there will be 30 such that the so this is the second phenomenon

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where groups claimed to be Muslim. They didn't return to paganism. Some of them

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prayed, even though we'll see in a while, certain interesting changes they made to the prayer. But by unanimous consensus, they are alerted the right. And this has now become a standard in Islam. That a worker is so different the law one who set the standard, you cannot be a Muslim, and believe in a nebby after

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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you cannot be a Muslim, and believe in a nebby after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you are a motet Simple as that a worker so they set the standard, all those who have agreed, okay, you can do major sins, you can murder, you can plunder, you can loot you can, you're not a Kaffir you're not a Catholic, you can have some bizarre beliefs.

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You're not necessarily a cafard with most bizarre beliefs. But there are two things that you get kicked out without any jury or trial. You don't it doesn't need to have any, any judge to check your heart either or not. The average Muslim can just say to a person who believes this, you are not a Muslim, if you believe you have another god besides a law

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or if you believe you have another nebby besides the prophet SAW setup, simple as that. These are the two main things. You don't need to be a PhD in Al Qaeda to know that this person is not a Muslim, okay? It's very simple to believe in another god besides a law or to believe in another nebby besides Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam you have gone against the kalama La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah. Okay, so, this is the second category,

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the third category of 100 that we will discuss next Wednesday. That is the big discussion next Wednesday. And that was the controversy between the Sahaba. The first two, there was zero controversy. Everybody agrees these people are not Muslim. The third category was the dispute between the Sahaba What should we do? And what was that controversy? That controversy was over those who refused to give Zakat? But they fasted and they prayed and they said the Kadima, they simply said, we're not going to give you our money.

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This was the controversy that the Sahaba had a long discussion over and we will talk about this controversy next Wednesday inshallah to Allah today. And we don't need to talk about the first group because it's pretty clear, you're going to return to Jehovah. I mean, you know, that's you're going to be fought and you're going to be gotten rid of. Today, we're just going to discuss some of the main stories in the next 20 minutes. inshallah, we'll discuss the main stories of which group

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the false prophets one, the false prophets, one. So the most infamous of all of the false prophets was from which tribe, guys, which tribe? I said, I know, you know, the name, everybody knows the name, which tribe, the Bernal hanifa and the bundle had ever lived in which province.

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There was a quiz question

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yamamah, which is close to this job, your mama.

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And your mama is like modern day like passim and holiday like this area, which is in our times it is incorporated international in the time of the process of them. nudged and yamamo were side by side. Okay. So of course, Mozilla.

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Why was he the most famous remind me

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out of all of these the gentlemen that came after the process immediately?

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Exactly. He was the most foolish and the most filthy of them, in that he declared his new Buddha in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and none of the others did this. And if you remember the story of Mozilla, that Mozilla was a very, very elderly man, very wise and scholarly in his youth. He was a Christian.

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learned man, he was not a priest. He was a Christian learned man. He had, in fact gone to Rome. This is before the prophet SAW Selim. He had gone to Rome, he had learned Latin. So he is a scholar of the tradition. He had come back to his people, and his people had made him a really big deal, which is understandable, given the circumstances that in a Bedouin illiterate tribe, he's coming back as a scholar, as a as a person who's lived in Rome and has studied with the the the cassavas and the priests and whatnot. So he's getting bigger and bigger in his fame and he was expecting the coming of it.

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Prophet, because he had been in Rome, he knew that the his tribal Christian, that people were Christian, and deep down inside, he thought he would be the Prophet.

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Deep down inside, he thought he now and this is this the standard of arrogance, isn't it right? That you think you are worthy of doing this, and he felt helpless, he is qualified. And you just waiting for God to come knocking on his door and call us now he has been initiated to become the Prophet. So when the prophets of Allah sent him appeared, obviously he was not happy. But he said to his tribe, let us go negotiate with him, let's see. And he came to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. So he visited him in Medina.

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And he was the only of these false ones that visited and had to talk with him. And he said, with his arrogance, well, I look at this arrogance to the face of the Prophet says, and he said, I will only follow you. If you make me a prophet alongside with you.

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What utter arrogance. I will only follow you if I'm also a prophet alongside you. Just like how don't and mosa samosa astrologer make her own and Abby, so you as well, you're going to make me and Abby.

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And the Prophet says that I'm picked up a twig. And he said, Well, lucky if you asked me this, I would not give it to you. You want me to give you what you were asked me this, I would not give it to you. Okay, the arrogance. There is no Islam with arrogance. Anyone who puts a condition on Islam to Allah, this is not Islam. You cannot have any condition to accepting Islam. Because it is a laws message. So this man did not want to submit to Allah, he wanted power. And there is no Islam like that. So Mozilla then refuse to give back to the prophet SAW Selim. Can you imagine I mean will like going all the way to Medina, seeing the Prophet system and turning back and rejecting and that would

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be his faith and Allah would punish him in this world before the next. So after this, he then sent a message you all know we did this in the Sierra and Ahmed will food he sent a message with two of his henchmen His messengers, I mean, meaning his emissaries. And the message said that Allah has made me a prophet has he upgraded himself, okay, self upgrade. Allah has made me a prophet, and you must accept me. And I'm fine with you being a prophet. But you have half the world and I have half the world. It's a big place this divided half half.

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And of course, the prophet system rejected Him. And He said to the ambassadors, were it not for the fact that ambassadors are not harmed, I would have had you executed, meaning this is beyond the pale of acceptability in an Islamic State. Okay, that you cannot believe in an IB after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And of course, this is a controversial issue about do do these people who believe in Debbie's after the process and have the right to call themselves Muslims of limited Islamic State. This is something that modern modern theories and modern nation states can discuss amongst themselves. And it is a very controversial issue, there's no doubt about it. And it is my

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position, that it is not a problem for them to live in any place and land. But they should be clear who they are, that they should be clear what their beliefs are. And they should not pretend or claim that they are followers of the religion of Islam, if they believe in a nebby, after the Prophet sallallahu sallam, there's simply we cannot agree to disagree on this point. Okay. And if they believe in another faith, then let them call themselves something else. But they should not say that they are the followers of the religion in which the Prophet system is the final prophet, because you cannot have another god or another messenger. And I think that is very clear. And I think this is

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what the position I'm holding is the position that basically, I don't know any difference of opinion, the majority, if not all, of the scholars of Islam hold this opinion. Having said that, of course, there are

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things that happen in modern societies against them, of mass mobs, killing and whatnot. And of course, we're opposed to this, and I'm very clear as well that vigilante violence and mob should not get involved in and kill other people. If people have other faiths and religious, that's their theology. And that's their position to hold. And Allah will judge them in this world, Allah will, sorry, in this world, we don't have the right to just go and harm people in vigilante justice, but we have to understand that these types of laws can be modified. And in the reign of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it was completely inappropriate that there is a person who claims to be a prophet

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and the Prophet system. That's the scope. And that is why he said to the ambassadors, that were it not for the fact that you are ambassadors and I'm

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suitors are not harmed then I would have had you executed the Hadith is authentic. So he let them go. And one of the prophets of Allah sent him passed away was a llama then said I have the whole world helaas Okay, Allah so look at his greed now Okay, like literally the guy is what do you call the megalomaniac like he thinks he has everything. By the way, remember I said last time, some of his way remember some of his foreign

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Alfie lwml feed or madaraka Millfield the Hosanna booneville will be

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right here others as well this dark mode is that all of these right they said all of these

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what Which one was it huh? Yeah, lift that will come out this guy right. It's all of these bizarre things live that is the frog. Right? The frog what is the frog half of it is in the water other half is in the air. It breeds our you know, it's just ridiculous things. This was his his Koran.

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So, this is uh, this is the Musina Al Khattab another another famous another famous, infamous,

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the jungle or the Giada. A female is said Josh bentyl Hadith suggests bintan Hadith, and suggests I've been told how she was from the tribal who meme and she was from Nigeria proper. So there is your mama and then there is nudged. So nose is farther than your mama. So there's no mama, your mama the nudged Medina's on this side ages then remember the nudge. So sajha was from nudged and sajha. We don't know that much about her. But she was also a Christian. And by the way, so why are these all Christians because Christians, they believe in profits anyway, so it's easier for them to make this false claim number one, number two Christians were more educated than pagans. So Christians had

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more exposure to civilization, said john as well seems to have been very learned before the coming of Islam. And she was in fact a very, very skilled poet tests. In kathina, poverty, they record some of her

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sayings and it is very rhyming and very rhythmic. So she was gifted with this talent of being very eloquent. And so whatever she would say she would always say, in the method, and we said nothing is the type of rap basically, it's not the poetry but it is a type of rapper very profound rap, whatever she would say she would always have it in that type of metered and structured speech. And she also began to claim that she is receiving why from the heavens, that she's receiving ye from the heavens, and she must have been respected amongst your people before this anyway, so her people followed her, and she reached out to a number of other chieftains of the bundle, Tamim tribe, de

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Bono tambien. By the way, all the Arabs here know, the Bonita meme is like the largest out of tribe ever. Right? When you say the Bonita meme, it is still to this day, it has I don't know how many hundreds of mini branches, even in those days have been with him had lots of branches. And so she's the head of one of the branches. She reaches out to the other branches and a number of them agree to join her. Amongst them is the most famous medic Edna Nomura, whose story as well as well known in the time it will look so different if we have time. We'll discuss this another minor controversy happened with him and his death. But mighty Kevin and Noah actually had visited the prophet SAW

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Selim and the Prophet system and he accepted Islam and the process of appointed him to be the he was the chieftain, so the process of allowing him to be the chieftain and he was supposed to be the tax, the cat collector send it back to Medina when the profitsystem passed away molecule in a way to use this to basically say, I don't have to pay Zika then he joined sagia. And this clearly shows that joining suggests was in fact, a political move

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so that he has protection against the caliphate from attacking him for the xikar issue. It's not as if he actually believed and so more and more of them joined together with sajha and sajha had decided to launch a full off offensive against Medina.

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She wanted to attack Medina but on the way to Medina is yamamah and in yamamah, there is

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more Salem and between the two of them they've been defended by new Tamim there were tensions from the days of jelly so suggests said on the way to Medina, we will first deal with

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masala clear Okay, so masala heard the news sajha had managed to gather 40,000 people, I mean, that is a huge number. Huge number. And the main reason that she gathered this many people was because here's the point here that there is

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revolutions going on the revolution of Islam has come. The area's exciting with people now claiming power. Muslims are a political entity. So now other groups want to take over. So the Tamim tribe feels we can now take over with the process and have done most of the people did not convert to sajha or to masala. Remember I said this last many, many months ago when we talked about a llama? That was one of the Sahabi asked one of the bento hanifa Do you really believe in this guy? A live llama Alfredo Moroccan will feed? Do you really believe in Him? What did the guy say from the from the tribe of Ubuntu hanifa la casa boo bunny hanifa Abu in a year, the liar Ubuntu hanifa is more

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beloved to me than the truth for one of the kurush.

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This is the attitude. Right? The liar of bundle hanifa is more beloved to me, he's my blood, I'll have him as my ruler, rather than the truthful person of the orange. So what we need to understand these people don't believe such as a prophet s, or maybe some of them did. I'm not but I'm saying bulk of them is just political. You want to gain political power. So Mozilla hears sagia has 14,000 troops. And she is marching against you. Mozilla panicked, he did not have 40,000 troops and a 40,000 troops came to him, most likely he would have been killed. So he and you can tell this man is a politician. He is a

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a skilled politician, he decided to gamble on a tactic. And that tactic is very bizarre, very interesting. And it is mentioned that a lot of detail in poverty and other books. He ordered that

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he sent a message to suggest that we should meet the two of us because you claim to be a prophet s I claim to be a prophet, the both of us can't be right. So let us debate it out. And let us see who amongst us is the correct one. Okay, so she agreed she fell for the trap. Then he said that we will build for her a special tent outside of the encampment of the tribe of the new hanifa before she gets to the city and a place away from the city. And he ordered a expensive and lavish tend to be built.

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Made out of brocade and silk and cloth. And he ordered that fountains be brought in before and rose water and all of these now he is the chieftain of his trip he is well studied and well a master fortune. He basically built a not a palace, but a 10th Palace, if you like okay brocades and linings and everything. And he said, Let her be reminded of what beauty is. She is a woman at the end of the day. That's his point, let her be reminded of what beauty is. And he then commanded that she should be sent into the tent by herself for a period of time, let her see all that is in there and allow them what other items and what other decorations and what else you have put in all of this. Then he

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as well came in, after having dressed himself in the best of all garments after doing all that he could possibly do. And they began to talk with one another. And here is where he mentions things that I cannot mention in the masjid, that some serious talk, he started to become flirtatious talk, which became vulgar talk, which became sexual talk, one by one by one. In other words, this was his plan. And until finally it became extremely vulgar and blatant between the two of them. And they ended up committing Zina.

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They ended up committing Zina in the tent. And of course, this was all planned by him. He wanted to seduce her. That was his tactic of doing that. And when they were done with the deed, and believe me, it goes into details that I cannot mention over here. But for those who are interested, it's some interesting poetry between the two of them. That is not rated G, let's just say and when, when they were done with their deed, He then made the offer that why don't the two of us join our forces as we are joined ourselves, let us join our forces, and we will get rid of all of the other Muslims.

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So this was I mean, a sly, conniving politician, dare I say, I mean, it is like, What can I say? Right? I mean, this was his tactic, that he wanted to join forces together. So he seduced her with all that he could and it worked. And now he says, Let's join

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Our forces together and attack the attack the Muslims. So she says, in that case, you must propose to me in front of my people. I mean, this is done in private, I can't, what am I going to say, Hey, we did something in the debt. So when we come outside, you have to then propose to me in front of my people. So it's a public thing. So that's what he did, that she walked outside. And he basically said that, you know, I am convinced that she is upon truth, she is convinced I'm upon the truth, ie he changed his mind that only one can be upon the truth. We're both prophets. And the true prophets have to marry together.

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So he proposed to her in front of her people, meaning pretending he's a noble man, as if he did nothing in the dead, right? You get the point, that proposal should be public things. And so her people when they saw that she was happy and willing, so they agreed to follow her in this regard. And and here's where the story gets even more bizarre. So they said, you must give her the most expensive mother, because she is a woman that requires a high model. So he thought for a while, then he said, Who is your most even? So they were still praying? Because these people, they accepted Islam, whatever they did, and then they didn't go back to Jehovah, they invented a new religion.

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Okay. And this clearly shows even if you pray, and you believe in another prophet, you are not a Muslim. Again, these are very clear things here. Okay. So he said, Who is your President, so they sent somebody this his arm wasn't. So He then said, My mahalo to you, as the prophet of a law is that the other prophet from Medina gave you five Salawat and I will give you two of them, you don't have to pray fudger and Asia Exactly. fudger and Asia, or my mahalo to you, that you can sleep and during those times, okay. This was the weirdest and the most Cofer murder in the history of Islam, that he gifted them fidget and, and Asia. And of course, it's not a coincidence that our Prophet

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says that he said, the most difficult setup for the munafo is we were just doing this the other day, the most difficult so that for the night feel His pleasure and Asia. So these are not just munafo. These are comfort. So in either case, she stayed there for a few days and then she went back so she changed she delayed the plan of attacking Medina, I guess she's in her honeymoon she wants to now enjoy. So she goes back to her land, and he stays in his land. And the plan was to join forces on that attack Medina, in the meantime, Hardiman elite is sent by Oba sodium. And by the way, we have to finish up here and continue next week. So the Wars of the data are what made Khalid call it

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the Wars of the data are what made harder than what he thought he did what he Yes, he had done what he had done in mortar, and the process and called him safe woman so you feel that he must lose. You are the unsheathed Sword of Allah. But mortar was just a maneuver to save. He didn't quite vanquish the Romans. And during the rest of the lifetime, the process of there wasn't any military engagement. So it was the Wars of the dead, that established the legacy or opened up the doors that caught even lead would then be put in charge of the armies of the foot to head against Rome and Persia. So the wars were his stepping stone to fight and this is all a less plan. Obviously, the did

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the wards were the stepping stone to then move on to the actual battles between the Romans and the Persians. So he sent highly definitively to fight mozila in Alabama, and the forces of harlot Of course, completely annihilated the forces of masala. You all know that why she was particularly eager to go because he wanted to go far to make up for having killed the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the uncle Hamza, and he took the same Javelin that he used to kill Hamza with. And he said that his Nia was just to kill masala, because he wanted to now defend the honor of the process of just like he had hurt the feelings of the Prophet. So as of now, he wanted

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to get that back. So his only goal for going and the only person he killed was more say than al Qaeda was, of course, protected. I mean, in the middle, but again, why is she being washy? That was his whole goal that he's known for. He managed to kill musella al Qaeda suggests at this point was still in nudged. By the way someone was saying them as followers, some of them still remained, by the way, and they fled away here and there. They remained on that religion for another few decades, believe it or not, books of history mentioned there was still some small forwards until finally unquote, although they just dissipated and disappeared, said Jai she was still in nudged.

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So when she heard of Hollywood's arrival, she simply fled, and she and she fled to Iraq and that at the time, Iraq was not conquered by Islam. Eventually, Iraq was conquered and she was in Basra and Kufa and she moved between Boston and Kufa. And by that time, by the time Islam came some time between this incident and Islam coming sajha had repented, re accepted Islam and live the rest of her life as a Zaha arrabida eva just like ascetic saint, this is one of those interesting quirks. So when Islam came to the lands of Iraq, said saddam had already embraced it. And she was already openly repentant. And therefore she was left unharmed

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because she had embraced to some of her own free will. And she died a Muslim and the governor of at office, the name is missing me now but the weather so how the famous lobby he prayed janazah for prisoners over sagia so this is one of those interesting twists that one earlier part of her life she claimed to be a prophet tests, and then she repented and if you repent outside of the reach of the state, even for such crimes, it shows something and she embraced Islam again and she died a Muslim and there are other stories as well inshallah we will continue them next Wednesday in sha Allah with data and I'll try to finish the read the words next Wednesday, I might not be able to

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because there's a number of things to do and also have to mention the, the compilation of the Quran as well very briefly, the with the philosophical book has to do so in sha Allah, that is the end from my side. I have

In this interesting talk, Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi directs his discussion on two fundamental aspects – issue of Fadak and the Battles of Ridda.

We understand that an agreement was mutually consented on between the people of Fadak and the Prophet ﷺ for avoiding an attack and how the remuneration received was utilized by the Messenger ﷺ for the betterment of the Ummah. Also, issues pertaining to inheritance of the wives and the daughter of the Prophet ﷺ, Fatima RA are elaborated in the talk by the Shaykh. The next point of discussion is the role played by Abu Bakr RA in dealing with this and how it affected the relation between Fatima RA and Abu Bakr RA.

The next topic that the Shaykh delves into is the battle of Ridda and the reasons for its commence. The acceptance of Islam by many tribes was never for their love of Eeman and Islam. They had hidden intentions some of which were: 

  • Reintroduction of Jahiliyyah and idolatry.
  • Introduction and belief in new Prophets in spite of behaving entirely like Muslims such as Musaylamah and Sajjah.
  • Cessation of Zakat amongst people.

Stories and incidents during this battle are explained in great detail whilst highlighting the eminence and role of a great warrior known for his military tactics and prowess, Khalid Bin Waleed RA.

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