Yasir Qadhi – Seerah – 11 Story of Waraqah Ibn Nawfil and Revelation Continued

Yasir Qadhi
AI: Summary © The Prophet system is a complex process for maintaining messier news events than its time before it. The speakers discuss the importance of honoring female Proph Body and the use of god's language for the Prophet system. The importance of profits and the need for people to trust predictions is emphasized. The conversation also touches on the historical significance of Islam, including the importance of conversion, the use of the Prophet system, and the importance of privacy in online media. The segment concludes with a brief advertisement for a book.
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Horace Mann Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Ali, he was behind my back. So in our last halaqa, we had talked about the beginning of the revelation, we had talked about jabril coming down and squeezing the profitsystem and reciting to him if this middle ductility hudec and the fact that when, when the Prophet system came back to his wife, Khadija Khadija took him to walk by Eben nofal. And we were still talking a little bit about what aka and what happened after that.

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In this narration, the question arises, how could the prophets ism as a prophet, go to somebody who's not a prophet here? For example, what aka and get knowledge from him? This doesn't initially makes sense, how could a profit go to a nonprofit? And as this nonprofit was happening to me, why is this happening? And in response, the scholars say, because at this point in time, he didn't recognize even that he was a prophet, he didn't understand what's happening to him. And this shows us that knowledge is so sacred and so important, that even prophets have no problem learning from nonprofits, because the one who knows is more knowledgeable than the one who doesn't. And therefore,

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even our Prophet Mohammed Salim even though he was a prophet, but he doesn't even recognize it now. So he goes to somebody who recognizes what is prophecy. And again, we need to realize the concept of a prophet was unknown to the Arabs. It was unknown. They had long forgotten, how was Abraham inspired? And what was his message, they just knew it was the heat. They didn't have the concept of profits, just like Hinduism or other religions of our time. They don't have the concept of a human being communicating with a law. And therefore when he didn't understand he went to who did it go to Walker, and Walker is coming from a tradition there are plenty of profits, right? what occurred was

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a convert, we said to something that is, it's neither Judaism or Christianity as it's called Judeo Christianity, right? It's his own understanding. So what are called, understood what is a prophet, and therefore in the process of them comes to him immediately he recognizes this is prophecy. And what you seen is the angel that communicates with all of the prophets and it communicates with Musa alayhis salaam. And of course, he mentioned Moosa because there's more of a similarity with Moosa than with Isa. Right? There's more of a similarity with Musa alayhis salaam than there is with a Salah his solemn now in that rewire in that Hadith, Khadija says, Are our issues were narrating what

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happened her teacher tells us the story of Warlock and then narrates from indirectly from Khadija that because you can actually never met Khadija her conduit is the profitsystem telling as well, that shortly after this worker passed away what aka died, I looked up as many books as I could in the classic references, I could not find any stories about what I've got other than this, after his Islam. So we only have one tradition from the Prophet system, when he was asked about what have they been nofal and he said, I saw him in gender, wearing beautiful garments, blessed with beautiful garments. Therefore, this shows that what was the first convert to Islam? And what after was the

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first Sahabi and what was the first person who died of the home of the Prophet system, and therefore what has entered agenda and he is of the oma of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returning to the Hadees that we talked about the long Hadith of the first revelation.

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Jabba dibner Abdullah continues the story. And he mentioned that after this time, the prophet system stopped getting any revelation fetter on why the revelation stopped. We've been about says that for many days, the prophecies would wander around Makkah, and the valleys of Mecca and the mountains of Mecca, wanting to see gibreel. Again, would you be would not appear. Some scholars even said this period lasted two or three years, but this is way too much. There's a reply from a boss who said 40 days and another famous have a temporary admin, he has already said that this period lasted for many days, so 40 days, many days, that for around a month after, so this is the month of chawan because

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it was in Ramadan. When the revelation began for an entire month and 10 days. The Prophet system is confused. I saw something but I don't see him again. But what is going wrong with me and this is when he says in the in the in the narration he says I was worried for myself, meaning he thought that he might be going hallucinating something's going mad with him. He doesn't understand what's happening. And he would go to the mountain of heroin

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expecting to see jabril again. But every day he would go and there's nothing there. Until finally, one day after he said around 40 days or so,

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one day, the prophet system was coming down the mountain, and he had come down. And he heard his name being called. So he says, I looked in front, and I couldn't see anybody. He's heard the name again, he looked behind him, there was nobody, he looked again, and he looked again, and he couldn't find but the name is being called. Now, when somebody calls your name, you really don't think of looking straight up in the air. It's just not in our fitrah to do that. So when he's looking everywhere, and he doesn't see it, then he said, I looked up. And there was the angel that I had seen at Hara.

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There was the angel of season algebra again, I had seen that hit off on a on a codici on a throne, between the heavens and the earth.

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And then he said, I began to tremble out of fear. Now Subhanallah he's wanting to see God. But when he sees him, it's simply too much for him. And he begins to tremble. And in wonder, in one report, he fell down on his knees out of shock and out of fear, he fell down on his knees, and then he got up again and out of fear out of panic. Once again, he begins to rush home. And this is when he runs home to Khadija. And he says zemi loonies and Milani. This is the time he says this again, cover me up. And again, this is something many of us have not experienced fear of this nature, may Allah protect us. But when you are so much afflicted with fear, you literally begin to feel cold, you

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begin to tremble, right, that type of fear. So he's feeling this fear after all, he's seen the angel dividend in his original form. He's seen a huge beast or creature, if you like of Allah, you know, in between the heavens and the earth, and therefore he begins to tremble. So he runs back to her deja he says, I'm balloon is a Maloney. And this was when the second revelation was revealed. And these were the first six or seven verses of Yeah, you have Muzammil Omen Laila in the color, sorry. Yeah, even with death in confer and there was back Africa. There was Yeah. Bhagavata. Here were Raja Fado, while at noon, the stack here was a lot bigger, possibly the seven verses from within, they

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were revealed. And therefore this is the second revelation of the Quran, the seven verses of Surah 10 would now here what is the wisdom of these 3040 days that the Prophet system was not inspired? Some scholars say that this was to prepare him for the second meeting, to make him recover, to recollect his energies to make him feel enthused, because now look what's happening. He's coming every day to try to meet Djibouti. And despite this preparation, when he sees him becomes terrified, imagine if it had come immediately, he would have been even more terrified. So this was to prepare him to calm his nerves down. Despite that he still reacted the way that he did. And all of this

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shows us over and over again, the humanity of our Prophet Mohammed Al Salaam, it shows us that he didn't pre plan this this is not the thing that a fraud, a charlatan, a two faced liar. Oh, the villa would do if somebody wanted to invent a grandiose story. And there are people who claim to have profits. Even here in America, there's a person and and there used to be person 100 years ago who claimed to be profit. And in India, there was a person who claimed to be a prophet 100 years ago, if you look at their stories, the stories that they invent are all grandiose, they're all this happened. And that happened. And I did that they put themselves to be the hero. Right? If you look

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at the story of the process of them, you find a human reaction, a reaction that could not be accept from a sincere person, that he wasn't expecting this. He didn't want it. When it happens. He's terrified. And he goes to his wife and he says that Maloney is me, Rooney, and what is this revelation? What is the relevance of these verses? Yeah, you would notice as well, by the way, that from the context, a lot of people think that the revelation occurred when he saw God, no, the revelation occurred in the house of Khadija, when the Prophet system went back, this means Jubilee must have followed him. And when he's covered up with the cloak with the garment in the house of

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Khadija God inspires him, and God speaks to him and God and says, Yeah, you help him with death here. Oh, you who is wrapped up in a garment, or you who has the shawl around you? Yeah, you have more depth, and the symbolism here, or you who are living in comfort, because when you're in a shell, you're in comfort. Yeah, you home with death. You're so comfortable here. Stop this life of ease, boom, stand up, you're sitting down, you're easy. Now you need to be active. Get rid of this cloak stand up. So there's an element here of you need to do something you need to be proactive. You need to go out you need to leave the sheltered life that you're living, you need to leave that that

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that few like warmth of the blanket, get rid of this, you know, the safety blanket, even children have it the safety blanket, you feel

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comfortable. And Allah says no offended, stand up, get rid of this comfort zone and go out and warn the people home for under what Rebecca kept bill. And while you're doing this warning, then glorify your Lord, Praise Him worship him. What if I kept bill with the abaca Fatah here and your codes your garments, make sure that they are clean. There's, again, a lot of symbolism here. First and foremost, literally and make sure you have clean clothes, don't have any images on them have a presentable appearance, all of this is literal, then there's this symbolism here that make sure that you have no sins to pollute you. Just like you're gonna have clean clothes. Make sure you have a

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pure soul a good heart with the abacha photo here. We're rouges a fair job. And as for idols, get rid of them and leave them while Rue de facto leave all idols. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala tells him that as you're preaching to the public, make sure that you are worshiping Allah purifying yourself and leaving all false idols what are some noon the stack theory? This is a complicated translation here. Munna means to, to remind somebody of a favor they've done to you. This is what many means, right? And a lot tells him, don't remind people of the favors that you've done. Because in order if you if you do this, what why would Why does somebody do this, you do it because you want

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to get the favor paid back, you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours, right? So when you give somebody a loan, then few months later you say, Can you remember I give you a loan, can I just borrow your car for a week and you just remind him of the favor, right? And when you remind somebody of a favor, then you get that favor back somehow. So Allah is saying, when you do good, don't do it to get the favors back from people. Anything that you do, do it for the sake of Allah don't do it to get repaid back by the other people. And again, this goes back to the concept of sincerity, that when somebody does something purely for the sake of Allah, nobody can challenge that person's

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intention. But when somebody has other intentions, then it tarnishes that person's reputation. And therefore the Prophet system was not allowed to take Zakat money, he was not allowed to take charity. He was not allowed to do anything for this for the sake of the religion and get money for that. He didn't do that. Because a lot of xojo told him hola esta kumada him Allah, Allah azza wa jal tell the people are not getting your money, I'm not getting your sustenance. So Allah subhanho wa Taala remind him and of course what it'll be good for us bill, the last it revealed what a lot bigger possibility. And for the sake of your Lord, be patient, there is an indication that you're

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going to suffer calamities, there's indication that life is going to be difficult, you're going to need patience, and the only way you're going to be patient is by doing it for the sake of your Lord. The only way you will be patient is if you do it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, this leads us to a little bit of a tangent here, and it is a necessary tangent, but it is a theological tangent.

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Of what exactly is why and how does y occur. And what happens when a person is inspired?

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What Hey, or inspiration is of course a direct communication from Allah subhana wa tada to mankind. And

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he mentions that our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was inspired by seven different means or methods or seven different ways. Because inspiration is not of one types. There's many different ways that the inspiration occurs. And the least of them, the lowest form of inspiration is true dreams. And this is the only form of inspiration that is still open to mankind. All other types of inspiration have been cut off. The lowest form of inspiration is true dreams and our profitsystem woodsy dreams before becoming a prophet, and after becoming a prophet, he could see true dreams before becoming a prophet because true dreams are not restricted to profits anybody can get true

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dreams. The second type of inspiration is the whisperings of the angels other than the angel tivity. This is called a lamb, the whisperings of the angel, and an example of this is the mother of Moosa being inspired by Allah, this doesn't make her a prophet. This type of inspiration does not make you a prophet. The mother of Musa was inspired by Allah. Allah says no Quran well hanaa elomi Moosa, We inspired only Musa does that make a mimosa prophet s? No, because this type of inspiration is different. And that is, we will never understand it. But this is something that is happens to the extremely righteous people that Allah chooses. Similarly, the mother of Isa, Allah mentions the

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Quran will hanaa Elijah, that we inspired her right we told her

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That this type of inspiration, it is, it doesn't make you a prophet or a prophet test. And it comes from Allah through the angels, that the angels give you this type of message to the heart. The third type of inspiration is to see the angel in front of you directly, and to speak to the angel directly. And this is what happened with Cora, it happened with madatha. It happened many, many times, that God would come to the Prophet system and speak to him directly. And usually, when God would come to him, he would come to him in the form of a Sahabi by the name of Dr. Al Kelby. This was in Medina not in Mecca. in Makkah, he would not take the form of in Medina, he would take the

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form of a day because there is an unsightly, there was in Medina, not in Mecca. And he would take the form of the here. And there, he was considered to be the most handsome of all of the Sahaba, he was considered to be the most handsome of all of the Sahaba. And therefore, Jubilee would just pretend to be in the form of the hair, and then come, and people would see him and think he's the hair. But he was not the who was Djibouti and Arusha and more than one occasion, saw the process of talking to the hair. And then she asked, What did they want from you. And the person said, that wasn't a that was jabril, who had come to me and the process and recognized him. But other people

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would think that this is the, this is the third type of way, the fourth type of what he

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is that. So the third type, the angel transforms to a human form, the angel becomes human like, and the Prophet system sees him. Sometimes the Sahaba see him, sometimes they don't, sometimes God will come and they couldn't see him. And sometimes he would come as in the famous hadith of Mr. katan. Right when we were sitting with the Prophet system, the hydrogen shadow theory shadows are the shadow layer to suffer Well, I don't mean that he was extremely white in his clothing, extremely black in his hair, and not a spot of dust on him. And this turned out to be jabril. Usually, when God will come, the Sahaba, in the form of Amanda Sahaba, would see him, but sometimes they would not

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see him. This was easier for the Prophet system to bear that when God became a human or look like a human. The Prophet system remained in his form, he remained how he was, and he could communicate directly with God. There was a more difficult inspiration, and that is number four now, right? We're number four now, number four, God would remain in his form, he wouldn't transfer into a human and the Prophet system would something would happen to him. We don't know what it's never going to we're never going to understand. But he would go into what we would call a trance, we would call it in English or trance, that he would lower his face, his eyes would close and the world around him

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becomes unknown, doesn't matter what's happening. He's in his own world. And that is the world of why. And Jubail is in his original form, meaning that the prophets are some something's happening to him to communicate with God, that He is getting some type of difference now what it is, we're never gonna know this is in the middle of it, but he would go into this trance and in this state, he says, I have seen him on multiple times, that when the what he was coming down on a cold day, he would break into a sweat. It's very difficult for him. And on another Hadith and another Hadith in Sahih Bukhari when Sula telemarketer came down, the Prophet says it was on a camel and suited man it was

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so heavy, the camel had to sit down. This is Sultan Merida being revealed, right? The Sahaba cannot see anything and camels can carry Mashallah, how many hundreds of pounds a kilogram when mighty, they came down the prophecies on the camel the camel had to sit down shows you how difficult if this was the camel, imagine our profit system as a loss as neuron in soliloquy, Allah koponen. cicada we're going to give you a heavy speech. And this was the heavy speech. Also it is narrated at once the Prophet system was on was resting on the lap of one of the Sahaba. And he was what he began. And the Sahaba felt a pressure and a pressure under pressure and a pressure until he thought that his

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thigh bone would crack. Can you imagine the thigh bone cracking because of the pressure of the way? This shows us that this was a very difficult process for our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it he was sending him. Hakeem in his I'm asked the profitsystem editor disable it. I give it to him as the professor

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gave a ticket What? How does he come to your school of law? So he told us numbers three and four. Even though there's more than these, he says sometimes gibreel comes to me in the form of a man

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and I understand what he says and sometimes he communicates with me

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and I hear a noise like the ringing of a bell

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It's very, he's comparing a noise like the ringing of a bell, it's a very loud noise is difficult to bear. He's hearing something. This is hyper buzz, a type of noise. And this one is more difficult for me. That's what we just said now that jubileus doesn't become a man who stays in his form of an angel. But the prophet system enters the world of way, the world of any military, whatever it is going to be. And he communicates with jabril, in a manner. And in both of these, the profitsystem said, and I understand what he tells me, the fifth type of war he

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was when he saw gibreel, in gibreel, his original form.

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In other words, God manifested Himself to the Prophet system, in his original form, and scholars of different how many times this happened, for sure it happened twice, once when it was revealed that was the original form, and once in the journey of Israel and marriage, and some scholars at a third time, but these are the two that we know that God showed himself in his original form. What is his original form? All that we know is that he was so big, he blocked the horizon, couldn't see anything else. And he had 600 wings 600. So that's the largest number of wings that the angels have could you believe is the most noble of all angels. So the profitsystem saw Djibouti in Djibouti his original

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form, the sixth type of way. The sixth type of way, is the way that this is something that is disputed how and when it occurred. But Ivanova mentions it. A lot inspired him directly with without the intermediate of the angels. Allah inspired him directly. Why, without the integrity of the angels, and this is something that he mentions, and I don't have an example I don't. I'm still wondering whether this one I would agree with and Alan knows best but this MLK you mentioned the seventh on political play dimensions, the seventh is the highest form of ye possible and that is

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Allah is direct speech.

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Allah is direct speech biller was at all

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right, number six is ullas. Direct ye number seven is Allah direct. kalaam kalaam en la, Colombo. And that happened once to our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the journey of a destroyed marriage. Only once did Allah subhana wa tada speak directly gibreel was not there as we will discuss in a few weeks inshallah when we get there, even jabril said, you go on Yeah, Mohammed for some I cannot go I don't have permission. I don't have the past to go beyond this. And so our Profit System went to a place where he could hear the scribes writing and cover costs at a dinner and he was closer then to those links. And he could see the Hey job of Eliza widget. When he was asked, Did

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you see your Lord He said I could I see him there was a hijab of light. And he saw this light of the veil. And that was when Allah spoke to him directly, like Allah spoke to Moosa. However, our Prophet was preferred over Moosa and Moosa is indeed worthy of preference and respect. But our Prophet was preferred over Moosa in that Allah spoke to Moosa on to the sign up, but Allah called our Prophet Mohammed sysm, to his presence in above the seven heavens. And so our Prophet system reached them a column that no other prophet ever reached before. And of course, after him, there is no prophet. Now, some scholars claim that our Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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he became a nebby, through the revelation of Allah, and he became more suited to the revelation of Yeshua and would have confronted

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that one Bismillah became doubt that's when he became an MP. And then when Yeah, even with that film, and it was revealed he became a bassoon. So this leads us to another tangent, which is again useful and interesting, and we should know it. And that is, if that is the case, well, then, what exactly is an A B? And what exactly is that a suit? And what is the difference between a nebby and a lawsuit? And what was our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? There are many opinions about this issue. I will only mention to you four of them for the sake of brevity, the first of these opinions.

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One group of scholars said there is no difference between an IB and a lawsuit

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maybe equals lawsuit, a lawsuit equals maybe

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they're synonyms, just like Toba and is still far are synonyms. Just like Zakat and sadaqah are synonyms. So nebby and rasuna are synonyms. Every nebby is the result of Eros food is gonna be

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this doesn't seem to be the strongest opinion because

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I have many, many, many reasons of them is the verse in the Quran, in which Allah says, women are seldom in public Amira, suelen wala, and Abby

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we didn't send before you either are a soul or an abbey except that Allah clearly says mimulus ulin wallaby. And had they been the same thing, then this would be against the eloquence of the Arabic language to pray something like this, had they been exactly the same, it doesn't make sense to put them together, we're going to send them a public metal suit in wallaby, and there are other evidences that are given. So it doesn't seem to be a very strong opinion that Russell and b are the same. Another common opinion is that a nebby is one who is inspired by Allah with a revelation. But he's not told to preach it to the people. Whereas the suit is somebody who is told to proclaim it to

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mankind. So he has a direct communication, but he doesn't preach, whereas our soul has communication and he preaches. Now this is doubly problematic. This is problematic on multiple levels. Firstly, well, this very ayah that I just quoted, look at the Arabic wema our cell Camila, Camila sulan, voila, maybe our cell nabee. So newbies are also sent.

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Babies are also sent by Allah, because Allah says out of cell now public number of student Wella nebby. And also our profit system. In the head Ethan Bahati said, I saw all of the profits on the Day of Judgment, and newbies, and there was a navy and he had a huge oma. And there was a navy and he had a small group, and there was a navy and he had five people, and there was a Navy he had two people, and there was a navy and he had no people following him. What is the show? navies are also preaching to the people and the bees have ambia have followings.

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Also, it doesn't make sense because

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the scholars are told that if you conceal knowledge, you're going to be punished.

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The scholars in fact the Muslim is told ballyhoo Annie, what do I

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so the average Muslim has to preach? How then can somebody be inspired by Allah? And he just sits at home and does nothing? This doesn't make sense even logically, right? Even though this is a common opinion, many of you might have heard it, and it'd be somebody who has why, but he doesn't preach, whereas it as soon as somebody who has watched any preaching, but it doesn't even make sense, let alone what and what doesn't make sense. The third opinion, is that a law soon

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someone who has been given a new shediac

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and nebby is someone who follows the shady out of the rhassoul before him,

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or as soon as someone who has a new code of laws, whereas the nebby is somebody who follows the shady out of the lawsuit. So the rule comes with Sheree x 50 100 and a B come they all have shady acts. When a new lawsuit comes we'll show you a why. Then another 2050 100 nobody comes they follow OSHA dry. So this is another opinion. Well, this opinion would seem to be good except for the fact that it doesn't match up to all of the examples.

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It doesn't match up to real life scenarios. Who can give me an edge case where it doesn't seem to fit the raw data doesn't fit with the hypothesis.

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Well, that doesn't negate the fact that he's a student nebby Moosa and Harun What about him?

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When I think

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about this, for most of us,

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and heroin was, was how rune only and Abby are also out of school. This is something that scholars have we mentioned this a few weeks of Ramadan, we were talking about this. Scholars have some scholars have said that how one was only an abbey and some have said that he was at a school and and maybe because of the other verse that we mentioned.

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Or is it

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out of cinema, you notice the murder mystery. The other night coming to me now but the word Odyssey is mentioned. Right? I'll send them out a horror novel. But there isn't enough But okay, this would in fact support the data. This would support the data. How about another example that doesn't support the data

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and saw the

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use of his brothers What about use of

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by this definition he wouldn't be able to sued.

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But what's yours?

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What's your evidence for this?

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Oh he's not in a suit.

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What's your evidence the use of visitors who

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has a chapter named after

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Maryam has a chapter named after her and she's not a prophet has

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question whether women prophet test is

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very easy for you to deny

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our sisters might disagree

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our sisters What do you say?

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Mashallah, these are

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I can assure you in many other gatherings I go to the sisters want there to be prophet SS prophets of the female species gender Excuse me, I'm not species and

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they quote evidences they quote evidence says we're going to attention from attention but this is interesting. They caught evidences of their evidences is

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of their evidence is his

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job right and he said I'm come to them. And Allah says, Well hyena

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and other evidences is for Moosa because Allah uses the word ya for Mimosa, right? And other evidences is Allah says in the Quran to Merriam that sloughi to that

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identify the mean, right, that I have chosen you above every single other lady and so if Allah has chosen her to that level, then she's got to be not just a regular person, but a Debbie. And in fact, and in fact, a number of scholars of the Islamic tradition did argue that they were female prophet SS of them is a shoddy of them is a call to be of them is even hesitant. andalusi these people all believed that Allah sends men and women profits. So for those who want to preach this, they have some precedents. They're not coming out of the blue. Okay? Now, if somebody were to quote them and I in the Koran,

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which restricts Prophethood to the male, what what is the verse?

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What is the verse?

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Lady gentlemen, something I like this.

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I like this. The word religion has got to be mentioned somewhere. It's

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right, but what's the verse? You just quoted the one word, the man.

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so what does that got to do with the prophethood? Right?

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Omar Sonoma publica. Illa de Giada new a la him in a little hora. Right. Illa de Jalan new hayday Mahal Cora. Allah mentions two conditions for Prophethood for every person that we send before you was a man from the people of the town, from the people of the cities. Allah never sent Bedouin prophets, Allah sent prophets of the cultivations of cities right now, you quote this to our has an earth shattering to urban hasm they will say yes, we agree out of selling our soul. And we are saying Mario is a nebby Okay, so the ayah says we agree with it.

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And the other eye comes to mind.

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You say this is an interesting discussion here now, and it's very relevant to our times when a lot of debates are happening about

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so they quote the so of course, the number one example for a female prophet test is who

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mme correct right, so let us concentrate I'm going to the tangent of attention by the way, but I think everybody's interested in this so we can afford the luxury here and inshallah we have plenty of time to have the secret inshallah. Tada. So a number of interesting points here, if Maria is the example that they choose, let us see how Allah describes them in the Quran.

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It is agreed that the angel showed himself to magium correct? Does an angel showing yourself to a human make the human a prophet?

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What's your evidence? The Sahaba exactly right. seeing an angel does not make you a prophet, or else I would be a profit. I should be a profit. Everybody would be profit, right? Seeing the angel God does not make you a profit. And we already mentioned the types of way and one of them we said

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In ham, which happens when the angels coming, that's not necessarily the way of the prophets, right?

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I mean, you have another example where,

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in the absence of a prophet

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Yes, there are plenty of a hadith that an angel came to one of the people to test him, the bald man and the man who did that there are plenty of traditions, the angel coming and talking to the people directly. There's an even a hadith in Bahati that says, A man was visiting his brother for the sake of Allah, and he met an angel. And this guy's of a man, and the angel spoke to him, why are you going? What are you doing? What's your purpose? You're only doing this for Allah, then I am the angel that Allah has sent to you to tell you that Allah loves you because you're visiting your brother. Right? So clearly there are angels that visit humans, right? And this is not restricted. By

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the way to the prophets. Even it could happen right now. You never know. There's no closure to this chapter. But you have something to add. Somebody has

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we don't know of angels up. We're coming to somebody in the previous generations, MATLAB, sadly, we don't know. But we know for a fact he came to people of this oma and people saw him and spoke with him. Right?

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Therefore, it's, this is the first point. The second point,

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Allah mentions in Surah, Allah Emraan.

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Maria and Maria and recently, Mr. Lamb. What is the law say? For sabini? To help me out here,

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the phrases we'll move on to do Can I couldn't write

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what is the phrase before it? This is the strength of health when you can see what's before it after it, you can do it right on the recovery

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model and then you focus on what's before that will almost do before this, Allah mentions that

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Lisa is just like, on holiday.

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Right? profits have bluesil have come before him. And as for his mother, his mother was a Siddiqa. Notice he was a rustle of the Russell and his mother was a Cydia ca clearly Allah is mentioning their levels and we know that of the levels that will not occur. Lillian Anam Allahu Allah, him. Mina Nabina was Cydia. Tina was Shahada, he was solid him, right. These are the four levels never been said the 18 shuhada solid. So when Allah mentions Isa, he is going to be in and the Rosary. And then he mentions Maria and he says, will Moo hoo, Siddiqa. So clearly, therefore, putting all the evidences together. The majority opinion has always been that

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the prophets of Allah have only been meant there is a minority opinion. And this is an opinion that does exist. Let us now get back. We're talking about these differences about Shula nebby. And so we set it as who has the new Sharia and it has the same shediac right, I'm asking you, does this fit up with our raw data? And we were talking about this about was use of our solar heavy so let's get back over here was here a solar and Evie, come on guys, we give a whole series of pseudo use of 16 rockets.

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You all feel

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to me and I have the Quran

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that Yusuf Islam,

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then he's an abbey.

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You have something to add?

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First, you want only the profits to be men only. Now when you fail in answering the question, you say go as the sisters. This is a contradiction in manhood.

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But what is it? Is it your God? This is circular. This is that's your definition of soon. This is a circular definition. You see the problem here? We're trying to define the silent a new Booyah. And then based on that definition, you are classifying profits, but what's the evidence? You see the problem here, right. It's a circular definition.

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Use of appears to have been or soon.

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That's not the iron that I'm thinking of. Had to either. halakha Holton

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linea Baca, LogMeIn by De Pere Sula, what are the Joker Muse? Superman, probably not.

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He's sort of often from a zebrafish that can be measured can be hacked either halakhah pulled from the nearby Salome by de Rasulullah. What are the use of Rasulullah

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kalon sort of awful footage on the top first I on the right hand side. Clearly Yousuf is mentioned as a prosumer. Right. Therefore this throws one Spanner. Is there any other example? Come on, there's such an obvious example sisters, let's see. Such an obvious example. That doesn't fit up with the raw data and the raw data doesn't fit up with this definition sisters.

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Adam, okay, Mashallah. You reclaim some of your

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Adam, if a nebby is someone who follows the shady of the previous prophets,

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was Admiral Souter and Abby.

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Haha, so now we get into the whole issue, then? What's your evidence? Is that a suit?

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You know?

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If there's no shitty I, before, Adam, according to this definition, how can you be an A B?

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Do you guys seeing? And you know, honestly, I asked this to some of the advanced students when I teach in a Muslim, and I do this on purpose, to demonstrate something. And that is that these simple questions, we just gloss over them from Sunday school, and we never think about them. Right? Such a simple question, what is NFV? And what is it a suit? And we're like, we think we know so much. And then now when we get confronted with raw data with or understand that, even this begins to crumble, and we realize how little we know, right? And that's why the scholars say, the more you know, the more you realize, you don't know, the more you know, the more you realize, you don't know,

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user was ever sued. And Adam was a nebby and naturo sued,

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had eaten Hades in a Muslim environment. That without as the Profit System that yellow sutala and Abby and can Adam was Adam and Abby. And the President said Nam mocha lemma? Yes, Allah spoke to him. And Jenna Allah spoke to him now mocha lemma, and Allah spoke to Adam acuna, Adam was gone and there was a joke agenda, right? And in the editing sahadi, the professor sort of said a word or a suit in order to say that a lot of new alayhis salam

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ala rasulillah. The first Rasool is no. So this is really this is raw data now. The first Rasool is nor Adam is a nebby. Right. And therefore, this doesn't add up now. That if the first reaction is that it doesn't add up. And then of course, there are other examples of just telling you, you're getting already confused. dellwood and Sulayman?

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No, this is an epi.

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Well, who's the who's the one who said? I'm not the one saying that? That's the point. you're defining it. And then you're making a circular back?

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You see what I'm saying?

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No, I said this is the third opinion.

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This is the third opinion

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is getting too hot people are getting.

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Yes, this was a Navy nurse who

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was a navy and Idris was before and what Idris was before No. And if this was an Abbe, he was not at a school. So this does not add something this third opinion does not make sense. Right? And then the two other examples are what did I just say? Deadwood and Suleiman. They were Russell, even though the shady guy they followed was a shady of Moosa.

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They were Russian, and they had books given to them.

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Why Tina, Buddha, the Buddha,

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but they're shady or they followed was the same, there was no change. There's a board even to this day, the Psalms of David is nothing but praise, singing the Spirit. And I mean, there is no law at all invisible. Because there's a board was not meant to be a law and therefore are assumed can even get a book. But that doesn't mean that it's going to have a new law.

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Right. And so all of this doesn't fit up with the raw data, the raw data doesn't match up with the hypotheses. So we have to go back

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to the drawing board, right? going on and on, there are three four opinions. I'm not going to, but I just wanted to illustrate this point. This is power law, we need to learn our religion, we need to study and personally I find this the most fascinating subject was theology. That's why I'd love to specialize in this. Moving on now. So the correct opinion shallow will give you the correct opinion.

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One of the workers, okay. The correct opinion seems to be the one that I've been Tamia propounded. And of course, you know, I'm a big fan of even taymiyah He is my mentor and my person I considered one of the greatest causes of Islam. And you can see why that when he discusses he discusses with precision with accuracy with academic detail. And then Tamia says, let's look at the linguistic meaning of nebby and was soon nebby comes from Napa, another amines information and medicine alone and in never allow him. And so a nebby is somebody who informs you what Allah once you attempt to inform, so and maybe has information from Allah, so whenever he has to preach, and then it'd be has

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to teach by the word nebby Yun, Bo, he gives information anila right. So the word nebby automatically implies he's speaking to you a message from Allah. Okay. Our assume comes from out of seller, unicellular sulan, which means to send an emissary, a delegate, a representative, an ambassador. So our suit is somebody whom Allah sends, and you send a person or a soul to a nation that generally you are not on friendly terms with.

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And so a Rasool is sent to a nation that does not believe in him.

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Whereas the nebby teaches to a people that already accepts him.

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And if you look at this definition, all the raw data fits into place. All of it. Did any of Adams children reject him?

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No. Did any of that he says people reject him. Well, aha, let's get to know

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what happens.

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People rejected him. People rejected him, and he was sent to them. He was sued.

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Right? Use of now he becomes a sued and not an Abbe, because he's sent to the people of Egypt. Right now, Odin, Suleiman, they are sent to larger groups, and they are fighting the established kingdom, one of the very few prophets who established the kingdom on earth, right? Only the ones that we know that would answer the minor Prophet Muhammad so that we know they established the kingdom on earth and a power on earth. And so they are assumed. And look at the MBR. And the classic example is Isa and yahaya. Two cousins, their mothers were sisters. Right. The one that assumed the other is a baby. Why was the difference? They accepted? Yeah, they rejected. Theresa. They accepted. Yeah, they

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rejected ERISA. So this definition seems to be precise. And that it potamia says, generally, every lawsuit does have a new shirt. Yeah, but this is not a rule. It's just a symptom, which has exceptions.

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It's a adjective, it's a description, which is generally true, but it's not the rule. And there are exceptions. So every rule does not necessarily have a new idea. But generally, every rule did have a new idea. And

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if it asked the prophet SAW the last set of editors machinima wouldn't have if it asked the prophets of Allah, Allah who was selling them. How many messengers did Allah send? How many rhassoul and the Prophet system said 310 and something.

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And this number is something that seems to have some type of power to it, because that is the exact number of butter, right? And it is also the exact number of

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310 in something.

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Well, of course, the restroom, yes.

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And it is also the exact number of the people of pollutes, who crossed over the river, from a fossil polluted during the holiday and along with the convener Simon Sheri Berman, who Felisa mini when David and Goliath had the fight and pollute took his army, right? The people who crossed over after that were around 310 and something so this number, some seems to be recurring and a number of times. So the process of said how many lawsuits Rossum said 310 and something a large quantity, many don't trivialize just because it's 310 don't think it's trivial. Their quality, their quantity is large returns something so he asked him and how many profits were there. So he said 124,000 or 24,000 this

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Howdy This is Mr. Mohammed. And it is a shout out either has an authentic and this is another indication that was who the nebby are not the same. And from this we derive every lawsuit is a Navy but not every Navy is or soon rissalah is higher, decided is higher than nebby. And every is every lawsuit is an Abbe not every Navy is a suit. And out of the Russell, there are the nasm, who are five

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out of the Russell, they are the elites of them. Oh, nice memento Russell. And these are, of course, the greatest ones that humanity has ever seen. And these are no and Ibrahim and Moosa and Isa and our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And one more point at Hong Kong Allah before we move on, and that is that

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the concept of mankind having prophets is really a concept that we need to really I wish we had more time for this. But this is a theater class. Of course, it's relevant. That's why we're doing all of this because what is our what is the CLR? It's a discussion of the lawsuit, the final lawsuit, right? So although this is irrelevant tangent, but this tangent will lie, it's so important. Maybe we'll do another class on it separately. And that is basically why does mankind need profits? What is the purpose of sending prophets and this is the crux of the difference between us and the rest of humanity.

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That we believe that the only guidance that is ultimate guidance is the guidance that comes from Allah subhanho wa Taala through the prophet, whereas the rest of the bulk of the world believes that we will find our own way in life. We will experiment with different laws and different customs and find what is best for us. Whereas we believe the best law is the law of a law and only a law has the right to ultimately legislate, right the ultimate legislation belongs to Allah subhana wa tada and Allah knows what is best for us. We believe this as Muslims, and that is why Allah sends prophets continuously. To deny that Allah sends prophets is to deny the mercy and the power of Allah. I

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repeat to deny a lessons profits because there are many people on earth who say, yeah, God created us, but then he let us be, you know, God created us but then you know, he has nothing to do with this anymore. And this is insulting to Allah azza wa jal, and the Quran mentions this. What is the ayah suited and I'm

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certain and

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verse 1991, Allah says, one mile closer to LA vaca D is orlu Manzil Allahu Allah Bashir Eman shade, they did not.

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This is very difficult for other alacati which means I'll translate metaphorically tafsir this is not an exact translation, they did not give the respect that is due to Allah.

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When they said Allah does not reveal anything to mankind.

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They insulted Allah by claiming that there is no revelation there is no Prophethood why Mercado la Taka de pollo. manzanilla, who eventually made shade

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for God, so truly love the world, we would say like Christians say For God so truly loved the world, that he continued to send profits to us from the beginning, up until the very end. This is a sign of Allah's love for us, that there's always going to be prophets preaching the truth. And without knowledge of the prophets, there is no ultimate knowledge of truth. How do we know what is right and wrong? How do we know what is haram? And how that how do we know what is illegal and legal, moral and immoral? Unless there were prophets of Allah, and look around the societies and nations, although their laws differ? No two countries, in fact, no two states within this country have the

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exact same laws. One thing might be legal in one land and illegal in another land. Right? And logically, rationally, it doesn't make sense. I mean, if it's illegal in one land, why should it be legal in another, but this is the way you know, mankind is that because when they don't have a standard, this is what's going to happen. For us, we have the ultimate standard. And that standard is the law of Allah azza wa jal getting back to the Sierra scheler of 10 minutes, we'll just wrap up this portion of it. And I think this was a necessary tangent about theology and about sending profits and the concept of profits. In this early time, when under was revealed,

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we only have a few brief stories of what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam will do. And that is that he would preach to his immediate friends and family. And we already mentioned that the first convert, really the first convert would have been his wife Khadija, because she converted without even knowing what it was she converted to. And this shows her faith in her husband, that Allah is never gonna humiliate you, it was never gonna cause you to go straight. You are a person who is kind who is merciful was tender. And so she converted without even knowing what it is she's converting to. That's the power of the strength that she had in her husband. And the second convert would have

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been what have I been known for, which a lot of people overlook, and a lot of people jumped to the third and that's it or a worker would not but what was the second

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Convert. And he converted without even saying the Shahada because there is no Shahada to say at this point in time, right? There is no Shahada to say, but he converted by saying, You are a prophet. That's conversion, right? And he died without ever praying a prayer without ever but because he had that sincerity. And he affirmed that this is a prophet of Allah, the prophets of samsara in gender. The third convert, after all of this, people differ, is that it or is it a double bucket? Or is it Zaid Ibn Hadith, these three, right, and people have all three opinions. And one of the easiest ways to resolve this, they say, the first child to convert was Ali.

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And the first slave to convert was eight. And the first adult Fremont to convert was aboubaker. Right? There's an easy way out all three are first, right? Allah knows best who was the first but all three are first, right? This is the good way out, we give respect to all of them, of course asked for it. There's no question that he was of the earliest of converts. Why? Because he's being raised by Khadija and the Prophet Mohammed sostenere. Right in their household is Addie. And when they convert, obviously, Ali as well is going to convert. And at this time, he was probably around 10 years old. And we already mentioned that when the process of gotten married to Khadija he offered

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a job that will take care of your newborn. And that newborn was early, right? I'll take care of a newborn because I thought it was a very poor man, very poor man. And so he offered to raise him and feed him and whatnot. And therefore it was raised up in the household of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then of course abubaker, and the conversion of a worker is well known. And

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the Prophet says in praise of a worker like he prays no other companion and he mentioned the conversion. We don't know an exact story. All we know is that when the process and presented Islam to him, he converted instantaneously. And this is mentioned in a hadith that the President said in Medina, that once when the companions began to disagree amongst themselves and a little bit of a tussle, happened, a verbal fight happened. The Prophet says, Adam said to Roma, he got a little bit frustrated with something that Armand had done. And he said to Omar, that Allah sent me with the truth. But all of you accused me of being a liar.

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And it was only abubaker who said, You are telling the truth.

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All of you accused me of being a liar, but it was only Abu Bakar. Who said, You are so doctor and he is acidic. And in another Hadith, the prophet system said there was not a single person who were invited to Islam, except that he had some doubts before he converted, thinking Should I or not accept for abubaker for as soon as I presented, he did not hesitate and he accepted. And that is why by unanimous consensus of all Elizondo, jamara aboubaker is the best of all companions, and anybody who curses aboubaker May Allah curse be upon that person? The prophets of Salaam said

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Allah has chosen me as a holy

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so I cannot choose 100 what is the Helene

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is a sincere friend, a friend that is the highest level and you can only have 100 so the person who said Allah has chosen me as a Helene.

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So I cannot have any other candidate. But were I to choose a Colleen it would have been Abubakar.

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This Edison boccardi were I to choose 100 would have been a woodworker. And we already mentioned that the only Sahabi who was mentioned by name in the Quran is of course, Zaid, right, and that is a great honor. No question about it. The only other Sahabi who's directly referenced is Abu Bakar. Right, in which I

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tarneit needed Houma. filati Allah calls Abu Bakar 30th name

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and Allah mentions the pronoun is Houma when the two of them are in the cave. So the only other component that is directly by pronoun not by name by name is only is eight, but directly mentioned a lot praises him the second of the two, the first of them being Rasulullah. So Allah called him the second of the two, and that is enough of an indication of his rank in this oma. He is second to none other than Mr. Salim. What more do you need? What more do you need? Right? Sadly ethnic, a lot Kazim in the Koran, and therefore we have no problem saying that anybody who does not consider our bucket to be a Muslim, that person is not a Muslim. Well, I have no problem saying this, because a lot of

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calls him in the Koran Fanny Anthony, and the Prophet says and praised him to such a level that it is simply not possible for a believer in Allah and His messenger to disbelieve in the status of Abu Bakar. And this is my opinion that I will defend, very staunchly. Nonetheless, this is Abu Bakar

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We say he is number, depending on how you want to put it, but he's number one of the adult males, right? The convert after worker is eight. And we mentioned Zaid story and how the process of adopted him and at this time he's called native in Mohammed. And then many years later in Medina, his calls even had it. So much of the above said, I never knew that they'd was anybody other than say they've been Mohammed until Allah revealed, you know, sort of, sort of to accept that he's being raised thinking that they is a bin Mohammed, and that is a hadith. And these converts were directly from the Prophet system directly. The next batch of converts all converted from the hands of a worker.

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And this shows us how Allah helped the Prophet system by abubaker. The next batch of converts, the next four converts, all of them are at the hands of a worker. Number one amongst them side MW will cos number two risk management fund number three is available an alarm number four of the roadmap now, these are the next four Congress in Islam I repeat, sadly, who costs are less money than Zubaydah than a one and the Roman even out and all of these four are of the earliest converts to Islam. They are all converts at the hand of a woodworker. But as soon as the Prophet system approach abubaker aboubaker, converted a look and then went to his immediate circle of friends and spoke to

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the people that he knew. And all of them converted within the next few weeks of this incident of this of the preaching of the robocall Saturday we will cos was the youngest of them. And he was a young boy probably around 16 years old when he converted, and suddenly will cost was from a great family of the kurush. His mother when she when she left idolatry, his mother threatened him tried to torture him. And then she used emotional blackmail. And she said, I am going to stop eating and drinking until you worship idols. And I will die a painful death in front of you that emotional blackmail until you leave your faith. He tried to convince her he tried to cajole or he tried to but

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she withered away she was you know sickening and weakening and and on her basically deathbed, until sad became very emotional and really riled up. And he said to his mother will lie Almighty I swear by a lot of my mother, that I'm not going to give this religion no matter what you do. And if I had 100 rulers in me, and I had to give up every rule and see you die in every single one of them, that I will still not go back to worshipping idols, I can't do this. And so when his mother saw that determination, then she broke her fast and she started eating and in response to this Allah revealed in the Quran We're in jaha Dhaka, Allah and to shake Avi Melissa Kabir, illman, Farah to the Roma.

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Also Hey, Mama dunya ma hufa. If they force you to try to worship idols, don't listen to them, but be good to them in this world. Don't be harsh to them be good to them. And this one, this came down as a result of * Obi Wan cos suddenly what causes that person whom that he was the first person to ever throw a bow and arrow for the sake of Islam. The very first person signed up, of course, is the only person that the Prophet system said to him, that may my mother and father be given for you in ransom. Now this was an expression in Arabic May my mother and father be given for you and ransom is an expression of Arabic which basically means I would give up everything for you. That's what it

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means. And the prophecies are never said this to anybody except for Saudi Arabia of costs. And he said to sailing across across Fidel Abbey with me, and that is a huge honor that the Prophet has been saying to Sat Nav, what costs and of course that is was one of those who was chosen in the Shura. When Earth man was killed, he was assassinated. Earth man is on his sorry another man Rama. Rama is on his deathbed. Omar says, I will choose the only people left alive who I am sure that the Prophet system was well pleased with when he died, and he chose number one amongst them sided nebula. Number one amongst us. This is sad. This might even offend you don't need to know the

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blessings of more and more we have said enough over the amount of fun and we'll get more to him more and more. And of course it's mine was one of those in the shadow of aroma is available and one was the third convert of a worker is available. A woman is a direct cousin of the prophet SAW Selim.

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Like it has a cousin except not through the uncle but through the aunt. So Zubaydah is also a cousin of it. And he's the cousin of the Prophet system. His mother is Sophia Binti Abdullah Polly. His mother is Sofia, Binti Abdullah and is available in at one is a Sahabi the son of a Sahaba the father of a Sahabi because his son is our beloved Israel.

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By the brother of a Sahabi, he is of the most noble of all Sahaba In this sense, and the Prophet system said, every single prophet has been given a special protector or friend, I should say, howdy, so disciple, every prophet has been given a special disciple, and Allah has given me as my Howdy. So wait a minute, this is a very different one. And the other person, Abdullah, Abdullah, Abdullah, veteran, as you all know, to be the, the businessman, the trader, right. Abdullah might have been the was the eldest of these converts after aboubaker. He was in his 30s was already a young man. And he was very wise in business, even at this stage. And he was very honest in his dealings. And when a

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worker approached him with Islam, he accepted Islam offers the famous one who when he left Makkah, he had to give up all of his belongings to the whorish he came a beggar only having the clothes on his back, right. And the inside he said to him, that famous statement, the inside he said to him, that I have two gardens, I'll give one to you. I have two wise I'll divorce one give one to you. I have two stories in my house choose one. This is the famous of their mouth. He didn't even have a single thing except to the clothes on his back. And he said, may Allah bless you just tell me where is the marketplace, and let me just go and start selling things. He took some butter that was his

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food for the day, he took that, and he started selling this and that this and that, until finally he came with some gold. And he got married and he's got perfume. He's wearing his garment. And he became a rich businessman. As you know, this is Abdurrahman, Ebony, the famous African American now who lived a very noble and a very beautiful life after that.

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The next companion who converted was Abdullah had been Masood Abdullah bin Massoud. And the story of his conversion involves both aboubaker and the Prophet system together in Massoud. Now, all of these converts, by the way that we mentioned were nobleman. They're all from the Quran. And all of them were to have very prominent lives in Islam. And we as Muslims should really know these names by heart and we should know their stories and know the differences between them. Right? These are people spamela onepoint. Brothers and sisters, every one of these early converts became a legend. And why not because it shows the converted early, right? Every one of these early converts is a

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mountain in and of himself. He's an oma in and of himself and his stories and his legend. And of course, it is expected that these people who convert at that stage, they will become the best of the best. And the next major convert that we'll discuss is a bit rude. A bit rude, was the one of the first to convert who was not of the nobleman of the harsh, but he was not of the slaves. He was a servant class, right. So he's not a slave. But he was not of the nobility of the Qureshi was of the Yemeni tribes, and he worked as a servant. So he was not lowly. But he was not Noble. He was not of the nobleman. He was not of the elite. He was in the middle. And even as Ruud was hired to be a

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shepherd, for me, I've been worried that enemy of Islam and the prophesy Nova, he tells us a story about Massoud. And he says one day I was with my flock. And I saw two men come in the distance and I didn't recognize them. He didn't know who they were. Because he's a servant. He's not paying attention to the people of Mecca. And so the two of them come and say, oh, young man, and he was a young man, or young man, we are thirsty. Can you give us some milk? He has plenty of sheep. Give us some milk. So even Massoud says, and he shows his honesty. He says, I'm afraid I can't because these don't belong to me. I don't own them that it's my right to give you their milk. They belong to

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somebody else. And so it's not my writing. This shows his honesty, that he's being so precise that I can't give you it's not mine to give. I wish I could but I can't. So the profitsystem said, very well. Show us one of the the sheep goats that has stopped giving milk, elderly sheep goat that doesn't give any milk anymore. Show us which one is that. So he said that one now is beyond the age of milk. So the process that have got this worker got it for him, and he made the law and he robbed the other of the goat. And lo and behold, it became full in front of the eyes of him Massoud and they milked it right then and there. And they drank it. Now this is the milk that is coming from a

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candidate they don't this is not from it. He is a miracle from Allah. Right. This is we don't need your permission. You're not the one that this milk does not come except for the blessings of Allah. So the milk this and they drank it. And even miss Ruth is just astonished because he's seeing a miracle with his own eyes. And he asks, Who are you and he is told that this is Abu Bakar and this is Mohammed the Prophet system. And so he converts right then and there and he became the sixth convert to Islam. Even Masood was the one whom the process of him said, if you want to know how to read the Koran, read the Quran the way even Massoud does, this is even mustard. Mustard is the one

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who said that I

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learned more than 70 solos that is two thirds of the Quran. I learned more because 70 sutras is the bulk of the Quran, I learned more than 70 sutras directly from the mouth of the Prophet says, Mama, I don't need you to teach me. I learned the Quran directly from the mouth of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then after this and with this, we will conclude inshallah, the next batch of converts was a lot of the slave class. Those who are not the Freeman of Makkah, and a lot of people converted, most famous amongst them is, of course, be done in Abuja and hubbub, right and

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yourself, and his wife, Samia, and their son, Amar, and many other stories are all of these converts, they began to convert after these elite noblemen have the courage and they will Massoud had converted one final story in Sharla. Just to conclude with this, and then we'll move on next time, a very interesting story of a Yemeni by the name of Ahmed Eben Avista very interesting story. Very interesting. And it shows us a lot about early Islam. And it shows us a lot about the prophets. Islam

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tells us in the first person, his narrating his own story, that in the days of jaha, Leah, I knew that idol worshipping was wrong. And I knew that my nation was upon misguidance and I didn't do this. So news came to me that somebody in Makkah was preaching something like I was saying

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that idolatry is wrong. news reached me in Makkah, that somebody is saying something like this. So I traveled all the way from Yemen to Mecca. And I found out who is this man, and I found him macduffie this is very important. Next week, we're going to come back to this macduffie means that he was not public. He was hiding. I found him McAfee he was hiding. And I asked him, Who are you?

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He says I was gentle. I fell out of tomorrow who I was nice to him. I kept on talking. And then I asked him, Who are you? What are you? Manta, not worried. But what are you? So the profitsystem said, nlb. I am a profit. So he said what is an IB? By the way, this shows us the process. I think he's in IB. Because everyone who is an IB it's I'm in it what so he says what is a profit. And the part of the process of said, a prophet is someone whom Allah has sent out to sell any law. So nebby ourselves, we said, so he is a suit, he is an AVI, I am somebody whom Allah has sent to mankind. So he asks, with what, what has he sent you with? So the Prophet system said, to fulfill the ties of

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kinship, to be good to the family, and to break all idols? And that only Allah subhana wa tada be worshipped. This is my message. Notice, no Salah nausicaa no hug, it's just be good to one another. And worship Allah, Allah. This is the basics of Islam. Right? This is the basic message of Islam. So Allah said, who has followed you, who your followers, he said, one free man and one slave. Now there were more than this. But it's showing us this is early Islam, Abu Bakar, and Bella, these are my two main followers, one free man and one slave. So I'm going to says, I want to be your follower.

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Now, Ahmed is the first non mucky person to come and say he wants to convert in this early era. The Prophet system says, you cannot do this now. He rejects the conversion of ama. You cannot do this. We're gonna come back to this point next week. He rejects the conversion of ama, you cannot do this now. Don't you see my situation? I have to hide from my own people. You're not able to you're not a quarter sheet. You're going to be killed. You can't do this. Now. Right now. I'm preaching. This was the early now what we're going to come to this, the early Dawa. He's only preaching to well under asherah, Taka, and uclouvain. He's only preaching to his own kith and kin, his own people. So he

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says you cannot do this. Now. Go back to your people. Now this this is the phrase really interesting. Go back to your people. And when you hear that I have been victorious over my people then come back to me. It's pilot. This is the first year of the Dharma. And he already knows that I was going to help him out. When you hear that I have been victorious then come to me. And Palmer says I went back to Yemen waiting and knowing that eventually his power would be supreme because I knew that this is a prophet. And when I heard that the process of immigrated to Medina, I went all the way back to Medina. And I entered the messenger to the process of them. And I said he out of

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sort of law, * out of the need to recognize me

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has been how many years now? At least 15 years at least.

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15 years since this initial incident has happened, right? And the process of looked at him and said, yes, you are the man who came to me from Yemen in Makkah spiral does remember the name but yes, you're the one who came to me, right? And so that's when he accepted Islam. And he became one of the Mahajan, one of the immigrants to Mecca. And this we will talk about inshallah to derive some of the points of wisdom and benefit and the issue of the secret data and I will mention next week there's no such thing as a secret that we're we don't use this term at all. It is rather a private data or a closed our and why was it private and why was it closed and what happened and shallow tada that will

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be next Wednesday be the night Tada. And with that we conclude this Hadar and ask somebody to make the events

In this video, Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dissects the entire happenings that transpired amidst the Second Revelation to our beloved Prophet ﷺ.

Numerous questions come to the fore and each question is explicitly elaborated upon with impeccable answers. For instance, how was Surah Muddaththir revealed? What verses were revealed to the Prophet ﷺ from this Surah initially?

What exactly is a revelation? How does it occur? It is a direct communication from Allah to mankind. Ibn Qayyim said the Prophet ﷺ was inspired by 7 different means which are elucidated by Shaykh Yasir and we are left in awe. The Shaykh also discusses the reason for the 30-40 day gap before the second revelation. 

Some scholars claim that our Prophet ﷺ became a Nabi with Iqra. When he got second revelation, he became a Rasul. What is the difference between them? There are four opinions in this regard and Shaykh Yasir divulges details elaborately.

What is the purpose of prophets? Why do we need them? Who were the first and earliest reverts to Islam? Who were the batch of converts who had converted directly at the hands of the Prophet ﷺ? And who had the similar privilege at the hands of Abu Bakr As Siddiq RA?

Watch this interesting episode of the Seerah for answers.


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