Seerah – 31 Building of The First Mosques in Islam

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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi reveals how the first few days were for the Prophet ﷺ after his arrival in Madinah. We also get information regarding the first two Masjids he built and the benefits we can derive  from them. Also, the details regarding the first ever Salatul Jumu’ah that happened in a few days are explicitly explained.

Regarding the preference of Masjids, a sahabi came to the Prophet ﷺ and asked him “which is the masjid referred to by Allah in which He says, “Verily the masjid that was built upon taqwa from the first day, this has more right you pray in it. In this masjid there are men who love to purify themselves.’?” The Prophet ﷺ said “It is mine”. So which one? Its both. “The verse applies to both masjids that were built upon taqwa from the first day.

The first Juma’a the Prophet ﷺ prays is in the middle of Mecca and Madinah and the khutbahs were 3-5 minutes long. It laid emphasis on the following: generosity;the certainty of death and that Allah would ask every one of them about what he had been given and how he spent it.

In a span of 5 days ,the Prophet ﷺ built two masjids, and a third indirect masjid was built. The Prophet ﷺ masjid was the central and the largest. The masjid was built first even before the house. It shows us these houses of Allah were the ones that have been praised highly in the Quran. Allah has encouraged and allowed people to worship and glorify Allah in these Houses of Allah – the Masjids.

An issue that needed to be addressed by the Prophet ﷺ was -“how should we call the people to prayer?” Shaykh Yasir Qadhi acquaints us with the origin of the Azaan and how it came into being. Who was involved in this monumental decision and what gave them that stature?

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AI: Summary © The Prophet system in cities like Afghanistan, Afghanistan, and Afghanistan is expected to be the first of the three or five days after the completion of the prophecies, with the social event being a social event and the importance of praying and giving money to receive blessings emphasized. The speakers discuss the definition of hasn't been met" when a person is not the right way, with the sooner "out of" being considered fraud and the difference between "out of" and "out of" being related to the number of days in a given period being considered fraud, and the importance of honoring the Prophet system, showing one's true intentions, drinking milk, and praying for a certain number of days.
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alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad in wider Allah He will be

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We're still talking about the first few days of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his arrival in Medina. And

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today we're going to talk about the two messages that he built in a little bit more detail and some of the benefits we can derive from them and the very first Salatu Juma and other things that happen in the very first few days. We already mentioned that there's a controversy over when exactly the process have arrived in Medina. And the fact of the matter is, we do not know the date with precision for one simple reason. People did not concern themselves with dates that much, it was a very different time and place and the importance of what exact date it happened on was not that important. So we have a spectrum of opinions 12th Roberto is commonly put, but the fact of the

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matter is that it seems to many things happen on the 12th the revered oh well. And academically It doesn't make sense, because one early book of history mentions that the prophets are seldom left Mecca, on the first of revered over and for him to have left mark on the first have revealed Oh, well, the average time it took to get from Mecca to Medina or from Medina, to Mecca, was in those days, a writer could do a very quick writer could do it in three and a half days, if they were going at very fast pace. And if they're doing it very slow caravan, they might take up to nine days, right? So between three and a half to nine days, it doesn't make sense that the process is coming on

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the 12th or beer or even if we put in maybe two nights in a lottery filled again, we don't know exactly how many nights he was awarded or some say to some say three. So a date of eighth or ninth of who what actually makes more sense a date of eighth or ninth Riviera. What makes more sense, and even as half mentioned that he arrived on a Monday and we know from the reports that he arrived basically before High Noon. Because remember the report said this is we have derived it. The report said that when the news reached Medina now pause you hear the fact that the news reaches Medina that the processing has left means at least three and a half, four years have already happened. Because

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the fastest writer from Mecca to Medina will take three to four days. Right. So the news has arrived before the process have arrived because he's taking slower and he's also staying some nights in lotto correct. So the news has arrived. They are then coming every morning to meet the Prophet system waiting for him to come. And eventually when the sun gets too hot, what time does the sun get too hot? Around 10 3011 o'clock, or this is when the sun gets too hot in Medina, in any desert climate, basically around 1011 o'clock, you know, because the people they would wake up at the crack of dawn, you understand this was the good old days, literally, you know 5am they're awake 6am

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they're awake and they're doing their stuff. So they have delegations waiting groups of people waiting When will the process arrive. And by 11 maybe around 11 or so they would have to come back so the Profit System arrived probably a little bit before noon or maybe a little bit afternoon. Again, we don't know exactly when but a time when the people had already gone back home. So he comes in on a Monday and this was when the Sahaba went out to greet him. We already said the far this settlement of Medina was Oba This was the first settlement of the large city of Medina. Medina is composed of small little, little encampments, if you like right small little mini villages, the

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smallest one of them and the farthest sorry, the farthest one of them in the direction of Mecca, is Oba. So the profitsystem arrives in what is now called Oba. And he stays at the house of kulsoom even hidden gold from a being hidden. Somebody asked me last week who did the process instead. So I looked up a number of books in school, some have been hidden. And we don't have any information about him other than the fact that he was an elderly man from the tribe of Bananarama dibny, which is one of the tribes of the unsought and he died he was in fact the first Sahabi to die in Medina. So Subhan Allah Allah bless him to host the prophecies that him and then he became the first Muslim

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to die in Medina after the prophecies have arrived because of his age. So this and Allah has basically saving him to that time to host the Profit System. We wish we had more details we can only imagine what his life would have been like but clearly Allah had something great stored for him that he allowed him to live right up till the time the process that came he hosted him. And then the next thing we know is that the first Muslim to die in Medina was called some event heads if that's the only thing we know about this hobby called from, by the way consume is sometimes the name of a woman and sometimes the name of a man is called from here is the name of a man

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Good is also said that the profitsystem stayed in the house of sad even hyphema. But some reports say that no he would spend the night at the house of good film. And because Goodson was a married man with children, he would go to the house of side who was a bachelor. And so in this house guests could come without any problem. So he would spend the day in the house of Saudi when hyphema and people would come visit him and then he would spend the night in the house of gruesome avian hit him, avocado loaded and spit stayed in the house of another of the onslaught. And the next day the Prophet says and began building the first Masjid in Medina, which is of course the first Masjid that

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he built. There was an area that the Muslims would pray in, not a physical structure of a Masjid, but the Sahaba in Medina were already praying regularly before the Prophet system arrived, right. So there was already a makeshift Masjid but not a purpose built Masjid. Okay, there was already a place there Juma had already begun. The first Juma had already taken place in Medina, Masada no maid is there, right. The Prophet system has not yet pray Juma even once in his life, and this shows us the commandment for Juma is one of those few incidents. The Sahaba did it before the Prophet says the commandment for Joomla the Sahaba did it before the Prophet system because the Prophet system sent a

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message to them from Makkah that established the Juma but he could not do it because he's being persecuted because there is no freedom in Mecca. So he sends a message to the people of Medina, they start Juma for probably a year or less than a year until the Prophet system comes. And then he arrives in on a Monday, he begins building the masjid which is now called Masjid Oba. And it is said that, by the time he began building on Isla de la one had already arrived at what as well, which means that he did not begin building the masjid for at least two to three days. Because reports say that it arrived around two to three days after the Prophet salallahu it he was sending them. And

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this is because our the law, the law, one who remained in Mecca, according to abundance house for three more nights after the process and then left, he remained for three more nights, basically concluding the affairs of the process of getting rid of the magnet, as we said, handing them back to their people. And so it and the Profit System therefore, were both on there on route to Medina, but the Profit System was ahead of him. But he started before him. And he took a longer path right to things to keep in mind. The Profit System started before alibi three days, he stayed some nights and holidays. And then he took a longer path. So all of this basically meant that alley caught up with

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the Prophet system, basically as if they left three days at the same time, right. So this means that it took the quicker route the faster route ie the main route, whereas the Profit System went to order. And then he took the longer route and then he waited for an evening to come to Medina and are the most likely arrived on the Wednesday or Thursday and then on Friday morning according to event as half they set out for the city of Medina. So this means that mosquito Koba was begun to be built on the Wednesday or Thursday, and it is said that the first stone was put by the prophet system and it in Abu Bakar continued and then the unsought took over from there. So the first pillar or the

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first stone that was put from us to the Koba was put by the Prophet salallahu it he was said, Now, there's a little bit of a controversy in the books of

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about a reference in the Quran surah Toba verses 108 to 110, surah Toba verses 108 to 110. This these sex selection of verses the prophecies is being told you're not allowed to pray in the masjid blit or the message of the moon after the message of the hypocrites not comfy abeja never pray there. We're going to come to the story later on what happened and why was the process somebody will never to pray there. There's the message of obey even harder and all of these sorry, obey Abdullah

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Abdullah new Brave New saloon and the other of them were not 15 the profitsystem is told by Allah do not pray there. Lots of comfy Abuja. Then Allah tells him rather than praying here, the mess juden Salah taqwa mean over the Yeoman Tahoma fee. Verily the masjid that was built upon taqwa from the very first day. This has more right that you pray in it, rather than the messenger Wi Fi recharge in your head bone and yet takaharu in this Masjid are those men who love to purify themselves while you're a bull? Matata Hey, mocha hidden that Allah loves those who purify themselves now, which must do this being referred to that the masjid that whose Foundation was built upon taqwa.

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It is more appropriate that you pray their

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one opinion and this is the majority opinion says that this is the message of the Oba

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because the message of the moon after all was in the same vicinity as the message of the Oba. And so the process of is being told don't go to that go to this message. And if this is the case and it is the correct opinion, insha Allah, then this is a direct reference, I should say indirect because it's not mentioned in indirect reference you must use of Baba and the process of would pray and pull that every week every week you would pray there. I live in every thought that says every single week, the prophet system would either walk or ride his cameltoe Baba, he would go there as a weekly ritual. Usually on Mondays It is said he would go there and he would pray to God and he said whoever

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does will do from his house and praise and muster the Cova he will get the reward of a full aroma. So most Oba has a blessing. And once we get to Medina, we also pray in Masjid Oba. Now, Allah says that messenger that was built upon taqwa has more right that you stand in it. In one Hadith and a Buddha would

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we are told that this is Masjid Oba. And when this verse was revealed, they asked the people of Oba Why did a lot praise you in a manner that he doesn't praise us fee gel on your hip buena. And yet

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in it are men who wish to purify themselves. So this is mentioned in the catapult the heart of the book of the hora and the idea of of taharah. So the men said that with regards to purifying themselves after using the restroom, they have a practice that they had, that they would wipe themselves and then wash it with water. Whereas most of the people at the time would only wipe themselves and they would not use water. So they said we always cleanse ourselves with water as well. And they were told this is why Allah has said that you are those who love to purify yourself that this is the better thing to do to use water every time you go to the restroom. By the way, it

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is not what you have to hire. We've talked about this when we've done this. A lot of people have a misconception that you must use water. No, none of the scholars of Islam ever said this. You do not have to use water. When you go to the restroom, either for urine or for deification economical law, you don't need to use it for either, it's better to do so. But you may use dry material and in fact, most of the people of the past didn't have the luxury of using so much water. Not that they couldn't meaning they would die but it's something that was difficult for them. So they didn't do so. So the people of Obi did. And so Allah azza wa jal praises them in this manner. And it shows us that it is

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better and hamdulillah our culture and custom has basically encouraged us to this and this is very Islamic that we do use water. The point being that my student Salah taqwa from this hadith is is which Masjid Toba. Now where's the problem? A Sahabi came to the process and reported and did made a mistake Mm hmm. And he said Yasuda law which is the masjid that is a duck woman over the Omaha cuando. Murphy, direct question. So the professor who said that indeed while law he is this Masjid of mine.

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In no limits, God has said it is also authentic Timothy, right. So this is where the if that outcomes amongst the scholars then which Masjid is being referred to in the Quran that Allah says the most juicy Salah tahquamenon Oh, holy Omaha cuando Murphy. Another group said it's not Koba. It is the prophets of the messenger. The reconciliation is. In fact, the eye applies to both masjids in that both of them were made upon taqwa from their first day. And the Prophet system said that this is my Masjid, so that nobody thinks that the masjid of Oba has a higher blessing than his mustard because it doesn't. So he's saying this also applies to my ministry and not just to mustard Koba,

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because both messages were built upon taqwa from the first day. Right? So the reconciliation is that the verse applies to both but it is also a reference to Kobe, my student who's decided to climb in over the Omaha Quantico Murphy. So on Friday morning, we said that so the process of them stayed and pulled up the rest of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, on Friday, he announced on Thursday night that he will enter Medina The next morning, so the preparations are made and the unsold over 500 of them dressed up as we already said, then they and they wore their ceremonial costumes, their their armor and their their knives because this is how they would dress up in the time to welcome

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and greet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and to come with him back into the city. So there is a proper welcoming committee to bring him to the center of the city of Medina. And on Friday morning, he saw the lights lm leaves, Oba and saw that Juma occurred

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In the middle, so the first Joomla that the Prophet says an upgrade was neither in coda nor he doesn't yet have msgid. Right. It doesn't yet have him as he is on his way. He actually praised it in the tribe of blue selama region. He just stops over there, and he gives the the first holdover. And this whole debate has been recorded by Urbanus happen, and they happen with a slightly weak chain, and there's no outage or there's no problem in narrating it the first hope that the profitsystem ever gave. It has been recorded in his talk. And, as we are familiar with there are two sections of it. And what is really amazing, and in fact, all over the hood was of the profits of

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some that we have recorded. And we have only a few of them. Well, they they do not last more than three to five minutes. And it's very interesting. The whole purpose of the Profit System, we're extremely short, three to five minutes, right. This is how it was. And the profitsystem said, it is from the fifth which means understanding or completion or perfection of a man that he shortens the hutzpah and lengthens the sada. So in fact, his sila sallallahu Sallam was longer than his whole, his Salah was longer than his ultimate Subhana Allah. In our times, of course, we have done the opposite. And the fact of the matter is that there is a reason that we do this. And the reason is

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that this is the only time 90% of the oma ever sees the inside of the masjid.

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In fact, to be brutally honest, it is the only time 70% of the oma even praise in the week. So because of this, we kinda sorta, and this is the sooner around the world. I mean, I don't know of any major message that has a hood buffer three minutes anymore, right? It's really, it's something that, you know, the process was speaking to people, their demand was at a different level, and they did not need the reminders that we need, right. So this is one of those

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things that the oma has kind of sort of had to change. But still, we try to keep it reasonable. 25 minutes, I think, is a very reasonable time for algebra. And this is what most of the messages in this line do. Sometimes in many lines, it goes 45. And I know if some messages I used to have an hour long hold button in the eastern part of the one hour long hold, but that's clearly going too far. Nonetheless, the prophets was on hold. But what is the first the first part about that he gave two parts, the first part of it, he encouraged them to be generous. And he reminded them of the certainty of death and of meeting Allah subhana wa Tada. And that Allah azza wa jal would ask each

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and every one of them about what he had been given and what he spent with what he had been given. And in this quote, but there is a phrase that is a part of an authentic ID that we all know. And that is, this hadith is in Bahati, not the hook, but the phrase that he said in the whole book, and that is, that whoever is able to save himself from the fire, even if with half a date, what will be shifted tomorrow, right? And shift doesn't actually even mean half it means with the, the seed or the pith of the date, what will be shifted tomorrow, even with a portion of the Tamra let him do so. And if he doesn't even have this, then with Kalamata yoga with a good word, because every deed is

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multiplied 10 times, then he sat down, that's the first charity death meeting Allah hisab and give sadaqa and if you can give sadhaka speak something good first, second hold but he stood up. And now this is what even as hoc reports and it's contrary to what we are used to and Allah knows best. In the second hold by he began with what is called the hot button hedger. And that is what all of us including myself began the first hot bullet in that hamdulillah no matter who want to start a new who want to sell Pharaoh when I met him in Cerulean fusina woman say RTI Marina Maria de la who Fela mobile Allah, Allah a dealer

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in the in the lower the hula Chica, Mohammed ambu. bag, and then he started the second hole. So he started with Hot Buttered hajra in the second hole. But from other rewired, we learned that he would usually start the hold button and the first hold. So perhaps this change later on, but this is what it is half reports. Or perhaps the two have been mixed around. But that's not something anybody has said before so a large soldier knows best. And then he said after he said I'm about and then he said the successful one is the one whom Allah has beautified his heart sayana who zanella who elbow. His heart has become beautiful. This is the successful one, and has caused him to enter Islam after

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leaving Kufa This is the successful person and has chosen him above the rest of the people for the best of all matters. ie you who have accepted Islam have been blessed like no one else on Earth, who have

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succeeded because you would love to go for an entered Islam.

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Love what Allah subhana wa tada loves and love Allah with your entire heart. What a hibbeler have been labeled become the coolie or the entire heart, love Allah subhana wa tada with it. And never tire of this speech of a law and of the vicar of Allah never get tired of the speech of Allah kalambo la he was the crew who Colombo's the Quran, the vicar is his remembrance and never let your heart become hard.

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A lot chooses what he wishes and what he blesses. And he has blessed this meaning of the Koran and the vicar to be the best deed. Allah chooses whatever he pleases, and he has chosen this meaning or an ethical dilemma lie with a guru to be the best deed. So worship Allah and do not associate partners with him and have Taqwa of him as he said that you should and be sincere to Allah in all that you say, love one another with the spirit of ALLAH between you this is a phrase that I have not found in any other Hadith, the rue de la habana. habibollah hubiera hella ebina. Right. It's a very interesting phrase. And it's a phrase that the process that I'm setting the first Holtzberg love

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Allah with the rule of law with the spirit of a larger region between you. And remember that Allah hates that his promise be broken, was said alaikum. This is the entire hotel, which I gave in less than three minutes translation with explanation, if I didn't have the explanation probably be to have two minutes or so this is the entire hook but that we have and Subhanallah look at how comprehensive this hardbound how pertinent it is. The first football is all about charity. And what a great time to remind people of charity because now the woman needs charity. If there was any time that we needed to fundraise, it was at the beginning of Islam, right? If there was any time people

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need to donate for the cause of Allah, it was right at the beginning of Islam. And so the first Hooda is about you guys need to give your money now. We're gonna have to start an entire new republic, a new system, we will need your sacrifices. So he encourages them. He reminds them of the reality of life and the certainty of death. This short hookah has both threats and rewards. It has hopes and promises. And this is the way of Islam that we we we tell people the rewards of a lot to make them feel happy and joyful. But we also make them scared of the fearful punishment of a lot. Right? Taliban thought he was the Arabic phrase, right? We give them hope. And we also make them

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scared of Allah's punishment. This is the methodology of Islam. Some other major religions of our times find this to be backward. And for them, it's all about the good side, the lovely side, right? But the fact of the matter is that human nature needs the carrot and the stick. The carrot is good. But unless you have a stick, it'll not always move along. Right You need both the reward and the punishment, and our religion of Islam. The Quran is full of promises of genda and threats of punishment. Because human nature is like this, you need both. And even in this chutzpah, you will be meeting Allah so fear him death is going to come to you, Allah will ask you about your money about

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what you have been given the surplus. So if you can save yourself from the fire of well, this is the first book but he's saying makes you feel very scared. And then there's also love Allah with your full heart, right? Allah will give you what he promised, etc. So there's both threats and promises. Also notice that the Muslims are being told, oh, by the way, the hospital hijab, by the way is its own topic, although we can talk 30 minutes just about the foot button in that hamdulillah mahamadou who understand who this is so eloquent. It's such a beautiful and concise speech. Verily all praises due to Allah. And only Allah is worthy of being praised. Therefore we praise Him in an hamdulillah

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Nakamoto who following the commandment, we will praise Him and let's start a new who we will ask for his help. Yeah, can we do what you're gonna stain? Right now? We're gonna stain we're praising Allah and worshiping Him, Mr. Angel, and we seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our deeds and the consequences of our souls. Verily, whomever Allah guides no one can misguide whomever Allah misguides no one can guide him back to the straight path. I testify that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger. This is horrible. This horrible is so powerful that people accepted Islam just because of this

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just because of this hope, but they accepted Islam. And the most famous example is that of Lima. s de Lima, LSD came to Makkah, and he was from the leaders of the tribes of Yemen, and he was a medicine man. And when he entered Makkah, the people told him beware of this man.

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Mohammed Hassan, he is Assad hedorah Maduro, the better one of these things, right? Be careful of him. So the Mad set, I put cotton in my ears to make sure that I don't hear what he says, because they warned me so much I became terrified. So I put cotton in my ears every time he's, I see him so that I don't hear him. Then I said to myself, that I am modular because I'm an intelligent man. I mean, how powerful can his speech be? If he is wrong or misguided? I'll guide him. If he's sick. I'm a medicine man. I'll cure him. Right? What's the problem? So he took the cotton out, and he walked up to the profit center. And he said, Your people have warned me about you. But I want to listen to

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what you have to say. So the profitsystem said, in Alhambra de la luna starring in one istockphoto when I was in LA him, and she lives in Santa Monica de la.

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Then he said he was gonna begin the speech. The man said, if

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you can repeat these words that you just said. So the Prophet system repeated the entire speech, he hasn't even begun the lecture. This is called button hygiene. And the Mad said, that I have memorized the share of the incident, the Djinn I've memorized the poetry of everyone out there, and I consider myself an intelligent and an educated man. But we're lucky I have never heard anything as eloquent as this by Allah you must be a man whom Allah inspires us he accepted Islam right then and there, hold the bottle hija cause the Mad as the to accept Islam. Right. This is how eloquent the hooded Hydra is. And it is worthy of its own lecture and people have written books about it. Even

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taymiyah has a treatise on explaining how to ignore claim has many pages in his explanation of solidity that was about hauteville. In our times, Chanel, Bonnie has written an entire booklet about hospital hygiene and its report. So it's a topic worthy in itself. Then after the hospital.

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He reminds them to purely spiritual the second, the first is action based, we need you to be charitable, the second is purely spiritual. And this is 100, of the perfection of Islam, that it's both both Eman and ama, if you like, right, it's both spirituality and action based and again, the perfection of the two hookless. So the Prophet system tells them what is the real success? What is the beauty of Islam, he tells them to purify their hearts that love Allah azza wa jal with your entire heart, have nothing but love for Allah azza wa jal, he tells them of two basic acts of worship that he says never get tired of doing them. So paneled the first hotel in Medina, what is he

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telling the Muslims to do? Number one, never get tired of reading the Quran. Number two, never get tired of doing Vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala every one of us should have to this day or Allah. This is what he said to the first we should have a healthy dose every day of Quran and Vicar. This is hand in hand. He said, Don't he's commanding us don't get tired, that he's encouraging us that a lot chooses whatever he wants. And Allah has chosen these to be the best worship, right? Allah has chosen these, so do not get tired of them. And do not make your heart hard, which means reading the Quran and doing Vicar will make the heart soft.

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Because he's saying do not make the heart hard. After he's saying recite the Quran and do Vicar and he concludes them. And he concludes the hood Baba reminding them to love one another. Again, a very necessary reminder at the beginnings of Islam, especially that love one another will be rule a law with the rule of Allah azzawajal. And this means with the help of Allah, this means in the spirit of Islam, this means for the sake of Allah azza wa jal, and he then finishes by saying that Allah azza wa jal does not love that his promises are broken, which is a indirect threat, that you have a promise to Allah as Muslims now to fulfill his religion. Make sure you don't break that promise. You

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have a promise to fulfill his religion, make sure that you do not fulfill that, that break that promise. And then after this whole book, he then entered Medina, and from there we already mentioned, what happened with the camel, you know, sat down at the place of the masjid. And he asked whose houses the closest he stayed at Abu velocity all of this has been mentioned. And the first thing therefore he did was once again turn his attention to building the masjid. So notice in the span of literally five days, the prophet system has built two muskets, and he doesn't even have a roof over his head yet, literally two messages have been built. And the third one, which is

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basically where he stopped over, they built a message there after him. Right. So there's a third indirect message where he didn't build it there but where he stopped to pray Juma that also then became the messenger for that locality. By the way, there were many massages in Medina at the time of the process and because people could not walk to Central Medina, you know, an hour and a half or something away for some of them. They couldn't walk to a wrestler to the central you know, minutes

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Dina said they would have, you know, small massages in their own little places. And therefore, do realize many people imagine there was one mustard No, there were at least a dozen mustards in the settlement eventually, at least a dozen, if not more. But the Prophet says much, of course, was the central and it was the largest one, and it appears to have been the only one in which Joomla was done and Allah knows best it appears that Joomla was only done there. There are no reports as far as I remember of any other Joomla is taking place. So, we see therefore, the importance of the masjid, the masjid even before his house, hello, I send them and

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this shows us the status of this house of Allah azza wa jal, it shows us that this house of Allah these houses of Allah and in fact a lot of calls them his houses he boo Ting, Edina la a lot of calls the messages his houses, Allah subhana wa tada praises the mustard in the Quran fee booth in Edina Allahu Antutu. For our youth Gaddafi has small you said the ruler houfy Hubble who do even a solid region, that in houses of worship, Allah has encouraged and allowed that people raise their voices in praising him and in glorifying him and people region. It's a praise men are glorifying Allah subhana wa tada in morning and an evening. They are not dissuaded away from this. They are not

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tempted away from this with their wealth and their and their other distractions from the worship of Allah throughout the morning and the evening. The Masjid was the place of him. This is where halaqaat would be given. The Masjid was the place of Shula. This is where the process of them called the Sahaba. In the Battle of button and the Battle of are these calling them What do you think we should do? It's basically the the the constitution place as well is the place where people come together and decide affairs. They must do the socialization that people would socialize over there. The process of when asked them about their days of jelly and they would laugh at the joke inside the

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messenger. The messenger was a place of celebration, their kneecaps would take place in the masjid. Somehow, although the profitsystem was it is much as more than he was in his own house. He was in the masjid more than he was in his own house. And this shows us the status of the masjid from it in spread from it, the Koran spread from it. Even the armies of Islam spread because they would be arranged inside the masjid. And then they would go out from there. And in it, those who had no house would sleep. As soon as Muslims came, they would be housed in the masjid. As soon as they came if they had no house, the masjid became their house and the prophets have said is authentic hadith that

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unless you do buy to Cooley Turkey, that the masjid is the house of every month Turkey. The Masjid is the house of every Turkey, anyone who is a Muslim, the message should be open for them to come and worship and if they need to sleep, then and the scholars of course technically have talked about this is it? Is it wise to give them space or what not. But basically, the general rule of Islam is that a Muslim who needs a place to sleep the message it will become his place to sleep, because that's what the message you do pay to call it something that has a double meaning by the way, the message it will be the house of every month to pay which means the doctor will want to be in the

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masjid. This is the other meaning right? Where do you feel most comfortable your house so where is the most comfortable his house, but the other meaning which is the physical meaning there is a spiritual meaning. The other meaning is every Muslim who doesn't have a house, the masjid becomes his house because it is the house of Allah azza wa jal and of course, the masjid of the Prophet system literally became a university and house and msgid all in one for the people of the sofa, the sofa and we'll talk about the sofa and who they are and what their blessings were in inshallah next week.

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Now the five daily salvato had already been, or I forgot to mention one story, by the way, I didn't forget, but time ran out, when the process was building the machine. We mentioned that the Prophet system himself participated in building the masjid. And when the Sahaba saw him, they said that we're lucky and this is a verse This is a poem they said, Well, I if we sit down and the profit system is working, then this from us is a very astray matcher they versified a poem that if we sit down learning partner will never you Yamato, that if we sit down and the profit system is working, this is a very shameful and misguided thing from us, and this encourages them to worship. one

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incident is narrated here that has a deep theological and historical importance that we don't have time to go into in detail now or even for this era, because this is after the co2 after the death of the process, and that relates to our mode of vinyasa. vinyasa, remember from the days of maca. I might have been asked both his mother and father had become Shaheed the first two shades in Islam or acid and sumaiya. And so Amar, you know grows up basically

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An orphan.

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And he emigrates to Medina. And he is carrying two large bricks, two large bricks, and his entire body has been dusted, cover to cover. And he says to the problem, everybody else was carrying one. When I say brick, it's not like our little bricks here, right? These are the old bricks or the old. You can call them quarry stones. Maybe it's a better word, not a brick, right? These are big stones. So he's carrying two stones, and he's struggling with it. And he says, and in my opinion, this is like a joking thing to say, and that he didn't mean it seriously. He said, jasola law. They're killing me by giving me two stones. And they're taking only one right now. He's not serious that

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they're actually killing him. But it's like a thing that you say, in a joking manner. And this shows us that the Sahaba had a sense of humor with the Prophet system as well. Right? That they say that he said Yasuda la yuck to Looney there. They're killing me by giving me two stones. And they're only carrying one stone. Right? And this shows us that they would joke with him. It also shows us by the way, fifth here, that when it comes to these types of jokes, somebody would say the hotel hotel Villa, you're lying. No, look, a joke is understood to be a joke, right? It's not a lie. If the person knows that you're not it's a joke, right? And there are instances of the profitsystem also

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cracking jokes and we'll talk about that some, you know, we talked about that before a little bit. We can talk more about that maybe towards the end of this era. Of course, the process of his jokes, even literally were true, by the way, right? Whereas Ahmad is using a figure of speech here. They're killing me, Dr. Looney, and it shows a little bit of exaggeration shows his sense of humor also shows his young age for him to say this right. So what did the process of do? He smiled, and he brushed the dust off of him? And he said, la Yamuna. sumaiya No, oh, son of Samia. They are not killing you. Rather, the people who shall kill you will be alfia toolbar here will be the

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it's a very tense sensitive thing to translate here. Because of course, it refers specifically to a group of Muslims that we also respect. And that's why we need to not go too deep because we don't have time. I feel good about it means the group that has gone beyond the bounds.

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And he called him Yemenis sumaiya, even though his name is Mr. Right? To give honor to his mother so many years panela His name is Ahmad. But he gives honor to the first Shaheed in Islam was familiar before even Yes, it was familiar. The first Shaheed was familiar, right? So he gave honor to our mod by calling him la Yemenis sumaiya. And forever afterwards, the Sahaba would call him you know, sumiya because the process of calling him he was not even called Ahmad after this. He was called the urbanists from a year because the process some called the humanists who may not have been as sumiya, they're not going to kill you, but rather the people who will kill you will be the group that has

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gone to over the bounce that has gone above here. baja means they've gone beyond what they should. Right. And he also said to him, that, like the nasty Malacca agilon everybody's getting one reward when they carry their stones. You're getting two rewards with your two stones. And he said to him, it was a deca, sherbet and min lebon The last thing you shall drink in this world will be a glass of milk. Right? So finally he predicted the death of Amada vinyasa. He said, you're going to drink some milk, and then the group that is bathia will kill you. And I might have been Yes, his death became a very important event in Islam, because Amar chose to fight on the side of anti Abner be positive

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against the forces of Huawei. And while we as forces,

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obviously, as we know, there was a war and so Ali was killed on the side of it against while we're Amar was killed on the side of it, excuse me, Amar was killed on the side of it against Huawei. And this hadith then was used by the

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group have it to say, the group of Mongolia has gone beyond the bounds. This is the sign that our little the loved one who was closer to the truth. And this is the Sunni position in this regard, in contrast to what the other group says about us that we're the followers of Mongolia, we follow them all. But we think that it was closer to the truth than more are we and more are we always sincere and robiola? Who I'm whom we don't say anything bad about any of them. And of course, by the way, just as a footnote that I nodded, I brought this up there were three groups of the Sahaba one group who did not fight they sat down and they did not fight and they refuse to take sides. And these were

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the Abdullah. Abdullah him disobeyed and Abdullah have been Ibis and Abdullah had been Roma. These were the Iberdrola. They refuse to fight.

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They did not get involved with either ID or muawiya. And they were asked multiple times to take part. And they said, No, we are not going to take part. And even Abbas was asked, Are you on this decide of this or the side of that? And it was, at that time I do not issue we're having a little bit of a dispute. Are you in the sight of Allah? Are you on the team of Allah or the team of Arusha? So he said, I am neither on the team of Allah or the team of Arusha. I am on the team of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam don't get me involved in in bigotry now. Right? This is his V, this is the law. This is this is breaking the law. I'm not going to take sides with these people. I am on

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the side of our profits of the law, they are selling them. And so these hubby refuse to participate. Even taymiyah says this group of Sahaba was on the truth.

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That was the ideal. It was closer to the truth. And while we was not as close as it, this is how we say it, right? The three groups were the Avada and Ollie and muawiya. And Amar was in the group of Alli. And so this and of course, obviously it was from said so it is well known that it was drink, sorry that Amar was drinking some milk. And then he went to fight in the battle and he died, and so exactly as the process and have said that hero Zadek, the last thing that you will do in this world is to drink some milk, and he was sitting in his cabinet drinking milk, and then he went to fight the forces of muawiya. And an arrow came and killed him and so he died on the side of it. So this

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hadith was set at the building of the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this shows us that and nobody denies this within a tsunami, Jamal, the prophet system had knowledge that the other Sahaba did not have, of course he did. And he predicted certain things that would happen. And this is one of the things that he predicted. So I didn't mention the story because we didn't have time to mention it. Now moving on to the issue of the masjid and the prayers in the masjid.

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One thing that we don't know exactly when is the changing of the record of the five solar watch. Now, one with a five kilowatt decreed we all know when were they decreed

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Islamic marriage, right? And most likely this occurred maybe the 10th year 11th year of the hedge row of the Dow excuse me, of the Dow.

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So people are praying five times a day. However, at that time, they were praying to look at

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every single one of those five was to look at

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it I should tells us when they came to Medina

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the Salawat were placed as you know them, and the tutor card was kept for them Rusafa

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except for Muslim, of course, but otherwise we pray to God, this is just editing Buhari. When they came to Medina, the solder what were put as you know them.

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And the two were kept for the musafir.

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This shows us therefore, that sometime early on again, we don't have a date. We don't know when sometime early on the the Sahaba the process and started praying as we now know it right 24434 right, so all of the Salah were increased except for even Muslim, by the way apparently was to in Mecca. So everything was increased except for fudger. That remained too. And then the sooner and the end, the waffle were added. We also know that within within the first month or two, the question arose, how was the time for prayer to be given and this is a famous had eaten portions of their body and more details in other books of Hadith. And everyone knows the story. But in summary, just to put

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it in its context, the prophet system called the Sahaba. And they said and he asked them, How should we call the people at the time of the Sunnah. What is your idea? And so, they started discussing what should be done. One of them said let us use a bell like the Christians, but this was discarded. And there are authentic hadith that the process of did not like the bells. And that you also said the angels do not accompany any caravan that has a bell. So he didn't like those other said let us use a chauffeur, not a chauffeur, car chauffeur, a chauffeur is what the Hutus right had say horn they call it a chauffeur.

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The what?

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Not not a bugle but there's a it's a horn. They call it a chauffeur.

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Spell different by the way not partial for spells are they they blow into it. And that is how they call to this day. Of course that's what they do. One of them said this, but also this was discarded and others gave other ideas but not no idea basically made sense. So the meeting, finished without any idea of being chosen. That night.

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Two people saw a dream. One of them was a hot tub. The other was Abdullah had been late. And their dreams were the same that Abdullah saw in his dream, a man selling some items, either the horn or the belt or something. So he went up to him and said, Can I buy these items? So the man said, Why? So he said, because the process and wants to tell us how to call the people to prayer. So I'm thinking one of these will do the job. So the man said, should I not tell you something better than that?

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So the Sahaba said, Of course, of course. So he said, when you want to give the time for prayer, say, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar eyeshadow and then all the way to the end of the event, right? And then he woke up. And the dream was so vivid in his head. He just put on his his garments and rushed outside to the Prophet system. And he said, Yeah, Rasulullah This is the dream that I saw. And he told him the entire dream. And the prophets of Salaam said in hallelujah. inshallah, this is a true dream.

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This is a true dream. And it is clear from the reports that he was hoping to be the more than you get that from the sense of the rewire that because he saw the dream, but Subhanallah the process of gave people different blessings according to what they had. So he has the felida of seeing the dream. That's Abdullah bin Zayed was the one remember the name of the Libyans eight. somebody asks you where it was then legislated. This is the only aspect of our Sharia that was legislated by the dream of a Sahabi. But its legislation was not the dream. This legislation was the process of them saying it is true. Right? We do not base our Shetty on dreams. And if the process of had not said

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it's true, we wouldn't have based it on it. Right. But because the process isn't approved, his approval makes it the shady app. So when Abdullah bin Zayed said this, the Prophet says that I'm said komiya began standard ob land because you have the loudest voice.

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And Abdullah bin Zayed, go up with him to the roof of the masjid and tell him every phrase and he'll repeat after you. And so Abdullah bin Zayed said Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar and beloved repeated in a loud voice. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And so technically, Abdullah bin Zayed did give the first event, but except it was to VLAN. Right? So how to look at this right? Technically, he did give the first event because he's saying it before VLAN. But then bilad is the one who proclaims it to the entire world. And as he's giving the event,

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Omar comes rushing into the masjid without having fully tied his lower garment. Right? And he says Yara sobre la I saw these phrases in the dream.

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And so it turns out that he also I mean, I heard these phrases in a dream that it turns out that he as well had seen the exact same dream. So Allah azza wa jal had shown it to multiple of the Sahaba. And Allah had willed that Abdullah bin Zayed was the one who be the one who get the honor of telling it to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Subhanallah I have

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tried to think about and research and ponder over why was the Amazon legislated in this manner? What is the wisdom of the event being legislated in this matter? And none of the other aspects of the shediac? And to be honest, I haven't found anybody commenting on this. And I don't have any wisdom that I can derive myself. Allah has some wisdom known to him. Why was the event legislated in this matter in the dreams of some of the Sahaba and I also tried to look up about Abdullah bin Zayed. And in fact, even hydro says that this is the Sahaba who is famous for the story of the dream. That's it. Circular, right. Well, why did I choose to live in Zaid? So this is one of the sad parts of the

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series that there are so many mysteries that perhaps we will never know. There must be reasons why this man was chosen. Right? What is his story? What did what did he do for Islam? What is his blessing that Allah made him? The one to the piano, all that we know about him, as you've been? hedger says, saw him Okay, so he's the one of the story of the dream of event. That's how he's known as, what else do we know about him? Nothing. Very little. We don't have any real because again, most of us have the bulk of the Sahaba. We just have tidbits. And for someone like this, we have absolutely nothing. We already said that the processes are built domestically that around two to

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three weeks, and then after this, he saluted and built his houses. And at the time, how many wives did he have?

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Which one is that?

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Three which ones are these?

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counted 32 we're not gonna call for the Joe

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Bloggs two. He had two words at this time. So the end our issue. And so so the issue is houses were built next to the masjid. These were the only two houses that were connected to the masjid. And he married other women later on by a number of years by a number of years.

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And by that time people had already moved in and connected other houses to the masjid. So the prophets are sometimes other wives houses were in a separate block.

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They were not in the block next to the masjid. They were not. They didn't have direct entrances. Right. And some hand a lot later on. We don't know exactly when. But so there was an elderly lady with a process and married her in Makkah. She was already an elderly lady. And she was senior to the process of an age. And so the wanted to please the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so much that she told him one year again, we don't know exactly. We don't know these things. How are we going to find out what year it happened? One year she told him Yasuda law. I am an elderly lady. And I know that you prefer the company of Asia. So I will give you my night for Asia. So he actually had double

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the time of I shouldn't had with any other wife because so they gifted her night to him. So what this means is that I Isha was the only house that he lived in that was connected to the masjid.

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The other wives houses were on a separate block a separate there was a strip. This is what we can understand. There was a strip of houses one after the other on another block that is not connected to the masjid. So this is a blessing of Arusha, that she was the only house that was connected to the process of them. So this as well, but he didn't spend the night there he would visit Hilda and he would spend time with during the day but he would not spend the night with soda because she gifted this was a gift from her. Why did you do this? Because she wants to please the processor, but she wants to get his pleasure, basically. And she knows what's going to please him so she gifted her

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night to Arusha.

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What time is the today?

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Nine o'clock SOHCAHTOA inshallah, let us then open the floor for question answer, inshallah. And then

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move on next week in Charlotte. Next week, we'll talk about the concept of a number of things that that happened in early Medina and each one is very interesting is a very profound, and we have so much to learn from it even in modern times. of them is the pairing up of the onside and Mahajan. And how we can benefit from this in modern times as well. of them is this is one of the most interesting topics in terms of Islamic political science, the treaty that the process of drew up between the unsolved and the Maha junoon and the Jews and the pagans, because there was still pagans, right, the process some still, it is in a city where there are Jews, and Muslims and pagans. So he has a treaty

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that gives us an insight into the mechanisms of early Medina, of political the political structure of Medina, very profound, and it's very groundbreaking for the time to very groundbreaking. It's a treaty that, to be honest, it is unprecedented in its scope in its understanding, and it is one that many later people have kind of adopted and taken from so we're going to talk about the treaty. We're gonna talk about the, the pairing up of the unsalted Mahajan, and we'll also talk about the concept of the sofa. All of this will be the next Wednesday's at the Wednesdays after that, inshallah Tada, we have a few minutes for questions. inshallah, before the solder

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you mentioned about

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being raised in Medina

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is a sort of part of the work, especially if you're going up here to different countries and

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what's what's the most.

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So the question is about the sooner prayers.

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So, the sooner prayers can be divided into two categories. The first are the Sooners that the Prophet system would regularly do. These are called sunon or robotic or sunon erotica. And these are the ones that he would do as a habit. And these are of two types. The first of them is the witted prayer. And the correct position is that Witter is not wajib. The Hanafi is, of course considered to be wajib. And that is because the Hanafi is have two distinct categories of fraud and why'd you rise for the rest of the red hubs followed is why job and YG was followed. But the HANA fees have seven categories of tech leaf, right. subcategories of tech leaf, where's the ultimate

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There are five categories. So they divide

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obligatory into very obligatory and obligatory right thought and logic, and they divide her arm into makuu tahini and then heroin. Right. So they have two types of mcru. And then they have heroin. So they have gluten z makuta had me on hold on. So because of this, the hanafis have a different distinction. I'm wondering here, let me get back here, the correct position, which is not wajib. But it is something that the process of never left in his life, even when he was even, and he was traveling. Right, whereas the sooner Atiba which are the sooner that are linked to the five data, so the what the Profit System typically left to them when he was traveling, except for the sooner

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fudger. So I reiterate, the regular sunon can be divided into two categories. The first is widget, which is a separate prayer, and the second are the soonest linked to the five day these are the ones right, these are linked to the five daily Salawat where the processor would travel, he would not pray them, except for the sooner fudger. Now, how many are the sooner robotic, the profitsystem said, Whoever prays for the sake of Allah 10 rock as a day, Allah will build for him a palace in Jannah. And in another version, he said, Whoever prays for the sake of Allah 12 rock as a day that he will build for him a palace agenda. So the sooner robotic, are either 10 or 12. And there are

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both reports of these. So the first two of these are, the sooner

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the sooner, right, then rohhad comes and here is where the difference of 10 or 12 comes, some say two before the one and two after, and some say four before the hour and two after. Right? So this is where the difference comes between 10 and 12. So let's go with four before the one and two after right. So this gives us total of how many, eight, and then we have to after Maghrib, then we have to after Asia, this would give us a total of 12. Right to Africa motive to after Asia. Now. These are the sunon erotica, that the Prophet system would pray when he was huddled when he was not suffer. How does the opposite of suffering when he was not traveling? This is what he would pray and he

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would always pray them.

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The witr prayer

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I have said many times before in the terminology of the Hadeeth Witter is to hedge Jude is basically that all we it's basically the same concept and that is the night prayer. Right? The night prayer. And the night prayer can be said any time after Isha up until fudger.

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You may pray with her right after Isha before going to sleep.

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And this is the least rewarding that if you pray it, you may pray 200 basically 200 does not have to be at 3am. It is of course, million times better to pray at three 4am Yes. But if you cannot get to that level of excellence, the next level is to pray it before going to sleep. Right. And that is witted as well, because that means an odd number of Roccat. So the profitsystem would pray an odd number of records. And that's usually 11 or 13. Basically, right? He would pray this quantity and this is called with it. It is called 100 It is called preamble lay, all of this is the same name. This he would never leave so send them even in traveling and even taymiyah and others say that Korea

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will lay was wajib upon the Prophet system but not upon his oma right because Allah says no Quran woman a lady for to head up, even to Allah says Nafisa Tilak. But when Allah commanded him for the head, Jedi, Eliza just says also in sort of Buddha said that in the bucket and Monica had nothing to do with a lady with a tutor who will talk with them in the Latina mark, that Allah knows that you're praying two thirds of the nights today in day one is for who and half of it was to do with the who and a third of it. So sometimes he would pray for some two thirds of the night, sometimes

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half of it, and sometimes one third of it. So the profitsystem would differ in his quantity of 200 depending on how long he slept and how what his mood was basically for the time, but he would pray 200 every single night, even in traveling, these are the two types of sooner that he would pray. Now, apart from this, there's nothing and nothing is unlimited in its scope. You may pray nothing at any time of the day and night as long as it's not in the times of prohibition.

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that summarizes your question shortly. Okay, any questions about the zero? Yes.

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Technically Koba is the first must have the

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processing and built, but it can be said he did not witness its completion.

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Right. So the first messages that he witnessed the completion and prayed in his

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his machine, and that is why it is correct that the horses Of course whatever he says is correct, he said the master document audio and this is my question, because there is a first element to both of them. Right. Oba was initiated, but the Medina machine was completed. And he prayed they're completed before he prayed Uncle Bob completed. So both of them. That verse applies to a lot of

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other questions. Yes.

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On one side.

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So he drinks milk and go to

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Did he know he would die in this battle? Well, no, he didn't

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have to.

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So he's gonna stop drinking milk for the rest of his life. I mean,

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Realistically speaking.

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Firstly, these types of cryptic ahaadeeth they're typically only understood after the thing happens.

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You see what I'm sitting here, right? These types of cryptic ahaadeeth. One, it snaps into place after the thing happens. Right? When you process an upset it, what is being referred to? It's not something that people are understanding. Right? So the fact that amar rhodiola, why one eventually is killed on one side, then people are now reading back and saying, oh, the process of actually said this, Mr. participated in many of us have gotten many worse. Between the Mr. died a very old man, when this had it was said he was in his 20s, late 20s. And he died in his late 60s. You know, so

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there could have been, I'm saying could have been a cookout for an army? Yeah. And how do you know, it's about the head of a Muslim army? Now we know now it's a Muslim army.

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means a group

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means Yeah, it means group doesn't necessarily mean the Muslim group or a Catholic group. Now, it's easy in 2020 is you know, hindsight is 2020. Always right. Now you look back and you say it's crystal clear. So

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no, he did not read the headlines, by the way, he did not narrate it.

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So as soon as he was killed, the Sahaba remembered this Hadith, and they interpret it in this manner. It was a sign at the time of his death. But before his death, it was not understood what it was the reference. And by the way, this is, as I said, for all of the predictions in this matter. In fact, even the predictions of the Quran, right? And if

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there is any, there was not understood, how is this going to happen? What is going to happen? But later Later on, it happened, right? That obviously, we had to buy the one to one the hilum behind that. But when this idea came down, the process of was not free in this bullet, but it's a prediction of the conquest of Makkah. Right. So use them whichever way you will Luna, duper, or multiple hops that will lie, I had no idea what this ayah meant, until I saw on the day of butter. So you have a similar journey where you will learn a doober and I knew that this was for the Battle of butter, right? It's cryptic, the hora say resemble German means the Confederates will be

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destroyed, and they're going to turn their backs and run away. Right? And whatever the hotdogs that I had no idea what is this is talking about, until I saw with my eyes what's happening on Reddit, and then understood what is going on. So all of the this is the beauty of Allah and His Messenger, that the predictions are given in such a manner that it's not as explicit as to make it nonsensical right. There's a little bit of an element of surprise involved such that when it does happen that everybody understands but before it happens, it's best to be remain this way all the while. Sharla final question before we break for spoilers.

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