Seerah – 41 The Battle of Badr 6

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Yasir Qadhi

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Topics: Battle of Badr

Episode Notes

Shaykh Yasir narrates some more incidents pertaining to the Battle of Badr and post the battle , what were the after effects.

70 prisoners of the Battle of Badr were taken back.why did this happen and what was the wisdom behind this? Two prisoners were executed-Anathr ibn Harith and Uqbah ibn Abi Muayt.

The Prophet ﷺ proceeded from Badr on Monday, 20th Ramadan. The people of Madina could not believe their ears and eyes until they saw Zayd ibn Harithah returning on the camel of the Prophet ﷺ named Al Qaswa.

The Prophet ﷺ took the captive 70 prisoners with them to the masjid and told each person who had captured them to tend to them. And the chieftain of the Quraysh who was among the prisoners was tended to by the Prophet ﷺ himself.

The incidents relating Al Abbas ,Abl As ibn Rabbiyah,Amr ibn Abu Sufyan and Abu Aziz ibn Umair also make for an interesting listen in this video and we benefit from these stories because of the lesson and morals each of these stories translate into.

The prisoners of Badr eventually came around and accepted the religion of Islam such as Nawfal ibn Harith, Abbas, Aqil ibn Abi Talib, Suhayl ibn Amr and many more.

What after effect did the Battle of Badr imply in Mecca and Madinah?

  • Idolatry in Madinah vanished completely as the pagans who stayed in Madina realised that paganism would have to leave from here.
  • Nifaq or hypocrisy came into existence.

Episode Transcript

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smilla Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Anwar Ali, he was a big marine from my back. So we are now doing, I think, the sixth lesson of butter, correct. This is the seventh, sixth, sixth butter. And we still have probably another two to go. So we're doing this in quite a lot of detail. I thought I would finish by today but it looks like there's still quite a lot left and then we want to do so to unfold. So maybe even three from today we have left from for better. So, last lesson, we were still at the place of the prisoners of war. And we had mentioned that the prophets of Allah Allah who was seldom his he had Allah subhana wa

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tada reveal diverse that basically said that okay, this time you can do it, but it would have been better if you had done the other option. And the other option was district or option. Now the question arises, what is the wisdom in Allah subhana wa tada telling the prophets isn't that the harsher treatment, which was the execution, that was the harsher treatment was better than clemency and mercy in this time, there are a number of wisdoms that we can derive the first of them is mentioned explicitly in the Quran. And that is Allah says that mark, and Elena being in your corner who has sort of had a youth center filled out, it is not appropriate that a prophet, any prophet has

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prisoners of war, until he establishes his authority in the land. You see, forgiveness, when it's done out of weakness, is not considered to be effective. Whereas forgiveness when it is done at power, this is when it is the most effective that you can, if you forgive, and you're not capable of exacting your anger, then what type of forgiveness is not the perfect forgiveness, right. Whereas if you forgive at the height of power, this is genuine forgiveness. And so Allah subhana wa Taala hinted that, at this stage of weakness at this stage, when the table has not yet turned in your favor, when you are the ones who are still having the lower hand, it would have been better if you

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did this to get to the upper hand. So this is one wisdom that is done that. And here we're going to talk today. And next lesson, we'll talk very explicitly about, in my opinion, the the pragmatism of Islam, compared to other types of systems that preach tolerance and love, but can never practice it themselves. Right? That those ways and systems that say, turn the other cheek, and forgive and what not, because this is such an unrealistic mode of living one's life. I mean, if you always turn the other cheek, everybody in the world would take advantage of you, right? And no country or society or people can exist with this ideal. And that is why these teachings cannot be a socially viable

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alternative to society. You understand what I'm saying here, right? To always turn the other cheek and to always forgive. This means that everybody in the world will take advantage of you, and never has any country that has claimed to follow this doctrine ever adopted it, think about it. Right? Never has any society that claims to follow this ideal of turning the other cheek. Never Have they been able to implement it. And this, in my humble opinion clearly demonstrates that this is an unrealistic utopia. This is a role model that it might work on an individual level once in a while, but it will never be a realistic option. Our religion teaches that the general rule is forgiveness

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and mercy. Yes. The general rule is, if you forgive it is better. But at times you need to demonstrate justice and sternness. You send the message. People understand, don't mess with me.

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That needs to be demonstrated.

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And this is in my humble opinion, frankly, a sign that Islam is a much more realistic pragmatic reality that it deals with the status quo deals with how to deal with people, Allah is saying that you shouldn't have forgiven at this stage, because you're still humiliated. You're still oppressed, had youth fill out when you establish your authority, then you should have forgiven. So what is the ideal to forgive? But when is the forgiveness done?

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When you are powerful

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look at the practical elements of our religion had a youth center fill out another wisdom of not forgiving at this stage was that, and this is exactly what happened that for every person that you'll save,

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maybe for every two that you'll save one is going to come back to fight you.

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Because you're still in the beginning of the battle. And it's the same enemy, these are not going to be a different enemy, it is the rush. Right? So you're going to save them now. And the exact same person whom you saved will come back to kill you. That's not very wise at this stage. And this is what happened that some of the people who participated in but they of course, some of them accepted Islam, but some of them came back. Some of them came back for his app, some of them fought in other expeditions. So this is another wisdom that why would you free somebody that will come back and then try to harm you the exact same person. And a third wisdom Omar himself alluded to

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when he basically said to the Prophet system that you also like give me the bundle Id give me my relative give it his relative give everybody the relative to demonstrate to the tribes, that we are more loyal to Allah and to the faith than we are to the ancient system of generally of tribalism, right. This is a wisdom demonstrated by Omar that gives me my relative and my sub tribe, so that nobody can accuse that bundle Hashem killed bundle ID and bundle Killa kill bottom up didn't know, we will demonstrate our loyalty. And by the way, this took years for the courage to understand why are these people fighting together? Remember in the Treaty of Arabia,

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when so hative anomala came to negotiate with the Prophet so sudden, and he's looking around his karate is a calculator at that time he accepted Islam. He's looking around, and he says, oh, Mohammed is awesome. Do you really think this motley crew this crew of weirdos basically from all different tribes? What is uniting them against you? That's exactly what he said basically like this, this disparate group because he couldn't see anything in common. Right? Do you really think this this motley crew has English words like literally a bunch of of you know, different

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people that have come together will be able to unite and fight you against the courage Come on get really thing right. Look at now he cannot understand that Islam is more powerful a combining factor then tribalism, why would they fight you as soon as they see as they will run away? He's telling them this and that was when

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we'll talk about that but Abu Bakar and he was not one to get angry, right aboubaker stabbed him with the the the butter of his knife not too sharp, but the back of his knife, right, hit him. And he said a very vulgar phrase, which we'll never expect abubaker to say. But his anger got the better of him. And he actually uttered a type of curse word, literally a type of curse word which, when we get to it, we'll figure out how to teach and it was just so difficult thing to teach. But the point is Abu Bakar said it and I will Barker is the most modest and the most humble and the most quiet. But this thing made him so angry that he actually hit him. And he cursed him in a vile, vulgar

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language, right? Because he couldn't understand what is Islam but Islam unites us all together, my pointing Romana gave this wisdom that, that if we do this, then we will demonstrate that nonetheless, Allah subhanho wa Taala accepted as we said that he had of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and therefore, the decision was given that all 70 prisoners of war will be taken back to Medina, all 70 prisoners where we take him back to Medina, on the way there.

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On the way back, we said that the process and passed by the well I give you that story in a lot of detail, the kaliba brother, the well of butter, and then he paused at an open area of land. And in this open area of land, two prisoners of war were executed.

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Out of the 72 of them were not spared the general rule that they were spared. But then there were two who were not spared.

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And some scholars have said this is the only time that a prisoner of war was ever executed under the prophets of the law while he was setting them that this is the only time this is one.

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That theory that shows that the general rule is that prisoners of war are not executed in Islam, but on occasion they might be and those two that were executed, were unavoidable. epanet Harris and Rockabye even Abby Moore is another internet How does number one and number two even be more is why these two.

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As for another imminent Harris, another have not had it.

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In his house said about him that he was Shea von Neumann Shalini koresh.

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He was over the shale clean of koresh. And it is said that over a diversity

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In the Koran were revealed about him and another abundant Hadith. He was of those who he was one of the very few chorus us who before the coming of Islam, he had lived abroad. So he had lived in the the ancient city of Hara. And Hera was the capital of the,

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the the Mohamad dynasty in Iraq, and this is an ancient Arab dynasty, and here was a very magnificent city. So another had lived there for a few years, then he had come back, and then the way he had started, so, he was one of the few who had an outside education. Basically, when the Quran began to be revealed, he became the most sarcastic commentator of the Quran. And he would say that, what is these fables, I can give you better fables than this. And it is said that every single reference in the Koran to somebody saying these are fables. This is another in here Illa, a se Oberlin, right, a se etc. For here tonight, a booklet and we'll see that there are many such

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references that they say that these are ancient fables assaulted his story. Literally, I've said this many times the word story and the Arabic assaulted the same as se story history us out to you. They're the same route, which is a Latin root, which has been gotten into Arabic and it went into English as well as se and history are the same. So he would say these are ancient fables. And he would say that I can give better than this. And Allah revealed in the Koran, that

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who does more injustice than the one who says seven zero mitula and zero law, I can reveal as Allah reveals, this is another another Hadith. He is the one who said so own zero myth Rama Anza Allah, I can do better than a lot in this corner. Right? And it is said that one day people will come around the process to listen to him. Another would come and say, leave these stories come and listen to mine, I have better stories. And he will start talking about the stories of the ancient kings of Persia, and the

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my apologize, my cough has still not recovered.

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The ancient kings of Persia and the legends and the heroes of the Persian fables, which by the way has been recorded, who knows the book that has been recorded in which is a classic.

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Even before this,

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those C's

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for those C's Shama? Shama right, Shama for the dosi This is the original, which is in Persian, and then outflow rain is no no, this actually is you're getting confused or You're confusing me. No, no, it has nothing to do with this. Nothing to do with this. Other flavor. Layla is about daddy and Arabic tail, which has some Persian No, we're talking about Ferdowsi Shana, which is in this box on his room heard more about because it was written in Persian, right? in Farsi in ancient Farsi. And he's a Muslim Ferdowsi, why am I going to this tangent let's get back here. Somehow sometimes it just go down these these tangents. It's a very interesting book, which has become a legendary in

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Persian literature. The moguls loved it, the most mass produced it in beautiful calligraphy with with paintings and whatnot. And this Shama for those C's. For those who Shama, it is a history of all of the ancient Persian kings up until the coming of Islam. And that's why it's relevant for us as well, that he talks about the conquering of Islam and the Persian Empire. In any case, so this guy another Libyan had it had many of these stories, the same types of stories that are recorded in for those whose shahana so the ancient fables of the Persian, so he would say, Come Listen to me, I will give you a better stories. Right? This is that person that Allah referenced in the Koran, also

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another biblical Hadith, and it would be more of these two in particular, and so they will kill together they had a lot of tactics together, the both of them decided to travel to yathrib in the days of Islam, early Islam, and ask the who would trick questions to trick the process room with you know, remember the story? Remember, we were told we went to destroy, right? Because of which sooner which sooner was revealed?

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this pseudo use of in one opinion and sort of caffeine and other soda have the three trick questions right.

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Tell us about the liquor name. Tell us about the rule. Tell us about who are those people that traveled

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from from Mecca to Medina, unavoidable and Harris have been I've been wearing these to,

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to travel all the way for what reason to try to trap the professor. And they came back so happy and proud that now we have him trapped. We have the questions from the allocator the hood, that for sure he cannot answer and that shows he's a liar. And of course he answered it, and then what happened to the two of them, they just do

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ignored their claim, right? This is another and Aqua. And as for Aqua I mean what can we say about Aqua, Aqua was one of the most vile and evil who remembers what budget he has so many stories

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about was the one who physically carried the carcass physically carried the carcass, in that infamous incident when the process was in such de Rockabye was the one who went outside happily, a Buddha had taunted we just said, Who can get the carcass? Who's going to do it? Who is going to come on? So even as Hawk says that karma Phil omya, often, the most despicable of them stood up, and that is a bit of immoral. And he rushed to get the carcass. And he then carried it from outside of Makkah. And as I said, Can you imagine a nobleman who has slaves, who is a rich person, he is going to spoil his blood with a dead animal, stinking, rotting, dead animal, and he's gonna take it all

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the way back to the cabin, to throw onto the process. And this is,

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this is gonna be right. What else? Who can remind me he has a number of stories in the seal?

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What else is there any other

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was the one who physically tried to choke the process to death while he was praying that he took out his his cloak, his aka he took out his cloak, and he threw it around the neck of the process of them. And he tried to choke him. Then what did abubaker say?

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Excuse me?

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I talked to Luna Rajan and Yakuza biala. Will you kill a man just because he says a lot is my lord, this is that I end up on a robot is the one trying to do it. Okay, robot is the one trying to do it. And then there are other stories as well about the robot. What else did he do?

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multiple stories. This is a robot. So when the robot was brought out to be executed,

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in front of all of the prisoners, he said, Why me out of all of them, like he's literally begging for his life. Now, why me? And Ali said, because of your animosity or enmity, either watarrka because of your animosity to Allah and His Messenger, and it just said that Ali was the one who killed him.

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So aka by himself, and also there's a

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in Syria in his heart that mentions that, right when he's about to be killed. He's basically begging for his life, somehow to look at his character. Some of the others, they died, however, ignoble, but they didn't beg for their lives. Buddha had and others they remained kibra to the very end, right? And here's an Oh my, oh, my God, he tried to barter his life for money. Right? Oh, my, I tried to purchase himself, right. So when he sees now it with the sword, he falls on his knees, he is begging the prophecies that are being saying that Oh, Mohammed, who will take care of my children

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unless Libya, who will take care of my children who's going to do to take care of my children, and the process and give a very enigmatic response, which we're going to explain now. He simply said, on the fire, unknown, and then he was executed by Ali. Now, what does it mean? Uh, now one of two opinions is given. The first of them is that the process is saying, don't worry about your children, you have to face the fire now, you have something far more bigger than your children to worry about. And then the the other interpretation is that if they follow your footsteps, they don't have to be worrying about taking care of you have already led the way to the fire for them. So these are two

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interpretations given about what a noun means over here. Also, there's no question that there has to be pointed out that here he is groveling for forgiveness and begging for his own children. Where What is his own sympathy? When the Prophet system his daughter had to come and save the Prophet system from such though, right when no other man could do it? Because of Fatima, the little girl had to come running. You remember the story of the carcass, right? And Fatima had to come and because no man would dare do anything over there, though. There were there. were laughing. Even Massoud himself says I couldn't do anything. I was a slave. Right? abubaker was far away. Fatima comes running.

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Where was his sympathy for children then? This is of course the standard, you know, cowardice that is used Where is his bravery now that he could do this to the process and now he is saying manless subarea Yasuda law. Also, as I said, and I don't make any I think this is a very realistic and pragmatic sign that our religion shows harshness when it is due. And it shows mercy when Mercy is due. That people like robot and people like another the message needed to be given that not all could follow the same that people like these they went out of their way.

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They are as big as Hawk says the shehryar clean of the kurush. So for them the message is given that there is no clemency there is no forgiveness, you will not be forgiven. And frankly, these people, they were to the level of all of the others who were killed. They were to the level of those who may have been highly offend. And although the rest who were killed for some wisdom that Allah knows maybe to demonstrate a special death for them, these two were spared.

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Maybe to demonstrate that, this special, if you like, ignoble fame that they got that they will be the only prisoners of war executed at the command of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The the Prophet system left from the Battle of butter from the plains of butter on Monday the 20th of Ramadan, because he stayed there for three days. 17th is better the battle. So 17th was Friday. So Saturday, Sunday, Monday, he left on Monday. And the Muslims he had already sent some criers back, and the Muslims were waiting patiently to find out what had happened at the Battle of butter. And the rumors had come because three days had gone by, but they really could not firmly believe that this is happening until finally the first person to return was Zaid. Even Hadassah is a div inheritor, the adopted, quote, unquote, son of the processor.

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And the process and I'm sent him on his own camel, I'll call swap as a sign that this is he's telling the truth of cassava. And of course wha the camel is everybody recognizes they could recognize animals back then as well. And unlike us through to us, all camels look the same and whatnot. They recognize the cassava, they recognized. They, they come so excited is saying Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And then he starts mentioning the names of all those who had been killed. Portilla, Shaban Robbie cuchillo, may have been Khalid Portilla, Abu Jamal, and so who's who of every single famous person of the crush, right? It's unbelievable. Like this is just news that it's

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it really is if you think about how many people were killed and who that list is. It's unbelievable. When the Muslims heard this, they became very happy. And when the Neo if you like Manasa corn, because at this point, there are no more

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than one African will start right now. Today, they will start this is the beginning of ninjak. Right. So the group that was to become the munafo owner, so I say the neoma. Right, the group that was to become the winner on when they heard this, they started mumbling and, and and split spring amongst themselves that clearly was that Zaid has gone crazy, and that Mohammed's awesome has been killed. And they it has gone crazy and taken his camel, and now he's delirious and he's now babbling, because they couldn't believe that the news is actually true, is simply unbelievable. Ironically, as we'll come to the exact same reaction happened in Makkah, when the first crier came

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back, that's not true. That couldn't be true. Right? both camps were basically were in a type of disbelief that How could this actually have happened?

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And so the hypocrites began, and the Neo hipparcos really began saying that the Prophet says himself is dead. And so Pamela, then, in fact, is about to begin now and such as the way with them when after upon that they will leave no opportunity, except that they will attack Islam and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There's one footnote of a sad news here that as they didn't hide it, I was coming into the city. And he's saying a lot of work, but a lot of work. But one person also heard the tech bit and that was a smiley been a fan. He heard it in but they're just as they finished burying Roca. Yeah. Right. So the tech bill came, he literally heard it the same day, that

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rock that Rosetta, that Osama came back, sorry, not, some is eight. They came back the same day, the same minute, the same hour that it is said that he just finished varying the doctor of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And that was when he heard Zaid saying Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. So he asked what is going on? What is it? It could be? And so he was told that the Battle of butter has been a success. And well, like if you think about it, the Battle of budget is one of the happiest occasions for Islam and the Muslims perhaps, up until this point in time, nothing happier has happened, nothing more joyful than this. And yet still allow will that on that day, a tragedy strike

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the very household that deserves the most joy. And that is the profit social. Right. That Rocha Yeah, his daughter, according to one note, the the order of his daughter's, we really don't know to be honest, even though there's a common understanding, but Raka might have been the second she might have been the third. Some say she might have been the first as well. So

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There's some instead of which number of daughter, which number daughter she was, but she was the first daughter to die. That's for sure. She was the first daughter to die right after her birth mom married.

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After Mickelson, right? So Roca was the first of his daughters to die. It is as if Allah subhanho wa Taala is showing that no matter how happy you are, this world is going to be a world of testing and a world of trial, that even on the day of budget, now, if Allah had willed, it could have been delayed, or we could have been come back, but the very day of budget, that the happiness should be the utmost, it is as if the message is also being given that realize this world is

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a temporary abode. And life and death does not stop for anybody.

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Anybody that it comes when you least expect it.

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And this is the reality of hire to do that, as the process of said, Every one of us has a long list what we want to do. And before we get to the end of this list, life makes that list cuts it in half, right? He gave this you know the example right? That every one of us has a long ml, and his ml goes everywhere, all the way out. But then he drew a line and it goes, Death comes and all of those desires go out and will lie This is the way every one of us when our time comes, we will wake up. And we think we have this to do that, to do this to do that to do and where will that this go to just go out the window with our death, how long it will be gone. This is the reality of life, it is

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as if our processing himself is being shown. And through him, every one of us through him because every obviously he is our role model, that even at this time of happiness and joy, still realize that the ultimate happiness is in the next not in this life. And so they they demand how they came back, and the new spread in the amongst the people of Medina. And they all gathered together to wait for the prophet SAW them to come. And the Prophet system came back with all of the 70 prisoners, prisoners.

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And they marched to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu it he will sell them because they don't have any other place to put the prisoners, right. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam dispersed the prisoners amongst those who had captured them. So he said, Go take care of the prisoners of war yourselves. Each one who had captured would basically hosted the prisoner. And the chieftains or the leaders of the Quraysh, are hosted by the prophet system himself.

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And I have commented here before when I talked to Sierra, that never in the history of humanity, has a prisoner of war been taken care of, by the ruler, the king, the prophet, that was in charge of the other side of the army, never has a prisoner of war been taken into the very house, that the king, or in this case the Prophet lives in. This is never in the history of mankind, that the chieftains of Quraysh. And in particular, so Haley bin Amma was the senior most living. So it was the same one who's going to negotiate her baby, right, you can understand who is the head of an AMA, he's the same one who's going to negotiate Arabia, he's of the level of Abu Sofia, he is now of the elite of

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the college, the rest of all gone, those senior to him. They're all dead now. So the senior most members of the Quraysh they are housed in the house of the Prophet sallallahu it he was selling them foremost amongst them. So hey, even amor, and as I said, where in the history of mankind have prisoners been taken, and put in the houses of the same roof that the leader that the ruler is going to sleep in, and this is what our religion did, that they housed the prisoners along with their captors. And

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so the the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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something happened here, which caused her to regret what she had done. So the she was with the mother of those that had killed Abu Jamal.

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Remember the two kids that had killed Abuja, right. So that was in their house. And when she heard so she was not at home, when she heard that the courts have surrendered and the process was come back. She rushed back home. And this was before hijab was revealed. So there's no concept of separation at this time. She rushed back home, and she barged into her own house and there in the corner of the room, she saw Sue haven armor with his hand tied up and sitting as a prisoner. That's what he is, is a prisoner. Right? And she didn't even notice the process that was next to her. She didn't even know she just comes in. And when she sees the leader of the crush with her hat, his

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hands tied up, she said and she herself narrates this that I forgot who I was that I forgot the whole scenario. And I simply said that, yeah, about your z. That's his Konya. Yeah.

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If

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you surrendered like this, why didn't you die an honorable death, then live like prisoner. So what happened? instantaneously she just reverted into those old days.

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Like she's feels a disgrace that the leader of the courage is now sitting as a prisoner. That's you saying? Did you have to surrender to save your life and live like this? You should have died on the battlefield. Like an honorable man. That's what you saying. Right? So the said femen tobacco, I didn't even realize what I said. Until I heard the process and next to me, like a completely lost track of what I'm saying. Until I heard the process of next to me and saying yes, soda to Henry Lena who had a lot he was really, you are stoking him to fight against a lot in his messenger. Like, do you realize what you're saying?

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And so the said, well, Yasuda LA, will la de la isla de la ilaha illa, who I lost sense of who of what I was saying, When I saw him sitting like this, I lost control. And it basically I went back to that stage, and fellow atomic, atomic and NFC. I couldn't control myself like, so she's making an excuse for herself. And the Profit System accepted that excuse. And this shows us over and over again, we see this in the Sierra, the humanity of the companions. This is a very major blunder. And yet the profitsystem didn't criticize her like she given legitimate excuse and it, we understand her excuse that, that.

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So Haley benalla,

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the senior now you can imagine, so those grown up and so hey, there's like the leader, that so that has grown up and she has been taught to respect Sohail, and she has been taught to uphold the jiahe ways, God always now she accepts Islam. And then she seems to hate tied up like this. So she said, basically, I mean, I've tried to think colloquially, she didn't say I forgot who I was. She said, I couldn't control myself. And when I saw him like this, I couldn't control myself. So what is the psychological frame of mine, that I forgot where I am and who I am and all of Islam, what I did, what I couldn't stand is to see my chieftain, and my leader tied up like a prisoner of war. So she's

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making an excuse and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forgives her and accepts this excuse. And the point being that will lie. Every one of us sometimes we make mistakes of judgment mistakes, of emotion, mistakes, of anger, mistakes of every we will make mistakes.

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If the profitsystem can forgive a mistake that outwardly it is a type of gopher it is a type of gopher. Why? Because she is saying you should have fought against a lion as messenger. That's what she's saying. Right? And that's what the process of said, You are encouraging him to fight against a lion is messenger. Right? But what happened in her emotionalism, she lost control of rationality. Right? And there are many examples in, for example, the famous Hadith of the man who's going to die in the desert, out of thirst. The man who's going to die in the desert out of thirst and hunger, right? And he's literally dying and then he sees his camel. What does he blurt out?

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Oh Allah, you are my servant, I am yo Rob. Even the prophets have smiled at his madness. And he and he made an excuse for him that he said

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men should detail for even the process of men excuse for this guy that he made a mistake because he was deliriously happy. Right. So my point here, every one of us brothers and sisters, when our loved one when our brother when our son when our father when anybody makes a mistake out of emotion out of anger out of anything, and then recognizes the mistake. Let us also act the way that the Profit System acted here. Such Okay, okay, let's move on. That's it, he never brought it back up with so that again, it's human nature that people do make mistakes, for whatever reason, whatever the reason might be, don't keep on on the same point of that mistake. Now, the Profit System, as I said, gave

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every prisoner of war to the one who had captured him. And he said that treat them with kindness is those who beat him Hydra. I command you to treat them with kindness. And so in his half mentioned a number of stories here

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about how kindly they were treated, that one of them a Boise's, he is the brother of Mozart.

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He said that I was assigned to a group of the unsolved and every time they sat down to eat, they would give me the the bread and the meat and they would take the dates and the water.

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They would take the data in the water they give the luxurious meal to me because that he himself says because the Prophet says Matt told them to treat the prisoners with kindness. And he said out of embarrassment

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I would put the bread back in front of them.

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Because I felt very embarrassed that I'm getting the the luxury meal, right. And they would take it and put it back in front of me.

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And again, I say this is the beauty of our religion strictness, a time of strictness, those two were executed, right? But what happened to the other 70 they were treated before there were any Geneva Conventions before there were any of these things, our profit system and the Sahaba they treated them way better than even themselves were treated. And this is an unparalleled treatment of prisoners of war in human history. Never before this time. And that's why By the way, why were the Geneva Conventions given is because mankind realized, you know, we need to treat prisoners decently. We cannot just do this to them, right. Our Shetty gave these rights when no other culture on Earth

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was giving them that they were given, not the same food, better food, then their captors, right, they were treated, royally. So hain is living in the house of the Prophet system. And can you imagine? I mean, as I said, Imagine which ruler has ever taken a prisoner of war, and caused him to live in the same house as himself? The same roof, the same food is there?

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There no, Guantanamo is no Guantanamo over there? Yes, this is the reality of our religion. And we say this in light of what happened to another, and America and this is what makes our religion really a practical, realistic religion. a religion that will lie you can understand it is a true religion of Allah strictness when you need to, but the general rule is mercy and kindness, the general is mercy and kindness. So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent the message back to the Quraysh, that these are the prisoners that we will run some of. And there are different narrations given

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about the price on the prisoners of war. And inshallah, the correct opinion is that every single prisoner, and because there seems to be contradicting narrations, but what seems to be the case, every prisoner was given a price that was suitable for him.

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That this seems to be the strongest position that the rich prisoners had to pay a higher ransom. And the poor prisoners paid a lower ransom, so much so that the poorest prisoners basically went away with nothing, they could go back without paying anything. And this again, is an amazing reality that what other society will do, and also, by the way, the fact that the processes are new, every one of them personally, so he knows how much money they have as well. Right? That's also something that Who else can say every single family is known to them? They are after all, relatives, they're all currency. And so every one of them has a, a price.

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And I bust the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the Ansari who captured remember captured, quote, unquote, remember the story of his capture, right? The the small unsavoury, who thought he had captured him. So he was living with this uncertainty. So the Profit System, the unsavoury came to him and said almost interval law I'll give him to you. He's your uncle, meaning, you know, I'll give him to you. That take him as a gift. And the processor said no, rather do not decrease his grandson by even one coin, one penny, take it fully from his ransom. No, you're not going to give him he will pay for his ransom from every single, you know, every the price that he has. And he got

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a very high price. He got 4000 dirhams. 4000 items was the highest price given. And somehow again, here we find the beauty of our religion. The process of them had said don't kill him. Don't kill him. Remember, that was the command given don't kill him. But now that he's captured as a prisoner of war, he shall get the exact price that is do the 4000 that is do not just that but the Prophet system told him that you must also pay the ransom of Athene and nofal both of these are his nephews octane. octane is the older brother of Adi of nebuta. Right, the older brother of Jaffa octane was the oldest and then Jaffer and an alley octane Jaffer. And then it so after he was also captured,

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and then nofal even had it and it had it was the oldest son of Abdulmalik

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and how it was the oldest son of Abdulmutallab, so no further than how it is a cousin of the Prophet. So I sent him and his nephew of a bus. So he said, You will pay the ransom because they don't have any money. You have money. So the he had the highest ransom and yet to pay for all of them. Now it's an interesting Hadeeth here and muslimah Mohamad that he came to the Prophet system and he said that Yara Sula, la Yasuda la I'm a Muslim. So why are you putting around someone me? I was a Muslim, and they forced me to fight. So now he's arguing that he was a Muslim. What did the process of him say?

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Allahu

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Allah.

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knows your situation. Basically we have to judge you on the outer reality. Allahu Allah. Allah knows. I'm not saying you weren't, I'm not saying you were. Allahu Allah. Allah knows your knee yet and your situation. And if what you say is true, Allah will give you something better. But we have to judge you by your actions and you were against us, so you must pay your ransom. It is said and he himself said this Ibis himself said does that Allah reveal surah and file verse 70 about me. Allah reveals that and filed verse 70 about me. What is this verse? Allah says in the Quran that Yeah, yeah you nw coolamon vi de como, La La Colombe come Hi, Ron, you to come higher on mimma Okay, demon

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como la la comme la la for Rahim, O Prophet, say to those whom you have as prisoners of war.

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If Allah knows that you have good in your hearts, Allah will give you something better than what he took away from you. And Allah will forgive you. And Allah is a foreigner. If you're good in your heart, Allah will give you much more than he took away. So I better said this verse came down for me.

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So I bought set to the process of them that almost intervalo you put 4000 did hums. I don't have any money.

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I don't have How am I gonna pay 4000 did hums. That's just for me, by the way, then he has to pay for it. And he has to pay for an open. He said, I don't have any money. What are the process? And I'm say, so he said to him? Where is that money that you and omal father, your wife hid on such and such a date that you went out and you buried it. And you said to my father, that if I ever die, then this will go to two fathers and this will go to

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Abdullah and this will go to another of his sons, right? Where is that money that you hit? Right? So immediately he said, I swear by the one who has sent to you with the truth that you are the Messenger of Allah. No one knew about this other than me and her.

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Right, like he said, panelo Look, you know, and this also shows that perhaps even an Ibis was not that much European. Like he's saying he's a Muslim. Allah knows at this stage, how much right? And even the presence and a lot of them? I don't know, you know, a lot of them. So this type of incident. So he's saying, Where's my money? I don't have the money, right? So the President said, well, you had that money, remember you and

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your wife, you went in, you hit it on such and such a place. And you told her on the way back that if I ever die, this money goes to this son, this much goes to that son this month, where's that money? That's the money I want. Right? So that's when he said, I swear that Allah is the one that has sent you with the truth. And Abbas used to say that so the verse says that if Allah knows you have good in your hearts, he will give you more than what he took away. Our boss said later on in life, that will lie, I wish the processor had taken more from me, because what he gave me in return is much more than what he took. And he said that I had to give 20 or 30 years, which is an amount of

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silver for an amount of silver. And instead of these 20 years now I have 20 slaves, each one of them is a businessman trading. And I get basically the profits of 20 businessmen underneath me, right? So my boss was a businessman. He was a very shrewd businessman, he had a lot of businesses in the end. And that's why in the kotoba of what our agenda, what did the person say about a bus that the first business transactions that deal with interest, and I will make null and void or those of our boss because my boss had a lot of interest,

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a lot of interest that was owed to him. And he said the process and said that to show you, I wouldn't want anybody to benefit my own uncle. Nobody has to pay me interest anymore.

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So he had a lot of money even by the time of the conquest of MCC. So, the point being that an Ibis therefore paid his full ransom along with the ransom of his two nephews. It is also authentically reported. We hear about this as children and we teach our children this and it is authentically reported in the mustard. Remember that there were some capitals who didn't have any money, but they knew how to read and write. And so the prophet SAW Selim told them that they may go free if they taught the children of the ansara how to read and write to be literate. And this is an authentic hadith and Muslim environment. We hear about this all the time. And this is a very true incident and

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we know the benefits from this I don't need to derive them for you the importance of education that education was valued more than a few thousand. Durham's were that the process and wanted to spread literacy in a society that at the time didn't care about literacy. At the time, literacy was not encouraged, but the process of did encourage it. And these types of studies show with this. I've also said many times before, that Islam was a civilizational force for the Arabs that Islam came to a

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A group that did not care about culture, about a dub about history about reading and writing, and it brought them all of these things and more that Islam came in it was a civilization. It raised the Arabs up to be the leaders of the world. This is something that I've mentioned many times before. And these types of incidents they prove that another incident regarding the prisoners of war deals with a blouse, if not rubber, a blouse, if not robbia, who was the son in law of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the husband of zeyneb, the husband of Xena and Zainab is most likely his eldest, Zainab is most likely his eldest.

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But also by the way, his mother was Hynde who is hint

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No.

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The other hand

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No.

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Khadija Khadija sister

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Khadija sister

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right? I knew I made a mistake. Exactly. I'm thinking I made a mistake. You're right. Hello, my mistake. Yes. 1.21 point for him. Muay Thai, Muay Thai.

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I was wondering it's not Hindi, right? He knows. It's harder, harder, harder, the older sister Oh, Khadija. So I will ask

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Khadija is his collar. So he's the cousin of Xena. Right? You understand? And this marriage had taken place in the days of Jackie Leah.

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So this shows us how old is Dana as well, by the way, right? This marriage had taken place before all of this animosity would not have began. And a blouse was a loving husband. And there's an incident we're going to come to later on where zeyneb gave him protection when she was in Medina, we're going to come to that when we come to it. So I will ask at this point in time is fighting against the Muslims in the Battle of butter, and

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the ransom was sent for him as well. And it is said that when the ransom came

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the Zain of the daughter of the Prophet system to to make up the whole quantity. A part of what she gave was her jewelry.

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And one item of that jewelry was a necklace that Khadija used to wear

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that she had gifted to Zeynep at the time of their wedding as a custom filter to say that mothers gift their jewelry to their daughters, right. And so when the profitsystem saw this very necklace, his heart melted,

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that this is the necklace that hadiya used to wear. Right. And they could see the effects on the face of the prophets of Salem that this is that necklace that brought back the memories of collegian. Pamela so many as we know, I've given I've given a whole lecture about Khadija I remember her detail actual Khadija that the footsteps of harleigh would almost bring the processor to tears, right? Yes, that's how you remember it right? the footsteps of Allah, that he would recognize from her footsteps, he would think it's Khadija then he would say this is Hannah. And I sure would get jealous when Hannah visited because she could see the effects of her digitus memory on the face of

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So when he saw this necklace, they could see it physically affected him and the Prophet system. We'll find out why in a while he requested to those who owned a house or were captured I will ask that if you feel it is appropriate. Can you set him free? Without this without this item? Can you set him free? So he made a shofar? And who's gonna say no to the chef out of the profits of the lock while he was setting them so he was sent back and we'll discover why this happened in a while that a Buddha would ask if another beer was sent back without this ransom.

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Another famous story that took place was that the ransom was the ransom of Ammar Ibn Abu sufian, the older brother of Malawi, Abu sufian,

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the son of Abu Sofia. Now Abu sufian is of course the leader of the caravan. Abu sufian is going to be the leader of

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Abu sufian right now is the undisputed leader of the kurush he is now the big guy

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and so he has been traumatized the most in many ways because now all the pressure is on him to make a standard decision he's been utterly humiliated that in trying to save his camels and the you know the caravan what happened disaster and all the muck right you understand this point put yourself in his shoes like how must you be feeling so

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he was sent that go run some your son armor even Abby Sophia and when whenever we

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sofiane heard that his son was held for ransom. He said, do they expect me to give up my money along with my blood. They have killed Humberto, one of his sons that that died in bed that they have killed humbler. And now they want to make me penniless, to get to pay for imma let him remain in their hands, he will stay there as long as they want. I'm not gonna pay money for my son basically. Right? And so Pamela, it is amazing here to see the only reason he could have done this was that deep down inside, he knew that they wouldn't kill, and they wouldn't torture, and they wouldn't persecute him. Think about this, right? That no matter how much he hated Islam and the Prophet

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system at this time, he knows that his son is in safe hands.

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And the irony is that that's why he can say, let him have in as long as they want to. Can you imagine if he had been tortured? Would the father be saying this? No. So he knows that they're going to take good care of him. And it is this irony that he simply says, Let him remain there. But he did a very dastardly deed, a very evil deed to get his son back. And he did something that goes against the principles of Islam, and even the principles of their jalahalli laws. And of course, Allah has forgiven him because he accepted Islam later on. That is that he violated the sanctity of the Haram. He had something in mind what he would do, many months later, many Muslims so he's sitting in Makkah

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for as long as this we don't know an exact date, but weeks and months go by that one of the

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elderly people of Medina and unsavoury by the name of sad Edna Norman, who has nothing to do with brother or anything. He's just a person living in Medina, and he's a Muslim. He's come to do business in Makkah and to do terrafirma. And as we all know, from the beginning of this series, we've been saying that maca is a harem, and anybody can go to Makkah, and even the Quraysh would see the murder of their father in Macau and they would not hurt him. Right. This is the law of Islam. It is the law of Jehovah. It is the law that the courts themselves upheld. And ironically, the only went against it for Muslims. So now inside of Norman came

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Abu sufian in broad daylight, kidnapped him

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and held him hostage in his house. And he said I will not release him until you release my son. This is now blatant.

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extortion. There's just no way to say this nicely, right? blatant extortion. And Allah has forgiven him because he accepted Islam. But at this point in time, this is blatant extortion. So he said, a life for a life. You release my son, I'll release a Norman. And so the sadness Norman. So the tribe of sudden, man, they came to the process and they said, Oh, messenger of Allah. This is this has happened. And so he released the son of Abu sufian, without any ransom because of this, because of this extortion because of this. And this is, I mean, again, we see this from the very beginning the double standards of the punish that a few months ago, when the Muslims killed somebody in the harem,

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remember the incident right study at the nulla, a few months ago, and Raja when they killed one person, they went crazy. Look at these people, they're doing this, they're doing that when one of their chieftains in broad daylight in front of the cabinet kidnaps an elderly person, not one word comes out of their mouths. double standards, obviously.

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And this is we see this all the time, and every single nation that opposes a London messenger, they can talk about human rights as much as they want and freedom and whatnot. But we see double standards over and over and over again. This is again, this is when you don't have a hard and fast standard, their consumer law, then you will make excuses for yourself. And you will not make excuses for the others. And also see that the Profit System, there's an area there's sorry, there's an air of pragmatism here he deals with them. Despite the fact that his open volume, he still deals with them. Because what is what is it the fault of aside even a nomad he brings him back and he has him

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he swaps the two prisoners of war.

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And of course we all know the famous story of Musab had been made, that when he passed by his brother, a Boise's had been made a Boise's when he saw his brother, he became very happy. He said, Oh, my brother, now, you know, help me out here now. Right? Help me out. Now you can help me. And instead of answering him, he says to the unsavoury, he says to the unsalted that had captured him, that makes sure he doesn't escape, because his mother is a very wealthy woman, and she will pay top dollar for him.

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The highest ransom, right. So his brother says, Yeah, this is how you treat me. And so most I've said, Hi, the Alfie Duda

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versus my brother, not to

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Islam separates, this is my brother, not you had he do NACA, and

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many other stories are mentioned as well. There's also the story of those who could not afford any ransom. And of those was an event, hunted, slave, even refer advisor. These are all names of people who could not afford any ransom. And they were also illiterate, so they couldn't teach. So what to do with them, eventually, all of them were sent back without any ransom. And this shows us again, the pragmatism of the Prophet system that he knows. And it is said that was the for example. He, he, he came to the process, he said, almost interval law, you know that I don't have a powerful family, you know that I have no sense I only have daughters, I have no money, and I have a large family. So

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be generous with me. So the Prophet system freed him with one condition that you're never allowed to fight against us again, go back and never fight against us. And so I was agreed to this. And he went back to Makkah, and he wrote a beautiful poem, which is recorded in his house, praising the generosity of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this is again, it shows us the mercy of the Prophet system. And in fact, it turned out that and this is the whole point. This act of mercy caused him to accept Islam, that when the process was so nice to him without taking any ransom, let him go without any condition other than don't fight against us. Eventually, he accepted Islam, and

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in fact, many of the prisoners of the Battle of butter eventually they accepted Islam either before the conquest of Makkah, or, or immediately after it starting with an Ibis athlete even Avi polyp the brother of Allah even ever thought he accepted Islam no for him, then how did the cause of the problem accepted Islam? So hey, they've been amor accepted Islam, all of these people, they eventually accepted Islam. And this shows us not all of them, but I mean, many of them. And this shows us the wisdom that Mercy is the general rule, and sometimes strictness will be shown as well. Now what was the effect of the Battle of brother in Makkah and in Medina after the battle, but

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in the Battle of in in Medina, two things are the most significant politically. Number one.

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All the pagans, the mushy recon that remained in Medina, realized that they will have to abandon their paganism, even though there was no explicit command for the process to do so. And so, the last remnants of idolatry disappeared at the battle after the Battle of butter, that it became clear that it's simply not possible for an idol worshiper to remain in this society. And so paganism simply disappeared. There was never a command in Medina to stop worshipping idols. That never happened. But slowly, more and more people converted, and whoever was left as the mushnik dwindling dwindling, until finally, they all had to convert. But at the conversion of these pagans, a new trend began.

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And that is

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the fact

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that

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there was no default before the Battle of but there are no we're not going in the Battle of butter. The farm is a post butter phenomenon.

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The FARC is a post butter phenomenon.

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And it is said that

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Abdullah bin obey Him in saloon and of course, he is the leader of the hypocrites, and he was the eldest chieftain of the tribes of yesterday, as we have said many times, and he was hoping that yes, they would unite under him. But with the coming of the process of it, they didn't unite under him. It is said that when he heard his ad been How did the saying all of this names, he said,

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it appears that the matter has now been settled, meaning I'm never going to be the chief. It appears that this man is here to stay, it appears that Islam is now Supreme, and therefore, he outwardly accepted Islam. So the embracing of Islam of Abdullah the new baby salute, it occurred after the Battle of budget. And we know from the Quran that he never truly embraced Islam, that he remained a hypocrite. Now, let's get back to the story of of what else why did the process and free up allows one month after the Battle of butter? The Prophet says and I'm sent to companions to a certain place outside of Makkah, and said, Wait there for a few days and you will get a visitor, bring that

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visitor back. And that visitor turned out to be zeyneb.

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So what was the deal, then we find out later on. A blouse was freed with the condition that he sends Xena back to the Prophet. So

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this was the condition of freeing him, so he didn't pay the rent.

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Some, his ransom was the daughter of the Prophet system, send my daughter back. And I will also this time was still a pagan, he will eventually convert Xena was a Muslim. Remember, at this time you could still be married to a pagan, right? Those ayat came down in Montana later on 50. And later on, at this point in time, you could still be married to a mushrik or pagan. And so but Alex is a pagan, Xena has always been a Muslim since her father began preaching. And so

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Xena is sent outside the city. And there is a very interesting story that takes place over here. There's also by the way, the about house, he always treated Xena honorably. And he never prevented her from practicing Islam. And later on, he was to embrace Islam many years later, I will as much in that story is a very interesting story that happened when he embraced Islam as well. So when I would ask came back, rumors began to spread in Mecca, that zaner might be going back, how did these rumors spread? Allahu Alem. But everybody knew that eyebrows didn't pay his ransom. So people put one plus one together, the process did not say this. And hinder the wife of Abu sufian visited Xena and said,

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I have heard that you're about to go back to your father. to Medina. There is no need for you to leave. But if you're going to do that, then tell me before so that I can prepare your baggage for you. Because women know what women need more than men No. Meaning come to me I will prepare your bags for you, your luggage, your your your your leads, I will prepare for you. Now why do you think she's making such a generous offer?

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She has a plan was that plan doesn't have should never go back. Because they still have a hostage if you like,

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right? Daughter, they still have the daughter of the Prophet system in their midst. And they don't want to go back. And so hynd tells her that if you ever plan to leave, come and tell me I'll help you pack your stuff. Don't worry, we'll take care of everything. Right? Xena was very tempted to take her up on that offer. But she said something didn't feel right.

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There's that six cents going off. Something did not feel right. And therefore, she did not mention to her when she's deciding to leave. She prepared and she packed her bags herself. And when she finished preparing for the journey, her brother in law but Alex's brother alakina.

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So eyebrows did not want to take her himself because

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he felt too humiliated to take himself. So he told his brother Kiana that take her outside the city and you will find two of the companions of the processor hand her over to them. So this is pre pre agreed. They all know on this date hand Dana over. So he tells his younger brother kena go take my wife, Xena and take her outside the city. So kwinana not very wisely in broad daylight. Take Zeno's bags, puts them on his camel takes a nub puts a nub on his camel and begins leading the camel outside of Makkah. This is not very wise from their part they didn't think you're probably to give them some some any leeway. Probably it's a very emotional time for allows. He does love his wife. It

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is his cousin. He loves his wife deeply. He did not want to send her back because of love. But it also shows his honesty that he made a promise. And he fulfilled his side of the promise. So we give him some slack that he wasn't thinking straight. So in broad daylight. He takes a katana his younger brother takes Zeno and starts taking her outside the city. The new spreads across Makkah the Xena is leaving the news spreads across Africa. And immediately some of the Quraysh gathered together a posse if you like an entourage to stop her from leaving, that you're not going to go back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and a group of the Quraysh surrounded Xena and alakina is

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trying to protect Xena and Zeno's on the Campbell and Keenan is holding the camel. and Canada does not know who to fight with because there's so many people and it is said at this time that Xena was pregnant with child she had in her womb she had a child and a certain quota sheet by the name of Habad ebenen is what a political party so is a distant cousin, the son of motilium not outdone without going back to methodic Habad in the US What if normal party? He was the one so this is her second cousin once removed, I think I'm not sure if I'm correct. He was the one Johann qumola he was the one who thrust a spear to the camel. He thrust a spear to the camel

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To try to stop them from going, and the camel became scared, reared upwards, and they kind of fell like 15 feet from the camel, right. And she started to bleed right then and there. And she suffered a miscarriage because of this. So the child that was the grandson of the process, and basically, this child it was or whatever you want to call it, the fetus or whatever it was, miscarried at this time. And some people also say that she was wounded so severely. This is one of the reasons that caused her early death A few years later, as well, because again, all of the daughters of the process of other than Fatima died in his lifetime, right, Xena also died. And it is said that the

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wounds that you suffered from falling, you can imagine a camel going upwards, and she is a pregnant lady. And she's tossed off the camel's back that those wounds, they lasted with her for years. And then she passed away a few years later, three years after this four years after this, she passed away. And so her canine or her brother in law, jumped in front of her and said, I swear by Allah, anyone who approaches me will taste my sword and my bow and arrow. So he's a brave brother in law, he wants to protect her. Anybody who comes to her, I'm going to kill him before you kill me. And every one of you knows, he said, that how good of a marksman I am. And so the people are now they

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don't want to lose their life over this. So they're all surrounding them. They don't know what to do there. It's a type of impasse like what is to be done now. Until finally, Abou soufiane. hears Abu sufian hears of what's going on, and it will soufiane rushes on his horse. Now, this is a very sensitive situation, right? zeyneb is the daughter of the prophet SAW Selim. She's also a lady. So there should be some gentlemen this involved here, but there isn't. She's lying there bleeding. So I was soufiane rushes forth, and he calms the situation down, and he promises them Zayn is not going to leave you guys get away from here the crowd, you go away, I'm in charge now. Right? So he tells

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them to leave. Then he tells kwinana you acted foolishly. Did you expect us to allow you to take Zayn up in broad daylight?

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You acted foolishly? Do you expect us to let you just go do this, go back to the people.

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We will not be humiliated this publicly go back to the people. And wait some while when the people stop talking about this issue, then quietly hand her over to her father, we have no reason to keep this lady here, I also found is being pragmatic.

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Like we don't gain I don't gain anything by having this lady here. She's the daughter of the process of them. But you can't expect us to be humiliated. So publicly, you can't just expect to let you walk out like this. Do it behind our backs is what he trying to say. Right? Do it quietly in the middle of the night. Don't do it like this. And so that's exactly what happened that they sent word to the people waiting outside that wait a few more days, you know, things are happening, we'll send we'll send her to you. And so in the middle of the night, a few days later, in the middle of the night, once again cananda took her out and gave her over to those companions. And they took her back

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to Medina and chose us again, as we've said, from the very beginning, there's always good people in every society here is kwinana. He's not a Muslim. But he's an honorable man, that this is just not right, we made a promise, my brother came back on the promise that we're going to send, you know Xena back, and I'm going to fulfill that promise. And he's willing to give up his life, to defend that promise that really shows that these people they have a genuine honesty and good heart. It also shows us the intelligence of Abu sufian that he really is a politician. He's a wise man, and he's a politician. It also shows us by the way, there's one of the very interesting things here that

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a completely completely unrelated tangent. This man has about a banal s word even more

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about him than us What if normal.

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His grandson was amongst those who participated with Mohammed bin Qasim

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with Mohammed bin Qasim in the conquest of

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Sindh, all of us know, there was like who Mohammed do. We know this guy since we were kids? Mohammed bin Qasim.

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712. He even knows the date. Mashallah. And where did he land?

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karate, not karate. There was no karate back then.

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Yes, exactly. So this is a history we know. You guys don't know this is true. So

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Mohammed bin Qasim.

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Haji avenuesuite sent him Yes. Hi, Jimmy, you sent him. So Mohammed Al Qasim had with him, the grandson of Harbor, the grandson of Harbor, right and eventually

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This grandson, his progeny, founded a dynasty. Listen to this. That was called the hub botted. dynasty.

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This is the same hotbar that we just mentioned caused the the miscarriage right? And at least seven generations afterwards look at how Allah Danny just you know how it works, right? At least seven generations later we're talking about

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200 something See, I'm sorry 200 something hedgerow, right? Not not under Mohammed bin pawsome No, Mohammed did not pass him. And his people ruled India for a while and his governorship and then the governorship of diomedes became weaker over India, what was sent at the time, until finally Sindh became independent from the Omega dynasty. And when did it become independent under this guy that called it the habari dynasty. We are the hub bastards. Right. And this

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this dynasty, the Habad is they ruled, they ruled over Macron and sinned for over 200 years. And they minted coins in what is now Pakistan. Right? They minted coins. And I don't know if

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Pakistanis are aware of this. But there are cities in Sindh that were founded by the Hubbard's Matsuura Have you heard of one surah in Oman surah. Matsumura is one of these ancient cities that the Arabs founded You know, this

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one, so it's not an inhabited city.

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It's not an inhabited city. If you're thinking of an inhabited city. This is incorrect.

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Yeah, these days is just a ruins. ruins. It's, it's it's outside of Karachi by two, three hours. It's not at Karachi.

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I just by the way, I did a whole paper on the Huberty dynasty when Jose el from I did, I took a course called Islam in India. And so I chose to do the topic on the robotics so I have a whole paper on the body so I can talk a lot about that you don't want to be bored to death about the Hubbard's by the way. So also the Hubbard is by the way, so how were when was the end of the robotic dynasty. The fatimid is my alias, they attacked and the Smiley's the ultimates. They took over Milton and Matsuura for a period of time. And they spread their Dawa in Moulton and Matsuura at the time. And so this my ad is a box that had been there for a long time for a long time. And if you know history,

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when the first Agha Han came back, I know this is a whole unrelated tangent, but all of you in the back side is interested in this one. The first Agha Khan came back, you should know this. There was when did he come back? 1860s 1870s the first argument, right? He came back he's an Iranian he's a Persian is his Persian. When he came to India, he found a large group of his Smiley's right, where did they come from? The original is my ideas came at this time. They have been in since since 300 400 hedgerow, right. And believe it or not the first Agha Han, he took the smart elites to court because they would not acknowledge Him as their Imam. I'm not in I'm not making this up. This is

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well known. And he took them to the British court, sued his own followers for not recognizing him.

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And obviously, he won. He won the case. Right. There were two cases two court cases of Agha Khan against his own followers. Because and the point in the British court was that I am an is my I am the is my mom. And these are my these. And they are not recognizing me to be their legitimate Imam.

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And so he went to the British court in the 1871 and 1870. There are two courses, right two cases. And he won both cases. And a group of them broke away from him. And so they were called Hosier at the time. So a group of hostages became Sunni. So many of you are Sunni Bora and Sunni, hajah. Right. This is at this time this happened, right? Another group became internationally. So there's internationally hoarders as well, right? Before this time the hostages were all the smiley before this time, why am I going to this time anyway, so

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sometimes my mind just wanders in, but all I wanted to point out, so somehow what happened at this mat is one, one final point. Then my mother came and he destroyed the smiley dynasty. So after Mohammed Al Qasim, Mohammed Al Qasim was directly under the Romanians, the oma is controlled send for at least probably around 80 or 90 years, then Sindh kind of sort of became a

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broke away from oma AIDS. How did you break away the habits? The habits? I should have bought this I have a coin of the bodies at home. I have one of their coins that they I'm a I'm a numismatist. What's a numismatist?

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I'm a coin collector. I have hundreds of coins over the years and whatnot. I collect coins. So I have a coin of the Hubbard dynasty. But I'm a rich man. Not as rich as your doctors or hubs.

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So I should have well I had completely forgot it. If I remember I'll bring it a coin of the Hubbard is they have a coin. I wanted to purchase it because I was writing a paper on bananas after I purchased the coin of their bodies. So they have bodies ruled over what is now Pakistan. Not all the oxygen was done. Matan and macaron, and Matsuura these were the three places. Since what areas that until the smilies came this my ideas rule for like 3040 is very just one generation, then Moodle has never came. And Moodle has not SUNY is did again, right? And then from there, you all know the rest of the history, or at least two people from that part of the world know the rest. Again, My point

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being Why did I go into this tangent? Somehow look at how a last quarter where was her bar? What did her body do? Right? And yet in history, when you say her body it automatically if you know history, there's only one dynasty that was about it. And it's named after the same person who did what he did to Xena is called the Hubbard dynasty. So parallel This is what Islam does that Hubbard was a mushrik but his grandson accepted Islam and a whole dynasty was founded that was one of the mightiest dynasties of early sin and somehow that this is how Allah change you know changes people through Islam. In any case, inshallah, we are coming to the end of today's lesson insha Allah will

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finish the bottle of butter.

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Not next Wednesday, I will not be here next Wednesday, there will be one week break I will be in freezing Canada freezing Edmonton. So I will not be here for one week. inshallah we'll resume two Wednesdays from now and we'll finish the Battle of butter on that Wednesday, and then each other the Wednesday after that we will do suited and fun, all suited and fun. inshallah we will do that with the night data. We have a few minutes left for q&a, if there are questions about but no questions about her bodies and other phonies. That's just that was just attention.

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We don't know

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there is nothing mentioned about what he coming down. We don't know. And in either case, as I said last week, the HDR of the process is binding. So

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well like it is said that

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it is said that two different people killed each one but in somebody why it is mentioned for another in some his mentioned for opa swallow Allah. Allahu Allah. Okay. Yes, our young brother.

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No, there was, there was a stalemate, ie people were just around saying they didn't know what to do. cananda said, Whoever attacks I will kill him first before you kill me. So they're just around, they don't know what to do. And they're waiting probably 1520 minutes, they just don't know what to do. Word has gone back to Makkah. Abu sufian is now panicking. And so he comes rushing on his horse. So they waited they didn't know what to do was a chaotic time. And I was Sofia and got there before the situation got worse. So he came in from UK from the sisters. Any questions?

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Yes. Could

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you always have a long question? There's no you don't need to ask. Your questions are always long and convoluted quit

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only on Wednesdays.

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No, actually every single

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Sunday.

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Second, day after

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this

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last panel.

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Let me ask you if you say it is the adverb of war, who would have caused that either

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all of it goes back to Allah subhanaw taala

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Is it as the punishment that He always talks about?

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So the brother is asking about the verse that Allah says to the Prophet system, that why did you forgive you should not have forgiven then the next verse is about word not for the fact that Allah's decree has already occurred about this. It is possible that a laws that would have come to you.

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What does the headies say that aboubaker and oma, were crying? Why? Because of this verse, not over the process, no bhaker were crying because of this verse. So they understood this to mean that this was a potential punishment, but Allah forgave them.

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Well, if the father

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is not liable for that is correct, this

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does not deserve punishment. And that's why he was not punished.

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The threat is there is the threat is there meaning it was not initially had that Allah would have liked him to do but a lot, let it go.

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I think is the goal of this surah is if the Prophet sallallaahu not he was easy on his enemies. And he did not kill Moreover, that's that that was the one that was a objection is he should have killed more people before taken so

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that a lot more people get a try. And so if he shows harshness to the people that attacks him, although tragic that a lot of people can die, but it's gonna save Muslim lives, because a lot of people are going to go, we don't want to mess with these people. Because the kill 1520 30% of what you said, I said it as one of the benefits of being strict. But that is not the Tafseer of this. Ayah Think about it, it cannot be the seed of desire. Well, because Allah is saying that if a laws decree had not come, then

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that would have come.

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So if they and also if that's that's exactly what it is, if it wasn't for for for you, if you should, if you stopped in the middle of noodle continue killing, you're going to lose the war. And that war is going to cause you a new people data. And it as it happened

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later on is that when people did not do not allow them, I see this as a stretched interpretation. And had this been the case, why would Abu Bakar in the process and be crying? Number two, number three

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has preceded you in this stuff. See?

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This is the analysis. I brought it up the first time I have been doing research. So who has I'm asking you

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to see if so who has read? So who has said this deficit? Exactly? No.

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Okay, so we look at who is it? If it is the person that you use pamphlet you gave me? You know what I said about him? I'm asking you to look at the classical Sunita fasea. Great.

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But as usual, our conversation becomes private. And the whole people are like wondering what's going on. But

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when you see it I've seen the brother makes the point that I've been saying to as well. You have to see who is the person writing it. You can't just you can't just paper The house is the exact same thing. The viruses also does not Yes, he does that work by RPS that says that in

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the first emammal bohart. His point is whatever the process that I'm says has to be taken. So that's what I said, No Sunni says otherwise. He is not making any. In any case. Okay, we're going back to the same issue of last of last week. Like I said, this is not an issue where Sudanese have a position and more activities have another even amongst Sunni scholars, some people held this view. But frankly, this view needs to color the color of means you need to try to patch up every evidence that goes against it. Like I gave the example last week lol advocate except for him. This is this is this is a stretch, this is your stretch. What comes to mind is that the profitsystem just said okay,

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fine.

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Yes, you could say this, but it makes a lot more sense that you just say

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so like I said, this is the color of Yes, this is this is the color of there's a print anywhere that we're going into this infinite loop. And then again, I tell tell you what

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that's similar to the feed off nothing. Well, actually, it's

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not the dino Mama.

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I already explained this to you last week, there is no such thing as Dino Mohammed Dena Mohammed is Dino LA. Okay. That's all I said. He can make decisions on his own. If I say he can make decisions and Allah has told me to follow his decisions.

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That's what I'm saying.

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No, this is this is what the hold on is when this is right up here to la altura sued, right.

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The other is because this is very clear that the job is threatened for other verses as well. That if he said anything against us, what will we do? Exactly? Okay, so this should

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In any case, after look, we're going into this private conversation, we have Mashallah 150 people here, so we can continue. If you gave them a chance to ask maybe they would ask. Okay.

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final questions before we break for sada?

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Yes, in the back. Oh has similar.

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Go ahead. Go ahead, sisters.

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No, they were not brothers. They were not two brothers. They were two friends. They were two friends. They were not brothers. They're had

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their their names sound similar

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while within wives, but they are not brothers.

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Okay, final question. We have two minutes before nine o'clock. Yes.

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Mother's

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mother's side. uncles?

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You know, that's a very good question. I will look this up. He's asking about

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he's saying that there's a lot of cousins mentioned from the father's side from the brainwashing. How about from Amina side? How about arminas siblings and cousins from the communist side? The bundles Zahara? That's a very good question. I will look this up. Nothing right now. I cannot think of anything right now. But I looked this up until a good question. Shadow. So as I said reminder next week. We were not