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Seerah – 43 Events Between Badr And Uhud

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Yasir Qadhi

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Episode Notes

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi moves on to now discuss the events that transpired between the period of Badr and that of Uhud.

The beginning is made with the elucidation of the most interesting assassination attempts made on our beloved Prophet ﷺ. Here two names come to the fore who were involved in this horrific attempt – Umayr ibn Wahab al Jumahe and Safwan ibn Umayyah. After a discussion of the way they will do this deed, Umayr went back home ,sharpened his sword and covered it with poison.what happened next? Was he successful in his misdeed? Shaykh Yasir unravels the truth.

What is the stance of the Shaykh on the saying that our Prophet SAW discriminated against the Jews? What is the truth in this? We are provided with satisfactory answers and our doubts are put to rest.

Why were the Banu Qaynuqa expelled from Madinah? What benefits were derived from such an action?

  • The Banu Qaynuqa were the largest of the jewish  tribes and also the least harsh.
  • The Prophet SAW was put in such a situation to choose sides and this was unacceptable.
  • The Munafiqs were coming on to their own by showing their true colours.

A hadith which deals with the issue of Nifaq or hypocrisy is as follows:

When one of the leaders of the hypocrites came to the Prophet ﷺ and a normal conversation took place between them and he had left, the Prophet ﷺ said, “What an evil man he is”.to this,  Aisha RA said ,”you were just smiling and laughing with him!”. The Prophet ﷺ then said “Oh Aisha have you ever known me to be crude and rude? This is the leader of the hypocrites. Verily the worst in the eyes of Allah are those whom we are forced to smile at even if our hearts curse”.

Allah says, “If they do treachery to you, you can never do treachery to them”.

Episode Transcript

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa was so happy.

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So Alhamdulillah we have spent six or seven lessons on the bottle of butter. And we've discussed the Battle of butter 30 so now we're going to move on to what happens between buttered and orchard. And the first incident that occurs or that is mentioned, is a very interesting one. It is an aftermath of the Battle of budget. It's something that's linked to the Battle of budget. And this is one of the most interesting assassination attempts upon the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam now what happened was as even a sham gives the whole story in detail that after the Battle of butter, soft won even omiya pause your pop quiz who's suffering who was happened to him?

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His father and brother he was the one who when the messenger came back with the first person to came back from San Juan said, this guy's gone crazy. How can anybody be killed go ask him worse have one. And then he says the one sitting right there and by Allah I saw his father and his brother as they were dragged to his death. This is a funny bit. Oh my Yeah, right. The center might have been Hello. This is a funny one who is the son of the owner of Bella. So so far they've been Oh, my ear was sitting with his cousin, Romain, IGNOU, Wahab aluma here, and they were both reminiscing about the losses of the Battle of butter. And Romanian Wahab, his son had just been taken prisoner of war. And

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his son was still in Medina as a POW. And he didn't have or he couldn't, or he didn't want to, we don't know, pay the ransom. So his son is in Medina, the father is in Makkah, and his cousin is suffering the son of the famous over a year, even harder, and suffering began ridiculing and criticizing and saying evil things about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the problems that this new religion had caused, when Rumi said and he was of those words of the most severe in hatred towards Islam. When omae said by that, well, law, he were it not for the fact that I owe so and so some money, and that I have a family to take care of, I would personally volunteer to go to

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Medina and execute the Prophet system myself. I'm willing to undertake this assassination attempt, for they have destroyed my family, and my son is right now a prisoner with them. And Romain, therefore, is volunteering. But he's saying, I have a family and I have a debt to take care of. So someone took this golden opportunity, his father was only a rich man. So if one said, What if I take care of your debt, and I promised to take care of your family, to the extent that everything that I give my family, your family will get the same? every gift I give my kids, your kids will get anything that's their you, they will also get it will you then agree? And so Romania said, in that

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case, if you promise me this, then don't tell a single soul and keep this conversation between between the two of us. And romaine immediately went back, he didn't tell his wife, he didn't tell his servant, he didn't tell anybody. He sharpened his sword. And he poisoned it. such that if the tip had just entered into anybody's body, it would have been enough poison today. He saturated it with poison and the Arabs hadn't. Of course, every civilization has techniques to put poison on their, on their weapons, and he poisoned it. And he then left Makkah without telling a single soul where he's going complete secrecy. And he made his way alone to Medina. So he travelled for over two

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weeks, almost two weeks he traveled because the average travel time is around 1112 days, and he's traveling by himself. So we'll be a little bit even more difficult. And he works his way all the way to Medina. And when he comes to the city, he disguises himself, you're not not disguised. But when you were in the desert, it was common for the Bedouins or for the travelers to cover their hair, not their hair, their face, excuse me, right because you don't want the sand to go in. So you will you must have seen pictures of how the people in the desert they cover their face up from their turban. So he's coming from the desert and he covers his face up in the manner of every traveler. This is

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what travelers do. And his sword is hanging from his neck, as the travelers do because the travelers they

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They have their sword hanging from their neck and he makes his way straight to the masjid.

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And Roma hottub recognizes him from the eyes, he recognizes him over the hakab recognizes him. And he said, hadn't killed this dog. He called him a dog. How'd I do will love this enemy of Allah, by Allah He has come for some evil intent, he sees him from afar, he knows something is wrong. So he says, By Allah, this person has come for some evil intent. And Rama immediately went to the prophets Allah send them before

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miracle find him and informed him that the man is here in the city he's looking for you are made up now what happens here in the city. So the process of said Bring him to me, bring him to me doesn't have to find me bring him to me. So aroma of Nakata immediately took his own sword and went out to meet roommate because he doesn't know what roommate is up to. And he told the unsolved to bring the the the personality of Romania bring them into the masjid. And the Prophet says that I'm said allow him to come in. But watch every move of his because this hubby's this filthy person cannot be trusted or may was known from the days of jeconiah for his evil nature, and even the fact that he's

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volunteering to assassinate By the way, and by the way, his son is hostage right now.

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Can you imagine he knows if he does what he does what's gonna happen to his son? It's understood, right? He's willing to give this up as well. So he's basically willing to kill himself, because there is no way out for sure. And even his own son, as punishment, of course, that's going to happen in order to kill the Prophet sallallahu. I think he was setting them so remade, followed in with him. And sorry, aroma and aroma. They both came in together. And Omar had his hand right on the sword aroma, waiting, if Roma does anything, I'm going to basically defend the profits of the low seller. When romaine entered, he's greeted the profit system with their greeting. And that was in

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Nam sabaha. In Alibaba, which basically in English is good morning or have a pleasant day. I mean, this is the way that they would greet each other in jelly and I'm sabaha. So the Prophet says Adam said, I've done a lot of Denon Allahu taala. Hiram inherited Allah azzawajal has given us a to hear a greeting. Hi, Ron minha. To hear to a little Jana. It is the greeting of the people of Jana. It is the salon. So parallel, even here the process of giving him that one, right, that we have a more beautiful greeting. What does it mean? A Salah Morocco, and I've given a whole whole about the etiquettes of Solomon, what is the meaning of Salah, and why do we say Sanam? So the process of said

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Allah has given us a better greeting than this. And that is the greeting of Jenna. And that is the greeting of Sam. So romae said that by Allah Yeah, Mohammed, this is something new to me, meaning I've never heard of this. This is your business. I have my own ways of greeting. So the process of said magic, because to me, why have you come over me? Why have you come? So Romain said, in order to negotiate the ransom of my son, he has an excuse ready?

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I've come to talk about the release of my son, and that you send him back with me and be good with him. Until we negotiate, be good with him. So the profitsystem said, if that is the case, what is the sword around your neck?

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If you've come to negotiate your son's ransom, why do you have a sword around your neck? That's not how a negotiator is going to come armed? And so may have said that. What is the point of this sword? This sword here? It says if you never start like this sword here, what good did it do us at butter? Meaning what are you so worried about? We were armed to the hilt better. And we didn't. We didn't win. So what are you worried about? What good did this or does it better? So the process that I've said, Tell me the truth? Why did you come over me? So he said, I have told you the reason for my son. Now the process that I'm sad, so God must have come to know this is not the reason that you

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came. Rather you and someone were sitting alone in the hedgerow right outside of the cabinet of you and someone was sitting in the hedges, and you mentioned your losses at Bethel. And you said that we're in not for your debt and your family, you will personally go and kill Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam so someone offered to take care of your debts and your family so that you may come and kill me, but Allah azza wa jal has come between you and your plans. So he told them exactly why he was here. And omae realized that there was no way that the profit system would have discovered this except for lotto

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because he's he did not tell anybody. Not even his wife knows where he's going. He has himself traveled had any trouble

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Ever been faster than me is going to catch up? You know who's gonna be the main road which is the main highway if you like he's been taking it. He knows exactly who's traveling. There is no way that the profit system would have known that homemade is coming for this deed unless Allah subhanho wa Taala told him, so he immediately blurted out that he had to unlock a lot of Sula. Now, so panel I said this many times before, that so many times we learned from the Sierra, that some of Islam's worst enemies were sincere in their animosity. Right. Some of Islam, his most vile, despicable enemies, deep down inside, they really didn't know Islam to be true, by the way some of them did,

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which is the classic example. Right? Some of them did know Islam to be true. But there were many who did not know Islam to be true. And they oppose Islam, genuinely believing it to be a false religion. Now, I remind myself and all of you that if this is the case with people who interacted directly with Rasulullah, sallAllahu it who said them, that sometimes you took a miracle as blatant as this one, like a slap on the face? Can't you still figure it out? Right? Then he realizes instantaneously. And this reminds me as well of the conversion of the magicians have found, right? That they are the worst of people. The Magician is the Sahara. When they see this miracle. It's

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simply too stupendous. Your eyes cannot, you know, explain them except by saying that this is from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now my point here is, what therefore should we make of our modern enemies, of the leaders of the Islamophobia of this land? of those who are smearing and giving our religions such an evil reputation? I have no doubt that some of them deep down inside, genuinely believe this crap or this filth, excuse me for saying this, but they genuinely believe what they're saying is true. Right? That they as well have been brainwashed as they are brainwashing others. You see my point here, right? And therefore this causes us to pause as well in how we deal with them back that

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sometimes, now of course, we have to use our wisdom, sometimes harshness is good. And sometimes gentleness is also good. And I've said many times general rule is that gentleness wins over harshness, right. And so here we have romaine, literally flipping in 10 seconds, five seconds. That one hit the the sword is right here. He's literally waiting to come within stabbing distance all he's waiting for, right? He's standing in front row mode is there. He knows his life is over. Now, if he really does this, he just wants to take the sword and prick. That's all he needs to do. And he's trying to get the conversation flowing. Can you imagine the amount of hatred and the amount of

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animosity and then within five seconds what happens? I shall do unlike a lot of Sula

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that I testify you must be rasulillah. And yeah, we used to nuke an akuna Luca de Vaca. We used to consider you to be a liar. We used to reject you.

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When you told us that why he would come from the skies. But this issue that you just told me, no one knew of it except me and software.

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And there is no way you could have been found out or informed of it except from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And so I thank Allah who has caused me to see the truth and guided me to Islam. Subhana Allah, literally, instant conversion. And now he is thankful that Allah has guided him to Islam, rather than being killed rather than losing his family, his son Alhamdulillah Allah has saved me spiritually and physically. So the Prophet says that I'm said teach your brother about the religion and helped him to memorize the Quran and go free his capital for him for free. It's his gift. So kinda look at you know how one second he's doing this. The next second he gets every blessing

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imaginable his son has given to him back for free. Go free his capital from another is embraced Islam go free his capital for him.

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We also see over here by the way, the importance of the hold on that literally the first advice he's given, go teach him Islam. Go ask him to memorize the Quran. He needs to memorize certain ahead a certain ayat Fatiha the short sutras and similarly when a person converts to our faith, we should be as strict as possible without turning them away. We should tell them yes you need to start praying and memorize the Quran even if you have to read it from an English in the Salah. We just had a conference last week and I told them look write the fact behind English right al h Al Hamdulillah and have it on a card and when you're praying pull it out and just read it like this for him. It is

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allowed in this beginning stage he's a new convert. He can't even read anything. So the point is look the first commandment given go teach him the religion and help him

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Memorize some Koran, and then go free his prisoner for him. And this was the way of the Prophet system that anytime somebody converted, anytime somebody converted, he would assign a teacher to him.

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And this is a sooner that sadly, we have completely neglected. And we're like it's such a simple sooner such a simple sooner that when somebody new comes to the rescue the new convert, the first thing we need to do and I mentioned this when I talked about the more aha as well if you remember that we talked about the the pairing of the people that this is a certain that that we need to really revive that we should have a list of brothers a list of sisters, every time a new convert comes, we pull this list out, Okay, next on the list, you adopt this person, and then you go teach him to Islam, and you're the foster family. Right? You will invite him to your gatherings so there's

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got to be a sense of community and it's such a small thing to do, and it's so easy to do it and inshallah Tada, I hope that we will be able to

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pursue this in a more professional manner here at MIT and then inshallah hopefully in other massages as well. So he remained there for some time learning Islam. And then he decided he wanted to return. So he said that Yasuda Allah notice used to call them all Mohammed. Now we change the other sort of law, right? Yasuda law, I used to strive my best to extinguish, extinguish the flame of Allah torturing those who embraced Islam. So now, I asked your permission to go back to Makkah, and call them to Islam, just like I used to prevent them from Islam, that may make up for some of the harm that I've done. Right? And I used to irritate you and the companions let me go back and defend you.

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So now he's feeling guilty. He wants to go back to Makkah to make up what he has done. Of course, he is one of the big names of the array. So his life is definitely protected. He is a pure Cora, she is a pure blooded or are she is one of the senior guys. And so there's no danger to his personal life. So the process that I'm told him to go back now, nobody in Mecca knows what's going on. So one after two weeks, began to soften is of course, his cousin began to spread in muck, that just wait some good news is gonna come to you. Just wait, I can't tell you. There's a big surprise, right? Just trust me on this one. That, don't worry better things happen. But I have a big surprise, right? So

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he's building the hype up. And then he finds out that Romania has accepted Islam.

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Soon as he finds out, and he confirms it from Romania, he makes a vow a vow to Allah, another to Allah, that he will never ever look at him speak to him be under the same roof as him. After they were blood cousins. They've grown up together, they have friendship together. Now he makes a promise to a law that he's never gonna have anything to do with his cousin. That's a roommate. And Romania did in fact, return to Mecca. He began preaching Islam, and had been as half mentioned that a number of people converted to Islam at his hands. And this again, shows us here is the process and I'm for 13 years, right? But there's always a personal or family factor, that now when omega converts, maybe

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another cousin of his maybe another nephew, there's always something that comes closer to home. Not that he's preaching to new people, it's the same people. But again, this is the way Islam takes a while. It's not something easy. And this is one of the most naive assumptions that many, many of us have. I just talk five minutes, and they're all going to convert, it doesn't work that way. A person has been raised in a certain philosophy a certain way of life. Sometimes it takes decades for them to really think things through, right. And here we have the example of this now, by the way, just as a footnote to the story. So here we have these two cousins.

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And eventually Romain makes hijra to Medina, perhaps even before or heard we're not sure exactly when, perhaps even before

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now, or maybe then comes back to Makkah. In the conquest and the army of the conquest in the eighth year of the hijra. Right, Romania comes back as a Muslim, his cousins of one is obviously still a pagan in Mecca. And so one assumed that the Prophet said would not forgive him. So he fled. By the way, the South one was not of the six from the process, and I'm put on the list, but someone assumed he would be because he's the son of omega because he has his own baggage and history source of one flood, or maid enters, and always searching where's my cousin? Where's my cousin? He finally finds out they haven't spoken since. Since they plotted to assassinate right? Because he made the promise

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he's not going to speak when they conquer maccha he's wanting to find his long lost cousin and friend. Where is their mate he finds were so fun. He finally finds out so fun has fled. Why because he's scared of the processor. So it will mail goes and says oh messenger of Allah. Please can I ask you to offer a special protection for someone special protection promised me that you will not harm him, then I'll go hunt him down. So the process and he whenever he was asked, he would never refuse as you know, he would never refuse. So and by the way, he wasn't even on the list anyway on the initial

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List of the six. So he said you have my protection given you is called in Arabic is called a man, a man is protection you have my man. So homemade went and found where his soft one hiding and cajoled with him convinced him a little bit of back and forth. Until finally someone decided to accept Islam. They came back and someone said the Shahada in front of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, look at the amazing color of Allah, that these two cousins are plotting and planning to assassinate the prophets of Allahu Allah, he was selling them, the one converts early on. And this is a big blessing, as we have mentioned many times, and the other one makes a promise never to

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speak. But the first one or may still has love for him, he still has the French the bond, right? And he wants to help him out, despite all that's happened. And so he's the one who gets the amount goes, finds his cousin, and convinces him. And then so panelo The both of them, the both of them, they embrace Islam, directly at the hands of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So this is an interesting aftermath of whether there is yet another story that is linked together but not directly related to it.

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And this is a very sensitive story. And it is a story of the bundle pain Oh call the bundle pain. Okay. Now, before I begin this, we need to pause for a little bit of a background and a disclaimer.

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With regards to the Syrah

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those who wish to criticize Islam, they try to criticize it based on a number of grounds. Firstly, the morality of the prophets of the law, how do you send them? So they mentioned certain things about marriages, for example, they mentioned things about caravan reading, and we explained a caravan reading. As for marriages, we'll talk about one by one. But these were things that deal with personal morality. Right. And one of the most sensitive things in that regard is, let's say the story of Xena, let's say it is one of those things that is used, we'll talk about that a lot more than when and how that's definitely a very difficult story to talk about the Satanic Verses another

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one, that we talked about that in a lot of detail. Now, there's another angle or another tangent of criticism. And that is the political dealings of the professor's not the personal conduct politics. And when it comes to politics, the number one controversial matter is with regards to how he treated the yahudi tribes. This is the most sensitive, and the most politically charged issue.

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And there are others as well, which we'll come to one by one, the assassinations of Gabriella Shroff, and others. And these are things that are very sensitive of political nature, especially in light of the modern times that we're living in. And therefore, this is a topic that requires thorough attention. It requires a sensitive, if you like, understanding of why this is problematic. And of course, one of the main reasons is problematic is because the processing of stuff would allow he's accused of anti semitism he's accused of a mini Holocaust is a very common phrase that is used right? Again, in the aftermath of the Holocaust, which we're all opposed to, and none of us defends

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that that that happened. But what happens is every single instance of of harming or killing a group of Jews, sometimes even if it's politically motivated, it is automatically linked to the Holocaust. Right? So there's always this linkage that is difficult to

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difficult for many to, to really explain out of, and we need to defend the Profit System fairly and squarely. What that means is, we're not allowed to sugarcoat, we're not allowed to invent a store full of false ways to defend him. We need to let the sources speak for themselves. Right? And by now you know me that I'm not an apologetic by apologetic what is apologetic means mean? Somebody who's trying to apologize on behalf of the faith, ie defend the faith no matter what, write that he doesn't care how he does it. I am somebody who firmly believes the truth is always the best. Honesty is the best policy. And if our religion says something or does something, it's not my job to defend

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it. Allah azza wa jal has, has decreed it, it's not my job. You see my point here that I firmly believe, like I've done with been upset about the Kava, that is not my job to defend it. That's a law's house, right? My job is to tell it like it is. So

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we have to point out that this is a sensitive topic, that we need to be aware that this is politically charged in light of the Palestinian Israeli conflict in light of post Holocaust issues. And we also have to point out that look, anybody who has a disease in the heart will always be able to find something negative.

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In fact, you don't even have to have a disease in the heart. Sometimes it's just possible to see the glass half empty, when it is clearly half full. Right? You just want to emphasize it is half empty, and you're not telling a lie. So there are always I mean, the classic cases the woman who complained about her husband, you know this Hadith of the Prophet

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The classic case, right? The woman complaining about her husband that Yasuda law, my husband, sleeps budget, never prays budget on time, yada yada my husband does not allow me to fast. yada Shula, my husband beats me when I pray. Pamela that's like, what an evil husband, right? But the process of didn't pronounce the judgment, you said, Call your husband for me. And he asked each of these three questions, what is your

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defense? And in the end, he actually agreed with every single defense. Now, of course, the point of the Hadith is not what he said or not. But the point is that he agreed that okay, you know, you seem to have a point here. And so, basically, you know, the process of ended up agreeing with him. Now, what the wife said, was not a lie. Every point of hers was valid. But she put it in her context, and the process that I wanted to see his context, right. So what I'm trying to say if this is the case, with regards to something so simple as the husband wife dispute, what do you think about something so politically charged as a massacre as an expulsion, right, because that's the point of each of the

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three tribes faced negative consequences, starting with the bundled payment.

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And then, of course, the other year who the tribes Now, again, before I begin, this is all prelude to the federal Penal Code story, the claim that the Prophet system was anti semitic,

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or that Islam discriminated against the Jews, or that the process of discriminated against the Jews. Honestly, this claim is so

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shallow, that no serious person can say this. And all you need to do is look at Islamic history. All you need to do is look at Islamic history, that up until the creation of Israel in 1947. Up until the creation of Israel, Israel,

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there were large pockets of Jews living in many Muslim lands in complete peace and harmony.

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The Jews of Iraq, the Jews of Tunisia, the Jews of Morocco, the Jews of Yemen. And it is true to say that every time the Jews were persecuted in Christian lands, every time they were expelled in Christian lands, they always found safe refuge in Muslim lands. This is historically absolutely true.

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From the time of the Obama years, there are buses up until the expulsion from Spain. How did us end up in Morocco when they were expelled from Spain, they went to Morocco, right? by the 10s, of 1000s shiploads. The Sultan literally sent his ships for them come down, we want you there was no sense of animosity and hatred. And it is so true to say that almost all of the animosity in history now is because of the Philistines Israeli conflict, that in pre Israel before the creation of Israel, the Jews living in Muslim lands lived in harmony with their Muslim neighbors. And frankly, Muslims and Jews have more in common than Muslims and Christians and Jews and Christians, Muslims and Jews have

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more in common when it comes to how they interact and their laws and the Shetty on the Holla Holla. Holla. Holla literally means Sharia law means the way halaqa means the path surely means the path that you would have had aka the Muslims have a shady app, and it overlaps in 70% of his loss. Right? So all you need to look at historically is the most important Jewish figures throughout Islamic centuries have always been Jews living in Islamic lands. Right? Starting from in Baghdad in the seventh century, the greatest Jewish thinker that had the most profound impact in medieval Judaism. His name was Satya. Satya got on in in Baghdad. He's one of the greatest thinkers he is above that

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he is writing in Arabic.

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He's born and raised in an Arab environment. And of course, the single greatest thinker of Judaism without any doubt the one greatest mind of Judaism that all Jews look up to. Who is he?

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Spanish what

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most of you know mamoon Moses Maimonides They call him but um bom bom bom is their title for him, like shake hold Islam or something. So Moses Maimonides is the greatest Jewish mind ever.

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And to him, they owe their creed, their most basic law books, their most important commentaries, it's literally one man, Moses. Now this is a whole different tangent here. I don't even actually cut into this now. But there's a recent book that came out and on Amazon, you'll find it by one of the leading

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experts who actually claimed that mu subdomain moaner Moses Maimonides was a practicing Muslim, meaning he embraced Islam as a way of life. Why? Because in his youth, and this is

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Through. He actually studied in the madrassas, and he studied as a Muslim meaning he dressed like Muslims, he, he prayed with them like because that was how he grew up that of course, ethnically, he's, he's Jewish, right. But he grew up in the Islamic environment of Andalusia, and the greatest universities were by Muslims and the greatest libraries. So he basically entered the culture of Islam. And this was true. And that's why almost all of his books, his greatest books are in Arabic. He's writing Jewish books in Arabic, by the way, right? And these had to be translated into modern Hebrew. He didn't write it in,

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in any language other than Arabic. Why? Because again, this is the lingua franca. This is the main language of the time. This is the most scientific, the most advanced, and he then migrated to Egypt. And in Egypt, he became the personal

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doctor. He was a doctor as well, in those days, philosophers, doctors, botanists, geologists, they're all in one basically, it was all one, he became the personal doctor to Salah had dinner up.

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That because he was so and so obviously, in this position, his fame increased even more in Egypt, right? And he became the grand Rabbi as well of Egypt. So this author theorized that in Andalusia, he remained a Muslim. When he came to Egypt, He then returned to Judaism. Now, whether he was actually Muslim or not, is, besides the point for sure, for a period of time he lived as a Muslim, that is a historic fact right? That he basically entered their culture for a period of time. Now, My point being who can argue that Islam discriminated against Jews, knowing some of these facts, and this is just the the the the tip of the iceberg? And of course, the most obvious point? How can

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Islam be anti Semite when the Arabs are Semites? I mean, that's just the term is meaningless. Really, you know, the term is meaningless. You cannot be an anti Semite, if you are the children of Ibrahim, because the descendants of Ibrahim are Semites. So the Arabs are Semites and the Jews are Semites. It's not possible for an Arab to be anti semitic. An Arab can be anti Jewish, yes, but he cannot be anti semitic. My point is that and this is the main point that I will argue throughout every single incident, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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did not treat the Jews in any negative manner, because they were Jews. Rather, he treated them the way he treated them because of what they did. Not because of who they were. This is the main point. Yes, some very harsh treatments are going to come later on, not for the faint of heart right now. But some very there is indeed Yes, there is indeed a tribe that was put to the sword. But he did this because of what they did, not because of who they were. And there's a big difference between this point, right, you can be a criminal as a Muslim, you can be a criminal as a Jew, you can be a criminal as a Christian, to be punished as a Jewish criminal. You're being punished because of your

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crime, not because you're a Jew, to be punished as a Muslim criminal, you're being punished because you're a criminal, not because you're a Muslim. This is the argument that I will make. And basically all of the scholars of Sierra make as well. By the way, I have to point out one of the most interesting figures of Judaism

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who also had a lot to do with Islam.

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His name is sharp tights v shop tights v. Now shop tights v. There was a large This was in the 1500s, there was a large group of Jews, they thought he was Jesus Christ, he was the Messiah. They thought he was the Messiah. You know, the Jews are waiting for the Messiah, the Messiah, sharp tides, V was the largest movement, the Messianic movement ever in the history of Judaism, where 10s of 1000s of people they consider this man to be the Messiah, and they followed him, and they basically took Him as their Messiah. What happened? Believe it or not, he actually converted to Islam, sharp ties v. Towards the end of his life, he converted to Islam. And the Sultan of the

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Ottomans was so happy at this, that he made him a visitor in the Ottoman Empire, he made him a visitor. So this caused a huge divide amongst his followers, because we thought he's the Messiah. Now he's converting to Islam. What do we do now? Believe it or not, most of them rejected him, obviously, they're not going to go that far. A large group accepted Islam with him.

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And to this day, they are a group of Turkish Muslims that are called Don may do me Don't make

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that go back to these Jewish people who follow chap tights V and then basically converted to Islam. But by the way, their beliefs are a little bit in the middle. So I mean, I'm going to tangent there, but it's interesting stuff here that they have slightly interesting beliefs, if you like they're a filter in Islam now. They're not pure Sudanese. They're a group within Islam, and they have some interesting beliefs. Anyway, I'm going to my time just get back to the topic. I don't know how I got it or was it

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Okay, no car, let's go back, buy don't buy a new car or you buy a new car, the bundle a new car. According to an rpd, they were expelled on the 15th. of show while in the second year of the digital. So how long after rather quickly?

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One

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one and a half years, yours

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15th of show was second year of the

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one and a half month, less than a month. One was buttered. 17th Ramadan, this is now 15 show what

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15 show one. So it's literally three and a half weeks. So this is very close to. But now what happened? What is what is the whole story of bundle pain? Okay.

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Here's one of our problems. We don't have that much details of any of these three types. And that's where the main problem comes. Why is this the case? Because obviously, generally speaking, when you record history, generally speaking, if you want to talk about your father, your grandfather, you mentioned the good points in a lot of detail. And then you mentioned the downs, just generically passing over. Because not because you want to hide this is because human nature is this way. Suppose you want to have a history of your father or your grandfather, you talk about your father, he suffered some loss. And it goes, this was a difficult year for him. Let's move on now. Talk about

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the good times. Then he won this award, and he met the president. And now you go into a lot of detail. And the positives, similarly, and when it comes to these types of stories, there was no need for the Muslims, the early Muslims to preserve the sordid details, the gruesome or the or the the, you know, the the the all of these details they just glossed over it. So we don't have that much we literally have in his heart literally has a page about the bundle cleaner, less than a page about the bundle penguicon. Right. Other early sources give us a few more stories. And this is really one of the problems that we have trying to reconstruct what happened is Hawk simply has a generic line

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that the bundle ponoka increased in their hostility against Islam, something generic like this. What did they do? We really don't have that much detail. Right? What we do have are two things that indicate much worse that indicate what is inside two specific things. It is half mentioned that after the Battle of budget,

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after the Battle of the battle binaca were saddened at the loss of the kurush.

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And at the victory of the Muslims, this is really clearly they are not happy. Right? And so the Profit System went to their soup. The bundle final part had the largest marketplace. Do you remember when the process came to Medina? And he said the bundle peanut powder soup you need your own soap? So he made his own soap remember that right? So the biggest soup up until this point in time was the bundle cleaner. They had the largest soup and people would come and they would buy and sell also the bundle cleaner pot we're known for being Goldsmith's, this was the tribe that you who the tribe they would buy and sell gold and they would fashion gold, they would hammer gold. They were Goldsmith's,

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so he went to their Salk, and he gathered all of them together.

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So he's now speaking to the bundle final car, and he admonished them

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about this attitude and reminded them of their Treaty, what treaty?

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What treaty?

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You protect us we protect you. We're all going to be together against external enemies. Internally, you decide your matters will decide our matters. Remember the Constitution of Medina. Right? The cipher he reminded them of the treaty, like this is not a right attitude.

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At this, one of their leaders stood up and said, Oh, Mohammed Salim.

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Don't be fooled or deceived by your recent victory.

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Don't be fooled by your recent victory.

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You fought a bunch of nobodies like the Corolla home, there's no mention of them. Had you really been fighting men? men like us, you would have seen what the result would have been.

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Now that is blatant in your face.

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This is not like, you know, rumors or no, this is their elite one of their leaders standing up straight to his face saying, don't don't think yourself so big after better.

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Don't think that you're all mighty and powerful? No, you were fighting a bunch of losers. You haven't faced real men like us. Had you faced us you would have seen what is fighting. Now that's quite clear. This is not a happy situation to be in. And the battle final car were at least 2000 strong in terms of men, women and children 700 fighting men. So for every man generally there's three or four women and children. So at least 2000 maybe 3000. They have been acquainted with

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The largest of the three Jewish tribes By the way, been opening your heart with the largest tribe, and so blatant threat. So the tension is simmering, increasing. There's one incident that the straw that broke the camel's back. one incident occurred that basically the fuse lit what was that incident? Rather, crude and vulgar. That one of the ladies of the unsought went to the to buy and sell some of her merchandise. In the sock. She sold the merchandise she has a lot of money, and naturally she wants to buy some gold. So she sat down in front of one of the Goldsmith's and she has now the money and the goldsmith began flirting with her to hospital, I began flirting with her,

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asking her to expose some of her out some of herself. And of course, she refused. So he made a motion to somebody behind. And that man came and did something, perhaps put a peg into her book or something, or perhaps tied it up, right, such that when she stood up, her entire garments came down.

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And she was left there with nothing on and she began screaming as the Huda rounder began laughing and making fun of her. And she called out for help. So one of the Muslims who was there, went up with his sword and he chopped off the head of the one who had done this.

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He chopped off the head of the one who had done this in anger, immediately. Now, this is their territory. This is not Medina, this is benoquin o'clock when you can call outside Medina, like you normally 20 minute 30 minute walk, basically you walk outside the city, immediately, the binocular cop surrounded him and killed him.

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So now his life is also gone. When the news reaches back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he sends them the message the cipher has been broken

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halus there is no longer a treaty between the two of us why because the prophets are sent him never, never surprised breaking a treaty This is not allowed in Islam. You are not allowed to go against a treaty without telling them that look, we have now broken the treaty there is no treaty. So this is a warning basically. And Allah says this in the Quran. So that is the I had just come down in better suited and fall verse 58. And I mentioned this in yesterday or last Wednesday's, Haddock what a matter how fundamental Coleman pianos and from bt lay him out. So if you fear treachery from a group of people, then break the Treaty on equal terms. You cannot disobeyed the treaty. What is break the

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treaty made you announced to them? Okay, the treaty is no longer valid. You cannot surprise attack because you have a treaty with them. You have to tell them, you guys have done something that no longer the treaty is valid, it's not in effect anymore. So he sent them the message that call us and we no longer have this pact between us. Now, the final part, they really did not expect the process to do anything.

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They did not expect him to do anything.

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Perhaps it was arrogance, perhaps it was confidence in their numbers. Perhaps it was confidence in their fortresses. Now another point here. And the Quran mentioned this many times for all of the tribes. The hood had a different way of living.

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And they did not teach just the Arabs, the Arabs did not take it on the hood, all of them all of these three tribes and the tribes of hiber. By the way, all of them would live in massive fortresses. They had learned the mechanism or the art of building thick walls and layering it. And this is something they did not teach the Arabs or the Arabs did not learn from them. The hood tribes were living like this. And of course hybris fortresses were the biggest, by the way, and the most difficult and we'll get to hybrid when we get to it. But even the bundle final cart had their fortresses, fortresses multiple. So every large family would have its own, right, every sub tribe

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would have its own and they had dot dotted their fortresses around various localities. So they thought we have fortresses. We have so many men, what's going to happen yet the Prophet system marched against them immediately. And when they heard he's coming, they ran into their fortresses and they locked themselves up. And the Muslims did not have the weapons or the mechanism or the catapults at this stage. catapults would come in her name in a book way at the end. Right now they don't have anything. So they didn't have the mechanism to fight against fortresses. What did they do? You lay siege, cut off supplies.

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And of course, they don't have an unlimited supply of water. This is not America that there's Zim right there. They don't have unlimited supply. So after a while they know is going to run out. And so for half a month, the prophets Islam and the Muslims surrounded them for half

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For a month, they laid siege to the tribes of the battle colocar until finally, they decided there is no alternative the water is going to run out. And so they surrendered. They surrender

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the prophecies in an order that all of the men be gathered together and rounded up and tied up like prisoners of war and then decide what is to be done with them decide what is to be done with them. So when they are tied up, the bonafide o clock in the days of Mahalia had two main representatives or allies from yesterday from old Medina from yesterday. The first of them was their buddy Abdullah, nobody even said Who? The leader of the hypocrites, right that they were very close with him. And the second of them was the Sahabi robot, even a summit robot the imminent summit. So they reached out for help to these two people. You to help us out now.

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You are our allies. You are our fan. You were the ones we interacted with from the yesterday writes from the hustler giants. They were both hustler giants, the bundle pyrochlore. And the hustler dice hadn't. Remember from many months ago, the bundle a new car, and the hustler had an alliance right, and the burner leader and he has an alliance that we talked outside an alliance that we talked about that long time ago. So who has strong alliances with the huzar edge, and Abdullah bluewave DeSoto was from the Hasidic rights and robotic Nosov. It was from the house address and they were both considered to be the representatives. As soon as they reached out. Look at the reaction of the two

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of them. Robot Ignacio Ahmed went to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he didn't go to them. He went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said O Messenger of Allah, I want to tell you, I am no longer there Hanif

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prime resigning, he resigned to the process of about this that I am no I can no longer support them. And that my wellI is Allah and His Messenger

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in mo D, because the opposite is like what he and I have, buddy I have cut off my ties from the blue car no car nothing to do with the buy no pay no car. So he said at a while Lola hawara Sula that I will have my alliances with the line is Mr. What's happening sides are being drawn. And he is saying I can't be on the side of the road almost and drove a lot. No know that. Yes, that was my position. I resigned from that position. I no longer have anything to do with the bundle Chi new car and my ties are with Allah and His messenger. I tell what is the law? What are Sula who, and I cut off my ties from these people. As for Abdullah

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he marches straight to the bundle Coronavirus camp where they are now prisoners. And he demands the Muslims there to release them. Get rid of these chains will not change but they will ropes, get rid of these ropes. And the sister the Muslim you're going to listen to your just the process. And if they say no, we're not going to do this. He demands do it or I will do it. And the Sahaba in charge, his name was Kodama, he said, If you dare do it, I will kill you. You're not going to, you're not going to overcome or resend them the command of the prophets or sell them. If you do it, I will kill you. So he doesn't want to lose his life. And so he goes and finds the profit center wherever his

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campus of course this is all happening in bundall, Plano Hawes area, it's all happening outside of Medina. And he marches to the Prophet system. And he says, Yeah, Mohammed, he rarely called me out of sutala. Rarely you'll find it once in a while. In this year, he rarely calls him out of pseudo law, even though Allah azza wa jal clearly says, Do not call the messenger like you call one another, that he received, he could wipe out the combinado don't call the messenger like you call each other. Right. But he would do this because he's Abdullah, who you know who he is. Also, by the way, I need to point out, it's still early in the game. I've done live and obey.

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Still, there's hope for him in the eyes of the Muslims, right? He's still not the leader of the monasticon. So clearly, as you will get to Ohio, it was the real turning point as we'll get to, or there was one it was blatantly clear that these guys are just non Muslims. Right now. There's still hope but it's it's coming. You see the hatred is there. So he goes to the problems Yeah, Muhammad

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Sallallahu it he was sent them

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be generous with my hula fan.

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Notice robot that says they are not my friend I

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have cut off from them after what they've done. And you are my way or messenger of Allah. And robot is saying these are my, these are my Olia, be generous with them. And the profitsystem was silent. He didn't say anything. So he repeated his request. Oh, Mohammed. So I said, Be generous with my hula. And the Prophet says

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Saddam was silent. And he began to turn away, that he doesn't want to say anything. Unbelievably, have the love and obey took the profit systems armor by his hand. And he shoved his hand into the armor to hold on to him. Can you imagine? Right? He put his hand into the armor. And he held on to him.

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And he said, Be generous with my Buddha. And the profitsystem said, out of Sydney, let go of me. Don't hold on to me like this. And his anger began to show because he's not irritating him.

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I know you're not the boss here. You're not the one who's going to decide what is to be done. Right. And the Profit System in his house says that it was clear that the anger was visible now for on his face. But he held on tighter. And he said, No, I'm not going to let go. Can you imagine the presidency and let go saying no. So he says, For the third time, way heck out of Sydney. Won't you let go of me? And he swears by Allah, Abdullah, nobody will law he, I will not let go of you. Until you promise that you're going to treat my herd fat in a generous manner. You will treat my allies well. These 700 men.

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Now there were 700 men 300 of them were armed and 400 were not armed. They protected me from the white and the black. Hammer what is what it means? This is an Arabic expression. They protected me from mankind, that the white people and the black people or the red people, they protected me from everybody. Right? They protected me from everybody. And now you think you will get rid of them in one day.

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So he is saying they helped me be who I am. monetarily financially I had dealings with them. There's a lot of business money involved These are my business partners right? They'll look nobody's a business partner with with these people. For by a law. I am scared of a dawat it what is it there was in the auction? They were a doula It is like bad luck misfortune. Now, they were good to me if you're bad to them. I'm worried something bad will happen to me. Right. So where is a larger widget? Where is trusting a lot? It's all just all pure jelly. You see his Eman is non existence very weak in the shadow. So when he's holding on so long, the profitsystem said, home luck, I give them to

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you. Okay, meaning, I promised to spare their lives. Now, by the way, the process of them had not threatened to kill them. He hadn't done any he was just quiet. But Abdullah bin obey was insisting that they be spared. Now, we don't know what was the intent of the Prophet system. Maybe he intended to spare them anyway. And so to just get rid of him, he said, I give them to you. Or maybe he hadn't made up his mind. He made up his mind now. Or maybe he changed his mind, we don't know. But in the end, he promised Abdullah newbay that they are yours, meaning they will spare their lives. And then the verdict came. You have three days, but okay, no part to pack your stuff and leave. Get out of

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here.

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And whatever remains will be ours. You have three days, they begged and pleaded for more than three. And they were not given this. They went to Roboto sama to try one more time. And Obama said don't come to me. I wouldn't even have given you three days. You think I'm sympathetic to you? Don't come to me, I wouldn't even agree to the three days.

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Right? So nobody refused to help them out in those three days. Once again, Abdullah newbay attempted to convince the processor to get rid of the ban. At least let them remain that just forget about everything Let's move on. But he did not give him that. He did not give him that. And

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that aborto VEDA was the one who himself he sorry, Roberto. Roberto, Osama, it was the one who took charge of making sure that after three days, they had indeed left. Now obviously, when they left, they left a lot of property, a lot of wealth. A lot of they took the gold obviously, but they couldn't take the belongings. They couldn't take the houses, they couldn't take the possessions they couldn't take many of their other, the armors that they had, because they literally had to choose what they're going to take, right. And so they took what would they consider the most essential and they left a lot of wealth. And of course this wealth indeed came to the Muslims. So you understand.

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For those whose hearts is a disease, you can easily interpret this in its own way. And for those who see things as they are, they messed up, they threatened they shouldn't have done that. And they are definitely a potential danger and threat to the Muslims. In such a delicate situation. Go live somewhere else. If you have that much hatred, then go find another place to live. And at this Allah subhana wa tada revealed

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Select a moderator versus 51 to 56

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suited versus 51 to 56 where Allah subhana wa tada says oh you who believe me I already did Amador La Jolla who don't know sada Alia do not take the Huda nosara as Alia now this is a very sensitive IRA which is used by islamophobes again but will lie once you understand the context everything that's that's dangerous about it drops away, right? A lot is saying in such circumstances don't take you who didn't know sada is Olia what is Olia protectors, people whom you turn to as your ultimate source of protection. But I'll go home only about the two of them will help one another against you.

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And whoever chooses them as a protector then indeed he is one of them. And Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people photogra lerida few who obey Him Mara, this is Abdullah bin obey. You will see those in whose hearts there is a disease.

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They are running through them, saying Natasha and to cebuana da Allah is quoting Abdullah bin obey here. We are worried about bad luck.

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So this is a quotation directly from our beloved obey, because that's exactly what you said that I fear that I'm going to get bad luck if I mistreat them, right? So Allah azza wa jal then says for us, Allah has yet to be fair to me the minion D. But it is possible that Allah will give a set of bad luck Allah will give you victory. And Allah will give you a decision coming from him and then they meaning the hypocrites will become regretful about what they say. And then Allah keeps on you should read these sections 51 to 56 Allah azza wa jal also praises by the urbanist summit he praises her by them in the summit in number one EU como la hora, Sulu alladhina amanu your true only are a

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lot is messenger and the believers This is what robot Agnes Ahmed said in a one la la hora Sula, who will Edina amor he said this that I choose Allah and His messenger and the believers. So Allah azza wa jal then said in NEMA Will you come Allahu wa suelen Avenue woman year to one Allah wa Sula, whoever chooses Allah and His Messenger, that

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these are the ones who are going to be his Bala homophone that the party of Allah, they will be successful. So this series of verses might either 51 to 56 deals with the expulsion of the bundle a new car. And with this, we conclude with a few benefits, what are some of the benefits of the expulsion of the bundle a new car of this incident, and then we shall have some time for q&a, the bundle a new car

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with the largest of the three tribes, and they were the first tribe to be dealt with. They were the first tribe to be dealt with. And it was the least harsh of the three

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because the second one after a third will be even harsher. And then one after a HAZOP is the harshest, because that was execution. Right? Now, if you think about it, it makes complete sense to go gradual. That look oh, second year, who the tribe you've already seen, what happened to the first one, how could you fall into it again, so little bit harsher. And then the third one goes even the worst? And that's open treachery as we'll come to, right. They've already seen what happened to tribe number one and tribe number two, yet they still have the audacity to attack alone as messenger. So the punishment is the most harsh, right? So in fact, again, there's very clear over

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here, with disregard, also of the benefits that we gain over here is the proper understanding of that verse in the Quran. Oh, you believe do not take the Jews and Christians as Oh, Leah. There's a huge mistranslation. Do not take the Jews and Christians as friends this is there's not only it does not mean friends, right? And some of the translators who didn't know English, well, they they took this translation and you find it still to this day. Do not take them as friends and then you find the islamophobes. Look, the Quran says a Muslim can never be a friend of a Jew or a Christian. No, it doesn't. Look at the context of Revelation. Look at understand what's happening, right? These are

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people who have marked a line is messenger. So Allah is saying, don't take these types of people as your Olia, don't go to them, just like Abdullah have no basis. In this type of situation. You have to choose sides. When the Prophet says and was on one side. And you have the other group on the other side. No doubt you choose the prophets, Lord send them and whoever chooses the other side, you are not with Allah and His messenger. We also see over here the wisdom of the prophet SAW Selim,

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in dealing with the crudeness of Abdullah and obey

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that, despite the fact that he treated him in such a harsh manner, that we would not expect any Muslim to treat him with the Prophet system did not lift a finger against him. And this proves us what I used to say. That will lie the Prophet

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system never took revenge for something personal ever.

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He never took revenge for himself ever. If he ever took revenge, it was for Islam and for Allah subhana wa Tada. Here is Abdullah newbay being rude to him

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and doing to him What? None of those, how about would there do? And yet he didn't touch, lay a finger on him. And in fact, he actually gave him what he requested. Now, here's where we don't know. Did he change his mind for the Liberty obey? Or was this in his intention anyway? And eventually, he just said it to appease him. Allah knows, we don't know, because again, we don't know what was in his mind. The judgment against the bundle final part had not been made. And Abdullah nobody demanded it right then and there. Right. So after three, four attempts, he said him luck, I give them to you. Maybe he had intended to do this anyway. And so he's appeasing him, or maybe he genuinely changed

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his mind, whatever the case might be. There is clear wisdom in granting Abdullah in a way publicly what he wants. Why? Because still Abdullah in the obey, there is hope for him. This is still early, this is still the second year of the digital. Right, barely a year and three months since he has come. Abdullah ibnu obey is the senior most figure before Islam. Right. There are still many unsolved, who still look up to him, even if they're Muslims, but he was their leader. And so there is wisdom in conceding some things to him. So even if somebody argues the process of changing his mind, okay, still, there's wisdom, that here is a man where you don't want to form an enemy for no

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reason.

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And he has a lot of followers underneath him, and therefore he placated me, basically. And he gave him what he wanted, in order that he minimize the damage. And this shows us that, again, we always look at minimizing the harm and minimizing the damage. We also see over here of the benefits of this incident is that the true colors of them one after horn are showing now that slowly we see who these people are. Still they're not called one after one, by the way. Yes, nofap began after butter, but it was manifested at orchard.

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It began after butter. But the FARC was crystal clear at all when they turned around and they wouldn't fight as we're going to come to Shaolin to three weeks, right. So nofap is still beginning. And Abdullah bluebay is showing what is the reality of the fact the lines are being drawn. And the believer in such a case, he must choose the side of a large origin, and His Messenger and Sharla and next Wednesday's lesson, we'll talk about two or three incidents that took place before the Battle of word, the Battle of Serbia and the Battle of Culloden, other battles that took place that are setting the stage for the Battle of word. And then inshallah three weeks from now we will do the

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Battle of Orford will begin the the

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incidents that lead up to it the setting up of the stage, then we will take a two week break for the Christmas holiday. So we'll take the last week of the last two for Wednesday's off will take and then it shall begin in January in shallow data. So we have two more lessons after this week. Correct.

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One more lesson.

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Oh, yes. One more. You're right.

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One more lesson. That's right. Yes. After this week, we have to know two more lessons. Two more lessons. Yes.

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No, no. So let me

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12 and 19 right. Yeah, so then in that case, I will not be here

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on the 19th Yes, I will not be here so we have one more week. So that's actually perfect because I didn't want to start with I didn't want to start off with so we'll do it on the 12th and they will take two weeks off and then they shall come back on the second of January. You're not going to be here. People are off does the week everybody's off.

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But most of you who take notes when I ask questions, you have no idea what the answer is. So and usually those who are not taking notes answer the questions before those who are taking notes. So

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inshallah we will see I mean, I will be back by the second but if there's a lot of you that are not here, then inshallah we can start on the ninth. It's the same to me, but so inshallah that's perfect. It works out perfectly. Next Wednesday. We'll finish up everything before offered because I did not want to start over here that will really be awkward. So then as soon as we begin again, then we will begin on a clean slate with the Battle of word, the Battle of water that will take much longer than you thought, but it was long.

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has a lot more details to it. Shall we have a few minutes for questions?

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Yes, Miss Milam?

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Where was oma when we needed him?

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So the books of Sierra do not mention where they were, were they there or not? We do not know.

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No details are mentioned, nothing is mentioned. So there's one of two explanations.

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The first of them is that they were not there. But I find this difficult to believe, because somebody would have been there. He's not alone. And the second, and this is my own ally, the exact same questions came to me when I'm thinking about these things. And this is hypotheses, because again, and I say this a million times when you record an incident, you can only record a bit of it.

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You're not going to take the whole it's not a video camera doing the whole 3d image, you know, saying. So, the other alternative, which makes a lot of sense is even they themselves were confused what to do. When somebody as senior as Abdullah imminent obey,

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who was their king almost, or their chieftain? That now he is having a word of wars? It's not I mean, he's not physically going to take his sword out, you know, but he's being crude.

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He's being crude. I'm, it's understood, he's holding the armor. He's not going to be physical. He's just being vulgar. You know, I'm saying that's like, there's a difference between crudeness and between physical danger. And another blue Bay was being very rude, and very harsh. So perhaps they themselves did not know what is to be done, because maybe by them intervening, it would have made the situation worse. Because if the profitsystem does something he is or a pseudo law, if Obama and Omar do it to him, it might have made it worse to the followers. This is my own interpretation. And Allah knows best, right? And obviously, they're waiting for him to tell if they're if they're around

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him. He can tell them do something, and they would have done it. So this is what makes sense to me. No one knows best. Yes, our young brother in the back, go ahead.

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My shoulder Good question. not relevant to the topic, but no problem.

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You're talking about dreams these days.

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must be dreaming a lot. I hope you didn't dream right now. And we don't want you to dreaming right now. When we're talking about this. Dreams. You didn't listen to the use of I talked about dreams. 45 minutes less than about dreams. Dreams. A lot of times come from your own imagination. So it's what you are imagining and you think about them. Sometimes they come from a law, and sometimes nightmares. They come from shaytaan. But generally speaking dreams are your own internal imagination. So what do you think about your dream? Questions? Other questions? before we break? For sada? Yes.

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The

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hospital?

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Well, I don't know if we can generalize like this. It's not appropriate for us to do this. There's always good and bad. And I don't think it is useful for us to right, it's not useful for us to stereotype and stigmatize This is harmful to us in the long run. There's no doubt there's a lot of political problems happening right now. We're very, very angry and hurt about what Israel is doing. And being anti Israeli doesn't should not make us anti semitic. This is something that I had to be very clear about. Right. And I think Unfortunately, many of us, the line has become blurred.

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And this is frankly, I myself was guilty of this 1015 years ago that you really cannot distinguish between criticizing Israel and between criticizing Jews. And a lot of times for many of us Muslims, when we see how blatantly vicious Israel is, that we lose sympathy for all of them. That meaning the Jews. And the fact of the matter is that there are many who are opposed to Israel. There are many and Alhamdulillah I know bashira can tell you good news that even within the Jewish

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community, the voices of opposition are getting louder and louder and louder. And once upon a time a PAC was unchallenged. Now the biggest voices of challenge are from within the Jewish community. And there's a new organization called j Street, maybe you've heard of this, you know, which is now the second largest lobbying group after APAC. It's called j Street, Google. It's j Street. And j street is basically a group of Jews who are arguing for a humane treatment of the Palestinians who are arguing against the brutal brutalization of the Palestinians, by the Israelis. And on my Facebook page, I posted a video of a very famous General of the Israel army, his son, one of the generals who

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was with the IDF back in the 50s. And the 60s, was with

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Moshe,

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Moshe de and he was under Moshe, right. His son gave a very beautiful lecture about how going to Israel, he's an American Now, going to Israel made him change his whole mind about what is Israel and what is Palestine. So my point being, like, it's so easy for us to just go into this but it's, it's, it's something that our religion has told us not to do. And it's also something that will cause us more harm than good. Not every one of them is bad, there are many who are good. By the way, this is not even we're not even talking about those. There's a group of Jews, ultra Orthodox Jews. They are so much opposed to Zionism, that they think Zionism is the cancer that will kill Judaism.

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Right. And they're called the nathula Cara Lee who can the 2d CATIA the 2d CATIA than a 2d cartoon. Now this is a group of ultra Orthodox Jews, who will lie he they view us as they're literally their cousins, and I have met them, they come to Israel, they come to these conferences, right. They're so kind and gentle to us. And as to design, as they say, we have nothing to do with them. That they believe Zionism is the ultimate cause of every curse that's the Jews are getting is because of Zionism was the exact opposite side, right? So my point being, we have to be very careful, my dear brother of stereotyping and realize that this is not appropriate for us to do. And it's something

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that will cause us harm in the short run and in the long run, and it's something that our religion does not even tell us to do. I hope that answers your question. Allah knows best, anything.

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It's Yeah, and honestly, I'm so proud of the many, most of you're older than me. Well, I, in my own lifetime, I'm seeing the support of Palestine growing exponentially in the last 1520 years. Right. And I know that in the 60s and 70s, you could not hear any voice of support. I know this from studies, I was in there, you guys were here. You don't need this right here in the Western world, who would be supporting the Palestinians? It's nobody now and hamdulillah things are changing. Right? And it's only a matter of time before but you know, debate in the room in Ohio, you know, the truth is clear from falsehood. So inshallah, inshallah I hope that some solution that is peaceful,

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shall I hope is close to the llanos. Best question from the sisters before we break for a solid question. Going once going twice, brothers, Yes, go ahead.

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That's nothing to do with Olia.

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So, this is a very long topic. Well, like it's not easy for me to answer in one minute, because this is what islamophobes use against us as well.

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And they say that

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this is a verse that justifies Takia.

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This diversity justifies Takia, Atlanta to hop, but

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the ahaadeeth and the Sierra of the Prophet system has shown what does this mean Atlanta document home to Atlanta home to court does not justify lying the Sharia has never allowed lying, nor does it justify breaking the ties. Rather it means a sweet talk that will minimize harm. That will not bring about animosity, even though you don't you're not you're not genuinely

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Li sweet in your heart to them, but you placate them, you calm them down Atlanta Toluca. So if there is a megalomaniac, you know, leader somewhere in the world. And in order to calm him down, you just praise him a little bit. You just, you know, calm him down. This is diplomacy. This is common sense. This is what it means in that Ted Talk with whom to call. It doesn't mean that you write a treaty and you negotiate and then you actually are going to break that this is something by unanimous consensus of all the scholars of Islam, it is not allowed. It doesn't mean that you promise one thing, and then you you do another Atlanta who means sweet talking to a despotic or a tyrannical

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person, knowing that you don't mean this sweet talk, but you don't want to war. You don't want to civil problem you don't want to, you know, two armies fighting. So the the prophets of the Lyceum demonstrated this in the head, Ethan Bahati when one of the munafo and one of the evil people came to him. And he smiled in his face and was nice to him. Right, and then he left. And this is one of the tribal leaders of the Bedouins, who was a hypocrite and went off. And the prophets of Salaam said bits that are full asherah

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this hola Shira. Like what an evil man he is. An artist, she said, Jada sutala you were just smiling and laughing with him.

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He were just smiling and laughing with him. Right? How can you be evil? And why would you do this? So he said, Hey, this, isn't it? He said, Arusha. Have you ever known me to be fat hush to be crude? Meaning Do you want me to curse him?

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Like you understand? Like, have you ever known me to be like this? That Have you ever seen me to be vulgar? Or did you want me to do this is the leader of the hypocrites of this tribe coming on? So I was polite to him very early. The worst people in the eyes of a law are those whom the people are forced to smile at even as their hearts curse.

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This is Atlanta. tomentose common sense is diplomacy. Right? That here's a person you hate his guts because he's gonna stab you in the back. But you don't want him to do that. So you polite to him. You just give him shy? You give him some color? Give him some dates, right? You don't want to be hospitable to him. But he is somebody who's gonna cause harm to you. So this is now nowhere does it say you're going to sign the treaty and then you're going to stab him in the back? Here we have the bundle a new car when they broke the treaty? Where did the process of do? Did he surprise them? No. He sent them the message. Look, the treaty that we had her loss and you have to do that? Never Eliza

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just says clearly that if they do Leanna to you, then don't worry. Allah will give you power over them. Allah did not say you do Leanna with them. Right? That you are not piano means treachery. If they are treacherous to you're not allowed to be treacherous back to them. This is clear in the Quran. treachery is never allowed never. So Ill and detrimental does not mean what these guys understand as tequila that's not Sunni Islam. You know, this is not a part of our tradition. It's another tradition of Islam.

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Well, no, I don't know this, to be honest. I didn't I did not hear this personally, I live there. But even if it was then we don't take any but that's their interpretation. That's their interpretation. A lot. Shall the final question that will break

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after the

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so the

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that's, that's a revenge because they challenge the Quran

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in how they're less hostile or when

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they said that matanza de la homerun shape. They said that we can do better than this.

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It's, it's a revenge for the sake of Islam. And our Prophet solo send them is the personality of Islam.

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So if somebody insulted him and the Quran and Allah subhana wa tada as another level how they did, then yes, that is going to be the punishment. But here we have Abdullah obey, being crude just to him as a person and a leader and not as a Rasulullah. So he did not take any revenge.

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I think that's very clear. I mean, he, he did not take any revenge because this is a person in the bedroom when it comes in. He literally drags his shirt off. And he says, Yeah, Mohammed, Arif lynnium and medela Khalid

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Right. So he is B and E and the Buddha said we could see the burn mark you know when you burn cloth when you take a cloth quickly or you know paper cutter whatever, we could see the burn mark on his chest and the process of did not do anything more than smile to buy some and he goes give him some money from the honeymoon, we'll give him some money. This is a personal thing, that the man is greedy, he's a Bedouin, and he goes and he, you know, takes the shirt off and he goes erythronium in the top right. So he smiles he goes give him so this is personal stuff, but to make fun of him as Rasulullah This is not personal anymore. to ridicule the Quran, to say we can do better than this to

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say in how the illa sulfuryl are willing to say madonsela home and shade, this is this is beyond personal

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inshallah with this, we conclude