Seerah – 54 Expedition of Al Muraysi And Banu Al Mustaliq

Yasir Qadhi


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In this lecture, Shaykh Yasir commences with a brief discussion on Zaid Ibn Thabit and how he was instrumental in many important decisions from an Islamic point of view. Why was he chosen from the Sahabas to learn Hebrew? Listen intently to find out.

A major event that happened in and around the same time was the blessed birth of the grandson of the Prophet ﷺ – Al Hasan ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib RA. And then followed the birth of Husayn Ibn Ali Ibn Abi Talib RA in the very next year. These two grandsons have  profound status in Islam and merit huge amounts of respect for what they shall do in the future in the way of Islam.

The rules of Azaan in the ear after birth, the rulings related to Aqeeqah and many such positions were elaborated upon at this time.

“Hasan and Husayn are the leaders of the young men of Jannah and there father is better than them.” This was a famous hadith regarding these stalwarts of Deen.

The next major incident that occured is the expedition of al-Muraisi and Banu al-Mustaliq where al-Muraisi was the location and Banu al-Mustaliq was the tribe. They were siding the Quraysh against the Muslims on multiple occasions. Al-Haairs was the chieftain of the Banu al-Mustaliq.

When the Prophet ﷺ heard of the plans of Banu Al Mustaliq and their evil intentions against the Muslims, he made an expedition with 700 sahabas during 6 H and they achieved an easy victory over them. How did this happen and who proved helpful here? Shaykh Yasir answers beautifully.

Two major events took place after the expedition of Al Muraisi:

  • The capture of the daughter of the chieftain of the Banu Al Mustaliq tribe, Juwayriyya bint al-Harith and her subsequent marriage to the Prophet ﷺ.
  • The embracing of Islam by the entire tribe of Banu Al Mustaliq.



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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi mine.

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So last time we were doing the incident of the bundle nosebleed, the expulsion of the balloon Alia and we have just one or two incidents related to the balloon or deer remaining and then inshallah we move on to the next segment of the Sierra. So

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are we ready? Should we? Okay? So, out of the things that occurred probably around this time, if not before the bundle date, again, for a lot of the incidents of the Sierra, we don't have exact timeframes. But of the issues that occurred around this time, was the command of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam to Zaid even Sabbath to learn the Hebrew language to learn the Hebrew language and the Prophet salallahu. It he was seldom commanded Zaid to learn Hebrew because he said that he wanted someone trustworthy. He did not trust the correspondence. He wanted somebody to know the Hebrew language in order to communicate if they write anything or if anything goes on. And so

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his aide said, I learned it in 15 days, two weeks, took him two weeks to learn Hebrew in the process of commands, you're going to put your heart and mind to it. So he learned an entire language. We're talking about reading and writing, obviously, not just conversational, he learned in two weeks now, also, by the way, the process made a very wise decision obviously in choosing the right person for multiple reasons aided in sabbat. Firstly, it was very young, and so he had a sharper mind. Obviously, it's easier to learn a language as a young man. When the process of first came to Medina Zaid was probably 11 years old. And the tribe of native and Sabbath introduced him to the process of

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them and said, this is our young boy, Zaid, and he has memorized so many suitors of the Quran, and he recited some of the sutras as a young boy, he had already started becoming a Hatfield and as we know they did and Sabbath was one of the main who falls and the main person associated with the Quran, so much so that they did and Sabbath was the primary compiler of the Quran. After the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Allah azza wa jal chose him. Yanni, Abu Bakar an Omar Allah azza wa jal chose him through Abu Bakr and Omar to be the main compiler of the Quran. So really, we owe a lot to say that this habit, the structure of the Quran, as we have it now allows us to use a double

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Sabbath to basically preserve it. This is the same Zaid Ibn Sabbath. And also they did with Sabbath as a young child as a young boy, he actually grew up with his Jewish neighbors. And so he already had some background. And it is even said that he, as a child, they go around playing and whatnot. He even attended their Holocaust School, which is their madrasa, that he would just go there as well. So the process chose somebody who had the perfect combination that has grown up in that environment. He's raised with a lot of the friends that he's speaking their language is going to their madrasa and he's a young man, so he's able to absorb it. So basically, in 15 days, he masters the language.

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And this shows us, as we said, The eagerness of the Sahaba, and also how quickly they demand Sabbath implemented the command of the prophet SAW Salem. Another issue that happened during this time, not related to the baton Ilia but it happened at the time of boonville did. Some reports say when the Muslims were camped outside the fortress of vulnerability, a law revealed the final verse regarding alcohol, ie, Hammad became prohibited in the incident of vulnerability. Now, it's not related to Berlin, but it just so happened that that is the time that it came down when the Sahaba were camped outside the fortress of buena de that is when the IRS came down. And we all know the three primary

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is about alcohol we all know them so little baccara Allah Subhana Allah says sort of the bucket of Rs 219 Yes, aluna kind of comedy will mace if they ask you about gambling and drinking, tell them that gambling and drinking has a lot of harm, and some good and the harm far outweighs the good. So this is the first verse that came down. And there's an indication being given that you know, try to avoid it but no explicit command. And this came down when did baccata when was abakada revealed?

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Whether before and after bad. So it's the first motherly revelation really, right. So we can say but that is very early. Much of other was much of baccata was pre vetted by the way because Baka does longest surah. So perhaps this came down maybe even the first year or the early second year of the hydro. Right. So from the very beginning of Medina, alcohol, this kind of sort of being too, you know, limited. Then, right after the Battle of boyhood an incident occurred where a drunk Sahabi led the prayer

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And he made some very ridiculous mistakes obviously he's drunk. So Allah revealed sooner than Nisa certainly said his post and insert it in this verse 43. Allah says yeah, you will already know Amanullah taco salata One, two tsuchiura Don't come close to the Salah when you are drunk. So now as we know the timing, therefore of drinking is limited to post Asia and pre fragile. So this is the first prohibition actual don't come to the prayer when you're drunk, which means don't drink throughout the day, only late night you can drink and then in the Battle of balloon Odeon when the problem when the process of the Muslims are camped outside, Allah revealed the verse that became

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eventually sort of a diverse 91 Yeah, you were letting me know in normal homebrew world maizuru one ensemble will Islam religious woman Amma shaytani first enable will come to fear on the Hummer and divination by arrows in the world homebrew

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homebrew in our family will know how to while Mesa will ensemble Islam and onsolve his idols and Islam is the divination. So gambling and alcohol and idolatry and divination. What is divination divination divination is what I've done with Oliver did when he wanted to see which of my sons should be spared or give the blood money, you're pulling arrows in front of a idol. This is Islam. So Allah said all four of these things are filthy, leave them fresh Danny boo lucam to flick on. So this ayah was revealed at Bernal Nadia. Also one final story related to banana leaf, which is a very interest peculiar interest. And it's something that most people do not know because the books of

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Sierra gloss over it is found in some books of Hadith. And really the the researcher needs to compile together bits from the Syrah bits from the ahaadeeth bits from the tafsir. To form a more comprehensive narrative. We find the Hadith and budos unit

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that Eben Abbas said that there was a custom from the ladies of the unsolved pre Islam yesterday, pre Islam, that if she had many miscarriages, she would make a promise to Allah that, oh, Allah, if you bless me with a son, I'll make him a Jew.

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Because the people of yathrib,

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they felt the yahood were superior to them. And frankly, they were because they were there yesterday to devise wider worshipers, right? And the WHO THE replicator. And the three bytes did not have culture and civilization compared to the hood. And the yesterday bytes could not read your night and the Yahoo, there are people of learning. So in every single marker, the the tribes of the hood are at a higher level than the tribes of yesterday, right. And there was a complex that was both ways, the one side felt superior, and they acted superior, the other side felt inferior, and they knew they were inferior. So the people of yesterday of the women of yesterday as a superstitious custom,

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they would say, Oh Allah, if I, if you give me a child, I will give him to the hood, and he'll grow up your hoodie, but he'll still be obviously biologically my son. So there were a group of such people who had been given over to the balloon audience. And the main tribe that they did this for was bonavia, probably because of the the strong ties that they had between the banana lead, and the has Raj. And these young men, they're all men, because that was the point of give me a son. These young men had grown up and been adopted by the Jewish tribes, and they were for all practical purposes, considered Jews. Now, when the expulsion happened,

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the parents are now converted to Islam. And their young men who are now adults, we're not talking about two, three years anymore, right? Now, these men are now Jews, they're married amongst them, they're now and now the expulsion orders come, that they have to be expelled. So some of the unsought whose children were there or whose sons were there, said, We're lucky, we will not allow our sons to go away, they will come back to us. We're not going to go away. We want them to be with us.

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And they wanted them to renounce Judaism and convert to Islam. Why? Because anybody who converts to Islam, obviously, the punishment is or the expulsion. And as we said, I think two weeks ago, we mentioned this, or last week, or forgotten now that a number of people who did converted, a number of them converted so they were they're allowed to take their property and their everything was was remaining for them. Anybody who converts, then the expulsion obviously is not going to take place for them. So a number of them converted, the bulk of them went into expulsion, so these parents wanted to force their adult children to renounce Judaism and accept Islam. interesting scenario

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here, right? But these children are now fully Jewish, they feel Jewish. They've been raised Jewish and they

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Believe in this religion. So what happened? Allah revealed in the Koran, the famous verse that we all know. And now we know Southern result of this verse la ikura Dini, a tobiano, rush to Mina, hi. So beautiful, profound message here, right? And the verse clearly shows, it came down in favor of the Jews, basically, you see the point here, the Muslims are told you cannot force your adult children to convert and not across safieddine. You can't force them to become back into Muslim, but they have a notion of a truth and if they are clear, it's up to them. Now, if they want to insist on being expelled and leaving Medina, you can't force them to accept Islam. That's their prerogative to

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remain Jews. And they can practice as they see fit, but they will have to obviously be with their people. And this is exactly what Allah has already revealed. And this demonstrates for us without any, you know, apologetics without watering the religion that will like it, this is the truth. You cannot force somebody to be a Muslim, like a coffee Dean, even if it's your son, even if it's your daughter. That's their decision when they are adults. Obviously, when they're children, then every society says the child is raised according to the morals of the parents. Once the child becomes an adult, once it is independent, he or she is independent. What can you do? La Crosse Dini, but but

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you know, rush to minute like, and this shows us that the religion of Islam does have freedom of religion. But I wanted to be very clear here, not the way we understand it in the West as well. Let's be very frank here. Because as you know, very well by now, I am no apologist, I don't whitewash I don't try to know there's major differences between our faith and Western humanism and secular and democracy and whether there are differences. Yes, we can find a compatible, happy means to live. But ideal Islam is not ideal capitalism. Ideal Islam is not ideal Western civilization, there are many differences. And Islam allowed a type of religious freedom that was unparalleled in

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the world during its time. However, truth be told, modern society allows a type of freedom that was not allowed back then because it's equal for all right, and Islamic civilization did not allow that type of freedom, the type of freedom that modern secular Western democracy gives. It's a modern phenomenon. This didn't exist 200 years ago, 500 years ago. So modern phenomenon, it's a different tangent to talk about. But, as I said, comparing it to the other civilizations of its time, Islam was unparalleled in allowing civilizations and allowing sub civilizations to flourish. Whereas compared to Europe, compared to most other lands, you had to follow the dominant interpretation,

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forget different religions, look at Catholics and Protestants, how many civil wars the 100 year war, the 30 year war, the issues in France, you know, every single time a Protestant group is forming, the Catholics are basically persecuting them, and vice versa, the Inquisition, they can't even bear other faiths. And by the way, as a tangent here, this is why Western civilization had to come up with secularism to survive. The civil wars of Christianity gave birth to modern secular values. Right? Whereas we never had that problem we never did. And our suicide, suicide civilization is very different. And we didn't need the type of secularism that exists. Now. They needed it in order to

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live or else they were at each other's throats, right. And that's why throughout the 17 1617 century, thinkers are coming forth, farmers pain and others. And they're basically arguing for a type of

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neutrality for all faiths, because they can't live with the notion that one faith is better than others, whereas Muslims, historically, we see this from the very beginning, Muslims believed our faith is true. But hey, if you want to follow your faith, that's your business. It's your business in this world and the next, we're not going to say it's okay, morally, but we'll say it's okay, legally. And this is the difference that is the Muslims do it, right. It's okay, legally, that's your business. But morally, we say this is incorrect. And this is his explicit proof law, when it came down for Muslims, that they're not allowed to force their own sons back into Islam. Right. And

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that's a very profound interpretation of freedom that never existed before that point in time. Also of the things that are occurring at this point in time, and again, I'm trying to link personal issues, issues that are happening, and other issues with the CLR. So that we're going bit by bit, so that it's not also just a bunch of battles, because most books have zero, they just have battles, and then they ignore or they overlook issues that are of a personal nature, the process of the marriages, they put them in that last chapter altogether. I'm trying to put it chronologically over the things that occurred around this time, and there's some debate exactly when, but the birth of

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the first grandson of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, the first grandson of the process them and that is, of course, it hasn't it hasn't even it even a beat

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By now most authorities say that Al Hassan was born in Shaban of the fifth year of the hedgerow.

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This is majority opinion, but some say no, it is Hussein who was born Shaban, 50 or Hydra, which means from those interpretations, they would say hessen was born Ramadan, fourth year of the hedgerow, these are the two opinions. One person was born between Hassan and Hussein was 11 months, they were literally literally just a part less than even 10 months something. So you can see from romantische are done. Right? So it was something that basically as soon as

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your loved one had finished her postpartum bleeding, she basically became pregnant again with her saying her son and her son were less than a year apart. Okay, so according to one opinion, hasn't and this is the majority of Manhattan was born shadowbanned five h some cenotes a mistake, actually, actually Hussein was shot band five H, which would make haslingden Ramadan for Ah, clear, right. But inshallah, the stronger position is that he was born Siobhan five H. And when he was born, the process was very happy at the news, obviously. And he said to Allie, show me my son, bring me my son, and he called him my son showed me my son, and he brought him and hasn't been Ali. And he said,

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What did you name him?

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And Ali said, I have named him How,

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how to means

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war. It's a very common pre Islamic name. Right? I have named him however. And the process of them said no, rather he is not war. He is beauty hasn't.

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Right lesson is, you know, good beauty. Right? And we know, and this reported by mumble haughtiness, edible mouflon, we know that our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would change bad names, to good names. This is his Sunnah, anytime a bad name came, he never liked these names. And he would change it to a positive name once an old lady came to him.

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And he asked her what is your name? So she gave a name that basically means, you know, ugly or something like this, you know? And so he said, No, you are not, you know, this name. You are has Santa. Basically, you are the beautiful one, even though she was an elderly lady, but why have a name that is derogatory. And so he flipped her name around, and he made it the exact opposite, right? also any name that was vain, full, or glorious, something that will bring about pride, he will change it to something that is neutral. So this shows us Islamic names are positive, but not arrogant, positive but not conceited. Right? So we mentioned that he married or miss Anima, remember

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or miss Emma had children remember? Right? One of those was a daughter called Barbara.

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And Barbara is like, the righteous one. Barbara is like, you know, the bottle is you know, a beer. The bar is like the one who is very pious female, the female who's very pious, right? And this is a self testimony. Right? You're saying I am the sinner? You know, and it is not good to have names that have this connotation of self piety, which is different than having names that are positive. You see that there's a clear line here. Right? praising yourself. boastful names are not good. So he changed her name to zeyneb. He said, No, you're not better. You are Zainab. Zeno has a positive meaning. Xena means there are many interpretations. One of them is the beautiful flower. This is one

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of the flowers of a desert, the smelling puree, the fragrant flower, this is one of the meanings of Xena. And there's other meanings that are mentioned as well. So he said, No, you're not better you are Xena. So he would change bad names. And he would also change names that are self promoting egotistical. These are the two types of names you would change. So I set him so Howard was a very common pre Islamic name. And so it wanted it to be like the warrior name. So no, you're not happy or hasn't. Right. So he lost his name was hesson. And by the way, so when the next child was born, he didn't have to ask he just changed hands into her saying, Alex, you know, no questions this time.

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You know, her saying means the little hessen does leave. Right has sent her saying he's like call us I know what you want. So we'll give him her say so for alienated juggle Jubail you put the it's a little you know, has a little hesitant is Hussein. And in Abu Dawood we learn that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave a than it happens right here. He gave a done in essence right here. And most of the Hadith about Africa involved has been most of the rulings that we hear about Africa what to do when the child is born. It's because the Prophet system is instructing Fatima Ali about hesson. That's how we know most of the rulings of Africa. And so he told Fatima that shave off her

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hair and give the weight of his hair silver

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in silver in charity, right? And obviously, this is an expression. It's not meant to be actually done. Because you cannot weigh the hair of a baby. It's something but basically give some trivial amount in charity. And so the rulings and then, Fatima said, should we perform an upgrade for him? And the President said, No, I will do it. He's so happy. He's the grandfather now. Right. So he performed on behalf of Hanson and he was the one who sacrificed the the two ships and he made the invitation. So this shows how proud and how happy he was of Hasson and has an Hussein Of course, but the both of them they have very high status in Islam, and our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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love them immensely. There are so many Hadith about Hassan and Hussein, our Prophet, so Sonam hasn't, of course, was the one that when he went into such the heathens, a toddler two years old, a year and a half, and he's holding on to the back, and the process is not getting up to allow the kid to play on his back. And once he's given the holdover, and has an unforeseen, they come in from the Fatima's house, and they're wearing long red robes and so they trip over the thoroughbred to trip over each other. So the both of them fall somewhere in the masjid. So the profitsystem stops the horse and he comes rushing down to pick up his two grandchildren and then he carries them on to the

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member so one hand each child right he's carrying has an adverse effect on the member and he said that verily what Allah says is true Alma will banana Zenith and had no sorry, in number and wider chronological fitna, right that very word Allah says is true that these two sons of mine, he called them sons, he would always call as an Hussein's my sons, meaning he's so proud of them, and they are his grandsons, these two sons of mine, were tripping. And I could not be patient enough to let them get to me. And I stopped the whole band came and pick them up, right? So he's making an excuse to look just forgive me just I can't, I can't let them stumble I need to go and pick them up right. So

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it says in them watercooler do come fit in. And of course, the famous editor body about alesund especially is very well known that in another occasion the Prophet system intentionally held has been giving the hotel so this is not his tripping, he actually wants to make a point. And he's holding huson throughout the hotel, and he then says during the hot button This isn't soluble honey. So, it is as authentic as possible right. He says during the hotel bar in Ebony had say it was a law a newsletter benefit attained it used to be benefit attainment of imitating middle muslimeen right, that this son of mine in Ebony has once again he calls him my son in Ebony ha that Sayed and say get

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here means one of respect, an undisputed leader This is what say it actually means right in our culture say it means something else that descended the process of them say it actually means the leader

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in Ebony hada say it, it means the one who will be obeyed, it means the one in authority. So, he said this son of mine is a sacred and a day will come when he shall cause reconciliation between two large groups of Muslims. Two large groups of Muslims are fighting and hessen will bring them back into Unity. Right. And that is exactly what happened as we know that ID and while we are the Allahumma edge marine and by the way, notice very explicitly the profitsystem called both groups believers

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and this is certainly methodology for both groups he said are believers

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and this is Sunni aqidah the group that says one was right one was wrong, they have disobeyed sorry not right and wrong. One was more men and one was not as for right and wrong, then yes, we can say which one was more correct is the group that says that one was movement in one was fast sick, or stopped for a low one was caffeine, the more or less a faster and then these other groups they summer they miss a caffeine, anybody who says this this goes against exactly what our processing them said she attaining alima tanium in a Muslim in two large groups of the Muslims, and he called both of them Muslim. Yes, one of them made a mistake. Yes, this is Sony methodology. And it was

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closer to the truth. Then, while we are we believe this firmly. But we believe that while we are the last one who was sincere even if he made a mistake, and Allah will forgive him because he was sincere. And he didn't want this bloodshed to happen as soon as historians explain nonetheless. So when Ali was assassinated by the hottest dates right by the protocol digize one as it was assassinated by the Hutterites

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the people of Medina immediately gave His Son beta.

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And and this is something many of us don't know and we should know this has said became the fifth halifa.

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And more Alia was also given by

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and this was the first time

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that there were two opposing believers in Islamic history. So for six months, there was a type of stalemate.

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Until the both of them there was talk of war.

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And while we said, when he heard that there's going to be now a major war, while we said that, if we fight them, and they fight us, and we kill them, and they kill us, who will be left of the Muslims?

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Go Send a messenger to him and see if he's willing for any sort of.

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Now, while we I was not willing to give up his position, he wants the burden on him. That's why his position was right. Probably a lot. One. That's his position. So he's putting the burden on hessen through this message, because he said, Are you going to give me any sort of, he's not saying I'm willing to go down, the message is very implicit. And it's understood that look, let's not go to war again, can you just figure out a way that I can remain and let's not go to war, right. And so it hasn't gave a very emotional lecture in Medina, as the recording the books of history. And he basically route because you're there's anger here on both sides, people have been killed for the

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last, you know, three years, there's major war going on, his people are willing to die again. Right? And so he gave a very emotional, powerful lecture, and he then gave them the course of option Do you really want to go on and then, you know, to the death and Holocaust that Allah decide, or for the sake of the oma, let's just forget about it, and just leave it to them with some conditions. So his followers agreed that, Okay, give up the hill alpha. And we'll agree to the conditions. And so he gave, you know, a long list of conditions that, you know, these are the books of history that mentioned this, we're going jumping the gun here, the point being, he gave up his own power, his own

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rights. And after six months, he basically abdicated and resigned. And this was in this was in one of the 41, the 441, ah, but beyond over a 41 Ah, and while we are the lucky one who then became the undisputed halifa, and therefore, a lot of Muslims don't know this, we believe the correct position is, there were five qualified rashidun.

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And Hasson is the fifth of them, even though he ruled only for six months, but, and this will shock the other group that opposes us, but well Lucky for us, truth is more beloved than, than just opposing them, we will speak the truth, whether it is for us or against us, we love the family or the process of them the way they deserve to be loved, without going to exaggerations, and we consider the hilum of hessen, to be the rightly guided hereafter, and the philosophy of more are we to be the philosophy of a dynasty and that is the best dynasty but it's not as good as the hilife of heaven.

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And so our Prophet says that I'm said by the way, very interesting idea. So I

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was to the Mohammed our process and another tangent that's vital. These topics people should know them. Our Prophet says Adam said

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to Kunal khilafah, to feed them, fella, una Sena, either Mahajan, new Buddha, that fella will be amongst you for 30 years, upon the methodology of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then there shall be a righteous kingdom. For as long as Allah wills, then that will be taken away. Then there shall be an unrighteous kingdom, a Jabbar or a tyrannical kingdom, or rulership for as long as Allah wills and then it will come back to Philadelphia, Allah Mahajan, Nevada, and then he was quiet. This Hadith is Muslim environment. So this shows us as the process of them said, for 30 years there will be filler for them in hygena, Buddha Subhana Allah down to the very month

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down to the very month. Exactly that Athena center, he passed away, there'll be an O one, and when did has an abdicate, revered over, down to the very month Sedona Santa

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right. And then there was a Vulcan that was considered to be adjust kingdom. And then there's a unjust Kingdom when does this demarcation happen? Allah knows best. Some have said this is the buzzword and more we and then the others. What modern interpretations have said this is when there was a real philosopher up until the collapse of the philosopher then colonialism brought the other rule, right Allah knows best and he but it does make sense. And then there will come up here for element harjinder, Booyah. And then he was quiet which means call us the end of times.

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Then he was quiet and hollers that is the end of times. Nonetheless back to where we are over here.

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That is Hasson and Hussain. So many a hadith about as an Hussain the Prophet system said Allah has no say no say either Shabaab big agenda, or abou Houma Hiram in Houma, has an Hussain are the leaders of the young men of Jana and their father is better than them. As an Hussein say you Dasha Baba has an unforseen are the leaders of the young men of gender and their father is better than them and we can go on and on. Well, like I said, and Hussein, they deserve entire lectures and inshallah maybe, maybe after we finished the zero then we'll start another series of lectures Allah knows best

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in any case moving on.

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So the next major incident that occurred is the expedition of it is called almora you see here, and it is also called Bonilla masala.

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Both names are given. And more I see is the location when animals struggle because the tribe, so both names are, you know, either the people or the location. And the burden was started, lived, obviously at a place called more ICS. or to be more precise, it was a pond called Maurice here. And so they live next to this pond next to this water pool. And that water pool is called mauricia. And they lived between Makkah and Medina, south of Medina, south of Medina. And the more I sear. They had an alliance with Abdulmutallab in the days of Jamelia. They had an alliance with Abu Talib. So when the Quran attacked MK Medina, they recalled that Alliance, so the more I see sided with the

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kurush, even though Ironically, the prophet system is the grandson of the one who made the alliance with witches have them, but they sided with the Quraysh against the Muslims, and they help them in the Battle of awkward against the Muslims. Additionally, their location was very strategically

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satisfactory or positive for the kurush. Because this is like a bastion, they can go to in between Mecca and Medina. This is a safety zone. And it's not too far from Medina a day or two his journey from Medina, right. So it's very dangerous for the Muslims. And then the real straw that broke the camel's back, the real issue was that news came through scouts and through spies, that the leader of the Burnham was started, and his name was and hadn't been abused at all. After the defeat of all heard, he wanted to launch a surprise attack against the prophet SAW Selim, and therefore help the kurush because he's suffering as well, you know, the caravans, right, his income has been cut off,

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right? The money that he's getting, he's not getting it anymore. So he wanted to surprise attack the Muslims, and the Profit System hears of this. So first thing he does, he confirms the rumor, how does he confirm the rumor? He sends one of the Sahaba by the name of bowrider yBnL how sleep and as an anonymous person, meaning he didn't recognize and how did it not recognize who he was, and he pretended to be a Bedouin.

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And he said to the chieftain of the venerable stardock, I have heard that you are launching an attack against

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Medina. And I would like to join in order to get some of the booty. So this is a ruse is basically a trick that I'm going to join you guys. And I just want to share and how that is looking for strong men. And bowrider was in the process of chose obviously wisely. So this is like a warrior now. So he's happy he's like, okay, yes, we'll join and we will give you a share. So now the confirmation has come. Right. And look here the process of did not attack based on rumors, he confirmed and verified, made sure that it had it actually wants to attack Medina, right. So when Buddha finds out he, you know, agrees and then in the night he sneaks away, he goes back, and he tells the process

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that it is true. It is true. And I'll hide it doesn't pay attention that where is this man was he from this, he doesn't think. And so the attack was a complete surprise, he had no clue that the processor had found out. So when the processor found out, he immediately rally together over 700 of the Sahaba. And they launched a complete surprise attack. 30 of them were fully armed, they had horses, they had weapons, and it was a clear easy victory like everybody who would win it would be an easy victory. And by the way, because of this, many of them on our own participated in more I see that they had not participated in butter or in Ohio or any other expedition. Why? Because this was a

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dead a sitting duck. This was a sitting duck. Right this was something he there is no possibility that there's going to be any major battle complete surprise attack. Once more

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tribe the Muslims have the advantage and that they're they're going to be you know swooping in. So now at this battle that went on Mashallah diabolical a volunteer now. Right? So they came in large quantities including Abdullah blue Raven saloon, and he's absent from other reserves and now they are with the battlefield and this is why a number of incidents happened and what I see that's what we're going to talk about what I see. And by the way, when did this battle occur, there's a huge controversy. Some say fourth year of the hedgerow inside the zoo even Okay, even Nicosia been hijo de se Shaban of the fifth year of the hedgehog, which is the same year who hasn't is born the same

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month. Eben is hoxa Shaban of the sixth year of the hedgerow. And in his hop was followed by evangelical poverty and even a theme. So you have fourth year, fifth year, sixth year, three opinions right? And more I see it is important, not because of the battle, but because of what happened after which is the slander of Arusha that the slander of Ayesha occurred on the return from what I see. So when did it happen? fourth, fifth, or sixth huge controversy. And we have classical scholars on both sides. And this is one of the major problems of the CLR to reconstruct events and date, and Eben is how, who is the authority, he says 60 of the hedgerow. But this is problematic.

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And it's problematic for multiple reasons. Most importantly,

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because as we'll come to next time we give the class in the incident of the slander of Artesia sad even more as well, the labaton has a very important statement that he says in it. Now, sad even more either died, he was one of the leaders of the unsought and he died after the Battle of hon duck after the Battle of hunt duck attack, or to be more precise, right after 100 there was no court either one month after 100 right, and sadly been wired was the person they chose

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to be judged. And he died right after that.

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Right. Now, if what I see are took place shutdown of the sixth year, this throws a big Spanner into all of this narrative narrative. Why? Because sadly, been wired is already dead in the sixth year.

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Why? Because when did hon duck take place? The fifth year of the show, while the other is one venue corridor took place. Right? So this brings a big problem because it has hawks a 60 year shotgun, but then we find other scholars and inside there's another early scholar, in fact, he is one of the teachers of Urbanus hopper. No, sorry, not teacher, That's not right. Is that even chumps teacher. It is, even aside in his federal court and have been sad died to 20. So he's also an early authority inside says 50 are shot but not 60, or shot back. So we find an opinion that says fifth year. And this makes more sense as for the opinion that says fourth year.

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Perhaps we can explain this because some of these very early scholars counted the first year as being the year before right before the hijra.

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So they counted that like zero type, basically. Right? So they started the calendar a year earlier. So for them, brother takes place first, second, like that, right? So from for that minority, which only the first 300 years we saw three, four scholars, then that opinion basically disappeared. For them everything is one year behind because their system of calendaring is, is has a different measurement system. So based on this insha, Allah to Allah, the strongest position is going against him in his heart. And that is why 90% of the Cyril books will have more icea after they via and after. Take a look at it, right? Whereas I am doing it beforehand. Before before they be great. I'm

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doing it now. Why? Because sadly been wild could not have been a part of more I see if it took place in the sixth year of the hedgerow. It must have taken place in the shadow ban of the fifth year of the hitcher. This makes sense okay. As for the fourth year, it's impossible also because shabaneh the fourth year what happened is Shabbat in the fourth year people are taking notes. What happened in Shabbat of the fourth year

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Part Two offered when they went to but that again right

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number two, that was shut down fourth Hydra and nothing happened. So shadow ban fourth Hydra, they're in another place they couldn't be in Malaysia. Therefore, without a doubt insha Allah the strongest position what I see and the incident of our Isha and all of this took place 50 of the hegira make a note because as I said, most of the sera books they follow

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is half pretty much to the core Max and therefore the ordering will be evidence hawks ordering, whereas it appears that this is a genuine mistake and more it took place fifth year of the hedgerow. Now, as we said more ice was not that important in terms of what happened during the battle. It's what happened after the battle that's important. And the button was started.

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Oh, by the way, I forgot to mention the button was fun. They had one of the most prestigious idols of Arabia. They had men not women, not 30 that they had minute right. A lot of them and these are the three main idols mentioned in the call on they had minutes so Burnham was fired up, this is the day and this is a very main highway.

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And they are taking advantage of minutes and their geographic location. Now they're hurting because nobody's on the highway. So they want to attack the the Muslims to get their highway back right they want to have the the caravan back. So the Profit System attack them as we said, 50 of the digital and most likely, we have a report that says it was a Monday the second. So the second of Shaban the fifth of the Hydra, he left Medina with 700 men, and over 30 horses, many of the men were armed. And he surprised attack them right after fudger. And they were so unprepared that the shepherds were leaving the town, the women were going for to collect the water, the children were coming going

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outside to play, they were completely unprepared. And when they saw the Muslims coming, they ran screaming back and they had to surrender. There was hardly any fighting because there was simply no preparation. And very few people were killed. Perhaps a handful, less than only a few men stood up to fight and less than 10 people were killed, and the bulk of the tribe, over 2000 camels over 5000 sheep, around 1000 people were taken prisoner of war. And most of them obviously were women and children. And these were not prisoners of war. They were basically captives as for the Muslims, there was not a single casualty amongst them, except for one accidental misfiring from what is it

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called a friendly fire? Right? The friendly fire is called right that's what happened back then. Right? None of the vulnerable stuff could kill them. But one of the ansara one of the onslaught, he mistakenly thought a person was attacking, whereas in fact, he was one of the Muslims that his name was his Sham had been sababa and he accidentally killed him. And there's a footnote to this story as well. That a sham had a brother in Makkah, who was not a Muslim, and his name was nucleus, Eben sababa nucleus ebenso Baba, when he heard that his brother had been killed. So he pretended to convert.

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And he went to Medina, pretending to be a Muslim, and he demanded the blood money. 100 camels who killed my brother? I want the money. So the profitsystem gave him 100 camels because this is shuddered. He said, accidental manslaughter. It's our fault. We'll give you so he got 100 camels. The same night, he killed the Ansari at night in the middle of the night he killed the unsavoury, who had killed his brother murdered him in cold blood, and then took the camels and fled back to Makkah.

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This man, nucleus was one of the four men whom the prophets have said him said, catch them dead or alive. No mercy. Fatima. This is what you see, every one of them has a story. And this is one of them. Right? This is that man that this is the height of treachery and treason. Right, and you're stealing money and you pretend to be a Muslim, and then you murdered on Saudi, and then you come back so and he was killed, he was. And then there were six people, to two women and four men, right. So for men, as we said, and ironically or ironic, with Alyssa, Alaska that I should say, half of them were actually forgiven. In the end, two men and one woman were actually forgiven, only two men,

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and one woman was actually executed. And this is one of those men who was executed right at the Fatimah. In any case, getting back to the story. So the entire tribe of the animal startup has been captured. And some of the men fled have very few fought and they were killed. As we said, less than 10 deaths reported. And therefore this is a massive victory with very minimal amount of fighting. And the story of an animal startup is not significant for the battle. It's for three things that happened after it. Three things that happen after it right. And the largest and biggest of them is the slander of Ayesha, which we will delay till the next class, because that's going to take

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probably an entire lesson or a lesson and a half. So what are the other two?

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The first of them which is the simplest to understand

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is the addition of one more of the mothers of the believers? And that is Julia

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bentall. hat is the chieftain. And how does the chieftain, Julia bentyl Hadith, and the story of joy dia is as mentioned, by none other than a shout out the law wine herself in Urbanus hock in the first person. And she mentioned that

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Julia was captured along with all of the others. And as is the case with the prisoners of war and with the capitals, they are distributed to the army, and joy dia was given to habit in place event shamis, one of the unsought fabrics and place in Shia mass, and she agreed with habit to purchase your own freedom.

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And this is something that is uniquely Islamic, that Allah azza wa jal says, What kotze boohooman, add him to and feed him Hydra. This is in the Koran, that if your slaves want to purchase their freedom, then make a deal with them, and negotiate their freedom with them. If you see them to be good people will continue. And according to one position in Islamic law, and we don't want to get to the fifth of the whole topic, but according to one position in Islamic law, the slave has the right to demand his freedom.

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And you have to give him a fair price. And you give him time to work. And he'll give you that price over the period of his working, you'll give you that and then he will get his freedom. Right. So joy dia is the daughter of a chieftain, she doesn't want to be a slave. So immediately she negotiates that this is the amount and so I'm not going to be a slave, I'm going to get my freedom. So she says that she arranged to free herself, and then she is speaking in the first person and she is saying, and she was a hell of a tune mela, which means she was very sweet and very beautiful.

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And no one saw her except that he was captivated by her beauty.

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And she was probably around 1718 years old at the time. And she came knocking on the door of the processing and design issues house, right? Asking for help monetarily to get her freedom. So now that she's arranged with Sabbath price, now she's going directly to the process of them and she said, Can you help me out with some bit and going to other people and whatnot, negotiating where to get the money from loans, whatnot, after all, her father's achieved and somehow managed to get her father, by the way, was not taken prisoner, her father had fled. So her father is not a prisoner with the other people, her father and the other nobleman have fled, and she is now a captive. And he

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As soon as I saw her, I hated her.

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Because I knew that the profit system would see in her what I am seeing

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human nature, I knew that the process was seen her what I am seeing, and as soon as she entered, and she said that Yasuda law I am Julia, the daughter of a hadith say you don't owe me I am basically the princess with the chief debt of my my tribe. And you have seen what has happened to me, I have arranged to free myself from sabbat. So help me in this matter, meaning, give me a loan will pay you back, we'll negotiate something right, but help me out. So the profitsystem said, What if I give you something better? She said, what he said, I will free you myself not alone, forget that I will free you myself and marry you. He is proposing to her. Right right then and there. He proposes to her.

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And she agreed to this. And he made her move her, her freeing her.

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The man her was the friend that he basically paid the money. And this is not a loan then obviously and that became her mad. Now, what happened? The news spread amongst the onslaught that the process was a marriage idea.

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Then they said, How can we have the in laws of the profits are seldom as our slaves. So one by one, they began freeing every single captive until all of them were freed down to the last person.

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Then had it came back to Medina.

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And he came back negotiating a ransom for his family and tribe. He didn't know all of what's going on. And he asked for his daughter back and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said to

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said to Julia, that it is her decision if she wants to she can go back. I'm not stopping her. And Julia chose and she and he gave her the right to go back. No, this is a technical point and from this the fukuhara

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That the husband has the right to give

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the wife the right of divorce for a time period, that if the situation is very tense, but the husband does not want to divorce, right? That he can tell the wife look, you know, think about it. And if you really wanted, then the decision is yours. And you can say I give you an hour or a day or give a time period that the decision is yours. So he's handed over the right of talaq to his wife. And this is in essence what the process of them is giving to Julia that the decision is hers if she wants to she can go back that I'm not stopping her and the processing was like that he never stopped food although he did Woods ate his own adopted son look at what he did you know, the remember the

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story, right? You know, his Edelman had to remember the story, but I'm not and he was a slave. Technically, he hadn't been freed yet, right? I'm not stopping he wants to go back, he can go back, right. So Julia said, of course, I want to stay with yours with a lot. And so

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Julia remained with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when al Haddad saw his own daughter, willingly choose the Prophet system over him. This affected him so much he embraced Islam.

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Like he couldn't believe his own daughter is choosing to remain with the process of them. And this affected him like There must be a reason here. And so it had it embraced Islam. When and how does embrace Islam. The whole tribe embraced Islam, because he's the chieftain and that's the way they were back then, the whole tribe embraced Islam. So the Prophet says and made him the leader again, because after all, you know, he was their leader, gave him back all of the wealth and the sheep and the goats in the camels. Right. So they all returned back to status quo as it was, except they're Muslims. Now.

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Can you believe the beauty of this story?

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Well, it's just one of those amazing stories, right? Everything is exactly the same, except that God is now a wife of the profitsystem. How does the chieftain their animals or their animals, their camels, or their camels, their property is their property, now they're Muslim.

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And this shows us the real meaning of what is better than jihad, disobedience.

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It's not for vanilla. It's not for wealth, it's not for power. They saw the beauty of Islam, nobody was Nobody forced anybody, right? Nobody forced anybody. But they see the reality of this faith, they embrace it. And they go back exactly as they were with the added beauty of Islam.

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And Isha comments that I don't know of any lady who brought more blessings to her tribe, then Julia,

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like one lady's decision to marry the Prophet system, it was an entire catalyst. Look at what happened after that, right. And this shows us the wisdom really, of really the entire concept, as we said, of jihad of even the multiple wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. God, by the way, was known for her piety for her righteousness. She was one of those who fasted and who did a lot of charity. And there's a heady thin side Bahati about her that once the process of them visited her on Friday, and she was fasting on Friday. And he asked her that, did you fast the day before? Or the day off? Are you intending to fast the day after? And she said, No, I'm just fasting to do on

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Friday. So he told her in that case, do not choose only Friday as the day of fasting. We know in Australia, we don't specialize Friday for fasting. He said if you want to fast fast a day before after join it with something right. So this is God he just fasting on Friday. He also wants the process of them pray fudger from her house, so he spent the night her house he went to pray fudger and he stayed a long while and she was in the hermoza area doing Vicar. He returned in the middle of the day when he finished his talking with the men and there she is sitting in the same place still doing God.

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So he asked her Have you remained in the same place since fudger? She said yes. So he said Should I not tell you of a vicar that if you do it, it will give you all of this reward that you have done. So she said what? So he taught her Suhana law he added the holiday he was in and out of she he worried about NFC he will be dadda Kadima t but this is joy. This is the idea. He taught her this beautiful Vicar that all of us should memorize. The Vicar of four or five six hours will be done if you say it properly with a man and a class the simple phrase so Hannah law he added the halti the number of his creation was peanut allergy and the weight of his throne. What do you do on FCC and

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the pleasure of himself one may daddy Kadima tea and the ink of his pen. So hello to all of this to the extent of all of this, and this is

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what he talked about.

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Julia Julia lived a relatively long life, she died around 50 hijra, which is the same year by the way that hasn't died, I forgot to mention hessen died 50 years well 50 as well, Julia died in the 50th year of digital at the age of around 65 years old. And the the the marriage of God really shows us some of the primary wisdoms of the multiple marriages or the process of in particular with Julia, it is very clear that there is a huge potential and wisdom to be gained. Now, what if somebody says, What do you say about her beauty and her youth? And was this not something that the process was was interested in? Here we have some of those people who say that the Prophet system did not have any

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such desires, that he was above these desires. But frankly, you have to

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Ayesha knows her husband better than we do. And she's saying the fact and I will be very honest here for me, the perfection of our Prophet system is to make him a normal man who can control his desires, not to make him into an angel.

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For me, this is the ultimate role model. Right? Some of us we have this connotation or notion that the Prophet system is somehow superhuman, but this is not what the Quran says, right in Nima Anna Bashara mythical, he gets hungry, he gets tired and the bottle of water is going to bleed, the blood is going to come out, right? And yes, he is a man. And he sees God and he sees enjoy it exactly. What is your thought you would see enjoy idea? There is nothing How do you see the notion of somehow being attracted and wanting to marry as if somehow it's something wrong? No. The hallowmas to do it outside of marriage? Correct? What is how long being attracted into proposing? And that's exactly

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what our Prophet system did. He proposed. He said, What if I and it's an offer? It's up to God? She could have said no. Right? And when he gave her the choice, later on, she said no, not that I'm your wife and remain your wife. Right? So personally, and this is the interpretation of many scholars as well. By the way, I don't see any problem. I don't know why. Some of us as a culture, we feel like as if our process of should not be a man. What's wrong with this? Ayesha is saying that I knew that, you know, he would see in her What, what I saw, she knows. And Julia, why not have this and that? Why not marry her and she is who she is, and also free all of her people and cause them to accept

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this stuff. Right? what's the what's the how does that and Allah subhana wa, tada has allowed for a profit system, what he has not allowed for others. And this is something that is well known in the Quran. And therefore, there is nothing wrong with saying exactly, as I said, and also adding to this, that our profit system was also thinking long term, that what's going to happen if I marry the daughter of an artist, and that is all of the relatives of an artist and all of the people of the tribe, they will be given a special status of honor without having to pay a penny to anybody. Because if the people had demanded money from beta, the beta mob will go bankrupt. Right? But by

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marrying Julia, the message is given that just for these people, and there's no doubt that the Prophet system saw something in the bundle and was stuck, and it had it that showed him these people have some good in them, and a shallow delivery system. And that's exactly what happened, that eventually all of them ended up embracing Islam. And as you said, one of the most bizarre and beautiful small stories of this era, right? Where did it begin? And where did it end? And Subhanallah This is the beauty of this religion, and explains to us as well, one final point, it also explains to us that the Islamic concept of Rick and Obadiah, which we translate as slavery,

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will lie, we shouldn't even call it slavery. Because the notions of Islam are so different than what existed here in this country 200 years ago, which they called slavery, that it is an insult to Islamic Rick to call that what was happening over here 200 years ago, because that clearer, like we shouldn't even use the term.

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Because when you use the term automatically, you think of 17th 18th century America. And there is no doubt that in the history of humanity, one of the worst manifestations of slavery was what took place right here, far worse than Ancient Greece far worse than China far worse than Arabia. Islam came and brought forth a system that was unparalleled. Now the beauty of that system was that Islam does not need it. Islam made it secondary. If it exists, these are the rules. If you cut it off, Islam is perfect without it.

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You see the point, right, and it's an amazing way that Allah subhana wa Tada. Basically, obviously, the perfection of the idea that all of the laws of Robo D of risk are not necessary for Islam. You can cut off the entire chapter of risk and still have a perfect Islamic State.

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You see that you see it. And this is, this is the reality now, that not as far as I know, no scholar in the world is calling for a return to that. Call us that was something in the past. We don't have to apologize for it. We don't have to sugarcoat it. We should be proud of the fact that when the world practiced a very barbaric system, our shediac, humanized it. And our shediac gave laws, so much so that if the app demanded freedom, like joy, do, you have to give it to them?

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Do you negotiate what is a reasonable price? And that's a Colossus which system allowed this right? additionally, so many other rules, not the time to get into But the main point, who are the arbete in Islam, only one source. These are captives are prisoners of war that are not present. There's only one source.

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And that is you have a captive where you have a prisoner of war, who's not ransomed off. That is the only source of luck or out otherwise.

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What happened in Africa would happen in other places where free people are captured and purchased here? Our Prophet says that I'm said that anybody who does this has the curse of Allah on him. Anybody who does it, Allah will not look at him. This is the worst of mankind is the person who caught a free man and sold him as a slave. This is a hadith.

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These are of the worst of the merchants or the worst of the laws, Lana Allah's crystal does not going to look at them. So what happened as the slave trade? And sadly, sometimes Muslims are also involved, by the way in the 17th century. Let's be honest here as well. We're not going to sugarcoat that that many times it was Muslims, not all the time. Sometimes Muslims are the ones who sold the slaves to others. This is clearly how long, there's no question about it. In our sheds? Are there's only one source of IBD and that is prisoners of war and captives who are not ransom. What are you going to do with them? Are you going to kill them? Because they're good? If you don't, they're going

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to come back and kill you. I mean, they're going to go back to the enemy, right? What are you going to do want to put them in prisons for how long who's going to feed them? The society absorb them. And by absorbing them, each one is taken care of is fed, it's given shelter, and eventually the key point, they all embrace Islam and are eventually freed. This is the reality. Historically speaking, many of these slaves eventually became their own dynasties. The most famous example is the mom Luke's right, the mom, Luke's were called mom, Luke's because they were slaves. Mom, Luke means a slave. And eventually the mom, Luke's became the very last of the dynasties before colonialism,

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right? Going into my tangent here, but the very last of the Mamelukes fought the forces of Napoleon Bonaparte. It's surreal to imagine this, but this is what happened. When Napoleon landed in Mosul in 1792, when Napoleon invaded Egypt, that was the last of the magic. And the polling is finding them with guns and horses and the mameluke still have their skin tars and swords, and obviously they're going to lose but still, mom looks who are the mom looks, they were

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the slave dynasties. So the final point, inshallah, and that is the whole concept of rock and roll Buddha, we need to be very frank about this, the Islamic system, developed it to make it humane to make it something that was feasible for the time. And it also made it something that is not needed, as a part of the Sharia, it encouraged good treatment of slaves, it encouraged the freedom of slaves, so many cofounders deal with freeing a slave, if you lie, if you cheat, if you break a promise, if you break, free, a slave free, a slave free, a slave free a slave, right, so many of the things freeing a slave. So Islam came and took that system that existed in the world, modified it

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gave it a humanity that never existed, and most importantly, made it something that you don't need to have. Therefore now in our times, when the world has pretty much abolished legal slavery, then hamdulillah we don't need to go back. So I don't know of any scholar who's calling for those times again or whatnot. This is now a done time and hamdulillah we don't need to worry about this and with that, inshallah Tada. We have come to the end of this session announcement. Next Wednesday, there will not be a Syrah, we will resume after two Wednesdays, I have to go on an international trip to the Norwegian lines or to Sweden. So I will not be here for next Wednesday. The Tuesday class will

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be here. So Tuesday, so what is seen? We'll be here at 730 the next theater will be two weeks from today inshallah. Dad. Any other announcements or questions? Yes. Quick question. Yes.

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Obviously, she was jealous, obviously, but

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I shadow the loved one have being the Muslim at the moment that she was she accepted whatever the process of them did, but it is human nature. This is again

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It is human nature that she will feel jealous she will feel irritated, but her eemaan will eventually conquer and let it go. Right. And this is the perfection of our issues nature.

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Other questions? Yes.

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She's a slave, she doesn't need to worry.

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At this point, she's a slave.

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But she wants to purchase the freedom. So the rules are different. For the slave there are different for the mocha tub, and she was a mocha tibba. They are different. So she doesn't need as a slave, she does not need

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the permission of her biological wedding, she only needs the permission of the master. And because the master is habit of interface adventure mass with the Sahabi. So that's not a problem.

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Okay, yes.

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No, they left with them.

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They left with them. Yes.

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the left was perfect for that this was

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your second question is to hand it off.

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To Josh. That's all the time you just talked about. Right having a big project was last because of the.

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And she did it when she was asked she did it. She said she did it because she wants to help her system, which is the end of the project, which means the habit of complete.

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So you're bringing up the whole controversy of the issue of motorized here and when it took place exactly. This is the one of the main positions that is trying to show that mauricia took place in the sixth year of the hydro. Right. And that is Hamilton, vintage ash and her sisters in a vintage ash. And no doubt this is a problem. So whichever position you hold, you have a piece of the puzzle that cannot be put in

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because it

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is mentioned in Bahati.

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And that's going to be a problem. Right? So you bring up the issue, which is a controversy for the last 1200 years. And we're not going to solve it now. And that is when did when did malaria take place fifth or sixth? But at the same time?

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What's the big deal?

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I mean, look, let's flip this. I know it's very interesting. But okay, suppose it was fifth? Suppose it was six. There's not much any HTML to the left. And what's the what's the thing? That's the, the, the teacher of it, right? So I mean, yes, it's a controversy that exists. By the way, I have to say, Mashallah, this is a very advanced pseudo class, if you compare this to anything else, you will know, still I put the disclaimer, this is not

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a high level. Because to go to that level, we really are going to go into every single detail and the Wyatt and the assignment and whatnot. And I'm with modesty in sha Allah, Allah for any arrogance, I don't think anything in English is as advanced as what I'm teaching you because I know what I'm going back to and I know the level yet, I have to water it down. Because it's not appropriate to go to that level.

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Unless you are doing an advanced PhD, or master's in Sierra or something like this, right. So these issues that you're bringing up, I intentionally do not bring them up. If you try to get my point, right. These issues that you're bringing up? I don't think it is wise that.

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Yeah, so Noseda vintage ash took place in the fifth year, most likely, in which case it is a problem. As I said, the issue that you bring up is the biggest evidence that is used by those who say it took place in the sixth year of the hater.

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Right, how many have been the judgments have been to judge, whereas sadly been wired is the biggest evidence used by those who say to place in the fifth year of age, this is the problem. And we're like, I don't have an answer to this. And this is just one of many chronological issues that we have actually overlooked and not gone into if you want to we could go into 10 other issues where there's an acted off over the year that it occurred. But what's I mean, what's the big deal if it's fifth or sixth or fourth? I mean, in the end of the day, the incident has been preserved and we do our most from an incident Allah knows best inshallah, in any case, it is.

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probably have to quit. It's been it's been good.

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There's no question. This is a time of war. What's the problem here?

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We'll start off at the time of the crash. This is open

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War, every country in the world spies on its enemies. Where there is no problem here.

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Look, there's a difference between treachery and between deceit. treachery is never allowed.

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Tiana is never allowed in Islam even in war.

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But deceit means like this. Any subterfuge tactics? Right? You know, Sun Tzu and the Art of War, which is the earliest book ever written about war over 2000 years old. Right? What is his first rule?

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deceit is nine tenths of war, something like this, you know, like lying is nine tenths of the winning the battle. This is Sun Tzu, the Chinese philosopher, the first book of war ever written. And the number one rule in it. You're not you're not going to be winning a war if you're 100% honest, you know, you have to pretend there are weapons of mass destruction if you want to go to war. Okay? Otherwise it's not going to happen. So this is the way the world works. And I have said a million times r Shetty is a practical pragmatic Sharia it's not a hypothetical theoretical Sharia always turn the other cheek and do whatever you want. It's a realistic living in this world *tier

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right. And if you want to live in this world as a political entity and power, well then during times of war with your enemy, yes, this is what is done.

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Even though in the perfection of our Prophet system, he never did it. Look at this. He never did it. The max he did was DoDEA Where are you from? I am from water.

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Right Abu Bakar Who is this? He is my guide guiding me on the way right? So no doubt the better is this but in this case? Yes, inshallah. Yes, in the back and then we're done relate to

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the child from a slave in Islam in Islamic law occupies the exact same status as a child from a full marriage. And the best example for this is is married and his house

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is married and his house is married. His mother was harjot. His house mucha wisata. And

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amongst our own history, the majority of the Basset Hoda were sons of slave women.

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The majority of our whole affair of early Islam were sons of slave women. Islamic filk says that any child born to a Giardia and I don't even like using the term slave honestly, but we have to because any child born to ajaya that child will take the name of the Father inherit from the Father has the full biological rights over the Father, and then the mother gets an automatic upgrade. As soon as the slave the Giardia gives birth to a child, she becomes a mobile wallet,

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and she can never be sold. And she becomes free instantaneously after the man dies. Automatic upgrade when you have a child. Right? So all of this Islamic law guarantees and many other rulings as well. But yes, so the answer your question then yes, the child that is born to a jatiya will be a full child and in fact,

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our Prophet system had Ibrahim from Maria and Maria was a Giardia Maria was not of the Manhattan what meaning Maria was of the God of the Prophet system, and he did not marry Maria. Okay.