Yasir Qadhi – Seerah – 55 Return From Al Muraysi And Slander of Aisha P1

Yasir Qadhi
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various historical events occurring during the late 1800s and early 2000s, including the return of the hedgerow and the hedger's mother, the split between Mah-out and the Sahaba, the dispute between Mah-out and the Sahaba, the loss of human health during the pandemic, and the use of "has been met" in the culture. They emphasize the importance of avoiding common mistakes and acknowledging one's own worth, as well as the negative impact of culture on one's well-being.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah, Allah, Allah He was so happy about.

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So we were still doing the reservoir of mores here, the expedition and what I see. And we said, the last word, what I see is important, not so much for the battle itself, but for the three things that happened after the battle. And we talked about the first of those three things being what

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was the first of those three.

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So the marriage of the Prophet system with joy idea, which led to

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the entire tribe, being fried, and then converting to Islam, and then being returned to the property. And so everything remained the same, except that they were now Muslim, right. And the marriage of God truly illustrates the plurality of our Prophet sallallahu Sallam marriages. We're going to do the second incident today, and then start the third incident as well. And the third incident is the slander of Ayesha. So we'll start that at the end. So the second incident, which we weren't able to discuss, and by the way, as we mentioned last time, and our brother also brought up the issue of the date of what I see. And as I said, I mean I handed out is a very advanced theory,

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but still, there's a time you just have to draw, but nonetheless, no problem and mentioning some of the controversies. So more I see.

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When did it occur? And therefore, when did the slander occur? And when did the marriage of God occur? All of is dependent on one person what a co occur? So there's many positions about this. But there's two very strong positions. The first of these is that in the fifth year of the huge Russia ban, the second in the sixth year of the hydrocarbon difference of one year. Now, this is a theoretical difference, it doesn't really matter, Frank, frankly, speaking, doesn't change anything, right? It's just a historical question. When did more I see a tech play take place? And when did therefore the marriage of the processor and then the slander of Ayesha, when did it take place? This

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is two major positions. And the problem is, and again, this is a little bit advanced. But nonetheless, let us to mention a little bit about it. The problem comes, people are remembering narratives many years after they happened.

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piecing together all of the narratives. There's two individuals mentioned, both of which could not have been alive or present in the story in the same year. That's why this controversy occurs. Okay, two names are mentioned. And both of these names are clashing with each other in terms of chronology. And both of these names are mentioned in Bahati and both of these have authentic a sonnet. Right? This is the problem. And just again, a little bit of background so one of the individuals is sad they've been wife.

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Now, sad, they've been

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sad, they've been wild he dies right after

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he would not have been alive in the sixth year shabang.

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Impossible, because undock takes place when 50 year show was

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right, and he dies one month after that. Okay, so those who say this incident took place 50 are sharp and everything fits. So far, so clear. Correct. So far, so clear. Cut sharp and Ramadan show what? Okay, now, who's the other person mentioned? The other person mentioned is Dana vintage ash. Now, Cena vintage Ash is the wife of the process of them. She did not become his wife, except in the end of the fifth year.

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So if we say this incident took place in Shabbat of the fifth year, Zainab is not yet his wife. So they say then Shabbat of the sixth year.

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But then, how does Saudi Arabian wise come in? So one of the two figures historically, is incorrect. The memories of the people narrating got messed up and confused. Now, that's just one issue, then there are many other issues as well that are much more trivial. And as I have mentioned many times, one of the biggest problems that Sierra researchers have is to piece together the stories of the Sierra to form a complete narrative, and also to make a chronology. When did exactly these things happen? It's not that easy. And even as hard as the position and authority has a vision, okay, so from the very beginning, we've had this staff about when did mauricia occur when did all of this

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occur? And so again, just so that you should be aware, what we're following now is

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50 year shotgun. But frankly, there is a strong case to be made, which are rather butts and points of a strongest immune 60 shot back. And honestly, nothing different is to be. So what I mean, whichever of the two positions it takes place, it's a historical curiosity, right? When did it take place. So do realize, though that the majority of sila books are following even as half, even as hawks as 60, or Shabbat. So the majority of theater books will not be discussing what I see when I'm discussing it. But most modern researchers that are a little bit more critical because 90% of theater researchers they took it as half as the model palace, whatever he says goes, they just were

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easy with it had been his house was considered to be the main authority of zero. Modern researchers, they make evidence have one authority amongst many authorities. And they're a little bit more critical, much the majority of modern will have to own which means like the modern researchers, they have concluded with many other evidences that what I see it took place Shabbat of the fifth year of the hedgerow and the mention of side they've been wise is correct. And therefore, either Xena vintage ash was not to wife and only a cousin because she was a cousin. Right? Or is just a mistake and that it wasn't actually is in a bit dejection with somebody else. And if you want to hold this

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position, that's fine. If you want to hold the other position, that is fine as well, in any case, back to the story. So what is the second of the three incidents? The second of the three incidents involved the return journey

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from the battle back to Medina. And as I had mentioned before the Battle of more I see it, the majority of the hypocrites participated in it. Why? Because it was number one very close. Number two, there was no harvest season, so there's no temptation to stay. Number three, there's a guaranteed win. There's no chance of failure.

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And there was no casualty at Mercy except an accidental friendly fire Casualty. There was zero casualties of Malaysia, it was guaranteed win. So seeing the guaranteed win all of the hypocrites, and at the head of them Abdullah Ave beiben Salut participated. He had never participated in any expedition before or after. So more I see it had the largest concentration of hypocrites. Tensions are bound to happen. And that's why two of the three stories involve hypocrites. Number one, this one number two slander of Arusha, which is all about the hypocrites as well. Right? So why are the hypocrites playing a central role in this mode? Because they have the highest concentration ever. In

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any expedition. Things are bound to happen into a book and other things happen. But Abdullah bin obey did not participate in the book. He wasn't there until right. He would This is the only major expedition Abdullah bin obey is a part. So what happened? The story goes as follows.

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And by the way, I did not mention before that Abdullah bin obey, obviously, actually, I did mention this I think

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he had converted reluctantly, when did he convert? Who can remind me? When did he convert

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after butter when it was clear that there's no point in remaining a pagan, he was one of the last people to convert. And before he converted, he has some very, very harsh statements. This is before his conversion in the first year and a half before but that once the Prophet system passed by riding his donkey, and Abdullah Ave bait, stuck his nose up and put his hand on his nose and said don't bring this stench when you walk by me. He's He's saying that to the Profit System. But not at this point in time. He is a pagan, he's not has not converted. And he would also tell the Profit System and the Muslim was when they recited the Quran to lower their voices and not to disturb him. Don't

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disturb me when I'm sleeping with your recitation or with your sada with your van. So clearly, there was a keyboard or arrogance from the very beginning. And then after that he was forced to accept Islam meaning he realized there is no hope in remaining wishek and adulthood we all know what he had done. Now in mauricia. His burning inside and something took place where he made some very harsh comments what happened.

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It is mentioned that one unsightly and one Mohajer

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amongst the young men of both sides, they want to collect water for the caravan. And on the way just like youth do, they began disputing over something and so one of them kick the other

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and the other responded back with a punch and the two began fist fighting. Just the kids do all the time they get into some dispute over something and so they started fighting each other.

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Immediately the muhajir said Omaha Judo and come and help me and the unsolved said oh Ansari has come and helped me

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screaming out. So the muhajir own came to see what's happening. The ansata came to see what's happening. Each one of them sided with their own youth, their own member. And the both of them whatever the dispute was, we actually don't even know SubhanAllah. And this is the wisdom of the Sahaba. As we said many times they don't record these petty details. We don't know what was the issue going on. It's not mentioned. And there's no need for us to know. And so the two of them began disputing the more hydrogen and the unsought and their voices began to shout and increase, and they started lining up and yelling and screaming, and tempers flared, weapons were about to be drawn.

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tempers flared and weapons were about to be drawn. And the profitsystem heard all of this commotion, what's going on, the noise is raising, so he rushes outside of his tent, and he sees the unsought on one side than Mahajan on on the other side, all lined up yelling, shouting, screaming, anger is there. And so he asks, What is going on? What are you doing?

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And they tell him that the these two youth they had a fight we they call that the unsolved they call them Mahajan. Now we are resolving the dispute I get we don't know what the dispute is. So the profitsystem said, Abby, that was Jackie. Leah, you're going back to the calls of Jackie Leah. You're going back to this breaking up of the oma based upon lines and divisions. That's what Jackie Leah was about. This is oroshi This is his early this is a coffee. You're going back to the Tao of yahaya with Roku have in the honeymoon, Tina, leave it because it is disgusting. He used a very harsh word montina rotting is disgusting. Get rid of it, it is something that is disgusting. Throw

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it away. It's something that's rotting. Now,

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before we move on, look over here. So Pamela, how weak human nature is this is the best generation of mankind ever. Quantum hydrometer in us, and to youth get involved fighting, whatever it is, it's got to be petty. These are two youth, whether it's over who's going to get the water first, whether whatever is the story, it's gotta be something, you know, teenagers fight over. But still, tempers are so easy to flare. And divisions and calls like this, at least is waiting to divide the Muslim up in this manner. And even the best of omens and generations, the potential exists for this to flare up. And this is exactly what happened. And in this we see the humanity of the Sahaba. They're not

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angels, they can get angry, they almost break into a fight themselves. After the death of the processing of an actual fight will occur. Multiple fights will occur Safina and Gemma they will occur. They didn't want it to happen. But nonetheless it happened.

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We also see over here that

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the Prophet system called racism and ethnic division, he called it rotting, filthy montina is something that's decaying.

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And this shows us dividing ourselves up when we are one oma over any divisions is something that is completely filthy. It's the human nature should find it disgusting. Like imagine rotting flesh. This is how we should find racism. This is how we should find division within the oma. And what is especially noteworthy in this division is that this division on site and Mahajan was unknown to the both of them four years ago, five years ago. This is a brand new division. And it is a division that the Quran itself sanctions

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and Maha Judo no one saw.

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It is an Islamic division, who's a Mahajan, who's an unsought yet it can be misused and abused as it was right now. And even this Islamic division can become an Islamic.

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If this is the case with something that has Quranic origin, Mahajan, and unsought How about something that has completely human origin? This is our This is Pakistani, this is Bengali, this is Indian, this is Egyptian This is Syrian, or not even this, this is from this place in the Punjab, and this is from that village in the Punjab. Imagine, and this is how it becomes this is from North Egypt. This is from South Egypt. This is from this place in Sudan that's from that place in Sudan. So panela if these divisions that are puranic our Prophet system said it's filthy and disgusting if it is used in this manner. montina for something that the Quran itself approves, if used correctly,

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if it's used incorrectly it becomes disgusting. How about the divisions that are imaginary and manmade? How do they fall into the scheme of things right? And this shows us the

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And the inherent an Islamic concept known as racism. Now, this also shows us as well, by the way, how did the process of him solve this? He didn't get involved in the petty details who said what and what happened. He just said Get over it that will help avoid some disputes. You don't need to go to the nitty gritty. Who said this? Who started it, it's his wisdom, this is actually going to cause worse problems. And this shows us when you're going to arbitrary between two people who are having a dispute, you need to use a lot of wisdom. Sometimes you need to go down to the minute who said what When did they say sometimes it's just best when this is happening? They're about to draw their

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swords. They're made to feel like foolish, how could you have gotten to this? Come on? Forget about it. Come on, you're all brothers Bismillah. Let's move on. And the matter is forgotten. And this is of his wisdom. So I sent him that he did not get involved in the mind you Shay, who did what? Who started who kicked him? All of this is not even asked, because that's actually going to do what? It's going to make it much worse. And this is of his wisdom sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. When Abdullah niobate heard this, he became inflamed, became angry.

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Why do you become angry

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because he was happy to see the division.

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Because this division is something he wants to spread.

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And he wanted something to take place when the fitna was quelled, and the fire was basically quenched, he became irritated. And he said Is this what they have done? Meaning the Sahaba they stopped fighting.

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They meaning the Mahajan have competed with us in their numbers and their quantities. So now that they will, in their number and in their quantity, quality and quantity. And this is exactly like then he mentioned the very vulgar expression of Arabic, which translates in English as fat in your dog, only so that it will come back to eat you.

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Personally expression means something, what does it mean?

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It means it's very possible that the very

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person or friend or whatever that you're helping, it's actually going to become an enemy to you. And so istockphoto law he called the Muslims and only their leader, even a sufferer that is comparing them to the hotel to the villa, this animal. So this is exactly like the saying of Arabic. And he mentioned this saying that this is just like we say that fat in your dog is going to come back and eat you or bite you. By Allah, Allah He Jain in Medina T. When we come back to the city region, as Zhu min *, as

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the ones who have more honor will expel the ones who have no honor.

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The era Gianna in El Medina at the regional zoom in * as well. When we get back to Medina, now we're gonna get rid of these people, the ones who have honor, we'll get rid of those who have no honor. And then he started blaming his own hypocrites, and he said, You have brought this on yourselves, you have allowed them to come into your land, you have given them your money, you have shared your wealth, if only you withheld all of this, they would have been forced to go back to their own homes.

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So he's irritated his own people that look at what's happening now. And this shows us that by this time, then we'll have June, their quantity really was rivaling that of the unsold now, the people that were now immigrating has been now five years since the hedgerow, right? So the number of Mahajan and disasters from Medina from from Macau sorry, all over people are coming all over the place. Now their quantity has increased. And no doubt there is this sense of jealousy of protection of racism from this hypocrite, Abdullah bin obey even solo. Now he's saying this in his private tent amongst his people who are majority of them. They are we're not alone. But there was a young lad

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amongst them whose heart was full of a man and his name was a

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And they went out of town when he heard this he could not believe. I mean, this is clear, Cofer, nobody can deny this. Right. It is clear cut cover, making fun of the profitsystem saying Cofer statements liquid agenda, assuming had other the statement that he said comparing with the villa, he could not believe this. And so he rushed to his uncle. He's a teenager. He doesn't know what to do. He rushes to his uncle. He says, I heard such and such. His uncle says let's go to the process and he takes into the Profit System says oh Rasulullah listen to what my nephew has, has just heard. And so he narrates to him. What he has heard

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directly from Abdullah of New Haven salutes mouth. And

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Abdullah bin obey is called by the prophet system. Did you just say this? And he begins giving person after custom swearing, the the rewired, say the shed the most strongest atoms imaginable.

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And this is the Mona Lisa, completely lying through his teeth, mentioning our last names completely invade, he gives the strongest person all the puzzles you can think of that he could never have said this and this is a kid, how can you believe him etc, etc. And so the Prophet system accepted the excuses have been obeyed.

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After all, he is giving all of these customs and after all that is a very harsh things that have been said. It's just better to hope he didn't say it. It's very harsh things have been said. And this caused a huge issue between the munafo own and between the unsought of Medina because obviously, they will not feel supported I believe in the obey and the unsolved were already filmed that him and they're even more irritated and would have no hottub after I've delivered obey left, he said he had a school Allah let me just read this guy. Always he has this role in this era. Right? Let me just get rid of this guy Danny DeVito right. It is someone outfit we all know he is a

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monarch. And he insisted that there is no excuse for him now Yasuda Allah, and the Prophet says Adam said that who leave him, don't kill him. Why? Because I do not want the people to say that Mohammed solo, Selim kills his own companions. We'll get back to this point leave him. I don't want the people to start spreading rumors about me that I execute my own companions.

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And he immediately ordered all of the Sahaba of the army to pack their bags and rush back to Medina stop all of this chattering all of this chitchat, all of this Peter wakad packed your bags at school and he marched non stop for over 20 hours. Completely non stop for the rest of the whole day and the entire night. Non Stop marching such that pretty much the next morning that we're outside of Medina.

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Why? Because as soon as they basically stopped outside of Medina hollows, they fell asleep for the rest of the day. They said as soon as their heads hit the pillow after 20 hour walk, what's going to happen right now what was the wisdom of this? To get the minds off of all all of this as happening? Stop all of this chitchat, stop all of the rumor mongering just to get move on, just come on, let's go. And they are so tired. They just have no time to start gossiping, because this is human nature. small thing happens. And then one person throws it to another because bigger throws eternal because bigger, small thing has bigger and bigger. Each person inflames the other How dare he he couldn't

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have done this blah, blah, blah. So parallel the process of in his wisdom, once again shows us His wisdom. He just completely extinguished this flame by just marching forward. Let's go. And by the time they walk 20 hours, as soon as they unpack their bags, they just fall right they're asleep, sleep the whole day, wake up, Medina is right there. So then they get back to the city of Medina. Now. They they've been an outcome became very depressed. Because after all, his testimony has been rejected. Right? He became very depressed. He said it was the worst day of my life. After all, he is also just a teenager as well and will lie even if you had been an old man, it would have been very

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painful. The process has rejected his testimony, basically. I mean, obviously he's not accusing him of lying, but in essence, what has he done in essence, he's accepted the testimony of Abdullah and obey and rejected the testimony of zayde even outcome and as a different outcome was extremely depressed. He said it was the worst day that my mother ever gave birth to me expression in Arabic, it's like the worst day of my life. And right that morning outside of Medina, Allah subhana wa tada revealed all of the entirety of pseudoalteromonas

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the whole pseudomonads comes down in this battle after this battle, right? Either una una una una casa de la, la La, la casa de la jolla shadow inner Mona Tina la caja de boon it to her to a man whom Jonathan, all of their customs is just a shield. Right facade do unsavoury ladder just preventing people from the way of a lot and then Allah subhanaw taala goes on Allah knows they're lying Allah knows this Allah knows that they will swear to you this then the whole idea and then in the surah Of course, Abdullah newbay is quoted by exact expression.

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Yo lunella era Jaya el Medina region that is zoomin *. This is quoting

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Little bit over, literally it's in the Quran to this day. And Allah subhanho wa Taala says, fulfill the law, there is a word or Sudhi, when Nina, when I came when I 15, Li of kahun, right? Allah to Allah belongs all there is and to his pursuit, and to the believers that will not only have no knowledge, they have no understanding. And the whole surah is basically a criticism of them will not feel good and exposing of the faults of them on your own. And when the surah was revealed,

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the prophet system qualitative and outcome, held him by the ear. And he said, Allah has confirmed that this has spoke has heard the truth. Allah has confirmed this has heard the truth, your ears have been confirmed by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Right. So to calm him down that after all, the kid was feeling so hurtful and painful. So the process of cheered him up and said that Allah has affirmed that your ears have heard the truth. And the news has spread in Medina, what is happening?

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This is again, I mean, when the army is about to come in, this was the son of all armies of the past. There's a crier that comes basically, to tell the people that the army is coming, get ready. And the crier also brings information. And so all of this is spreading in the city of Medina. And Abdullah even obeys son hears of this.

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And his name, by the way was also Abdullah Abdullah, even Abdullah bin obey. And he was a believer, he was not enough. And Abdullah, even Abdullah, the son of the leader of the hypocrites, when he heard about all of this, he went outside to meet the Prophet system before he comes in.

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And he says to him, yeah, rasulillah, it has reached me that you're considering executing my father.

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And if you command anybody to execute him,

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I remember he's grown up in j times, he still has the ways of God. He says, I don't think that I can see another man walk around in the streets of Medina, knowing he's killed my father, except that I'll have to kill him.

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And if I kill him, I've killed an innocent Muslim. I'm gonna go to agenda.

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So I think the only solution is you command me

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to do this execution.

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He's worried This is what he's worried about now. Right? Like he has spent the last night sleepless that what am I going to do now, if somebody else executes him, I cannot remain. Now again, this was primarily in their jacket, the custom that was the way it was that it's your tribal loyalty. Because you're done, no matter how much you hate or don't like, that's why the process of himself was protected by his own tribe, right? It's that loyalty that they have, and he's raised in that environment. So he said, If you command anybody else to kill him, I don't think I can withhold my sword from him, he's gonna die. And if he dies from my hand, then call us. I'm Carlos, I'm done. The

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only alternative, you tell me Give me the commandment, so that I cannot blame anybody but myself, Subhana Allah. But this is a real sign of obedience to Allah and His Messenger, a real sign of, there's no alternative other than I'll have to do this. And our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, that, but as in social better, who know, rather, Your duty is to be good companion to him.

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You cannot do this to him. Your duty is to be a good son, or a good, you know, be loyal to him, basically. And he promised him the process and promised him that we shall be good to him, and gentle with him as long as he lives with us. So he promised Abdullah ibn Abdullah, that look, as long as your father is alive, we're not going to do anything to him. And that was his promise that he lived up to it. And that's exactly what he did. So when he got this news, he felt a big sigh of relief, but he was still very angry at his father. And so he stood at the gate of Medina, waiting for Abdullah Avenue by his own father to come. And when he came, he said that you were the one who said

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lay off the gender as human health event. Right? And will lie, I will not allow you to come back to Medina until the Prophet system has given you permission.

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His own Son became basically the preventer. How dare you say this? And then you're going to come back to the city. I'm not gonna let you do this until the profitsystem himself gives you permission. And therefore he had to wait until the profitsystem came and then gave him permission to enter the city. And then Abdullah bluebay entered the city now panela This is a man just an amazing story. Well, ladies, one of the most interesting stories and by the way, his son so Abdullah

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as you're not delivering a baby

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eventually died in the lifetime of the profit center. It was his son, who when his father died, he felt that softness. He felt that drama for him. He was the one who went to the process and said Yasuda law, give me one of your cloaks, your, your reader, give me one of your, you know, garments that I will use as a cushion for my father. Perhaps Allah might forgive him. Again, this isn't the end there is a hammer, it's your father in the end of the day, you know, so the Prophet says I'm not only gave him that he that he went to the cemetery he prayed janazah for this was before Allah revealed I don't want to suddenly I had to abandon What are takoma poverty? This is a surah suta

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Toba and this was one of love revealed with the death of Abdullah obey. Allah revealed never ever go to one of their graves and never stand at their graves and pray for them and never ask forgiveness for them. If you were to ask 70 times Allah will not forgive. This came down after Abdullah and obey tight. So before he actually went and he prayed for him and he sallallahu Sallam went into the grave himself to lower the body. And he gave his own trout to us as a coffin. Because handler in the end of the day, he wanted Rama This is committed anatomy. He wanted even this person to get mad, that's his heart so they send them and Allah subhana wa tada said, we know better. And don't ask

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forgiveness for this person. You know, he has died in Nepal and Abdullah niobate Abdullah, Abdullah innovate the Muslim, he died a Shaheed in the battles of India in the time of Abu Bakar deal. So we don't have much information about him. He lived a short life after this, he died within the next five, six years, he passed away. Now, the outcome of this incident was that

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the true nature of Abdullah bin obey was fully exposed now,

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by the text and testimony of the Quran, in a manner that even offered had not done that explicitly. This is the most explicit and therefore

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many of them will not have your own abandoned Abdullah bin obey and actually became true Muslims. When Allah azza wa jal revealed what he revealed and it was very clear, many of them abandoned, and they became true Muslims. And

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam later remarked atop that, what do you think Omar? Meaning about all that has happened? For indeed, if I had commanded him to be killed the day that you told me to kill him,

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I would have turned away many people, his followers, those same people. If I were to tell them to kill Abdullah video by now they would be the ones doing it.

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Do you understand this a long quote. But he's telling Omar, you were the one who wanted to kill him. Right? What do you think now? You see the effects when those went after him and embraced Islam. Right? The profitsystem said to Mr. Juicy, do you remember that day? You wanted me to kill him? If I had killed him, all of these people would have remained hypocrites. But now, those people

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if I were to tell them to kill the other innovate, they'd be the first ones to do it. Right there. Eman had now increased. And there were now true believers and orbit of know how Bob responded, well law he I know that the law or the opinion of the profitsystem is always more blessed than my opinion. I know that of course, this was the correct opinion. And your opinion will bring more Baraka than my opinion. And this incident of not killing Abdullah niobate. This is one of the main evidences and there are dozens of evidences and this is a issue of mental solar.

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One of the main evidences of something known as Muslim, and Muslim means public welfare, the good of the people, that the Muslim ruler or the Muslim Jewish or the Muslim fucky, he looks at the Muslim, or what is good for the oma and bases laws on Muslims.

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And the issue of Muslim is one of the sources of Islamic law.

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And these days, especially a lot is being written about it. If you look at many organizations, and many books, and you just log on to any Islamic bookstore, lots of books about Muslims. And there's no doubt that this is a whole long topic in of itself. But there's no doubt that Musleh is a source of law, because our Profit System took into account, what would be the repercussions if he killed the living it will be. He weighed the pros and the cons. And he said the cons outweigh the pros basically. Right? If I were to kill him, what are the people gonna think of this religion? What will they think of me killing my own fault? They're not gonna know he's a hypocrite. The perception will

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be what the prophet Mohammed says is killing his own people. And I don't want them to

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To say this about Islam. By the way, this also shows that there's, it's a part of our religion to have a good image in front of non Muslims. Pr is a part of every firm, every company, every group, every ethnicity, every religion, some overzealous Muslims, they say, Who cares what other people think about this, your profit system is saying, I don't want people to think wrong about Islam. You have to think about the image you're giving to your religion, not to your ego, not to yourself, to your faith to your people. And that's why the Muslim always has to be extra, scrupulous, extra careful, extra honest, there's an impression that has to be given, not for your sake, who people

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need to know this is what your religion teaches and practices. He says, I don't want the others to say that not the non Muslims say that Mohammed says and kills his own people.

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Even though Abdullah in obey deserves the punishment, but what is the negatives of this punishment, it outweighs the positives. And this is the issue of Muslims. Now, just a footnote here. Musleh is very popular in our times for one simple reason. And that is that many of those who might have called progressives and whatnot, they really like to harp on this point, because they believe that Muslim can be used to basically Trump Islamic law, that if the Quran says x, or if the sooner says y, then they say, oh, Muslim, it doesn't make sense x doesn't make sense. Muslim says let's do something else. And this is one of the reasons why there's so much talk about Muslims in our times,

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yet in these very evidences. And this is what the classical for Sunni schools say. Muslim, is an evidence in the absence of an Islamic text.

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Not when there is an Islamic text. And even in this very incident, what does he want to conclude with? Well, law he I know that the position of the Prophet of Islam is always going to have more Baraka than my position. There is no Muslim in opposition to a text. Muslim is used when the texts are silent.

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texts are silent. Now go ahead. What is public benefits? Let's discuss this bring together lawyers bring together experts bring to the economist bring together civil servants, let's discuss how should the country be run in areas where the Shetty is silent. This is where most law comes into play. As for something that is explicit in the Quran, or sooner that Allah has commanded the Messiah is in obeying the command

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whether we see it or not. And that's really the whole point in our times why the issue of Muslims and there are certain organizations will lie. There's one organization that has released over 10 books in English in the last three years, about Muslim over 10 books, all of its books about Muslim, Muslim and Islamic law. Well, it's slowly you know, all of this issue, what is the what is the reason as I said, the goal is to kind of chip away from the text of the Quran and Sunnah. And we, or at least I personally, do not at all agree with this Musleh is only used in the absence of a text and not to discredit a text. And this is what the former that have all say. Okay, so this is the

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second of the third issue, and that is the issue of Abdullah neovi. And what he said, Now we get to the third and this will last us all of the remainder and also next week and also the week after that this is the very long story about the slander of Arusha, radi Allahu taala.

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And the slander of Arusha is one of the most traumatic stories in the Sierra, for one simple reason, because it deals with the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu. It salams personal and intimate affairs. It deals with the very personal bond of a husband and wife. It deals with the honor and the sanctity of marriage. And it shows us how low the munafo went, like you cannot go lower than this. This is like you have no scruples to go that low.

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And it was a very traumatic time.

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And one of the interesting things about this story is that it has been preserved in vivid detail in the first person by Ayesha herself, in the most authentic books.

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There are a hadith that are 234 pages long

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and Bahati that are Isha is describing in her own narrative in her own memory from her own memory, the whole story of the slander

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and therefore this is even more beneficial than interesting, because we see it from the perspective of the main victim of the main person of the story. And therefore all of the talks in the books written about the story of the slander, they

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revolve around our Isha herself, because you cannot get more detailed information than Isha herself. And as we said, these stories are narrated in Bukhari and Muslim, so they are the most authentic books. And what I'm going to do is to basically quote you exactly what she herself said, obviously, the translation and then just give some for wider benefits directly from what she has said, I've translated this very long Heidi's bringing in other narrations as well, I've translated it into English. And all of these narrations, as we said, are found in the body. And

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Asia begins, and she says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever he wanted to go on a journey,

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he would cast lots amongst his wives. So whoever is launched would be picked, that wife would accompany the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now, the meaning here, of course, is that the Prophet system was fair with all of his wives and matches that he could control. But if there's one journey, you cannot take all of them? And how are you going to choose for every journey? which one to take, it's not fair to alternate, because every journey is different. So what did would have what would happen? He would draw lots. Lots meaning like, you know, it will take six, seven straws, one of them is long, although they're stressed or short, and then you know, you just pick and then

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whoever picks the long straw, that's the one that is its turn. So this shows us that drawing lots in this manner, for health reasons. This is something that although allow, and there are many cases and there are many cases, and

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hypothetically, if there were slavery, so of a slave owner says when I die free, one of my slaves, and he has, let's say, five slaves, how do you decide? So you have to draw a lot. So there's many cases in the books have felt that drawing lots is actually a part of Sharia, you actually have to draw a lot to have a fair pick, if you like. And this also shows us that the prophets of the law while he was setting them would sometimes take his wife's sometimes, and this is the exception and not the rule in war. And he will only take them when the victory is pretty much confirmed such as what I see.

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As again, we said what I see it was like a gift, it's a given, there is no question that they will complete surprise attack, they're outnumber sorry, they are outnumbering the enemy. It's very clear, there's no problem going to happen. So it's the exception to take women but it has been narrated that sometimes, the prophet SAW some did take women in some expeditions. So he cast lots on one of his expedition. In this version, she doesn't mention what I see what we learned from other books, it is mauricia. So my name came up. So I was the one who accompanied him in what I see. So I traveled with the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them.

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And this was after the verses of hijab had been revealed. When were the verses of hijab were real, maybe we can find out when did more SEO take place? Sadly, it doesn't matter to us, because the verses of hijab were revealed at the end of the fourth year of the hijab. So either fifth or sixth doesn't matter. That doesn't help us. Okay, the verses of hijab were revealed the spider of the fourth year of the Hydra. Right. And I mentioned when I teach the class about the flip of clothing and the physical food, I mentioned that the verses of hijab were of the last commandments to be revealed after Salah after Zika after inheritance after fasting Ramadan afters, it got to the

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filter, right after marriage and divorce, which is in Bukhara. The verses of hijab were of the very last commandments to be revealed in terms of the personal dietary laws and whatnot, right? No doubt, hijab is important. But I point out that I think many of us have made the job even more important than the solder. It's like we immediately decide instantaneously, based on the hijab, no doubt a job is important, but put it in this place. It was revealed at the end of the fourth year, not at the beginning of the first year, like the sellout or something, okay, none that actually said I was privileged, excuse me, the car was the beginning of the first year and all that and nonetheless, so

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she said,

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so the verses of hijab had been revealed, and therefore I would travel in a whole dodge a whole Dodge, what is the whole dodge it's a mini tend to feel like we all are familiar with it. And it's basically something you put on the camel and it is an envelope, it's like a small tent that a person can sit inside

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canopy, something you put on the counter the canopy that person can sit in, and to this day, some cultures they use it, you know, a person is carried in it or something, we see it on television, the old days, people would carry a nobleman. You know, four people would carry this is the whole image and then you put it on the camera now. The hijab of the Prophet systems wives was excellent.

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Hey Java, the process of his wives was extra, and the wives of the Prophet system. They had

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to be covered not just in their personal body, but their space as well had to be covered. And this was only for the whys of the process and this is explicit in the Quran, explicit in the Quran. The Quran says, what it does ultimately in the matter and first aluna men wore a hijab. If you ask the wives of the Prophet system for anything, if you talk to them, speak to them from behind a hijab.

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And this is what I share is saying that this incident took place after the verses of hijab

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the term hijab in the Koran. I'm going into a tangent here, but it's something we should know it's very important. The term hijaab in the Quran does not mean headscarf.

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In our vernacular, it means that headscarf we say does she wear hijab, I started wearing the hijab mich the headscarf.

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This is modern Arabic which is fine, no problem, or onic Arabic. The hijab meant a physical curtain

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that separates the entire body, not just on your body, it's a curtain between you and the speaker. This is the Quranic usage of hijab

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and this usage of hijab according to the Quran, only the wives of the Prophet system have to wear or not wear, excuse me have to enforce that type of hijab.

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As for the headscarf the Quran References This with the term came up

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with the term Mr.

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Well, you're the homeowner Hinata jubin. Let them were there, Mr. homeowner plural of Mr. over their job, which is their bosoms there. scars should cover their chests as well. Because the women of jaha by the way, they would wear headscarves. By the way, the women of jaha would wear a headscarf. Every respectable, dignified lady would cover her hair just like an American 100 years ago, impossible for a dignified lady only the peasants and the rural people without money without education. They would be with an underpayment, Arabia, every single lady of respect and of middle class would wear a headscarf, but just like in America as well. The headscarf would be thrown back and the dresses get

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lower and lower. You get the point. Right. So Allah subhanho wa Taala said no, when you wear the headscarf cover the bosom, well, you're gonna be Homura Hinata jubin right. So anyway, the point here, he says the verses of hijab had been revealed.

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And By this we mean an extra layer above and beyond the female above and beyond the jilbab which is another Quranic term, right? Yeah, even the BU Yeah, called as logical fanatical is that when you started moving into you, Nina la hinda magetta BB hint. That's another verse. So the feminine Jeeva is mentioned for all women, the mothers of the believers, the wives of the Prophet system,

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the daughters of the process of them and all of the women, modern jilbab. And this is what our sisters were

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for the whys of the process, and there's only the hijab. Now a reason I say this, by the way, and it's very important, I know it's not directly related. These days you will hear some modernist or progressive say, the hijab was only for the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And this is a technically true statement that is intended for something false.

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This is a technically true statement Kadima to help can only be aborted. It's a true statement, but something evil is intended through it.

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It is true, the Quranic hijab is only for the wives of the Prophet system, but what is the Quranic hijab, it is this extra layer of curtain right? Whereas what these people try to say is that the hijab meaning how we understand it, which is the feminine shipbob is only for the eyes of the processor, and this is what law he foolishness that shows a complete ignorance of the Quran is so explicit. Yeah, you want to be as logical whereby an article What is the meaning? Tell your wives and your daughters and the believing women, Nina la hindlimb, Angela BBN, they should all cover themselves with a job. This is in the Quran.

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The word Jill Bob and the word came out as well. That old believing woman will yelled the ribbon at the homeowner hidden knowledge, all believing women, including the wives of the processor, and I sure will wear him up, and she will wear a job, but she would also have a job.

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Right. So in any case, getting back to the story now, so she's saying this was after the verses of hijab, so she's explaining why am I in a hotel? Why am I in a canopy, because she, unlike any other woman, she cannot write a camel anymore.

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The figure of our issue could not be seen in public figure even completely covered.

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She has to be always in that canopy. And in her house as well, nobody can speak to her except from behind the curtain, right. And that is why the only person the main narrator from our show was her nephew odo, because these are my home. So, I did not have to speak from behind the hijab, Ottawa could enter from you know and speak to her from behind the hijab, whereas all of the other people spoke from from on the other side of the hijab. So he she said that, after the expedition finished and we were on the way back, the prophet system gave orders to encamped the night outside of Medina. Now, this is the night where the munafo own have basically lost, right? You need to understand why

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this is happening now. Why are the hypocrites going to stoop to such a low level? This is that night now. The night one I believe nobody has been exposed the night when the Quran has been revealed. So total African has come down right? When there's so much anger that he has and now Allah azzawajal has exposed his plot. So now he's exacting revenge in a manner that is so unmanly and so unbecoming. It really shows the depths of the darkness of his heart. Right? We need to understand the context of why this is taking place at this point in time. After all that's happened a lot. This is how he's going to get revenge. The whole load of

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this is that night now the one night before Medina, the last step. So the issue says that when the orders were given to in camp,

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I stood up and walked away from the army to relieve myself so nobody saw her that basically, as we said, Everybody fell asleep. They were completely out. And she went far away distance she wanted to relieve herself. On the way back, I felt my chest. And lo and behold my own x necklace. onyx is a whitish translucent rock. Just a stone necklace had been broken. I panicked, and I went back to find it. And I spent a long time trying to find the necklace. She couldn't find it. Okay, now, the necklace has sentimental value. And this shows for simplicity. So Pamela she is not she is the most beloved wife of the most beloved prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam. And what is she wearing? Gold,

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diamonds, rubies. What are the wives of the pharaohs wearing? What are the wives of the kings wearing? What is the wife of a prophet system wearing? Basically, quartz stone

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stone that you just pick up and it's shiny. This is what she's wearing. That's for, and it's sentimental. This is the process of them's gifter. So she wants to keep it so she doesn't find it. She goes and she panics. She goes looking for it everywhere. Where did it go. And because of this, she was delayed.

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The people assigned to my judge. In the meantime, the orders were given to move. Now she's not telling us this part. But we know from the other story, everybody's dead tired. Everybody's crashed. Because of what's happened. They wake up the command to go you can imagine how tired they are. You can imagine them CD is one one day away. Now that's it. This is the last step. Right. So you know, they're just they didn't pay that much attention. And then Ayesha makes an excuse for them. And she said that

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I myself was a young girl, I had not put on much weight. I was very light. So when they picked up the hood edge, they didn't realize I was not in it. This panel, she's narrating this incident 50 years later, without mentioning any of their names, but she's still excusing them. It's not their fault. Cut them some slack. In case any of you felt anything. Don't worry it really it's, I was a young girl. I didn't weigh much, you know, I hadn't grown old. I didn't put on any weight. You know, it's like they didn't realize I was not there. So kind of look at her innocence here. We even sense it from the beginning, that she's making excuses for the people that did it that they didn't notice

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her in the whole image. So the men did not question the likeness. They put it on the camel, and they sent the camel forward. And when I returned to the camp, there was not a single person in sight. Call us the whole camp has gone which shows us that she really panicked about the necklace. She spent some time looking

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Everywhere. And we can imagine she's a young girl at this time, and she's sentimentally attached to this necklace and you know, she's panicking, where did I drop it? And lo and behold, the necklace was underneath the camel. It was right there.

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There wasn't anyone over there, it was over there. When I came back, it's over there. And everybody had abandoned there was not a soul in sight. And

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she said, I stayed in my place.

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By the way, the men in the ashes camp, and I should hold that would not speak to her obviously, out of out of respect, they will not converse with her. So it's, you know, there's no question of them, verifying Are you there, it's just, there's a huge amount of protocol of respect. This is the wife of the Prophet says, I don't know talking, you just let her be. So I stayed in my place. And I presume that, you know, as soon as they discovered I was missing, they would return for me. And while I was waiting in my place, sitting under a tree, I fell asleep. This is a brave young girl.

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completely alone in the desert, not a drop of food or water. She's like, fall asleep, they'll find me Don't worry.

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She has confidence, Eliza, which is going to take care of Don't worry. And she actually falls asleep. And I only woke up when I heard a man say La hawla wala quwata illa Billah. And lo and behold, it was so fun, even more of a tsunami. So far, they've been walked by a tsunami who was lagging behind the Army Now. So find a bit more alcohol. It was his mother, that he overslept the whole order to leave.

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She was so tired. He just completely was bombed out.

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Everybody left and he's still asleep. And he's way behind. So now he takes his camel and he starts slowly making his way back to Medina. And he sees this figure in the desert all alone. And lo and behold, it is our issue. And our issue says, and he had seen me before the verse of the hijab came down. So he recognized me.

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Now this is one of the evidences that scholars used that in those days niqab was more common,

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because she recognized her because he had seen her without the Nepal. But that's another issue of the harbor or not. And so he recognized me because he had seen me before the revelation of the hijab. So when I woke up and I saw him, she said, I covered my face with my Jin bap

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because she was asleep. So I covered my face with my jilbab it shows us here, the intelligence of Ayesha shows us the Sahaba when something happened, they would make us Gulf. Panama hamdulillah Hola. Hola. Villa, suddenly, when something happens to us and stuff for lo we use curse words, is very, very bad habit. And we really need to get rid of this. We need to substitute those words we need to make it a part of our fifth law, to say things from the sun of hamdulillah staford Allah, the whole opposite of Allah Subhana Allah, instead of cursing instead of even if it's not a vulgar curse, saying things like stupid or foolish like Why? Why?

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use phrases that are more Islamic. If you don't like something Subhana Allah hold it up with Allah, Allahu Akbar, something great happens and hamdulillah This is the way of the pseudonym. And when you put it a part of your habit, this is what's going to happen. Then when something happens instantaneously, a word of praise comes out. And this should be ingrained in us. And it's also a positive thing for Tao as well. That when something happens, you say something like this guy's aghast What did you mean by this? What happens? And it's a very positive sign. Oh, I thanked God hamdulillah insha Allah This is a part of our culture and vernacular. So so far they've been walked

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in or softened a bit. What is the proper way so far? They've been walked by and he was from the tribe of a tsunami. So far they've been walked but he said the holder who said Avila and he says, I swear by Allah, he did not speak one word to me.

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All he did was he lowered the camel walked away so that I could ride on it so that she doesn't even see her getting on the camel turned his back so that let him go let her get on the camel right. And then he guided the camel with his hands all the way back to Medina. He walked and she was on the camel. So Pinilla This is a gentleman and this is any of us would do this inshallah with our, the mother of the believers Arusha or the Allahu taala. I'm happy he guided the carrot the Campbell until it reached basically the group before entered Medina. Okay, so they caught up with the group. They caught up with the group. And of course, who was at the back

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The group of the Labour Party had been selected as the standard place of the hypocrites, right at the end of the army. Right. And so our issue says, That was when the rumors began to spread by Abdullah even obey, even salute And so finally been mocked by the way, he was a very noble companion. And in fact, he was he had never been married up to this point in time. He only got married after this. He was a single man, he was a very noble man, and he died actually a Shaheed in the time of Ramadan. Fighting in Armenia, his grave was in Armenia. He died in the battle that conquered Armenia, and he died a Shaheed in the reign of Mr. Ivanova top. And then he says, When I

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guess we should stop here, because this is when the story takes the real things began. He says that when I came to Medina, I fell sick with a fever for one whole month. And so I was oblivious to the rumors as it was spreading around. For one month, I was sick with a fever. And I did not hear anything. In this one month, what happened, the rumors began to grow bigger and bigger and bigger. And as they're growing bigger and bigger, Ayesha is completely oblivious, because she has a severe burning fever. And she's not in the circle of friends usually is in and she's cut off from all of the gossip. And so this contributed as well that she's basically cut off. Nobody's seeing her. And

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on top of this, the, for one month, the rumors spread one very, very beautiful things panel about the books of the Sierra.

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And it really shows us their own Adam, the author's. They never mentioned the actual rumor.

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It's just understood. And it shows how it's so disgusting. He don't even want to hint at it. It's just called the slander palace. That's it. No book of Sera, no book, ever verbalizes, the slander.

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And it's such an it really shows us the etiquettes of our early scholars. And you compare this to the attitude of modern society, where every graphic detail and every minute, and every sordid issue wants to be spread on the front page news. Disgusting. Well, life is disgusting. Our religion says, even if something happens, just don't talk about it, cover it up. This is what we learned from this story as well. Right? That even if something happens, and you hear about it, don't spread it to others. Because, and this will lie we see around us, the more you spread fashion, forget even fashion. The more you spread violence, the more you're going to desensitize people to violence.

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The more you spread vulgarity, the more vulgar people become.

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The more you talk about murders, and, and and mass killers and whatnot, what's gonna happen? Murder becomes common, no big deal. mass killings are like very common now. Right? It's just so sad. Whereas by and large, I mean, we don't hear really of people in quote, unquote, third world countries, walking into kindergarten school and killing 30 4050 people. This is not something that is common in most parts of the world. But what happens when you raise an entire generation desensitized to all types of evil? What's going to happen? They will accept this evil and they're going to continue to raise the bar. We're going to continue to raise the bar. And this is what we

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see even in the other of our own scholars, you don't even mention, just reference it indirectly, the slander of Arusha. Right and with this inshallah we'll pause here because the real story will begin inshallah next Wednesday, and we have we shall have five minutes of questions, but before that, I was told to make an announcement about the PVS fundraiser who has the details?

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So, I think it starts at

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six o'clock, five o'clock in Teddy, this program will start. So a lot of good things that are happening actually, as we speak tonight, the BBs is one

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science fair awards in the West regional, they play they took place number one in middle school, and we think we're going to play take play and take second place in high school. So think about those the West Tennessee regions. So we're going to go to states and we did the history first reasonably like that. So we are

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by a law

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by competing with schools that charged 16,000, hungry, Judge 4000 and we are winning and our children's are winning. So we need, this is the grace of Allah and the support of the community. So we really need your support. And the children and the people who do everyday, that day in and day out support, they need your support, they need your presence they need to do so suffering a lot.

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From my own site, as well, really low, we're very blessed and fortunate to have an Islamic school in Memphis. And we can do we really need to do whatever we can to help them out. Even if your kids don't go there. This is a community school, we're very proud that Al Hamdulillah Memphis has a purpose built school. I'm always supportive of them, all of my kids, you know, are there My wife is teacher there. I mean, as much as I can support them, you know, we're supporting them. And we're lucky, we're very happy. So whatever you guys can do just to participate just to give whatever you can, and have the delights, you know, a great blessing for Memphis to have PVS school hamdulillah we

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have a few minutes for questions or any other answers, by the way before I forget northern answers. Okay, few minutes for questions. inshallah. Tada, Mila, yes.

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Or maybe it's a common

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belief that the array or the reason

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was not wrong. But the example that you went through today,

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so admitted that

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he was was superior? And was he was right.

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Shows otherwise, is this, like belief about the Muslim? Were

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the prisoners executing them? Or is this just like a wrong?

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So the question is about the aromas. Right user positions, sometimes it appears that he was right. But then today, it appears he's wrong, actually, or would have been hooked up himself says that. I agree with my lord in three matters. In other words, three of my positions, Allah confirmed them. And then he mentioned three cases that happened that whatever position he had Allah subhanaw taala, then affirm them. Right now only two come to mind perhaps would have given you can remind you One of them was the issue of the prisoners of war. And the other one was the issue of the hijab. He was the one who said that, Yasuda law, you should enforce hijab on your wives because they want to hone in

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and others will speak about of them. And that's didn't happen with them enough. But he was the one who suggested this. And there was a third one. I don't remember it now.

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No, that's not the

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Are you sure that's the one maybe that's the Talat I didn't, I don't want to say for sure, I forgotten what it was. But so he said, My Lord agreed me in three things, and out of other he said, Sorry, he said, I agree with my Lord and three things. And he said this out of Adam, because technically he said this, then Allah revealed, but he said, I agreed with, you know, Allah, not my lord agreed with me, because that's obviously not very polite to say. But this doesn't mean that every single position of his was right. And we have multiple times where

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Bob had a position. But later on, it was proven to be wrong, and this is one of them. And the clearest example of this we're going to come to later on is the Treaty of de beer.

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when he became califa, Bob said that, oh, people suspect your own opinions before you suspect the Quran. To him would Dina

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suspect your own IRA before you suspect the Quran? Because I remember that on a particular day meeting her they be, I almost became a caffeine he said this over himself

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by rejecting what the prophet system had wanted us to do. And because Omar he himself admitted he lost it on the day of who they be when the process of them said holla shave your hair let's go back. We're not gonna go to Makkah will allow them to stop us from entering Mecca. Omar could not handle this. You're going to listen to these people. And they're going to stop us from entering the cabin and we have every right to enter and Lupo off. And we're just going to shave our hairs and go back like this. And he came in he said, Are you not well suited so?

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He said yes, I am. Are you not upon the truth? Yes I am. Then how can we accept humiliation in our religion?

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There was this sense of jealousy, this selflessness this ya know, it's still common in our

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See the type of how is this possible, and it was a boubakeur, the process of them did not respond to the matter was Abu Bakar, who held on to him and said calm down. Oh man, literally like the Arabic is like, calm down. Oh man. Are you going to reject Islam? Because of this? What is your basically, I will bucha, who's the gentle the meat guy, only Abu Bakar had the audacity and the courage to hold on to his beard and shake him like this. Right? So later on in his life almost said, I saw myself almost become a Kaffir on that day, meaning, what does he mean by this? He's being obviously modest. He's exaggerating a little bit to become a carpet. But he's saying, by rejecting the Prophet Systems

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Command, not by rejecting is a decider, right? by rejecting his commandment, I found myself I couldn't admit that I'm just gonna go back to Medina without performing ombre and listening to these people when they stop us from going. And then he said,

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What did he say after this, that?

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So he said, will fall to the island that I made up for that day, by doing many good deeds, and have been hedger comments when he went on, he has this haven't had your comments. He fried many dozens of slaves, and He fasted many hundreds of years for the rest of his life. And he felt so guilty for that one day. Right, that the rest of his life was like an atonement for that one day. Right that he has to make up for all that he's done. So the point being, it is true that many of the positions are more correct. But it is also true that some of them were incorrect. And this is human nature. This is human nature that in the process of is alive, He is the ultimate authority. After he goes away,

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then no doubt aboubaker and Omar are the greatest authorities but they are not infallible. Turned out to shallow. Yes.

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The issue of alien the killers of Earth man is really a very complicated one. And

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no doubt it is Muslim.

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But why and what is the you know, the detailed reasons and the lie It's, you know, very difficult to say for certain, but most likely, it was simply the quantity of killers. And the backlash that would have happened from the riffraff of that quantity that he would have had to kill. It would have led to a bigger Civil War. And Allah knows best. I mean, this is what he felt that at this point in time, let's just consolidate, consolidate the oma and move on there was a time of fitna and chaos and generally we like to avoid this is our Sunday methodology. It is actually a part of our theology to kind of gloss over that period and era and the London's best final question yes.

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On this trip, as far as not only I actually was on this trip, but on other trips, we have stories of maimunah going otherwise going, but undistribute was only Ayesha, the wife of the Prophet Sharla. With this we will break for sada and inshallah resumed this topic next Wednesday and of course next Tuesday.

This lecture by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi sees explanations being given about various topics that shall be cited below.

We start with the testimony of Zaid ibn Arqam and how it was rejected and Surah Munafiqun was revealed and the story behind this revelation.

A thorough explanation is also given about Abdullah ibn Ubayy, the head of Al Muraisi and his son Abdullah ibn Abdullah ibn Ubayy. The son’s conversion to Islam is also a story that has profound importance and is crucial.

The topic of the shameful slander of Aisha RA is next up for discussion and is explicitly cited in a hadith from Al Bukhari that is elaborately long and is referenced in first person by Aisha RA herself. It involves a lost necklace, a sahaba by the name of Safwan bin Muattal RA and the rumour inflicter – Abdullah ibn Ubayy ibn Salul.what transpired in that event? Why did this slander go beyond control? Do listen intently to fully comprehend the actuality of the incident and put all false stories to rest.

A discussion is also done on the concept of Hijab – what it actually means and what is Allah’s ruling regarding it in the Qur’an.


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