Seerah – 64 The Treaty Of Hudaybiyya Part 2

Yasir Qadhi


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Episode Notes

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi takes off from where he had left the previous lecture which discusses the strategies undertaken by the Muslims and the Quraysh during Hudaybiyyah.

To counter the Muslims who were camped at Hudaybiyyah,the Quraysh launched a surprise attack from Tan’im at around Fajr. The plan failed miserably as the Muslims were more than prepared to tackle them and so the Quraysh had to surrender.

The next stage was the negotiations and how the constant exchange of emissaries took place to bring forth a mutual consensus. One of the leaders of Khuza’a volunteered to be an emissary and he was not Madani or Qurayshi – Budail. The first person to be sent for negotiation from the Quraysh was Uruwa ibn Masud who belonged to the tribe of Taqif. What transpired between these two parties makes up a chunk of the important lecture and should not be missed.

The Quraysh also send Al Hulays ibn Alkama from the tribe of Kinana to which the Prophet ﷺ sent a Qurayshi. Who was this? It was Umar ibn Al Khattab RA. Why was this choice made? Simply because of his strength and bravery. But in a surprise turn of events and citing valid reasons, Umar RA suggests to the Prophet ﷺ that Uthman Ibn Affan RA is the better choice of candidate. How so? Get your queries answered as we listen further into the lecture.

The suggestion is taken into account and is accepted by the Prophet ﷺ and so he send Uthman ibn Affan RA for a negotiation. What happens next?

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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad Ali, he was mine and my back. So we continue today with the Treaty of Arabia part two. And in the last Haddock on the last Sierra, we had discussed the beginnings of the trigger, or the incident of her baby. We talked about why it's called her baby. What why some of the Sahaba called it as well, how the Prophet system entered into the area, he bypassed the troops of hardened elite, and that the prophets of Salaam, Allah azza wa jal caused the Prophet systems camel to camp add that plane, that is called the plane of who they be now. So we stopped basically, when the process of them camped, he

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realized a low wanted him to stop here. So they set up their camp now.

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During the course of the next few days, many things happen. And the problem, which is one of the standard problems of the whole series, is that we have tidbits of various specific incidents. And the problem comes How do you piece it together? How do you get we have ABCD? How do we know it's ABCD, or ACB, or a D, A v, you see what I'm saying? We have lots of small narrations. And this is the standard problem of the entire theater. And this is demonstrated usually, in these types of incidents like wood, for example, is one of the most complex, we have at least 100 narrations about specific things that happen and how can we piece it all together? Same thing goes with a B, we have

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one. So having two giving us one incident, another Sahabi giving another incident. So to piece it chronologically is the big question. You guys, when you read the books written by modern scholars, you think this is all a beautiful narrative. When you go back to the classical sources, that's where the unraveling occurs, right. And the one of the jobs of modern scholars is to piece it together in digestible formats. And so at a basic level, we just follow any modern scholar, but when you want to go advanced, this is the big issue that comes so I will present to you a narrative or a version that Allah knows best. There's no way to know which is the exact correct chronology. But I'm just warning

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you, if you read some of the books, you will find bits and pieces here and there. And that is because the chronology is something we have to piece together. So one of the things that happened and I'll begin with this, even though we don't know exactly when it happened, was that the chorus tried to surprise attack the Muslims in

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the orange tried to surprise attack the Muslims who are camped in her debut. When did this happen the first day, the second, the third day, nothing is mentioned. We have no idea. It might have happened right at the very end, it might have happened right at the very beginning. But we just mentioned this separately, because this is a one incident, then the rest of the today will be all about emissaries back and forth. So we're going to be a continuous narrative of the emissaries, the process of sending one deploy sending another the process of sending another chorus sending another so we'll begin that after this one incident. So we said the koresh launched a surprise attack. And

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this headache is recorded in Sahih Muslim that we learned that 80 people of the Polish they launched a surprise attack from the valley or sorry, from the mountain area of terrain. The name is where we call Masjid operation our times. And so the 10 aim is neighboring are they be and so they launched a surprise attack from 10am. And they were at armed men and they launched or they surprise attack the Muslims in the early mornings, right before or around salata. fudger, hoping to catch them by surprise, however, the Muslims were well prepared. And the Muslims, they had scouts and envoys so they saw them coming. And so instead of surprised attacking the Muslims, the Muslims actually

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surrounded them, and forced them to surrender without causing any bloodshed, which is an amazing miracle without killing one of them. They forced them all to surrender, they dragged them or they brought them to the Prophet sallallahu idea he was sent them. And the Prophet says Adam, forgive all of them and commanded them to return back to Makkah. And this is an amazing

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twist, if you like an amazing story here before the beginnings of the negotiation that clearly demonstrate what is the demonstrate

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piece Exactly. It demonstrates that the Profit System has no interest in bloodshed that he has the full right in every legal system you can imagine. He has been surprised attacked, right? Every single legal system in the world will say you have the right to defend to kill anybody who's attacking you. And if the whole 80 people had been decimated, every legal system in the world would have said he is fully justified, right? Yet what happens not a single drop of blood is shed and they are returned safely to MacArthur

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commanded to go back where they came from. And Allah mentions this in the Quran as a blessing that He has given. So little Fattah, verse 24. And by the way, all of surah tell Fattah is a reference to her they be all of a lot of average or in Muslims who haven't studied lay Muslims. They assume sudut alfetta has to do with the conquest of Makkah, because fatter is fatter and fatter usually means the conquest, but this is a big mistake. fetta means any conquest. And no doubt when you say the Fatah You mean the conquest of Makkah, no doubt, but surely it will further has nothing to do with the conquest of Mecca. Surah Al Fatah in its entirety was revealed right after her they be on the

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process of returning back to Medina, as we'll talk about when we get there, right. So in Ephrata, Hannah confessed her movie now, this is for the Abia, not not Makkah, not the conquest of Makkah, and inserted Fatah verse 24. Well, who is ready, cafe de humann como idea C'mon whom the Balkan a Makita member, the un alfetta como la him. And he is the one who stopped their hands from reaching you and your hands from reaching them in the valleys of Mecca, even after you had victory over them. Notice here he is the one who stopped their hands from reaching you. They could have had a huge impact 80 people fully armed surprise attack on the sleeping camp. And then they were just planning

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to attack and run back away. So hundreds would have died out of the 1400 easily 200 300 decimated and then the ad flee back. Allah says who already have an idea who man come, he protected their hands from you. And then Allah says something amazing. And he also protected your hands from them. Because you might have wanted to kill them. But if you had killed them, the whole peace process, the whole negotiations would have come to a standstill. Obviously, if the processor might killed even one of them, he would have been justified. But could there have been after they'd be there? And they be as we will see was the biggest victory that Allah gave to the Muslims. After the conquest of

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Makkah, basically the biggest victory is the conquest of Makkah. And then are they be what happened after her debut is clearly a victory. If one drop of blood has been shed, there would not have been in your debut. So Allah is saying, This is my blessing. I stopped their hands I stopped your hands, even after you captured them members of Pharaoh commanding him, even after you had captured them. So this shows us that the prophets of Salaam his intentions were not for war, his intentions were completely for peace. Now, for the rest of today's Siraj, we'll talk about the emissaries, the negotiation back and forth. And again, so many scholars have attempted to reconstruct who went first

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to one second, because really, in the end of the day, we don't know. And what I'm going to present is but one alternative one theory, and we're lucky if somebody presents another. It has, you know, this is something that this is my HDR the law knows best. And there are other scholars, if they look to the CETA, they'll find other sources as well. So the first person who appears to have become an emissary is neither Cora Shia nor Muslim. Neither Mackey, nor Mahavira answer. And he is a third party, a third party from the tribe of Hosea. And Hosea was one of the major tribes around Makkah. And Hosea was generally sympathetic to Islam generally sympathetic to the process of them. But at

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this point in time, they hadn't embraced Islam. And one of the leaders of Hosea by the name of Buddha in urban water called Buddha, even a lot of Buddha, if not the waterfall, one of the leaders of Hosea, he, it appears to be and again, the stories are very sketchy. The details are very sketchy. It appears to be he volunteered to be an emissary, a third party, a neutral party, nobody is going to doubt him. He's neither on this side, nor on that side. But he is physically geographically in the vicinity. He lives in that area. And also he does not want bloodshed, and he is a noble Arab, he does not want any Civil War. And so he and today the real world eventually

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accepts Islam. So we know that deep down inside his sympathies are for the Prophet system. Eventually he accepts Islam right now. He's not a Muslim. So Buddha goes through the process of as the leader of Hosea he is the leader, the the tribal leader of Gaza, and he offers him help. And he says, yada, yada to lay on Mohammed because you're not Muslim yet. Yeah, Mohammed, I have just come from the other side of who they be. And I have left the sons of gab, even Louie, and I'm even Louie on the other side arm to the teeth. Now, who is galvanometer? These are the great, great, great ancestors of the Irish. This is how they're talking about the other tribe, that the sons of that

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great legendary warrior, their sons are camped over there meaning the horatia of Makkah, right. I have left gab

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Am I on the other side of the water of Arabia, and they have a group of our men, and they're, and they're waiting to fight you and prevent you from entering the harem, meaning Yes, Maryam, Mohammed, calm down, don't have anything hasty don't cause any bloodshed. There's an army on the other side, right. So the Prophet system responded, we have not come to fight. Rather we have come to show honor to the house of Allah meaning to perform tomorrow. And and then he says the same phrase that he says, He said this, I mentioned this last week, that he said this to the Muslims, he now says it to Buddha, he will say it to suhaila binominal, He will say to every single emissary, the same

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paragraph, that indeed, war has damaged the kurush. And they have been hurt by it. And if they if they wish, then we can negotiate and be peaceful. And if they wish, then I will show them what we are made of, and my neck will be chopped off from or my, my neck will be chopped off in my head will be chopped off from my neck, until Allah decides the matter. Meaning it's up to them, they want peace, they want war, I prefer peace. But if they want war, I'm willing to give them war. And then he said, and if they want, I can give them some time so that they can think about this, and leave the city for us. Meaning if they're awkward, they're seeing us here, I can give them the option of

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abandoning Makkah give them some time, then they can leave, we can go in perform the ombre and then leave. Now this suggestion, the Quraysh eventually took it but they had the condition what was the condition?

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Next year, right? Not this year, next year. So the Profit System had this idea, which eventually the Qureshi agreed to, but look, if it's awkward, I understand, let them anytime they want, give them a few days, we're waiting here, tell them to leave Makkah, and I will enter and we will do their own mode, then we will leave and they can come back to Makkah. But if they stop or if they refuse, then by swear by the one in whose hands is my soul, I will fight them upon this matter until my and there is an expression in Arabic until my neck is cut off, and allows decree be done. There's an expression in Arabic that I will do this until I die until my neck is cut off until a laws decree

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will be done. So with that said, I will go and inform them of your request or your position, because as of yet the chorus have not officially been told why the profitsystem has come to Makkah. So bodell goes to the Polish, and he says I have spoken to this man. And I have heard him say something, if you wish I can repeat it for you. Because Buddha aid has not been chosen by the courage to be an emissary. bodell is volunteering. So he says look, I just visited this man, Mohammed. So I tell them if you want to hear what he has to say, allow me permission

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in his house says the foolish amongst them said the foolish amongst them said we have no reason to listen to you. You have nothing new to tell us. Why should we listen to you? We know exactly why he's here. Right? The sufa amongst them said this, that you're not going to give us any information we don't already know. But if in his heart says the ones of intelligence said let him speak let him say what he has to say. And so he informed them of the profit systems intentions have come when peace not in war. And war has been a lose lose for the both of us we've been fighting for too long. War has tired you out, it's tired us out. Let's just be in peace. Let me go visit the Kaaba. And if

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you want to leave, you can leave. And I will then come whenever you guys are ready, and then I'll go back to Medina. But if you refuse, then I will fight you until the death and Allah xojo decree will be done. So he informed them of what the prophet SAW Selim said. Now notice over here, that it is always the ignorant, the closed minded they don't even want to hear what the other party has to say. Right? It's nothing new. In our times we have the descendants of those ignorance. They're called islamophobes. Right? They literally want to shut their ears doesn't matter what you have to say. They've already made up their minds about Islam and the Muslims. It doesn't matter how reasonable

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how No, literally the sofa at home, the foolish amongst them, they want war, or they want bloodshed or they want violence. And it is the people of intelligence that are open minded that people have intelligence that are wise, that control their emotions and listen to the other side. And also really this shows us the evils of arrogance that the foolish amongst them don't even care. What is the reason of the process of them. We we are not going to even listen. And arrogance is so foolish. It blinds even your intellect. And we see this in the case of a police the number one person who is arrogant in the history of humanity, that his arrogance was so blinded, he refused to listen to

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Allah subhana wa Tada. his arrogance got the better of everything. So this shows us that eventually

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Buddha was allowed to speak and so would they summarize for the for them the message or the process of them. And then he gave his own advice. He said, aurash you are being hasty with this man. Your anger is getting the better of you. He has not come to fight, he has come to visit this house honoring its sanctity. So, Buddha who is a neutral person from Hosea and eventually he embraces Islam right now, he's not a Muslim, he already the seeds of doubt are being sown amongst the other camp. And Buddha is the first person and there will be many more who come and side with the prophecies of him that you guys were being hasty here.

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The orange responded by Allah We will never allow him to enter Makkah. And the Arabs will say that he had the better hand over us. And this the Quran stuck with to the very end. They won this thought came in holla This is the first time is being verbalized now for the rest of the at least a week must have gone by. That's it. They've made up their minds, we will never allow him to come into Makkah. Why What's the reason so that the Arabs don't say that he managed to have the upper hand it's all a matter of pride and is solid a matter of honor that our my honor will be wounded, my pride will be harmed if the Arabs hear that the prophets has entered Mecca, and we weren't able to

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stop him. And in the end, they got this they got this condition, because they insisted and the condition of the processor, obviously, that was also gotten so the two of them compromised, as we will all know, to come next year, but I'm jumping the gun over here. So the matter of bodell ended, that bodell tried and the courage really did not budge on this issue. And there's no there's no negotiations done. And therefore what began after this is another series of back and forth. But this time, the emissaries will come directly from either the Muslim side or the Karachi side Buddha is from neither is a neutral person. It appears his was the first time somebody attempted to bridge

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this gap. Now what's going to happen is a series of back and forth and it appears that the first person to volunteer to go

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from the orange side was roadway with Ms rude roadway urban Miss road and roadway venomous road was from the tribe of Sutcliffe. He was a sucker for roadway venomous route a selfie and se is based in which city but if Salif is based in the city of La if and the city of Haifa, as you know is the sister city of maca, maca and tarrif are at there's a little bit of attention. But there's also some camaraderie. And there's an there's jealousy, meaning they're competing, but there's also some camaraderie there is a bit of attention between the two. And so what we do, Massoud is one of the leaders of the city of Clive from the tribe of cliff and he is also now in Makkah, figuring out what

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to do because this is a matter of communal pride. So Ron was stands up and he says, am I not a father to you? Am I not a son to you? This is the way the arrows speak meaning Am I not really a part of your tribe? Just because our from belief? Don't you know my loyalties lie with you koresh. Right. And it is also said that his mother was from the holidays. So he's literally saying that I am also have your blood. And so the reason he's beginning this way, he needs the approval of the chorus to be an official emissary. So he begins by saying, am I not a father? Am I not a son to you? Do you accuse me of being unjust? And they keep on saying no, we know who you are. And then he mentioned

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many things that he's done in the past, did I not in such an occasion, help you here did not cause some bloodshed to be averted? did not cause reconciliation. So he mentioned his blessings, his resume, right? he's presenting his resume to the horizon. So to make them realize, look, I am somebody who's going to look after your interests, even if I'm not a kurachi I'm fat puffy, but perhaps I can reason with this man. And so to all of the above, they praised him they said yes, you are Yes, you are. Until finally he said okay, so Buddha has come to us with some news, some plan some idea, let me go back to him meaning the profits or sell them and see what I can negotiate.

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Okay, so lower then, or whatever the most rude then he becomes the first real emissary that the corporation sends, even though he's not pushy, his coffee. He becomes the first emissary that once the news comes that the process of them wants peace and not war. So everyone says, Okay, look, let me go and negotiate. Let's see what we can do. And so World War goes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet system tells him the exact same thing that he says today. We have come in peace and the same paragraph, right? That hasn't the hasn't war become tiresome for the polish. Haven't we both suffered from the war? Why don't the courage let us be we are just like the

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people who want to go and do Luminato off and then go right and if they wish, I can give them the same condition.

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So the processor already has a plan. And it's a very reasonable plan. He's appealing to the emotions of the kurush. Why the bloodshed Enough is enough. Now, I'm just coming for peace. You can see there's no war going on here. Let me go like all of the other people. And if you feel awkward, then we give you a time you leave the city will come, and then we'll leave. And that's it. End of story. So the same plan is given to Ottawa, Ottawa then comes back to the Profit System, and says, What is really the matter with you? What is all of this, that you're causing tension between your people and you? You say you call to Allah? But then you come with a group of people, we don't know who they

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are? Meaning the answer, who are these people, these are not a thief or koresh, you come with a whole group, we don't know who they are. And you break the ties of kinship, we are one group, we are correlation 34 next to each other. Now you bring in the Osen, the hustler Jin, there were other Muslims as well, by this time from the smaller tribes, right? We don't know who these people are, you come and you break the ties of kinship, and you break the sanctity of the harem, and you intend to spill blood. And the problem is, as if he didn't hear anything, the process of him said, he already has something in his mind. So the Prophet says Adam, refutes all of these points. And he

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says, I have only come to fulfill the ties of kinship, not to break them. And I have come to change the religion of my people to a better religion, I want them to be better, and I have come to make their lives a better life. Now, it's very interesting over here, look at what he's smearing the Prophet system with breaking the ties of kinship, coming forth with a weird theology, new theology, and bringing a group of strangers who are these people, and why are you coming to them, and also breaking the sanctity because you have come to us, meaning as if you're coming for war. And what we find in all of these smears is that there is a kernel of truth that has been layered with layers of

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After all, from their perspective, they could say he's breaking the ties of kinship, because from their paradigm, what's going on, the Prophet says, is bringing something new, right? So they say you're breaking the ties of kinship. From their perspective, his religion is the strange religion. From their perspective, he's coming to Morocco with 1400 people. And why am I saying this? Because every single smear against Islam against the process and against us as Muslims, deep down inside somewhere, there is perverted truth, there is a mixture of truth and a lot of falsehood, and had it not been for that kernel of truth, nobody would ever believe it. It is the son of Allah subhana wa

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Taala that mankind that have in bad intention, they will take this kernel of truth and coat it with a quote of untruth and lies. And it's because of that kernel of truth, that even the worst allegation, there is some perversion to it, that causes the people to believe in that allegation. So, for example, what was our process and MacUser? What were some of the things he was accused of? Tell me? Number one, what?

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magician is a magician, okay. What is the sign of a magician? He comes forth with some type of magic, some type of something strange, did not process and have some miracles. Right? So there is a kernel of truth, and they have distorted it to the point of being a major lie. What else did they accuse him of?

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poet, poet, and what is poetry? Beautiful speech? And what is the Koran? I send an Hadith, an upset Akita. So there is a kernel of truth, and then it is put with so much lies on it. Right. And the reason I say this is that we as Muslims need to have the, the the perception or the wisdom to see through to what is this Colonel so that we can then clarify, we are accused these days of being a violent religion, and we'll live from their perspective, from their perspective, put yourself in the shoes of a fox news viewer. Right? From their perspective, all they see is violence coming from our lens. There's a kernel of truth. And then there's all of these lies and misconceptions and paradigm

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shifts, right? We need to understand this before we open our mouths to defend our religion. Here we have odawa coming forth with the same type of column like this. So the province has some response back, I am the one fulfilling the ties, these are the ones breaking it. I'm the one coming with a better religion, not a worse religion. I'm the one I want to good for my people, and I want them to have a better life. Not a worst worse life. And as I said, this is the same reality to this day. All of the allegations against Islam, whatever they might be, you know, Islam suppresses women. SubhanAllah. Look at the culture around us and what you know passes for me

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Entertainment and what goes on in modern times? What is the filth that we see? Who is the one exploiting women? Who is the one exploiting women, we protect and honor the women, but just because we protect and honor them, that protection becomes exploitation. Right? So again, there is a kernel of truth from their perspective, we need to understand their perspective before we can defend our religion. So rather than responded back and he said,

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All Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, if you were to remove the matter of your people, forget who these people are, forget you and your animosity. Have you ever heard of any Arab? who destroyed his own tribe before you?

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Meaning forget the personal animosity, you and the chorus are at such odds, you might actually cause their destruction.

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And he said, if it is the other, meaning, if they are going to fight you, because either you're gonna fight them and win, or they will fight you and win, right? So he is saying he's trying to reason with him from the jahi perspective. Have you ever heard of an Arab who fought his own tribe and then got rid of them? You will eliminate your whole tribe of origin if you win? Is that what you want? And if it is the other, meaning if they fight against you, and they are going to be the ones winning, then he said, by a law, I don't see around me men that I recognize. These are not people that I recognize. Rather, they seem to be a medley, a mixture of hodgepodge of different bandits,

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who will run away from you and leave you at the earliest chance possible.

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What's he saying?

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What's he saying?

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Not just what he is more noble hypocrites. Do you think? Or what understands who's an African who is a Muslim?

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nothing do with the hypocrites.

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Why would they not be loyal?

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different tribes? Not just less No, not just less of Arabs, different tribes? Why? What's the big deal of the different tribes?

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From Ottawa's perspective, put yourself in his shoes? From an overall perspective? Why are these Medley mixture of different Arabs behind you? Because the way he has viewed the world? Are he on one side, he wasn't on one side, Canada on one side 34 on one side, this is the gang mentality, I don't care if my tribe is right or wrong. I am with my tribe. Right? This is his perspective. And I will defend my tribe, no matter what the cost no matter who does what, I will fight with my tribe. So now for the first time in his life, he is seeing a group of people, nothing unites them from his perspective. from his perspective, nothing unites them. He doesn't understand the unity of Islam.

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It's complete blind, obviously, it doesn't have human, he is going to embrace many years later, not now. Right now he has zero, nothing. And he doesn't even understand. He's looking around. And he says, I see around me, a group of madly a mixture of people. If they are attacked by the kurush. Every one of them will flee you instantaneously. Why? Because they're not loyal to you. Why will the Coast Guard your back? Why would the hustlers be on your right hand side? Why will this and that ever be behind you? And remember that Maha Joon, the actual quality of the of the Sahaba were very few in number less than 100. So the bulk of the 1400 were not hold arshi right. So he says, I don't

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recognize any of these men, they're not even men. Now, when the odawa said this,

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he heard a vile curse. He heard of vile curse, and the curse is so vile, I cannot even translate it in the masjid. And even if we're not the masjid that would not translate this amongst the audience. But it is a curse that is extremely vulgar, and very crude. And it is coming from the last Sahabi that you would ever expect to hear a curse word from and that is Abu Bakar acidic.

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One odawa said, I don't see any men around you. Who are these people? The minute that battle is seen, they will all flee and abandon you.

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He heard a lot a loud shout.

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And he heard a voice say in Arabic since most of you don't understand Arabic own source both are a lot for the Arabs here.

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It's in all the books of the Sierra homesource booth are a lot, right. It's a very vulgar phrase very

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calligraphies and he says Who is that?

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And Abu Bakar says even

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not even Abu Bakar This is the son of a boca offer. Right? And so Ottawa says, that will law he had it not been for a favor that you did to me and I haven't paid you back, I would have responded with a similar remark.

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So there's a pause here.

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I mean, the the vulgar thing has to do with the private organ of a female, and a lot is the God that the Arabs worship, and also means to go suck on. And that's the private organ and then a lot. And so abubaker utters a very vile curse to a lot, which is very derogatory, and very demeaning.

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And why does he mentioned a lot because a lot was the God of Akif,

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which is World War is from a lot was infective. And Saif was known for protecting a lot. And a lot was the most famous idol of the vicinity for a to malata will Riza aminata talita. Laura, this is sort of the Ninja. Right? So what is the Guardian, the N is the chieftain is the guardian of a lot. And so a worker says you and then he says, Go and suck on that. And then he says, Do you really think we will abandon him? Do you think we will abandon him? That's what you think. So now what we find here is something amazing, we find Abubakar, his anger goes from zero to 100, in 0.1, second,

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zero to 100 0.1. Second, instantaneously. Why? Because this man has accused the Muslims of abandoning the profits, etc.

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And he becomes so angry, that the most gentle the most kind, the most shy, the most the most the most, he loses his anger. He loses his temper, if you like. And he curses a vile curse, using words that are definitely impolite towards very crude words. And this shows us, the leader of Abu Bakar,

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the man of Abu Bakar, that he wasn't angry, because he was insulted. He was angry that the Prophet system is being insulted that his people around him will abandon and he felt such anger that he uttered a phrase that otherwise in other than this situation, would be something that is inappropriate. But this shows us that there are some very rare exceptions, that sometimes being vulgar does get the point across. This is the exception and not the rule, that sometimes in such a context, and the process of them did not rebuke abubaker. It did not, it shows that look, it's understood his anger got the better of him, and he uttered a phrase that otherwise would not be

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appropriate. And this shows us that again, once in a blue moon, like in the incidence of Arabia type of stuff, that sometimes being vulgar, is something that there is a benefit to, but the general rule is obviously we completely avoid such talk. But sometimes there is nothing that gets the message across like a workers insult to a lot, right? Because this is an insult to a lot. And generally speaking, the Quran says, Don't insult their idols. Okay? And it's a very derogatory thing. And it's a very vulgar thing, because showing them who you think you are with your false god, that you even consider a female. And you view females in this manner, right, that females are not the same as

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males and should be killed and whatnot. That's how the Jedi Arabs work. Right? So who do you think you are to come and preach to us that we're going to abandon our Prophet? And

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why did earlier was say, if you didn't have a favor over here, I would respond. So we learned from the previous books that roadwatch had a debt that he didn't, wasn't able to pay off. So Abu Bakar gave him the money to pay that debt off. A worker gave him the money to pay that debt off in the days before this. And so he says, you still have a favor that I haven't repeat. And had it not been for that favor. I could have responded in kind, but because of that favor, I have to repay that favorite basis. The repayment of the favor is that it will not insult you. Right now. This shows us some panelo that being nice and good always has disadvantages. Right? Abu Bakar radi Allahu Allah

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and was such a nice person. He's giving loans to otoa even in Masood Azhar coffee, right? How does he know that a time will come

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When that loan will be repaid in such a manner. And so,

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odo basically tries to basically ridicule the Muslims. Actually, his intention was not to ridicule. He was dead serious, he really felt, who are these people that are going to fight you? He thought he's being sympathetic, like, Mohammed Come to your senses, I sell them look around you, you think these people are gonna fight you. And he doesn't realize what is Islam, he doesn't realize what is a man, he doesn't realize the anger that Muslims feel when the Prophet system is insulted. This is an anger we all know, we all see it in the modern world. And all will continue trying to convince the processor to give up the plan to go back. And it was the customer of the people of those times, that

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when two leaders met, they would hold on to their beards of the other as a gesture of brother leanness of this is, you know, we're equal, we're peers, right? So they will hold on to the beer to make a point. This was the custom of the people of that time. And he did this a few times. And every time he did it out of the blue, the scabbard of a sword would appear the the, the, the, the handle of the sword, I should say, not the to this handle of the sword, and it would hit him

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and us hitting God harder and harder. Until finally, when he did it one more time the scabbard came or the the handle like the back of the sword, right came and hit it so hard and said, and the end he heard a voice that say get your hand away from the beard of the Prophet system, before the hand will be cut off from its owner.

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Meaning next time you do that, you're not going to have a hand. So finally he said, Who is this voice? Because there was a man in armor in the turban around him Who is this voice? And it turns out it is his own nephew mahira In short, about a third coffee shop with a famous and Malila is the nephew literally the father's the brother, the brother, son, literally the nephew. So Molina, I've been short, but is the nephew of Aruba. Even Masuda. satpathy, Molina been shot with the famous Sahabi on the movie have been shot right now, Molina have been short, but he has a story by the way. We're not even sure about wait a bit shorter. But in his early days in his young days,

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he was a playboy, he was a bandit. He was a bad person drinking womanizing, and he got involved with the wrong company. This is before Islam. And he became a part of a bunch of thugs, a bunch of the mafia, let's say, right. And he began participating in robbery until finally he participated in highway robbery, meaning you know, there's a caravan going by innocent caravan, nothing or anything. And him and his comrades, they go and they attack this caravan, they kill and they get all the money, and they take the money. And so

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he was a part of this group. And one time he went and did this, this type of highway robbery and the tribe that he did it against. They declared war against the Saudis, basically, because Molina and his comrades were from the Philippines, so that the thief had to bend over backwards, pay a lot of blood money, calm the situation down. When these guys saw this, they all fled this gang, they all broke up and fled. They can't go back to the thief. And Moliro, eventually, after here and there and here and there, he eventually hears of Islam, and he decides to convert and he then comes to Medina. Okay, so now he's turned over a new leaf. He's no longer the highway bandit. So the Prophet system

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told him this is back in the few years ago, the process and told him that as for your Islam, we will accept it. But as for your money, and all of your booty that you stole, we cannot accept any of that. You can't bring this here. And this shows us the wisdom of the process of that you have baggage literally baggage, in this case, you have goods, you have money that is held on for you to have taken.

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You kill people. We can't accept that. Your Islam Okay, your Islam, it cancels all of your sins. If you're truly a Muslim, then hamdulillah join us, but we cannot benefit from your wealth and your money. And this shows us the fairness of Islam looks upon Allah the fairness of Islam, that Moliro had gotten this money. And this money is not a Muslim money or it's the money of a pagan, but it's still hot on money because in Islam, the lives of non Muslims are also sacred unless there's a legitimate reason, right? In Islam, you cannot just go and come in. And by the way, this is a very, very important refutation of those who accused the process of in the early Muslims of being highway

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robbers. And we talked about this in the second stage many, many lectures ago that one of the main criticisms that orientalist or non Muslim researchers say Oh, the early Muslims are a bunch of highway robbers. And they say this because once again, they would who would they attack the Cornish and it is 100% true that they used to attack the cause of the crash 100% true, but they never attacked the caravans of neutral tribes. And again, there is this kernel of truth.

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Which isn't layered here in there. Okay. So this this incident of Moliro, not directly with Davey would go back shows us what, that the Profit System and the Sahaba were not only not highway robbers, they did not accept any money that came from what is called highway robbery. And they refused Mozilla to bring in this money. And so Mozilla had to accept Islam and start from scratch. And that's exactly what happened. And now he becomes a good Muslim meliodas, a famous companion, there's so many ideas from him. And now he is like a bodyguard. He's like a personal bodyguard of the process. And he's standing there, you know, right next to him, and when his own uncle puts his

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hand, so you can imagine he feels an extra anger because this is his uncle. So he out of all of the Sahaba, he feels enough guts to put his sword say get your hand away, because the rest of them, He is the chieftain of a thief, right? But mohila is also from thief, and mahira, he doesn't feel that type of problems as the others do, and getting physical with his uncle. So he says, next time you do this, you won't have a hand to come forth to the beard of the process. And so always says Who said that? And Mozilla says, it is more of insurable meaning that this is your nephew Moliro. And so odawara responds back to him. And he he can respond back and he was silent at abubaker. But now this

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is his nephew. And he says, oh, traitor. Oh, traitor. Are you still not basking in your traitor in your, in your deceit. In other words, you you you have ruined our reputation, and you're still living the life of a trader, if you like. And so he basically made for not not made fun of but he ridiculed or he basically cursed mohila because of this. And this shows us that, again, the profits are slums, fairness, when he accepted more heroes, Islam, but not his money, but nonetheless, Moliro could not respond, because he did have that problem. That's a valid point, his uncle said, that we're still we had to deal with your treason, you know, we had to sacrifice so much money, we had to

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do so many things to avoid civil war and bloodshed. And now you're, you're the trader, and you're doing this to me, and he could not respond to that charge to that, BB if you like, because there was a point of truth to that. And all began looking around and continued to make negotiations with the process of them. But obviously, the process of is not going to return to Medina. So the negotiations broke down. And he probably stayed in the camp an hour or two, trying to convince the process and to go back, he then returns to the corporation. Remember, odawa is the chieftain or one of the major leaders of the thief, he then returns to the orange and his description of the Sahaba. His

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description of the Sahaba is one of the most amazing descriptions in the whole surah of the prophet SAW Selim. Why, because he describes the Sahaba as an outsider,

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the Sahaba did not describe themselves the way he described them. Because at the time, he's an outsider, later on, he's going to become a Muslim. But at this point in time, he has never seen Islam or the Sahaba. This is the first exposure to Islam and the Sahaba. And so we hear descriptions that no other Sahabi says because he is an outsider, what does roadwatch say? Rotorua goes back to the origin and he says, your home or people

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I have visited the kings and entered the palace of Caesar of Rome, and kisara of Persia, and joshy of Abyssinia. Now, because he's the chieftain of the bone with relief, he has had the luxury that very few Arabs have had, that he has literally had the honor of going to the Caesar's Palace, the sassanid Emperor's palace and the Joshua's palace. He is odawa He is the chieftain of a thief. He is from the tribe of the city of five. So he has that honor that he can say I have been to all of these leaders. Guess what he says? law he I have never seen any King being shown respect the way that us herbal Mohammed show respect to Mohammed Salah is

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neither Rome nor Persia nor Najafi no one has that amount of is that the US hub of Mohammed sysm have for Mohammed while la he mana Harmon ohama He didn't even spit.

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Except that that one of his the Sahaba caught that spirit before it touched the ground

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and rubbed it on his face and body for America for Baraka, right? That the profit and never did he wash himself with will do except that girl do Jaco chatty Runa Allah UI It is as if

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They were fighting one another, to catch those drops of water coming from him. Now Subhanallah none of the Sahaba told us this. Why? Because they took it for granted is nothing weird to them. And there's also an element of modesty. Like, we're not going to tell you this, right? But

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here we have roadwatch urban mushroom as an outsider, he's never seen such a bizarre scene in his life. Right? Who amongst the Kings can say when they spit, somebody jumps and catches that spit? Well, you think about it. This is not, you don't do this for any normal human being. Right? Who amongst the kings, when he washes his face, the water does not reach the ground, because there are Sahaba that are just going to catch the water and then put it on themselves. And what goes on that if he wanted to command them something, he only needed to raise his face and look, and they would race to see who would be the first to do that command. Without even opening his mouth. The Sahaba

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are there to do his every Beck and calling. And he says that when he spoke, they all lowered their heads and their voices in front of him. And none of them would look at him directly out of Eva and respect. There is no king in the world except that his minister, his Vizier, people look at him and talk to him, even if they address him with respect. But the whole audience is looking at the ground nobody Do you speak to them directly. And the process of did not command them to do this, obviously. But it is natural. It just comes in Arabic is called the haber and haber in English, it means the immense respect that there's so much respect, they're not even looking up directly at his eyes. And

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this reminds all of us that you remind us of that famous hadith of Ahmedabad, Eros, or the Allahu taala. And Hamlet, who was one of the last I have to accept Islam before the conquest of Mecca. He was one of the last sahab and what did I want to bring out say that will lie there was nothing more beloved to me than to stare at the prophets of the law while he was setting them. But if you asked me to describe him to you, I couldn't do that. Because I could never raise my head and look directly at him out of haber out of respect for him, that he's battling himself to look at the prophet SAW Selim right because on the one hand, he loves to look at him, its beauty emanating as the additive

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job that looked at the full moon and looked at the process and will lie the process is more beautiful than the full moon right? And then on the other hand, he cannot look at him Why? Because there is this all that comes reverence that comes that you cannot even look up directly into his eyes. So he is battling with himself I want to look but I cannot look and this is what this exact narration reminds us of that he himself was a non Muslim is saying that they would never look at him directly in the face he loved and well hey, but and out of gelato out of respect for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, what I find absolutely amazing. I don't know if any of you caught

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this bit.

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What happens to Ottawa in one hour?

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What was he saying? At the beginning of this hour? What would you What did you say at the beginning?

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Who are these people? Right? They're gonna abandon you at the first sign of a sword. Then in one hour, what happens? Look, wha wha he I've never seen anybody like them. Neither Joshua nor this nor that. They can't even look they can they can. Can you do you see this right from where to where? And when Words fail, all of us to talk about that change in Ottawa, one hour to see the Sahaba and how they interacted with the process of them, converts our own war into a believer of the Sahaba. Think about that, right? from coming from his jaw in the mind. And he doesn't see beyond Islam and and he's like, Who are these people? How would they fight you? Then he goes back. And he says to the

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Quraysh I have never seen a group that respect and love their leader, more than the Sahaba of the Prophet system. And then he goes on and he says, and I have measured them for you I have absorbed them for you. So know that if you wish the sword, they will give you what you wish.

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Not Subhana Allah look again the change. He's telling the Prophet system that you better be careful because these people are never going to fight for you. Right now when he goes back to the Irish, without the Profit System, opening his mouth to defend the Sahaba

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to see someone as soft as aboubaker Archer a vile curse to see his own nephew, take the sword or take the the sword and literally poke him so many times and then say I will cut your hand off if you dare touch the beard of the Prophet system to see the Sahaba in this manner.

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He comes back a convert, not yet to Islam that's going to come, he's going to convert to Islam. But he comes back a convert in the amount of the Sahaba. Not in Amman yet. But even a cafard cannot deny the Eman of the Sahaba. So he says, I have seen a group and I'm quoting from him, I have seen a group, they don't care what happens to them if their companion is harmed. Meaning the Prophet says they don't care about themselves, they will do everything to protect him. Even the women amongst them would never Hand him over, no matter what the cost, forget the men, even the women Subhanallah where where to where will lie to me this is one of the most, you know, beautiful

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paragraphs of the Sierra that I love to read, because it demonstrates something that in so poetic terms and in so beautiful terms that we don't hear from the Sahaba themselves. So then he says, Take my advice, I fear that you will not be able to win over him. He has too strong of an army, even though quantity wise, the horatia triple the Quraysh are at home their triple and the Muslims are only 1400 but still he says I fear you won't be able to beat them. And besides now he gets soft and he says he is a man that has come to this house wishing to honor it and with sacrificial animals, but instead he is being deprived and denied and prevented immediate shift of science here right? He

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leaves MCE telling the chorus you know I'm on your site. You know I have your back you know I've always been on your site right. One hour meeting with the process and and the Muslims and now his heart is was with which site right and will lie These are things you cannot control. This comes from a man raw Eman. This comes when a group believes in Allah subhana wa Tada. People see that belief. Even if they don't have it, they can sense it.

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And this is a big lesson for us brothers and sisters. Our main weapon is not arms, it's not weaponry of the hands. Our main weapon is our belief in Allah subhana wa tada and if we have that, the rest will fall into place. And this clearly shows that that the process of did not intellectually respond to everything. All that needed to be shown was Islam and the Muslims cooperating together showing the respect to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam at this the Orisha got angry, the police got angry. And they said if only someone else besides you had said this, if only someone else besides you has said this hear about your food. Your food was the food who Scania about your food was his

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cornea. Yeah by afford if only someone else besides you has said this meaning Come on, we thought better of you. You as well. Now you're switching sides emotionally, right? If only somebody else has said this, but we will not allow him this year. This year there is no question. So once again, the forests are sticking to their guns and they do stick to their guns to the end. Their arrogance and their fanaticism. Their stubbornness has got the better Carlos we have made up our minds doesn't matter who says otherwise. The Arabs are not going to say that he entered MK despite us, we will have the upper hand. And here we find over here. So many benefits already mentioned many of them

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here. That was opinion changing. But one thing I have to point out here that will lie brothers and sisters this spade is a spade and the truth is the truth. Here, a castle at the time he's going to accept us that right now. He's a Kaffir pagan idol worshiper, he recognizes the macom of the Sahaba.

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What do we say to those who claim to be Muslim and do not recognize the macom of the sod and will lay is mind boggling that a pagan cannot help but be so impressed. Odd, saying I've never seen a human site like this in my life.

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And it is Wallahi shameful and sad that there are people who do not respect the Sahaba. And they claim to be worshipping Allah and following the messenger. And here we have a pagan testifying to the mockery of the Sahaba. Also, we see over here that the prophets ism clearly is waging a type of psychological battle. And clearly he's winning anybody that comes to meet him, he comes back convinced, right? And therefore the battle is not just verbal. It's not just physical. There's also a psychological side. And one of the best ways to win the psychological battle is simply to stick to your principles. Be firm in what you believe. And eventually, people will respect you for that

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firmness will lie even those who don't believe

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When you are firm to your beliefs, they have to admire your principal stance. You know what I might disagree, but he's a man who follows his beliefs.

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And we, unfortunately, are too embarrassed many times to stand up to our beliefs. And we also witness over here, the long term thinking, the strategy, the diplomacy of the prophecies of his diplomatic ways of basically dividing the Croatia for the Arabs up. So bit by bit, people are simply getting away from the kurachi end position. And we'll see now we have the theory of breaking away, we'll see another person break away with another major group. This is long term strategy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, just as a side point as a footnote here. So roadwatch was from the tribe of Turkey, as we said, from tarrif and roadwatch.

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He accepted Islam in the ninth year of the hedgerow. After the conquest of Makkah, he officially accepted Islam in the ninth year of the hedgerow, and we're going to talk about his story. Probably in around two months, maybe a shot lozada for love gives us life. And we continue this era, when we get to the story of thief and whatnot. And he was one of the first of the elders have the gift to accept Islam, one of the first of the elders of the life of the noble enough to accept Islam. And eventually we'll get to the story of Thief, thief was perhaps the most difficult tribe. I mean, after all, they did what they did back in the day, remember, the incident of thought if that's the

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thief, right? The same incident of artificial life. They did what they did, and 30th was the most stubborn tribe to the end. Even when they accepted Islam. They gave the most bizarre conditions. Yasuda law, it's cold and thoughtful. We don't want to do we'll do literally, right. We have to do also.

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We want to do jihad with you. How about Zika? Can we just get rid of Zika? Because we don't wanna give her money, too. Right? They had so many weird and bizarre, okay, we'll come to that when we come to the, that's the tribal thief, that even when they reluctantly embraced, they had all of these bizarre conditions. So this is from the tribe of thief. And roadwatch eventually accepted his son, he was the first of the elders of the leaf to accept Islam. And he traveled to Medina, in the ninth year of the hedgerow to embrace Islam at the hands of the Prophet. So I send them to announce his Islam and the prophecies and told him that in the UK, shaliach, I'm scared for you, that your

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people I know your people, basically, I'm scared when you go back, what's going to happen to you? And Ottawa was very confident, too confident. And you said yada Salalah my tribe, listen to what he said, If I'm sleeping, they would never wake me up.

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Meaning I have that mahkum amongst them, that if one of them saw me sleeping, nobody would wake me up even that's how much they respect me. Well, they respected you before your Islam. Now you will see what Islam does. Right? So he felt so confident. He said, Don't worry, I can take care of myself. My people respect me. The Prophet system knows what happens when you start giving Dawa to Islam. The Prophet system was more respected amongst the koresh that Aurora was amongst a thief, right? But he insisted I want to go back, I want to go back. So the process let him go back, okay, you want to go back, go back, and he returns to his people. And he begins preaching Islam to them,

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and he hears from them the chatroom and the sub and the vulgarity and the cursing that he could never imagine his own people do to him. And so, he goes back to his house saddened and distressed and spends the night there the first night he comes back and the next morning is fudger time. So, he goes on the roof he gives the other end and he starts praying and when somebody sees him pray, takes a bow and arrow and shoots him right then and there on the top of his roof. And it is said Fife Is it a mountainous region and it is you literally on top of the mountain and it is said that he the arrow not only hit him but he fell basically into the ravine or a ravine or into the the valleys

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underneath and he died a Shaheed and when the news reached the Prophet salallahu it he was setting them he said

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method or otowa method is sahibi yacine

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method or orwa method you saw a be seen little one is like the one a VR scene, meaning surah Yaseen.

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What is this y'all understand her?

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The one the one watch. I'm an oximeter. religionist call a coma tabular. mursaleen it tiberium Alessandra Mota don't write and then they killed him. And he says that call a little homie animonda mal hoffa Robbie, which I live in the moment crummy. So the process that I'm said method or autoworker method is slightly be seen that he called his people to Allah and in response, they killed him. He

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Call this people to align In response, they killed him anyways, I went into the tangent of what this is all about. At this stage, obviously he is not a Muslim. Clearly we can say, clearly, it was at this stage that Islam first entered his heart.

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When, when he saw the respect the Sahaba had for the Profit System. And he realized this is not human, why insurance is not human, but it's not natural, something divine is coming here, right? That Allah has given some respect, there has revealed something like this, that otherwise the Kings do not automatically get that right, I will lie, this is so true, that every politician, even if he is in power, the people only respect him for his chair for his courtesy, you know, they don't respect him for him. They respect him for what he can offer them, right. Whereas our profits are some we respect and love him for who he is, and not for his what he can offer us monetarily. And

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this is the difference between respect that we give to the profits and respect that the people of kisara and Caesar give to their people. In any case, back to the story of her davia. So what goes back he is rebuffed. And so the leaf cuts off now. So the thief is not going to participate bit by bit. The conglomeration of the brush is being cut off. And we're going to see another one in a while. Here the Profit System felt the need to send somebody now from his side. And so he decided to go with somebody who is not from the Irish, and not from the onside either somebody who's one of the other tribes, and he chose

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us highly by the name of Hiroshima, omiya Hiroshima, Romania, from the tribe of Hosea. He wasn't from the to the hospital. He was not from the coronation Mahajan. He was from the tribe of Gaza. Why did he choose him? I tried my best to look up what is the reason why the only reason I could come across myself It wasn't something that is mentioned is that perhaps because he is neither on Sati nor Mahajan that he can be viewed as someone relatively neutral for the time being, even though he's a Muslim, even though he's in the camp of the Muslims, but hopefully he won't rile up the anger of the of the coresh by sending somebody who is Akashi like Abu Bakar or amber who that's the second

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step. The next step is to send the quraishi. Right now he hasn't gotten to that step. He sends somebody who's somewhat tribal, why is neutral? The tribal cozaar is a neutral tribe. Allahu Adam, this is the only reason I could find to find somebody from a tribe that has not been involved with the orange directly. The host has Raj there is spilt blood now. But it has happened over the has happened. Conduct has happened. So the the Quraysh will have something in their hearts right. As for their fellow Cora, she's like a welcome normal, clearly, they will have some things against them. So perhaps the only wisdom that I could come across, he chooses somebody that has a neutral tribe, and

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that's the tribe of Hosea. So he sends fellowship in omega. And in order to demonstrate that he really wanted peace, that there is no, there is no evil that he has.

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He sent a loss on one of his own camels by the name of a saddle. And in those days, people recognize other people's horses and camels not like us that we have no clue. You could show me 100 horses, they all look the same to me. But in those days, people are different. They recognize who's Campbell and whose horse This is. And so he chose a camel that they would recognize that this is the camel of the Prophet so so meaning, I want peace here I'm sending my personal envoy on my camel to you. And when they entered with the camel of the Prophet system, they clearly recognize that his his camel, and their anger flared up, they surrounded him, a mob gathered shouting, jostling, shoving,

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threatening, eventually the camel is wounded and hamstrung. So they cut off the the basically the what is it called? The the what is it the the sinew is the backbone, not the backbone, the leg the ligament is when the ligament of the knee, they cut it off so that the camel is hamstrung and and they're about to kill her off. The mob is gathering, you know, mob mentality. You know, there's just people coming and their anger is coming until finally, another person of Hosea calms them down, who is in Makkah at the time, calms them down, says this is a hazari you don't want to get involved with this. Don't bring them down, you know, and they get there to their senses and they send him back

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without even a major discussion taking place. So the process and realizes that a neutral guy is not going to work. A neutral person is not going to work. Now which the horseshoes turn. Who do they send.

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They, it appears as somebody else volunteer just like or from the volunteers. So now we have another person volunteering and this person whose name is on who raised in Alabama from the tribe of Kiana alki nanny from the tribe of Canaan, and Kenan was the largest tribe in the surrounding areas outside of Makkah, and these tribes they were generally called allies.

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Have Bish, we've talked about other hobbies. In the Battle of Zeb, when the bulk of the army were from the rubbish, and not have a hobby, and hobbies are basically the name given to the tribes around Mecca. And the biggest of them is Canada. so

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pervasive in Alabama from the tribe of Canaan, he volunteers because again, other tribes are getting involved. Now, this is a major issue. Why is this a major issue? Not only is the past tension, but there is a theological issue involved that the Quraysh are preventing a group coming to Makkah, this is a very big deal, because the horatia are not allowed to prevent people coming to Makkah. And this is going to cause a scandal either way. And so today's volunteers says, Let me go and speak to the Muslims, the operation agree. And when an ace approaches, the Prophet says and recognizes him from the distance. And by the way, this shows that clearly the process of his vision is way beyond 2020.

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For him to recognize somebody far away before even holies enters the camp. And he says, this is an erasable Atacama, from Kiana. So he mentioned sort of Sahaba, who this man is from the distance is there. This is an Ultra Seven out of coma from the piano, and his people. They show respect you out of the moon, they consider sacred, the sacrificial animals. One of the things known about this tribe is that they valued the animals that we decorate, you know, we talked about the decoration of the camels and the sheep, when you send them to the Kaaba, they, they consider this to be very sacred. So show him our sacrificial animals. So her lace is still in the distance he's walking, and the

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Sahaba take out hundreds and hundreds, remember 70 only the process no matter how many would be total, there must be at least 500.

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And these are just the camels on top of this. You have the sheep and the goats and others. And all of them are decorated with their markings and their special ribbons and strings. This is, as I explained to you, this is what they would do. And this is still done to this day that you decorate the animals to demonstrate this is a camel, this is an animal we have dedicated it to the house of Allah and the poor people in the house of Allah. So her lace is coming. And before he even gets to the camp, the Sahaba bring out hundreds of camels, and they bring the camels to the valley that he is coming down into. And he sees the entire valley full of camels that have been decorated for the

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for the four corners of Mecca. And he sees the Muslims in a bomb doing the LBL a baker Lama the big they're basically showing, you know, the the their their, their their status, and Oles doesn't even enter the camp of the Muslims. He turns around, he goes back to the orange and he says Subhana Allah, it is not allowed to prevent these animals from reaching their destination, and preventing the pilgrims from visiting the house of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Without even speaking to the prophets as he has converted over

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again, we see here the diplomacy of the process. And we see here the long term vision of the we see here psychological warfare, basically, right? He sees relays, he recognizes him, and he says, I know exactly what his soft spot is. And that soft spot is an Islamic sauce, but which is what venerating the house of a law, being in Iran, saying the Tobia, these camels are going to be given to the poor people show him why we're here. We're here for peace and not for war. We're here to do tawaf around the Kaaba, we're here to be pilgrims and not to shed any blood. So when hooray sees all of this. And there was one point as well, that because the Muslims had such a difficult journey, and they hadn't

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been through the main road, not only were they hungry, their camels were hungry, and you could see the hunger of the camels. And this is very dangerous, because these camels have they don't get to the Gabba. In time, poor people will not be able to eat of them, right? sacrificial meat is all gone to waste. And you could see the camels thinning up. You could see the camels, you know, hungry and weak. And so her lace feels a sense of great anger against the kurush. How could you prevent the Muslims from coming to the Kaaba, and they have what they have when they heard him? Switch sides. Now this is like the third fourth person switching sides. emotionally. They insulted him and they

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said, Who are you? You're just an ignorant Bedouin? Because again, this is not the horseshoe. This is not therapy. These are the outlying tribes from Canada. You're just an ignorant veteran. Our mistake was to send you who shouldn't have sent you. Right. And we see over here. Now some Hello as soon as they said this, and they swore by a law that none of the rubbish would support the kurush call us half the tribe now half the army now he goes away.

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We're ready to have the thief walk away. Now we have hubby's, walk away, look at what's happening here. The truth will always win in the end,

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the truth will always win. And in this case, the Muslims had 110% of the truth. They just want to do a toe off. They want to do a demo, and the courage are 100%, volume, clear black and white. And so we have honest people who are idol worshipers, they're pagans, right. But the truth is higher than their theology here. They realize what the what he is doing is wrong. And to add insult to injury, so they send a release, then when holidays comes back with his opinion, what did they say? You're just a fool, you're a veteran we shouldn't have sent you. What is that going to do to release. And by the way, police it is mentioned in the books that he was considered to be a wise man, he was

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considered to be a person of intelligence. And this will add more insult that they go back to ethnicity. You're just a Bedouin, basically, you know, this is racism. And it's 100% racism, right? Who are you? You're just a veteran, you're not caught Archie, we shouldn't have sent you in the first place. So what happens? He swears by a law, none of his people will be on your side, call us we're out of here, you will left to your own. So bit by bit what's happening, the large sympathy that the Horace had is now being cut away. And eventually it's only going to be the Quraysh left, and they're going to have to be forced to negotiate. Also, we see over here, that every community it

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has its righteous people, every community, it has its righteous people. And this is a point that, unfortunately, some minority of Muslims in their overzealousness and I haven't sure none of you here, but there are people that are so narrow minded, that they think that if you're not a Muslim, you can't have any good and you will not hit this is so ridiculous. If you're not a Muslim, no doubt your theology is wrong. But does this mean you cannot be honest, you cannot be truthful, you cannot stand up for justice. No, in the whole scioto we have so many examples, that we have idol worshippers standing up for what is true. And the profitsystem is welcoming this taking advantage of

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it, and will lie we see in our times as well. In this land of ours, there are a small minority of right wing islamophobes they want to smear the whole religion, they want to say this and that but and they would have banned the Sharia and they want to kick Muslims out and they want to, you know, recently there was a day just this week in Europe somewhere. One of the universities banned hijab or something. And it was de banda Nepal, right. ironic because they're saying they're championing women's rights and freedoms. And yet they ban the hijab and the niqab. And this is causing a huge controversy. So a lot of non Muslims are standing up and saying, how can you ban a woman's dress if

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she wants to dress like this? Right? This is against our values. How can you ban a woman who wants to wear a veil who wants to wear a headscarf? Because they're saying it's a security risk to wear a headscarf becomes now a security risk right to where Nepal becomes a security. Nonetheless, we have here what happened recently, the anti Syria bills all across America 23 states and treasury bills. We had the ACLU, we had so many Americans that are not Muslim, they say Come on, get over it. They're a group of religious people, they have the right to practice their faith, like every religion has the right to practice his faith. Every society has this good people and bad people,

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every society, don't we have our good and or bad as well, right? every society has. And the Muslim takes advantage of the good wherever it comes from. So here the Profit System is finding her lazy finds it and he recognizes this is the way that I will show him we're upon the truth. There's also an interesting point here, and that is that

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it is a part of prophetic wisdom to use those psychological factors that are appealing to every group. So here ladies, for example, from the tribe of Kiana, he has a soft spot for sacrificial camels. Do Muslims also have sacrificial camels giving to the poor of Makkah? Yes. If we use that, is there anything wrong? No. So we have another issue here, which again, we have some overzealous Muslims as well, that and let me give you some examples of modern times this happened to me, for example,

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I gave a talk about how Islam tells us to be green. That would be green means

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environmentally conservative and take care of the water and energy and whatnot. Right? So somebody comments that so just because it's fashionable for the non Muslims to talk about it. So now you also have to follow in their footsteps. It becomes an Islamic to mention something that is Islamic just because non Muslims talk about it will lie This is so narrow minded. You just want to scream with frustration. Does our religion tell us to conserve water

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I can give you 10 evidences. Yes, it does. Does our religion tell us to use resources naturally? and carefully? Yes, it does. Does our religion tell us to treat animals nicely animal rights? Right? I gave a lecture about animal rights here in MIT and other places as well. And comments come back from YouTube viewers and whatnot like that. Oh, just because they talk about animal rights. So now you have to talk about animal rights. So Pamela, will lay this type of fanaticism, it's really, it's very frustrating, honestly, for us to have to deal with wildlife. We have green Islam, we have animal rights in Islam. No doubt, I'll be the first to say this. We don't change what Islam says.

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Because it's popular or unpopular. No doubt. So, and I gave the talk about animal rights. And I mentioned this, if some people say that it is unethical to kill animals for food.

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You have to go vegetarian.

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We say Thanks, but no thanks. It is so not to eat meat, and Alhamdulillah. So not to eat meat. Okay, so we draw the line where Look, if people go to extremes, we say no, our religion, brother others.

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Anytime there's a meat joke, we have whatever the barbecue expert over your home doula. So the point is that no doubt, we don't change the shady because it's popular, unpopular. But if there's a trend going on in society, is there anything wrong with talking about that trend in Islam? This is the part of our dialogue, you understand what I'm saying here, right? We get this directly from what happened, what's happening now with her day seven outcome that the Prophet says some demonstrated something that is clearly Islamic, but I'll come has a special soft spot for this issue. So guess what, we'll just show that issue to him, and it will help us we're not bending the truth. This is

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the reality, this is the truth, and it will get his heart into our sympathy for our religion. And that's exactly what happened. Now. Last parliament, you start to finish this up in Sharla. So now her ladies goes back without even without even meeting with the process of them because he is convinced that these people are right. And the correlation is wrong. The correlation root to him. So are these cuts off? Call us you're on your own now. So now it is back to the profit systems turn. And the process of decides to send a kurachi call us you clearly don't want somebody neutral. Let's send a quarter sheet. Who should we send the process from? chooses aroma of nahata Why choose aroma?

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Perhaps because of his strength and bravery, because you are walking into enemy territory.

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Again, we don't know why we have to make an assumption. Why aroma. The only thing that comes to mind? Because in terms of many other factors, there are other people Abu Bakar is there with man is there it is there. What's why Omar? Can all of the Sahaba were there? Well, perhaps because Omar was physically the strongest of them, and the most bravest of them.

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And this is the first time that an official emissary has come from the processor side back into America. Think about it. Six years have gone by. And no Muslim has set foot in MK as a free person as an emissary. No Muslim. Yes, there have been prisoners of war. Yesterday, people have been killed in Makkah. But no Muslim has come back free walked into the lion's den

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that will require courage and bravery. Who better than the very person who announced his Islam when he converted? And then he said whoever wants his mother to cry for him tonight. Let him meet me outside before exit from Medina remember, that's our mobile hot tub. Okay. So he chooses a hot tub and honorable hottub rhodiola. And and he says to the process of them that Yasuda LA, my animosity to the Quran is well known. And I fear that the Quraysh will not accept me, and that they will kill me. He said this, I fear that I think that they will kill me. And I don't have anyone from my tribe of ID urban cab to protect me.

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We don't know, perhaps his tribe had been killed or whatnot, he doesn't have the bunny ID anymore. So if you want me to go, I will go.

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But Rosemont even our fan has more nobility in their eyes than I do. Now remember, in the eyes of the Quraysh what protects you is not physical strength, it is your tribe.

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So he says if you want me to go, I will go. So when nobody will ever accuse me of being a coward, we know who he is. Right? And he's saying if you want me to go I'll go. But if you want somebody who will actually be able to speak perhaps Earth man would be the better choice now. By the way out of a book called Earth man. Many of you don't realize this earth man was the closest in lineage to the Prophet system.

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Booker Omar would like sixth and eighth cousins literally sixth and eighth cousins are with man he's from blew up the shrimps. But what are the chances the great grandfather? Great Grandfather of Hashem, Hashem and Abdi chumps are brothers. Right? So that's just three generations two three to three generations back. And of course, who is blew up the shelves? Who is the main guy been one of the chumps who can who can who can click quickly.

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But no, the main guy that's alive right now in Makkah.

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Maria long died

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you all know his name.

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Abu jihad is alive now. Abu jihad is alive now.

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Abu Sophia,

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Abu Sophia, and has been one of the shops. And Abu sufian is like a second cousin to respond. Right cousin and a half cousin once removed. That's very close for the Arabic that's very close, right? He's like, he's like an ATM basically. You know, Abu sufian is literally like, almost like a direct I'm not a not a direct am but like a cousin of the father like that. Abu sufian who is Abu sufian, the undisputed leader of Makkah, right and earthman is his somewhat nephew. Okay? So roamers idea is accepted by the processor. And again, this shows us that the processor May he had his or she had is a human he had, and it is possible that somebody can give a better position of the process and sees

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that he takes it. And he in this case, he saw it. And so the Profit System sent rich man, I've been a fan. And I have the whole story prepared, but unfortunately, I thought I would finish the story to get to the third one because we're betting we have plenty of time, but hamdulillah there's no urgency to finish the syrup in anytime soon. So I will have to simply pause here and talk about the big red one and why earthman was delayed and what happened to him and MK we will talk about that inshallah. Next Wednesday, and we have a few minutes for question answer and then break for selected Russia.

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I live in abject poverty. No doubt. He was also known for his bravery and He is known for his courage. But in terms of age, Omar was senior to him, it is still relatively very young. And there's also a sense of a young man not being given the respect that an older man is given. Okay, so Ali, won the process and passed away. He's 30 something years old. So at this stage, he is in his 20s. Remember, and it took place and it is not even bother. Right. So any one thing we always need to realize, Ali is Ali and we as a listener, we are the true followers of Allie.

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Lola, here we are the she add to it.

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You can quote me on that. We are the true she of it. She means the followers, right? Because we give him the respect he deserves.

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And had he we've been alive in his time will lie, we will be the first to follow him. We are his true followers. But we always neglect or forget that our little the last one who became who he became at the time he deserved to become it.

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When the process and passes away, he's still 3031 years old. You're not going to become the leader of the oma 31 when you have a bucket at 62. And then when abubaker dies, Omar is now 60 perfect age for the leader of the oma and it is still 3332 right? So we have to understand how he became the right halifa when he deserved to be the right Khalifa. Right. And throughout Abu Bakar on earth man's life, it was their greatest Vizier, their greatest mentor, their greatest not mentor but their greatest helper, the right hand man, right throughout all of these years, it always helped them in whatever he was doing. So yes, it was indeed a very brave person. We will see this in the Battle of

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100. Especially we will see the bravery and the strength of it and what he did. But at the same time, right now aroma is the most appropriate choice in this regard. And Allah knows best

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flavors, excuse me hyper hyper hyper. Yes.

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We don't know what happened to the camela it was we don't know. Nothing.

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No, no, no, not this. This camel was called a sign up. This was another camel. Not across what is what was the one he was writing. He had another one called the title. And this is the one the process of had multiple camels. This was one of them.

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How do you deal with the arrogance of the world today? I think the lessons of today we are very clear that you will

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Always have a group that is arrogant always. But you have to remain firm to your principles. Have firm faith in Allah subhana wa tada and reach out to the people in the other side that are not arrogant and get their help against their own people who are arrogant. And eventually Allah azzawajal will help out those who are upon the truth. And inshallah we'll have all lesson about the benefits of the BIA. And this is really one of those issues we will talk about final issue sisters, no question from the sisters today. No question for the sisters today. Going once going twice. Back to the brothers. Yes. Hold on. Yes, sister. Go ahead.

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So there are so the question is, was it a mulia? In a harem or not? There are some incidents mentioned of some of the Sahaba that clearly were not wearing a hat on we mentioned some of them last week. So Allah who are them I'm not able to understand and I was not able to find anywhere in the books. Why some Sahaba were in the home and others were not. It appears that a little hero was one of those who was not in the harem. Why and how did some of those had to do this and not a lot more than that. I haven't found any word that discussed this. Allah knows best