Seerah – 80 The Conquest of Makkah Part 5

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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi continues from the previous video and we get acquainted with many more incidents and happy turn of events post the Khutbah of the Prophet ﷺ standing in front of the door of the Ka’bah.

The first thing he does is assigning Bilal RA the coveted, prestigious and honourable task of standing on top of the Ka’bah and giving the Adhan. Thus, Allah honoured Bilal RA to be the first ever muadhin in Mecca. The Qadr of Allah is highlighted here and should be celebrated. The very same man who used to cry out aloud while being persecuted is now the same voice that has been chosen by Allah SWT at the time of power.

How do the elites of the Quraysh such as Abu Sufyan, Harith ibn Hisham and Itaab ibn Aseer accept Islam despite being disbelievers even at the time of the Adhan by Bilal RA? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi divulges details.

The Prophet ﷺ now stays in Mecca for 19 days and is giving the oath of allegiance to the Quraysh men and women and the Ansar too.The bulk of the people swore allegiance but some delayed it among which were Fudaala ibn Ubaid, Safwan ibn Umayyah, Suhail ibn Amr and Abu Quhafa.

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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali, he was like big rain.

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So we are still on the conquest of Makkah, we're still talking about the incidents that occurred in the conquest of Mecca. And as is typical with all of the incidence of the theater, what we have is lots of narrations. And we need to piece the puzzle together, we need to figure out what exactly happened when. So in our last class, I went into a little bit of a tangent regarding all of the various people that the process of them had not forgiven. And obviously, each one of these stories took place over the course of the next two, three weeks, we just lump them all together for logistics sake. But even of those we said there are the six or seven or eight or nine even of those,

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the bulk of them eventually were forgiven, and only a handful were executed. And as we said, this is the general rule of Islam, that mercy and tolerance and compassion. But strictness must be shown as the exception to send some fear. There's got to be some sense of

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strictness in order that people do not cross the line. So we had mentioned all of these stories now that is returned to the actual conquest of Makkah. We had mentioned the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave the whole tuba straight from the doors of the Kaaba. And the symbolism is so obvious, it is so powerful that here he is standing in the cabinet, quite literally, he's standing in the cabinet, the doors are open behind him, and the people of MK are gathered around him. And what a beautiful, powerful scene quite metaphorically and symbolically the doors of a law are open up, and anybody who wants to embrace Islam can embrace Islam. And there is a pseudo law system at the doors

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of the gate. I mean, the symbolism here is simply too profound. It's too obvious that here the process of Miss standing at the doors of the cabinet, the doors are open, and he is inviting them to accept Islam, and in front of him or all the people of Mecca, and he tells them go forth, you are free today, it's helpful for him.

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And obviously, he offers them to accept Islam. And at this point in time, he then instructs Bella the famous instruction and that is to climb up to the top of the garb and to give the van from the top of the Kaaba. This one incident of the Sierra is one of the most famous incidents that even somebody who doesn't know anything about the zero. The one or two things you will know is that Allah subhana wa Taala honored Bilal to be the first more than in Mecca. The very first human being ever to give us an in the holiest of holies, on top of the Kaaba was beloved, and this is a lesson we have learned from our youth. And it's a such a true lesson, even if we've heard it a million times.

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Truly, how amazing it is that the voice that used to call out in the valleys of Mecca, being persecuted by the aurash, the voice that choose to testify to the unity of Allah in the values of Porush. I had one I had, I had one I had, that same voice would be chosen by Allah subhana wa tada and by His messenger to now proclaim at a time of Islam, he who remained firm at a time of humiliation shall be honored at a time of Islam. He who remained firm and persevered during times of persecution, that will be the one who will come out on top during times of being honored. So the one who kept his voice for the sake of Allah and refuse to budge, that was the same person that was

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chosen to now announce and proclaim a shadow Allah, Allah Illallah. on that, on that beautiful day on the auspicious occasion on the top of the Gabba. And truly, it was an honor that was unprecedented in the history of Arabia, that an Abyssinian slave with no lineage and no background, and no connections with any of the orange should now be chosen to go literally and metaphorically on the highest of the high, literally above the kurush and metaphorically being chosen above them to proclaim on behalf of the Messenger of Allah to proclaim the testimony of faith, the testimony of the event, and of course, the dance summarizes the religion of Islam, Haryana, Salah, halal Fatah

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shadow Laila, it really summarizes the teachings of Islam. And we learned from this as well, the truth of that Islamic principle and it is summarized in Arabic And you should memorize this even if you don't speak Arabic It is an Islamic principle. It is a Quranic and asuna principle, Allah Jessa woman Jin Suleiman Al Jazeera Oh minjin Salama, this is an Islamic Maxim theological and it is a rule that Allah and His Messenger have shown

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To be true, and that is, you will be dealt with how you deserve to be dealt with good for good and bad for bad AlJazeera Oh, that means your reward or your punishment, min Jin's allameh is going to be the same characteristic as the actions you did. So the one who, as we said, persevered, and whose voice proclaimed the truth of Allah when being persecuted, that was the reward given to this voice, that now his voice will be chosen at times if there is an honor to proclaim the truth of Allah and the oneness of Allah as well. And when Bella's voice is now, proclaiming the event, abou Sophia was standing there, in the midst of some of the elite of the kurush of them is a had been a sham, and it

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up even a seed. And these are all from the boom of zoom, and how dissemination. And how did him a sham, he is the you should write this down. It's a very important characteristic of a Hadith, not an honorary one, but it's an important one, and how they've been a sham is the full brother of Abu Jamal, Abu jihad. This is his brother and how they have been a sham. And then how they fit into his Sham, the full brother, both mother and father the same. And how did it when his Sham was there with Abu sufian and retype in a seat, and a tab says, and they're all from the elite of the zoom and had it under a tab. A tab says Allah has honored my father a seed. Allah has honored my father, for

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having him dead right now. It's a blessing. He's dead right now. A lot has honored my father for having him dead right now. He doesn't have to see the humiliation upon us how this black man has been chosen above a span of law. This is this is Jay Z. Right? How this black man has been chosen above us to now stand on top of the Kaaba. Thank God my father is dead not to see this. Look. This is now he's saying how much the hatred is that you're happy Your father is dead, rather than see Bilal on top of the cabin. So this is a top says this. And I heard it was the footer of the rebel jehlen heard it says that, well law he if I thought this man was upon the truth, I would be

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following him meaning he's not truthful. If I thought he was upon the truth, I will be following him. So he's saying stuff for the loss of flow. He's saying the process of is not truthful. And you understand. And he's mocking him and Abu sufian. Now, Abu sufian is your Muslim right now we're not? Yes. When did he accept Islam a few hours ago, a few hours ago? Correct? Because literally outside Mecca. The morning comes he rushes back. Right? So he's literally a brand new Muslim. What does Abu sufian say? Abu sufian said, As for me, my tongue is sealed. I'm too scared to say anything. Because if I were to say anything, even the rocks would inform the prophets are somewhat of what I said.

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Now, this statement is very interesting.

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What does it show us?

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He's afraid, but he's still not.

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He's kind of in between. Right? Like one side of him is still sympathetic to all that's been said right now. And another side is like, you know, I can't say anything right now. Sorry, guys. Meaning what my heart is sympathetic to you. And what does this show that for some people, Islam takes time.

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For some people, he's a politician as well. Yes, that shows as well that no doubt and politics ran in his blood. And we don't mean this in a negative way. We never say anything negative about the Sahaba. But no doubt there was that sense of Scioscia of sort of being in charge. And I will Sofia This statement is very interesting because it demonstrates a man had not yet entered his heart. But still he's a Muslim. Like ironically, it's really bizarre. He believes that if I say something the processor will find out. Which means what? He believes that the process of as a prophet, but still his soul is not submitting. And we see this over and over again that Islam is of levels and alum

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inches and the under sort of hoogenraad What does Allah say that oh Bedouins you are not yet mins rather you are just Muslims. Don't say we are more mins rather say we have accepted Islam, while I'm here the holy man if you have to become a man has not yet fully entered your hearts. And we see this in the Sahaba and will law he we see this in front of our lives as well. When people convert to Islam. How many are the people who convert for whatever reason, whether it is marriage or whether it will in these days in America is really only a marriage but in Islamic societies, people converted for fame for for getting rid of the taxes because if you converted you'd have less taxes, the jizya

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and whatnot right people converted

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Some of them remain so so in their conversion. And we see this around us as well that people convert, let's say for marriage and many of them their Islam is mediocre and we accept their Islam and leave the affair to Allah. And some amongst them Mashallah to Bala color their Islam becomes stronger than the Islam of the born Muslim. We see this in our own lives. And we see this from the time of the Sahaba that Abu Frank right now is kind of battling it. I don't want to say anything. So

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is that Oh, that's yours? Okay. I thought it was the masjid alarm, no problem, okay, personal doctor alarms are permissible. Doctors have bokura no problem. So I wish you fancy I don't want to say anything else, it must be exposed. So later on, when the everything finishes, we'll come back to the problems later on the process of is exiting the harem. And he passes by the same group. He passes by Abu sufian and Hadith and return. And he says, I know exactly what the three of you said.

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As for you, you had it You said such such such and such as for you. You said such and such as for yourself. Yeah. You said such and such he narrated for them letter for letter and word for word, the whole conversation right then in there, and had it said, while law you must be a prophet, because nobody was listening to our conversation and none of us want to inform you.

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A shadow Allah Allah Allah which no wonder karasuma and then had it accepted on the spot, retired eventually as well accepted. And of course it was a fan has already been a Muslim and and had it had been a sham. He, later on his Islam became very strong. And he narrated many Hadith there's a very famous Hadith inside a body. That is a very beautiful Hadith that after the conquest of Mecca after the story, he asked the Prophet system or messenger of Allah Tell me, how does the ye come to you? How does the ye come to this is a divination gave me a deacon Yasuda, lo and behold, he has this hadith and so many versions of this Howdy. And the Prophet system

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said to him, sometimes the wind comes to me like the ringing of a bell. And it's very difficult upon me. And sometimes jabril comes to me in the form of a man and I understand what he says, and that's easier for me. Now, it's an interesting hear that and how they've been his Sham had the audacity to ask a question that even a walk or an aroma northmen an alley would never dare ask. And that is how does the wind come to you? And sometimes a person who's not that close to you can ask you a very frank question. And somebody who's much more closer to you will not ask you the Sahaba were too shy to ask such probing questions. And that's why even Omar said that we would love it when

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unintelligent Bedouin would come to Medina,

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intelligent and veteran to characteristics, right, that are rare combined, but we would love it. Why? Because a Madani would never be so Frank, and a better one who's not intelligent wouldn't be of use to us. We would love it when an intelligent Bedouin would come to us. So he would ask questions, and we would listen. Because the Sahaba had too much in Arabic is called the haber. And there is no simple term in English but it's like reverence and respect to the level of you cannot question these things. Can you imagine Obasanjo? sutala tell me about Jubilee and how he comes to know the Sahaba are sitting with their heads down the Sahaba not one word comes from their mouths. How did they fit

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a sham is the brand new convert is like Tell me everything I want to know. How does God come to you? And so the process in response to him, and it is also narrated in another incident later on that one, the process of one is intense was in his tent, and jabril came down. And the way began and the Sahaba recognized when the war he began because he would close his eyes and he would lower his head and sweat would appear and he would be cut off from the world around him. So when that happened, or Omar called had it and said, Now look what hate is coming. So what had it came he picked up the tent, the the flap of the tent, and he saw the state of the prophets of Saddam when he was coming

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down. And this is a privilege given to him because of who he was like he is one of the Sadat when the seniors have the courage and he converts so so he he converted at this stage he became a good Muslim. He died a Shaheed fighting against the Romans and the battles of the Battle of Yarmouk Elijah Shaheed, and how to divination by the way, is involved in a story that all of you have heard here and there. And that is a famous story in the Battle of your milk of three Sahaba dying one after the other one water is sent to them, and each one sees another Sahabi and he says, Go send it to that Sahabi goes into that Sahabi and all three of them one by one until all three die and the

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water still remains in the cup. You know the story? You've heard this. You've heard this so many times. We'll get to it. We'll get to it. Okay. Refresh the memory. So, in the Battle of Yarmouk, which was one of the most important difference

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Massive battles in the history of Islam. It was against the Romans and it paved the way to open up half of the, you know, kingdom of the Romans, any Syria and whatnot opened up after this. And the Battle of Yarmouk major losses on the side of both sides. It was a victory for the Muslims, but major losses in terms of life is killed. And one of the most interesting stories that takes place is that after the battle when the people are going to take care of the wounded, so a boy comes and he sees a person who's almost dying, he gives him a glass of water. And as he lifts the cup up, he sees somebody else in the distance who's also dying. He says go send it to him. So the first person here

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is an additive in his shop. The second person we already talked about him last week, Eric crema in Abidjan,

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looking at how the things are combined. So he says go send it to Eric crema. And so they send it to a crema. And when a cream is about to take it, then he sees the third person, I actually have an idea. So he says, send it to Josh, by the time he gets to is dies, he goes back to how detailed it is that he goes back to the camera is dead. So the glass remains with him. And all three of them refuse to take the glass because they saw somebody they thought was more in need. It's just interesting. So I'm handling these now. The people that converted at the conquest, some of them they're Islams were soso. And some of them they're Islam's went to the roof of those who proved

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themselves their strength of Islam were people like urbanization, and a crema urban Avi jihad. So the Prophet system we said he gave the hotel he invited them to Istanbul that gives the event He then made his way to mount Safa. He made his way to Safa. And he sat somewhere on Safa, perhaps in the middle, perhaps at the bottom, he sat somewhere on Safa, and there he took the oath of allegiance for all of the people who were willing to embrace Islam. And this is really the primary visualization of the statement of Allah, what are at NASA yo Luna v de la he of wotja, this is this is coming into effect, that hordes and hordes of people are just lining up from getting around him,

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waiting to give the big oath of allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and how apt it is how perfect it is that where the war began, it shall end as well. Where did the public that will begin

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mounts of this is where it began. And things are coming full circle, everything is coming to an end and a close, and our Profit System sits down where he wants to up. There's also some symbolism here as well, that he now sits down to now pretty much finish off the task that began

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20 years ago, 1920 years ago, that began two decades ago. And now people are coming to him embracing Islam, one after the other, and the bulk of the people of Mecca converted at this point in time. And an interesting anecdote here that a lot of fifth is derived from we're gonna talk about the Philippine child in the next lesson, the benefits the fifth key benefits of the conquest of Makkah, his next lesson, one of the interesting tidbits here, one of the Sahaba comes with his brother blood brother, the Sahabi is a previous convert, and he says, Yeah, rasulillah This is my brother, my missionary bro, this is my brother, and I want you to give him the oath and the blessings of Hydra

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like you have given me ie the now when anybody emigrated the Prophet system gave him the good tidings that you have now done his role you shall get genda is that all of the blessings, so, this brother wanted his blood, sorry, this Muslim wanted his blood brother to get the same blessings he had. And this is Islam you want for your brother what you want for yourself? The prophets of Salaam said la Hirata by del factory. This is one of the most famous Hadith that ever was said in the conquest of Makkah. It's mutawatir. It's in Bukhari and Muslim la Hirata that added 14, you want your brother to get the blessings of Allah, La Hirata, Baghdad Fatih, there is no hedgerow after the

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conquest of Makkah, all of the blessings of digital, were for those who got it. I can't give you a brother those blessings anymore. He didn't wasn't there, he didn't get it. La hijikata better than 40 there is no hegira after the conquest of Makkah, this hadith is one of the most important fifth benefits of the conquest of Makkah, which is not relevant to us, it was very relevant to them. And that was what, for seven or eight years hegira was for the iron on every single Muslim alive, you had to make a job or else your Islam was deficient.

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You have to make hijiri to Medina.

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When the Prophet system conquered muck, that ruling was abrogated. And that's where most of you have never heard of it, because it was applicable for eight years. That's it when the process of conquered Makkah, he

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abrogated the ruling law Hirata battle fatigue, there is no more Hendra after the conquest of Makkah. Now what does this mean? Nobody can make history anywhere. No, that special hedgerow, the one and only higit or the hegira that when you say hegira You mean that

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the one and only Hitler has been abrogated. You can have personal haters, you can have haters that will take place for various peoples various tribes. a civil war takes place a group of Muslims emigrates to another land for peace and protection. This is a personal hedgerow it's not a general hedgerow for the oma the general hedgerow for the oma is gone. law he wrote about the fatigue. That is only after the conquest of Makkah, it has now become the obligation of every single Muslim making hijra is abrogated after the conquest of Makkah, then the processor said, Well, I can Jihad on one iya where it is Stanford to infant funeral. The only thing that remains is Jihad and good intention,

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meaning good deeds, whatever you have good deed for. And if your brother really wanted the hegira and his Nia was there alone, we'll give him that all that's only that remains, well, I can do one a year. If he wants to make the up what missed him, there's plenty of opportunity going to come now. There's gonna be the Romans, the Persians, the jihad is going to start right now, after the conquest of Makkah, the real conquest, this is not only Arabia, so the process is predicting your brother wants to get to that level, there's two things you can do what I can do you have done one a year, he can participate in the actual jihad against the Romans or the Persians or whatnot. Eventually, he

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can get to that level. And Nia and Nia, of course means any good deed, including the Nia for Hitler, including any rebar that if he is genuinely good, perhaps you can also get to that level. And if you are called to fight by illegitimate halifa then obey the hallway the Stanford's from from feudal means, and if you ever get the call to go out and fight on behalf of the oma, then go and answer that call. So this beautiful, simple Hadith that demonstrates some of the fifth, we'll get back to that next week. So he took the oath of allegiance from all of these men. Then, after he had finished the oath of allegiance from the men. Then the women were called, the women of the chorus were

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called, and all of them gathered in front of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they all came, and amongst them, wearing the full face veil, so unrecognized by anybody was hynd, bintaro, TVA, the wife of Abu sufian, the one who only a few hours ago, is holding on to her husband's beard and mustache and saying, kill this cowardly, dah, dah, dah, dah, dah, the same one. This is now a hint over here in front of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And of course, hint has a history. You all know the history of hint. You all know the history of hint and the Battle of boyhood and what she did with Hamza, we, this is something that she knew now and she was scared of,

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and she is wearing a face veil. Now,

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the issue of the face veil is a filthy controversy not quite relevant to us. But the one thing that clearly reading the car shows us is that the face veil was known and practiced by the women in the time of the Prophet system, whether his father not as a different story. That's really besides the point. What I really want to emphasize is the claim that the face veil is an invention that was imported into medieval Islam. This claim is baseless, the face veil or the ARB has been a part of the Islamic tradition. Some scholars have said as far as I'm satisfied, it is it is not for that simple controversy of Filkin. that's besides the point here, what I want to just emphasize that many

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modernists are progressive they claim that Oh, there is no place for the face veil in Islam, it never existed. No, this is not true. He clearly has existed the tradition mentioned this numerous times. And here we have another incident where some of the women at least some maybe it's not all but at least some of them were wearing the Fayetteville amongst them was hint Binti rota and so they come, all of them in front of the prophets are set up. And the Prophet says and then begins, that you shall all give me the oath of allegiance. And he then quotes to them the verse that

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that is mentioned in the whole on you by your local militia and what I still don't know what as Nina went up to the verses mentioned in the Koran. So he says that number one, that you shall not worship any besides Allah subhanho wa Taala must abandon all of your false gods at this hint says, from the middle of the crowd hint says that she made an assumption which was incorrect. She said, You're asking us something you didn't ask the men. Now this is wrong. She didn't. She wasn't there. She just assumed that this is a political conquest, not a religious conquest. Think about it. She assumed this is a political conquest. You are our ruler, but we can you're not going to tell us to

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give up our gods. Right. So then she got a little bit irritated and she said you're limited

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have us something you didn't demand from the men. But this is not true because the men were also told to give up, right? But then once you saw no support and whatnot, she said, very well, we should give it to you. Okay? If you want this from us, then you're forced us, call us, we'll give it again, not too happy. But she doesn't have any choice here. So and the process has not recognized that she's speaking from behind the laptop. But the very fact she's speaking, it shows her character, by the way, think about it as well, right? And she's gonna speak again and again. And it shows her character, she has that type of personality, that she's not going to remain silent. And some people

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have that type of personality. Most people don't find it pleasant, nonetheless. So she says that, so the process of them then says, what are your serial killer? And you shall not steal?

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At this, she reports back again. She says, I used to take from the money of Abu sufian bit by bit without his knowing, I don't know was that allowed or not this new thing you're putting upon me, I have to tell you, this is my characteristic, right? I take my husband's money.

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And he doesn't know this. And Abu sufian was there in the audience. So to try to resolve something, maybe something might have been said, all of that that has happened in the past, I have forgiven it, meaning Abu sufian is probably more tense than she is. And ever. So Phantom wants to like defuse the situation. Right? Now this conversation gives away

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who the woman in Congress, right? So this conversation gives her away. So the profitsystem says are you hint

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and now she's put on the spot, the slip of her tongue, she didn't want to give her identity away. But obviously she says, I used to take from the money of Abu sufian.

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And so it gives away and it will still fail immediately to calm the situation down. Maybe she won't be forgiven whatever. I have forgiven anything of the past. Notice he said of the past, not the future will deal with the future later on wife, okay, not the past. Okay. So the process of said are you hint? And hint immediately says that? Yes, I am. And forgive the past. May Allah forgive you

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immediately, and forgive the past, May Allah forgive you. And the Prophet system did not respond to her and he simply moved on. And this really shows us as well as paddler. I mean, it's it's

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sometimes when a person who has not studied the Sierra hears these types of stories, it's a little bit difficult, right? Because the perception they have is not the perception that is actually there. So Pamela, it's easier to forgive a crime against you than a crime against a loved one.

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It's easier to forgive a crime against you that than to forgive a crime against a loved one, especially when that crime was done to the dead body

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stopped for love and it stopped further, you know, and so the process of did not punish her. But nor did he say you are forgiven and will lie This is like perfect.

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He just moved on and ignored her. And this is absolutely perfectly no doubt his heart Jani. What did you say to why she just avoided my presence. He was forced to forgive, he did forgive. But he said I don't want to see you. And that was such a punishment. As for Hint, hint is not going to come to him. She's a woman is not going to be in his presence. So he just ignores her and lets it go. And this again shows us the perfection of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so he just ignores her and moves on. And he goes to the next condition. What are yours Nina? And you shall not commit to Xena once again hints so every comment she has to give a comment. Right? Every single statement

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she's got to give a comment wala is Nina and you shall not commit Zina. And hint says our test nil hoorah. Do you expect a free lady to commit Zina? Now this is an interesting phrase here. It shows that Arabian society No matter how much the botched and lewd it was free ladies, what we would call decent ladies, Sheriff ladies, right? They would never taint their family honor by this crime.

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It was people of lewd character. Unfortunately, in our society, this has gone but for those of us who come from other lands or for those who remember maybe in the 50s and 60s in this land, I don't know you know, that type of notion was still there. dignified families, decent families. This is unheard of. So when this condition was put and Hindi is a mushy Taka, I mean, you can say she's just accepted Islam one minute ago, but still she is coming straight from paganism. She's difficultly reluctantly giving up idolatry correct.

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Stealing she's like, yeah, okay, if you really want us to, when it comes to Xena, she gets irritated. You expect any of us to be committing Zina? And it's really amazing because it shows us that the Quran and the Arabs, and well I this isn't just see the any, our scholars say that.

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crimes are really of two types that are crimes that are lewd, and

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something that goes against dignity, even if you don't have a man and a clock. And then there are crimes that are not of that nature. And Zina is a crime that really goes against modesty. It goes against higher, and therefore, again, this country is the perfect example. You know, 100 years ago, 50 years ago, fornication was really unheard of in the dignified society. You understand? I'm saying here, right? Only people have a lowly class, only the women have immoral character that are known, you know, you know, even I'm talking about the women that are in that profession. But a dignified lady would never ever do this. So when the process inputs the condition immediately, she gets

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irritated, like, what type of condition is this? Do you expect any of us to be committing Zina, or what doesn't open up to us with a lot, and this really shows us as we said, that the crime of Xena is a different category of crime, then, the process of them, and again, he's really ignoring her. And it really shows us her character, by the way, and it shows us his character as well. Then the Prophet system says, Well, I told Allah Khan,

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and don't kill your children. Here we see hinze sharp tongue. She says, As for this one, then will lie he, we took care of them as babies, and you kill them as adults at burden.

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You're telling us not to give our kids right. As for us for this condition, we were the ones who took care of them when they were babies, and then you kill them as adults at the Battle of budget. This was so unexpected. This BB this, this sharp wit, that Bob began laughing so much you fell onto his back.

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This was such a novel response rate, that the way she understood this, that removable hardtop simply lost it, then he started laughing so hard, he fell onto his back, laughing. And he saw then these conditions were given, and then the and then they all agree to this hinge, the only one with the tongue to respond back and even in the process and by and large ignores her. And then after this, the process of Telstra aroma that go take their oath of allegiance. And so we're almost took the took the oath of allegiance, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam never ever touched the hand of a woman that was not related to him. And this is narrated without water, bye, Arusha by every single

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book of Hadith, that the process of did not himself take the oath of allegiance from the women. And in fact, once when a woman later on not this incident, and in the next year, when a woman went to get accepted Islam, she put her hand out, and the prophet SAW Selim said, I do not give the bay.

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With shaking your hand, my speech to the one of you is my bias to all of you. Simply speaking to you is enough, I don't need to do this. And there is some controversy on in the books of faith and in modern and the books of Hadith. And in modern filk scholars, whether oma Dubner hubub actually took the oath with his hand or not, there's some controversy. And there are some reports that indicate that Omar took the oath of allegiance from the woman physically. And there are some reports of this nature. And what it could also be said that this is what is understood. In the authentic narration, when the Prophet says some commands or Omar, you take their oath, and he doesn't do it. Because if

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it was only verbal, then he's done it. And if it's more than verbal than almost doing something he didn't do. But another group says that, well, the Hadith that mentioned Omar physically touched them are not to that level. They're they're a little bit shaky. And so from this, there's a controversy that is used existed from the beginning of the classical field, and that is, is it allowed to shake the non Muslims hand and the bulk of scholars historically have always said that it is not allowed some of the Shafi scholars and also some of the humble scholars, so not all Shafi remedies, but the referees are well known a lot of Shafi scholars and even some humble scholars said based on these

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narrations, and others, that it is allowed with two conditions number one, that there is no fit in others no shadow up, there's no desire, and number two, there's a need to do so and they point to this

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incident, for example, and they say, clearly there is a need. And Omar, it's not possible that Omar would have any. That's why Omar has chosen the strictest out of all of them that he has chosen. So those scholars who say that it is allowed with these two conditions, they quote these types of narrations. And my opinion is that really it should be avoided and that it is mcru. But I don't consider to be held on if these two conditions are met. But I still say that it should be avoided and allows the widow knows best. And we have the example of the process of there's no denying the best example. And that is, as our issue says, voila, he she swears by Allah, the hand of the process

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that have never touched the hand of any woman, the handle the process have never touched and of any woman, except if it was one of his Muharram. So we have in the example of the process and the best example, and if one of us, is not able to live up to that example, then at least we should keep that example as the ideal and not change that around. Let's not justify, some of us might not be able to do that. Let's not justify and say okay, no, the ideal is the ideal. It is my opinion, as I said that it is makuu which means it should be avoided, and it is not sinful. Nonetheless, the ideal is the idea. In any case, getting back to the story. So the processes are given the oath of allegiance

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to the correlation men and the women. And the unser began to talk amongst themselves, they feel a little bit neglected now. Right now for the processor has now returned back home. And they see all of his kith and kin, the relatives, the orange, the cousins, they see everybody accepting Islam. And so the Ansel began to grumble and mumble. And one of them says, now that he has returned here, softness has overtaken him for his people.

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Meaning Carlos has forgotten about us. Right? They feel now Subhanallah well, like what is what is really the root of their pain. It's love.

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It's love. Right? They feel

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jealous that the Profit System now will forget about us. So one of them remarks, the love of his relatives has overtaken him. And others seem to agree to this sentiment. And jabril came and told him, the unsought are saying this.

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And so when he finished with all of the beta, he then called the unsolved. So we have the men we have the women in half we have unsought and he says, Yeah, Mashallah on salt or group of unsolved Did you say that the love of my family has overtaken me I've become soft. He quoted them exactly. And put on the spot. They confessed. And they said, he has this was said O Messenger of Allah. We did say this now. It's amazing here. Allah tells him jabril comes down and informs him yet he still asks them think about that.

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Why is he denying jewelry?

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It's etiquette and courtesy. It is the manners, spat Allah, Allah is informing him. And he knows that jabril is not going to cut and paste and, quote, an evil picture. And the reason why jubilees is telling him is to do what is to save a bigger fitna, you understand a lot of xojo to saving for a bigger fitness that make sure this doesn't go into a bigger fitness to quell down any problems. Yet still, the first thing he does is he asks them, did you save this subpanel? How beautiful of a message for us, that when we hear a stranger or an acquaintance remark, or you know, your friend said this about you? You know, your cousin, your brother said this Holocaust instantaneously. Judge

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jury, executioner trial Holocaust. That's it, end of story done. You don't even want to give it the benefit of doubt. Here we have a pseudo law being communicated by Allah through jubelin.

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Any problem here watertight yet still? What does he do? He says, Did you say this? And there are ansara of course, they're gonna lie and cheat. They said, Yes, we did. Oh, yeah. Guilty. Yes, we did say this. And so the process that I'm said, Who am I? Man? No, who am I? And then Abdullah, he was Sulu. I am Abdullah and Rasulullah. I have emigrated to you and with you and for you. Meaning I promised you remember, I know that don't doubt my promise. I am Rasulullah. And I promised you something. And that promise will be maintained. Remember the promise this is at the acaba This is all the way at Aqaba, so many years ago that the Prophet says the Sahaba on Saturday, they said to

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him, and they asked him point blank, that will you ever leave us once the victory is yours? And he said no. A demo demo. Remember that my blood is your blood. My life is real. He said that the the

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famous phrase that really meant I am now a part of you and not a part of my people, I shall always now be a part of you. Now, the unsought are doubting their double guessing. So the Prophet system says to them, who do you think I am now that I'm going to break my promise? I am Abdullah. He was a Zulu fan Maha Maha Komal mama to mama to come. And this cannot be translated into English. It basically means life is your life and death is your death meaning My life is your life and my death is your death, meaning we are together in all of this. He gave a very powerful phrase for the Maha Maha come while mama to mama to come, which basically means we are all together in this. And when he

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said this, the unsought began to cry. And they begged forgiveness and pleaded for acceptance of you know, their excuse. And they said, We only said this, based on what we thought and saw we were wrong. In other words, they, they made an excuse for this, and the prophets are seldom said in the la hora Sula, who you saw the Han Kuma Irani, kumada, Allah and His Messenger believe you, you, we know you're telling the truth. And we have accepted your excuse. And this is the primary story narrative. After this, we have a number of incidents that we don't know exactly when it happened was it on this day, or the next day, the process some stayed around two or three weeks in muddy and

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muck? We'll talk about that next Wednesday, insha Allah, He stayed almost three weeks, he stayed in Makkah. And in those 19 days, many things happened. And so we have to just narrate bits and pieces will know exactly when each of these things happen. And for the remainder of today, what I'm going to concentrate on is those people who did not accept Islam right now, but they accepted Islam in the next 19 days, or a little bit after this, right. There are a number of significant people that did not give the beta, the bulk of the people of Makkah gave by some very interesting characters kind of delayed, and of those people

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who delayed was one of the chorus who we don't know much about him other than this story.

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I've tried to look him up, and I could not find much information about him in the resources and the time that I have to do. And his name is Phil dodda. It's been rumored that he seems to be a young man from the Quran, we don't know how much how much was the distance between him and the process of them. But football in a way for whatever reason, he decided to assassinate the prophet SAW Selim. He's so angry at the defeat. He's so angry at all that he has seen that he decides that Hamas, I'm just going to assassinate, and this would be what we would call a suicide mission, because there's no way he's coming out of this alive. There's no way he's going to be able to flee. So he hides the

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dagger, he hides the thing. And he says, I'll do it when the process was doing pull off, because when he was doing pull off, so everybody will give him a space. Everybody would allow him to do toe off and the process of did more thoughts than you can count. And from this, we learned, the sooner that when you're in Makkah, you do a lot of toe offs, he only did one or not now sorry, later on. But he did lots of talks throughout these 19 days. He was also the regulations. When he came back from Tirana, he when he came back from London, now he didn't do Animoto. Now, this is a conquest. But in the conquest of Makkah, he did plenty of toe offs for those 19 days, and one of those toe

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offs, footballer comes up, the dagger is hidden. And he sneaks up behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he thinks, call us I'll be able to finish the deed and then whatever happens happens, this is an anger. This is a he doesn't care about his own life now. So the Prophet system, soon as he was about to pull out the dagger, he turns around, and the processor sees him and he says, Is this footballer? Are you full, dada, and so forth? Allah says, yes, it is me. So the professor sort of said, What were you thinking about doing?

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So footballer says nothing. I wasn't thinking about anything.

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I was just doing executive Atlanta off, we're just here for the throw off. And so the profitsystem laughed, probably because of the blatant lie and he knows it's a lie. He laughed and he puts his hand on the chest of Fallada put his hand on the chest to full dollar. And

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he and he said and before he did his stuff for those that have suffered a lot, and he put his hand on the chest or for viola, and father says that will lie as soon as he placed his hand on my chest. No one was more beloved to me in the whole world than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and footballer then accepted Islam at that point in time and the entire plot obviously is now into thin air completely gone. Another two very interesting converts are very high profile converts.

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Soft one even omega is the first one

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and we'll and so hate a bit ominous a second so find a bit why the number they both converted in this timeframe. As for so far they've been omiana who is so funny, by the way, you will remember

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The son of omiya, in Holland, who may have been half the owner of Bella,

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this is so funny because these are now of the leaders of the cottage. So soften a bit omiya when the process of concrete macker he was of those who tried to fight, when the fighting didn't work a lot, he fled. And he told his family and whatnot, he said, I cannot live anymore. I'm just gonna basically commit suicide. I'm going to go into the ocean and fling myself from the ocean. You guys take care of yourselves basically. There's no way I'm going to live anymore. So and I don't want to go anywhere else. So he basically told them, it's it's now End of story for me. I'm just going to commit suicide. So he fled from Makkah, and he was going to make his way to Jeddah and from there,

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take a ship and then the thing was, that's what he said he's going to basically drown himself. So that end of story, he doesn't have to worry about living anymore. Now, his cousin and best friend, roommate, Eben Wahab, now pause here, who can remind me of the story of someone in Romania? Who is their self one in Romania.

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Excellent, Yes, excellent. Mashallah one of our sisters remembers excellent. And our note keeper has ever sticky notes.

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No, he was thinking or he was just about to say that, Mashallah. Okay.

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And when did this take place? Sister? Do you remember? Roughly after which battle?

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She's about to say it after burden? After but yes, you said immediately after, yes. After the after burden. Remember the story of soft one and roommate, their cousins and their best friends. And

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roommate is saying, you know, I don't even mind I'll go and attempted assassination. But I have daughters and I have a debt or else I do it. And so one says, he's the rich guy. So one says, Don't worry, I'll take care of your debts. And from now on your daughters and my daughters, who will treat them just like I will. The lavish everything is going to be their lifestyle. Now, don't worry about it, you go and take care of it. And so soft, one agrees to pay roommate agrees to go. And so it may take the dagger in the the the poison, and he hides it. And he goes, and the point is, this is the negotiation for the prisoners of war, remember, so the access is given to the process of there'll be

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right in front of the processor, and he has his sword dangling in front of him. And the processor even says to him, what do you have that sword around your neck for? And he says, Oh, this oh, you know, of what choose was the swords in the Battle of button anyways, just hanging there. Right? Then the process of said you are aligning? You and someone sitting in the shadow of the Kaaba. And you said this, and he said this, and he said this, and you know, and he gave the whole and he gave the whole narration. And so Romain immediately converted to Islam. He said, Who told you this? And he said, Allah told me so immediately converted to Islam. So Juan was bragging and boasting In the

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meantime, just wait, you guys are going to hear some good news. Right? And or maybe it comes back and the good news turns out to be his Islam. Right. That was the story of suffering in Romania. So remain had fled to sorry, roommate had emigrated to Medina. So he is now a member of the conquest is now coming to America. And he's hunting around where is my cousin, where is my best friend, someone he finds out, so fine has fled, and he's threatened to commit suicide, whether you would have done it or alone knows best, but that's what he said, I'm going to commit suicide. So romaine goes to the process and begs him that Oh, messenger of Allah, please give your protection to someone tell me

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that I can go and tell him he has protection. So the Prophet system said, I have given him protection. Or maybe it says give me something that I can show him that he will believe me. So the process in him gave him the turban that he wore when he entered bucha. The turban that he wore when he entered Makkah, he gave him the very term and he said go and show someone that he has the protection. So romaine goes rushing to try to catch him, and he barely catches him. in Jeddah, before he's about to board the ship, basically, the ship would have been boarding the next day or something. And once off one sees him, so one becomes angry at him, because of one says, so you

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traitor and liar. Now you're coming to kill me, meaning the only reason you could be here is to kill me. You're not even going to let me leave in peace. And Romania says no, I'm not here to kill you. I have come from the best human being and I have come to get your protection. And initially he didn't believe anything. Initially he thinks you're a liar and a traitor anyway. Now why would he say this? Because from his perspective, from his perspective, you came on a mission and now you have betrayed me and I don't want anything to do with you. So clearly there's bitterness and animosity or may have persisted and our mayor said he also for you to come and hide in US have come to you from the best

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of all human beings.

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Is your cousin and He is the Most Merciful and the most kind, his honor is your honor. And his shut off is your shirt off and his kingdom is your kingdom and His there is your Islam. And here is his turban. He has sent it to you promising if you come back, you will get protection. Now this shook him because here's the turban. This is the actual turban that he has seen and recognize the process and word when he entered MCC. Now he is now in his hand and he's saying he's giving him protection. And so, so one was hesitant, but he managed to be convinced to come back to Makkah, they returned back to the Kaaba, and the process of was just finishing salata Lhasa, so one turns to Romania and

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says, How many times do you guys pray, said five times a day. So if one said five times a day, which is what every new Muslim asks us as well, five times a day, yes, five times a day, and he leads you inside out five times a day? Yes, he leads us in Salah five times a day. So amazing for anybody who doesn't know our religion that you guys actually pray five times a day, yes, we pray five times a day, then when the process and finished a lot that also so far was still on his horse too scared to get down, wanting to flee if necessary. And he shouts out in front of the whole harem. And he says, Yeah, Mohammed Salim.

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Romain has come to me saying that you're promising and protection? Is this true? Meaning, I don't want to get off my horse until until you confirm with me. And the process of them says, Come and get off your horse and any NZ come down. And he says no, until you promise me means he is very terrified. No, until you promise me. And you tell me that I have two months of protection. Nothing can harm me for nobody, none of you will hire me for two months. So the process of them said, We shall give you four months, give you double that amount. And so when that was given, then someone came down from his horse and discussed with the prophets I send them but he did not accept Islam. He

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did not accept Islam right now notices whether I forgot to mention that panelo and omate is discussing what's of one? Notice the language of roommate? He is your cousin, his is your is his shut off? Is your shut off? his honor is your honor. This is jack Hindi talk being done for the service of Islam.

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And it's because in the end of the day, lineage and blood doesn't matter in Islam. But for someone it did, he's still viewing the world from that paradigm. And this shows us again that as long as what you say is true, yes, you can say it. his shirt off is your shirt off and his is a is your is and he is your cousin, meaning cousin meaning kith and kin, he is your chorus. So you're so angry at somebody, the more he is honored, the more you will be honored meaning from the jehadi stance right? From the perspective of tribe and whatnot. And so notice here as well the techniques of Dawa notice here as well the techniques of our and we as well we look at what the society any society finds

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positive. If our religion finds it positive, we use it. Of course, if it doesn't, then we don't. But if anything is positive in any culture, and our religion as well finds it to be positive. So in our times, by the way, this is so many examples, but any going green, for example, right, or human trait of animals, I've given a lecture here at MIT about animal rights in Islam, you're not going to find classical scholars reading books about animal rights in Islam, but yes, our religion has animal rights and it is a part of our duty to showcase what exactly our religion says as long as we speak the truth so here we have techniques of our being emphasized so someone was given four months and

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eventually when the process and went to go fight in Grenada thought if so he asked someone to lend him 100 coats of arms Joseph Juan is one of the richest people of Makkah, his father was away he had been high enough so one has inherited all of this Amelia died and better as you remember. And so he's inherited all of this fortune. So the process of says give us some of your weaponry and stuff one says, are you forcing me to or are you asking me to

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what is it? Is this something you are forcing that I have no choice? Or are you simply requesting and you're it's something that I have the choice to say. So the process of themselves, but our idea to adapt rather This is a Guaranteed Loan. And this is from this so much fifth is derived of them is that typically when you borrow something from somebody, you are responsible for what you have borrowed.

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If you borrow something from somebody and then you damage it, well then typically you are responsible. So the problem is that it is a Guaranteed Loan. Guaranteed lending, you know not loan meaning a bank loan, but you know, it's something I'm going to borrow from you. And I guarantee it that it will come back to you or the equivalent will come back to you something happens is damaged, you'll get the money back basically added to what. So Stefan gave him 100

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coats of armor, and he participated in her name. But he didn't participate as a Muslim. He walked with the Muslims. But then of course we'll talk about in two, three weeks in sha Allah. He participated in her name, but he wasn't actually fighting so much a group of non Muslim machens physically went to her name. And they played a minor role.

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They didn't have any major role they and this is one of the non Muslims and so far was there. And after the Battle of grenade, when the Muslims in the process of were awarded, the largest honeymoon in the history of Islam took place ever, the largest liniment ever even hybrid pales in comparison to her name, even hybrid pales in comparison to her name. So when they achieved what we would call 10s of millions of dollars now in our turn, maybe even 100 million and soft one is simply flabbergasted. He staggered at how much wealth and he sees an entire valley of sheep and camels. And he's just looking and drooling and all of this wealth, and the process of them says attachable man

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whether you are amazed at this, and he says yes, of course, who would it be? And so the president said, all of this is your score ticket.

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This is like a fortune, an entire valley of animals, camels and sheep and horses an entire valley it is all yours. And software. At that point in time. He says that

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such a gift can only come from the heart of a nebby

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This is a gift that is not human. No regular human can give it such a gift can only come from the heart of a nebby. At that point in time he says a shadow Allah Allah, Hoshino karasuma, someone needed to be bribed. And that bribe that was given was a bribe that no human could ever give. Because only our soul, only a nebby couldn't care less about money. Any one of us we have that wealth, we'll keep a little bit, a big bit for ourselves, give a little bit to others. When all of this is at the disposal of the processor, take it could have one word go take it. And so one is so shocked. He later narrates and is found in the books of theater and Hadeeth. He said that

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word that before the process of him gave me he was the most despised person to me, but he gave and he continued to give until nobody was more beloved to me than him. People like south wind who are wealthy who are used to a certain love of this dunya when they are shown really what love is more powerful than the love of the dunya That's lovely. When there are demonstrated to this, they see sincerity and so one realize this is a sincere man. And again brothers is what like to me, what is the most amazing thing about all of these stories that I've said this and again again, but inshallah and if perhaps the benefit that these people are interacting with the best human being.

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And they've lived with him since before Islam and after Islam, and yet still they do not see that he is true.

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Can you imagine? One of us does to give Dawa and people don't convert and we think Oh, these people their hearts are all sealed. helaas Allah is upon them.

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Rasulullah saw some amongst his own people. And to the very end. What convinces ecademy he's about to drown what convinces of one this major gift comes to him? What convinces other people other stories happen? Look at our Sophia still vacillating. This really shows us that Islam to somebody who has not been born and raised into it sometimes will be very difficult to accept. And we need to be on the more lacs and generous and giving side. If Rasulullah system could be refused and rejected so often by people that knew him. Who do we think we are to stand five minutes in front of an audience and think everybody's gonna convert as soon as my mouth opens up? This is arrogance and it

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is foolishness and it doesn't work that way. So So finally, eventually he converted to Islam. And he is an example of what is called what is referred to whom those whose hearts were basically, you know, captured by large amounts and eventually Islam did enter his heart and He died a Shaheed and he has a lot to Hebrew he became known as being a very great worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. Final incident will do for today. Java will resume again next Wednesday. The final conversion story. Again, a very beautiful conversion story is another senior leader of the kurush who didn't convert immediately. And that is suhaib an AMA. So hey, I've been ama

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who is so hated by ama. Everybody should know so it's very recent. Are they be

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they be the negotiator? Yes. He

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Is the negotiator, the one whose son is

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about gender. His son is about gender. This is where he'll have an AMA. So another senior leader now, so I live an hour. Now realized for us all, these are just names. There's things we need to understand, like, so far, David omiya, his young, his father is the the leader who died, asked for So hey, so hey, is to the age of omiya. So he is the elder guy. So Haley's like Abu sufian. As First of all, he's the young kid. He's like a crema. That's a generation younger than the Prophet system. Let's not compare. The people that oppose the process of the Buddha has the nomads and the oma years, excuse me, right? The people who oppose him, they're like Abu sufian. And so hey, they've

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been ama, these are the people that are still alive right now. So So hate is one of those that is still alive of the senior, the the people who actually did what they did. So when the the Sahaba, conquer maccha, so he becomes terrified. He locks himself in his house. He's terrified, he doesn't flee, he locks himself in his house, I'm worried now what's going to happen. And most of his sons had converted a number of them were in the army of the conquest, right, most of us have converted and a number and a number of them are in the army that are coming in. And he tells his eldest son Abdullah, to go and beg for forgiveness for the Prophet sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam, even those who

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his name was not on the list of those who are not forgiven. So technically, he is under the general forgiveness. But Sohail is terrified. And so he tells his son, Abdullah, he says to his son, I don't know anybody who is still alive, who has done more wrong to this man than me. Now, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but just a bit, because of the senior leaders. He's one of the few that's still alive.

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There are others who have done more, but of the senior leaders. He's one of the few that's still alive. And then he begins listening to his son. I participated at Bethel, and I was there at Oxford, and I was at Honda. And I showed him that harshness, Aqua davia. He knows this and he says it. I was the one who refused to budge at her they be and now I don't know what he will do to me. So go and beg for forgiveness. And you see that he feels now guilty and remorseful and insha Allah and you can sense that now Eman is coming into his heart. So Abdullah goes to the prophets of Salaam and he says Yasuda law. My father is asking for protection, even though as we said his name was not on the list,

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but he wants special protection. So the Prophet says that I'm said yes, he is protected by the protection of Allah. His son rejoiced and raced back to bring his father and he told his father, so he did an AMA that rasulillah system has given you protection to which Suhail said, Truly, this man has been righteous as a young boy and as an adult. And realize what a beautiful phrase, Truly this man has been righteous as a young man, before Islam, he was always known. And even as now an adult he is shown his righteousness of Allah. So Haley is probably now in his late 60s now, you know, because he's not the process some as a young boy. And so he's saying this is a person we know him

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his manner and characteristic from the very beginning. And the Prophet system told the Sahaba that when Sohail comes, give him respect, and do not stare at him meaning in a mean way, because they're all going to be angry, right? So don't stare at him, for he is a man of intelligence and honor to shut off in Walker. He is a man of intelligence and honor. And he is too intelligent to be ignorant and gentle of Islam. And if he sees benefit, then he shall accept Islam. Subhana Allah, look, the prophet system is even telling the Sahaba Don't show your anger just in your facial expressions don't show it. He's setting the stage for the man of honor to come and be received and will lie.

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Nobody asked for forgiveness from the Prophet system, except that he was forgiven to the conquest of UK, nobody, including Abdullah, even the one that became motivated, and the process of himself wanted to execute but Allah had will otherwise you know the story from last Wednesday, nobody asked for forgiveness, except that he was forgiven. So So he came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and after a conversation, he did not accept Islam immediately. But once again, he was given some time. And eventually, he converted to Islam after the conquest of Makkah, sorry, after the conquest of her name, and thought,

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the Battle of Haifa and the conquest of her name, he converted to Islam in the next month, and he also lived a life of charity and soda and zeca one more storyteller because again, I don't want to

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kind of I didn't realize the conquest of bucks.

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Take us What is this the fifth week now? But Mashallah hamdullah there's so many beautiful stories, one more inshallah so that we can minimize next week, very simple and very beautiful story.

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And that is the conversion of, perhaps the oldest man in MK alive at this time in Abuja, kochava in Abuja kochava, the father of aboubaker.

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Alcohol sorry, the father of a worker, not even enough to qualify as a worker, a worker offers workers father, the conversion of Abou kochava Abou kochava.

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At this point in time, is completely blind. And he cannot walk except with difficulty and he needs a guide, and I will kochava

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refuse to convert to Islam, for throughout the entire prophetic message. You know what he did during the hijra? You know that he expressed his anger and animosity to Abu Bakar himself and the family of Abu Bakar. And he was of those who verbally was opposed to the message and teachings of Islam. And he was not able to physically come to the gathering of the Haram in the hood but because he's too old, but when the Prophet system was sitting and accepting the oath of allegiance, so a smart Binti Abu Bakar, the granddaughter of Abu kochava, brought her grandfather by the hand and was leading him to the Prophet salallahu idea. He was setting them to get the oath of allegiance, and Abu Bakar was

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sitting with the Prophet salallahu it he was setting them as well. And when I woke up came, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to Abu Bakar Hello, Dr. Shi. T. Phil bait. Hello, why didn't you leave the share? The old man, we would have come to him in his house panela this is an amazing phrase here. Why didn't you leave the old man? And he called them the chef and the chef meant the old man. Why didn't you leave the chef we would have come to him. And a worker said No, well, I rasulillah it is more befitting he comes to you. And such humility. This did not our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say he is not of us who doesn't show respect to our elders and mercy to

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our youngers. This is it here. He is not others who does not show respect to our elders. So the process of showing respect to the elder, the elder oldest person in Makkah. And also we clearly notice here, a very simple point. And that is, why is Abu kochava being shown such respect

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because of a worker, because of a worker, none of the other elders got shown this respect. And this shows us how you treat people based on their rank and their lineage and what and what they have done and what their families have done. There's nothing Islamic about this. This is not just common sense, it is Islamic, when there's a noble family, when there is a person that's done something that person's brother, that person is relative, automatically, you will treat that person in a way that is different. And there's nothing on Islamic about this, the reason why our coffee is being given this first class upgrade, that the process is saying you should have left him we would have come to

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him. It's not because of Abu kochava. It's because of the son of Abu hanifa is because of who Booker is. And the Prophet system is showing a worker aboubaker status, not a worker status, you should have left him at home, I would have come to him. And Abu Bakr knows who the Prophet system is. And he says no, he should have come to you. And they spoke for a while and eventually about kochava agrees to accept Islam. And the famous Hadith which is lots of filth to be derived from it, but not quite about the conquest of Makkah. But a book offers beard and hair was completely white pigeon, white, nothing but White is probably at this stage. 80 years old, completely white and the process

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and tells the women and the family around America, that when you go home, then change this whiteness, but avoid black and from this the fifth cause derive that those who have completely white hair and beards and hair, they should change it to another color, not white and not black, or by black we should say the color that is naturally there. So a red haired person should not dye it red. Whatever is your natural hair color, you dye something else to show that it's a dye thing. And this is the primary ID that is used to show that dyeing the hair that is pure white is Sunnah, but you should avoid black. Now there's a narration here mentioned by the famous Hadith scholar of our terms

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of what's happened when he mentioned the narration. I couldn't find it in in my sources, but I trust shuffleboards How can this regard that when the one half put his hand in the hand of the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah who will send them to take the oath of allegiance? Will Booker began to cry and sob and so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that

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Yeah, Bubba, why are you crying? This is such a happy day that your father has accepted Islam. And abubaker says, Yeah, rasulillah How I wish that the hand that I'm seeing now is the hand of your uncle herbal body, rather than the hand of my own father. How do I wish that the hand I'm seeing now is the hand of obado, meaning everybody's accepting Islam Now, everybody, and even my father, whom I never ever imagined to accept Islam. And his father is of the age of his father is not even the generation of Abu sufian. This is the generation before, right. And the only person that we know of that's still alive of that generation is the father of aboubaker. Everybody else of that generation,

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we don't know of them in the spirit at this time. So memories are coming back that are associated with that generation. And when I was accepting Islam, all aboubaker can think of era Sula, I would give up anything, I would give up my own father's Islam, to see the Islam of someone who was your father figure your full uncle, and that is about it. And what law he this type of love, it is beyond words will lie. There's nothing I can say here. I cannot is I can't do justice. What type of human is there? Well, like what type of love is there, that abubaker is crying, because he wants a pleasure to the Prophet system that is more pleasurable to him than the Islam of his own father. And

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that is Islam lovable boy, he is crying because it's saying I would have given this up, because I know how happy you would have been. And he feels. Yeah, it's a type, how to phrase it like he feels a little bit selfish, that I am taking honor and glory on this day are Sorolla when it should be your relative. That's how the love that he has, he feels, I'm taking it away from you, yada yada. I shouldn't be this happy, he should be your happiness, and I will gladly have handed it over to you. If that opportunity were there. What type of love is this will lie that Abu Bakar has for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it is something really and truly beyond any words that we can say.

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inshallah, our time is up for today. We still have some final conversion stories left and then inshallah inshallah next week, we will wrap up the conquest of Makkah. Well, I took much longer than I thought, but inshallah there's benefit in this. And the goal really is to be detailed. I don't want to skip over anything. The goal is to go into every single benefit and detail that is beneficial to us, inshallah. And we have a few minutes for questions today. Usually, we don't have time for questions we have a few minutes before. So that Alicia for questions. Yes.

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From what we know, so soft line a bit omiya received a portion of the spoils of war. Not all of them. It was much more than that even. That's the point the spoils of war wasn't just one Valley, but soft one was of those who received one of the largest portions and shares.

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Okay.

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Other questions? Yes.

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giving his honor.

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Those who

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pay more for example, than in our times like

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a corner or

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pretty sure Dr. Bashar is sitting here if you give us $50,000 we'll give you your parking lot right in front of the front of the budget. No problem you have not a problem at all. Okay. Yes, you can. Well, I was the problem and that Why is that a problem? You we show we show honor to people in this world who deserve honor, and we leave Allah's blessings to Allah subhana wa Taala. In this world, somebody who has done service for Islam, we show him an honor, and that honor should be proportional and relative did not our prophet SAW said him say that in them in Italy in Isla de la he tada a part of showing Glory to Allah subhana wa tada is to show glory to an elderly Muslim who's grown up in

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Islam. He is a sharp shaper, the one that has white hair, and to a ruler that is ruling justly, and to a habit of or on the one who has memorized the Quran, who acts upon it. In them in Nigeria, Illa Allah, Allah to Allah. So we're showing honor to Allah by showing honor to three categories who have done things for Islam. The one of them has lived his whole life righteously, and now he's reached an elderly age. It's part of showing Glory to Allah to show him glory. Another is the just Muslim ruler, which is rarely cited these days in dangerous species.

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I don't think we have seen one for millennials. But theoretically they exist somewhere but not in the world we live in apparently right now, especially in light of latest tragedies in Egypt or not, but in any case, let me not start on that one, but the just Muslim ruler, and the third one is the hamedan Koran halal hollyfield Jaffe, Allah Jaffe, I'm the one who is memorize the Hold on What is this show us? What does it show us? The one who has done good for Islam, we show him honor in this world.

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So the one who has built a Masjid, there's nothing wrong. If you Yanni give him a little bit stronger handshake, smile a little bit more in his presence, then you would write and just show him a little bit more respect. Realizing that you don't want to cause him a fitna either realizing that you don't want to ruin his intention. But yes, for you and us when we find somebody like this. It is a part of our religion to show this person a little bit more respect and honor for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Okay, you hadn't had Reza would you?

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know, I think that was my slip of the tongue. Yeah. I think that's my silver tongue. Let me check back with as far as I remember him did not see, at least in a bit is how I'll check back tonight, but I don't think Rasulullah has mentioned that's my slip of the tongue. Good point.

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So the Sahaba are lined up behind the profits are some of the women are in front, right. So Abu sufian was there Omar was there. So when she says this or Omar, just it's such an unexpected answer will lie. It is you know, any it's completely out of the blue, that Omar just started laughing and fell back onto a rock that who was behind him. It shows us God. It shows us the humanity of them. They can even take a joke. Yes. Final question. Go ahead. Yes.

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So there's an afterlife about women dying the same color or not.

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But insha Allah the strongest position is that this prohibition does not apply to women, that women can dye their hair black and that is applicable to men only. And Allah knows best