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Seerah – 95 The Year of Delegations – Part 2

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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi continues to divulge details on the different delegations that were sent as part of their prerogative to make as many as possible people convert to Islam.

A few listed in this lecture are as follows:

  • Wa’il ibn Hujr – He is from the town of Hadramaut, Yemen
  • Delegation of Taif – Urwah ibn Mas’ud, who was the leader of the Taqif tribe in Taif accepted Islam.

The conversion of the pagans of Taqif was a long and arduous process as their belief in idols was unparalleled. How did the impossible then become possible? Listen intently to discover interesting facts.

An interesting issue that happened in Taif is relating to the statement made by the Prophet ﷺ to the people of Taif wherein he told them initially that they need not pay Zakat and do Jihad, only to withdraw the statement and reverse his statement. What made him do this?

  • He believed that the light of Iman would finally make a foray into their hearts even though they were opposing now.
  • The leader has the right to accept aforesaid conditions for new Muslims for a short duration of time but he can at any point in time reverse his decision in order to implement the right rules of Islam.

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi. Germaine, I'm about. So we were still doing the year of delegations. And who can remind me to When did you have delegations began and when did it last until from what year to what year?

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So he aged off five through nine, we can say is when all of the delegations arrived. So why do we call the year of delegations only the ninth year then, when the delegations came from the fifth to the ninth.

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Most of them came in the ninth year of the hedgerows. So that is why the 90 of the casuals called the year of delegations. And as I said, For today's topic, last week's maybe even next two weeks, I don't know how many incidents I'm going to do myself, because again,

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this is the only time to talk about them. We skipped over a lot of the delegations in the fifth sixth seventh year because we were eager to talk about conduct and her baby. And all of these uses a big juicy things. So we didn't talk about the minor delegations. And frankly, we don't even know the exact date and month of most of them. So this is where even if it has happened others, they actually mentioned a lot of delegations that even came in the seventh or eighth year, but they just put them here because it's just convenient, because this is when the delegations came, so we have to go a little bit back and forth, chronologically. Nonetheless, it's, at least thematic wise, it makes

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sense to talk about all of the delegations today. So I'm going to begin today with the first delegation chronologically that we're going to do so we go back to maybe even the seventh or eighth year of the hedger, and that is the delegation of the tribe of DOS, the delegation of the tribe of dos. And this is interesting for a number of reasons.

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The tribe of dos

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is a Yemeni tribe, and the leader of the tribe, the chieftain of the tribe, his name is to fade an AMA a dosi to fail an AMA dosi. And the story of the fate of Anambra dosi. I briefly mentioned it maybe three years ago in the McCann era. So I'll go over it again very quickly, and then talk about the delegation to failure by Ama dosi. He is the chieftain he is the leader of the entire tribe of dos. He came to perform oma and MK on the processor was still being persecuted. What years this may be the seventh year of the dharwad notary journal, the seventh year of the dour may be the eighth maybe the ninth, we don't know exactly when, towards the end, when the persecution hadn't reached a

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level of assassination. But it was very uncomfortable when the kurush had made it a policy that anybody who comments would be warned against the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so went to failure and Ammar arrived in Makkah, the kurush were very happy. He's the leader. He's the chieftain, they greeted him, they welcomed him. And then they said, careful now one of our nephew's one of our sons, meaning one of our tribesmen has become a magician. He's a Sahil stavroula. And he is able to break the bonds between father and son, and brother and brother, simply by listening to his speech, you become mesmerized, and to face that they kept on telling me this until I became

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terrified of this man. So much. So he said that, when I would go to the carrabba, to present to in front of the idols, I would put my stuff my ears with cotton, so that I don't hear anything from the Prophet sallallahu. Either he was setting them and one day he went to present to one of the idols and he had stuffed his ears with cotton. And lo and behold, the processor was praying a Sala and he was reciting Quran. So to fail, said despite the cotton that doesn't, you know, doesn't block everything. I could still hear the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them and he said, I have never heard anything like this. It had an impact on me. So I began speaking to myself reprimanding

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myself that Why can't you listen to him? What's the big deal? You are a smart man, you are an intelligent man. You're a poet. You are shy. You know truth from falsehood. Listen to them and see what he has to say. And if there's any good then accepted if there's not then rejected, so he took off the cotton and he wanted the prophet SAW said and he said yeah, Mohammed Salim. Your people have come to me warning me against you. And so for a few days, I have not come to you at all. But I heard you recite, and I want to hear what you have to say if it is good, then. So be it and if it is bad,

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then so be it. So he was an intelligent fourth word, man. And so the Prophet salallahu it he was setting them, sat him down and invited him to Islam told him what Islam is about, recited the Quran to him. And then, after all of this to fail, embraced Islam on the spot, in fact, it is said he only recited sort of follow up and Solanas and Sunil airfloss. Just the last three suitors and to fail was so mesmerized and impressed he accepted Islam immediately, and so to fail, became a Muslim in middle Mecca, the middle era of Makkah. And he said to the process of I will go back to my tribe and invite them to Islam as well make do out for me. So the process and made do out for him and for his

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tribe and this hadith is in Bahati, this portion of it that

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two phases said make to our from our tribe, and so the presence that Allahumma de dos de la de dos De La Hoya de dos, our la guide the tribe of DOS, pause here some people say this dog was made in Medina and some say this dog was made in Mecca because the phage visited in Makkah and in Medina, so to fail visited the process of in Makkah, he also visited in Medina, that's what we're talking about him now because he's going to come as a delegation. So some historians say this to our was made in Medina, so we don't know when exactly it was made. What do am I talking about Allahumma de dos Allahumma de dos allama de dos three times he made that all of those embrace Islam. So he either

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made it now or he made it 10 years from now, we don't know exactly when, in any case, he did tell. So far they've been ama, that go back to your people and be gentle with them. Be gentle with them. Don't be too strict and harsh, be gentle with them, and maybe they will be guided to Islam, so to fade once back to his people. And he continued calling to Islam. And it is said that on the same day he returned his father, his mother, his wife, they all embraced Islam, one by one. He was very beloved to his people. He was the chieftain, so his entire family embraced Islam. And slowly but surely more and more people embraced Islam until it has said over 80 families had embraced Islam at

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his hands 80 families from the tribe of those had embraced Islam, and to fail made an offer to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was in Makkah, that messenger of Allah, why don't you come to my protected fortress, meaning emigrate to Yemen, emigrate to my land. And it is clear that Allah azza wa jal did not give him that permission, because we know that the process was looking to emigrate. So he was an offer before Medina and our process of did not take it, he did not take it because Allah did not give him permission and Allah did not give him permission because Allah had willed for him to go to yesterday to Medina. So he did not go to to fail tribe, but still it is very

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significant that to fail actually offered protection. So this is the status of to fail, even amor and then to fail, decided to emigrate to Medina. And so he came to Medina, not just as a delegate, but actually as an immigrant. So he wasn't just a delegation towards he came in, he came back Rather, he actually decided to give up being the chieftain to leave his tribe, and to become a mohajir. to emigrate to Medina. And it is easy for me to say this, but I want you to imagine and visualize what this would have meant for to failure of an AMA, right, that this is not something that he's not being persecuted wherever he is. He is the chieftain of his tribe. He has the status

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and there is he has lineage and land he has, so to decide to give up. And Eman was so strong in the people that embraced Islam with him, that many of them decided to come with him to Medina, as well. And so he arrived in Medina, according to some reports, he arrived at the Battle of Claiborne and according to someone was after the Battle of labor. And

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there was and one of the reasons why this story is so interesting, and some handleless really amazing for us to think about this, that here is Ahmed Veneto file. Having embraced Islam, he asked the processor to bless him to make dua for him. He goes back to his people. And one person converts at his hand from his tribe, who was to become really one of the greatest legacies of our oma from the tribe of dos.

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From the tribe of DOS, Abu hurayrah, Abdur Rahman dibny Sahara dosi.

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So Abu hurayrah converted at his hands in Yemen, and one, two faded and Ahmed emigrated to Medina. So Abu huraira emigrated with him.

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So Abu huraira is a part of this batch that comes towards the very end in fact, who, most likely he me

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graded in the middle of the eighth year of the hedger. So he only stayed with the process and literally two years or so. That's it. But as we know, a boiler is called the preserver of the sooner that nobody narrated the quantity of a hadith that Abu hurayrah narrated, even though he was only with the process for around two years. And why is this, he himself explained that I had given up everything, marriage and earning or is I would literally stay in the masjid, without any food without anything, just to be with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he himself the story of of what Halo is a very interesting one. I mean, we're not going to talk about it now. But he

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would say that sometimes I'd be so hungry. I would just ask us a hobby a question, walking outside in the masjid, having no need of the question or the answer. I know better than him. But just hoping that the answer would take me all the way to his house. Then when I'm at the door, he will offer me something. Right. So this is a boyhood era of drama, soccer a dosi that he narrated so many a hadith over 5500, a hadith narrated by Christopher Abu huraira, no other Sahabi has that many a few come close to Java, they come to 4000 plus bahala is basically number one on this list, even though he did not accompany the process of as much as the other Sahaba did. But it is interesting, and

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Subhanallah it all over the blessings aboard IRA.

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All of them all of the hessonite he will get the full reward. But also, who else will get it to fate of an AMA? Right? And that's why I keep on saying never trivialize any good deed that you do. You don't know. Never trivialize the available number. Most people have never heard of him. Right. Most people have never heard of him. But here he is. All of the Hacienda Heights of Abu hurayrah. Right to fade up and Amber has has a share in them, because he's the one who is guiding him to Islam. So never trivialize any good deed that we do. So this is the story of the the delegation of byte of a dose. Another very interesting delegation is the delegation of why it had been murdered. Why it had

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been her job.

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And why they've been heard. You know, this is happening in the ninth year. So chronologically, we're fine as for failure, but our most likely is the seventh or eighth year, so it's before the ninth by a year. But why have they been herders coming in the ninth year? So chronologically, we're fine. why they've been Hojo. why they've been Hojo was from the town of hell, but almost everybody knows what that is. It is in sonatas in Yemen, and how the remote Yemen, as we have said many times before, Yemen was one of the few places where there were many kingdoms in Arabia, Yemen had small kingdoms, lots of little kingdoms. Maybe it was the remnants from the Queen of Sheba time that Yemen was not

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as tribal it was mini kingdoms, and why they've been Hojo. His great grandfather was one of those kings. In fact, his grandfather was one of those kings. So he is a royal blood, he is of royal blood, and why even Hojo when he was in the ninth year of the hedgerow, before he came to Medina, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam announced to the Sahaba that there shall come to you want it had been heard. You're one of the Ashraf Yanni, one of the princes, if you like, of Yemen, one of the nobleman, we can say one of the princes of Yemen, there shall come to what it had been her job, one of the princes of Yemen, and he is coming, wanting to embrace Islam without any pressure being

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put on him meaning at all, he went for Islam, nobody fought him. He wants to come and embrace Islam. So this is he's telling the Sahaba so that they can be honored that they can honor why they've been herded. And so when one came three days before he came to process them, predicted he would be coming. And this is another of the miracles of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and when what In came the process of honored him, like he really hardly ever honored anybody else. In fact, it is narrated, he did something I have not come across this in any other person. Maybe it is narrated, I haven't come across the narration, he actually brought him on to the member with him,

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that he caused him to come up to the member with him. And this is a very big honor, that alongside the process of him, there was what it had been. And he made him sit down on his own radar. So this was a custom of the Arabs at the time that you would honor somebody by taking off your cloak and putting it for him, and then they would sit on that cloak. And it is rare that the process of did this he did do this on for other people it is very rare. So he did this for why it even Hojo and he may do it for what and and for the children of why and what is said to him, he complained that that my family have taken away my right from me. Meaning what Who can tell me

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the throne, the throne This is always the case right royal families always

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The case one Prince fights and other and he feels himself qualified. This is the son of Allah in His creation, that all princes always fight over the throne. And he feels himself qualified. And he said, my family have taken my right from me meaning some cousin, I don't know, I don't know the details, maybe the books of history mentioned, but I didn't go down this route of who did what, and the tribes of Yemen. So one of his family members has sat on the throne, and he feels I am supposed to be there. So what did I process that I'm saying, I said, I will give you better than that. Meaning what?

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Jenna through Islam, Jenna through Islam, I will give you better than that you've given up something, I promise you better than that, right? And so Subhanallah, literally, we can say, Islam will give you more than a king, being a Muslim will get you more. And of course, we know this from the explicit Hadith of the process. And I'm that the lowest person of gender, the lowest person of gender,

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the process that comes a lot of xojo will say to him, go ahead and wish and wish and wish and as much as he wishes, then Allah says that you have all of the riches of this world and 10 times like it, no king of this world has even one 10th of the riches, whereas the lowest person agenda will have 10 times the blessings of this world, you have Komala, right. So imagine, so this is a very beautiful Hadith that literally a claimant to the king, a claimant to the throne, is told by the process of Don't worry, I'll give you something better than your kingdom. So in sha Allah, every one of us in sha Allah, that's our optimism and hope with Allah, every one of us, we have something

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better than an entire kingdom if we are faithful to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And there's an interesting tidbit mentioned here. And another again, all of these stories, all of these stories, I mean, if you notice each story is just has its own benefit, right? There's nothing constant in all of these. So this is an interesting tidbit that I came across about what it had been that. So he embraced Islam, he accepted Islam, and the process of them, gave him the governorship of a small area of Yemen. So he is a royal blood, he deserves to be this. So he sent the process that I'm sent with him while we're in Abu sufian as an escort to go to that place, and then you know, set things

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up and then come back. So while we're in Abu sufian, we all know why he is going to become

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the halifa. But that is after how many years? After 45 years after 40 years or so. Right? He's going to become the halifa. So right now, while we is barely 18 years old, is a young man, fresh completely. So more Alia, is sent with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and

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sorry, he's not the process some sense, I'm not with him. It's with Wyatt, and why it is on his camel. And while he is walking, so he asks, Why

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can I ride with you?

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And while he's just a brand new convert, he's still upon his old ways.

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And he says it is not befitting that someone like you rides with kings. So he feels himself kingly, even though technically he's not a king. But hey, this is what happens when you are raised in royal blood. You feel this so it's not befitting and I can't put you on my camel. Okay. So then where are we at who at the time was dirt poor? His shoes were very tattered. So he said, at least let me wear your shoes. As we're walking, because it's hot. The you know, the stones are hot. So what do you think he's gonna say? It is not befitting that the shoes of the king are given to you. So while we are complaints, he says but it's the aromas the pebbles are hot. And so what it says take comfort

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from the shadow of my camel. Like just very

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I mean May Allah forgive them they are Sahabi but still you sense that he is now in his kingly phase. And this also shows by the way just because you convert to Islam, you don't almost instantaneously become Mashallah who know that he is a Muslim now, but he's still viewing himself you know, as so he doesn't have the block right now of sharing and whatnot that it's gonna come by the way is going to come he becomes more shallow but at this stage now, who does know how to become

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the king, the first king of Islam, he is the king. Where are we as a king because he starts to dynasty right? while he is a king, he's a man. He's a medic, he isn't in the end of the day, if you can call him a Khalifa but he is also a king. He starts a dynasty and God Allah, wa it also lives along life. Okay, you see where this is heading and what is sent as a delegate to muawiya.

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And so he enters into Maui and now Maui is on the throne.

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While is now the delegates and so she was wondering I assume that Eliza right? See how Allah azza wa jal changes things around. Right? See how Allah azza wa jal Annie, this is the hikma that Allah knows that while we are now is a 17 year old kid, then he's a 60 year old man. And of course, he remembers that day.

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And he reminds one of that day, that you remember that such and such a day, when we were on that journey, you didn't even give me your shoes or your capital to write on. And what it says How I wish I had done that now, maybe the situation has turned now. Now while he has a favor over him. And he needs that favor, because while he is the king, right? And this again shows us not that we should be so selfish, but never underestimate or trivialize who you're doing good to how that person will turn up and end up and when you will be able to benefit back from that, right. You never know. So Pamela, who could have ever imagined that at that point in time, at that point in time, it was inconceivable

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that the family of Abu sufian would somehow because while it was a fan is a late convert. He converted grudgingly if you remember, right, conquest of Makkah, he was to the last minute Yeah. And he not very keen, and he was not.

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He was not rich. He had he had, he had blood, but he didn't have money. He had Linda's, you know, money. Nobody could ever have imagined that the kings of Yemen, right, their status would become nothing with the establishment of the Islamic caliphate. And while we have been abused, soufiane would become Mashallah typological Allah, who he became, and Subhanallah look at how, you know, things change. And by the way, so what an individual eventually Then, during the the Civil War, and after this incident of reading, wow, he actually decided to join the side of it, even if you thought it, and he fought at Safin on the side of it. So while it was one of the most significant leaders

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and nobleman on the side of olive and everybody, and also one of the reasons being that, generally speaking, the people of Yemen sided with it in the Civil War, but that's a separate point. In any case, here's as I said, it's just an interesting point. Be careful who you don't give your favorites to be careful, you still do it, because in the end of the day, it will come back and haunt you. Okay, the the big story of today. And I delayed it to last because in Charlotte is the most important story. The big story for today. And it is a story that really is the most significant of the delegations of the ninth year of the hero is the delegation from the tribe of Akif. The

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delegation from the tribe of felt safe, we all know the tribe of thought by now.

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The tribe of Yemen,

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the tribe of Sorry, I thought if the tribe of thought if and it was the tribe that the Battle of her name was fought against the Battle of her name, and the siege of her name was fought against this is the same tribe that rejected the process of them. This is the same tribe that rebel This is the same tribe that out of the entire province of hijabs The only tribe that is still remaining upon paganism is the tribe of se. So remember when the process of them left them, he said, Let them be they will come to us. And the Sahaba initially said, No, no, we need to fight again. When they kept on losing, then they listened to the processor, and they let them be. And that's exactly what happened. that

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eventually they realized that they needed to come back to the profitsystem and negotiate. And one of the incidents made them very scared to negotiate. And I did not mention this incident before. So we'll mention it now even though it took place

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in the eighth year, but I didn't mention it then. So we're going to mention it now because it's related to this their fear of coming to Medina. So in the eighth year of the Hydra one, the process,

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encircled them and put a siege on them.

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A certain member of them embraced Islam. And his story is very interesting, and I glossed over it intentionally because it fits in perfectly with this issue of the year of the delegation. In fact, one of their most respected leaders embraced Islam, and he is roadwatch been in Masood Azhar coffee. rotowire been Masood Azhar coffee. Now. I'm always embarrassed to ask you guys because you embarrass everybody, including myself and yourselves when you can't answer the question. Who is there a way of an investor with a cup of tea? We have discussed him before or whatever University within a coffee. He has not just thought it because now I forgot to mention. He has a central story for Overwatch

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through the Sofie central story in this era. One of the most beautiful narrations that when I say it, you're all going to smack your head and say

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No, no, no, no. That's a bobble seat and No.

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Anybody? Oh, wait a minute Masuda coffee, every one of you knows what he said. Every one of you.

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Very good. Michelle, at least one of the sisters has redeemed you. Exactly. And what did he say that is so famous.

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Excellent, you have one phrase and hamdulillah there is more so so just to refresh your memory. So rotowire been Massoud was one of the most senior nobleman of the tribe of motif. And when who they be took place when the process of them camped outside of the day, BIA, he happened to be in MK for omoto. for business, you happen to be in Mk. And when he saw the anger the back and forth, he felt aggrieved that, again, from his perspective, this is a tribal warfare between the Qureshi is very hurt. How could you do this? He felt grieved. So he said to the Irish, Don't you trust me? Am I Aren't I a son to you? Aren't I a father to you? Am I not one of you? Didn't I do and he mentioned

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all of the good. And this is the way that they would emphasize the correlation who is going to come to the big point. So then he says, If you do this, let me go and bring some reconciliation. And Abu sufian and others allowed him to go so far, the big guys, they allowed him to go represent the corporation, this is a big deal. And it shows us his status that the forays are allowing a third coffee guy to go and represent them. This is before suhaila been hammered. This is before anybody. So this is before the parachutes themselves come. So the final person from the non Horridge to go was an investor with a coffee. And he was the one who, when when he was sitting in front of the

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prophet SAW Selim, so he said, You have one of two choices. Either you win over your own tribe, and you kill them all. And I don't know of any person who was destroyed his own tribe and come out the victor, meaning How could you do that? Or they come and they do and they fight you. And then he looked around, and he said something that and I don't see anybody here that is worthy of a fight. I don't see anybody here, who's nuts up and shut off that I know, this is a bunch of riffraff hodgepodge that have come together? Because again, from his perspective, what is he seeing?

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Poor people and

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slaves and

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non non different tribes? This is the main point slaves is right. Poor is right. But even more to him. Is that what's combining all of these people together? Nothing. Nothing from his perspective. So it goes, as soon as they see the enemy, all of them will run away, because they have nothing to fight under, there's no banner, because from his mind, the only boundary can be janelia. And that is asabi. And that is tribalism. Right. And this was when Abu Bakar gave him a very vile, vulgar curse, which one of the very few things that have been talked about is that I did not even translate it out of respect. One of the few things even though the controversial stuff I mentioned, but his curse, I

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did not translate because it is a vulgar and vile curse. And so I didn't even translate that, by the way, I'm still not going to translate it. But this is when Abu Bakar became viral with him used a very vulgar terminology with him. So we said How surprising is that I will buckle who's known for his softness, this is one of the most over the top of it. What else happened at Arabia right now. So he was stroking the beard of the process of this is Aurobindo, mushroom, right? And his nephew, his nephew, mahira. Molina, I've been sure but took the scabbard and smacked him on the hand and said, Get your hand away from the beard of the prophet SAW Islam, because the Arabs had the custom of

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stroking the beard of a peer of a contemporary as a sign of just, you know, just like relaxing and whatnot, just like friendliness, like, you know, they would stroke the beard of the elders of each other. So, of course, this is not befitting with the prophecies that have so Mattila smacks him with the back of the sword, not that so he says, Who is that? Because muslera had his turban on and the process of them said Don't you know, this is your own nephew? Molina was his nephew literally. Molina was the tribe of tribal thief he had accepted Islam, if you remember, he had done a crime right and he had murdered before Islam. And he had brought the money to the process of them after

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embracing Islam with that money and the process of said ask for your Islam I accept it as for your money, we cannot accept it. Because this is you have done something wrong. And so

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his uncle said which is earlier said that oh trader, we are still cleansing.

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The the filth that you left behind, meaning, the problems you caused us, I still have to deal with that. Okay, so he's the one who said that and then he said the same

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line when he went back to the college. Then he said that famous paragraph that will lie is the height of eloquence that he said we I went over all of it. But remember, what did he say that I have visited

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the Kings that I have visited kisara and Heiser and joshy. Now, pause here. So the fact that he's visited shows he's not just an average person, he is one of the senior leaders of the tribe of 13. He has been on delegations that have gone to these tribes. And I have not seen anybody who was respected more by his people than us hobble Mohammed in the US have a hammer system respected there. So have one law, he he never spat, except that they caught it he never did will do, except that they would fight over his water. And they were sitting with as if they have birds on their heads, meaning complete respect, complete silence with their heads down. And all that when he says something, they

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would race to see who could be the first to fulfill it. And this is really interesting, because the Sahaba never described themselves like this. This is an external person describing because they're not going to praise themselves, this is understood for them. So rotowire at the time is not a Muslim, and he is describing what he sees as a non Muslim. I'm pretty impressed and amazed and this is Ottawa and by the other things about Ottawa. So again, this is the time we talked about earlier. So living going to a little bit more of his biography that Trudeau is in fact referenced in the Koran directly. Well, not by name, obviously, but

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any specific reference of Ottawa and that is in the Quran. wakanow Lola lucilla hado for Allah Raja limited Korea, cheney of him. They said, Why isn't this Koran revealed to one of the two great men in the two great cities?

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Why is it a real one of the men in the two great cities?

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The two great cities are McCann Tov,

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and the two great men are actually they will mahira the father of Harlan Waleed, and

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our men are wearing a suit. Right? So

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far is generally the type of boom of zoom. Sorry, well, he didn't molera the subtract bunam of zoom. He was the one who said this, that if Allah was going to reveal a Koran, surely he would have revealed to me or to the other big guy.

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This is his his philosophy. Right? And so Allah quoted him in the Quran, we'll call it a low low New Zealand huddle Quran, Allah Arjuna minakari attaining a homey oxymoron. Arabic, are they the ones who decide where does mercy go down? But the point being that odawara been Massoud was the one person that the people of color, I said, Look, if they're going to get the honor, then this is the man who should go to. So this is urban mushroom, coffee, and that is a very high praise for a kurachi to say, Well, if the Quran were to come down, then at least he should get it rather than this young man from his perspective, Mohammed, you see the point here, right? Also, he's mentioned

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in the Hadith as well, Masuda safavi and that is the famous Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim that the process of wanting to start a marriage.

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And he said, I saw all of the prophets and, more sadly, his Salaam I saw Moosa and musar looks like a person from the tribe of Shenandoah, the tribe of shanwa. The tribe of Shannon was called as shanwa. And in our times, for those of you familiar with this, the tribe of Ahmed De Anza. Ronnie, this comes from a shadow, by the way, the tribe of Genoa. So he's saying Moosa looks like somebody from Shinola. What do people of Chicago look like? The people of Chicago are known for their sharp features, their aquiline nose, their noses are very sharp, and their skin colors typically are on the darker side, I guess something like me, so their skin colors are brownish. So, the process of

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saying that Moosa resembles somebody from Shinola and Chanel, we said they have an aqualen aquiline nose, and they also are known for their brownish skin color. And so he said Moosa looks like that. And he said, I saw their name out of him. And the one who resembles him the most is or what have been Masood Azhar coffee.

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And I saw Ibrahim,

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who resembles him the most.

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And the one who resembles him the most is your own companion. means he's a carbon copy of Ibrahim alayhis salam. So Abraham Ali, Sam looks like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So how do I even Massoud resembles a seven Imodium? So what does it look like? Because if we know what Earl looks like, we know what it's like. In fact, we know a little bit what Risa Memorial has been described as so because our processes described Risa so it's amazing. He is telling the Sahaba if you look at Ottawa, that's what it looks like. But for

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We don't know what it all looks like. Correct. So we know descriptions of ERISA in the Hadith. So by reading descriptions of ERISA, we can reconstruct, or other words for the opposite for us. So our processor has described the ISA as being a broad shoulders. And he's described as having glistening hair, as if he's come out to have a shower, like his hair is glistening, and he is on the lighter complexion. By the way, the notion that modern movies and whatnot have that Jesus is a Western man is ridiculous. And they know this, right? He's always a Anglo Saxon, you know, white Anglo Saxon Protestant. It's ludicrous. Jesus does not look like a European. Obviously, he Isa is a Middle

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Eastern, he says Bani Israel. And so if you look at the actors that play him all the time, you know, they're going to be I mean, even they know this, that Isa could not look like this or Isa looks like a middle Easterner because he is the of the children of Abraham and Islam is a Middle Eastern. And so the process that says the roto diversity, it looks like him. And we know that he has broad shoulders, broad forehead, glistening hair. That's how he describes it seven Imodium? And so odawa would look something like this. Oh, by the way, in the same hadith of regard to mention, he said, and they saw Djibouti, and Djibouti looks the most like the here. The LLB and the helical B was

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another companion, who was considered to be the most handsome person. in Medina, he was considered to be the most handsome man in Medina. And so he said that he basically Djibouti is exceedingly handsome, like they can be in any case, this is this is Evan Masuda sell coffee, what is he got to do with our story. So revenue is sort of the therapy after the the siege of life and her name. And this is in the middle part of the 18th of the hijra. So in the process of returned back, or Ottawa, left the city and caught up with him,

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or Ottawa, left the city and caught up with him on the way back to Medina. And he embraced Islam on route.

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On the way back before even they arrived at the city, he embraced Islam. And the Prophet system told them to join them in Medina. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, because at the time when you embraced Islam, by and large, it was expected you're going to immigrate, especially if your tribe is not a Muslim tribe. So he said, O Messenger of Allah. No, let me go back to my people. Let me go back to life. Now thought if they've just fought a battle with them, they've just had a siege weeks, goes, let me go back to my thought if, and let me call them to Islam. And the Prophet says, Adam said, I am scared of the people have thought for you, that they may kill you. I mean, if they find

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out, you're Muslim, they may kill you. And odawa said, the out of Sula law, they love me more than they love their own daughters.

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They love me more than they love their own daughters. And if they found me asleep, they would not even wake me up. Meaning This is how much they care and love for me. So this is oh was and will lie. This was true. Before Islam. This was true. They admired Allah, He is their leader. And so the process of him gave him permission, you want to go back, go back, right. And he arrived back at around Muslim time. And when his people did not know he had embraced Islam, because he had done this without telling them. And so when he arrived back, they all came to greet him from whatever his journey was. I don't know what story he gave them. I don't know what he told them. But they assumed

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he had gone on a journey. And when he came back, they came to greet him. And so he tells them the same night that I have embraced Islam, and I encourage you to embrace Islam. And this is the beauty of Islam. I realized this is right after the siege. We're still literally in the eighth year after the siege, and they flipped immediately. And they cursed him and they gave him all of the worst land isn't everything. And he was distressed and distraught. But anyway, he decided to remain and selected federal time. He got up and his house was on the I mean, thought if as you know, it is on a mountain. So his house must have been a you know, one of the better houses on the slope of the

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mountain. And so he got on the roof of his house, maybe there was a terrorist or a veranda. And we're assuming all this because why else would he do this? And he gave the Zahn on the roof of his house to pray fudger and when he reads a Chateau de la Ilaha, Illallah, Muhammadan. Sula, an arrow came out of the dark and struck him. So his own people

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executed or killed him, his own people killed him. And he fell down and injured himself and he was basically fatally wounded. So he's about to die. his immediate family said, what do we do about revenge and blood money because this was the way of the Arabs like we need, whoever did this, we'll find out and they had their ways. I mean, at the end of the day, you know, you're gonna count the errors or whatever. They have their ways of doing it.

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What are we going to do with the blood money? You tell us it's your right now should we kill? Should we, you know, execute, should we get the blood money on your behalf. And he said, Nothing. This is a gift Allah has gifted me.

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I don't want to you're not going to benefit from this. Allah has chosen me to be a Shahid and this is a gift that Allah has gifted me a Quran, Allah, Allah has honored me with this. So you will do nothing whatsoever. And you will bury me with the Shaheed of the Shahada of money, meaning outside of the family cemetery, you're going to take me to the cemetery of the Sahaba, outside the city who we killed. So kind of look at the change of loyalties here, right? He's going to now not be buried with the family plot with the with the local and he wants to be buried with the Shahada of her name, that is his last we'll see you know, vengeance, no money, and I want to be with them. This is a

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blessing that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given me and when the news reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that famous phrase, that famous phrase that all of us should be aware of, he said, this was a man who with his people was like the person Have you seen with his people? slight Abuja seen Marco me.

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You should all know so i have we are seen who is the Sahaba seen in Surah Yaseen in Surah. Yaseen

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The one who came was also the Roger Yes, our polyoxometalate mo cinetopia Marisa

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right. So, he said, this is slight, have we ever seen this as a quiz question you can ask, Who did the process of his own Sahaba compare to Sahaba seen, and the responses or whatever was rude. This is slight, Abuja seen in our in his time, that he invited his people to Islam, and in response, his own people killed him. Now, we need to understand that this is something that is very vulgar that they did, because it goes against every protocol that they believe in. And that is to kill one of their own. Right? This is something that is not just any murder, and not just they didn't just kill one of their own, they killed or whatever and must wrote, who is before embracing Islam, one of the

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most, if not the most respected leader. So in fact, and before we go on somehow, isn't it amazing that the prophet of Islam knew better than a World War even about his own people. And this is because firstly, of course, he is the Profit System. But secondly, there's another psychological point here, and that is that when you're involved in a situation, you're kind of blinded by it.

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You're not seeing like a third party, as we say, sees, right? And Ottawa, because this is his nation, his people, his tribe, he's literally blinded that there's no way they will do this. And our profit system, not just because there's a lot because also it's a third party, it's a neutral party, he can examine it in a bit more fair manner. And he says, I'm, I'm scared your people will kill you. And odawa thought, No way, they're gonna kill me, I am who I am. But Subhana Allah, he was wrong in this regard. And he was in fact, killed. So one needs to realize that the people have thought if we're, in fact,

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terrified that this blood is on their hands, they're guilty conscience is eating them up anyway. And now they're going to go to the process of so in his house mentions a long conversation between various people, we're not going to confuse you with the names, but each one of them is saying I'm not going to go to Medina, I'm not going to go to Medina, they're scared to go to Medina, as the delegation of tequila, because they don't know, maybe we're going to be called to task for the blood of our own relative, right? Maybe we're gonna have to be executed, maybe this. So each one is putting it off the other until What did they decide to do? Let's all have the leaders go

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out of cowardice. So six or seven of them went, Okay, so they took a delegation, hence the delegation of faith. It wasn't even just the one leader. A delegation went at least six or seven of the seniors along with their entourage, they, they came to, they came to Medina, and this took place in Ramadan, and Ramadan of the ninth year of the hedgerow. So, in Ramadan of the 90 of the hilldrup, the tribe of Latif arrives, and when they reached Medina, either they contacted their relatives or their relatives just happened to notice them. The first doesn't mention.

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And of course, their relative is mohila. Molina have been shorter, but it's from the tribe of octave. Right? Remember, he is the nephew of Ottawa. So mahira is rejoicing that my tribe is coming to embrace Islam. So mahira is overjoyed because this was finally his tribe that they've come in, and they tell him that we will only embrace with conditions we come to negotiate. This isn't just a blanket. No, we're gonna make sure we're satisfied. So Molina is still overjoyed, whatever you're going to embrace, and he rushes back to the masjid. He's literally running.

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literally running back to the masjid. And on the way Abu Bakar sees him says what's going on? Well, hello. And mahira says the tribe of faith has come. And I want to give the Bashara to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. And Abu Bakar says, I asked you by Allah, let me give a shout out to the profit solar cell. And so it's abubaker asking, and so Mozilla, gave it over to him. And this shows us how much the Sahaba were eager to gain the favor of the Prophet system. Because when you give somebody good news,

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you bring happiness to the person and they wanted to be the person to bring happiness to, to the prophet SAW Selim. So Abu Bakar when he heard this, he asks how asked you by Allah Molina, please. Oh, please let me be the one and really is abubaker what would we say? Because abubaker deserves that respect and everything. So molinara gave up that honor. And he handed it to a worker, a worker rushed back to the masjid and said that Yasuda law, the tribe of 30 is here to embrace Islam. And the process of them was overjoyed and asked that they be brought in. So Madeira went back to give them the news. And he taught them the protocol. This is what you do. This is how you say As salam o

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Alaikum, you address him by saying Yarra Sula, law, so he teaches him the proper protocol. And this shows us as well that, you know, just like in any dignitary, whatnot, you are taught. So the Sahaba taught the delegations, but the thief completely ignored every protocol. And they treated him according to the manners of Jackie Lee. They did not say salam, they addressed him by his name. So basically, you can tell that they are not coming with the submission that, let's say the others we have just mentioned come with, right. They have in their hearts, great reluctance. And so they ignored all of the protocol, and they greeted him with the greeting of Jehan iya. And they addressed

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him by his first name. And all of this demonstrates that as right now he man is not yet in their hearts. And the profitsystem ignored all of this and will lie This is of his column and his cloud, that are processing them did not never took anything personally, even though it was the height of disrespect. Well, like the height of disrespect, that they know, you're supposed to say a Santa Monica, and you don't say, What is it?

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What is it? The gehad What is it? m Tell us about it. Silvana intimus and the Jolly greetings. This is not any more Islamic, right? And you don't greet him by his name. Allah says no foreign language Allah Allah. So who cares about the combinado don't greet the process of like you greet yourself. This is a verse in the Quran. Yet they ignored all of this and even the protocols and mannerisms of shaking all of this they brought, the Jedi had nothing to do with Islam. Our process them literally ignored everything. And he treated them as if they were honorable guests. And he in fact ordered that a special guest tend to be built for them inside the masjid. Inside the masjid, they be given,

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so this double shelter, so typically they will be housed somewhere else inside the masjid a tent is is erected for them, and

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then began a series of negotiations lasted many days, at least 10 days, back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth. And obviously we don't have all of the details. But what we do have, it's pretty interesting. So

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one of the senior members of the Porush, a distant cousin of the Prophet system, his name is Holly administrative and allows us of course, he he was chosen to be the emissary, because the way that the Arabs did it. And I'm assuming maybe even to this day is happens that the two presidents don't actually meet until there's a dialogue at the lower level. Right. So hardheadedness aid is chosen to be the emissary, the one who's going dialoguing and coming back and forth. And it is said that and harder to say this from the side of the chorus, obviously, but he is the one who's the middleman going back and forth from the 10th to the processor back to the 10th to the prophet SAW Selim. And

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it is even said that they were so worried about their situation and status, that they thought their food might be poisoned, and they never ate anything until hardheadedness ate in front of them first, right? So they're paranoid because there's a guilty conscience after all that they've done after the age of five after the killing of their own odoban investor, they're feeling so guilty. So they're demanding every meal that was brought to them caught it has to eat first in front of them, so he doesn't keel over and die, then they'll eat from that me and the process have treated them the most generously. So

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they began the negotiation saying, Can we have a treaty or not? Can Is it possible after all that we've done, basically, can we have a treaty or not? And so the president said, yes, if you embrace Islam, we can have a treaty. But if there is no Islam, then there's nothing to discuss. mean you are here. You have to understand you have to embrace

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Islam and then we can discuss treaty. If you do not embrace Islam, then go back and we will basically fight you. Right? So the ultimatum is given that you have to embrace Islam. And so back and forth, they go and they ask the process of them that we have heard that Riba is not allowed. Shoot, they're interested in money, the first and first thing you know, like rebar. They're worried now, like, if we embrace this religion, we're gonna have to give up our money. Right? And the prophet SAW Selim said, Allah azza wa jal has forbidden Riba. And he quoted them the verse in the Quran so they said, but all of our money is in river all we get all of our profit and River. And so

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the process of them said, Look, I'm Bruce Ramallah, can you get back your principal? You get back the amount that was the original. So they talk they discuss and then they send another question. They said, How about Xena?

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We have to travel a lot and we are merchants and we go to cities and we need to do Xena.

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So, the response comes back that Allah Subhana Allah has forbidden Xena, right? In no kind of fashion was a Sabina it is a Fantasia and a bad thing to do. And so they talk they discuss then the third question, what do you think that there was going to be?

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Alcohol coma? Right? That's exactly it. They said we have you cafta Let us drink comma. We can't give up.

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Because, well, firstly, but it was known for its grapes, right is to grapes and wines. So he said this is our we are cultured our culture to drink. And it's a cold climate. I mean, you have to make an exception for common. They're getting desperate now. Right? And so a lot of those so the processor sends back to the verse in the Quran, Yoda now in Omaha, Manuel Mesa wants

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to know, you can't drink Hamlet, I can't give you an exception to drink Homer. So they conferred with one another. And one of them said, and again, all of these names are mentioned. But I want to I don't want to confuse you, they would have said that will lie, we will not go back to our people and tell them that rebar, and Xena and hammer has been prohibited, and they're going to no way they're going to embrace this from us, right? There's just no way this is gonna happen.

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And this is something that it is very difficult to imagine. When there is no a man in the heart. How will you give up these things? Right? It is the one thing that prevents you from these things is a man in the heart. So one of their leaders said there is no way that our people will accept a lifestyle without any Hummer and Xena and River. how's that gonna happen? Then another one said, but what is the alternative? For what law if we go back and he sends another army? We have less than a month and we're gone. So in other words, they understand that so the tribe of Turkey did not embrace Islam, you know how to put this like, willingly they kind of sort of, they have no option other than

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to leave Arabia. I mean, they're not being forced by the sword because no, somehow nobody in the world has ever been, you know, by the process have been forced by the sword. But if they don't want to embrace this time, they're gonna have to leave everything and go find land somewhere else. So the other one says, what's the alternative? And to console them? He says, Well, after all look at the other people around him Didn't they give up ribbons and Xena and and hammer? I look at the Sahaba and we're like, Isn't this beautiful? That if they can do it so can we

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that's really shows us the psychology of having a good oma that when a new convert comes, he sees you know what all of these people are doing, I can do it too. So one of them says, look, we know these people, they used to also be involved in ribbon hammer and Xena now look at them, they're living fine. So if they can do it, then so can we. So they negotiate. They say okay, I guess we'll have to accept these three things. But then they forgot to ask about the biggest matter far more important than Hummer and sharp and Zen and that is

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that is they are the people of thief that is

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idol worship. Who is their idol?

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A lot? A lot. So then they asked the question after this, and look at mankind is so weak. The first thing he's worried about is his stomach and his Chihuahuas. It's what he's thinking about when they figure out we're gonna have to give that up. Then they asked the question about, but how about our idol?

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And the process of them said it shall be destroyed.

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There's just no question. So they said and they understood this. So they said, Okay, give us three years.

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Three years to you know, a climatized. So, the President said no, you don't get three years. Go back. Send the emissary back. Okay. Two years. No, go back. Come back one year, no. 12 months 11 all the way down to one month. I mean, they're negotiating that we won some time. This is a

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very big deal, because for them a lot was the most prestigious. Now, a lot was the second most prestige gotten all of Arabia right after Obama was the second most prestigious God. So then there's a source of pride for them. So no, you don't get any compromise, it must be destroyed. So then they sent back the emissary, that we cannot destroy it.

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So the President said, you don't have to, we'll take charge with that.

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Okay, and they agreed to this thing. And so later on the process of them sent Alamo hero who is their own nephew, and Molina and Abu sufian. And we'll get to the story in a in a while. And so

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they were sent to do that, then they were told that they have to pray and whatnot, they are kind of Islam. And so they began negotiation with that. And they said, We cannot believe it or not, they said we cannot bow our backs down. So cold weather and whatnot, we cannot go to court. So like they don't want anything to do, right? Every single thing. So it's difficult for us to bow our our backs down. And so can you forgive us for the sada

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no salah and our process of them said, the higher Allah Deen and last philosophy, there is no good in any religion that has no Salah in it. There is no religion without Salah. I mean, there is no such thing as being a Muslim and upbringing. And by the way, we're having a simultaneous class on Tuesday about acleda. We're actually discussing this very issue right now, what is the ruling of the status of solder? And in fact, next Tuesday, we'll talk about this very issue. So those of you attending the Tuesday class, we're doing this example right here. What did our processes say? law hierarchy dinner, last philosophy. There is no higher eliminated there's no good in a person whose

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religion does not tell them to pray. Prayer is the essence of being a Muslim or being any religion. So if you don't have Salah you don't have any religion. So then they said, okay, forgive us from Moodle. Because life gets very cold. Very cold. So it's, so once again, the President did not allow them to do to get out of Voodoo. Now here is where an interesting bit comes. And this is a huge, filthy discussion, which unfortunately, I'm not going to go into, they then said, Okay, then forgive us from Zakat, and jihad, forgive us from Zakat and jihad.

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And here is where the process of them said, okay, you are forgiven from Zakat and jihad. But then when they left a few days later, the process that um said, they shall give Zakat and they shall go for jihad.

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Okay, now, this is

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a huge discussion of what exactly has happened here because we understand all the other things there's no compromise, especially with dough heat. You can't one month one week No, there is no compromise. But what is the understanding of saying, okay, no jihad, and no Zakat, and then the president saying they shall give Zakat and they shall one of two interpretations. The first interpretation is that the Prophet says that I'm simply said this, knowing that when a man enters their heart,

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they will automatically do that.

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Okay. And according to this, then what the process is doing is special only to him, no other person or leader can make such a condition. Because he knows Allah has told them in the future, that go ahead, and they'll accept Islam because after all, did they not really accept Islam, their descendants are Mashallah diabolical, a practicing Muslim, so they accepted Islam. So maybe this was a prediction of the future, that it was just an exception given to them, simply because Allah knew that a man would enter their heart, and they will then willingly give Zakat and willingly go for jihad. This is the first interpretation In which case, okay, it's a one off. But the second

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interpretation is that the Imam or the leader by Imam, we mean the political leader has the right to accept incorrect conditions for new Muslims. He has the right to accept these conditions for a temporary period of time, and then later on enforce real Islam on them.

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So do we understand this particular incident, especially with the cotton that you had as being something theological or something legal? If it's theological, Allah told the process of them, there's nothing we can do. It's just

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something specific to them. If it's legal, if it's a precedent, what this means is now this does not apply to us here in America, the other nine because the law of the land is not Islam. So that doesn't come. But suppose in a theoretical hypothetical Islamic State, a group came and said, We shall embrace Islam, but we have a condition and that condition goes against Islam. This is the fifth issue here. Does the leader have the right to accept this condition?

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Here's what the scholars differ. That's what I'm saying. Right? You are saying no, some scholars have said yes. Based on this, that it's okay. Because in the end of the day, we know historically speaking, and this is true, that eventually everybody who embraces Islam starts living an Islamic lifestyle from the heart.

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Right? So even if we give them some conditions in the beginning, that we wouldn't give to a Muslim. It's okay, because we just want to get his heart into Islam. And here's the point we, from our perspective, Islam, of course,

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is because Islam is the truth. It's okay to bribe people with these types of incentives, because we know that eventually eemaan will come into the heart. And I've given many examples of this before.

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Now, this doesn't quite apply to us fit wise, however, let me just say, on a practical note, that in the West, when a non Muslim comes and expresses an interest in Islam, and he or she is doing things or saying things that are not fully Islamic, we should be ultra lenient, ultra, ultra ultra lenient and

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emphasize that which is the most important and overlooked don't justify the harm. Don't say, yeah, it's okay to take drugs, let's say, but just cut them a million times more slack than we would cut a Muslim.

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Why? Because Eman is still very weak. It's just a glimmer is just faint. You want to let Mr grow in the heart. And by being harsh and strict and being 100%. Everything shady are enforced, you're going to turn the personal End of story. Whereas bring them into the fold. Have them come to the masjid read the Koran listen. And then when the Eman grows in the heart, then inshallah Tada. They themselves will go on and become better Muslims and even if they don't, even if they don't, for them to be a Muslim with the sin, whatever the sin might be, is a million times better than for them to not embrace Islam. Right? And there are so many examples. I mean, a spouse converts and this other

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spouse does not cover suppose a female wants to convert, and she's married and her husband does not want to convert. I mean, what are you going to tell her that? Oh, well, if you embrace Islam, you're gonna have to leave your husband, I'm sorry. I mean, she's got three kids for me, she's not gonna it's not gonna happen except for a man was already marshmallow strong. Cut them some slack domain, you don't have to bring up this point. Use your wisdom. And to be honest, even at this issue, There is even an opinion that says that if a non Muslim lady converts to Islam, and this is different than a Muslim lady marrying anonymous and by unanimous consent is never allowed. But there is an opinion

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that if a couple is a non Muslim couple, and the non the lady if the man converse is not a problem, because he's allowed to be married to a Christian or Jew, if the lady converts. According to one opinion, the marriage is still Hello. Because she didn't begin the ninja as a Muslim. And this is different than continuing than a guy as a Muslim. In any case, even if you say that this opinion is not correct. Now is not the time to bring it up. Right or any other issue. I mean, people they might even have bizarre theological beliefs, let's say they might not fully have 100% Islamic beliefs. So might be very common for example, or the story of Adam and Eve is a fable he will say, I don't

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believe in this story. I was just telling a fable that's okay. You know, for Allah but I don't believe in a word, you know, that we are, you know, believing in evolution, let's say okay, if he believes this at this stage, and he let him pray, let him understand the sanctity of the Quran, let him embrace system, then later on inshallah to Allah let him come back to this issue, right. We don't have to be 100% strict and that is something we can clearly derive from this story. That you know what, okay, some little bit of compromise. Let them go Go ahead. And a shallow when a man comes, then they will do it. So our process of them said they shall go into Jihad they shall go and

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give zakat. Now it is mentioned that they stayed here 15 days by the way, even as half mentioned, they stayed in Medina for 15 days, and they embraced Islam. Eventually after all of this probably around the 10th day they embraced Islam. When did they come remind me When did they come to Medina Ramadan, so what's happening right now fasting, and so they actually fasted with the process.

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So the law while he was setting them, and they had a thought, and so who would the Muslim so they were thought and so what in the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and beloved would bring them the thought and their support. And interestingly enough, it is said that the first day they fasted, so they've been told the rulings of fasting. So when they brought to her, the they said, Oh, we can't eat, the sun has already risen. And Bella says, I have just come in the process of eating eating now. And then when they brought their if thought, they said, no, not yet, the sun has not yet set. And Bella says, I have come to you only after the process of brokers, meaning what

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our processing would delay the so called an expert ID. If thought you could see the redness, you could see the brightness, right. And these new Muslims, they're trying to be extra cautious. That Oh, but the sun hasn't said. But we know that, of course, in the shediac. Literally when the disk disappears, that's when we break the fast and you can still see the brightness of the sun. But when the disk disappears, that's when we break the fast. So they they felt that it was too early. An interesting first day fast if you like. It is also known that the the youngest member of their congregation, his name was Earth man, Earth man even a bit as the youngest member, that he in fact

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embraced Islam before the group. And he would spend most of his time outside the tent. The seniors were in the tent, he would spend most of his time outside the tent. And he would sit with the process of memorizing the Koran. And he was sitting with a walker studying, you know how to pray and whatnot. So he was the most eager of them for Islam. So when they were about to leave Abu Bakar suggested to the process and why don't you make Earth man, their leader. So the process of agreed to this, so the youngest one amongst them, he was Earth man was made their leader because he was the most eager for the Koran. And because he was most eager for Islam. So this shows us how the Quran,

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he had memorized some suitors in the 15 days, he becomes the one who knows some Sutras, and some fifth. So he is really raised to the level of the leader. And the final point and we're running a little bit late, but I need to finish off the story of the tribal thief.

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So the tribe returns back. And they basically announced to their people that guys we need to embrace Islam, you know, there's no option here. That was the part of the rules, we have to embrace Islam. So you can imagine they're not too keen and happy. Our process of them sends our mobile era aventura Abu sufian

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to destroy

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a lot to destroy the idle. And some of the works of Sierra mentioned a very interesting story that I'm sure will tickle you, as it tickled me as well when we first read it. And that is and this story is not mentioned in this house by that was mentioned in a robot infant other later books of Sierra, that animal lira seems to be a bit of a jokester a prankster. Okay, Malia is a bit of a you know, that type of person we all have. Mashallah, where's our, we're not here.

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I see without even mentioning the name, you see how automatic

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so he's one of those types of people. And so he says to our soufiane, do you want me to play a joke on them? and want to play fast? So it was so fancy, of course, go ahead. Who doesn't like a joke? Okay. So now, imagine he's going to destroy the idle right? Now, what do you think the people are thinking?

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Something bad is gonna happen. Right? Something's bad's gonna happen because you're destroying our idle. So all the people are gathered around and they're like, tense and they're worried now they know the idle has to be destroyed. Because the force of the state with his with them, right? The the processors, I mean, basically, they cannot do anything. This a part of the conditions. So they're all tense, there's, women are crying, the elderly are doing the world water, you know, the Wailing, whatnot, you know, and he takes his axe, and he smacks it but as soon as he smacks it, he yells out loudly and he falls on his face.

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And the tribe goes wild. With what? Happiness right? Look what happened Didn't we tell you a lot this and that right? And when the whole tribe is now like, you know saying this and that he then jumps up and he goes, You fools and he goes and he starts cursing them and what like goes I did this to show you how foolish you are. So he basically Yeah, and is this Islamic or not? would not allow them but he did this with them. And the whole birther he called them and whatnot. I just wanted to mock you and whatnot. And he destroyed it in front of their eyes one hit after another and the what would you call the the priest of the chieftain or we call it the shaman, whatever you want to call

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them the end of the the guy who's in charge of the idol. You don't call him a priest, but I guess the shaman would be the term here. I don't know. You know, the, the one in charge of the idol got so angry that he said when you get to the base of the idol, you will see the earth will swallow you up. Because he's now like, because now these people really believe in the idea.

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They really believe in the idle. And so he goes just to show you, I will not stop until I destroy down to the ground. And he continued to do this until there was nothing left absolutely of a lad down to nothing was left and the process that I'm sent a message to Earth man, it's been a bit as the leader now he's now the leader of the tribe, that you're going to build a message where a lot stood. And so to this day, there is a Masjid, in that place where they would worship a lot, and all of the treasures of the the sanctuary because it was the habit and custom of the Arabs and of all pagans, by the way of all pagans, their temples are full of

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Exotic Items, their temples, even to this day, if you go to India, or you know, the temples of the Buddhists or the temples of the Hindus, their temples, the big ones, are full of very fancy items that have been donated money, I mean, what do they What do the pagans do they go to their idols and they leave food of course the food is eaten Mashallah, by you know, the the the people who pretend to take care of the idols, but they also leave money and they leave gold and silver. So after a while every temple becomes like a bank. It's like a fortress, like a multi million dollar. So, and this is a lot. And so all of that money was taken and given to the beta man for the Profit System,

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who then distributed it to the for Cora and Misaki. And so this was the end of the paganism of the tribe of faith. And they eventually accepted Islam wholeheartedly and exactly as the process of them said, and eventually they gave the zeca and they went for jihad, and that is the story of the delegation of belief. inshallah, we will continue more stories of the delegations next Wednesday be vanilla, Hey, Dad, any quick questions? Yes.

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So, we cannot. So once the temple has been conquered by Islam, the situation is very different. This is now literally the temple is now belonging to the beta. But

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islamically speaking if food has been donated to an idol,

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and we have not conquered the temple, so that food is haram for us to eat. Because it is wama Oh Hill la la, it has been consecrated and given to other than Allah subhanho wa Taala so if we were to come across such food, we will give it to the animals that we should not be eating food that has been dedicated to the false gods. Okay, this is what the Quran is very explicit about any animal that has been slaughtered or given to other than Allah subhana wa Tada, it is how long for us to eat? Yes.

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No, I have today I was reading as much as we could about audible and I could not find any one cause that causes him to flip. But it is obvious that his seeing her they BIA and the Sahaba around the process of them had an impact on him is obvious. And why didn't he convert? At that time? I mean, Islam comes slowly. Islam comes slowly and there must have come a point where Okay, now I know Islam to be true. So no, I don't know exactly why corrosion. Yes, in the backyard.

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It is on the second page on the bottom of the right hand side number 20. Okay, inshallah, with that we will conclude today's hotter. Continued next week, inshallah someone