The Story of The Ifk – Part 01 of 02

Yasir Qadhi

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The topic of the shameful slander of Aisha RA is up for discussion by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi in this interesting lecture.

The story of the Ifk or slander is explicitly cited in a hadith from Al Bukhari that is elaborately long and is referenced in first person by Aisha RA herself. It involves a lost necklace, a sahaba by the name of Safwan bin Muattal RA and the rumour inflicter – Abdullah ibn Ubayy ibn Salul. What transpired in that event? Why did this slander go beyond control?

Do listen intently to fully comprehend the actuality of the incident and consequently, put all false stories to rest.

 

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Hail in Canada In Canada who want to start a new one and still fiddle when I always have been lacking in surety and patina woman, Dr. Medina, de la, la la la,

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la de la, la, la la la de la sharika foreshadow Ana Mohammed Abu hora sudo.

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Today's two lectures in sha Allah with will deal with two of the stories from the theater of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from the life and biography of the Prophet sola la vida, he will send them and as we know, one of the primary sources of our belief of our athletes of our sherea of our love, of our whole way of life, is from the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had Allah subhana wa tada will, he would have sent down the Orion on a mountain and he would not have sent with it a messenger, but the will of Allah and the wisdom of Allah necessitated that he sent a human being, to implement the Quran to show us how a person can live in this life, and to

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give for us morals and lessons that we can learn from. So we're in the in the profit theater, we have a beautiful example. We have a beautiful message, we have every single thing that we need. And one of the rules is something one of the strongest ways to increase our Eman is to read the theatre of the process of the love it will tell you because when we see how our Prophet Mohammed Salah long I sent him one o'clock, his email and his strength, his resolve his trust in Allah subhana wa Tada. His miracles that I love Let's begin with, then a person cannot help but that is a man shoots up his image and boosts up when he reads about the theater of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And

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that is why I advise myself and all of the brothers here to really concentrate as much as they can. On the theater of the prophets of Allah, Allah will tell them, it is said that even to this day, we don't have one good book that I can say any read this book, and there's no problems with it. There are a number of good books out but none of them are without faults. And I'll mention some right now because, like I said, we intend these, these doodles that we're having to be practical, not just theoretical. One of the best books out authentic books in terms of authenticity is the book known as the lotto, or the seal the next year. However, the main criticism, and without a doubt it is a

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strong criticism is that it's English is very, very weak. So the person that translated it, even though the author wrote it in Arabic, and he won an International Prize, he came first in a worldwide competition I was helped the Arabic is very good. But the person who translated it was not very proficient. Therefore, the English is extremely, extremely poor.

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A book whose English is very good. And let's say around 90% of it as good as a book by Martin Lynx. Okay, however, I hesitate in recommending it. And in fact, I cannot recommend it, because it contains some very, very serious errors and deviations. Basically, he invented certain things that has no basis whatsoever in any book of Sierra. And he just placed it in this book. I don't know where he got it from anyway, like I said, most likely, it's just from his own whims and desires. There are two or three things in this book, which even border on Shere Khan cover. For example, the prophet sister left the statue of Mary and holding a 70 million inside the cabinet or a picture of

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Miriam and Ethan inside the cabinet, I needed to shift How could the process and to do this and there's no reference and like I said, a number of incidences and stories in this book, however, the English is superb. And if you are knowledgeable to differentiate these incorrect errors from marketing the biography the process of time with the CEO of the problem system, this is a good book except for like five or 10 incidents in there which are like I said, a level on where he got them from, these are the Yes,

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we can hear. So.

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Is this better, inshallah

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will turn it off and

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tell you so like I said, these are the only two main books that I can think of that are, in general, they might be good, but like I said, Martin is one you have to be aware of certain stories and incidents in it. And there is a pamphlet about this book that shows the errors of the book. If you can find this pamphlet and use it along with Martin Lynx book in general, this is a good reference that can be used.

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Today inshallah we will talk about two incidents from this era. We're going to discuss them, analyze them, and try to extract benefits that we can apply in our daily lives from these two stories. The first incident or the first story we'll talk about is one of the most traumatic stories of the prophets life Hello, love it, he would send them because it deals with his family affairs. It was an attack against his most beloved wife, Aisha and all the love. It was a slander. It was a lie that the hypocrites gave that the hypocrites invented they concocted about the most beloved country.

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Companion of the Prophet for the love while he was send them, there was a very traumatic experience. And in this experience, there is so much benefit for us to learn from. So much for love in our hearts is softened despite the incidents that occurred, and we can ourselves feel the pain and anguish that the progress that's going on went through an Asia, Abu Bakar and her father, ISIS father and the Sahaba. Therefore, it is one of the most important stories of this era, especially in our times when there's so much friction between the Muslims. We can learn so much that we can practically benefit from from this incident.

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This incident known in Arabic as the habit, if for the incidence of the planet is Queenslander. Okay, this incident occurred after the Battle of Athens out in the sixth year of the hedger. And there was a small expedition that the process of alongside him took part in by the name of loves what to then it was funny, or it was also mentioned because we're two and mores here. Both of these are names of the same small expedition that the prophet SAW the lava instead of two part in now we have the great fortune that Allah subhana wa tada reveals verses about this incident in the Quran over 20 verses. And also Mrs. Bukhari narrated this entire story in great detail. And on top of

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that, the one who narrated it with Ayesha herself, the one who was the center of this whole story. So we have a very beautiful story, authentically preserved beyond the shadow of the doubt mentioned in the Koran, recorded in Soho hottie and in first person I saw herself narrates the story as it happened to her. And this is like I said a beautiful thing because many times in the theater, you have third people narrating what happened. In this case Ayesha herself Nerys. And remember Buhari reports from his change initially how the zubiri that's URL was given this debate. I'm going to go a little bit of interest out here for those of you that are interested in some benefits, or openness,

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debate and side, everyone will tell you and I'll come at no cost and obey the law even abdillah for people, all of them narrative from

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all of these four people. And this is an amazing it's not here, even if you have the zubiri narrates from these four people from Arusha. Initially, hobbyzone is the most famous of the second generation after the Sahaba, the most famous person of all, and he is narrating from four of the most famous who

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one of them are working his way, is the direct nephew of Asia.

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He is the exact nephew of Asia, because her mother, his mother, or his mother was a snob as much as every bucket. And that's not was a sister of

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I didn't have a bucket. So one of the narratives is is his nephew and the other three are also most of them are sons of The Hobbit and very famous terrain. If he should have said all four of them told me the story of Arusha in great detail, and some of them gave some details. Others gave other details, but their stories corroborate one another. Now a third point here is look at the precision with which the headache was preserved. Even if you had done I heard the same story from all four of them.

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Each one said it in great detail, but some of them gave details others did not do. And I remember the details of each one gave other than the other three. But because they all corroborate one another, I'm going to narrate to you as one story. And this shows you the permissibility of combining two or more narrations of other similar events. If there's no contradiction there authentic and narrating it as one event. For example, Affleck comes to me and says, such a such an accident occurred and this was a description. And then they come to me tells me about the same accidents. But he adds a few more descriptions. It is permissible then for me to say, well, an

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accident occurred. And then I combined both descriptions. As long as I trust both of the two people. And this is what initially how he did that he trusted all four of these people and they're all great together. And he said, I'll never reach you all with a set as one story. Okay? And all of them narrated from Arusha. He said, Now she starts the story.

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The process of love, love it, he was telling them whenever he would intend to go on a journey would cast a lot amongst his wives. So whoever's lunch would be picked would accompany the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Okay.

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So he would cast lunch amongst his wife, you know what, let's say, for example, you take

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four or five rocks, and you pick one rock and you say, whoever takes this rock is going to be the one chosen, then you hide the rocks up and then the person picks each person takes a rock, and whoever takes that particular rock, you will be the one that is chosen. So the process a lot of time we'll do something like this amongst his wife. And this shows you the justice, the fairness that he had for his wife, even though according to one opinion, which is a strong opinion. I'm not saying it's the correct if you don't love who I am, I haven't researched in detail, but it is a strong opinion. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was exempt from the rules that applies to all of us that we

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have to

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Be fair amounts are wise if we have more than one, and that we have to spend an equal amount of time with them, we have to do this everything is equal. If we do that, if we might have more than one asked for the process of the level, and he would tell him according to the law, he was free of this rule, he was exempt from this rule. Yet, despite this fact, he laid his habits to be equal amongst his wife. So understand, when you think the processing was unfair, there's a difference of opinion did he has to follow this rule or not. But they're not agreed, even if he did, or he didn't. The fact of the matter is that he voluntarily, he was fair amongst all of his wives, he would spend one

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night with all of them, and he would give the same amount of money and everything to all of them. And when he went on a journey, so it's not to hurt anyone's feelings, he would choose lots or the pick of the law, or the pick of the luck, as they say, Now, obviously, taking lots is helpful. If the reason to do it is Helen, and it is how long if the reason to do it is how long, so when it involves gambling or money, obviously, this type of dice, all of this is held on board, when it involves something of this nature. There is an authentic Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that if the people knew how great and blessed it was to give the event, and they would find no other

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alternative, except to draw lots of mocks themselves, in order to pick the one who would give a damn, they would draw lots amongst themselves, which shows you the permissibility of drawing lots if the goal is Hello.

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Another thought is from this small introduction, is that the process of long term would take his wife even on an expedition even on war when he was going to battle. But with the condition that he felt that the chances of winning were very strong. If it was a dangerous situation where there was no need that he would not take the woman. But if the situation was safe, and he thought it was all right to take women, then he would have no problem taking women along the battlefield. And this also shows that it is allowed for me to travel even if in war as long as they're accompanied by their mothers, because one of the prophets wives would travel with the processor center. So it goes on.

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And she says so he cast these locks on one of these expeditions than the expedition of which one who remembers the name

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when it was parked, right and also the name is and what I see here, okay, he cast his luck on this expedition. So my name came up I just named came up. So I travel with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this was after the verses pertaining to a job had been revealed. Therefore, I would travel in my house

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and be carried in it. The whole Dodge, you might have seen it in books or in movies, a level item, it is a small type of tents, which is which is placed on top of the camel. Okay, where women would write inside, they will not ride openly

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on a camel or something they would have any woman that was on a camel would be inside some type of enclosure inside some type of protections. So notice that it just says this was after the verses of hijab had been revealed. Therefore this shows you that in general, it is not allowed for other people to look at women. Because you have to tell them the hostess even if she's in for a job and the pub and everything she's not you're traveling like this. She has a type of protective barrier type of something around her that people cannot look inside.

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She goes on, after the expedition had finished and we were returning to Medina, the prophet solo Selim gave orders to encamped the night outside of Medina. So they're returning from the expedition. And they're right outside of Medina. Instead of entering at night, the prophet systems that let us count and enter in the morning, he gave the command to camp during the night. Now this is another fire here another point of benefit here, it was the son of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, that he would not enter Medina at night. And he would actually tell the companions not to return from any traveling at night. Because he would say do not give me the people of the household

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realized in those days, they didn't have telephones, they didn't have means of communication, you're not get you know, 12 o'clock at night, even you're going to insurance, you're actually going to be scared, who is this. So he would advise the companions and this is the sooner that when you're returning from the travel camp outside at night, so that the news will spread, someone's gonna find out and the news will spread that they're back, therefore the be ready to receive you. And when he said that, so that the woman can prepare herself and the hair that needs to be removed can be removed, like the pubic hair of the other types of hair. In other words the woman should do to find

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herself or her husband once she is returning. And this again shows you the importance of the woman and attract making herself look attractive to the husband that the prophet SAW instead of delayed, and he told the companions to delay their arrival, so that the wife could prepare themselves for their husbands. This shows you the beauty of the concept of marriage in Islam, that you're not going to even though everyone's going to be eager to rush back and see their family after so many, you know, once a week, but the sooner is that you're not supposed to arrive at night. Okay, you're supposed to give them time to prepare. And, you know, when they know that you're arriving, they can

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then prepare themselves.

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For you. She then goes on when the orders were given to in camps, so they're very close to Medina when the orders were given to encounter. I stood up and walked away from the army to relieve myself she actually used the restroom.

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When I returned, I felt my chest and lo and behold, my own necklace has broken. Okay. All it is a type of translucent opaque quartz. It's not a very expensive thing my necklace had broken. So I returned to where I had been where she had relieved herself, and I was delayed in searching for it. She was looking around in the dark to find her necklace. In the meantime, the people that were assigned to carry my outage, had already placed it on top of the candle, presuming that I was already in it.

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And during those days, women were very thin. And they had not put on a lot of weight. They used to only eat a few morsels of food. So the men did not question the likeness of the holidays when they picked it up and put it on the camera. And on top of that I was a young girl, I was a girl young in age. So they sent the camera forward, and I found my necklace after they had gone. By the time I returned to the caravan camping grounds, there was not a soul in sight. So he or she is describing the beginning of the dilemma, the beginning of the predicament, she goes

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to relieve herself. And this is a sign that indication and modesty, an indication of modesty. And it was a prophet soon as well, that whenever he needed to release himself, he would go far away from the people, he would go to a place where no one could see him and really himself there. And this is also the sooner that we have that is a part of Arsenal that if we are in such a place, we should not relieve ourselves close to one another rather we should go into the place where no one can see us. And is based on this that for example the men's urinals, they are not allowed in Islam in general, that you remain in front of each other and everyone can see each other. This is not a part of the

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comfortable part as soon as you laugh.

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So it is part of the sooner to hide oneself before using the restroom. This is one of the benefits from this point here. Also we can benefit another point and that is the simplicity of eyeshadow the level enhance and that the necklace that she's wearing is from quartz which is a type of stone, not jewelry, not shiny gold, not silver, not diamond. And this was the leader of Arabia, she's married to the Prophet Muhammad Ali. She's married to a if you like that the equivalent of a king the coup because he was not a king, but he was the leader. Yet she is wearing a necklace made out of something very trivial if you like and this shows you the profits, any

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you know, lack of interest in this world and also the wives of the Prophet has said that they did not get involved in this union. And she was content with this necklace. Love Like in our ties with, you know, the men and the women they both have to give as part of the gallery or as part of the marriage 1000s and 1000s of dollars in jewelry, perhaps just as much as the man has in his bank account even more than a woman has in her jewelry. Okay, but she never wears it. It is also in her bank account. But the Sahaba were satisfied with little. So I share with satisfied with this small necklace. This also shows you this little incident, the importance of saving money and not wasting

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it. Because even though this necklace is not worth a lot, Onitsha went back in search of it, it's not worth anything. It's not a lot of money that's involved here. But still, why should it go to waste? Why should you just waste money? Like a lot of times it says Don't waste your money.

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Don't spend any Don't you know, don't spend for a reason. So now that this necklace has been locked and there's a good possibility of retrieving it fine. I will go back and try to retrieve it. This shows you the importance of monetary things in Islam even though it's not a big amount. Why should it go to waste? So Ayesha goes back and tries to search for it. Also, we find here another benefit. Look at the excuse that you've given for why women were not very heavy. She said the woman of those days had not put on much flesh. We used to eat a few morsels of food. That's exactly what you said. We used to eat a few morsels, 510 morsels of food, not in our time to stop for all of us. And we

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don't even count the number of morsels that we can eat in one meal, much less in one day. So she's making an excuse that we were so light, we only would eat a small amount. Look at how the Sahaba used to live at that time. A few literally on your local man what she said. And on top of that, she made another excuse. And she said on top of that I was a young girl still young in age.

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So she's making an excuse for the people that picked up the hoses. Look at now she's going out of her way to make an excuse you could have gotten angry at them that they didn't do their job right? They were assigned to do this no, she's going out of the way while she's narrating the story to make an excuse for her Muslim Brothers is that because we didn't have a lot of weight. And because I was a young girl and because and because of because they didn't notice that I was not in the hotel. So when they picked it up, realize that the whole just hodesh will be taken off of the Kindle and put back on the ground so that we can go out. Then when they pick it up again it has to be put back on

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the camera. So when they picked it up, they didn't think that is so like they thought I was inside of it as it is. So let's look at now

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The lack of Ayesha making an excuse for the people that were assigned to her to take the hoses out. Also look at the modesty of the Sahaba themselves, that they did not talk to Ayesha inside the hole that even though she wasn't in there, but their modesty prevented them even from speaking to me. They could have asked for you inside now Is everything all right? Anything, but out of the molecules, nothing to lower and to minimize the relationship between men and women. They didn't even talk or ask for anything. They lowered the whole deck and then they that I should go and they presume that she had come back. So they lifted it up and put it back on the camel.

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So I scenaries so I stayed in my place. In other words, they see the camel the caravan has left. Okay, so I stayed in my place, and I presumed that they would discover that I was missing. Okay, so I cannot, I presumed that they would figure out that I was missing eventually it was they were fine. I was missing, and they would return for me.

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While I was waiting in my place, sleep got the better of me. So I fell asleep.

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Now, so far, even more outfit a suit. I mean, one of the companions, was lagging behind the army for some reason he was late. So he wasn't up with the army. So he walked up to my place. He saw the shape of a person sleeping. And when he saw me, he recognized me. For he had seen me before the revelation of the verses of hijab, I was awoken by an explanation of law, how would our industry law when he recognized me, so I covered my face with my Ultra garments. Okay.

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So look at here first, the intelligence of Arusha that she looks around, she sees the army missing. And she's figured out well, they're gonna know that I'm missing eventually. So they're going to come back to pick me up. Also look at her bravery. She's not scared all alone in the desert, nobody there, she goes to a tree and sits down. And to prove that she's not scared, she actually goes to sleep even not scared at all in the slightest. She's not even worried. So she goes into the tree and she falls asleep, waiting for someone to pick her up. So far, didn't work out. But for whatever reason, we don't know the reason he was lagging behind the army. He comes up to her he doesn't know

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he sees a trigger. He doesn't know who it is. As he comes up to her, he recognizes that this is

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what's the first thing that comes from his mouth. How La quwata illa de la, which shows you the permissibility The sooner of staying in a hotel in a hotel is a villa at times of calamity, at times of distress. At times of a great fitness something that occurs, we should say The hell with our pool water in the villa. Okay, it is a part of the sooner to say this.

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Now, I said he recognized me, because he had seen me before the verses of hijab had been revealed.

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This is one of the strongest evidences that is used by those who say that the niqab is obligatory. Now, I'm not saying it is obligatory, I'm not saying it is not obligatory. I'm just saying. This is the evidence that is used by those who say it is obligatory that I should have said that he recognized me How did he recognize me, because he had seen me before the verses of the job had been revealed. Now everyone knows that you recognize the person by his face. You don't recognize them by the hand or by the foot is recognized by the state. The fact that she had to say that the only reason he recognized he was because he had seen me before the vs of a job.

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show you that when the job came down, they had to cover their face.

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And to further prove it, she said. So as soon as I saw him, I covered my face with my outro garment. Okay, so this is the evidence that is used by those who say that

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the niqab is obligatory? I'm not saying it is or isn't I'm just saying this is one of the evidence that is used. In any case, without adults, this incident is narrated inside Buhari, right, those modernists, who claim that the hijab is a Persian invention, or was introduced into the Muslim Ummah to 300 years after Islam. Obviously, they rejected it and everything inside of it, but this is I this is refutation of them. Because these morons that are in our times, they're saying that God did not exist during the time of the Prophet system, the Quran, so don't even mention it. Here it is clearly mentioned, I she says when he saw me, I covered my face to her mercury when she covered my

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face with my outer corner. So without a doubt whether you say it's logical or not, without a doubt, it was there and it was practiced. This is the point that I want to say, clearly and unequivocally. She then goes on.

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And I swear by Allah, we did not speak a word to each other. Nor did I hear any statement from him, except to help except La hawla wala forward in the villa, he lowered his camo such that I could write on it. And when I mounted the camera, we guided it until we had we caught up with the caravan while they were in camp. And that was one of the rumors started spreading and the people that said

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The Romans were destroyed the leader of them was Abdullah even obeyed instead who, who is Abdullah it'll even settle who knows.

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The

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the leader of them will have to hold not the leader of the Jews, the leader of the hypocrites worse than the Jews, the leader of the hypocrites, what Abdullah even over even salute. So he says that the one who started this rumor was the leader of the hypocrites, and it shows you the

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the characteristics of the hypocrites look at what they do is that they started this type of rumors without any cause without any justification. It also shows you the noble plot of supplies even more often when he did not even speak to Ayesha, any word. And I said I swear by Allah, we did not say a single word to each other. Nor did I hear anything from him. He lowered the camel, I got onto the camel and we walked to back to the camp. Now you have to know also feel sorry for so far even more often. What did you to do? For some reason he's lagging behind the army. He recognizes that they have left that issue behind. And he knows that this is a big mistake. Something has happened here.

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But what can he do? He's alone. We need to leave our Isha to try to get the profit of someone's lessons to come back. something might happen. Some beast of praise and enemy anything. So he cannot do that. Where he to stay there? How will the army know? So he's the only intelligent thing and the only thing he could have done which he did do was to take it on the camel while he himself walked in front of the camel leading the camel below. So you have to really feel sorry for him he does the only thing he can do. And he does it like any gentlemen would do.

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Obviously, the camp the camp ground when the ship arrives, which is they see supplies even more often. And I should alone. And it says he is you know leading the Campbell and I she was ready to talk. Okay, now it will not occur to the minds of any movement, anything evil. How this is? Why for the purpose of sort of how this is one of them. Welcome to the world Lord for His piety and bravery and courage and Eman

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but leave it to them without 15 to invent lies to read in stuff that doesn't exist to extract evil thoughts which have no basis.

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I say continues the story.

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So we arrived in Medina and I fell ill with a fever for a whole month. In other words, he didn't know anything was happening. innocent little girl she comes back to Medina realized this, at this time was only around 1516 years old. You know not too old. Okay? Because Jenny, she was still in her young teens. So I was still very young. She comes in for whatever reason she falls ill for a whole month. She says the inhabitants in Medina will all talk to you about the standard. But I did not know anything about it. Now the one after all are spreading these rumors, and it's spreading like wildfire amongst them without cooking. But I shall is secluded in her house. Not even she didn't

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even know. I mean, it hasn't even occurred to her that there's a suspicion on her. Okay. So

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however, I should say I was hurt by the fact that I did not see the tenderness that I used to see from the Prophet for the law while he was while I was sick, he would enter upon us and ask all of us because he was being taken care of by some women. How are all of you doing Katina Come on, how are all of you doing

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then he would leave after finding out how she was he would leave so I would be doubtful but I did not realize that any evil was afoot. So she she noticed is some type of

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Jani you know, how would you put it some type of different than the profits character for the love I just didn't. She is not treating her the gentle way that she is used to receiving from it, especially when she is sick. She's wondering what is going on. But she doesn't think something evil. She thinks maybe there's something in some problem that is happening. But she doesn't think that it's about her anything to do with what has occurred. And look, I should innocence here. She's so innocent, she doesn't even realize that people are talking about her. Also look at the confusion of the process of Law Center, where the people are talking about his wife, and you can even feel it.

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What What is he to do? Here are the people spreading rumors. And he knows his wife and he knows at the same time he is confused. So you He doesn't say anything. But he can feel it in his manners in the way that you only the gentleness that he used to have. He is not displaying it at this time. Also look at the nobleness of the prophets of the Lord send them that Heiser is sick at this time. This is not the time to talk about anything. Leave it for later on which he does do eventually. But not as Now's not the time. Be patience right now as the process of them did look at his inability, even though it must be so difficult for him. He wants to talk to you he wants to find out. But

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because she is sick, she's heavy fever now, he leaves the temporarily and he visits her regularly. No change in his pattern. It of course can detect something but it's not as if he wants to to show anything. Outwardly he's tried to appear normal.

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for a whole month is trying to appear this type of normality. I said after I had been cured, I was exited with Ole Miss

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Ole Miss, but towards the area that we used to use to relieve ourselves, we would only go once every few nights. And it was before the time that people started building restrooms close to their houses. So we used to do like the Arabs of old did. And we used to disdain building restrooms close to our houses, we get a little description of quaint Medina to give a description of the architecture of Medina that I said that she exited with, with Ole Miss pass one of the companions, right towards the restroom area. In other words, there was an area set aside outside of Medina, right, that the haba would use as their place of restaurant, okay. And she says that we would go out once every few

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nights. So look at how little food they must have had to eat. As for our times, and it's not for the LA Hippo, como como la three, four or five times a day. That's why she think what every few nights is only needed to go once every few nights, you would go to this place in Hong Kong villa. And this was before the time that people started building restaurants close to the houses realized I should live a long time after the hindrance, you know, 5060 years into the hospital, after the history of the profits a little already send them. So she says that this must mean that afterwards, people started building restaurants close to the houses. So she made an excuse. She said that people used

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to look down a building a restaurant close to the house, it was not considered very good or proper etiquette, these to look down at it. And we would do like the elders of all did, meaning Mother Nature, we would walk into the fields and relieve ourselves like the arms of old did. This also shows for those of you that have visited Arabia and those countries, you find that still to this day, they do not place the restrooms inside the bedroom. They always place it outside the bedroom, whereas over here, and our culture and the American culture, they are culture, the restroom is inside the bedroom note no big deal. But to this day, if you ever buy or rent an apartment in

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Arabia, or in the Arab culture, in general, the restaurant the actual places outside any bedroom, because they did tend to look down on is the place of nuggets a dirty place. Why should it be inside the bedroom? Okay, so even this type of feeling still exists to our times, amongst the hours. She then continues.

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So I went out with a mimosa and only mistress was the daughter of ebony abs and we'll call it human abdomen. So how is she related to the profitsystem She was the daughter of Ron in the abdomen quality of an abdomen.

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She is a first cousin. She is a first cousin of the profit center because her mother, her father, Ron is a son of the mother and the prophets father Abdullah is also the son of button. Therefore Abdullah and Rahim are brothers and therefore the Prophet is an omen. mizpah disinhibition Javier is going with our first cousins. And her mother was suffering even in the aunt of Abu Bakar. So her mother is also related to Alibaba and therefore related to Ayesha Therefore, I was walking with a great artist and her son was misbehaving It was at that event.

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So her son was named obviously Miss buck and she is one minister, as he returned to my house now the returning back from that area, by the way, as a footnote, some of the aroma of modern history they say that this area, those of you that have visited Medina, they say that the area that they used to relieve themselves in is now that line of gold shops outside the profits listed immediately. Those of you that have visited the profit last year there is a huge area which is just full of butcher shops okay. And so they say that in those days it used to be the place that would relieve themselves and our time

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has changed or maybe it hasn't a level of liquidity has

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so as we're returning to my house woman this by tripped over a storm she has to explain may miss form they miss by only the children they miss but you don't perish, which is an explanation that comes to the tongue that may so and so when something happens to it was an explanation or mostly, they were just if you like curse someone and she's cursing her son here misfire. So I exclaimed, what is evil thing you have said? How can you curse a person who has witnessed the Battle of witness?

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What is his defense of misfire? She doesn't know anything What's going on? But look at her her sister Nia and you look at her, her losing my English here. Look at the good feelings she has for Muslims but she didn't presume anything evil with him. And look at her defense her love for her Muslim brothers. How can you say something about Mr. Even though he attended the Battle of budget. This also shows you the status of those who fought at budget. As you know the highest level of the hover after the tender progressive agenda. The highest level of the hub are those that attended visit the 300 and something 13 or so that attended whether they are the highest level after them the

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1400 that attended the they are going to talk

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What is the next lecture? Okay, the categories are still have the first the former Machina robot Coronavirus, man alley and then the other six, and then the people that attended budget and witness budget, and then the people that gave back to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as the Treaty of Virginia, which we'll talk about in the next lecture, inshallah, this incident also shows you the dangers of getting your parents angry at you, because mishpat made his mother angry, we'll find out why right now. So she cursed him. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the curse or the drop of a father against their son against his son will be accepted. When you make your father and

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obviously mother is included here angry, and they make against you. That in that case, without a doubt, Allah subhanho wa Taala will make that drought accepted, be accepted, and he will bring some type of punishment upon the people that that were cursed by their own parents. Okay, so this shows you the dangers of making your parents angry at you. Oh, Melissa replies, my dear child, Did you not hear what he is saying about you?

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The first time after a whole month you come back, she doesn't know anything. Obviously, eventually, news will get back to her. So this is how it got back to her. She doesn't know what's going on. She said, What did you think? So in the Mr. Informed to have the whole story.

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For the first time, I should find out what has happened to her. And now everything clicks into place. This is why the process was that it was treating me in this manner. This is why I didn't see the type of look that type of gentleness and roughness that I'm used to.

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So

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she caught she came back home.

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And she felt sick worse than she was before. Because of what she had heard. She felt sick again. Now because of something natural for the first month it was natural. But because of what she had heard. According to some narrations, she actually fainted. As soon as you heard about this, she fainted in the middle of wherever she was, she fell down and fainted. She couldn't believe that people were saying this about her. So she returned home and she felt sick again, worse than how she had been before.

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As soon as the Prophet testament came in, he said, he said up to him, he doesn't know she knows. Okay, so the first thing she asked, he asked how she is obviously the same as was a flop. And again, look at the profit of Rocky is not showing anything outwardly, I should be able to tell but he she didn't. He's not showing anything. So I said, the first thing that she says is do give me permission to go to my parents house, I want to go to my parents house. Then she explains when she's narrating the story, she explained what I desire to verify the information from them. I heard from the minister but I want to find out my parents would have really happened. So he allowed me permission

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to go look at how affected if she falls sick even worse than before. For some narration she faints. Also look at the importance of verifying information. And this is a very, very important point here. Ole Miss was a trustworthy person, no one is doubting her. However, when it comes to something so grave, you cannot even take the word of the word of acceptable person, you must find out and verify from other people. And this is a common problem in our time.

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That if one person comes to you and says so and so did this, or so and so is it even or so and so is that hard, we have to believe in him without his help. When it comes to these types of affairs, you're gonna say no,

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you have to affirm or verify even more than that, if someone comes to and says, I said, I saw your friend doing this. Don't do these immediately. If you know your friends, to be a good person, he doesn't drink alcohol, he doesn't do this. And another question comes in since I saw him doing a crime and evil, don't just take his word for immediately.

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He might be a truthful person, but there might be something more than what meets the eye. So look at now the importance of verifying information. Once again, the important point to note here, even though the person might be trustworthy at certain times when it's a very grave issue at stake. You cannot even take the word of a trustworthy person. If someone comes and tells you always going down there was an oxygen fine, it's no big deal you can believe Okay, or you know, President Clinton some wherever to die, something happened. No big deal. I mean, so what but if a major event is going to affect you and your relationship with other brothers, okay, like someone tells you about your family

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and that they saw your family, your wife doing something or a place or something of this nature, you cannot even accept the word of one circle. And that is why one simple meeting one good person, that is why when it comes to implementing the produce or the punishment, nowhere is one witness sufficient for murder, for stealing for this not to people minimum and for dinner for people minimum.

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Okay, because there's something more at stake than just some information that when that will not affect you, it will affect you. Another point to benefit from this is that it is imperative it is necessary for the wife to ask permission from her husband to leave the house. She wants to go to her own parents house, not some stranger's house, but she has to ask the prophets permission.

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So a lot, I would like to visit my parents to give me permission to do so. Okay. And obviously, this was something well known and mentioned in other hobbies, that the woman should not leave the house without her husband's permission, even if it's to visit her parents house. This also shows us that the husband needs to be gentle and wise also, and not prevents the wife from visiting, especially for relative houses. And you might have said that her husband does this. It might be a type of a type of injustice that he is doing to his wife, that he's preventing her from going to her own parents houses. Okay, so obviously, the process of the law has allowed her to go to her parents

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house. So I she goes running back, I asked my mother, my dear mother, what are the people talking about? What do they think?

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Her mother advised her mother's name was on middleman. She replied, My daughter, be easy upon yourself, take it easy, calm down. By a law, it hardly occurs that a wife is so beloved to her husband, as she has co wife at the same time, except that they talk about her. So a middle man is trying to calm it down. Don't worry about it. You have co wives and that people are going to be jealous of you. Your co wives are going to be jealous of you. Other people, other women are going to be jealous of you. And everyone knows how much the Prophet loves you. Everyone knows your least favorite wife. Don't worry about what the people say. Calm down. How windy it is. Take it easy. It's

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not a big deal. People are going to spread lies and rumors about me. Hi, she said subhana wa. Have the people actually said this. Yeah, no. She's confirming and verifying. How do people actually said this? How could they dare say this thing? How could they accuse me of something like this?

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And our own little nonrequired What can she say?

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So how she says so I cried that night she spent either at her parents house, and I cried and I cried until the morning came and my tears would not stop.

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From the whole night she is crying. As she says my tears would not stop nor could I taste the sweetness of sleep.

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Now the reality hits home. People are actually talking to us about her staying disappointed. She cried and she cried when she cried she cannot even taste sleep. As she says I continue to cry I could not even fall asleep the whole night.

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Look at the wisdom and maturity of Ayesha's mother. She tried her best, but she couldn't do it. Because the situation is too severe. She tried her best to leave the situation, but the situation is too severe for us to leave, she cannot do anything. Also look at the sensitivity of eyeshadow, the low on the innocent, innocent, young girl for the first time she's exposed to such an evil and she cannot understand where it can come from. How can people say this about us?

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The process of locomotion narrating the progress of the film had already called alyvia. We thought it sounded even z as the what he had not come down.

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He had already asked them about me, I realized that he shot while this is happening, she doesn't know after all of this has occurred she found out that the process was in color early and had called the summer and so she's narrating it later on when she's old. So realize don't get confused. Now. I shot while this is going on doesn't know anything. But she's narrating the story. 2030 years down the line. So she's filling in the gaps at that point in time. Okay, so she says that the Prophet had already called it in the body as we saw it in the both of the people was very, very close to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam perhaps the closest people after Abu Bakar obviously a worker is

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difficult to invite you to talk to why because his father, so he cannot possibly book a resin book. It is the first person who tries to but he turns to someone and also it was some of both of them were from the profit family in a sense it directly as the seller was the adopted son, right. So he grew up in the profit House of their close quarters, you almost it is actual blood returned to almost a blood relative. So he invites them over here. As the inspiration has not come down. The Prophet has not been revealed yet anything about audition, so he doesn't know what to do. So he calls it an assignment. He had already asked him about me and about divorcing his wife. He doesn't

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know what to do. Should I divorce him Should I keep them as what was Salma was saw a busy, he testified what he knew about the profit family and that they were free of discharge and someone said they cannot be guilty, they must be innocent. And he said they are your wives and we know nothing but good about them. So soundly assuring the profits of alaris items this cannot be true. We have grown up in this household we know this, your whole wise we know your family, and we know nothing but good about them. As for it, he said the other foot Allah. Allah has not restricted matters upon you and there are plenty of women besides her.

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And her maid servants asked her maid services while she will confirm what you about her. So look now, both of the companions, Ali and Osama are trying to come to profit that they're trying to release his stress and strain

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through two different ways. Okay. Osama is saying this cannot be true. She must be innocent. She cannot be guilty. We know her. We know nothing but good about her. I, he is saying, you can find other women as well. Don't take it so hard upon yourself. Okay. Now obviously if she doesn't like the suggestion, well, you have to look at it from the perspective of Adina, he's trying to Come to papa sama gave him one alternative, which is, she is obviously innocent. I obviously did not insinuate that would have been done that she is guilty out of the law from this insinuation. Rather, he says a lot has not made things difficult upon you can marry anyone you want. If you wish to take

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another way, it's not a it's not difficult for you. As you know, the proper person was allowed to marry as many women as he wanted to.

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But to show that it the proof that it also believed that she was innocent, was that he said, Call her maid servant. But Eva burrito was her name, call her maid service, the one who accompanies her sleeps with her, each worker stays with the 24 hours a day, the one who knows better than anyone else, except for the processor and ask her what she knows. So you can see it doesn't feel insinuating that she's guilty. Rather, he's giving the profit to the other alternatives. And he's also comforting him to see if he wants you to call the dealer and see what she has to say about audition. So the province of film called the diva, and said, Yeah, but have you ever seen anything

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from it? So that will cause you to have doubts about her?

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You know her so well, now that she's come back? Have you seen anything different in the last month? I mean, there are signs that people give away, as you know, everyone knows when you do something, there are certain signs indications. So he's asking very well, are there any signs that you have seen? But even says, by Him who sent you with the truth? Will there be bias like I will have, I have not seen anything from her whatsoever? That will cause me to have doubts about her. Except one thing. What is this one thing? Look at the innocence of video and look at the trustworthiness of the euro that she's swearing by Allah she doesn't know anything doubtful. But she has to give something

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except something that has caused her some doubts about this. But about Jani she has to be honest, though, she has to tell the whole story. Anything evil, she knows about Ayesha? So look at this evil sinister thing that she's guilty of. She says, except that she is a younger, a younger, who sometimes falls asleep when she is leading the job. And when she falls asleep, the lamp comes in East his own goes.

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So this is the crime that I know she says that she falls asleep when she is needing to do and so the ghosts come and if the burden goes away, so look, look at the whole innocence here.

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swearing by Allah. She doesn't know anything long. But since she's one by 11, she is so honest, she must give everything she knows Okay. I'll even tell you this. Okay. This is the only thing I know her guilty of that she's still young as you fall asleep by her responsibilities to Panama, you don't know whether to laugh or to cry at the innocence of Arusha. Also, it shows you the permissibility of calling witnesses and trustworthy people. Even though the province has any hidden sauces, eyes, his wife, there is no one that knows it better than him. But still, just to calm your fears down just to get some good advice. It is allowed to call other people. And it is encouraged in Islam, to ask

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advice from people that you trust and look up to. He is the Prophet of Allah sallallahu it was sitting. Yes, he did not feel ashamed to call people lower than him and after advice would you think I should do and this is not the first time we will find also in the next story. That's the province of senators to advice for from people. And this tool for us. It is a very mature type of attitude that I don't need to ask advice from anyone. But this is not only stupid, it is an Islamic, it is a part of our religion. That's the problem is instead when someone asks you for advice, be sincere to him is consistent. When someone sincerely asks your advice, he wants to know what you what you

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should do or what he should do in his situation. He comes to you seeking advice, then give him proper and true advice. Okay, so it is a part of our religion as well. It also shows the love that the companions had to the Prophet sallallahu it he was still trying to calm the Prophet down through different ways. One of them in this way the other in that way, whatever is the cost, we weren't to calm the processes and I want to assure him once you make him get over this sickness, okay. Also it shows you the honesty and the meticulousness of the year or the service that is yes. And buddy that is a very interesting story in and of herself, which we don't have the time to get into.

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Look at also another points of benefit here, the intelligence of alcohol, the loved one, where he commands or he's not convinced he advises the province of the Law Center to go to but he or someone who is more knowledgeable than him as Oussama go to burrito because she knows it better than we do. Okay, so he advises the product is awesome that asked but and he does that he acts very raw, and he finds out very raw side of the story, which is basically she cannot be guilty of this. I have not seen anything evil or drawn from her when the Prophet says

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I've had gotten advice from Allianz from Simon from Madeira, that all he needed. These are the three pupils are the closest to him and so

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no one can be closer than this. So he called the General Assembly the process isn't immediately called the General Assembly. He stood up on the limb, but he praised a lot. And he said, Yeah, I'm not shoveling was the mean or gathering of believers, who will excuse me from a person who has hurt me even with regards to my wife. Now there's an artistic expression, which really cannot be translated many are good only Can anyone think of a physician those who speak Arabic accepted this, none of it is an expression which means whatever I do, you have nothing to blame you wish now, if I were to do anything to this nun, referring to who

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I've delivered in a way that subtle is the leader of the hypocrite, then you cannot blame me. He has effectively he has slandered me, he has even reached my wife. What do you want to is Can anyone blame me for anything I do to him now. So he saved money accidentally, who give me an excuse for whatever I use expression of in Arabic, okay. By Allah years, the prophets that are speaking by Allah, I only know good about my wife. I know any I know nothing but good about her. And they have mentioned a man with her support is immortal, concerning whom I only know good as well. And this is the greatest this year, that's the one I've ever been given in his life. The prophets, all

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tournaments testify on the member, that I know nothing but good about this nun as well.

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And he never enters upon my wives except if he is with me, like the one it's not knowing that he had any type of friendship or relationship with anyone. He has never been in my household except if I am there. So look at the Profit System. You can feel his anger and anguish now. His pain, you have to stand up in front of the Muslims. The munaf up are so low, so vulgar, so crude, that they do not even spare the whys of the progress of the long running center. How low can you get? So the province has to stand up and say, Will anyone Excuse me, can anyone give me right to do anything I want to this man who has even affected my wife has even slandered my wife. I know nothing but good about

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her. And I know nothing but good about this companion, as I mentioned with her.

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Now after this,

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we see her before going into 10th situation as the progresses and so the lower cinemas in and realize I say is unaware of what's going on, she is still innocent, in a small, you know, any surrounding she has no idea that the Prophet is defending her in public, he is standing on the member and defending her honor. Also, it shows you that

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good character saves you at all times, look at what the prophets have said instead of Ayesha underperform because of the good character, this cannot be true, when you have established a reputation that is good, then expect to benefit from that reputation later on. And when you have established your reputation, that is evil, only blame yourself if people talk about you then because the prophets along with him said that I know nothing except good about Ayesha and I know nothing is so good about software. So, he is using their characters to defend them, which shows you the importance of having your good reputation established having no doubt in other people's minds about

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you, it also shows you the importance of the status of appointed been locked in where the Prophet of Allah for the love of it instead of gave him fescue gave him his Certificate of approval that I know nothing but good about this month and we will find out how he died which will prove also

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this matter

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after the process of listening has said this

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was they didn't really stood up within the lay of the tribe of the how many times is the slaughterhouse

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how many hundreds of they have to the House and the President okay. So we say that in the parade

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was from the house he stood up and he said I excuse me are a pseudo law in other words, I understand your pain and frustration I excuse the IRS to the law for whatever you want to do. So if this person meaning

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ability to live this route, before about the outset, I will cut it off because he was one of the leaders of the house and if he did from amongst my brethren of the of the others look at how he says it my brother of the 100 then command us and we will do your bidding. In other words, I cannot just go into them immediately. You have to tell me and then I'll go kill now. It's so happened that

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that Abdullah in the waiting room was from the huddle. Okay, so what happened now? Look at the heavy energy here, look at the passion that people and many Muslims to this day have when he said this side of your brother immediately stood up and recorded by a law you have lied. You are a liar. You cannot kill him nor are you able to kill him.

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You cannot kill them nor are you able to kill him. Rather hi he bid from your tribe. You would not have liked that he be killed but you know he's from our tribe. So you can stand up and say this.

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Okay, and look at what what I just said is you

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Speaking of all of this is first person by the way, I should say I've had been before this incident, a righteous man. But the tribalism of the jahi overtook him. Look to the last minute I should descending everyone.

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I should think we didn't know anything bad about this man. He was a righteous person. And he was a righteous person.

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He fell into an error here, but he was printed and he came back to, you know, being a good, so happy that he was. But I said, look at the tribalism and agenda that overtook him. When he said this, the reply came back, obviously, from Crusade, the reply came back, rather, you are the liar, and we will surely kill him. You only a hypocrite defending the other hypocrites. Okay, obviously, we're not getting any personal here, you're accusing me of being a liar. And I'm just trying to defend the Prophet both of them. And then you accuse me of having jarhead dependencies, that I only want to do this because you're from the husband, not from the Oh, no, we will kill him and ask for you, you

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yourself are a liar and a hypocrite because you're defending the hypocrites, you're fighting on behalf of the perfect hypocrites. This obviously caused the passions of the house and the husband both of them to flare up. And they were about to fight one another. And the process of assembly standing under him was still

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look at the evil shape on how he tries to cards as soon as you most semesters, the process of standing in front of them the time of pain and anguish, this is not the time to do this. But they were about to fight one another. And the process was not to calm them down until they became quiet and that things will resolve amongst them. Look at him now. The man of the Sahaba

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especially the prisoners who say the police, he stands up and he's willing to kill anyone. We're willing to kill him at us, literally we just give the word is to him. If here's some Oh, it's no problem. I am the leader of the house, I can kill them normal. If anything is peace in the hundreds. Then if I kill him, people might say something. So you have to give me the commands, and I will kill him. Also look here at the evil effects of tribalism. Now we might say tribalism has died.

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I say tribalism exists just as much as it had existed before. Except the names have changed. It's not almost and it's Pakistani, and it's the gyptian and Indian it's this and that whatever it is, we'll learn your brother's tribalism exists just as bad if not worse than a digit did back in those days. This guy's an afro American this guy's white disguise this disguise that all of a giant e li pure and nothing but filthy repugnant. jahi like a wizard when he said in a fit of anger. Yeah, beloved, you are the son of a black woman. And he got angry at Bella and he said this. He was a process of them told him Yeah, but

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you are a person who still have shahidi in the chat. He has nothing but have nothing else the JD can make differentiation based upon your nationality and any where you come from my parents came from Foxconn, your parents came from Egypt, my parents came from this your parents get from that. And look now at our own Islamic center. And I say this sitting on their platform. We are struggling strike by this type of ridiculousness stupidity. I come here visiting for the summers. And I'm amazed at this type of ignorance. This type of an era where it makes the person angry, do you not benefit in front of you, we'll look at what is happening in front of the profit center and he calms

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him down. And the process of the logarithm said clearly that there are things for things of God will remain in my own most of them as possible.

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And service that should be proud of one genealogy. I am from this and you are coming. And he says these things will remain in my own mind. And to this day they are remaining and if a certain person is an Arab all the others will come from just because he's an earth another person talks money all the people will come to Jessica's is about fun, not because of his qualities, not because of his traits, not because of his good or bad a certain burden humio club but what nationality is it depends on the nationality if I offend him or not. He's giving a lecture if I want to attend his lecture, where does he come from? This is Jay Z, plain and simple. That's all it is.

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And there's a very exclusive Hades which I don't like dimension here. But about this incident those of you that know the ideas are warning me not to mention okay, but the fact that is nothing but

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filthy jahi like the person said neptunas yahaya or the filthiness. The, the you know, like, there is no word but filtering is the evil of God. This is all that is and it is still existed in our time. So I advise every one of us sitting here, even if our whole society around us has gotten into this fitness era versus Indian Pakistani, let each one of us be above it. Like each one of us based a person on his merits and not based upon what the nationality or the passport of his father was. Okay? Even if the entire world is going to shambles let us not fall into trust blindly with our eyes closed and just go into the fitness No, let them do what they want. Let them bark like the dogs bark

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amongst themselves. As for us, we have a man and we have his son, every person is my Muslim brother, whether he's from this country or that country. Okay, and let us learn from this awesome project. These are the Sahaba and the sheets.

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I was able to clear up this between them. So what do you think about about us and that is why this is why it is so much worse than most us where she thought to cause something so small to become so big. So we see here and also another point of benefit. Look at the strong leadership of the process of the love. Why do you send them the Ellison, the husband or for generations, having worked generations,

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yet the profit solar system when it is about to flare up, he is able to calm them down, he's able to resolve the situation.