24 - Lessons from Uhud
1. We have to judge everything based on "duniya".
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2. The companions were not afraid of death as they hastened to akhira.
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3. Wahshi was an Algerian slave.
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4. Prophet salullahu alaih wassallam did not want to see Wahshi's face.
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5. Humans have control over how they react to the ups and downs.
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6. Muslims work in this world to get a higher level in Jannah.
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7. One should focus on the means of this world and only rely on himself.
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8. Khalid Ibn Walid obeyed Omar al Khattab radi Allahu unhu when he told him to step down from his position of the chief of the army.
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9. Success is promised to Muslims when they are obedient and steadfast.
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10. There was never any "ikhtalaf" (difference of opinion) amongst the companions of the Prophet salullahu alaih wassallam.
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11. "Ikhtilaf" is disunity.
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12. Their is heirarchy in Deen.
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13. Keeping the rows straight in congregation develops love, unity, discipline.
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14. When a few from amongst Ummah disobey Allah and His Prophet salullahu alaih wassallam the whole Ummah suffers.
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15. The spoils of war caused the archers to disobey Prophet salullahu alaih wassallam.
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16. Mushrikins will be at the lowest level of Jahannam.
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17. We can show our love for Prophet salullahualaih wassalam by following him.
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18. Most of the martyrs at Uhud were from the Mahajirins.
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19. After the loss at Uhud, Muslims were afraid that Quraysh might come back and attack.
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20. The Muslims made 500 fires to scare Quraysh.
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21. The Quraysh were never victorious after Uhud.
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