Seerah 011 – The Women Who Cared for the Prophet

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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You're listening to lm Institute podcast, visit us on the web at vollum institute.org. And join us on [email protected] slash column Institute. This means that you will learn the lower salatu salam ala rasulillah. Asahi edge marine.

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Shalom, we're continuing with our, with our series on the seed of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the prophetic biography.

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last couple of weeks we discuss the birth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and some of the events leading up to his birth, the circumstances of his birth. And we also talked about some of the miraculous events or occurrences that were that happened literally the night of the birth of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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There's a very interesting narration that's mentioned by Alhamdulillah irati Rahim Allah where he talks about one that he believes about or not, that there are four times four occasions throughout history when shape on he literally moaned and cried. The word run over Ameen also comes from this it doesn't just mean to cry or scream, but it means like when somebody really moans and cries like Wales, so there are four occasions throughout history on which shape on he wailed and he cried like miserably like a wild animal. He cried, and he moaned and wailed with the first instance was when he was cursed by Allah subhanaw taala when the Lana was put upon ship and then He willed and he cried

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in this manner, the second occasion was when he was cast down to the earth. This the third occasion was the birth of the prophets a lot he said, We oma will lead to the prophets a lot. He seldom says that the day that the Prophet Alayhi Salaam was born, the fourth occasion, the majority of the narrations actually mentioned that it was the day the occasion on which salted Fatiha was revealed, that she had gone wailed and cried in this manner when sort of the Fatiha was revealed. Because of what a gift it was. One variation of narration actually says we'll move on to on the day that Prophethood was given to the profits of autism club is Mira bicolor, the HELOC when that event in

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that occasion occurred, then that was the occasion and yet if not a bus or the loved one Huma has another narration in which he says that she had gone wailed and cried and moaned. On the day that fetch from aka the conquest of Makkah, had finally occurred, nevertheless, so this is a narration talking about that same incident. So

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now moving on, so obviously, when I were discussing the infants, the infancy of the prophets, a lot of a sudden, his, you know, his, the stage of the prophets, a lot of him being an infant, a newborn baby. Now, one thing that has to be understood, obviously, I'm going to say the obvious here that when a newborn child, when there's a newborn child, there's an infant, of course, that child still requires sustenance, requires to be fed or to be nursed. And of course, that is done by the mother, right? A child, an infant has to be given milk is only capable of drinking milk. And so more often than not the child is breastfed is fed by the mother. Well, at the same time, one thing that we have

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to understand is that, you know, and even till today, this this tradition continues until today, maybe in more rural areas, or different parts of the world. But the mother is not the only one who feeds the child who breastfeeds the child, but there might be other women, such as other women within the family. All right, at the same time, sometimes there are nurses, wet nurses, there are women who primarily serve this role serve this purpose. They're kind of like nannies where they not only take care of the child, and you know, watch the child, but part of their responsibilities to also nurse and feed the child. All right. So this is part of the tradition, this has always been

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around there. This has always been around, this has always occurred. So the situation with the profits, a lot of them was no different either.

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So of course, the profits, a lot of them once he was born, he was fed by his mother. And that was actually recorded within the books of Sierra that the very first woman that he was fed by nursed by was his own mother, his own biological mother Amina, who we spoke about in detail. At the same time, though, we're told in multiple narrations that the prophets a lot a Salaam was also nursed by he was also fed by breastfed by other women at the same time. And so it's very important for us to also understand who are these women and know a little bit about them. And I'll tell you exactly why that's important. It's not just a site detail. This is not like talking about somebody who randomly

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babysit into profits a lot of time on a day even though talking about the Messenger of Allah, I personally would feel that would still be very, that would be something I would like to sell No, because who are these people who he grew up around. Nevertheless, it's not just that simple, because part of even the Islamic this was part of the culture, the Arab culture at that time, and Islam came and not only maintained

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But establish this and solidify this, that when a person a child has been nursed, has been breastfed by a woman that establishes certain relations between the child and that woman, that woman then we're Omaha logical melotti of Barna come in the i o in which Allah subhanaw taala established establishes to him, Allah subhanaw taala establishes the Muharram How do you metallicum, Omaha tsukumo, Bana Takuma Khawaja como, como Kala taco, all right, Allah subhanho wa Taala is, for instance, telling us that, you know, your mother's and your sisters and your daughters and your maternal and paternal odds, etc, etc, other categories as well, that these women are, it is

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forbidden for you to marry them. They are your hottie. Now, it is forbidden for you to marry them. And there are some other implications. And there are some other commandments that come about as a result, and as a consequence of that search, such as the boundaries of a job.

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And in other situations as well. Well, one of those categories, and one of those types of women that are mentioned here in this list, is what Omaha took Malati abanico, those mothers of yours a lot refers to them as your mothers who breastfed you who nursed you who fed you milk. All right, those women also become your mothers. All right, and establishes relations, very similar parallel to blood relations. It's not as deep as blood relations, it's not by a biological relation. All right, for instance, they don't hold the same level and the same status when it comes to inheritance and other things because those are established primarily through blood relations. Nevertheless, at the same

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time, it does establish relations. And so when a man a boy, a child, and he grows up to be a man, when he was nursed, or he was breastfed by a woman, that is basically like, that is his milk mother. That is his robot,

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own robot, that is his milk mother. And just like his own mother, he can't marry your he has a certain relationship with her. He also has a relationship with her, she is his milk mother, and he will never, it's not possible for him to marry this woman. And if he has children, she has a daughter, he can't marry her daughter. So even though he was nursed by this woman, and she has a biological daughter, he can't marry that girl, because that's his sister.

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that establishes that level of relation. All right, so it's very important. So these women who nursed her breastfed the profits, all of a sudden, they're very important. These were the other. These were the milk mothers of the prophets, Allah de Sena. So they definitely are very, very important. And it's important for us to get to know them.

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So one of the first women who one of the women who actually nurse the profits, a lot of a sudden, there's actually another woman who knows the Profit System before her. We'll talk about her second though, the one of the women who nursed the profits a lot he said, um, and she went on to play a very important role in his life. We'll be talking more about her again, I don't want to get ahead of myself. When talking about the Sierra, it's very important not to go way too far ahead and discuss other incidents. But she was somebody who continued to be a very important person, throughout the life of the prophet SAW some just to give you a little bit of a glimpse and an understanding of how

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vital and important she was to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam that when the Prophet said seven was traveling with his mother, and it was the journey on which the mother of the prophets, a lot of them actually passed away. The third person with them on that journey was the same woman. And she was actually the one who after the mother of the prophets a lot who was buried. She was the one who brought the prophets a lot even back home to Mecca, and handed him over to his grandfather Abdulmutallab. So she was somebody who was very important to the prophet SAW said um, her name was Baraka, like Baraka blessing, the word Baraka that we know and she is more famously known as a man

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so when you hear that name, it might ring a bell or more Amen, but her name was actually Buttercup.

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And this woman, Baraka, omo. Amen, she was actually a

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she was actually a habit, she woman. She was from East Africa, and she was the she was a slave. Previously, it's mentioned that she was originally owned by Abdullah the grandfather of the prophets a lot. He said him who had given her to his son Abdullah, and of course when Abdullah, the father of the prophet SAW son passed away, then she came into the possession of his mother Amina, and that's why she was in their home, and she nursed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, later on

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the profits, a lot of them inherited her from his mother of course as well. And when the profits a lot of them became married, too.

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Khadija radi Allahu Allah at the age of 25, which we'll talk about later, he freed her at that time. He freed her at that time, and she became a free woman, but she remained very, very close to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. So even though she was free, but nevertheless, she maintained a very close relationship, personal relationship to the process, um, she was one of his milk mothers. Not only that, but she literally held that type of a position and a status in the life of the Prophet. So somewhere, this was an older woman in the life of the Prophet system. And he, she was very near and dear to his heart and used to look up to her and he may remain very close to her

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throughout his life. In fact, it's even mentioned in certain narrations that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to literally call out to her as yet.

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When you would speak to her, you would, you would literally call her your

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own mother. And the prophets Nelson would very fondly very pleasantly speak about her and, and whenever he would allude to her, you'd be talking about her to somebody else. And to other people, he would often say how he Buckley yet to Annie Beatty, she is all that is left of my family.

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She's all that is left of my family. And so she was very, very near and dear to him.

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And he had a lot of love for her. And he always used to keep her very, very close to him. And

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so she of course, went on to accept Islam and accepted the message of the prophets, Allah He said on ones Prophethood in revelation came, and she performed the hijra. She performed the his or she was one of the early people who left Makkah and went to Abyssinia went to East Africa. Later on, of course, she joined the prophets, a lot of Islam in Medina. Not only that, but it is also mentioned about her that she accompany the prophets, a lot of Islam and the Muslims onto the battlefield in a few of the battles. So from her monopoly, even from her father, Eileen has said that when he when he only a man heads or when he had all right that she was able to perform the migration and she even

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participated in some of the has a lot in the battles, and she accompanied them out there to serve water to take care of some of the injured. Along with that she also had her own son, whose name was Ayman, this was from one of our previous marriages. At the time, when the promises of freedom she became married. And her husband i'd also accepted Islam when the message came. And she had a son from that first marriage, whose name was Amen. And amen radi Allahu anhu was also a believer. He also performed the heat during the migration with his mother and he also participated in some of the facades and some of the battles.

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her first husband, of course, he was martyred in one of the battles. And at that time, she, you know, was single, she was not married at that point, she had her son, amen. And the profits a lot, he said, um, one time proposed, he put this proposition out there. And he said, that Mancera who was a was a terminology an affiliate, so was a man, that whoever would like to marry a woman from the people of Paradise, that person should propose to a man

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that if somebody wants to marry agenda to woman, he will marry a man. And of course, at that time, the adopted son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. They've been hard, Ethan. All right. And we know for a fact that in the Koran, this was a young boy, a child, a young man, whom the processor originally owned as a slave and then he freed him when he chose, again, when Chawla will get there and we'll talk about it but Zaid bin Hadith about the Allahu anhu, was kidnapped and was taken into slavery. He eventually was bought from the slave market by Khadija rhodiola Juana and she gifted him to the prophets a lot of Islam at the time of their marriage. And later on, when Islam came Zadar

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the Allahu anhu accepted Islam.

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And later on the father of zero, the long one who was a leader of his tribe and had been looking for him for literally four years. And there's a very beautiful story, very touching story that the father of Zadar, the Allahu Anahata, he would oftentimes go outside of his villages town, and he would recite poetry. He would go out there at the time when the sun would set and he would watch the sun setting and he would recite couplets of poetry, speaking about the, you know, the love and how he longed and how much he missed his son's aid. And he had been looking for him. So hon Allah, it just reminds me, you know, maybe somebody has seen online or it's being circulated on Facebook. A

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young Muslim sister of ours has gone missing. Sister Ayesha Khan, she went missing I think about a few days ago, from her campus in Kansas. And today, I saw a video on YouTube, where they were interviewing her father, and he had not spoken to the media and depressing literally, this man was physically incapable of speaking. Every single time he opened his mouth, just simply saying please

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Try to find her and look for all he would do is cry and sob, uncontrollably sobbing and crying. So, the father of aid, radi Allahu anhu used to go out there and look for his son and he would cry and long for his son. He eventually found out the news that, you know, I think we saw your son with that man who is claimed profit when in Mecca.

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So he comes to Mecca, ready to pay whatever it takes to free his son and take his son back. And so the prophet SAW some sense, of course, if he's your son, then sure, when David de la Manu is brought out and reunited with his father, Xavier the Allahu anhu actually says that, you know, I'm really happy to see you and meet you again. But I actually would like to stay with Mohammed salatu salam,

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I'd like to stay with him. He's the messenger and the Prophet of Allah, this man has treated me like a family member, I have no complaints. And on top of that, he's a messenger of Allah, and I believe in him as a messenger of Allah. So I want to stay here with him. And the process of was so touched, and to put the father's you know, concerns at rest and to let him know that your son wants to say, but to let you know that he'll be taken care of the process of actually embraced him and said, From here on, you're freed, and not only that, but you will be my son. I take you in as my son. But later on, we know that from the Quranic conjunction that

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adoption did not establish those types of relationships. Like for instance, breastfeeding would that by taking somebody in and taking care of them, there's nothing wrong. So adoption as a concept of taking somebody taking an orphan into your care, that remains something that is very admirable, but it would not establish family relations. It would not establish family relations, because what people used to do was they used to actually refer to Zeebo the loved one who has a been Muhammad. These refer to him as a bin Mohammed, so that was was forbidden or only about him in the law. Rather, he went back to being called Zaid bin Mohammed, excuse me, Zayed bin Hadith, he went back to

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being called Zaid, the son of haritha, because that was his father's name, Nadine bin Mohammed, and SubhanAllah. There's even a story about how he was very saddened by this. He was very saddened by this. So then later on, then he used to be referred to as aid Mola Rasulullah. Zaid monado Salinas aid, the one who is affiliated with the prophets who loves him because he was a freed slave of the process of nevertheless.

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So Xavier, the loved one who, who the processes are taken care of, but of course there was no family blood relationship there. So when the process um says that Omo, a man, his milk mother, that this is such a virtuous woman, a pious woman, a righteous woman, and whoever wants to marry a woman of Paradise will marry a man, but our karate a lot more on that date or the long one who steps up and he tells the process of that I would like to marry a man and he of course, became married to a man

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and they had a son than a by the name of Osama to the Museo Oussama de San Jose rhodiola Juan Houma and Osama radi Allahu anhu, used to actually be known as Hebrew Rasulullah Osama Hebrew rasulillah, him coming from her from haba from love, because he was basically called Oussama, the Beloved of the prophets, Allah de Sena. Because he was basically like a brother of the prophet SAW sent him at this point. And he was the son of the man whom the prophets Allah He sent him had raised and literally taken care of. So there were so many relationships here that it was somewhat of the Ilana was very beloved to the process setup. Once the process of walked by, and Zaid are the long line who and his

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son who Samarra De La Hoya, radi Allahu anhu, also the son of omo Ayman, the milk mother of the process of zaidan, who some are the loved one who were lying down and they were sleeping actually in the masjid. They were laying down and sleeping in the masjid. And the prophet SAW some saw them lying there just resting, taking some rest and sleeping. And the prophets of Salaam said that, that I swear by Allah, I love both of them.

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And I will and then he said, Oh Allah, I want you to love both both of them.

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And one time he said he saw both of them sitting there and he said, I swear by Allah, I feel so much love and mercy and compassion for both of them. Allah have mercy and compassion upon both of them. So these were some people that were very special to the process. I mean, he loved them very, very dearly. These were like some of the family members of the prophets Alliance and they were literally family to him. And he loved them very, very dearly and deeply.

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So omo Ayman she of course, so talking about her she was one of the women who nursed the profits on set up. She was an African slave she was freed later on by the prophets of Salaam. And she was like a mother to the prophets who loves him and she actually was his milk mother, and later on became married to Xavier the Allahu anhu. It said that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away, she was found crying, unclean.

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controllably crying she was very deeply sad and she was crying. But very interestingly she was very knowledgeable. She was very spiritual. She was very deep she was very thoughtful. And so she was asked for cleaning a hot tub Kim Young a man, you cry omo a man. She said, Well, la isla de la to Anna who say amoud she said I swear by Allah I knew he was going to pass away.

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The Quran that was being revealed the way he was speaking to people. She said, I knew that I raised him. I knew him. I could completely tell he was going to be passing away soon I knew he was going to die. This is not a shock. There's not like a you know, it's sadness, but it's not a shock to me. I knew he was going to die. Like kidney innama of ki Ll ye even pata. Even pata Mina sama. She said, rather I cry because it just hit me. I just realize that divine revelation will no longer come down from the sky.

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we as a people, we as humanity, we as an oma will no longer directly experience the revelation coming down directly from a loss of power. And that's what makes me cry, that that era of the era of revelation has come to an end. Because Alec and so

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this is tells you a little bit about how profound and how intelligent that movement was.

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It said that the prophets a lot he said I'm left some things for her. And the process um, before he passed away, he gave certain gifts to her he gave her about five camels. And he gave her a few other basic things, the most of them didn't have much himself in terms of material things when he passed away. But nevertheless, out of the little bit that he had, he gifted some things to her and he gave her certain things before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away.

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And it said that

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omo a man, there's a very interesting narration that is mentioned about her that says that one time she was fasting, while she was traveling, and she became extremely thirsty, extremely thirsty. And she literally got to the point where and actually does, it's also mentioned that this is talking about the incidence of higit on because it said about a man that she migrated from Mecca to Medina, by herself on her own. And it said that she did it on foot. And she literally did not have any provisions. She didn't have anything with her. And she migrated in this in this way in the shape in this manner. And it said that while she was migrating, she became so thirsty, that she literally

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thought that she would die from thirst. And at that time, she saw that she was lying underneath a tree. She was lying underneath the tree and she literally thought that she was going to die, she was going to pass away from thirst. And it said that a bucket literally came down from above her, and it had water and then she drank from the bucket from the water in that bucket. And this was a miracle. And she drank from the water in that bucket and she says that I swear to God for the rest of my life. Whenever I drank water I drank for just because I felt like it. I drank just to enjoy it or to just drink for the sake of drinking water. But she said for the rest of my life. I never felt

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thirsty ever again.

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So these are one of the miracles that occurred with mo Ayman. So she was a very blessed woman and it said that she died she passed away

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about

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20 days after the death of honorable Katara the long line. So she passed away about 20 days after the death of honorable Hata radi Allahu anhu. So she died during the life of earthman rhodiola Juana and she of course died of old age and natural causes. So this is a story of a man, one of the women who nursed the profits. I'm in a woman who literally was like a mother to the profits a lot of the time, and she raised him, another woman who nursed the profits a lot a sudden, her name was

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through labor. Her name was through labor. And also some very interesting incidents are stories about this particular woman as well.

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That it said that she was the she was a slave girl who was owned by a Buddha. She was a slave girl that was owned by Abu lahab. And when the profits of Lani cinnamon was born, she actually came running to Abu lahab to let him know that you know, you have a nephew your nephew has been born. Because remember, the father of the prophet SAW cinema Abdullah he had passed away. He was the youngest brother, the youngest sibling of the youngest brother rather of Abu lahab. And so everybody was anticipating all the family members like Hubble Tom and Ibis and Hamza and Abu lahab. And, of course the grandfather of the metallic. Everybody was anticipating the

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birth of the child because they were so saddened by the loss and the death, the this very sudden tragic death of Abdullah, this very young, bright member of their family, that they were all anticipating the birth of his child. So she comes running to Abu lahab to tell him that, you know, your, your brother's son, Abdullah son had just has been born just right now. And Bula when he heard the news that this child has come into this world and my my brother's son is born. He was so overjoyed and he was so happy that literally on the spot, he told her that you are free.

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He freed her on the spot, which also kind of tells you a little bit about Bula hub that how, you know interesting his change of heart was that this was a man who was so overjoyed by the birth of the prophets on Salaam. And he was such a family type of person. He was so committed to the family, that just by hearing that his nephew was born in his dead brother's son was born, that he was so overjoyed that he literally freed the same girl who brought him this news. All right, but nevertheless, she was freed she because she was in the family and she was the slave Grove abou lab. She had nursed

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Hamza radi Allahu anhu, as well. So the uncle of the prophets of Salaam Hamza was also the blood was also the milk, brother of the prophets on lobbyists. All right, and that's also one of the reasons why he was so near and dear to the process. And so he had also nursed hams out of the Allahu anhu as well. So she was freed at that time. But nevertheless, she still remained close to the family and the condom, the extended family, and she kind of remained in service to the family. And so she ended up nursing the profits on sentiment, it's actually said that after the mother of the process of she was the first woman to nurse the profits along the Senate.

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So she also nursed the profits a lot in Salem, and she had her she her son, herself, had a son by the name of Missouri. And she had also nursed hums out the uncle of the profits a lot he sent him. And she had also nursed Abou salema

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Abou salema, she had also nursed him. All right, and I'll tell you a little bit about this in just a little bit in sha Allah. So it said about through Eva, radi Allahu Allah, that she also later on ended up accepting Islam. And it said that she nursed the prophet SAW sent him for about four months. But it said that she also later on Well, of course, when the prophet of Islam received his message, and he became a prophet. She ended up accepting Islam. And the prophets, a lot of them would regularly send gifts for her. throughout the rest of his life, he would always send gifts for her, you would go and visit her. He used to, you know, when he when he had his own children, he took

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his children to introduce his children to Eva, da da, da, da. And he told all of his children that this is one of my mothers. He also fed me when I was a baby when I was a child. And it said that Khadija Roddy along with, the wife of the Prophet says, I'm used to honor her used to visit her, used to send gifts for her. So they treated her like family. They treat her like family, she was also treated like as the mother of the Protestants and would be treated. And it said that she ended up dying, she ended up passing away the seventh year of digital after the Battle of Faber.

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And her son muscle had actually died even before that, but she accepted Islam. And she ended up believing in the message of the Prophet of Islam. And she actually died after the Battle of Faber in the seventh year of Hinduism. So that's a little bit of detail about her. And there's actually another story another incident within which she's mentioned, in which the daughter of abuse of Yon omo Habiba, who is the daughter of Abu sufian. And she was one of the wives of the process. Um, she is one of the Mahajan won't be nearly as much as Roger tahara. She's one of the wives of the profits a lot. He said, um, she actually gave a proposal to the profits a lot. He said, um, one time, so

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from this generation, it's an extended duration. So I'll share the whole narration with you. She offered a proposal to the profits a lot, he said at one time to marry her sister.

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As I've been to Abby, Sophia. She said, Why don't you marry my sister? Because, you know, obviously, I have the honor and the distinction and the, the blessing of being one of your wives. And I learned so much and I benefit from so much. So why don't you take my sister as a wife as well and marry her as well. So she can also share in this blessing

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the profits a lot he said, um, and she actually in other nations that she kind of, you know, pleaded her case she was like, you know, I won't be jealous, I won't have a problem with it. I will want my sister to benefit from this. The prophets. A lot of them said, this is not permissible. He said don't don't make this type of an offer to me for Nevada liability. This is not permissible.

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And she said, Really? I only she said, I meant no offense on messenger of Allah. I didn't mean to bother you. I didn't mean to offend you. I only offered this because we've been talking. right there's we've been having discussions like, like, it happens in any family. So we've been kind of like talking that we thought that you were thinking about marrying the daughter of Abu Salah. Right. We met we thought that you that you've been thinking about marrying the daughter of Abu selima, and the prophet SAW Selim said that. You mean the daughter of Omar Salima, who was also one of the wives of the prophets, Allah de Sena, one of the other wives of the promises was almost haleema de la now

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meaning he says when you send the daughter of abou send him out, do you mean the daughter of Osama because Abu Salim Of course, you know, they had a, they had a child by the name of Salima, they were a couple who had accepted Islam, when they accepted Islam and they, they were literally torn apart by their families. And they were all completely separated. And later on, they were able to be reunited. But then I will tell him I passed away and Selma was very, very sad. It said, Actually one of the most amazing stories about a very loving couple, like one of those famous romantic stories that's told from you know, the Sahaba radi Allahu Alem, in that early generation was Abu salema.

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That when they were completely torn apart and separated by their families, because they had accepted to someday become Muslims, these too long to meet each other and they would write poetry for each other, they would send letters to each other. And when they were reunited, they were deeply in love. So when I was telling him I finally passed away, almost Salima was deeply saddened. And it was very, very tragic for her. And after some time, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam actually proposed to her and married her. And then of course, not only took care of her, but took care of her children. So she's now one of the wives of the Prophet SAW Selim. So when she says that we we thought we've been having

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some discussions, we were kind of whispering to each other. We thought you wanted to you were going to eventually married the daughter of Abu Sinema. He said, So you mean the daughter of almost all of my one of my wives? She said, Yes. The prophets a lot. He said. He said, That's impossible. I could never married the daughter of a woman Salima for two reasons, not just one, but two reasons. In the Hello lamb tycoon Robbie ba TV fi Hijri Mahalaxmi. She said, first of all, he said First of all, I can't marry her, because she is a child of one of my wives. And of course, this is also mentioned there, what are by evoko melotti. Right? That one of the if you have a child, if there is a child of

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one of the women that you have married, then you cannot marry that girl. So if a man is married to a woman, and that woman has a daughter from a previous marriage, he can no longer marry her daughter. He cannot marry her daughter. All right, because he is married to her mother. He cannot marry her daughter. So he said First of all, I cannot marry the daughter of almost Salima because her mother is my wife. All right, so I can't marry her. I've taken care of her. She's my, you know, kind of like my stepdaughter. And so I can't marry her. It's not permissible, he said, but even if that was not the case, I still could marry her. mahala to be so can marry or why in the holla Ebner to a

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human or bar because she's my niece.

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She's my niece through milk.

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Because her father Abou salema and I were nursed by the same woman out of it. Me What about selling math way, way back? What do you love?

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That both myself and abou Salima her biological father were nursed by the weyba. She was both of our milk mother's father daughter Edna Alia bonacci kona Kava chicken. All right. And it's actually mentioned that and then the process of actually goes on to say, all right, and from here on out ground rule. From here on out, we have a rule. He said, I don't want you to bring to me proposals of your daughters and your sisters anymore.

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All right. So no more don't bring me these proposals anymore. They're not allowed to not permissible. Don't do it. All right.

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And

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Subhanallah it said.

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So I also told you about how to Eva, the milk mother of the prophets a lot is him. She was originally owned by Abu lahab. And she was actually freed by Abu lahab. When she brought him the news of the birth of the prophets a lot of a sudden, it's actually mentioned in the narration

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that

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Abu lahab

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Abu lahab was seen by some people some of his family members, and it's actually in another narrations mentioned he was specifically seen by a bass. His brother, radi Allahu anhu. So a bass or the Allahu anhu saw a Buddha having a dream later on much

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Later on, and he asked him he goes what happened with you what transpired with you? Meaning after death? What what what came of you? What became of you?

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Abdullah told him alibaba.com Hey, Ron,

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I have not seen I have not experienced anything good since I left the world. Meaning I've been I've been a lot of punishment has been afflicted upon me because of what I did. I oppose a message I oppose, on I oppose Mohammed Salah sallallahu sallam, and so I've seen nothing but punishment and you know, shot a bad thing since I died. He says later on need to hurry to fee has he been adopted teeth waiver. He says there's only one thing though. And another narration actually says in the Hulu cover for our legal fee, Mr. Yeoman is named. He said, I've been punished nonstop since I left the world because of my opposition to the message of Allah. He said except that every Monday, I'm given

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a break from punishment.

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Every Monday I'm given a break from punishment. Why? Because on Monday,

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when the prophets a lot, he said I'm one Muhammad Rasul Allah who was born. And the way Bob brought me the news of the birth of the process of I freed her. And so because of that one good deed that I did. And later on, she went on to nurse, the process of him become one of his milk mothers. And she was somebody very near and dear to Mohammed and I saw some and I did a good deed, I did a kind thing to her and I showed some respect to the process on the day that he was born. Because of that, every Monday I'm given a break from my punishment. So hello. So this is just a little bit of detail about two of the women who nursed and who breastfed the profits of someone who were two of the mothers the

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milk mothers of the process of a man who is a very important person to the Prophet ism and to Eva, by the Allahu Allahu Allah. And inshallah, of course, there are other women as well that are mentioned, from the women who nursed the prophets a lot he sent them.

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And of course, one of the more well known commonly, you know, discussed, women who nurse the profits a lot he seldom was of course haleema. As an as she's very endearingly remembered and referred to as Halima Saudia, the very blessed woman by the name of Halima, radi Allahu Allah. So inshallah we will talk more about her in the in next week's session inshallah, in the coming sessions, we'll talk about Halima de Aloha, and we'll talk about how the prophets a lot, he said, um, came to be in her care, and some of the experiences that the prophets a lot of them had while he was in her care, and how she ended up also having a very profound impact upon the process. I mean, she was somebody who

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is very near and dear to the Messenger of Allah salatu salam throughout the rest of his life. So hon Allah He will be humble. He's 100 columbium Nick. Mashallah. La ilaha illa Anta, the Sofitel governor to Willie