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Seerah 084 – The Prophets Family Joins him in Madinah
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shala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam zero to Namibia. Today we're going to be
actually we reached a point in the Sierra, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam migrates from Mecca to Medina makes the move from Mecca to Medina arrives Of course first and Oba stays there for about a week and a half. advances on into Medina establishes the mustard of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam takes up his temporary residence in the home of Oh boo but will you belong Sati bloody Allahu talana May Allah be pleased with him. And at that particular time the prophets a lot of them surveys Medina and its circumstances its people the economic, the religious and social, political situation in Medina. The prophets a lot of a sudden starts meeting with local
leaders in Medina, he meets with some of the key Jewish tribes in Medina. So we've talked about all of this over the last number of weeks. What basically happens and transpires at this time, once the prophets a lot Nizam himself arrives in Medina, settles in Medina establishes the masjid takes care of the immediate things that needed to be done. As soon as he arrived, things that needed that required his attention immediately after his arrival in Medina, the next thing the prophets, Allah decent turned his attention towards was actually now bringing over his family. Because if you keep in mind, one of the things that I've emphasized throughout this era, going back to the childhood of
the prophets a lot, he said, um, then the adulthood of the prophets a lot he said, of his marriage, raising of children, and even the early era, the early part of the Makita. One of the things that I've continuously emphasized is the aspect of family which is very visible, which is very prominent in this era in the life of the prophets a lot. He said,
it is not an exaggeration, by any means.
To call the prophets a lot, he said, I'm not just a family man, but the family man. Meaning that the prophets a lot, he said, was obviously a family man in the sense of the word that in the literal sense of the word where he had a family, but the prophets a lot he said on was the ultimate family man, he was the best husband, he was the best father possible. And so what we what now obviously comes into play is the profits, a lot of them is missing his family, he longs for his family, and he wanted to get there and establish everything and make sure everything was set and safe and sound before he brought his family over. So now was that time, one of the things that I did not touch upon
earlier, because I didn't want us to get bogged down into that discussion at that particular point was that if we go back about a year before the migration, a year before the hedges, so we're basically talking about after Hadith of the Allahu taala and he passed away, and three weeks later, Abu Talib, the uncle of the prophets, a lot of them also passes away. About two years after that. The prophets a lot of them for these two years, was the single father raising his daughters on his own. His eldest daughter, Zainab radi Allahu taala, Anna, she was married to a man by the name of Buddha ours,
even rabbir and his three daughters were not married. Actually, his second daughter was also married
ruqayyah the Allahu taala on her, and then he had two daughters that were not married at this time. That was a good film. And lastly, Fatima, bloody Allahu taala Anna, Fatima de la who jarana particularly at this time was still quite young. And so the profits a lot isn't for all intensive purposes is a single father, raising his daughters and taking care of them himself. And together as a family, they're recovering and, you know, basically recovering and from the loss of Khadija radi Allahu taala. And the wife of the prophets allowed him in the mother of the prophets, allottee sons, daughters, the mother of his children.
One of the interesting things that happened so this about a year before the hits are so we're taking a look back, but I kept it for this particular time because we could address it all at one place at one time right here. And that is that at that time, two years after Khadija the Allahu taala and he passed away the books of Sierra the books of the narration of the life of the prophets a lot he said I mentioned that Hola, Vinton Hakeem
comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is the wife of earthman badmouth the owner, the Allahu taala and who, so hola Binta Hakeem she comes to the prophets a lot of these images as jasola la alat is a witch or messenger of Allah, will you not remarry? And the prophets a lot, he said, um, says, Who would you suggest that I get married to? So she says at that time, it's a big runway to think even, that if you want you can marry someone who hasn't been married before. All right, or you could marry someone who has been previously married. So the profits are lovely. Some asks her for money big. Who would it be if I was to marry someone who has never married before? And
she responds by saying, even though I have beheld the law he like the daughter of the most beloved of God's creation to you, meaning the person that is the most beloved to you marry his daughter, and that was Ayesha Ebner to be Becker radi Allahu taala and Houma. He shot the daughter of Abu Bakr radi Allahu on the prophets, a lot of SMS asks her woman atheist, who would you suggest for me to marry if I was to marry someone who was previously married. So she said, so dive into xmr I will suggest soda the daughter of xmr xmr, he was one of the leaders of the crash. So I would make I would suggest his daughter soda, but the eminent speaker, whatever atka allama Taku she believed in
you early on, sold out of the Allahu taala and her and her husband saklan. They were some of the early converts to Islam. They accepted Islam, way back in the early days of Mecca. And as the books of history actually tell us and we'll talk about this a little bit more today. But eventually, they migrated her and her husband, they both migrated to Habesha.
But anyway, so she suggests that you marry soldado the Allahu taala on her because she believed in you back in the early days. And she followed you in everything that you instructed everything that you said, meaning she's a sound believer. So he tells cola fed hubby fed happy federal, federal Kima aleja so go and make the proposal on my behalf for the 100 beta Rebecca Paulette,
Merman mother Allah Allahu la comida ladywell Baraka so she goes to the house of Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah who approaches the mother of Ayesha radi Allahu taala, whose name is Amara man. And she says oh Moodle man, can you guess? What type of blessing and what type of good Allah has brought into your home and she says What is that? She says Otto Salah Nila salicylate he set him up to boo La Jolla Isha the Prophet of Allah Salallahu alaihe salam I sent me to your house to bring a proposal on his behalf for your daughter Ayesha. So Oman Oman says wait udy abubaker hedayati any wait till Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala knew the father comes home. When Abu Bakr radi Allahu talana
came home again she says I will be back it Can you imagine? Can you guess what type of blessing God has brought into your home? He says What is that? He said that she informed him that you know the Messenger of Allah ceylonese Emma sent me to propose on his behalf to shadow the loved one Hmm. So Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allahu says Tesla Hulu in ama here.
Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah, who was aware of how much love the prophets a lot. He said that for him and the prophets a lot. He said, we used to refer to Abu Bakar, the Allahu anhu as his brother. So he says that because he refers to me as his brother, would it be permissible for our families to kind of marry into one another? Would that be alright? Would he literally be considered an uncle to my daughter? And so she goes back to the prophets a lot him and she says this question came up, and the prophets, a lot of them says, a huka will enter a thief in Islam, that this type of brotherhood is a brotherhood and a sisterhood of faith. But it doesn't establish relations. And it doesn't, you
know, prohibit marriage. It's not that type of a brotherhood sisterhood. It's not biological, nor is it a relationship that is established to nursing through milk. So it doesn't have any prohibition attached to it. It's just a spiritual relationship of brotherhood and sisterhood for the sake of Allah.
So at that point in time, I will back out of the Allahu taala. And who one generations also mentioned that Mutambara de who was one of the chiefs of Quraysh, who had you know, shown some support to Islam in the past that there were some discussions in the past between Abu Bakr radi Allahu terlalu and moto Mina de about the son of watermelon getting married to Ayesha
About the Allahu taala on her. And so Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala goes to meet him in it and let him know that, you know, I have we never there was no marriage, there was only discussions and this kind of serve as as a precedent and an example for the fact that, you know, the prophets, a lot of them, first of all, was not aware that there were any ongoing discussions. And these were only just discussions that were that had occurred maybe between the two fathers. But in either case, one from an audience, Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala, who basically go their own ways. They're like, yeah, we you know, it was just a discussion, a harmless discussion. And there's no actual, you know, promises
that were made here, no proposals that were actually exchanged here. So that's when Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala, and who responds in the affirmative, and then the prophets a lot, Islam basically comes, and then the guy the marriage ceremony between the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Chateau de Allahu taala, and her is performed, and they were officially married, they did not begin to live together for another three years. Now, one obvious discussion that takes place here usually is about the age of eyeshadow, the Allahu taala. And at the time of her marriage, to the prophets, a lot of them will be talking about that a little bit later, when we come to that particular point towards
the end of the first year of the job. When the actual walima when they moved in together when they began to live together as a couple window minima took place. We'll talk about that. We'll talk about this discussion and this issue at that particular time in place. So again, it kind of fits there is more appropriate there right now than it was just performed. The kettlebell Kitab the basic just married ceremony was performed. But that was it, they did not begin to live together. The marriage was not consummated. There was no one EMA at this particular time. And so this is basically what happened and the guy was performed with the eyeshadow the Allahu taala and her now, the same woman
Hola, binz. Hakeem, she goes to sewed up into seminar.
And she again approaches her in the same way that can you imagine could you can you guess? What type of a blessing that Allah has entered into your home? And she says, What's that and again, she says that the Messenger of Allah sala de Sena might have come on his behalf with a proposal for him from him for your hand in marriage. She responds by saying that I would love to marry the prophets a lot, he said them. Now the brief little story about soda Benzema is that her and her husband accepted Islam in the early days of Mecca. What happened after that time was that when the situation in Mecca became very difficult, and the Muslims in the early part of the fifth year of Nobu of prophethood,
when the Muslims migrated from Makkah to Abyssinia, Habesha East Africa, at that particular time soldato the Allahu taala and her and her husband were amongst those early immigrants, and they had migrated there to Abyssinia to Habesha. One of the things that we've also talked about is the fact that after some time after a few years, there was a rumor that basically spread all the way to Habesha to East Africa that the people of MCI have accepted Islam.
And because of this, many people, they returned back many of the immigrants to habitat to embassy in East Africa, they returned back to Makkah. Then, when they found out that this news was not true, some of them decided to go back to East Africa, while some of them decided to basically stay on in Mecca, soda or the Allahu taala and her and her husband sacrum, bin Ahmed, who is the brother of Suhail bin Ahmad. They, her and her husband were amongst those Muslims that decided to come back to Mecca, and settle down in Makkah. They decided not to return back to Russia. It was at this particular time that Saigon, he got ill, and then he passed away in Makkah, as most as a Muslim. All
right, he passed away at the Allahu taala Anu in Makkah before the his job before the migration, and so so that are the love which Allah Allah was a widow. She was a widow at this particular time. So now kind of going back to the timeline. colapinto Hakeem goes with this marriage proposal to soda,
soda or the Allahu Jelena says, I would love to marry the prophets a lot a seller.
And so she says to Hola, however, I would appreciate it if you could go and officially delivered this proposal to my father. Now, of course, we know that in Islam, a woman who's been married previously, whether she'd be divorced or she be a widow, she does not require the consent of the wedding. And so Arab tradition was similar to this, but nevertheless out of respect for the father, she still said, I prefer I prefer and she was an older woman at this time, and she said that I prefer if you could still go and deliver the proposal to my father.
Because he would appreciate it. So the narrations mentioned that he was a very, very old man, extremely old. And this part is very interesting. He was not Muslim by most accounts. He was not Muslim, a very old man, a chief operation.
And the narrations actually mentioned that it was the season of hedge. And so a lot of people were gone from mcca to you know, out of roselli find these areas Mena where they would do the hedge, he stayed back because he was too old to go. She goes and she greets him. And actually the narration mentions for how yet to be here to Jackie Leah. she greets him with the greeting of Jackie Lee and out of the greeting of Islam, which tells us that he was not Muslim at this time for color and it says that his eyesight was so weak he was almost blind. At this point. He says man had he who is this? So she says hola Hakeem, he says from my shot looky What do you want?
She says Shalini Mohammed Abdullah again, she doesn't say Rasulullah he's a lot he said a Mohammed Abdullah. He's not a Muslim. Mohammed Hassan Abdullah, the grandson Allah has sent me off to war Allah He soda to bring the proposal of your daughter's Hold on, for follow on carry on.
He said this is a very noble match cufon karimun mother Taku Sahiba tsuki. He says, What does my daughter say about this? Your friend, my daughter? What does she say? bilateral Boudicca. She says she would love to marry the prophets, Allah, Allah.
Allah Li for data. So he says that go and bring my daughter and I'll talk to her myself. So when she comes, so that'll be a lot more on her. He says awalnya Oh, beloved daughter in the house that he does. I'm Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah bin Abdul muttalib. And he's an older man. So that's why he takes the lineage of the prophets Elijah and back to the Muslim because he's like, I've done looked at him as my contemporary. That's how I know Muhammad. All right. So he says that this woman, she claims that Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah Matan him, but the other Salah yabuki that she says she claims that he is proposing asking for your hand in marriage will will carry even he is a very
So to hit Bina and Jackie B, do you want me to go ahead and marry you off to him? college and um, she said yes. So then he tells Colette now go and call Mohammed Fatah. Rasulullah he salani sampha Yahoo. So that's when the prophets a lot of them comes. And then the guy again is performed, and the prophet SAW some is now married to soda bint Zama, radi Allahu taala. And
what's interesting at this particular time, is that her brother Abdullah uzoma, he was not only just he was not only was he not Muslim,
and at this particular time, he would accept us on later on, but at this time, he was not Muslim. And he was severely opposed to the prophets a lot. He said. He was very staunchly opposed to Islam and the Muslims and the prophets a lot SLM. So when he returned back from the season of Hajj, and he found out that my sister while I was gone, got married to Mohammed Abdullah Fatah, he said, the narration says for jhala cV rasiya to rob he picked up dirt and rubbed it in his own head and threw dirt on his own head.
And to basically express the fact that I can't believe this happened while I was gone, I've been ruined I've been humiliated my mortal enemy has married my sister. And he was just like, tragically like upset because of the situation. So the narration mentioned that fella bada and
he would accept the song later on. And after accepting the sound later on, when later on he would say, now I'm going to look in Nila Sophie who know my CV to rob.
He says that we're lucky I swear by Allah. I swear by Allah. I was such a foolish man on that day that I threw dirt on my own head anthozoa de la salicylate ism so they've been zmr that the messenger of God's law the same with Mary and my sister soda. When unbelievable Honor, I was a fool. I was a fool today I behave that day. Like you've always even though Islam removes and eradicates everything afterwards. Right? But he just he just felt bad. He just felt bad and said I regret acting like such a fool.
So this is basically the story of how the prophets a lot he suddenly gets married to sold out on the Allahu taala on her and then he got to Arusha is performed and we'll talk about the age of the marriage. Shall we'll talk about this more technicalities at the time of the consummation of the marriage, because that's when the marriage is completely completed. Basically.
Willie Mays performed so we'll talk about that towards the end of the first year of heat draw. One of the things that I'll mention here, that's very interesting and again, it shows you the quality and the character of the profits a lot he said them and it also shows you about so that are the Allahu taala and the caliber of this woman
that when the marriage proposal wins, and that also likes a lot even hotter by Mr. Tommy Tommy you call it a soda. That is not a bass radi Allahu talanoa relates that when the prophesy centum approached and proposed sewed up into summer for marriage.
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she had five or some narrations, a six children from her previous husband. So she had five and some narrations. He had six children from our previous husband for colossal isolation, and apparently one of what kind of fills in some of the gaps here. When the marriage proposal was first taken before you know it goes to her father and everything goes through, apparently sold out of the Allahu taala and he was a little hesitant and she said I'm going to need to speak to him first. So the prophets a lot he said, You know speak sir and he says my I'm not welcoming me.
Why Why do you hesitate to marry me? palette will ohana be Allah I swear to god oh prophet of Allah, meaning that there's no you know, hesitation for anything. We're lucky to be Allah Miam narrow ne minca illa and takuna a hepple Berea de la jolla what could ever stop me from wanting to marry you? You're the most beloved of all mankind to me. You are the Messenger of Allah will not give me all cream agree mocha. And yes. Allah is severe in the rasika book Ratan washy. She says that but I would want to honor you.
I would want to when I came up MOCA, I would want to honor you respect you. But I am worried that I have so many children that these children will basically with the way she kind of says it like they will make noise around your head morning and evening. Like I have a lot of kids. I mean, I know it'll be it'll be hectic. Like you'll be entering into the circus. Right? So I'm hesitant because of that I don't want my burden to become your burden. You're the Messenger of God, the prophet of Allah, you have your own kids. You just suffered the loss of beloved family members. You have no no oma to take care of you have to preach to all of mankind. You tend to all of us.
Like I can add this onto your shoulders.
The Prophet sallallahu Sallam says 400 menarche minissha Coronavirus, Alec, is there anything else other than this that is preventing you that is making you hesitate in you know for marrying me? violence law or law? She says no, absolutely not. This is the only thing. Carla Harris ally Salatu Salam yamaki la who in he says that may Allah have mercy on you.
Meaning makes to offer her saying that you are an amazing person. May Allah shower His mercy upon you in the heat on the south in Rocky BNA. Jasmine eberly salehoo Nisa, inspiration. Walla Walla, Fie civet, E, or Allah Berlin, b dot e. d,
the profits, a lot of them says that the best women are those women, the pious righteous women of grace, who ride camels.
who ride camels. What he means by that is that they're very capable. They're very independent. They're very independent, very capable. They can take care of most things on their own. very strong, very confident, very knowledgeable, very capable, like confident, strong women. So courageous women, strong women, and pious and righteous. So a pious, righteous Qureshi, strong, confident, independent woman. That's the best woman that anybody could ever marry. Now, Walla Walla, Fie civet II. And she in spite of being so strong and being so confident and so independent, they are very, they are very merciful, very loving, very affectionate. They are very affectionate with their children when their
children are small. They're loving women. They're strong, they're independent, but they're loving women. Well
be that end, but they're honorable women. They would protect the honor and the integrity of the home and the husband, at any by any means at any cost.
So just look at how he describes her strong pious.
righteous, confident, independent, affectionate toward loving towards your children, but at the same time a woman of integrity and honor.
So he praises her in this way and he says, Why wouldn't I want to marry you that this won't get in the way? This is no worry, no concern. And so basically now the profits a lot of these, as we talked about, was married to soda. Benzema, radi Allahu taala. And at this particular time,
now fast forwarding to where we were in the era of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we talked about how the prophets a lot he said him, he arrives in Medina settles in Medina into the home temporarily abou Belen Sati and of the Allahu taala. And who establishes the masjid surveys, Medina starts to establish some of the political, you know, religious alliances within Medina, the Jewish tribes, some of the leaders of Olson has Raj basically he's now got things kind of in order to things are coming together. He's got some of the major immediate things that needed to be done. As soon as he arrived. Those things have been nailed down and things are starting to move forward. It was at this
particular time, that the Prophet of Allah Salah LaGuardia, he was setting them up developing Ray Ray kit, Abdullah bin Ray kit, who was the guide, who had brought the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala. And who from Makkah all the way to Medina.
It was time now he had recovered, he had taken some rest, he had saved a couple of weeks, the profits a lot decent, taking care of him had paid him in full, everything was done. It was now time for him to head back to Mecca. So the profits, a lot of them told him hold on for a few days, we'll take care of you, we'll host you. Because when you go back to MCI, I'd like for you to take a couple of people back to Makkah with you. And so now he heads back to Makkah, and the Prophet somebody some sent
to people with him. The first amongst them was they don't know how to etha. If you remember, you recall as a diviner, Heidi says like the adopted son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. All right, he was this the assistant, the harden of the personal assistant of the profits a lot isn't the third person to accept Islam living in the household, grew up in the home of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he was very beloved to the prophets a lot he said, the prophets amongst them since he'd been hired etha and Abood off here, abou raffia, who was also a freed slave of the prophets, a lot of them so they've been hydretain budoff here had both been freed from slavery by the prophets a
lot, and that's why they were both known as mo la rasulillah Zaid Mola rasulillah in Abu raffia Mola, rasulillah salam said them so they were both freed slaves of the profits, a lot of them which again, I'm not going to take the conversation that direction but the question comes up a lot of times about slavery and Islam and things like this, the prophets a lot he said, an Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala it is the son of these great men. And these remarkable people that these are free slaves. They would free slaves. So Abu raffia in Dayton, Ohio, who are freed slaves of the prophets a lot he sort of, he told sent them with this guide. I'm developing a rape kit to go back to McCain
to bring back the family of the prophets a lot of Islam and the family of Abubakar radi Allahu taala. And who and the family of zaytuna high data. So three families that were still back there is a bin hydrotest family, abou buckets family and of course a messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam his family.
So they sent him back with a couple of camels and 500 Dada him. The purpose of the 500 Dada him was to purchase a couple of more camels, and at the same time to buy whatever provisions would be needed for these three families to make the journey all the way from Mecca to Medina.
So they reach back into Mecca. They gathered the families together on behalf of the prophets, a lot of them, they gathered together. So de radi Allahu Allah, Allah, the wife of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam, her children. And along with that, the two daughters of the prophets Allah December who were still there in Makkah, which was opened soon, and Fatima radi Allahu taala on her. All right, radi Allahu taala. On whom, right so these were the individuals. Now the older two daughters of the prophets, a lot of him Xena was married. I will ask Ben revere, who was not Muslim at this time she was but he was not this is before the hokum came in Islam, that such a couple would have to
separate. So because it was still the early days of the Omar early days of Islam, for all intensive purposes. So her husband who was not Muslim yet, so she stayed back with her husband and her children, her family, basically, the second daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Ruth Pena, she was the wife of a man who was a fan of the Allahu taala and who are a family and his wife had migrated to habashi Africa and they went straight from Habesha Abbey, senior East Africa, they went straight from there to Medina. So what the second daughter of the process was already in Medina.
with him, along with her husband, Earth men are fun. So the two daughters who consume and Fatima are back in Mecca. And the new the second wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, their stepmother sewed up in December with her children. So this is one household. This is one family. They were gathered together. The second household the second family was a family of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu Jelani, and those again, there were four individuals that are mentioned. And there were probably some others as well. There were there were definitely others as well. It mentions that it was Abdullah bin IV bucket is specifically mentioned by name, Abdullah bin Abu Bakar. Abdullah the son of Abu Bakar radi
Allahu taala, who is mentioned by name. He was there, the wife of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala, who is known by the name of Omar Omar, she was there and the two daughters of Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu, which was a smile and
a smile in Arusha, may Allah be pleased with him. So this household, this is the family of Abu Bakar. They also are gathered together and prepared now they're coming on their journey as well.
And lastly, they don't know how they rounded up his family. His family was his wife, one of the mothers to the prophets a lot he said them if you remember
the woman Baraka, omo. Amen.
Right. We talked about her back in the day, the woman that the prophets a lot of the time you said addresses Yeah.
You know, a lot of times especially it's some, some folks might be listening to the recording later, but it's February and, you know, a lot of times there's a lot of discussion about Black History Month and, you know, we as Muslims as well, we have to understand and appreciate, you know, all the different elements and segments of our community, the prophets, a lot of them established, not only just a vision but established a reality of a global Luma, an oma of all types of background, all colors, all shapes, all sizes, people from all different backgrounds. And he brought everyone together under one unified banner of lightline allama Muhammad Rasul Allah with zero differences
made between them, amongst them. And that's such as rhetoric. That's not just cheap speech. Unfortunately, how we ended up sometimes practicing May Allah forgive us, but this was lived by the prophets. So when the Prophet doesn't lead the prayer, the first person standing directly behind him calling the farmer was beloved rhodiola husana.
The only man to stand on top of the GABA and cordia down from there at the insistence that the instruction at the hokum, the amount of Rasulullah Ancelotti, Salah,
you know, and one of the most remarkable things was Allah subhanaw taala. You know, one thing that we say about the NBA and the prophets is that they were chosen, they were created, they were selected, and they were designed by a lot to serve a purpose. And everything that occurred in the life of the prophet SAW something even predictable what led up to the mission of prophethood itself. It was all the divine plan.
And you see that from very childhood.
The right hand, like the best friend of the mother of the prophets, a lot of them was an African woman by the name of Baraka.
she was the best friend of the mother of the prophets allottee Center.
She was so close that when on the journey on which the mother of the profitsystem passed away to Medina, coming back to Makkah from Medina yesterday about that time, it was a woman who was with them. It was a man who had been cradled and held the prophets a lot of him and consoled him and comforted him, like one of our own. When his mother passed away. It was a man who buried the mother of the prophets a lot
more a man had nursed not only women, but the process of was nourished by two African women, two black women, or a man into a bar. He had two mothers two milk mothers nurses, who were African. So the process of adding diversity in his own life and his own background and the prophets isn't wasn't it wasn't like it was just yeah, it was some cheap labor that was hired.
will either be la familia de la No, absolutely not more Ayman, the prophets a lot. He said them kept her so close to him.
The prophets a lot of them announced this is a woman of paradise.
When she was getting married the promises that whoever wants to marry a woman of Paradise in this dunya in this world will marry a woman.
People used to refer to as her mother of the professor. He used to introduce her as this is my mother.
And when you would call on her like in public, he wouldn't call on her like yeah Baraka the professor used to say our own
mom used to call her mom mother. I mean, think about that. So this is omo. Amen? So she was married to zaidan ohata and they had a son by the name of Oussama.
So at this particular
times eight in the high data and gathers together his family which is his wife, woman, a man and their son Oussama, may Allah be pleased with them. He gathers them together, and they all basically now get together and they all set out from Makkah on their journey on their way back to Medina or going to Medina, excuse me migrating to Medina, there's a little bit of a story interesting
that it talks about how along the way, the camel that I shadowed the Allahu taala on her and her mother or a woman woman, the camera that they were writing, started to kind of wander and freak out and started to kind of lose it, you know, just started to kind of get out of it. And it wasn't like behaving, it wasn't being reined in. So she started to get very worried.
She started to get extremely worried the mother of eyeshadow, the Allahu tanana, she started calling out wobbu cyberweapons Tao who she started getting really worried and calling out like what do we do? What do we do? I Chateau de la cocina says at that time I heard somebody say, we just heard a voice that said uncIe Li Tama
leave it's rope. And usually like if somebody comes up to you, so if you're riding a camel, and it starts to kind of go here and there misbehave, or whatever the issue is, I would come up to you and I say arsenal. Tama, it would mean leave the rope leave the reins, but the reason why I say leave the rope or leave the reins is Meaning what? handed over to me. I say leave it so that I can take a hold of it. And I'll lead the animal. So she says we heard somebody saying just a voice specific to Elon yaku just heard somebody saying, I don't really see karma
for our son to kitamura just as I was sitting in front of my mother, she was kind of looking after me. So I left the rope for wakatobi inilah. All of a sudden by itself, the camel stopped as if somebody stopped it. I just left a range and it stopped. was said lemon Allahu Allah azza wa jal. And Allah protected us because the camel started going kind of crazy sort of wandering here, and they're running fast and you know, sort of kind of losing it.
And so I just heard somebody say leave the reins, I left it and it stopped and Allah saved us. And then she says photog demo. And then after that the camel just walked forward with the rest of the group all the way the rest of the way, as if somebody was leading it miraculously. Because this was the family of the profit center, the family of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala. And so Allah subhanaw taala arranged for their divine protection. Also one of the things that I mentioned is that a smart been Tammy Bakker, the older daughter of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala. No, she was the one who is married to a Zubaydah, Allah Allah and she was actually pregnant. At this time she was expecting
their son Abdullah Abu Zubaydah. Abdullah elucidate the famous debate, who would later on not only be a Sahabi of the prophets, Allah, he's not only what he learned from his illustrious father, and his illustrious mother, but he would be a very close personal student of his art. One of the most knowledgeable people of this oma Chateau de la catalana, who directly took her deem 1000s of a hadith from directly from the mouth and the actions of the prophets. He loves him he would be her personal student. Alright, defamed Abdullah Zubaydah, and so a smarter the Allahu talana was expecting him at this time and so she made this journey pregnant expecting a child and in this
manner they basically reached
al Madina, munawwara safe and sound arrived there safely Alhamdulillah Bismillah and at this particular time the prophets allottee some they are they actually mentioned that they were then hosted in the home of one of the Sahaba radi Allahu jalon home and at this point in time the prophets a lot he said I'm instructed them to basically construct some leads, some rooms will booney le rasulillah salam Hola, mushiya Sharif. Some rooms were constructed around the around the machine of the profits, a lot of them so him and his family could basically live there were cabinets masakan consider your very small, very short, low ceilings, very humble places. Khadija delphina very
loosely constructed like not some elaborate construction, very simple.
The hustle and bustle he says what kind of gulaman marami Hadar mo la ami salema hustle hustle bustle, the famous and hustle and bustle Italia. He says that I was when I was a young boy I was with my mother in Medina LA to come to Atlanta sutphin 300 Lb Salatin, somebody, he says when I was a child, in Medina with my mother
at that time as a child, I
Reach up and put reach up to the roof of the tallest of the homes of the prophets a lot. If
I could reach up I could jump up and grab onto the roof
of this highest ceilings or any of the homes of the prophets Allah. That gives you an idea. All right, Ilana Hooper, the cannon Hudson bossley she can document while in the evening Kathy Rahim. Allahu taala says that Allison Busey was a taller man. So even as a child, he was a little bit taller. But then how tall are you still talking? You're not talking about a seven foot like eight year old or 10 year old not talking about that. a toddler kid means maybe he was like four, four and a half feet tall. So he would raise his hands up, jump up and you could grab onto the roof, not even six feet. So this this was the humble type of construction of the home of the prophets a lot ism as
suhaila mentioned, Canada, second Wali salatu salam, Albania 10 min jetty then Allah He cleaned that the home of the prophets a lot of sin was constructed from these date palms and their branches and the trunks of it. That basically mud and dirt was basically put on top of Bhagwan Hijazi Mara Duma that some of them were made from some stones, basically stones that would be gathered and put together and then some mud and clay would be put on it to kind of hold the stones in place. Some parts of the wall were made in this way. Well, so both wakulla Hammond, Jared, all the roofs were all just branches of trees, that those were the roofs of all of the rooms in the homes. All right.
And then of course, as I mentioned about the hustle and bustle, it actually says about the door of the prophets a lot he sent them and Ababa who alayhi salatu salam Can you grab one of our feet.
Very interesting that it says that when you wanted to knock on the door of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you could not like with your nails very lightly.
Like, think about what that means. If you have a big door heavy door,
you have to knock harder. The bigger the door, the heavier the door, the thicker the door is, than the harder you have to knock. You didn't have to knock like that on the door of the processor, you couldn't go like this.
Because it was just very light. It was like a plank. That's all it was. And that was the door of the profits a lot he sent him.
And this basically tells you that it wasn't even like a proper door, like the way that we think of.
And sometimes it actually mentions that
later on, when some of the homes of some of these rooms were later emptied out after the profits, a lot of them passed away or in especially and then his wife's continued to live in those rooms. When some of the wives of the profits a lot of them passed away. And those rooms were now emptied out. They basically just put like a rock up against the door to kind of keep it close to keep it shut. They just put a rock and that's it. It didn't even lock there wasn't even a lock they couldn't even lock it up they would just put a rock against the door to basically keep it closed. And that was the home of the profits allottee so these little rooms were growing grox we're gathered together mud in
some clay was put on them and all the gaps in the holes were filled in with like branches of trees and leaves of date palms.
And then the roof was basically covered with branches and leaves. The roof was barely five and a half maybe six feet tall.
Barely. And it was just one singular small little room and that from other narrations we know each other the Allahu jolanda says that her hood had her room her apartment was actually so small, so tiny that when the prophets a lot of them would pray at night that the arm her legs would extend out in front of him
and you'd have to do sudo like over her legs you would have to move her legs aside and do such
and then when you would stand back up because you would do long pmqs up the prayers night prayers 200 prayers, she would extend her legs back and again when you come to the after mover legs like he couldn't even do such to her legs were getting away. If one person was praying the other couldn't sleep properly. That was how small and tiny it was. This is the home of say say you did a wedding I will
say you will the Adam yarmulke Yama This is the home of the great messenger of Allah. Muhammad Rasul Allah Hartman Lambie mbsa, Eden mursaleen sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
and his family came at this particular time. And these rooms were constructed around the mercy of the prophets a lot. He saw them and then his family took up residence there. And he moved in with his family into these rooms into these homes. So we see the profits a lot he sent him a bunch of lessons that we learned today just to kind of recap because we talked about a few different things. We see the profits, a lot of them marrying sold out or the Allahu taala now keep this in mind this
Especially and I'll remind us, I'll talk about again, we need this reminder, when we talk about the marriage of the promises and to keep in mind about soldati Allahu taala. And her being an elderly woman, and having five, maybe six children. And the prophet SAW some very gladly very enthusiastically marrying her and saying, that is my pleasure, my honor to take care of you and your children.
He was a family man.
The profits a lot. He said, I'm making sure everything was safe and secure and everything was done before bringing his family over.
And then we also see and learn about Allah subhanaw taala, divinely miraculously protecting and guiding and bringing the family of the prophets a lot of them safely to a Medina turn one hour. And lastly, and finally, we see the humble living conditions of Muhammad Rasul. Allah, I always talk about this. And we talked about the mercy of the prophets a lot, he said, a few weeks ago, a few sessions ago. Look, there's no guilt in regards to this. The idea is not guilt, that when we go back to our homes, that we feel guilty, but we do need some level of awareness, it doesn't need to be a reality check.
Who are we? Where are we? What are we blessed with? How do we live our lives?
At the very least, it should take away any semblance any idea of complaining about anything.
You know, we joke about it a lot. firstworldproblems? Or, you know, what do we have to complain about whining and crying? But really, that's exactly what it is.
This thing? Do we really have legitimate grounds to complain about anything? Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah.
Right, thank Allah subhanaw taala for save for sound.
We live luxuriously compared to other prophets a lot is on live. So that's one thing, no guilt, but at least awareness of how blessed we are, how fortunate we are. Number two, the profits of Madison lived in these conditions. And it's an interesting thought, not that he did everything he did in spite of these living conditions. But the profits, a lot of them lived like this so that he could do what he did.
Because all that energy and all that effort and all that all those resources, and all that time and all everything was diverted towards accomplishing and fulfilling the mission.
We also carry a responsibility. we've inherited this Deen this religion from the prophets a lot. And we are beneficiaries of those sacrifices he made and part of his legacy. And part of our heritage. And our responsibility is to try to carry this legacy forward.
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The prophets a lot of them said this is my path I call to Allah, with foresight with conviction with confidence with vision, with knowledge with wisdom. And a woman at Barney I and anyone who claims to follow me.
This is what they do. This is how they live their life. This is our primary objective. We've been blessed with Islam, but not so that we can just sit back, say Alhamdulillah and then be proud, you know, just just exert our superiority or have some level of spiritual elitism and just talk about how terrible and how wretched and how, you know, doomed everyone else is, but our responsibility is to take this message forward.
And at some level, again, no guilt. But in spite of all the luxury in spite of all the luxury that we live in, number one, be grateful. And number two,
let them motivate us at least at some level, to do something for the deen of Allah to do something to carry the message of Islam forward to do something to pass on the legacy of Ursula somalisa that we have benefited from that we will pass it on that we will be involved that we will do our part and we will play our part at some level.
May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to practice everything that was said and hurt Subhana Allah He will be hungry he Serrano, Colombia hamitic and shadow lanta suffer wanted to be like