Seerah 106 – 2 more Expeditions
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inshallah, continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a siracha number we had the prophetic biography in the previous session, of course, after having concluded the study of the Battle of blood that towards the end of the second year of his era, we talked about the arrival of the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Zainab been to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her arrival to Medina.
When the son in law of the prophets, a lot of whom had been captured at Burger in the profits, a lot of decent negotiated Zainab radi Allahu taala and has released to the city of Medina to be with the prophets a lot of the some of the Muslim community. We of course also talked about how the journey itself was very tragic in which a number of the Allahu taala on her was severely wounded. And there was nearly a major conflict because of it, but all of that was avoided. Al Hamdulillah and Dana Brody, Allah Allah was able to join her father, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the rest of the Muslim community in the city of Medina.
What we'll be talking about here today is some of the other events that conclude the second year of his job before we start the 30 year heads around what remains from the second year of his there are two other campaigns. One is called the hutzpah of Bhanu Salim Hassan to Benny Salim. And the or excuse me because well two bunnies who lame and the other one is called the husband to sell week, which I'll be explaining in just a minute. The third event there are basically only three events left to talk about from the second year of his job, after which will proceed into the third year of his or inshallah, the third event, which we'll talk about in the next session in sha Allah is the
marriage of the daughter of the youngest daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Fatima, radi Allahu Allah, Allah to Allah subhanaw taala. So it was at the end of the second year of his ra at the very end of the year the hedger in the opinion of some of the scholars have to seed in which the daughter of the prophets a lot is from Fatima, or the loved one who was married to Alabama Vitaly, but are the Allahu anhu. But this week, inshallah, in today's session, we'll be focusing on the last two campaigns of the second year of his era, because we're two bunnies too lame and because what is so weak so the first one has to be nice ruling is that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
completed the Battle of Baghdad, so we talked about the battle, but that lasted for a day that was the 17th of the month of Ramadan.
The prophets a lot of them remained at the place of butter for another three or four days, after which the prophets a lot he sent me he returned back to the city of Medina and spent the next week or so, concluding the affairs of Baba
After a few weeks of the Battle of butter, and after the profits a lot of time I concluded some of the immediate aftermath of the Battle of Baghdad in the month of chawan, the month after Ramadan, the month of Chahal, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went with a group of Sahaba, the Allahu taala and the number is not explicitly mentioned, but they basically went in the direction of bonucci Lane. Now why did they head in the direction of a new lane, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had received the information that Vanessa lane possibly was also considering, you know, some opportunities to maybe attack the Muslims and to attack Medina at that time. So the Prophet of Allah
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he went near the place of Banu saline, where he reached a river or a stream that they used to refer to as could could in the Arabic language itself means kind of like a brownish type color. So it was a stream that was very brown colored probably because of dirt or whatever in the stream. And it was near the place of blue slim, the profits a lot decent. I went there. Some narration say that he stayed there for three days. Some narration say that he's stayed there for about a week. In either case of profits. A lot of them stayed there for a few days, anywhere, like four or five, six days. He stayed there at that stream along with the group of Sahaba
that he had taken, and after that, staying there without engaging in any type of fighting or conflict. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam basically returned back from there to the city of Medina and then spent the remaining remainder of the month of chawan and also into the month of the tada in
The city of Medina and did not travel. So the husband Lucia name itself was a campaign, there was not any fighting that ensued because of it. But nevertheless, the profits a lot of a sudden wins. And this is something that we saw in the first year, and then the early part of the second year of the hijet, as well, that the profits, a lot of them also sometimes would take a group of Sahaba and go and camp out at a place outside of Medina, to just at least send the message that we are willing to defend our homes, and we will not take, you know, being attacked or being intimidated lightly. And so it was a strategy on the part of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
the next campaign that we'll be talking about, and this was at the end all the way at the end of the second year, in the month of June, this is referred to as COSATU. So we also some of the scholars of CLL, referred to it as because what to perkara till could now I'll explain the two names in just a minute when we talk about it. What happened at this particular time, there's a little bit of a backstory that is very fascinating, that we need to talk about here. First and foremost was that Abu sufian, when he returned back to Makkah, Abu sufian, had taken an oath at that time. So the narrations mentioned that he said, Never allow your massage. So who might want minjerribah Jin Hatha
Yoga Mohammedan that Abu sufian Chicanos saying that he swore that he would not take a bath of purification, like he would not take a shower, he would not take a bath, until he had launched an attack against Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam that basically to avenge the losses that bothered and to avenge the death of the leaders of grace at better, I will launch some type of an attack against Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And until I do so, I swear off even taking a bath, I swear of washing my head. So he had taken this type of an oath and this was their habit in the times of Jackie Leah. So he had taken this oath. So what he did was that in the month of July, he took 200
writers, all right, 200 men with horses, and he set out he went along the longer routes on the way from Mecca to Medina. Until he arrived at a place a mountain by the name of Fabian, which was not too far out from Medina.
The scholars mentioned that it was basically a half a day's journey outside of Medina. So he arrived at this particular place, and he waited till nighttime. When nighttime settled in at that time, he went into Medina to buena de una de la one of the Jewish tribes who resided in Medina. Now the reason why this is very important to remember and this is extremely relevant is Bernadine were one of the Jewish tribes of Medina along with beneath a new car and blu ray de now, una de mano, a new car and benaco radar, they are all entered into a pact and an agreement along with the profits a lot of the same in the Muslim community in Medina. And they had in fact drafted what you could almost
consider the Constitution of Medina and it was jointly drafted between the Muslims the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Jewish leaders. So they had agreed to this and part of it was is that we are allies of one another, we will not attack each other we will not aid anyone who attempts to attack the other and not only that, but we will defend one another against any outside attack. So if somebody attacks one of us, the other one will come to the aid of the one being attacked. So they had agreed to all of these terms. I will soufiane waits until nighttime he goes to benenati he comes to the home of haven after haven after was one of the leaders of banana lead.
He knocked on his door for about a day he Baba who for about and you have to who are half of who, who gave an act of refuse to open the door for abusive Yon because he said this looks like trouble. Look, you obviously are here not for a good reason. This looks like nothing but trouble. I'm not looking for any trouble. So he refused to open the door. So Abu sufian then goes to another leader of banana lead by the name of Salaam Eben Mischka, Salaam Alaikum, salaam, urban Michigan, he was one of the leaders of banana lead as well. And not only was he a leader, his specific role in the tribal Boonen lead was sahiwal Ken's, he was the treasurer of the tribe. He was the treasurer of the
tribe, the CFO of the tribe. And so Abou soufiane goes to him and knocks his door and he lets him in and he hosts him He feeds him takes care of him. And then I will soufiane tells him why he's here. Look, I'm here to exact some form of revenge against the prophets, a lot of some of the Muslims. So Salaam collaborates with him and fills him in Look, I can give you all the information
That you need where who is where what is exactly what how Medina works, how the Muslims work, everything I can give you all the information, we're allies of theirs, I know them as well as anyone. So, he gives all the information that I will soufiane would require towards the, towards the end before the end of the night, Abu sufian goes and his he has a few men of his who have traveled with him who are waiting for him right outside of Medina, he goes in and gets them.
And they go to a part of Medina referred to as raid. Arrays was a valley on the side of Medina, they go to the valley of array. And over there, there are some date palm trees that belonged to the Muslims. All right, so there's a there's an orchard, there's some date palm trees that specifically belonged to the Muslims. And they are a source of not only sustenance and food, in terms of dates, but they are also a source of revenue for the Muslims. So this is kind of like a community investment to help take care of, you know, the poor people in the community and to try to make sure that everyone in the community is taken care of. They go there and they light them on fire. They
basically burned the orchard orchard and while they're they're trying to burn the orchard down the day palm trees down. There is a man from amongst the unsought who is there may be looking after the orchard and they run into him. And along with him is another wasn't a Muslim, but he was a hot leaf. So he was an ally of one of the unsavoury tribes. So this Muslim and Saudi men and a friend of his are there in the orchard, they run into them so they murder both of them. They kill both of them, they kill this Muslim man and his friend, and then they basically leave from there and they ride straight back to Mecca. Alright, so they burned the orchard down they kill two people and they head
back to Mecca. The Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he finds out about this, obviously it's a major crisis is a huge fire. There's two dead bodies, right so huge crisis in Medina. So when the prophet SAW the sun finds out about this, he immediately gathers together a group of the Sahaba he puts a boo Baba in charge of Medina while he's gone. And the prophets a lot of these him rides out in pursuit of Abu sufian. And the people the 200 men that are come to attack from Mecca, they reach a place called kerkyra to cuddle karate, or karate, the meaning of it, this was just the name of a place but the meaning of it is also mentioned that caracara Tokuda was a
specific place on the side of me I done, which was a little ways away from Medina, about some of the scholars mentioned that maybe about a couple of days of journey outside of Medina. So they basically they, they reach there. And once they reach there, they find something that Abu soufiane and his group of 200 writers, they've already gone ahead, they've gotten out of hand right there. So they've been able to get away. But when they reach that particular place, they find a bunch of supplies, they find a bunch of supplies. So basically what happened was, they lit the orchard on fire, they killed a couple of men, you know, who showed up all of a sudden, now realizing that this can be a
very severe situation, this could go very, very bad for us. They needed to ride back to Mecca as quickly as they could, in order to do so all the supplies and the goods and the food that the that they were carrying, they decided to dump all of it so that they could ride faster.
When the Muslims reached there, they find all of their supplies and their goods and the profits a lot SLM tells them that you can claim this, right that we can basically pick all of this up, one of the things that they find they're in very, very large quantity is what's called so we buy the Arabs. So wheat is basically where they take wheat or barley. And they would kind of grind it down and turn it into like a powder. And what they would do with that powder was that they would carry that powder when they with them when they traveled. All right, almost try to think of it as kind of like, you know, somebody today would have like some protein powder, or something like that. So this was a good
source of nourishment. It was very low maintenance. It was very easy to carry. And it was very easy to prepare. And what they would do is if they could find some milk, they would mix that powder up into milk, even if they couldn't find any milk, they would mix it up in water and then basically just drink it. And so this was a easy form of nourishment. So there were entire bags full of this a week. And it was considered a very good form of food and nourishment, right it's very healthy is very filling and it was made out of wheat and barley. So they find these bags full of sweet and they asked the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam era Salalah and not tomorrow and takuna ha de
And I'm the product they said Is it okay if we just go back with this like this suffices mean, the question of the Sahaba was that we went out Jihad feasable Allah, we went out Jihad feasability la we went to go strive in the path of Allah. And we were willing to sacrifice for the sake of Allah to defend the Muslim community and did religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But for us to just come here to find bags of food and just go back with that, that suffices as like an expedition, a campaign as Jihad seems to be the law and the prophets, Allah Islam says Yes, absolutely. It's from the blessing of Allah subhanaw taala. So because they came back to Medina, with these huge bags full
of so weak, it became known as hustler to so weak, the Battle of so weak.
And so this was the other campaign that occurred here towards the end of the second year of digital. And this happened in the month of the ledger. And as I mentioned before, that the only other remaining event that happened or transpired here, towards the end of the second year of digital was the marriage of the daughter of the prophets a lot he sent on Fatima, radi Allahu taala. And one of the things I mentioned previously was when they came back from the Battle of budded, the daughter of the prophets a lot he said, I'm rupiah, radi Allahu taala and he had passed away. And earthman been a fan of the Allahu taala and who was the you know, the husband, the son in law of the prophets a
lot is similar, okay, his husband and the prophets, Allah told him to stay back and look after Rukia
and that's why the profits a lot he said I'm had allocated for him a portion of the spoils of war and the profits a lot he sent him then married his other daughter, who could foom to
Earth monitor the Allahu taala, and who, and that's why earthman or the Allahu taala and who was referred to as the Zulu reign, the one of two lights, because he had married two of the daughters of the prophets a lot, he said them in another narration the prophets a lot, he soon specifically mentions that there has never been another man in the history of humanity, who has married two daughters of a prophet earthman is the first and the last man to ever marry two daughters of a prophet, because he was married to the layout of the Allahu taala on her. And after she passed away, then he married the next daughter over the profits, a lot of Asian woman good film. So that was the
virtue of earthman, but not fun, not the Allahu taala and who, and we'll be talking about this later as well, or the man or the Allahu taala and who when the later on kind of fast forwarding after, of course, much after the passing of the prophets a lot he said them when the holidays when the rebels would arrive in Medina, and basically rebel against the community and they laid all types of accusations of corruption against Earth man or the Allahu taala and who that's why that idea was so preposterous and so ridiculous, that this is a man of such caliber and such quality and such character, that the Messenger of Allah illogical not only marry his daughter to him, but the
prophets a lot of the time after the passing of his daughter would marry another daughter, his other daughter to this man, that this is what the Messenger of Allah ceylonese thought of him. And so for anyone to accuse him of such corruption and to murder him to assassinate him and kill him, tells you a little bit about the type of people they were. It tells you it has it puts no blemish on Earth. mungbean afaan radi Allahu Allahu Muhammad Rasul Isola de Sam would marry not one but two of his daughters too. But it tells you a lot about these people who would dare kill such a man and accuse such a man and attack such a such an such an unbelievable, remarkable human being. So that was
something else that happened here in the second year. And then of course, the last event of the secondary of digital is the marriage of the youngest of the daughters of the prophets. allottee some Fati model the Allahu taala on her who is very, very beloved to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to none other than Alabama. Vitaly radi Allahu taala. And who, and inshallah I'm going to talk about this in the next session, because I there's some detail here that I'd like to mention about not only their marriage, but exactly what what, how exactly, they got married. And also some of the important lessons about just overall marriage and how the prophets a lot of them handled it. Of course, we
learn a lot from the marriages of the prophets a lot he sent them. But this is an opportunity for us to learn about how the prophets, a lot of them handled the marriage and how we instructed to young people to be married. And not just to ordinary young people, but two of the most remarkable people. So there's a lot of lessons here and then I also want to talk about, you know, kind of what the dynamic of their relationship was, because of the the family of unimaginably talented and Fatima radi Allahu taala. And he
is one of the most remarkable families that will that you'll ever learn about the way their relationship with one another. The love, the affection, the admiration, the respect, the affection that they had for one another. Not only that, but then the children that came up with
That marriage, none other than Hasson Hussein, not the Allahu taala and Houma how they raised their children. So I want to take that opportunity to kind of really talk about and learn from and do really an analysis, a thorough analysis of that remarkable beautiful family, how they came together, how they built a family and built a home, and all the hate that came out from that home. So I want us to be able to talk about that in proper detail. So we'll talk about it at that time in sha Allah. One of the last things I mentioned here is a lot of times Fatima de la Coachella and her you know, this, it's kind of a curiosity. We know a lot more about her than the other Daughters of the
prophets a lot he sent him. One of the reasons for that is that she was the youngest of the daughters of the prophets a lot. He said them, and she was very, very young. You know, she was born during the actual she was she was very young throughout the early mission of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And at the time of the passing of her mother, at the time of the passing of her mother had the Chateau de Allahu taala. On her, she was still very young. And so the prophets lobbies are not a very special relationship with her, because the prophets, a lot of them raised her as a single father.
Right when when her mother had the job of the Allahu talana passed away, we'll be talking about her age, but she was very, very young, she was still a young girl. And so because of that, the prophets a lot of them raised her and they had a very special bond and a very special relationship because of that. inshallah, that's some that's some of what we'll be able to appreciate. So we'll talk about that in the next session. So we'll be keeping today's session short and shallow. Again, may Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to practice everything that was said and heard Subhan Allah Mohammed II Subhana Colombe hamitic Mashallah in Atlanta, Sophia, who wanted to be like