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Seerah 112 – The death of Hamzah RA
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In the previous session that we had, we were talking about the Battle of Oakland. And we talked about the beginning of the battle, the arrival of the machete Kuhn, basically, at the outskirts of the city of Medina, and the motivations that they were there for vengeance and revenge. And we also talked about how the Prophet of Allah Azza wa, JAL consulted with the believers with the Muslims, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam basically, after consulting with everyone. And initially, the the inclination of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And the opinion of the majority of the senior Sahaba was that we should remain within Medina. And basically, Medina kind of had a bit
of a fortress type of structure to it, you can actually still appreciate it when you go there. So they said that we can basically defend the city of Medina from here and hold everyone off long enough to be able to kind of exhaust them, tire them out, and then hopefully be able to defend Medina in this way.
What ended up transpiring and happening as we talked about was that many of the younger companions along with just generally other Sahaba, as well, who did not have the opportunity to participate in the Battle of buzzard, and therefore, we're kind of waiting and looking forward to the next opportunity. They insisted that we go out and we fight in the battlefield. Because we want that same virtue, and the same opportunity that the people above that had. So after their insistence, the prophets, a lot of them basically accepts their request. And he says, fine, we will go ahead and head out of Medina and fight. Some of the other Senior Companions basically go to some of the Sahaba
and say, Look, what you did. You really force the hand of the prophets a lot he summoned, you pressured him, and therefore he doesn't want to disappoint you. So now he's accommodating you. But that is not what his original inclination was. At hearing this, and this being emphasized by them, they go back to the profits a lot, even when they sell messenger of God, we apologize, you know, please forgive us. We were too forward. We were too insistent. You know, please, you know, let's stay in Medina and fight. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, No, once the Messenger of God has basically put on his armor, he doesn't remove it until he's stepped into the battlefield.
He has engaged in the battlefield. So at that point in time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam gathers the companions together, we talked about it, were the prophets, a lot of them there's about 1000 Muslims
and the prophets a lot Isa marches towards,
you know, the place of overhead where the battle takes place. Now, we talked about all of this and hamdulillah you know, the blessing and the opportunity was, we were able to take the alum ombre trip the color mama group, in the footsteps of the prophets, a lot of them were the goal and the objective wasn't just to perform Orion visit the domain, but to also study the seer of the prophets a lot of the setup and the major events of the life of the process and at the actual sites. So it was very fascinating is that when you follow the road and the path, I was able to go and see it and visit there, when you follow the path and the road that goes from Medina, to the place where or what
took place. There is a machine over there on the way it's a very small much it's kind of in conspicuous you won't really notice it, it doesn't stand out. But locals, the Medina, basically the original residents of Medina who've kind of inherited the history of Medina from generation to generation, they can actually point it out to you. There is a machine on the way called Madeira. And there are literally refers to armor. And so when they left Medina for all these, you know, after all this deliberation, when they finally left Medina, it was evening time almost. And so they didn't reach over because traveling with 1000 people as you can imagine, is not very easy.
So they ended up spending the nights on the way to hood. The profits. A lot of them had been camped out that way they could arrive at or hood early in the morning. And, you know, basically engage the army earlier in the day. So they ended up stopping there, they spend the night there. And from there what's actually mentioned and I talked about it last time, levy said there is an ESL audition for Johan levy said there is, the notable thing was that the prophets a lot of the seminal Battle of a holy war two layers of armor. And this basically shows how the prophets doesn't no one expected the battle to be very fierce. And secondly, it shows that the profits, a lot of them, taught us to take
all necessary precautions. You know, they oftentimes you talk about throwing caution to the wind. That is not a No, no, that is not an admirable idea. In Islam. We're not supposed to throw caution to the wind. We're supposed to be brave and courageous and willing to sacrifice, but we always exercise necessary precaution. And then what happens happens, you know, what is meant to be will will come to us that is the will of God, that is the will of Allah, but we are obligated to assume and to acquire and to pursue any and all means and precautions. The famous narration about the article from Metallica, that's how your camel and then put your trust in God. Right, so the promises
of war two layers of armor. So that place where the prophets have spent that night in the morning, he had the Sahaba strap onto him a second layer of armor, that place is marked by a machine that is present there commercial data.
And actually in the history of Medina, you know, when you go there, many of those sites don't really remain intact anymore. But Ahmad bin Abdulaziz Rama Allahu taala, the great Khalifa, the great leader of the Muslims, who was actually the governor of Medina before he was appointed as Khalifa. He was the governor of Medina before he was appointed. He was a very righteous, very pious, very knowledgeable man. He had actually inquired and researched at that time from the inside and the children of the unsought in the Al Medina, about every single place where the prophets a lot he's ever had ever prayed outside imaginable. He of course, some places we obviously know Moses,
Moses, Oba Machina salema, right, the major masajid of Medina, but outside of that, they had marked more than 70 places where the profitsystem had offered Salah. And Omar bin Abdulaziz had masajid constructed at all of those places to commemorate the places where the process of them had performed Salah. And so that is one of the places they did, because they prayed for it in the morning. Yeah, and then they set up from there. But what else transpired there that we talked about was that the mafia con under the leadership of Abdullah bin Raven saloon, the leader of the hypocrites, he basically, quote unquote, abandoned the Muslim army with 300 of his allies and followers thinking
that he was, you know, thereby inflicting some unexpected, you know, harm upon the Muslims. But nevertheless, he ended up leaving in the profits, a lot of them said no concern, no worry, we don't, we're not concerned with them. They don't affect us one way or another. And then we talked about how some of the other tribes of OHS basically became kind of doubtful in terms of a thought if autonomy increment of shala Allahu Allah uma, they thought about leaving when the 300 people left as well but Allah subhanaw taala, fortify them and strengthen them and they stuck by the army. So now you have 700 Muslims that approach or hood
and we talked about the engaging of the battle how the battle basically started and again, if you go there, you're able to see we were the mountain of our code is along the the Muslims put the bouncing of our hood on their, to their backs. And that left a little bit of gap or open area to the left of the army, the left flank of the army. And so the left flank of the army, there's a little hill there's a little hill, which is called Javelin I name actually before the Battle of Ramadi used to be called javelina I name and it was called The reason was called vanilla I named when you actually look at it, there's a little bit of a dip in it. So it's almost like two eyes. So they would call it
Javelin lightning one is a little bit bigger than the other but it's a little bit of a dip in the middle.
Now, of course after the Battle of boyhood, it is famously known as JetBlue
JetBlue Ma, the mountain of the archers the hill of the archers, so the prophets allowed him appointed 50 archers they are under the guidance and leadership of Abdullah bin geohash know the Allahu taala on who
and basically the prophets Allah has him instructed them Do not leave do not move Do not
you know, leave Do not remove. Do not leave this spot this position and
Till I personally come and get you. And the prophets, a lot of them said, even if you see us winning, or you see them killing us in the battlefield, do not come down from this spot. And we'll talk about basically what transpired probably in the next session inshallah, but that's what we talked about the army of the
machinery cooperation, basically approach from the other side, the opposite side. What's also very fascinating is that when you're when you go and look at it, for this to the north of Medina,
or hood is to the north of Medina, the reason why the army of wh came from the north, and the Muslims knew it was going to come from the north, is because the south of Medina, basically you It's very, it was very dense forest.
They were all day problem trees and gardens and orchards and things like that. So there were a lot of walls, there were a dense, thick, you know, foilage and forest. And so it wasn't really practical for a huge army, the police were coming with about 3000 people. So it was not practical for 3000 people to be able to walk through this area that is walled off with gardens and thick forests and trees, it just wasn't practical, they could not come from the east or the west, because basically Medina, that region, previously historically, was basically a volcanic region.
And you can actually still see effects and traces of that till today. And so now a lot of it the earth has been cleared out to, you know, development and roads and homes and things like that. But previously what would happen is that there was very rough terrain, very uneven and rough terrain that was basically the remnants of the old volcanic region that it was in it's called basically how to shark kuwahara to her.
The Eastern Hara, Hara literally means heat. So what they meant by that is the volcanic remnants on the east and the west. So that again, was not it was very treacherous land, it was very uneven, it was very sharp and difficult. So animals and people and would have a very difficult time walking through they're particularly animals. So the North was really the only access point. So they knew that they were going to be coming from the north. That's why the Muslims went straight out to plus the profits a lot. He's mad intelligence, Intel from the scouts that he had sent out outside of Medina. Nevertheless, they position themselves there and we talked about how the Battle of the hood
got started. We talked about some of the initial you know fighting that took place we talked about the story of abou Gianna,
you know, the brave warrior, the the fierce fighter of the unsought and how he was wreaking havoc on the army of the Americans in the operation.
at this particular time today, what we're going to be talking about inshallah, as much as the time permits, is we're going to be speaking about Hamza bin Abdul muttalib radi Allahu Allahu, one of the, you know, major events or one of the major issues pertaining to down the road is basically the death, the martyrdom The, the the the Shahada of Hamza bin Abdul muttalib radi Allahu taala, who, a little bit of a brief, you know, kind of a reminder and a little bit of a brief review. How's that all the Allahu taala and who is the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he is the younger brother of the father of the prophets, a lot of
the younger brother of the father of the process of uncle chacha, right, so he's the uncle of the prophets a lot a solemn now being an uncle. However, since he was significantly younger, us, he was significantly younger, he was not a lot older than the prophets a lot.
He was not a lot older than him. So the prophets a lot is him and him always had that very interesting relationship where you have kind of the uncle that's not a lot older than you. That's more like a big brother or an older friend, rather than an uncle, Father type figure. But like a big brother type figure, the kind that you know, you go outside and throw a ball with the one that you're the kind that you hang out with the one that teaches you how to drive, right, a horse or whatever it may be. It was that type of a relationship. It was very interesting. On top of that, they were actually milk brothers rabari Brothers, foster brothers, if you will, meaning that they
had both been nursed by the same woman and the woman was the way by not the Allahu taala and her some books of sera say that she ended up accepting Islam. Nevertheless, they were nursed by the same woman. So they were actually foster brothers. And that added to their relationship. And of course, we talked about our Hamza, the Allahu talana, became Muslim Hamza, the Allahu taala, who became Muslim by defending the prophets a lot easier than the famous incident where he comes back from a hunting trip and so you know, when
of his servants ends up informing him that you know, you act like such a big man, such a big brave warrior and hunter and man, but yet your own brother is so just so you know, severely disrespected.
He's treated so disrespectfully in public and you do nothing You have no shame.
So he's like, what why is this servant shaming me? Well, what happened? And then he finds out that Abuja that they had just really crossed another line and gone to a whole nother level, in insulting the profits of lobbyists. And he goes, and he basically hits beats up Abu Jamal basically, and defends the owner of the process, sentiment declares Islam. Later on, he eventually meets with the profits of seven truly does end up accepting Islam. Islam enters his heart. And from that day forward, he was basically one of the defenders of the prophets a lot he sent him. And he was a cause of great confidence and a boost to the morale of the Muslims.
And he similarly performed the migration. The headline was basically like the right hand of the prophets a lot he sent him,
one of the closest of his family members who is with him by his side. So homes that are the Allahu telefonu suffices. He was very beloved to the prophets, a lot of them he had been instrumental. Of course, we know that about the butler was a huge miracle in a great victory from Allah, but nevertheless comes out of the Allahu talana even though there were angels fighting in the battlefield, he still played a very prominent role. That's just the type of man that he was.
And so here in the Battle of Oakwood, of course, you know, he was there again. And
Hamza, the Allahu taala. And who they had the mo barraza, where they would basically have the kind of showdown or the little bit of a face off in the middle, before the battle would actually commence and hums out of the Allahu taala and who went out there and struck down whoever they sent forth.
Immediately in the blink of an eye, whoever they sent forth to basically fight against him. Then when the battle actually commenced
watashi Who are we talking about in just a second, but he basically observes about Hamza radi Allahu taala. And who
he says about him, he says, Gani, Andrew la he.
He said, We're lucky in Nila Andrew Illa Hamza. He says, I swear to God, I was looking at Hamza Yehuda, NASA safey. He, he was just, you know, just removing entire groups of people with a sword was a scattering people with disord. And my unique O'Shea and nobody could even touch him lay a finger on him. mythril Gemini, oh, rock. He was like a huge, humongous camel.
Kind of like bulldozing his way through a group of people use a man amongst boys. Right? He was like a bulldozer just tearing through people.
And he was just a force to be reckoned with.
Also, what's said about Hamza, nothing, Allahu taala knew when he's making this observation about him.
Hamza, the Allahu taala, who by that time, in the very beginning of the battle had already killed single handedly yet struck down 31 of the opposing army.
He had taken out 31 people.
All right, so one men had taken out 31 of the other side.
So whatever odds that there might have been 700 to 3000 Well, now it just became one for every 31
and so the Muslims are not worried at all. And so this one comes out of the Allahu taala who just wreaking havoc on their entire army.
Now, why she comes into the picture who is watching why she was an Abyssinian slave and African slave, who belong to debate and muttering
who belonged to debate minmatar
and he was he belonged to him and he actually says he relates his story himself. Actually, I should share this with you
so to Sahaba they actually say that
Jaffer when amor even omega a Domini.
He and obey the lie even though ID radi Allahu taala and human.
They say that at the time fees anymore, or we are at the time of the hill alpha of more are We are the Allahu taala and who so this is basically now what they're relating is about, you know, about 40 years
40 plus years after the Battle of over
40 plus years after the Battle of welcome.
They are traveling, and they said that we were
Traveling through the lens of a sham,
traveling through the lens of a sham. So we've passed through the area of hymns.
We pass through the area of hymns, and
why she lived there. We had heard that why she lives in this area. So we're very curious.
So we were looking for him. And eventually we came across a home. There was a lot of land and there was a home mom there. And we went there. And we found why she to be there.
So Abdullah bin Rd obaidul, abinadi, scuse. me, he says that
we we found him and we asked him
that is, you know, he says, I asked him is that actually you? And he says yes. And then why she tells him that, you know, I recognize you as well now obey the Laguna de la the Allahu Allahu he said that we were traveling through the desert. And a lot of times we would be traveling to kind of protect yourself from dust and things like that. What they would do is that they will wrap up their faces,
they would wrap up their faces completely just kind of leaves their eyes open. Right, and so that they could travel and they wouldn't be breathing in a lot of dust and things like that. So he said, My face was completely wrapped up and walk up to washy. And he says he describes him he says that he was very, very old and frail at this time, is very old and very frail.
So he says, I asked him are you watching? And he says yes. And he says, and you are obeyed the Laguna de.
He said, Yeah, how do you know? How do you recognize? He said, I haven't seen you for like 15 years.
You don't even remember, you won't even remember. I remember you when you were a child. And I recognize you from your feet
when you were a child
and that tells you kind of watching how observant he was how intelligent he was sharp as an arrow. Very, very intelligent. So nevertheless, they sit down with him and they said that by December she was of course Muslim.
So they asked him fossa Allah Who am Kathy Hamza Takata. Who Please tell me the story of how you kill the uncle of the Prophet system Hamza? Ilana, we've heard the stories. We want to hear from you.
So he says that,
okay. If you would like for me to tell you
he's they they insist they say yes, please tell us inform us. So at that point in time, he informs them he says, I'm going to tell you the story. Come out Hideki Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
I will tell you the story just as I told the prophets a lot he said when he asked me
he says that I was a slave. I belong to a man by the name of debate.
And he says that his uncle to imma took no ID was killed in about the bud by the hands of hams out of the handle.
So he says that debate told me before the bad level hood, you know, I he knew that I was kind of like an expert marksman. I was like a sniper.
I could hit a moving target
from a you know 100 feet away with my spear. I had like these, the the African Spears that they would use were not like big like the air Arab Spears that were as tall as a person's height five, six feet long. But they would have like these small mini Spears almost kind of like large darts, if you will like arrows, but they would throw them with their hands. Like in a full body motion with a lot of power and a lot of strength, almost like think of like a fastball pitcher in baseball. They would load up and they would launch it. And so 100 miles per hour type of heat. And so he knew that I was an expert marksman because on days of celebration and things like that, he would kind of loan
me out or hire me out to people to perform these tricks and you know, kind of entertainment. So he was aware of that. And he said in Katanga Hamza Tommy
Mohamed Salah is me I'm me for antibiotic. He says if you can kill the uncle of Mohammed Salah he said I'm in exchange for the killing of my uncle, then you are free. I guarantee your freedom. So he says that I went out with the people. I went out with the people. seminarians also mentioned that
even though even cathedra hum Allahu taala doesn't choose to mention those narrations because he doesn't find them to be authentic enough. But some narrations and other books you see it also mentioned that hinden been to Cuba, whose father, uncle and brother were all
Killed by Hamza radi Allahu taala. Who in the Battle of blood,
she on top of that made a promise to washy, that if you end up killing Hamza, fine, Jubail will free you, but I will give you money on top of that so that you will be a rich man not only a free member, a rich man. So he says, okay,
so he says that I went out with the army, and I had no other purpose other than Hamza. That's it. That's why I was here. So he says that when the battle started, and he talks about this, he says that I hid behind kind of like a rock and a boulder or a boulder, I kind of hid behind some rocks. And I was spying on him to just keeping my eye on him. And I saw him just tearing through the army, just on a rampage. But I needed him to get closer.
So that he'd be in mind, kind of target range. When he got close enough. He says that I basically stepped forward. You know, in my motion, I stepped forward and I launched that spear
And he says that this this was a strength of washi. And how amazing his technique was. He says that it hit him in the navel because Hamza was a huge man. Right, and he was so good with a sword. So good with a sword that if I would have thrown in iron, he probably would have blocked it.
So I had to aim low. So I aim for like his waist like navel. And while she says that it went in one side and came out the other side.
Like I tore a hole through him.
And he says, As soon as I hit him, he kind of, you know, stopped in his tracks.
And he looked at me, saw me and started to walk towards me.
He said, At that moment, my heart, like jumped out of my jumped out of my chest. I was like, Oh, no. But he said, he took a few steps. And he fell.
And he laid on the ground kind of for a while. And he said, I stayed nearby, I dare not go close to him. Because Hamza lying on the ground was still more dangerous than most people on their feet.
So he said, I waited and waited and waited until I finally saw the life leave him, I saw him die.
I watched him die.
And he said that then I went, and I retrieved my spear. And I immediately left the battlefield. I went back to the camp, and I sat down there waited for the return back to Mecca to retrieve my reward. I was he says, he actually says that, will me occasionally behave he had.
I know, I know other business there on that day, except for Hamza.
So he says, I went back to Makkah.
And I was freed. I received the money and I lived in Mecca. Why not? I was familiar with the place. I knew a lot of people. Now I was free. I had money. So why not? I just lived in. I lived in Mecca.
He says until the prophets a lot, he said, um, you know, six years later, would come for the conquest of Mecca.
And when it came from the conquest of MCI said, I need to get out of town. I need to get out of Dodge, right? Because if Mohammed's allottee him finds me, then I don't know what he'll do with me, you as a Muslim at this time. So he says that I fled to pa if I said, I've someplace to go to. He says, but what ended up happening was that the wealth of thought if comes to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and accepts Islam, and then you know, the Battle of her name, the Battle of thought, if takes place as well. And I'm like, well, it's not safe for me here either. So he says, it's like the earth was closing in on me.
So he says that I said to myself, I should go to a sham for Yemen or somewhere else, but I need to get out of here.
So he says, I was trying to figure out where I should go until somebody told me that what do you What's wrong with you way hack? In the who were lucky my Hayden minashi dollfie Dini, he works at the shadow.
If you fear for your life, and you should know there's one thing that you can do to gain immunity and to gain protection.
Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will not kill somebody who enters into his Dina's religion and testifies which truth becomes a Muslim. He will not kill a Muslim no matter what you've done in the past. That's how they operate. That's their policy.
So I said that, okay. Let me explore this opportunity.
So he says I went to Medina, straight up, I went to Medina and I kind of covered up myself cloaked up myself
and I went to the Prophet sallallaahu
He was selling and I stood before him.
And I said that I shall do shahadat, and
I gave the testimony of faith.
So when the prophets of autism looked up at me, he said, I was
So I said, Now mia rasulillah said yes on messenger of God. The prophets a lot of them said Oprah for her Disney gift. Hamza
said right here,
tell me how did you kill Hamza?
Tell me, how did my uncle die?
And he says that I told for her death two comma, two comma. I told him just as I'm telling the both of you.
fella for octoman had easy.
When I finished telling him the story, the profits a lot of them said way, Huck said washy
lady, but only watch haka. filarmonica.
kind of give me some space.
I can't. I can't look into the eyes.
That watched my uncle breathers last.
I'm having trouble.
You know, just sitting across this close to the person who took my uncle away from me. It's tough.
You know, a lot of times is this I always get asked this question, right. How is that fair? Why didn't he forgive? No, no, he forgave, didn't he?
Didn't he absolutely forgive? Is he killing, watching? Is he imprisoning him? Is he torturing him? Is he beating him? Is he exiling him?
Is he ostracizing him? No, no.
So he forgave him
probably more than anybody else who would ever be willing to.
But the profits a lot of these images also displaying as humanity
said, when I when I when I sit across from you, all I can think about is the dead, mutilated body of my uncle. That's what I see when I look at you.
It's tough, I'm a human being, have to understand.
So it's very, very human. It's very powerful.
It's very real.
And so why she says that, I used to kind of sit to the side of the profits a lot, to just not trouble him.
Until, and he says I stayed in Medina, until the prophets, a lot of him passed away.
For two years, I stayed there, benefiting learning praying behind him listening to him, so on so forth, so that tells you again, the process was extremely accommodating and forgiving. Why she
basically became a part of his community, became one of his followers, his congregants, his students, which one of us would take a murder of a family member and say, Alan was on Mr. hobbico, please join my congregation. Please be in sit in my class be one of my students, which one of us would have the heart to do that?
Right, so this was the Messenger of Allah salatu salam.
So he says that
the Muslims eventually in the time of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala and who, on the on the day of yamamah, the Battle of Yama, which were basically known as the horrible read down the apostasy wars, right, the tribes that an apostate did and amongst them primarily, Chief amongst them was Musa Lama, Al Khattab, Hussain amata, liar. He was a false prophet, claimed prophet. He had actually come to Medina during the lifetime of the prophets, a lot of them and tried to negotiate a deal with the prophets a lot. He said them, I'll take half you take half I'll be prophet for half the world. You'd be prophet for half the world. The prophets, a lot of them said leave before I hurt you.
Right and so he dismissed him. So this was a llama basically was kind of riling up these tribes that were a pasta sizing. So
he says that I went out on that day. And when the armies met, why she was very good at this. He was like sniper stealth. He'd move about the battlefield and the army, nobody would even notice him in a way about things.
So he says that I basically went back to my old tactics. I went into stealth mode and sort of moving about the battlefield. One Goal one target, I got to find Mozilla.
So he said when I started Mozilla maka human fi safe
He was standing there holding a sword in his hands
but he says that he wasn't a very skilled fighter.
So he says that I got prepped I got ready I found a spot me try he was within my you know range
and he says that I was basically about to get into my stance like load up and launch the spear towards him. And I saw that another man amongst the young sod He appeared started to bulrush
like you know the like they you know, they say the expression a bat out of hell.
Right like a bullet out of like a cannonball out of a cannon just shot out at machinima.
Shotgun, you just go in at him.
Right and I was actually quite taken aback by how, like powerful and fast this man was.
Just blow rushing was running through people.
So he says that I loaded up even more quickly. And I launched my spear. And it struck Mozilla in the chest and came out his back.
Like he tore a hole through a man.
He says I launched my spirit and just tore straight through him.
And he says as soon as it tore straight through him, he kind of stumbled back and the second my spear went through him. That
wrecking ball of a human being that was rushing towards him. He's collided into him and just completely finished him off with his sword.
And so he says that I needed to beat that unsavoury. And I needed to be the first one to strike Mozilla. I had to do it.
It was my penance.
See inhale Islamia de Makana Kabbalah. Islam eradication removes anything that happened before it. Allah had forgiven me the messenger had forgiven me it was right from my record that I had killed. One of the greatest men that ever walked the face of this earth Hamza bin Abdullah calibre de la wanna say your Shahada Hamza as a doula you as
the Lion of God in His Messenger, the leader of all the marchers, God had forgiven me.
But I felt I needed to do something to redeem myself. Like for myself, not for London ask anything of me. Mohammed, colossal isolation did not hold anything against me. But I needed to do it for myself. I needed to prove to myself that I was not a bad person, that I just wasn't going to be known for doing one of the most hurtful things to the profits a lot.
Like I would have something like I was worth something I could contribute something. I wasn't the man who made the profits a lot of him cry.
I wasn't just that man. I needed to know that I could be more
so he said I had to hit moose a llama before that men could get there. And I did.
My spear tour straight through him. The second left his body, this wrecking ball of a human being hit. mozila man finished him off.
He says that as soon as that man finished him off, and he turned around, yes, it was a boo Jana.
Of all people, Abu Jana.
one of the remarkable things that I wanted to mention here today
was that and I didn't mention this before because I wanted to kind of really emphasize this point.
Why she when he recounts the story of Homs out of the Allahu taala and who killing Hamza, he says that when I threw my spear and a tour through Hamza,
remember I mentioned that I waited until I made sure Hamza was dead and I went back and retrieved my spear.
He said, I kept that spear. I don't know why.
I don't know why. He didn't give a reason. No reason why.
But I kept that spear.
And he said that was the same exact spear that I used to kill mozila
that was why
I was meant to retrieve it.
So I could redeem myself using the same weapon. And he was fascinating. It's not like maybe it was just his weapon or he was attached to it kind of like a favorite sword or something like that. Right. After he throws the spear that kills most a llama. He doesn't go back and retrieve it.
This is done.
I've done what I was supposed to that spear has fulfilled its Mark said its purpose.
And so he used to say after that
He says for enquanto Patel to sell to Hydra nasty burger rasulillah he's allowed to Sharon Sharon nasci. He says that if I indeed killed Mozilla, then I killed the best of the people after Mohammed salami sandwich was Hamza. And I also killed the worst of the people, which was most a lemma the False Prophet.
And so eventually was mentioned about why she
is that why she,
you know, after killing was a llama, once he felt that he had basically redeemed himself.
He eventually moved
to him, in a sham in Syria,
kind of lived a little bit like what we would consider like kind of on a ranch, you know, kind of outside of the city, he lived a little bit outside of there.
And he basically lived out the lesson the rest of his days there, and eventually he died in the place of hemps.
He died there, passed away there and is buried there.
So this is a story of the Shahada, the martyrdom of Homs out of the Allahu taala, and who, and why she and how he exactly was a part of the killing in the assassination of Hamza, the Allahu taala. And
one of the things that we're going to be talking about, and we're going to discuss a little bit later, I'd like to try to keep the chronology of the events as much as possible. We're going to talk about more events in the battlefield, such as, you know, the death of some of the other key companions, we'll talk about the injuries of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the abandoning of the archers from their post, and basically, what transpired afterwards, how eventually the battle concluded. And then we'll come back to then talking about the martyrs who died and their burials and how the profits a lot of them basically, you know,
handled everyone's death and everything. And at that point in time, we'll come back to talking about homes out of the Allahu taala and who and how the prophets a lot of them buried him and how pained the prophets, a lot of the time was at seeing the body of Hamza and burying Hamza and departing from Hamza and how much pain it caused the prophets a lot isn't very visibly, and very profoundly. So inshallah we'll talk about that in the coming sessions. We'll go ahead and ending conclude here in sha Allah, in the next session, then we'll talk about some of the other deaths and also the injury to the profits a lot exam, which again, I was able to, you know, on the kilometer trip able to go
there and see this specific spots and places, you know, where the profits a lot of the time was basically placed when he was injured and he was bleeding and actually places where he bled and those places are marked and, you know, are still observable till today. So you're able to really study the history and see exactly how the battle played out and it's very fascinating, very remarkable. So inshallah we'll talk about that in the coming session. May Allah subhanho wa Taala give us the ability to practice everything that was said and heard, and May Allah subhanaw taala bless us with the level of lightness messenger salami, Sam. So Hana light will be handy. He subhanak a lovely
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cycling, how's it going?
Very good. Very, very good. very beneficial.