Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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In these podcasts, we uncover one chapter after another from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in an attempt to learn about him, to love him, and to better ourselves through his example, immersion, mentorship, companionship and tibia. These are just a few of the things we offer, alongside knowledge of the prophetic Biography at the Syrah intensive, two weeks dedicated to the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his noble characteristics. So this winter, join me in Dallas, Texas, alongside your classmates from all over the world, to learn the story of the life of the best of humanity, the ultimate mercy to mankind, the prophet muhammad
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So inshallah we're going to be continuing on with our discussion on the battle hood. This is the, one of the great or landmark events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is one of the major events in the Medina and Sierra specifically, it occurred in the third year of hijet, on the third year of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, his residence in the city of Medina.
And it occurred basically, in the month of chawan. So about 13 months after the Battle of butter had transpired. And we've been talking about the Battle of war hood for quite some time now for a few weeks. where we left off previously was basically to summarize the Muslims. They arrived there at hood to face the operation Americans who are basically marched up to what can practically be considered the gates of the city of Medina and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. In the believers, they basically meet them off over there, they line up, the numbers are basically 700 to 3000. There were originally about 1000 Muslims, or 1000 in the Muslim army. 300 of them were under
the leadership of Abdullah bin obey Bintulu, the leader of the hypocrites and when I say akun an enemy of the prophets a lot a solemn and so he retreated back with his 300 people. So which left about 700 people in the ranks of the Muslims, they lined up the profits a lot of them strategically pasted, placed about 50 archers on a small hill that covered there, the back of the Muslim army, preventing anyone from ambushing them from behind.
The Muslims were granted a significant victory in the early part of the battle, where they began to chase the enemy off the battlefield in spite of the odds of 41
unfortunately, at that time as some of the narrations we've talked about, shape on shadow, the Allahu taala actually in the narration, she says that in hasm, illusory cone, that the enemy had suffered defeat at the hands of the Muslims. And she says that at that particular time, shape on he called out
basically, in disguise, he called out to the Muslims who were perched up on that place where the prophets a lot of them told them to cut, you know, watch the back of the Muslims. And he shouted from there, o'clock o'clock on that, look, everything is over. And at that point in time, unfortunately, some of the Muslims they left most of the 50 archers that were placed about 40 of them, they left their post, and that led to Khalid bin Walid, radi Allahu taala on who who was not Muslim at this particular time to come from behind with the cavalry ambush a Muslim from behind the Michigan who are fleeing the battlefield they similarly turned around, realizing the opportunity at
hand, and the Muslims were caught in the middle. Great losses occurred in that major test that befell the prophets Allah dissembling the Muslims. Amongst them was the
the death of the killing of Hamza radi Allahu taala and who the uncle and the foster brother of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, along with them wasabi Dharmendra, the Allahu taala, who also filled the battlefield, and many other notable companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fell at that time.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself was very severely injured, bleeding very profusely from his face of all places, and either either due to the injuries to the profits, a lot of a sudden or the death of Mousavi nomade according to some historians, who resembled the profits a lot decent from far away, if you looked at him, that in either case, the rumors spread that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had been killed in the battlefield and that
Just was devastating to the believers. One of the narrations mentions about unassuming another and another radi Allahu taala and who was an Ansari was a Muslim of Medina. He was the uncle of unassuming bumalik radi Allahu anhu. The young assistant called him the young assistant of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he was actually named after his uncle, and so on another came upon Abu Bakar Omar I live in a Vitaly and Zubaydah Vedanta awam radi Allahu taala, who many of the key Babel Sahaba major Sahaba and they were kind of sitting down huddled up in a corner somewhere when the battle you know, just there was total chaos and panic. And he asked him, What are
you doing here sitting?
Right? What are you doing mother you might usually sukham what what made you sit like this? And they said that putting Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they said that the Messenger of God salatu salam has been killed. And so he responded at that time by saying that, if in fact, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has been killed, boo boo firmoo to Allah, Masha Allah He Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that stand up and go and die for what the messenger gave his life for. Don't sit here and lament his death, but die for what he died for the cause. And so at that time, everyone was motivated and unassuming another of the Allahu Allah Allah Himself
jumped into the thick of the battle until he himself was Shaheed he fell in the battle. And we talked about this before that
when a supramolecular the Allahu Allahu says la Jana BNSF. In another young Indian Savannah de Botton, we found more than 70 wounds on his body from our alpha who elope to who are out of touch will be Barbie banana, he, he only his sister was able to recognize him as she recognized him from the tips of his fingers.
And so, at this particular time, the battle was raging on some of the other very notable, you know, sacrifices of the Sahaba rudding Allahu taala and home was that up the ramen been out even his Sham Allahu taala, the famous historian, the scholar of the Sierra, he actually notes and he says that another human being will see but Fukuyama he then he was injured in his mouth. He was injured in his mouth to the point where it left a permanent scar for hotma with Judy Harish VENA Jara hatanaka. He suffered more than 20 injuries 20 wounds after Amanda Saba who vowed to have originally he fought.
And he received some very major wounds and injuries to his leg to the point where for the rest of his life, he limped. He had a very significant limp and injury for the rest of his life. That's how badly Abdurrahman withouth radi Allahu jalon, who was injured on that day.
I'll go ahead and mention this here.
What's really remarkable when I tell you about after 100 hours of the Allahu taala and who and how severely he was injured, that he suffered more than 20 wounds, his mouth had a permanent scar. He had a permanent injury and limp in his leg from that point on that caused him quite a bit of pain and discomfort for the rest of his life. What's really remarkable is that the same abderrahman been off, radi Allahu taala on who he was sitting. Remember, Heidi mentioned this in Asahi drama, a few years later, he's sitting one time and he's fasting, what kind of Solomon who do we thought he was fasting. So somebody came in, presented and brought him some food to break his fast. And the idea
here is that this is later in his life.
Allahu taala, who is a senior companion of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, Sahabi, Kabir
Minh, Kibera. Sahaba. So he's a very senior companion of the Prophet lism. There, what that basically means what we would consider that to be is like, imagine what the status of like a very, very senior scholar who is a teacher of the teachers of the teachers,
right and how we would interact with them, and how we would view such a person. He's a senior companion of the Prophet salon Isa. He became Muslim early in the days of Mecca. He had 23 years of Sabah companionship with who Muhammad Rasul Allah is Allah.
He mentored many of the notable Sahaba that's a member of so obviously, he's fasting. He's an elder. So somebody came in, you know,
like honoring, you know, your teachers. Somebody came and brought him some food, presented some food to him. That chef you know, I know you're fasting. Here's some food
When he saw that somebody is coming and serving Him and bringing him food, he sat there quiet for a moment. And he says, Allah pootie Lama Sabino made
masabi nomade he died in the battlefield. He was killed and he's he's, he was better than me. He's better than me.
cofina feeble that in in hoodia rasuluh but
we're in Hootie Ridge la who Barrasso.
And he said Mousavi nomade was killed and he's better than me.
But he was buried in a shroud, you know, Kevin shroud, the sheet you covered the dead body with he was buried in a shroud that if his head was covered, his feet would become exposed. And we would pull it down to cover his feet, his head would become uncovered.
And he goes on to say, well, Cuttino Hamza will hate on me. And Hamza radi Allahu taala and who was killed, and he's better than me.
thuma basutoland Amina dunya maku[???]a and he said, and we're sitting here today, and Allah has granted us material blessings that you see before you.
He said or Athena Amina dunya, ma or Athena. Allah gave us what he gave us. We were given what we were given. What are the Hasina and takuna has an Atlanta, Atlanta
and I'm afraid, I fear that our deeds we have been rewarded for our deeds in this world.
I am afraid that we are being rewarded for our deeds in this world through machala Yaki, then he would start to cry.
And he would sob like a child
had that arakata arm and he pushed the food away and he said, I can't eat.
you know, this is a very fascinating
comparison contrast in mindset.
We talk a lot and we have a lot of conversations and discussions that we don't
that we shouldn't, you know, look negatively
on the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala.
We oftentimes have conversations money, wealth is not inherently evil.
And we shouldn't have this attitude of just enjoying the blessings of Allah, having some comfort in our life is not inherently a curse, or evil. But it's a test. And if you do good with it, then it's good.
If you do bad with it, then it's bad. It's like anything else.
While that is true, fundamentally,
we also have to decide what our goal and our objective is.
Do we want to be the person who basically says, I will do the bare minimum,
you know, and basically chance or risk, that my goodwill somehow will be my bad and I will be deserving and worthy of the mercy of Allah. Allah, mercy is unimaginable, unlimited, but I will be deemed worthy of His mercy and His forgiveness. I'm willing to take that chance.
Versus whether we want to strive for the highest degrees of success and the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala and the eternal bliss and happiness of the life of the hereafter. I oftentimes for myself, I'm just talking out loud here. Please, nobody understand that I'm lecturing anybody about this? I just like to take these opportunities, think out loud, because I don't think in this area. I don't think I'm in a position to lecture anyone. But I'm using the opportunity to think out loud I think to myself quite often, that when we Why don't we contrast and compare our mindset when it comes to dunya? We have similar options available to us. I can sit and do the math. What does it
cost to live in a very minimal, minimally sized apartment?
What does it cost to drive something that just basically it's got four wheels, and can get me from point A to point B?
What does it cost for me to live just absolutely, you know, buy the bare minimum food wise,
furniture wise, appliance wise.
And let me do that math. And I come up with a number. I just give an arbitrary number come up with okay $2,000 a month 15 $100 a month, whatever.
And at that point in time, why don't I
only get you know in terms of some type of worldly training
that allows me to
Have a job that provides exactly $2,000 a month,
I will live, I will survive
because I'm just trying to fulfill the bare minimum.
But that idea is so unpalatable,
unfathomable it's so hard for us to even grasp that idea and that mindset, why would you do that to yourself? Why would you aim so low? Why would you, you know, sell yourself short, and so on and so forth.
But it's remarkable that in the author for the Hereafter, I don't think that way.
Like, I don't think why am I selling myself short?
But I pray five times a day. I've memorized a little bit of put on half a juice. I pay my Zakat once a year.
I fasted Ramadan I went for Hajj once as follows.
So I am completely okay with giving an hour a day to my Deen to my relationship with Allah, to learning of my religion to practice of my religion, and 23 hours a day for myself, and my own worldly ambitions and pursuits.
And I've negotiated that in my mind and I'm okay with it. But I would never think that way about my worldly pursuits.
And it's just quite fascinating and remarkable. But you see the Sahaba radi Allahu anhu
for anyone here is named after a man were named after a man because of the ramen without anyone is named Omar is because of anyone. My daughter is named Isha. What do you think I named her Ayesha after
I have been sappy backer, meaning zojirushi Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
right like we obviously revere and respect and admire and look up to these individuals.
But this is their mindset. And we see that it's not a random accidents, that when the law speaks about them in the Quran, Allah says law the meaning is you by your own Nikita shahdara for alima Murphy boo boo him for Angela Sakina de la fecha de ba that when a person goes to paradise, after they get all the blessings that they will enjoy in Paradise, then they'll be called by Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala will say that has to be held to reduce and as he Dooku
Is there anything more that you want that I can give you? And they'll say I love to beg you to do Hannah?
Oh Allah did you not already honor and dignify us? Lm tocsin Lana, Zulu Bana
our la Have you not forgiven our sins already meaning you forgive our sins? You honored us?
What more can we possibly want her asked for?
The last panel which Allah will say at that time. Oh, hello Aleykum did Ronnie follow us go to Alibaba, I announced today my pleasure with you that I am pleased with you. Guaranteed for us to do Alibaba and I will never be displeased or disappointed with you ever again for all of eternity, you are good with me.
And the narration says the prophets a lot of them says that the people in paradise have not been given anything that will be more gratifying, more fulfilling, more rewarding for them than that announcements.
Like it's just so remarkable. And these people these individuals were given that guarantee while they were still alive in dystonia, it blows your mind that that is something we are told that we aspire that we hope we dream to ever attain in the life of the hereafter and they're being given that in this dunya they read this ayah in the Quran about themselves
with sabich una la luna mina mahadji de novo Lanza, like Allah constantly. We're living in a manner who
Allah subhanaw taala is praising them. regionalen Sakuma de la la.
People who fulfilled their covenant their promise to Allah, they lived by their word that they gave to Allah. like think about Allah saying about somebody, because that was their mindset. This is we this has to be I'm reminding myself again here. This has to be on my radar somewhere. This has to be there. In my mind, this has to be a target that I have laid out for myself.
Similar other narrations
Subhanallah like just saying the names Mr. Buhari also mentioned this as well. kebab enough to give you some context about who's talking here, who is kebab, kebab,
the Allahu taala and who is an early convert to Islam in the early days.
of Makkah, he was a slave. He was tortured relentlessly. He describes his own torture. When people would ask him stories later on, he would tell them the stories he would, you know, tell us what the early days of Morocco were like. He says, you want to know? Yes, we want to know. So he would tell them he said that we will be blast and beaten all day and all night.
And when we didn't break, when I didn't relent,
then what they would do is they would take coals like charcoal, they would take cold they would light it up until it's red. Then they would put me down on my back on top of it and dragged me across it by my back.
And honorable hottub radi Allahu taala, who regularly used to go to him and he says, hubbub, show me your back, remind me where we came from.
reminded me of our beginnings, and he would raise up a shirt from the back in honor of the Allahu anhu said, You've never seen anything like that in your entire life. How brutal it was.
This hubbub this man who gave this for the deen of Allah. What does he say? In Bukhari? He says, Hi Gemini, man Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam. We made hedgerows we migrated, we left Makkah for Medina, with the Messenger of God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he was Allah, all we wanted in life was a pleasure of Allah.
For what Jabba junuh Allah. So we had our reward was stored with Allah, like God promised us our reward. We had earned our reward and God had promised us our reward. But then he says For me, Nah, man, ma ba, ba ba. Lem, yeah kuhlmann.
There were some of us who passed and went on left this world and they had not received any of their reward in the least bit.
ngadimin husaberg nor made, cucina Yama heard. Amongst them is when Sabino made. He was killed in the Battle of warford, Philadelphia through Atlanta marathon. All he left behind was one like sheet or a garment.
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were either good to be hardage la herradura, who he said that when we would pull that sheet up to cover his head, his feet would be uncovered. When we pulled it down to cover his feet. His head became uncovered for call Elena and Wu sallallahu alayhi Santa Monica to be hirasawa which Allah Allah, is it. He said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that cover up his head and cover his feet with leaves.
Take leaves of trees and cover up his feet.
And then he says wamena man aina I won't meet woman Nah, man a not la huzzah Morocco. For who is the Buddha? Oh, yes, Neha, he says and there are some from amongst us who made those sacrifices, whose route whose fruits had ripened
and they harvested the fruits of their labors.
shocking, and remarkable to think that the Sahaba actually thought
that living till a time when their lives were not being threatened anymore.
When they could pray and live in peace, and relative comfort, relative, I say, not our type of luxury, but relative to what they used to experience, relative comfort and safety. That they felt that that's if we've reaped all the rewards of our deeds, that tells you two things. Number one, how little they thought of their deeds. SubhanAllah even though they laid the foundation of Islam, they watered the garden of Islam with their blood.
But how little they thought of their deeds,
how humble they were in front of a lot. And number two, it also tells you how they had zero interest
in enjoying themselves in the life of this world. But they were the people of the hereafter. They were the people of the accident. Really, really remarkable.
Similarly, along the same lines, Imam Bukhari Rahim, Allahu taala, mentions another narration that even will monka did. He's one of the tabea own, he says, semi eye to Jabir on Allah. He said, I heard Jabba the Allahu Allah Allahu c'est La Cucina Abbey, JAL to upkeep. When my father was killed in the Battle of a hood, Jabba the Allahu taala And oh, by the way, he had seven younger sisters.
He had seven younger sisters. Some of them were very, very young, like still children, babies.
And he basically was the eldest child and the eldest son. And he basically became the man of the house and was responsible for all of his younger siblings. So he says that when my father was killed on the neighborhood, Joshua opkey, I started to cry. Well actually was sober and when he and I kept removing the shot, the sheet the shroud from his face to look at his face, he was very close to his father, him and his father were very close. And he said, I kept on covering his face and I kept crying for Jada, gonna be so Semyon honi, the companions of the Prophet SAW some started to kind of calm me down and tell me not to do that, that they felt I was kind of getting out of hand, my grief
was kind of getting out of hand. I was becoming a little too, you know, kind of animated or a little too emotional.
When abuse allottee Semyon ha Subhana Allah, He says, what the prophet said, some didn't stop me.
The prophets allottee some didn't stop me.
Because he understood that this is grief, this is our
end he says that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said lots of key, but he did concern me. He didn't stop me, pull me away. But he did console me. He said lots of key, lots of key
o Matic key. He says that either he said, don't cry for him, for your father or he said, Why do you cry for him? masala tea melodica to to the loo be agnihotra Hata raffia. The angels are covering him with their wings until his soul will be lifted up and taken to Allah.
The angels are here to honor and to protect your father. Why do you cry? Your father is a great man, an honorable man in the eyes of Allah subhanho wa Taala. These are the sacrifices of the Sahaba on the day of
another narration that is very, it tells you just that unfortunate things happen in the battlefield.
issue of the Allahu taala and what I was telling you that she says I'm not going to go my own route, hoochie Mama akuna for saraha Iblees, la la la, la, la la, la la, la la de la Cracow. That when the Michigan earlier they suffered defeat on the neighborhood, but then he believes shout it out that oh slaves of God, look behind you to the Muslims and the you know, that's when the machine came from behind. He was just basically causing more confusion for rajaji hula
fudge Stella, that's here, we're a problem. So when they when they got ambushed from behind, and panic started to ensue, the Muslims who were in the front they turned around and they started crashing into other Muslims. And basically there was all this panic the Muslims on both sides were sandwiched by the machine going in between the Muslims are running into each other crushing into each other. And it was just complete pandemonium. That at that time for bussola who they fought for a Da Hua b v A man
who they've particularly a man who they follow the Allahu taala and who is a very close Companion of the prophets a lot. He said, um, he's called Sahil said in the visa lottery, so the confidant of the profits a lot so he was very close and very trusted by the profits a lot he saw them he told him some very particular things that he never shared with anyone else like the list of all the hypocrites and the mafia Cohen and some of the specific you know, liars and false prophets and trials that will come upon the oma till the Day of Judgment.
And so, his father Alia mon radi Allahu anhu was a Muslim him and there was another elderly man by the name of fabkids been wash sabots even watch, radi Allahu anhu these two men, they were very, very old, like they were very senior, very, very senior. So they were so old, that they were basically left with a lot of the women and children in Medina.
Legally, legally lucubra, Hema while they are with Dorothy Hema, they were left with the women and children because of their senior age and their weakness. They were very old and very frail. But
they both said to one another while they were sitting there kind of looked around. And they said in Colombia tamina, Jelena Illa Mr. They said the only time left in our lives is the amount of time that it takes a donkey to drink water. Sounds kind of strange, but it was an expression basically said we don't have a lot of time left here. So they said that why are we sitting here trying to enjoy a little whatever little time we have left, how much time left and it's not like our lives are very enjoyable. Anyways, we're all
For a week we heard most of the time. So they said finance Allah, Leah doodle herb. So they both came out after the battle that started and they jumped into the battlefield that said, Let us go out of Shahada.
So when they arrived there, they got caught in that melee in that situation where it was just complete chaos in the Muslim ranks.
at that exact moment who they follow the Allahu talana his gaze happens to fall on his father. And he sees his old frail father just kind of standing there on the battlefield, in the middle of justice, collision.
And he starts to scream at that time. A by the law, a B, A, B.
Oh slaves of a law like all Muslims, Look, my dad, my dad, my father, my father.
And our era the Allahu Allah and I talked about this last time she was taking care of the wounded in the battlefield. So she says that she saw this, she said for what lucky Mata Jesu had that petaloo
that what ended up happening was both Fabien Tillman watch and Alia man who the first father they both got caught in that collision. Fabien urban walk Shaka Zulu shikun the non Muslims ended up killing him but yeah man who gave his father
he was unfortunately killed by some friendly fire, if you will.
That he got trampled and run over by some of the Muslims who were running around the battlefield trying to survive.
They found the Allahu taala and who saw his father get crushed?
And he's said yes it Allahu Allah, May Allah forgive you.
Ottawa probably a lot more unhappy anhu narrating from his entourage, insha Allah, He says, For a lucky masala tea who they found Baka to hate him hatanaka Allah azza wa jal, but he says I swear who they find never had any ill will or any bad sentiments towards any Muslims. He never harbored any ill feelings towards any of the people that were there on that day until the day he left this world and went back to Allah subhanho wa Taala. In fact, after the battle was over, and the whole situation came to light, the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam for some of the Muslims that were there, who basically the group of people who ended up you know, trampling him and killing him. The
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told them that you should at the very least this was accidental. So if you read the I have the Quran in surah, Nisa, Oman, katella mcminn and Hata and fatality rock bottom fatality rock bottom Amina Minagawa, dia de masala moto Isla de la casa de PUE, fatale Mina de la masala moto Nila and D, the last one of which Allah says that if anybody ends up accidentally being involved in the death of a Muslim, if a Muslim is involved in the accidental death of a Muslim, then they should free a slave as a penalty between them and Allah. And secondly, they should offer the blood money, the blood money meaning some type of financial, you know, reparations are
made to the family of the deceased 100 camels or its equivalent. So, the those Muslims were told that you should offer these types of reparations to the family of Alabama to who they found the son of your man who they found the Lakota, Dakota, South Dakota a phobia de la muslimeen. He told them no, this is a sadaqa for me, it's forgiven for me I saw the car and please keep it and don't worry about it. Well, I'm you are tip I hadn't been home. And he never blamed any of them. Because he said it was accidental. And everybody was panicking on that day and it was not your fault.
Like these were the sacrifices that were made on that day. But these were This was also the character of these greats and remarkable individuals.
On their very trying and Testing Day of the neighborhood and all the soccer all the losses that basically occurred in everything they suffered through. We talked about a similar story in regards to the Battle of button, but there is a Sahabi by the name of patata Amman, Allahu Allah Allahu sakata. I know who sakata Allah wa janati his I basically became so badly injured that is I was hanging out of his face,
onto his cheek.
And for the how Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam via de facula asinine he was
the prophets a lot he sort of made to offer him with his blessing hand, returned his eye back to a place and he was miraculously healed. And he actually says that it was the sharper of his two eyes, and the better and the healthier of both of his eyes. So this was a miracle that basically occurred on that day as well. It's very interesting incident that's been mentioned about this. that
some of you
His children or his grandchildren, they came to meet Omar bin Abdullah Aziz Rahim Allahu taala, the great halifa and the great leader of Muslims. So we asked them that man Answer Man and tell like what is it was the son or grandson he asked him manager who are you? For Karla homolka Dylan. He said to him, and Abdullah de sala de la lucha de Ll How do I know who for whom that Be careful Mustafa Arsenal roadie for that kumbhakarna three overly Umbria for your husband Mr. Iman were for cinema Howdy.
He said that I am the son. I am the grandson or the son of the one whose I had fallen out onto his cheek
and it was returned into its place by the hand of Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the most beautiful way.
He says it returned back to its original form completely healthy. What a blessing I am what a blessing cheek that it was touched by the hand of Muslim ah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is similar to what happened Hassan of new tabet by the Allahu taala and who would say he would say that I did not adorn Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with my words has some been saboteur the Allahu talana used to praise the prophets a lot he said him had poetry about the prophets a lot he some famous you know lines like well I said I'm in kilometre I need to well i said i mean kilometre Lee de Missa collector, mobile and mykolaiv in Karnataka, the holy cow Natasha, that no one more
beautiful wife, sentimental Antara Anika to the nobody more remarkable than you has my eyes have my eyes ever seen. And normally more breathtaking the new has ever been given birth to that you were completely free from all faults. It's as if almost you were created, how you would have requested
that when you would say these types of words about the process and he said something remarkable, he says Mohamed Salah, he said was not adorned, was not praised, was not beautified by my words. But my words were beautified by dimensional Mohammed salatu salam. So similarly, he says here that the that it is not a testament to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam that he healed the eye of my grandfather. Rather it is a compliment to my grandfather's eye that it was touched by the hand of Mohammed ceylonese Allah right, so powerful, such beautiful words. And then of course, I'm going to bin Abdulaziz Rahim Allahu taala also honored him. And he praised him and said, I honor you because
of the honor of your grandfather.
There's a little bit more that we have to talk about here. Towards the end of the battle of over dinner, we'll talk about the janazah and the burial of the Shahada and the aftermath of the battle in sha Allah. The last thing I guess I'll mention here today.
It deserves kind of its own, if you will, you know session or lecture or presentation. So forgive me for kind of mentioning it here in the second half of the lecture here tonight. But in the interest of maximizing our time and the opportunity to study the life of the prophets a lot, he said, I will go ahead and mention it here. One of the very remarkable incidents, or one of the most remarkable people on the neighborhood that is mentioned, even he Shang ram Allahu taala mentions this in his era. Similarly, even Kathy Rahim, Allahu taala, mentions it in his era as well, along with others, like even this hop
that on the neighborhood there was a woman by the name of Omar Omar
omo Amara Amara, her name was actually nusseibeh bins cab Alma Xenia la ceiba bins cab Alma Xenia Amazonia, she it's mentioned about her that she fought on the neighborhood. She actually fought on the neighborhood. And what is your story about her fighting on the neighborhood? That's Mossad who is the daughter of Sadiq nudura beer. She says that I went to go visit Omar Omar for Petula hi setaria holla
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beat up Bellini harbor Aki. Tell me about your life your experience your experiences for pilots, courage you are well under her. She says that on the day of boyhood I went out in the early part of the day when I'm little my esna on us. And I was watching what was going on in the battlefield. Well Maria see Caitlyn v Hema and I had a waterskin remember we talked about this, a shadow the Allahu taala and others. They had like these waterskin
Kind of like jugs of water, that they would provide water to the soldiers in the wounded particularly. So she said I similarly had a water container that I was carrying with me. Fantasia rasulillah he's a lot more feels heavy. So I came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
and he was with his companions
were don't let you were really Muslim in victory seem to be given to the Muslims at that time. Philemon has a Muslim own but when the tide turned, and the Muslims started to suffer defeat in the battlefield, in Hester Illa Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, my first thought the first thing that occurred to me was my mind raced to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam and I said, I gotta find him. And I found the prophets a lot easier to bash and I went out there and I stood in front of the profits, a lot of them ready to fight. What a boo boo, I'm gonna be safe. I got to add a sword in one hand, and I was fighting people off with the sword, defending the profits, a lot of the some
white army posts, and I then picked up a bow and arrow and I started to shoot people down with a bow and arrow, defending the prophets, Allah dcnm hasta la Santa jeera. Leah, she says until I was finally very badly injured. So Mossad who is asking him asking her about all of this, excuse me. She says for our h wa T, he had your hand at U of L Ah, hold on.
She said and I saw on her shoulder here, on like the shoulder here. I saw that she had a big wound, like a big a big size wound. And it was almost like it was almost like something was missing from there.
There was a big old wound on her shoulder here. And it was like it was like it was caved in. It's like something was missing, like a chunk of her body was missing. So just serious wound.
So she says well, Mossad says I asked more. Amara masaba kihavah Who did this to you? She said ignore coming up. Even though coming out was the same one. Think about how wretched this man is. He injured this woman so severely, he killed wasabi mermaid according to some of the narrations we went over earlier, and he was the one who also struck the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Think about wretched this man is. She says even though Kamiya and then she says Akuma hula. She said even though Tamia did this, and then on a play of words, she turned his name into kind of like a DA against him. She says upma hula may god humiliate him. She said la la, la la la Kabbalah. When people basically
started to, you know, kind of turn away from the profits a lot when we were finding them off. He came at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said deluna Allah Muhammad furlanetto to tell me or Muhammad is because Mohammed survives, I will not survive today. Father Otto, the who and our Masada nomade so she says myself and wasabi nomade jumped forward defending the profits a lot. So when asked me man Tabata murase A syllogism. And there were many other people who were also defending the profits, a lot of them for dharapani had a barber. He struck me with this very serious blow. Like he had this serious he injured me with this so severely, but she says, Well, I got
dropped to Allah Delica by robots, but I got in lots of hits in exchange for one of his hits. He got me once but I got him a bunch of times. Well, I can now do a lot in Canada later on. But she says that wretched man he was wearing not one but two layers of armor.
He says when he got me once it injured me and then I got a bunch of strikes on him. But the the wretched man I do a lot the enemy of God. He was wearing two layers of armor so I wasn't able to get through at him. But otherwise I had him. Right. So this is Omar, Amara, radi Allahu taala and her and she was amongst those people who defended the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
on that particular day. So I wanted to mention this as
kind of to to remember her love for the profits, a lot of them and the sacrifice that she made to defend the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on that day. And so inshallah we'll go ahead and end here. And then as I mentioned earlier, in the next session, we'll start to talk about
basically the end in the conclusion of the battle, and at which particular time as well.
go ahead and also talk about the, the burial of the Shahada I've heard as well. May Allah subhanaw taala. Grant Assad the ability to practice everything you said and heard, and May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to adorn our lives.
With the son of Muhammad Ali Salim, and May Allah subhanaw taala adorn our minds and hearts with the Sierra the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and May Allah Subhana Allah allow us to beautify our homes and our families by teaching them the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Subhana Allah He will be hungry he subhanak alone we Hambrick Nashville La ilaha illa Anta saphira cabana tabula