Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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you will have the love of salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah He was such big marine salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.
So hamdulillah I know that we've
had quite a bit of time off from the Sierra class, just due to travel in other things. So inshallah wanted to get started again today here in sha Allah. So we'll be starting with the we'll be continuing inshallah, with the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a sirata number via the prophetic biography. inshallah we'll be starting where we left off last time, just to kind of remember inshallah and recall exactly from where we left off. In the previous sessions, we were talking about the end of the third year of higit, on the end of the third year of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his residence in the city of Medina. And the, of course, the big major
event, that the third year of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or rather his residence in the city of Medina that it was
basically the big event that occurred at at that time was the Battle of boyhood. And so we had a very lengthy thorough discussion on the Battle of boyhood and everything that it entails. We also delved into and spoke about some of the aftermath of the bad neighborhood and what happened immediately thereafter. So inshallah here today we'll be starting off. With the fourth year of the profits a lot asylums residents in the city of Medina, sent out to overbearing, middle aged Latina, but we are the fourth year of digital. Now in the fourth year of digital in the very first month, of the fourth year of digital.
Many of the scholars of the CRR citizen wakeeney in his heart, and even Cathy Rahman Allahu taala they say that the beginning of the fourth year of his Rafi moharram minha cannot Syria to be selling martini glass. Acid Illa today hottel sad Fanta Illa in New pallulah who cotton that basically the first major event of the fourth year of digital was that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a group of Sahaba sent a group of companions under the leadership of Abu Salah, radi Allahu taala and who now in order to just kind of provide a little bit of a brief reminder exactly who is Abu Salah, Abu Salah, Marathi Allahu taala. And who is one of them Oh Ha Joon, which means
that he is a native of Makkah. He is a Moroccan Sahaba Moroccan Muslim. And not only that, but him and his wife, ooh, Salah, were amongst the first 40 people to accept Islam. So they are very, they are from the early ranks of the believers in the Muslims.
Abu Salah Marathi Allahu taala, on a personal level, is the foster brother, the milk brothers that are a brother of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they were both nursed by the same woman. And that was the woman's way but at the same time, Abu Salah Marathi Allahu taala, who along with his wife, they had migrated to Abba Samia previously, and they of course had the very famous and heartbreaking story of the difficulty that they suffered in trying to migrate from Mecca to Medina, which is very well known now. abou Santa Marta de la jolla anhu some of the scholars of the Sierra like Albay huffy and others have mentioned in their books in their accounts of the Sita that
Abu Salim Allah The Allahu taala on who he had passed away in the Battle of butter, and that is erroneous That is incorrect. Some also mentioned that he passed away in the Battle of boyhood, he was a Shaheed of the band The hood that is also incorrect and this is corrected by immigration.
theater hula hoops Allah who brings all these narrations together and basically proves and establishes the facts along with of course he mumble hottie, but I'm Allahu taala inescapable mirage. He also mentioned Abu Salah radi Allahu anhu in this campaign of Abu Salah in the fourth year of his law, which proves that Abu Salim I did not pass away in butter, nor was he killed in Ohio, but he lives through both of those battles. However, the one thing that is consistent is that Abu Salah was very seriously injured in the Battle of boyhood, he was very seriously in trouble what took place in the month of chawan as we talked about previously, the month after Ramadan, which
means that if now we're in hotter of the following year, it has been three months since the bad level hood even four months since about level hood. And Samarra, the Allahu taala anhu even though he had sustained a significant injury, he was injured in the shoulder and upper arm. He had a very bad wound here on his upper arm, but he's had three months to recover and heal, and he had been healing pretty well he had been doing very well recently. So there's a very detailed narration
that is mentioned here, that is narrated actually, by one of the narrations rather, is narrated by the son of Abu Salah himself one of the other children of Abu Salah he's and the narration says that Shahada Abu Salah offered for Judy had Johanna Allah Duda he he participated in the Brotherhood and he sustained a very serious injury in his upper arm for a farmer Sharon Buddha. For a month he was in bed and he was basically being treated and he was healing recovering from the Makana Helena Mahara mala, she comes in with a Latina Shara mineral ijarah when the month of Muharram came around, when the fourth year of his art came around, he was doing much much better for the Rasulullah
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets a lot of them called him and summoned him and he said, Oh, he had he said he forgot the esta mal to Cali ha, I need you to go with this group of people. Because I am appointing you as your leader. I need you to take leadership and lead this group of people waka della hula and the profits a lot of them gave him the flag in the banner wirkkala Syrah Tata tea urbani acid. And he said that basically go until you reach the place of blue acid for our for him and then engage the people that you will find there at the place of asset go and engage them over there.
We're also who we talked about lucky woman will be Amanda hoomin al muslimeen. And the prophets a lot of them told him to fear God, be very conscious of a law and to treat the people well that are going with you. Well cutter jamara houfy Touka SETI at home sooner when we are 150 people were given to him that he was leading in this group of people funtoo ha Isla de la Patton. So they reached a place near there will not only be an asset, there was a stream, where the people have been said will basically get their water. And over there. This is very interesting now, and I've talked about this numerous times to the point where it starts to seem a little redundant. But nevertheless, it's a
very important reminder, just in case maybe somebody doesn't recall or somebody hasn't necessarily maybe studied or listened to the previous sessions. that a lot of times a question comes up that we understand the level heard right and army shows up outside the doors of Medina. So you have to fight them, you have to defend yourself. But a lot of times in the orientalist analysis of the life of the prophets, a lot of the sentiment objection is repeatedly brought up that how do you go about explaining where the prophets a lot of these some sends out 150 Muslims to go to a place where there are some people but I said then go and attack them over there. That seems very aggressive,
unnecessarily aggressive, right? How do you go about and explaining that? And what our response always is, is that history, this shows a lack of knowledge and a lack of understanding of the circumstances of that time in that place. Because if you study the history and you take a look at the circumstances, the scenario, then you're able to find your answer. The proof is in the pudding. And so the books of history relate what kind of who NACA today how to study, or who Salama ignore who Elad blue acid over there, the people that were there, they had two leaders, the leader of the tribe is nameless to lay her sad. And along with him, the tribe was also led by his brother, whose
name was Selma, who ended so these two these two individuals to lay her and Selma, they were the sons of hated. They were the leaders of that tribe will put the Gemma Holman.
They had gathered there together they had gathered together over there and army
and army, another book
Cirrus has really,
not only from their own tribe, but they had reached out to neighboring tribes and they have collected together an army and they were camped out and they were training and preparing an army. And what was the purpose of this army member the acid, Li oxy do herban Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that they were hatching a plan that they were prepping themselves to attack Medina.
So an army was being built and trained and prepped in order to be able to go and attack Medina. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam due to receiving this intelligence and receiving this information, the profits a lot of them therefore as it what is the only you know, intelligence and the only really thing to do and that is the profits a lot from gathered together. 150 individuals play somebody that he had a great amount of trust in, not only in terms of like personally, but also spiritually had a lot of confidence in Abu Salah Abu Salah being a very senior veteran seasoned Sahabi of the of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam placed them placed 150 people under the leadership of
Abu salah and sent them there at that place to basically cut them off and deal with the problem before it arrived at their own doorstep for Jara Jolla Minami la
vaca, whoopee. Mata la, la la la, la. And in fact, the narration mentioned that one of the people have been to acid he himself had snuck out, had defected from the army have said he had come to Medina and informed the prophets a lot he said that look, I do not want trouble. I do not want war. I do not want problems. And my people are basically putting together an army to attack Medina. I thought I would come and inform you before this became a bigger issue and problem for Bertha mahu. About Salah Murphy said he had the and so the prophets a lot of them took that man gave Abu selama the army the small battalion and sent them and said go and deal with this issue in this problem.
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aka Danica Kula who Abu Salah, and when Abu Salim arrived with 150 people there, it served exactly that purpose. There wasn't any fighting. There wasn't any type of a battle. Because what was the intention? The intention is let's, you know, solve this issue before there's bloodshed when Abu Salah arrived with 150 people, that entire army scattered and dispersed because they weren't really ready, they weren't really prepared, maybe they weren't fully bought into what exactly was going on. They all dispersed, and they all fled and ran away. And he said we don't want any part of this. And what ended up happening was as they fled and they left, they left behind a lot of animals and camels
and horses and supplies. And so as is the norm and these types of scenarios, Abu Salah basically rounded all of this up and brought it back to Medina as what we call a NEMA spoils of war. And this was of course distributed by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in accordance with the Quranic dictate, where a fifth of it is kept for kept for the maintaining of the community, it is for public welfare and for public services. And then the other four, four fifths of it was distributed amongst the people who had basically taken part in this particular campaign.
So, however, at the conclusion that is basically the first major events that takes place here, the city of Abu selama
is the first major campaign that takes place in the fourth year of hedger. However, at the end of this story, even though it doesn't seem like it's very, very eventful. Nothing major happened but something major was averted, was avoided. However, there is something very sad at the conclusion of it. So as I was mentioning one of the Omar Omar who is the son of Abu Salah, Abu Salah had a son by the name of Omar, Omar, Abu Salim Salah. radi Allahu taala Anima says cannon lezzy Jarrah hubbie Abu Salah Alicia me, so my father who cinema was injured in the Battle of boyhood fuckathon up for battle for buddy. So he spent a month in on bed rest healing and recovering and he was able to get
better female Nara as far as we could tell. Well, Bertha Who? Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi sunfilled moharram Yeah, and even Sen. urba Ilakaka, the prophets a lot he some sentiment the head of this campaign in the fourth year in Muharram, the beginning of the fourth year. For baba baba Asha wrote a letter and they were gone for about 1012 days. They were gone for about two weeks at the most for the medallion Medina when they came back and nothing no battle, no fighting, nothing had taken place. But that's why he says that he had healed as far as we could see.
You know, unknown to anyone else unexpected by anyone. What ended up happening was fellow Madeleine Medina in other Intifada de jure who, who? his wound opened back up, as is the nature of travel in Germany and maybe, you know, he physically might have strained himself a little bit. And so the wound started to fester and became infected and started to come back. From it Lisa lathan Bettina, Manju model oola.
And what ended up happening was his son says that my father Abou selama, so if he went in the beginning of the month of Muharram, and they came back about two weeks later in the middle of the month of Muharram. Then suffer robiola wallaby author ninja model oola that basically three or four months later, at the end of the month of June model oola, four months later, my father ended up passing away Abu Salah, due to that same wound.
Apparently it had not fully healed and so four months after coming back from this journey, it only got worse. And he ended up passing away. And he then goes on to mention one attempt that only had to Khalid are about to actually watch on. And then my mother observed the morning and waiting period that is mandated within the Quran for a widow which is four months in 10 days in sort of tillbaka it states is my mother observed that particular period, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, married my mother at the end of the month of chawan. He married my mother at the end of the month of chawan.
And I'm going to he just quotes his mother here very interesting leases for kinda Tomita pool. My mother used to say, pre islamically pre Islamic Lee there was a superstition that the Arabs had that you should not get married in the month of chawan. That it is quote unquote bad luck to get married in the month of chawan, which is ridiculous is preposterous. And so my mother who Selma, the wife of the prophets, a lot of the some of the mother of the believers such a remarkable woman. She used to say she used to tell people that my bathroom vinegary Fisher wildewood the whole fee. There's nothing wrong with getting married in the month of chawan. And having a family in the month of
chawan fucka dedza Gianni Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salaatu wa sahbihi because the Prophet myself in the profits, a lot of the sudden we were married in the month of show while and we began to live together in the month of show while as well. And then also Selma herself he goes on to say at the end of this narration, my mother almost mama she passed away in the month of villacorta in the year 59 after higit on so she lived for quite some time afterwards. And in sha Allah. I just wanted to mention it here because it's a part of that same narration from the sun. However, we will talk about the marriage of the prophets allow the sun to the mother of the believers and will selama when we
reach that particular point later in our study of the fourth year of his job, when we reached the month of sha Allah inshallah, we'll come back to it at that time. The one thing I wanted to point out since we're on the topic of Abu Salah Mara the Allahu taala angle, there's a little bit of a discussion or a disagreement amongst the scholars of Sita. When did Abu Salah pass away? Some scholars have mentioned such as a llama Bay hockey and others have mentioned that he passed away in the month of jamaludin aha Jamal aphylla. And the reason why that is inaccurate is because one thing that we do have confirmed is that the prophets Allah is a married woman, Selma in the month of
chawan. And if he passed away in the month of jumada laughter, then that would not leave enough time for the ADA for months in 10 days. So that proves the fact that the narration of NYPD and even his heart is more correct, that Abu Salah passed away in the month of June model oola. Just a little bit of a discussion in terms of technicality. That was a month of Muharram that abou sama letter campaign, no, you know, a major crisis was averted. A major crisis was averted by pre empting the attack from but who said and hamdulillah a lot of lives were saved in Abu Salah, Marathi Allahu taala, and who himself. He became further ill during this time, unfortunately, and then he passed
away a few months later, in the following month, the month of suffering. Another very important event takes place I'd like to address and talk about today.
This event is known as Raja
Raja which means the campaign of arogya. Now why is it called arogya arogya is the name of a place that is near the area of or spawn
or as fun is a place that is 80 kilometers
80 kilometers outside of Mecca, on the road between Medina and Mecca. So on the road that goes from Medina to Makkah, the very popular route that most people used to use at that time from Mecca to Medina. On the way there was a spot called or span. And what was notable about this particular spot is that at this spot, there was a fork in the road. So it was kind of like a mixmaster, or an intersection, where two major pathways or travel thoroughfare, fares would basically intersect with one another, that the road from thought if and the road from Makkah would meet would join together at the place of Islam. And from there you had the road that would go to Medina.
And so as fun was that notable place, about seven to eight miles from the place of fun, there was a small little spots called arogya.
And so there are two popular narrations about the Conservatory, Roger, this is again, I'm going to kind of mention this here at the beginning. So then we can get into the actual narrative of the story. This is kind of the technical history part of the discussion, the academic part of it, if you will. So it's a little technical, but bear with me and shall I'll try to explain the best I can. There are two popular narrations about this campaign because we're talking about here. One is mentioned by Imam Bukhari. Rahim Allahu taala Anissa here,
which means it's completely authentic. There's no doubting it. And we are similarly are not going to have any issue with that.
However, the narration of Imam Bukhari Rahim, Allahu taala, does not mention certain elements of the story.
And that's why it's very important for us to take a look at the second popular narration about his word third year. And that second popular narration is mentioned by urbanists hop Rahim, Allahu taala, the great historian and scholar of the Sierra
and even casita, Allahu taala. Here, he actually brings both narrations and he analyzes them. And he mentions here that what we're going to do is we're going to take some extra details and a little bit more context, from the narration of him in his heart. And he says that this is not to undermine the mumble hotties narration at all.
But at the same time somebody should not only really mumble hotties narration and feel in his hocks narration is superfluous. That it is not necessary. And then Emma even cathedra hola which Allah qualifies, even as harks position when it comes to the science of the Syrah. He says that in his heart, Mr. Murphy has the shot.
Just like you man Buhari is the Imam of Hadith,
and Hadith authenticity. In his heart is the Imam of Sierra.
Even his heart is the Imam of Sierra. He says, well, Hayden modaf here mudaraba and he says in his heart should never be undermined, or never be undervalued. what he has to say about the cedar on the life of the prophet SAW Selim, and he quotes you Mama, Chef Harry Rahim. Allahu taala. He says, come upon a chef. You're either gonna love with Allah, man. Maha Xia, for who are Yana Allah Mohammed igneous, Huck. He said, Whoever wants to study the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is forever indebted to him in his heart.
If you want to study the seed or the life of the prophets, awesome, you are indebted to be honest. It would not have been possible for you to study the Sierra the way you're able to without Urbanus Hawk. And that goes for all of us.
So that's where we look at the narration of him in his heart. And so what what we're going to do what if you can theater, Allahu taala does as well in his analysis, is that we're going to piece both of these narrations together. And that way, we're not only going to have the content
of the incidents from Imam Bukhari Rahim, Allahu taala. But we're also going to get the context of the incidents from urbanest Rahmatullah era. So when we take a look at the whole story, when we piece all of it together, what do we exactly find? What we find is that Kadima, Rasulullah hisle Addis Ababa hood Bharata minable. Well, para, there are a couple of tribes that were known as the Oberlin para, they came to see the profits, a lot of them after the Battle of warford, right in the month of suffer in the fourth year of hegira. So this is about, you know, five months after the battle.
All that transpired, this group came to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And when they came to see the prophets a lot of they said yeah Rasul Allah, in the phenol Islamic.
People in our tribe have begun to accept Islam. People amongst us are gravitating towards Islam for Basma Nana for Amina sabich. So please send with us a few of your companions, you fuck the hoonah nafi Dean, where you una where you are in the moon and ashara Islam, that they can give us the understanding of the religion. They can help us read properly The Book of Allah, and they can start teaching us the rules and regulations of the religion. We need teachers basically what he said what they're saying is, send us a delegation of teachers.
For bosasa lice allottee sama, hoonah foreign city 10 minutes happy. The profits a lot in some sense, six people with them. Who were those six people even these have mentioned them by name, Martha, Abbey method Allah HaNavi
number two was Holly bouquet la lazy. Number three is awesome. Even sabbat ebina be UCLA.
Number four is Habib ignore ID.
Number five is a W delphina.
And number six is Abdullah IGNOU Tarik.
So these are the six individuals that were sent. Okay. mfat
Khalid azim who babe Zaid and Abdullah Tarik radi Allahu taala. And these six companions were sent to go as teachers as dealt as a delegation from the profits of lobbyists and from Medina to go and not only further spread Islam in that community, but also start to teach Islam to the people accepting Islam within that community.
And so they leave with the people until they reached a place of arogya. Now again, what was the place of arogya, Martin Lee, who they will be now here today, just there was a stream or a river that was over there. It was like a watering hole, that people on this road on this journey, like what we call a rest area by the side of the highway, people would stop over over here. So they reached this particular place where there was water where travelers would stop for stessa, who Allah him who they learned.
And for them euro Mojave rihani him in a regional bathing suit.
And before they realize before they could realize what was going on these people this delegation that are coming to Medina and Brock, these six individuals, they had some people already waiting there at the place at that rest area to ambush them. And when they arrived there before the sixth haba could even realize what was going on.
They got ambushed. And they saw and they were completely surrounded by people with swords in their hands completely armed, basically pointing swords at them. They had been ambushed. And they had been surrounded.
Welcome so they all pulled out their own swords and weapons that they said basically, this is it. We have to go now. We have to fight defend ourselves.
But those people that delegation that had come in now we realized that they were lying. They have deceived them. And they have brought them here. They said to them that in our lucky man we do not know so
we don't want to kill you.
We don't want to kill you. When I can now norito and Lucy become b b and Lucy Bobby come shake and minashi maka, rather we're going to capture you take you to Makkah to receive reward money for having delivered you to the muffins because there were people who had
basically targeted certain Sahaba and individuals
or just in general wanted to basically acquire some of the Sahaba to seek vengeance on behalf of maybe fallen relatives, family members comrades, you know, during the battles of but that interfered. So he said we don't want to kill you. We haven't brought you out here to basically massacre you. But we're only going to take you to McCann hand you over to the mccanns so this doesn't have to get messy here. If you don't want it to
when I can ask to like you or me thokku Allah Nakula come but we swear to God, we will not kill you for a holiday or ask him for Kahlua lucky Nana, min Masha, Allah Arkadin, Abba, but
murfin Khalid and acid, three of the six, they said we're not going to trust you. You already lied in Medina, to the face of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam saying now you were taking us to, you know, teach in your community and help spread Islam. You've proved yourself to be liars. Why should we listen to anything you have to think?
So we don't trust you. And awesome. One of the third of the three, he spoke, you know, he basically said a few couplets. He said a few words at this time, very profound, very beautiful. He says ma ala t what an agenda Naboo we'll also see how what Ron abbulu
to Zillow and self hating helma Avi Lu, l know to happen well higher to bat a Lew Rockwell, Luma Hamel, Ilona, Zillow, Bill Murray will Maru la ilam Oh, cartel calm for me habido he says that, what is wrong with me while I am still strong and able capable, and I still have arrows in my quiver, meaning I have a sword in my hand, that I would not fight you. When death is a reality in this life is nothing but a lie. Whatever God has decreed will transpire. And every single person is eventually going to go back to Allah. So if I don't if I don't end up fighting you today, then my mother raised a useless man.
If I don't end up fighting you today, then my mother raised a useless man.
And saying this,
the three Sahaba
mirtha Khalid and ask him basically jumped forward to fight them, and all three of them from Apache law taco De La Cucina, Samba who they all three of them, they were died, they were killed, they died.
And so they were Shaheed
The interesting thing is this now, for llama, cucina awesome, a rabbit who they see he, when the arson was killed,
you know, they. So this is kind of telling this story or story a little bit forward. But let me explain the context. So Martha Khalid and asked him, they fight until they're killed.
The other three remain,
the other three remain. And the other three basically are mentioned in just a minute what ends up happening with them, but they deal with the other three, after they're done dealing with the other three.
Some of the people who had basically brought the Sahaba here for reward money, one of them needed to when to go find the body of awesome
where he had fallen, because awesome, specifically was named by a woman in Makkah, who said that she wanted awesome, dead or alive, and she was willing to pay.
And she had taken an oath on one of the idols, because awesome, had killed her brother and her father in one of the battles. So she had taken an oath that I want to ask him dead or alive. And when I get him, I'm going to drink wine out of his skull.
I'm going to drink wine out of his skull.
And so one of the people who was specifically hired by her, and promised a lot of money by her to bring, even if he dies, even if he refuses to come, at least bring me his head.
So he goes back to find the body of acid.
When he goes back to the site where the fighting had occurred, to look for the body of awesome and he tries to approach it. The narration says
that, from an eye to a double,
from an ad to a double that a cloud of Hornets
and the entire cloud of Hornets was hovering over his body. very dense cloud of Hornets was hovering over body, not on his body, because it goes against the dignity of the Shaheed. But it was hovering right over his body, almost protecting, like providing like a protective cloud over his body. But it was so many Hornets, and so scary that nobody would dare go near to the body.
So they go there as close as they can get without getting stung by the Hornets. And they just stood there and waited and waited and threw rocks or whatever. But the Hornets would not break would not leave
until they finally left. But one of the individuals who really wanted that reward money. He said that Okay, I'm gonna go ahead and leave, you know, leave for a little bit, but I'll come back
I can check later that eventually these insects they have to go.
And that night the narrations mentioned that it started raining, and it started raining so hard that the whole area flooded.
And when they came back in the morning The next day, and after the water receded, they looked in the body was nowhere to be found.
So Allah subhanaw taala miraculously protected the body of acid from being defiled from being violated. First through the means of those warnings. And secondly, by sending a flood in rain, to basically wash away the body to wherever our last panelist Allah knows best, but his body was protected. So this is one of the miraculous occurrences of cosmetology are
the three that remain now let's get back to their story. So who babe Zaid and Abdullah even thought of
all three of them, they basically lay down their weapons, they have them surrounded now. They lay down their weapons, and they capture them and they start taking them back to Mecca.
A little while after they
Excuse me, I forgot to mention something about this.
The story of awesome how his body was protected by Allah subhanho wa Taala Amara, the Allahu taala and when he was told about this entire incident, he used to say if I can have honorable katabi abou Hina Bella who Anna Deborah mana to when he was told this story he used to say yeah, for the lacuna abdomen.
God will always protect the believer in life and in depth. Think about what that means when somebody is dead.
They're defenseless, right, a dead body is defenseless.
But almoradi Allahu talana uses a God always defends a believer, and he always protects the believer. So as I was saying that they tie up the remaining three of them, and they start making their way back to Mecca. A little while after they start heading back to Makkah, Abdullah bin Tarik. He gets one of his hands out from the ropes that he's tied up in.
And he grabs the sword of one of his captives. And he starts basically trying to
free himself trying to escape. And unfortunately, one of the individuals he grabs picks up a big old rock, and he comes up from behind Abdullah in particular the Allahu Talon when he smashes them over the head with it, and he kills him.
Or the Allahu Allah Allah so he will Shaheed
so Abdullah bin Tarik has also Shahid four out of the six have fallen,
now only to remain who mavens aid, radi Allahu taala and Houma.
They are taken back to Makkah. Now when they're taken back to Makkah, their stories are very remarkable, very touching about their devotion and their dedication and their commitment and sincerity and the mind. They're really models of faith and belief. So
as for both of their stories, who babe was purchased by who Jade been a big hub
and because a boo
hoo, Jade, even a big hub, where can I have a wholehearted enamelling
because basically his brother was killed in the Battle of
brotherhood, I don't recall. But his brother was killed in one of the battles and so he wanted revenge for his brother so he purchases who babe gives reward money for debate and he purchases Kool Aid. Zaid radi Allahu talana jw designa Safar Mejia purchase him on behalf to again out of vengeance and revenge for his father. So finally, even omega his father omega was killed in the Battle of button so he wanted revenge for his father. So he ends up purchasing Zaid, radi Allahu taala. And now after purchasing them, they're held captive for some time. And then after being held captive for a certain amount of time, they are then both executed. But there is very remarkable stories about
Zayn radi Allahu taala, on who he said about him that they held him captive for a certain amount of time. But it was a month that were known as basically I showed him and also the harem area, the area around the GABA Macau was considered sacred, a sacred place even by the machete goon so they didn't want to kill him inside the home territory. So they took him out to dinner at
outside of the home territory is basically where we go also to put on the wrong when you already McCain, you want to put on your head on to come back in and do a second camera for instance, then you go out to eat and so they took him out to tender him but they made it a huge event in the congregated a huge amount of people to witness the public execution of Zaid in revenge for his father
abuse of Yana the Allahu taala and who was present there at this public execution. Now abuse of young would become Muslim later on at the conquest of Makkah. Fatima is a Muslim now, though, he was present at this execution. So Abu sufian when they stand up, say it in front of the people, abusive young screams out to him from the crowd and says to him, and should you come back?
I asked you to say this in front of God say this as God with God as your witness, meaning speak the truth. I give you an oath of God, to tell me the truth to Hebrew and the Mohammedan in denial and mecanica nabriva an otaku and McAfee Alec?
Would you accept the trade? Would you like that Mohammed would be in your place right now?
At the end of the day, this is all happening to you because of Mohammed from the mushriks perspective, from the novices perspective, they don't understand. Right, what a man is. So he's saying, look, all of this is happening to you because of Mohammed. What would you like? Would you like that Mohammed to be in your place right now? And we would execute him in selling you and you would be at home with your family safe and sound in the arms of your loved ones? Would you take that trade?
And Zaid responds, he says we're lucky. I swear to God, ma Hippo Anna Mohammedan.
Fie. makani Hilda de who are fee to Cebu shoka to a to z, one knee jellison fee.
He says you asked me if I would take the trade of me being at home with my family and the prophets. A lot of them would be here in my place being executed. I would not trade my place.
I would not take the trade of me being at home with my family and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam would be wherever he is right now and will be pricked by a thorn.
You want to know if I would trade the life of the president for my life. I would not trade a thorn in the foot of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam for my life.
Do you even understand what you're talking who you're talking to? And what you're talking about?
And abou Sophia sufian says at that time, Mara hmm and nasty. I hadn't you Hippo Haydn. gahoo be as hobby Mohamed Mohammedan so holla sometimes even a non Muslim said something so profound.
He says that I have never seen any human being love another human being as much as the companions of Muhammad love Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam had never seen
and then a man by the name of Mr. Voss, he basically stood up and then he killed Zaid radi Allahu taala and who, who was Shaheed
similarly, who obeyed radi Allahu taala and who the other individual who was captured and sold off to somebody who wanted to avenge the death of his brother.
He was kept as a prisoner for a certain amount of time.
As he was kept prisoner for a certain amount of time, something very interesting was that there were Muslims in Mecca, there were some Muslims in Makkah, who are not able to escape Makkah and get to Medina, because of the danger.
And so they were living in Mecca, basically with their Islam, you know, hidden,
they were secretly Muslim. And this was a concession that was provided to them, by Allah subhanaw taala in the Quran.
So one of these, especially if they were oppressed people, one of these individuals was a slave woman
in the home
of in the home of who Jade been a big hub,
the same individual who had purchased and held who obey what are the Allahu taala no captive, one of his slave women. One of the servants in his home was secretly a Muslim,
and she says that cannot obey Him in the Hopi Sufi Beatty. He was kept as a prisoner in the same home where I used to serve where I used to work for NACA tala tala Yeoman, she says so I used to quietly here and there find moments and opportunities
To check on him, kind of take a look at him.
See what was going on with him. And she says one day at night after everybody had turned in, I snuck out of my quarters and went to where they were holding him captive in the cell to go take a peek to take a look see how he was if he was doing okay, what nephila de la, familia Mithra Raja Raja camino
she says Subhana Allah, he was sitting there inside of his cell, holding a bunch of grapes.
And the bunch of grapes was so huge, was so big. That it was as big as the head of a human being the head of a man at this many grapes. He was sitting there holding it in his hand, and he was eating Grapes. Grapes were considered a delicacy. Very expensive, very valuable. Well, my movie delay here in a minute. And at that time, in all of MCI, in all of that area, no grapes were available, but he was sitting there with a huge bunch of grapes eating grapes.
So this is basically the situation of Habib, but then a very remarkable story that transpires here with Habib, radi Allahu taala. And who is that when the time of his execution came near, when they were going to gather people together and execute him, they wanted to make a spectacle of this. So they had put out an announcement on this, this day, we're going to execute him. So who are the Allahu taala and who knew he was informed that this is the day that they're going to execute you? So he requested somebody in the home that I'm going back to meet my Creator.
Can somebody give me a blade?
Can somebody give me a blade so that I can you know, kind of clean myself up,
remove you know, the hair that needs to be removed for the hotter purposes, and shower and bathe and being clean thyroid condition as I go to meet my Lord, my master Allah.
So there are two narrations here, one of them mentioned that somebody gave him a blade, and then one of the children in the home came wandering over. You know, like toddlers, little kids came wandering over to Habib and sat down in his lap as he was holding a blade, one of the narrations mentioned that like almost like in the hustler,
the Allahu talanoa been such a, you know, like he hadn't caused a ruckus, he wasn't very problematic. They're almost like, you know, out of just not expecting any trouble.
You know, without thinking one of the women in the home, handed the blade to a child, and said, Go give it to him.
And when he came to give the blade to Kobe, Buddha, the Allahu taala, anhu. And then the other version of the story when the child came near him, at that moment,
the woman and some of the household members realize, Oh, no,
he's our prisoner. We just announced, we're going to execute him.
And he has a blade, and one of our children is near him.
And they started screaming panic. Whoa, no, no, no.
They started to freak out, what is he going to do?
And how they brought the Allahu taala? And who hears the commotion?
And he looks at them. And he says, mother Senado?
Like, he says that, what do you think I'm going to do?
What do you think I'm going to do? Do you actually think that I would harm this child?
I would harm this child. Do you think I would do that?
He says that law, he says that if I would harm this child, then I would do my own soul.
You don't understand who we are, and what we're about. You don't understand where we're coming from?
Why would I ever harm this child? What is this child done to me? I would destroy myself if I would have harmed this child.
And the child gets up and walks away.
Now they come to get hold of a bit of the Allahu taala and who and they take him out similarly to the place of dinner in and they basically intend to hang him over there. Before they hang him who they brought the Allahu taala and who asked them, he says enroll them into their only hatanaka aka Jamie falou. He says that if you will allow me, allow me to pray before you kill me.
So they say okay, fine, do like Africa. Go do whatever it is that you want to do.
fora caraka Jamie Sonoma, he prayed to the cause in which he talked to a lot spanaway China. And then he turned around and he face to people and he said, I'm our lucky Lola and Tabu and Minamata well to JSON mineral cotton, that if you would not blame me and accuse me that I was lengthening my prayer because I was afraid of dying, or I was trying to delay my execution. Let's take 30 minute Salah I would have prayed even more because the sweetness and the the connection that I just felt in my prayer to Allah subhanaw taala was unmatched was remarkable.
And discolors mentioned over here for kind of Habib Wellman center hottinger Raka Dini in the locazione muslimeen Kobe was the first one to create this practice this tradition of praying to the gods before somebody meets her faces their death. And some of the scholars go as far as calling this asuna because the prophets a lot he said them was informed about who they did, that he prayed to, because before dying before being executed, and the Prophet system approved of what he did, and that basically inaccurate as a Sunnah. That institutionalizes as a Sunnah. And then after they did that, and they took him up there to execute him who babe says, a llama in Napa Laguna de salata, Rasul
Nicola, we have delivered the message of your messenger for believable data my use now Urbina. So please deliver to our messenger what has transpired with us
and basically with that, they executed Kobe but of the Allahu talana. They killed him rhodiola Catalano new shade. The narrations mentioned the Sahaba say that the Sahaba who were present with the prophets a lot of the time when the Allahu talana was executed the profits a lot he said them and Wednesday Wednesday them Kobe boom both of them were executed. at both instances the profits a lot of them said while a como Salam aleikum wa salam Jacobi, he responded in return their salon, their salon was delivered to the profits a lot excellent. And the Profit System informed the Sahaba they didn't obey but or the Allahu taala and Houma were just executed, that they were just killed.
So this is the incident of Torah dear.
And inshallah we'll go ahead and conclude with this. The last thing that all mentioned here, in light of what we've talked about here today is that
there's a very interesting incident or Marathi Allahu taala and who appointed a Sahabi in charge of some of the areas of Bella Duchamp. His name was Sarah Ahmed, radi Allahu Allahu anhu. And some of the people brought a complaint about sorry, bin Ahmed are the Allahu anhu saying that he's good, but we feel like he might not be fit to serve the position you've put him in, because he becomes unconscious. Sometimes you'll be sitting in a gathering and he just becomes unconscious. Like he'll think we feel he might have health issues. So he might not be it might not be okay for him to put so much pressure on him. So I'm gonna have the Allahu taala who summoned him and he asked sorry, bin
Ahmed, what what's going on with you? What's the issue? What's the problem? He said, Well, I'm not meaning mabie min bass, I swear or meter meaning I am not ill I am not sick. Well, I can equal to Freeman Hodder obey the law de Hina Patel, I was present in the audience, when he obeyed the Allahu taala and who was executed,
was submitted to our to who? And I remember his two eyes and what he said and how he was killed. And whenever I'm sitting sometimes, and I remember the death of Habib, and the fact that I was present there as his great man was executed. I become so overwhelmed that I think
because I fear Allah subhanaw taala that I was present there.
Kind of cheering on the death of such a great man.
And at this moment of the Allahu taala and who said that not only is he fit to serve, but Amaro the Allahu taala, who said Mancera who and young virological in the CG what he found the Unreal so he didn't arm it. He said, Whoever wants to see a very unique and amazing individual should look at sorry, bin Ahmed, for the Allahu talana. So in sha Allah. With this, we'll go ahead and conclude your time for Salatin arratia and inshallah we'll continue with the study of the life of the prophet SAW Selim in the coming sessions. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard so Hanalei Bay from the Eastern Front column,