Seerah 131 – A Study Of Surah Ahzab

Abdul Nasir Jangda


Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda


File Size: 25.00MB

Share Page
AI generated text may display inaccurate or offensive information that doesn’t represent Muslim Central's views. Therefore, no part of this transcript may be copied or referenced or transmitted in any way whatsoever.

AI Generated Summary ©

The segment discusses the history and meaning of the title of the book of Allah Surah 33, which is the title of the first book of the Bible. The title is a depiction of the prophets and their experiences, and the segment also mentions a session on January the fifth to discuss the title and its meaning. The segment also touches on the idea of the title and its meaning, and provides information on the meaning of the title and its meaning.

AI Generated Transcript ©

00:00:01--> 00:00:46

In these podcasts, we uncover one chapter after another from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in an attempt to learn about him, love him and 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 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, their mercy to mankind, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa

00:00:46--> 00:00:52

sallam go to Sierra to register and for more information.

00:00:55--> 00:01:00

Similar he was Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah well Allah Allah He will be He is married.

00:01:03--> 00:01:10

inshallah continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a si Latina but we are the prophetic biography

00:01:13--> 00:01:54

excuse me, just have to get the microphone on. So inshallah, as I was saying, continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a sirata number we are the prophetic biography. In the last few sessions, we've been discussing the hospital exam, also known as hospital hudec, the Battle of the trench or the battle against the allied armies. And in the previous session, we concluded our discussion overall of the battle and then of the incident that occurred immediately following it, which is known as the incident or the situation involving binuclear Eva, the tribe of venoco radar. What we're going to talk about today is two things, two things that we're

00:01:54--> 00:02:40

going to talk about today inshallah and focus on. The first is kind of a supplementary discussion to the Battle of the trench. And also the incidence of binocular radar. And that is the passing of saben was rotting Allahu taala. On who. And then the second thing that we will do is, as I alluded to, earlier, at the beginning of our discussion about the Battle of the trench, is that the Battle of the trench, much like the Battle of butter, we also have the Battle of boyhood, there are significant sections of the Quran that are addressing that particular situation and what transpired and what occurred at that time. So similarly, like we talked about Sudoku and fowl, when discussing

00:02:40--> 00:03:07

the Battle of blood that we discussed Sudoku hash, and we went through the pseudo itself, when we were discussing the situation, but no, no dude, when discussing the Battle of the trench, and afterwards, the Battle of Bunker radar, we are the passage of the Quran that is relevant to those particular incidents is a section from the beginning of surah number 33 pseudo exam, and you can see the connection in the name of the sutra

00:03:08--> 00:03:49

that sort of zap the surah, about the allied armies that attack the city of Medina. So the sutra is named after the sutra addressing in the beginning, very eloquently, very powerfully, very conclusively addressing that situation. So inshallah, at the conclusion what I like to do here, in our study of the seed of the prophets, a lot of humans, of course, incorporate, you know, ions and Sutras, different sections of the Quran that are relevant to those particular incidents. But when it comes to extended passages, addressing major events, from the life of the prophets a lot, extend them, what my preference is to actually go through the entirety of the events, study the event in

00:03:49--> 00:04:20

detail. And that gives us a very good understanding of the history, the context the situation, and then we will go through the actual versus the IOD and you'll be able to see how beautifully Allah subhanaw taala has addressed that entire scenario within the Quran within the book of Allah itself. So that will be the second thing that we'll study and we'll kind of conclude our discussion about this major event from the fifth year of higit, or the fifth year of the prophets a lot he sums residence in Medina, that's what the lendup, also known as.

00:04:22--> 00:05:00

But what we're going to talk about here first is something that was a consequence and a result of this entire situation. And that was the passing of sad been more either the Allahu taala and who now saben was radi Allahu taala. And who is one of the foremost companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a little bit of brief history about him and we've actually talked about him previously in our study of this era as well, that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam migrated when he performed the hedgerow and he arrived in the city of Medina, prior to the prophet to Luddism, coming to the city of Medina, there was a group of Muslims who

00:05:00--> 00:05:19

had come to McCarthy had accepted Islam in the season of Hajj and they had gone back and they had requested the prophets allowed him to send with them a you know some teachers and some preachers to help continue to spread the message of Islam and also teach Islam to them people who had already accepted the religion.

00:05:20--> 00:05:57

So in that particular situation the prophets a lot of them had sent to people Musab bin or made de Allahu Jelani, the young, very dynamic preacher, and student of the prophets of cinema Sahaba, Companion of the Prophet. And the second individual that he had sent was Abdullah bin Maktoum, and more elder companions of the Prophet SAW Selim, who was also later on, would be one of the more admins, which means one of the individuals who would make the call to prayer, and he also was blind. He was a little bit elder, a little bit senior. And so the prophets, a lot of them had sent these two individuals to go and help the spread in these of Islam and the establishment of a community in

00:05:57--> 00:06:17

this small town yesterday that would eventually become the blessing city of Medina. So there's a particular incident that we talked about at that particular time where when they when wasabi no matter the Allahu talana was going and preaching and people were coming in droves, and they were accepting Islam and listening to him and interacting with him that

00:06:18--> 00:06:57

one of the leaders of the community in that area whose name was Saad Saad bin was not the Allahu talanoa. And another leader by the name of Hussein had been laid. They were a little initially perturbed. They said, you know, who is this person who's coming and, you know, causing people to accept the different religion and changing things in our city. And they went in, they confronted him, and along with his host, who was another leader of the Medina, and community as I've been surah, they confronted them and they said, you know, we don't think this is right. And so most of the nomade or the Allahu Jelani very calmly and intelligently, you know, presented,

00:06:58--> 00:07:37

he made a proposal. And the proposal was that why don't you Please have a seat, sit with us listen to the message that I have to share. If you like it, you can accept it, and we'll go forward from there. And if you do not like it, if you are upset by it, then we then I will leave you alone. And then we'll we'll settle the situation. So sobbing will either the Allahu taala, who sat down with him and some of the people that were present there said that before the conversation was over, we from his face could already tell that he had basically come over to Islam, he had been convinced. And as soon as he

00:07:38--> 00:08:21

was happy, no man was done preaching to him. So I've been watching how does somebody entered this religion? And he explained to him about the process of accepting Islam, and he accepted Islam then in there, and he went back to his entire tribe gathered and collected them all together and said, What is my position amongst you? And they said, you're a leader. You're one of our most intelligent, sophisticated, you know, mature individuals, and we trust you, we follow you. So he said, Well, if that's the case, that then I have accepted Islam, this is the message. And I will not speak to anyone unless they have also accepted this message. And he presented the message in the entirety of

00:08:21--> 00:08:55

the tribe, minus an individual, basically accepted as nominee in the narration says even that one individual, a couple of years later, a few years later went under of accepting Islam. So so I've been more odd was that type of a confident, devoted and dedicated leader. And he was he himself accepted Islam, after hearing the Quran in a message of Islam. And he convinced the entirety of his tribe to accept Islam as well. It doesn't only stop there, but Tobin was was the very vocal leader of the Medina Muslims. At the time of the Battle of Baghdad, this is also another place where we mentioned him and we talked about him

00:08:56--> 00:09:30

that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked them, because the Medina Muslims by agreement, were not obligated to go and participate in the battle. And he asked them, What do you think about joining us in the Battle of butter? What is your opinion on this situation? And so I've been what are these stood up and he said, O Messenger of God, we would follow you to the ends of the earth. And even if you went beyond the ends of the earth, we would go there with you. We have believed in you, we have followed you and we are with you till the very end. And he spoke with such conviction and loyalty and dedication. The prophets Nelson was so overjoyed, so happy at his

00:09:30--> 00:09:59

response. And so I've been was was that type of an inspirational, devoted, dedicated follower of the prophets, a lot of these and leader of his people in following the prophets a lot. He said, I'm in following the religion of Islam. So so I've been wild was an amazing person. And as we read about and I'll kind of reiterate here, in the Battle of the trench in the hospital as a sub sub in MMA, there was an individual headband, even allarakha, who was from the side of the army that had come to attack the

00:10:00--> 00:10:40

Muslims, he had launched an arrow across the trench. And that ended up striking Subin was in a way where it nicked, you know, injured it causes a very serious wound and and ended up injuring and you know, causing a bleed from one of his arteries. And he was bleeding out excessively, the prophets, a lot of them himself tended to him and basically tried to cauterize the wound and stop the bleeding. And it had stopped for some time, but is it become infected and he was still very, very sick and very ill the profits a lot he someone had a tent established, placed in the mustard for him and appointed people to look after him and take care of him around the clock. And for a couple of more

00:10:40--> 00:11:20

weeks, while the Battle of the trench persisted Southern wire through the Allahu taala. And he was still recovering from, you know, his injury and his wounds. And especially when the nuclear radar, you know, had stabbed the Muslims in the back and violated the Constitution, and basically presented a huge danger to the Muslims from behind, you know, their own ranks. Sadly, more either the Lakota language may do a lot that or a lot do not allow me to leave this world until the situation of xop. And the situation of an operator has been resolved. So he's specifically made to Allah to Allah that Allah allow me enough life to see an end to this entire very tragic situation.

00:11:21--> 00:11:59

And so we discussed previously that ultimately, it did come down to that, that there are two narrations, as we talked about when narration says that the binocular Ava eventually surrendered to the profits, a lot of generation says they specifically stipulated that we will surrender if saben was will be allowed to be the judge in our situation. And he offered the judgment as we discussed previously, and that was carried out in the profits, a lot of them expressed to him that that was what you decided what you concluded, was exactly the decree in the decision of God from above the seven heavens. And so this was the, the situation that's happening was was involved in and it

00:11:59--> 00:12:14

basically mentions the books of cedaw. Some of the historians like given his Hakan Eben casita and others, they say that the Azov the allied armies had arrived outside Medina, in the month of chawan, in the fifth year of hijra in the month of chawan,

00:12:15--> 00:13:02

which is the 10th month of the Islamic calendar, or the lunar calendar, right. And they stayed there for about 25 days, nearly a month. So they ended up leaving towards the middle of the middle, or rather, excuse me towards the end, or excuse me, sorry, towards the middle of the month of fukada. They left in the middle of the month of lucado. After that the prophets Allah Islam and the Muslims laid siege to benaco Reva, which also lasted for about 20 days. All right, so that seeds finally ended and concluded in the month of June. And that's when something more odd was able to make that decision and offer that conclusion. And it said that shortly thereafter, some mentioned even the

00:13:02--> 00:13:37

next day or a day or two later, Subin was he passed away. Alright, so he passed away in the month of the Ninja in the fifth year of digital. Alright, so at the end of the fifth year of the prophets, a lot of Sims residents in the city of Medina that had been wiped after they offered the judgment, we talked about how when he came the process, I showed him honor and respect and told people to take care of him. And after he had offered the decision, in conclusion, the prophet SAW Selim requested the Muslims to take him back to the tents to be able to rest and again continued to recover very unfortunately, and tragically in accordance with the law, this application that he had made, that

00:13:37--> 00:13:42

when they laid him down again to rest and recover within that tent, the wound

00:13:43--> 00:13:50

basically opened up again and he started to bleed very profusely, and he did not stop bleeding until he passed away.

00:13:51--> 00:14:34

When Sargon was not the Allahu taala and who passed away something very, very interesting that some of the books of narration some of the books have seen on the books of Hanif mentioned, and I'll share some more of his virtue. So I'll share some of the narrations about his virtue, even his hot mentions that under jabril Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam hanaa will be normal. I mean, jiofi Lee, that jabril alaihe salam, the angel Gabriel comes to the prophets a lot. I'm in the middle of the night, when Sagamore had just passed away. He had just breathed his last and jabril Ali Salam comes to the prophets a lot. He said him and he says yeah, Mohammed manhandle mega tele de la who Ababa

00:14:34--> 00:14:35

sama in

00:14:37--> 00:14:52

that he said O Messenger of God or Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, who is this individual who has passed away, due to his passing away the gates of the heavens have been opened. And the the throne of Allah subhanaw taala has shaken for him.

00:14:53--> 00:15:00

Right Who is this remarkable individual, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard this commerciali ceylonese emissary and you

00:15:00--> 00:15:26

Jerusalem Babu in Assad, the prophets a lot of a sudden without even hesitating for a second he knew exactly who it must be. And the profits along the some jumped up and he ran from his home and he was still kind of wrapping his shawl around him as he was going and he immediately went to the machine to go check on sad, sad be more off for one to the hoop Padma Tara the Allahu anhu. And he found that sod had breathed his last and he had passed away. In another narration,

00:15:28--> 00:15:44

the the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, these are authentic narrations that are mentioned in the books of behati and Muslim, that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says that it does Arusha Rahmani Lisa Muhammad that the

00:15:45--> 00:16:01

that the throne of Allah subhanho wa Taala it shook lemo decidedly more eyes It shook at the occasion of the passing of Saad bin Wilde, and these are narrations of both Bukhari and Muslim in another narration, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

00:16:02--> 00:16:10

He actually mentioned a little bit more specifically I'm delivering Ahmed narrates this, it doesn't actually who believe in luck. He said

00:16:11--> 00:16:19

that the arch of Allah, the throne of God shook out of the love of Allah subhana wa Jalla meetings had been more

00:16:20--> 00:16:43

than even Allah subhanho wa Taala was awaiting the arrival of the soul of Southern Mojave. And so the the throne of our man shook at the occasion of the passing absorbing life. Not only that, but it also mentioned that finally, when his janazah was performed when His funeral was performed, there's also some very fascinating and amazing narrations about this. That

00:16:44--> 00:17:27

color oscillates a lot he suddenly sad in Yama, Mata Hua Hua, you'd find that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, at the occasion on which saben was being laid down in his grave, he was being buried at the time of his burial. The prophets a lot of assumptions of Hannah luckily have the lab decided that all praise and glory be to Allah subhanaw taala for creating such a remarkable and pious, righteous slave and levita hardrock Allahu Ashura man for whom even the autoshop man shook will foot the hustler who Abu Abu sama and the the doors the gates of the heavens were open for him in another narration and mentions a little bit more specifically, that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi

00:17:27--> 00:18:07

wa sallam when they were burying sad been more eyes. So if you've ever participated in a burial, you understand that you know usually takes a couple of people to get down into the grave and receive the body and lay down in the grave. So what the hell are salicylate is a macabre who the prophets a lot of them himself personally got down into the grave of sobbing noir to bury him. What an honor for the prophets allowed him to bury you with his own hands to be sad. And then the prophets a lot of a sudden stop there for a second he paused for a second there in the grave. fella Maharajah when the profits a lot of him came out from the grave dilemma who mahabis Acharya Rasul Allah or messenger of

00:18:07--> 00:18:49

God? Did somebody asked him? Why did you stop and hesitate and stay in the grave for a few extra moments? He said do massagin philharmonie de Martin that the grave initially kind of closed in on sod for the ultra lakisha and who and I made to add to Allah subhanaw taala and a lot open the grave. And there's a whole collection of authentic narrations which mentioned this particular fact. And another narration that what I was mentioning before the prophets, Allah vsam said, should be that Allah He, initially the grave started to close in Thoma faraja Allahu anhu. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala opened the grave. And another narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he

00:18:49--> 00:19:28

specifically said, Sahara salicylate, Islam, the prophet Subhana, Allah and all the Muslims that were present there, they also said, Subhan Allah. Then the Prophet Salafi, some said, Allahu Akbar, two times Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, and everyone who was there said, Allahu Akbar, along with the prophets a lot of these more after him. Then they asked jasola mymaths better. Why did you say to behind the line, Allahu Akbar, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said la tobiah Allah has an AB de Sala Abreu that initially the grave started to close in had that photo Raj Allahu anhu. Then Allah subhanaw taala opened and expanded the grave. There's another narration of it Chateau de Allahu

00:19:28--> 00:20:00

taala. an inauthentic narration in which the army shadow the Allahu taala says that in the little comedy the mutton that the grave initially whenever someone is laid down in their grave, initially the grave kind of closes in on that person. And so and there are other narrations as well that established is from the authentic books of Hadith, that this is something that occurs with each and every single person who is laid down in their grave that initially the grave kind of

00:20:00--> 00:20:03

closes in on them. And this is specifically done

00:20:04--> 00:20:44

as kind of a reminder of the fact that this is the life of the hereafter. Just like the Day of Judgment, even for the most pious and righteous individual, the day of judgment will still have a certain gravity to it, and everyone will be very apprehensive and overwhelmed on that day because of Allah subhanaw taala being in his full glory and majesty, right, so this is an initial kind of a wake up call, and and something that occurs with each and every single person when the Angel of Death comes. And when the soul leaves the body psychological mode, the profits a lot even talked about this, that there's a little bit of discomfort, everyone feels and even the profits, a lot of

00:20:44--> 00:20:57

them felt it, but the mercy of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was so remarkable that he asked you but he said, Does everyone feel this? He says Yes, yeah, Rasul Allah, everyone will feel this. He said, let me take all of it so that nobody, none of my followers have to feel this.

00:20:58--> 00:21:01

Right. When the angels come into great to ask the questions,

00:21:03--> 00:21:38

there will be a little apprehensiveness initially, that each and every single person will kind of feel at their initial arrival. Right? But then of course, that will be removed for the price on the righteous. So there's like an initial, there's like an initiation into the life of the hereafter that everyone goes through. And so I shadowed the Allahu taala on her. She says in the New Covenant, the mutton, the grave initially kind of welcomes everyone initiates everyone by closing in initially, Locanda I don't mean Hannah Gioconda sobbing my eyes. But then she said that if anybody would have been spared from that initial kind of closing in of the grave, it would have been sad

00:21:38--> 00:22:17

been wife, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in another narration also says the same thing that Locanda I had imagined mean hell and I just didn't know if anybody would have been spared, it would have been even more if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he's mentioned in another narration lecture the habotai alma mater, Southern watts of their own family came in and out of the llama be to Kabbalah Delica that on the day that sad been more as passed away and left this world 70,000 angels who had never come down to the earth before came down to attend the funeral of southern Ohio. Right, so this is part of the honor of sogdian wife.

00:22:19--> 00:22:21

Along with that, it also mentions that

00:22:23--> 00:23:04

one of the kind of, I guess, you can say superstitions are one of the ideas in the times of ignorance before Islam in the times of jack enio was that the heavier and the weight here, the funeral would be when they would carry the funeral, the heavier and the weight here that it would be, would be kind of considered a sign of the greatness of an individual. Right, that's how they eat and it was a kind of like superstition, or an idea from the times of ignorance. There's no reality to that. So some of them will not be a boon, some of the hypocrites because we know that they had also conspired with the Allied forces they had conspired with the nuclear radar. So they were still

00:23:04--> 00:23:47

very spiteful of the fact that the Battle of the trench did not go as they had hoped, in the obliteration of the Muslims in Medina, and the fact that the nuclear radar had been handled, right. They were so bitter about that, and they were still upset about that. And they were specifically very spiteful towards sod been with us for playing the role that he played and being so loyal and dedicated to Islam and the prophets a lot they sent him. So when the janazah when the funeral of sobbing was was lifted, and it was being carried to the burial ground where he would be buried. The Mahoney let janazah to sad for palimony for generosity. So the some of the hypocrites the calling

00:23:47--> 00:24:04

back on that little superstition that they had from the times of ignorance, they said, Look how light his funeral is. To try to say this man has no weight, no gravity, right there's it's like an indirect kind of veiled insult. And they're trying to insult him after his passing.

00:24:05--> 00:24:47

So the prophets a lot of him was asked on messenger of God, these people are saying things like this. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said law will I Kindle mala? mala? Who can attack me who said no, no, don't pay any attention to these fools. If the genesis of Sodom or I did actually feel lighter than it physically should have, then it's because the angels were carrying the Joseph's had been wild. Right. So such amazing and remarkable virtue was granted to Serbian wife. In another very fascinating set of narrations. Imam Bukhari brings his narration as well. So it's an authentic nation, Mr. Mohammed demon Buhari and all the books of Sierra they mentioned this as well.

00:24:48--> 00:24:59

That this is prior I should clarify, this is prior to the prohibition of wearing silk for men, prior to silk being prohibited for men

00:25:00--> 00:25:34

Gift over the ugly Nabi salatu salam ala to had eaten. Somebody had brought a garment kind of like a cloak that was made of silk that had silk trimmings. That cloak was brought to the profits a lot of the time as a gift it was gifted to him. And this is prior to the profits, a lot of them you know, giving it away to some some of the women right because silk is permissible for women but not permissible for men according to Islamic Islamic rulings in Islam. So this is prior to that. So this robe with some silk trimmings and silk

00:25:35--> 00:26:18

you know, made from silk as well was gifted to the profits a lot. So the profits a lot he said I'm put it on and he came to the masjid and after this prayer in the sermon and everything was done, some of the companions they saw this beautiful, very, you know, very nice, very beautiful robe new robe that the profits a lot the sun was wearing and it was looked like it was very valuable. So the summer it says for Jalla asahiyama. Suna, we are Jamuna millenia. So after the prayer, some of the companions of the process started to come up to him and started to touch the robe. Okay, started to kind of feel the robe like, Wow, that's really nice. You know, the first thing before I even get to

00:26:18--> 00:26:25

the objective of the narration, you know, what this tells you? This shows you the type of relationship, the prophets, a lot is met with the companions.

00:26:26--> 00:26:44

Yes, the prophets, a lot of him is the messenger of God. Say you do not really know well as a mammal, ambia, even more saline, the leader, all of humanity and mankind, the leader, the forefront, the Imam of all the prophets, right? The habibollah al amin, the beloved of God Himself.

00:26:45--> 00:27:08

And the Sahaba immensely respected him and loved him. Right, with great respect, they were so respectful, and so obedient and devoted to the prophets, a lot of them. And the prophets, a lot of them was the absolute best leader of all time, he was confident, he was very authoritative.

00:27:09--> 00:27:26

He was very strong in his leadership. But one thing that we forget is a lot of times in emphasizing strength and conviction, right in leadership, and authority, we sometimes confuse that for a lack of, you know, being personable,

00:27:27--> 00:27:47

and being friendly and being loving and being familiar with the people that you lead. we confuse that sometimes we think those are exclusive that if you're kind, and you're forgiving, and you're generous, and you're friendly, and you're loving, like family, that somehow that's going to take away from your authority and your ability to lead. So you have to be distant.

00:27:48--> 00:27:50

And you have to be stern.

00:27:51--> 00:27:59

Right? You have to maintain a little bit of distance and separation. Stay there. Right? When you walk, they should just move out of the way

00:28:00--> 00:28:10

they should look away now make eye contact with you is ridiculous notions. Right. The Sahaba say was difficult for us to look into the eyes of the promises and because of our breathtaking

00:28:11--> 00:28:14

and just magnificent he was.

00:28:15--> 00:28:28

But the prophet tell us about this extremely loving demeanor with them, treated them like his family. He loves them like family. So the Sahaba they see the prophet SAW some wearing something really nice. And they feel so comfortable.

00:28:30--> 00:29:14

Because seeing him like a father figure like an uncle figure, like an older brother figure, depending on who they were seeing him like that. They felt so comfortable to come up to the profits a lot. He said I'm very respectfully again, but at the same time come up to him and be like, Oh, very nice. Let me see. Oh, wow. That's really so for asuna we are Jamuna millenia and they were like, Wow, it's so silky and so soft. Nice. Right. So that shows you that the interaction that he had with them, but anyways, the point of the story is that as they were marveling at how soft and you know how soft and intricate and luxurious the grove was, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Raja

00:29:14--> 00:29:39

buena mendini Howdy. Are you amazed by how luxurious and silky This is? He said Amana de Lucia Edwin was a rune minha alien. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the garments forget about even the garments just the handkerchief that Allah has granted to sad bin was in Paradise, or even better than this.

00:29:40--> 00:29:55

Right so the profits of lobbies I'm talking about the blessing of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the virtues that Allah had granted had been more of not only that, but there's another incident generation I'll share with you from the Muslim degree mama Ahmed, and has been Malika the Allahu taala

00:29:57--> 00:29:59

and has been Malika the Allahu taala on hoo hoo.

00:30:00--> 00:30:21

was, you know, he he started he was like the personal assistant of the process of the hog and the servant of the prophets. A lot of them served him personally. Right? for 10 years. He was 10 years old when the Prophet system arrived in Medina, and he served him for 10 years and he was 20 when the Prophet system passed away, so he was still a very young man. Not only that, but unnecessarily Allahu anhu was blessed with a very long life.

00:30:22--> 00:30:37

He lived till he was like 100 years old. So he lived for a long time after the prophets allottee center. And so, and it's been Malika the Allahu taala I knew the narration mentions that he was sitting one time. So

00:30:38--> 00:30:50

somebody came to visit Saba Noir, excuse me, and has been Malik somebody came to visit and it's been Malik towards the end of his life, and he was a very elderly man. And he asked him

00:30:51--> 00:31:00

and has asked this young man who came to visit a man, who are you, like, introduce yourself? And he said, a wacky dude, normally beside him while

00:31:02--> 00:31:06

I am walking the son of Mr. binsar demo,

00:31:07--> 00:31:45

meaning saben was was my grandfather. I am the son of the son of Serbian wild salmon wild was my grandfather walk it was his name. And it describes walking that he was very handsome. And he was very kind of broad shouldered strong looking and he was very tall. And he came to visit him and he says, Who are you and he says, I'm the grandson of something more out my name is rocket. And he says in nikka, beside endless shabby when you look just like your grandfather, you look just like your grandfather. thuma baka waxer buka. And then Anna started to cry. And he kept on crying, kept on crying, kept on cry,

00:31:46--> 00:31:49

cried profusely, like you wept.

00:31:50--> 00:31:59

And he said Rama to La Jolla, Allah sad. me God have mercy on Todd ghanim an alderman NASA will actually him. He was a big, strong tall man.

00:32:01--> 00:32:49

And the and then he mentioned the narration that somebody had brought a gift for the profits, a lady some a robe that was made of silk, the same story. And the process doesn't work the first time and he came to the masjid and he delivered a sermon and led this people in prayer. And afterwards, Pete Sahaba were coming in touching the garment and be admiring it. And he said you admire this. Even the handkerchiefs that God has given Southern northern paradise are way better than this. So these are the some of the virtues of sabihin more eyes, even his harp. He says that, an unsavoury he had a he said a poem about sad been wife. He said my wife doesn't like him and Moti Halligan sent me an IV

00:32:49--> 00:33:44

lolly sad in a big hurry. He says that never has the throne of God shaken for the death of anyone who has passed except that we have heard about except for sobbing wife, and the mother of sobbing will have when he passed away, her name was Scoob. Aisha bint raffia. She was from Casa Raj, when his janazah was being carried to the graveyard to be buried. She mourn the loss of her son, and she said way Lumi Saladin sada ceramidin wahida was done. warmage de la Fadi San Juan Mora de should be him who said that you could do Harmon kata that basically the summary or the gist of what she said the couplet she spoke, mourning the loss of her son. She said that, how sad is the loss of sad for

00:33:44--> 00:34:07

the mother of sad that he has gone and he has passed. He was a leader. He was honorable, he was dignified, he was a warrior. And he was somebody always willing to help. She said that Allah utilized him to solve such a huge problem. And Allah subhanaw taala allowed him to serve as a leader in such a difficult situation.

00:34:08--> 00:34:51

When the prophets a lot, he said, I'm heard the words of the mother of sogdian was the prophets a lot, some said Guna. He had Guna he had in taxable Ilana, he had a Saudi Meanwhile, the overall kind of they used to have this tradition, if you will, prior to Islam, that the prophets a lot of some prohibited, which was called no half. Right, which basically referred to they would very excessively and dramatically kind of mourn the loss of somebody who had passed, it was almost like a performance. Right? They would very dramatically perform at the passing of someone and the profits. A lot of them said all these performances, they're false. Nobody these because they used to be

00:34:51--> 00:34:59

hired. It was like it was like a performance you would hire entertainers to do this morning. So he said these people who do this dramatic morning they're like

00:35:00--> 00:35:12

They sometimes don't even know the deceased, let alone feel anything for them. They're just empty performances. He said except for the mother of sad because she feels the pain of her remarkable son.

00:35:13--> 00:35:35

And so as I mentioned before, so I've been while he passed away in the month of the ledger towards the end of the fifth year of the profits, a lot of residents in the city of Medina, now inshallah it shouldn't take too long, but what I'd like for us to do is inshallah go through a passage of surah number 33. So to select

00:35:36--> 00:36:22

from is number nine, to Isaiah number 27 is nine through 27 that speak about the entirety of this incident, so I'll go through it and briefly translated and inshallah you'll be able to see everything that we learned about applying and what exactly what Allah subhanaw taala is speaking about here. So let's find out what Allah says an ayah number nine of surah number 33. So to initiate on the regime, yeah, you have levena amanotes Caronia mucha Lucha de con is Jad congenial. Salah Anakin Rehan would you knew the lamb Tara, what kind of luck would be my Tama Luna bossy da, that Allah subhanho wa Taala says, that you who believe remember God's goodness to you, when mighty

00:36:22--> 00:37:08

armies massed against you, we sent a violent strong wind and invisible forces against them. God sees all that you do. Allah subhanaw taala is ever watchful over each and every single thing that you do is Gianluca menfolk click on woman as well. I mean, como exotic Obasanjo. wabarakatuhu will Hannah jeera What does una bella Luna that Allah subhanho wa Taala says nine number 10 that they masked against you from above and below, your eyes rolled up with fear. Your hearts rose into your throats out of apprehension and anxiety. And you thought that you were done for you thought that you weren't sure if Allah subhanaw taala would save you and protect you in this situation. What is the opponent?

00:37:08--> 00:37:14

Excuse me who nalli kapitolyo mimouna was he loses Alan shalida that Allah subhanaw taala says

00:37:15--> 00:37:41

they're the believers were seriously tested and deeply shaken to their core. Allah subhanaw taala says what is the opponent Manasa Puna Valentina pupu became marohn Mahajan, Allahu rasuluh illa hurun. That the hypocrites and those who are whose hearts were diseased. They said, God in His Messenger promised us nothing but delusions. They lied to us.

00:37:42--> 00:37:46

And some of them said Allah subhanaw taala says with Allah Potiphar to mean whom Yeah.

00:37:48--> 00:38:33

Pamela confirmed to wait for his boom in hoonah BIA Yoku Luna in Abu Tana Ratan wa here be our our team you read una elaphe Iran. They're a group amongst them they said some of them said oh people of yesterday referring back to the old name of Medina trying to create the idea that why don't we go back to the way things were. They said you will not be able to withstand this attack. So go back home. Leave them the prophets, a lot of them in the Muslims here at the trench and you go back home. Some of them asked the prophets permission to leave saying our homes are exposed. Even though Allah says their homes were not exposed. They just wanted to run away from the action run away from the

00:38:33--> 00:39:13

call of action will do he led to Allah him in a Qatari house on muscle. Fitness Allah Azza wa rahmatullah Basu be here in LA Yes, Iran. In number 14, Allah says had the city been invaded, been run over been sacked from all sides, and the enemy invited them to rebel against the Muslims, they would have done so immediately without a second's hesitation, they would have turned their backs on the Muslims and stabbed the prophets a lot. Even the Muslims in the back, will up at the Canada de la hum in a blue light, you will lose the battle What can I do like him as Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala says, even though they had already promised a law that they would not turn in fleed

00:39:13--> 00:39:25

that they would not turn their backs on the profits on some of the Muslims and a promise to a lot of promise that is made to Allah is something that a person will be held accountable for. Allah subhanaw taala then says,

00:39:27--> 00:39:59

lay and Falcon will Pharaoh in Ferrara terminologia will heartily what is alleged material on illa connellan that all prophets say to them, that running away will not running away will not benefit you. And if you manage to escape death, or being killed in battle, even at that moment, you will only be permitted be allowed to enjoy yourselves in the life of this world for very little short, brief amount of time. You'll only enjoy very little called Mandela Dr. similkameen Allah He

00:40:00--> 00:40:46

In a rather becomes an hour rather become rahmatan when I get you doing Allahu, Allahu Allah, Yolanda Sera, and also say to them on messenger, that if God wishes to harm you who can protect you? And if God wishes to show you mercy, then who can prevent him from bestowing His mercy upon you, they will find no one but Allah subhanaw taala to protect them, or to help them but the more we attain, I mean, como la Elina Lee Juana him Hello, ma Elena, when I say La Casa de la, that Allah subhanaw taala knows exactly those amongst you who tried to prevent and hinder others from going forward and serving the cause of the dean the religion who secretly quietly conspiring Li they say

00:40:46--> 00:40:53

to the to their brothers, their community members come and join us who hardly ever come out to fights.

00:40:55--> 00:41:04

And then Allah subhanho wa Taala says she has an icon for either jaho foodora a phaser jaho fu hmm yonder una la casa de

00:41:05--> 00:41:52

calidad de Yong sha Allah humanized mouse fayda, double hokku selaku combi el Tina, Tina. Tina, she has an allen la mina know, but Allahu, Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, He is Iran. And Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Those who begrudge you those who begrudge you any help, meaning that Allah subhanaw taala is saying that those who are not willing to come and assist you and help you in any way, shape or form, when fear comes? You Oh prophet of Allah will see them looking at you with their eyes rolling about in their heads, as if they are in the throes of death. They'll seem like they're losing their sanity, like they're losing their minds, the panic the fear, the anxiety, that that

00:41:52--> 00:42:38

grip semmen overcomes and when difficult situations come, when fear has passed, when the difficulty is gone, when times are good, then what happens? They attack you with sharp tongues and still try not to help you in any way shape or form. These people are people who do not believe and the last part of what Allah has obliterated ruined you know laid waste to their deeds, their deeds, it results in nothing. And this is something that they are very Allah subhanaw taala very swiftly and very easily deals with such people what kind of Allah Allah Allah, he has zero? Yes, una de Bella Mia boo. Ye Attila zabu eva dulo under whom by Donna Phil Arabi yes Luna Amba econ. One Oh camel see

00:42:38--> 00:42:45

Kumar Casa La Ilaha Illa. Allah subhana wa Taala says, they think that the joint forces have not gone

00:42:46--> 00:42:49

they are so filled with their paranoia.

00:42:50--> 00:43:31

Understand how detrimental paranoia is they are filled with their own paranoia to the extent that even though their armies are gone, they are convinced that the armies are not gone. And if the Joint Forces did come again, they would wish that they weren't even there in Medina that they were out somewhere in the middle of the desert living amongst the Bedouin tribes wandering amongst the Bedouins and from there trying to find out exactly what's going on with you from a safe distance. Even if they and Allah says that even if they do end up staying in Medina, they would never ever lend you a hand in the fight to defend your deen your religion, your life, your property, and your

00:43:31--> 00:43:39

families. They would never help you in any way shape or form. Allah subhanho wa Taala he says that the Quran Allah comfy rasulillah he has certain Hashanah

00:43:40--> 00:43:50

that without a doubt, there's absolutely no shred of a doubt about the fact that there has always been is and will always be

00:43:51--> 00:44:38

specifically reserved and designed for you all Muslims, completely contained within the Messenger of God. The ultimate the most beautiful and most remarkable role model is one of the most fascinating parts of the Quran that really tells us and instructions on how to live our lives to use the profits a lot ism as a template. And as an example and a role model to live our lives and the eloquence in the eye. I've tried to express it to some degree, and that's why the translation was so drawn out laqad two degrees of emphasis can Allah come there's always been and will always be like home, specifically for you for your benefit. Fie Fie means inside of something

00:44:39--> 00:44:52

completely contained within the profits a lot is on the ultimate role model and swept in the house and I said in what we call Akira the common degenerate generic form. The reason is the ultimate role model regardless of the situation you're facing.

00:44:54--> 00:44:59

Be at work, be it family, worship, religion, dealing with friend foe family enemies.

00:45:00--> 00:45:14

Doesn't matter you will always find the ultimate role model contained completely within the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but then Allah says the man Kanika De La Jolla, I'm an advocate whether Kerala cathedra and that is

00:45:15--> 00:46:01

specifically for those who put their hope in Allah subhana wa tada and look forward to the last day and they remember Allah subhanho wa Taala abundantly and frequently. Allah subhana wa tada goes on to say, Well, Mr. El mundo de la de la Lu Hadar de la hora Sula, who was sallahu wa rasuluh. Masada Camila, Eman And what is Lima, that when the believers Now let's look at the believers, so let's find our agenda talks about the hypocrites and how they act and how they behave. Then in the middle, you have the center, the center, the center of that passage, which talks about follow the example of Mohammed Salah Hmm, now what's going to tell us for those who do follow the example of Mohammed

00:46:01--> 00:46:44

salatu salam, how do they respond and react? Allah says when the believers they saw the joint forces the Allied army, they said this is what God in His Messenger promised us all along. The promise of God and His Messenger is true. And this only serve to increase them in their faith, their belief and their submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah subhanaw taala says minelute me Nina resolvin Sakuma de la hora de familia human O'Donoghue woman Humayun todo muy bien De Luca de la, that Allah subhanho wa Taala says that there are men amongst that there are individuals amongst the believer who honored the covenant with God, their pledge that they had made to Allah, some of them fulfilled

00:46:44--> 00:47:30

it by giving their lives in the line of duty, and some of them are still awaiting their end and they have not changed in the least bit meaning they have not moved. They have not been shaken from their resolve in the least bit. The NCC Allah who saw the Athena be cynically him, were you, even Mona Lena in sha Allah to bother him in the LA Cava foodora Hema, Allah subhanaw taala says that all of the events that have transpired one profound reason why these events these events have transpired so that Allah May reward the dutiful the faithful for their honesty and sincerity, and He will punish the hypocrites if he wills or he may grant them repentance. He may grant them the ability to repent

00:47:30--> 00:47:42

and come back to Allah and change their lives. Because Allah subhanaw taala is constantly forgiving and constantly merciful. We're near the end of the passage here. What are the law who lives in a kafir obey the him lambdin Allah Hi, Ron. Welcome

00:47:43--> 00:48:26

mamina teach Allah what kind of law Who are we gonna see isn't that Allah subhanho wa Taala says that Allah subhanho wa Taala repelled the disbelieving forces along with their rage, and they gained absolutely no benefit. They were not able to achieve any of their objectives. And Allah subhanaw taala Not only that, but Allah spared the believers, the situation of being of having to fight Allah spared the believers the need to fight, there was no open battle. Right Allah spared them from having to fight and the last part of what Allah is strong mighty, overwhelmed Allah subhanho wa Taala is dominant and the last panel with Allah is powerful. Allah subhanaw taala dances and I am

00:48:26--> 00:48:46

number 26 one zellen Latina baharu Maliki jabby Min crcm Wa qaddafi louis mo Rocca di n capital una de una vida the pan that Allah subhanho wa Taala says that he brought those people of the book who supported them down from their fortresses and their strongholds

00:48:47--> 00:49:32

and put panic and fear into their hearts. Some of them basically were faced with death, some of them were executed, and some of them were taken captive. And then finally, this is referring to binuclear ADA. Now you see the passage concluding and then Allah subhanaw taala says nine number 27 will come out of the home wadiyar home wild Walla Houma, La La La La Cucina Madeira, that Allah subhanaw taala says, and the last panel Rotella passed on to you, he allowed you to inherit, he passed on to you granted to you their land, their homes, their possessions, and a land where you had never set foot before because the last panel was Allah, what kind of La La policia de la. This is such a powerful

00:49:33--> 00:49:59

statement that you find in the Quran. That if a believer really understands this, everything makes sense. What kind of law who Allah subhanaw taala has been is and will always be over each and every Allah alone, excuse me. There's what we call the mentor here, which creates a meaning of exclusivity. Allah has always been is and will always be a lot alone.

00:50:00--> 00:50:32

has always been is and will always be over each and every single little thing fully in control and fully capable over each and every single thing. That's all you need to know. And that's the follow up Place your faith in your belief in your trusting. That's the love that you strive to serve and live a life of obedience to in order to be able to earn this pleasure. And as far as the situations that come and go, the good times and the bad the ups and the downs that sometimes can cause us so much grief and worry.

00:50:34--> 00:50:37

If you understand this statement, then you know, it's in the hands of Allah

00:50:38--> 00:50:40

and Allah is capable of anything and everything

00:50:41--> 00:51:16

and know that our last panel what Allah will take care of you at the end of the day, everything will work out according to the plan of Allah Spano tala. So inshallah we'll conclude with the study of this passage from Soto to Lhasa, eyes nine through 27. a recommendation I always make aside from of course, reviewing all of this knowledge and really learning the life of the process of it specifically when it comes to the Quran, the Book of Allah Surah 33 is nine through 27. When you go home tonight, maybe tomorrow, at some point during your lunch break, or after you get home from work, pick up the Quran, pick up a translation of the Quran, read these ions, again, read their

00:51:16--> 00:51:55

translation, again, recall, reflect on the historical incidents that these ions are speaking about and representing, and allow that to come back to you. That is the practical exercise of what we call reflecting upon the Quran. That's when the Quran begins to take on meaning. And once you've reflected upon it, internalize it and really mean something to you. Then put a little time and effort into memorizing these verses. And then when you stand in your prayer, read these particular ions. Because now you understand them. You spend some energy and time and effort reflecting upon them, and then see how it enriches the spiritual experience of your prayer. And it's a life changing

00:51:55--> 00:52:33

perspective altering experience. May Allah subhanaw taala grants us all the meaning and the reality of the book of Allah. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to study and understand the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to model our lives and our character and our behavior and conduct based off of the book of Allah and the beautiful example set forth by the prophet sallallahu sallam. Real quickly I just wanted to mention before the folks kind of leave the next two weeks inshallah the next two sessions Tuesdays, we won't be having the regular Tafseer class, we're returned back to the Tafseer class in chalon. I think it's June to

00:52:34--> 00:53:13

January the fifth, which I think is a Tuesday, so inshallah that first January, the first Tuesday in January, I've I'm basically done for the day, so the word salad, but the first Tuesday in January inshallah i think is January the fifth, we'll come back to the session, we just won't be having the session, the next two Tuesday's because starting this Friday, we'll be having the Syrah intensive that we do in the winter break every year in the Carrollton machine. And I'm only mentioning this because of the locals as well, and inshallah we'll make an effort to try to share it online as well. But in the evenings, we conduct a session at the Sita intensive that is called Shama and mohammedia.

00:53:14--> 00:53:53

It is an intimate, personal description of the prophetic personality, very personal, intimate description, beautiful descriptions of the process of like a portrait in words. So we have those sessions after a shot every single day starting Saturday, this coming Saturday, till January, January, the first which will be a Friday in sha Allah, every single evening after a short prayer, we'll have that session. It's not the Carrollton Masjid, so it's not too far from here. So any of those days that you're able to stop by please come by inshallah bring friends and family, and we'll sit and we'll discuss and we'll learn and try to really internalize how amazing the prophets of some

00:53:53--> 00:54:04

was in the way he lived his life. And shall I be able to try to learn from that and model ourselves after it? Does that come along later on? So Hannah, like Rihanna, Columbia Hambrick Michelle de la ilaha illa into the soccer community.