Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 136 – Juwayriyah Ra

Abdul Nasir Jangda
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Previously, we were discussing an event from the, towards the end of the sixth year, or rather, excuse me an event in the sixth year of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his residents in the city of Medina, the sixth year of hegira, known as the campaign, the hustler the campaign have been almost Alec.

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And so we talked about the incident itself and how,

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if you look at it in the overall scope of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam, and especially some of the major events like bud and hood, conduct the trench and so on so forth, it's actually much more of a smaller event, meaning that it didn't go on for very long, very quickly, the Muslims were able to achieve victory, there was very, very minimal loss of life on both sides, not just the Muslim side, but even the side of the non Muslims, there was very minimal fighting and very minimal loss of life. So the event, the battle itself was concluded very quickly. And very briefly. However, this is a very notable event for a couple of other reasons. There are a couple of other

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things that occurred and transpired during the course of this campaign, and also on the journey back from this campaign, which puts this particular incidence the the campaign or that has won the battle of burning Masonic, it puts it at a in a very important place in the life of the Prophet salatu salam, and therefore it's very integral to the study of Islamic history. So one of the things that transpired at this particular time that we talked about in the previous session, is the incident involving the hypocrites, Abdullah bin Raven, urban saloon, who is the leader of the hypocrites his comments about the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, and Muslims and the subsequent Fallout,

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because of his comments, which eventually were concluded, and were resolved by the revelation of surah, number 63. Sultan monarchy upon and we talked about that today we talked about the event. And then we went through the surahs sort of a brief, you know, kind of translation and run through of the suta, where we were able to see how Allah subhanaw taala speaks about that incident and everything that it involved. One of the other things that notable events that occurs on the journey back are in the aftermath rather of this battle, buddy Masonic is that one of the leader of balloon Masonic, the leader of their tribe, his name was a hadith. His name was a Hadith, he was the leader

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of that tribe, but

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he, in the aftermath of the battle, of course, they had surrendered, they had all been taken into custody, the entirety of the tribe, and his daughter, whose name was Dwayne dia. And actually we find out later on her name would be God at that particular time, her name was better off. All right, this was an Arab tribe, they were mushnik they were idol worshippers. This was an Arab tribe, and her name was butter. So as they were being distributed amongst the Muslims, you know, and put into the custody of the Muslims.

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This woman, the daughter of the leader, and Hadith, whose name was baterai. At this time, she was put into the custody of an M Sati and Medina and Muslim by the name of sabots, even face even Seamus

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sabots Bina face, she was given into his custody,

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she is actually recalled and remembered to be a shout out the Allahu taala. On her, the very first time that I showed her, the Allahu taala. On her saw her, she described her as a breathtaking woman,

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a very, very impressive human being a very impressive woman. And that wasn't just simply about her beauty, but she was also a woman of great intelligence. She was just very, very, she had a demeanor about her very dignified, very noble inner conduct and demeanor, how she carried herself how she conducted herself, the way she spoke to people, she was impressive. She was very, extremely intelligent, thoughtful, thought provoking.

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And so, when she was given into the custody of navadmin, face, she went to Sabbath and she said, Look,

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I would like to broker a deal with you. You are a man of simple means. All right, thought had been, he was not a very wealthy man. So she said, rather than having another mouth to feed, because when somebody was put into somebody else's custody, a slave was given to someone, the profits, a lot of them said about those slaves that were put into the custody of someone prisoners of war that were given into someone's custody. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Yeah, kulula methaqualone, we have a tsunami metal, we soon they have to eat what you eat, they have to wear what you wear. So basically, you ended up with another mouth to feed. So she said to him, she said, You don't seem to

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be a man of much means you already seem to be financially struggling, and you'll have another mouth to feed. And if you received, you know, a prisoner of war, a slave someone into your custody, a man, a lot of times the way that it would, you know, you could balance that out and at least make it so that that individual was paying for themselves, their own food and board was that you would put them to work, maybe you would, you know, get them a job somewhere, you would kind of loan them out for some work, and you get paid for the work that they conducted. And that would basically at least pay for their room and board their overhead. But in the case of women, that was also a lot more

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difficult because they weren't able to do two types of physical labor that some of the male slaves would be able to do. So in this particular instance, she says to him, she says you don't have a lot of money, you barely are getting by yourself, you have another mouth to feed Now, why don't we do this? I come from a background where I'm resourceful. I know people. My father is the leader of his tribe. And I just know overall how to talk to people how to negotiate with people, autumn, you know, work out situations. I would like to propose a contract I would like to purchase my freedom from you. This is a contract that the Arabs used to have at that time. It's known as macatawa bukata by

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the Quran speaks about this surah to new surah number 24 speaks about this, where Allah says for katzie boom, in alim to become Hadar, what are to whom in Mali like Isla de Atacama? That the Quran actually encouraged the Muslims by saying that if you have slaves, then give them contracts, where they are allowed to earn their freedom. So basically, a contract is proposed, you go and you work and earn $1,000 and you bring it and your freedom will be granted to you. But then the Quran says, What are two Humala, the article that after they've come in brought you the $1,000 in exchange for which you will free them, then give them that $1,000 as a gift to start their new life.

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And that was a practical way to transition people into a free life where they'd be able to earn their way and they'd be able to take care of themselves. Alright, so this is Democrats have a contract. So she knowing of course this contract, she proposes the mukava contract to Tabitha face. tabibian face, of course, knowing his situation that he could use a little bit of money is a lot more useful to him than another mouth to feed. So he accepts a contract. He says Absolutely. I'll take it.

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So she says, Okay, perfect. Now she's out trying to figure out how she can basically get the money necessary for this particular contract. So she again, she's resourceful. Remember, she's the daughter of the leader of a tribe. Right, the daughter of the leader of an endless Dalek. So she understands how negotiations work, how you talk to people. So she approaches the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam directly

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and she comes to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and she says to the prophets a lot a Selim that

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jasola a messenger of God, and a god I've been to Hadith

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In a B there are say the column here

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I am, at that time Her name was Barbara.

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So in post, in retrospect as it's being narrated, her name is being mentioned as Jodi and I'll explain the reason for that. But she says I am the daughter of a hadith. Even a B there are, who is the leader of his people. So my father is the chief of our clan.

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Waka savini Minal Bella, Mr. Lamia phallic. And you see the difficult circumstance that I am in Currently, I'm in a very difficult situation I find myself in this predicament for a car to free Sam Lisa between casement Seamus

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and I basically have fallen to the lot into the custody of a man by the name of tab admin face. You're familiar with him. He's one of your companions for cats up to who Allah and FC. And I have proposed a contract in order to purchase my freedom from him. For g Touka, asare, nucala kita, Bertie, and I've come to you to request your assistance in the paying off of that contract.

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Now that might seem you know, even somewhat ambitious, or preposterous, even to us,

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but again, a woman of great intelligence, she understands that being the daughter of the leader of our tribe,

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is going to resonate with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because the prophets alarmism was very, very sensitive to who people are and where they're coming from,

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and how to treat people and how to be sensitive and cognizant of people. And you know what their status is amongst their own people.

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That showing generosity, showing kindness, and showing respect to someone that a whole tribe respects will actually earn their respect.

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And because the ultimate objective of the prophets a lot of a sudden was not to kill people, or defeat people or enslave people, it was to bring people to Islam, as we're going to see here. And if there's a whole group of people that respect a particular individual, and you show them that person respect, you win the respect, and that and depending on the gesture, that the gesture that you've made, if it's significant enough of a gesture, you can actually earn the loyalty of those people, the admiration of those people, which only brings them closer to Islam. It is not a coincidence, that one of the leaders of the opposition to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a man who led

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not one but multiple armies against the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who is responsible for the killing of dozens of the companions of the prophets, a lot of them and some of his some of even his own family members abusive Yon would eventually soften towards Islam and the prophets a lot is someone who would become a Muslim, because the prophets a lot of them showed great respect to his daughter,

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who was omo Habiba, Rama Vinci, Sophia, and the the way the process of looked after her and showed her great respect, it earned the admiration and the respect of the prophet of Abu Sofia the process of earned it and that eventually softened him enough to the point to bring him to Islam. So the prophets a lot so Judea, what are the Allahu taala Anna is very smart in this way. So she comes to the prophets, a lot of them saying I'm the leader of my pee, I'm the daughter of the leader of my people. I have a contract to earn my freedom. I would like your assistance.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam basically realizing the opportunity here, the prophets allottee some sense of a highlight if you hate him indolic let me do something better than that.

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Let me offer let me suggest something superior Karla Toma who a Rasul Allah she says, what would that be a messenger of God? The prophets a lot. He said him says a cul de anchieta Bucky, what is a word Yuki? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I will fulfill your contract on your behalf, all pay sabots whatever the fee is for setting you free. And then number two, I propose marriage to you.

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And she said pilots and she said yes I accept your solo messenger of God, I accept them the prophets, a lot of them said add value. I have taken care of it.

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And so in this manner, the profits allottee some calls subinterface offers the amount and she's freed and at that time the profits allow these inputs the proposal in front of her and she accepts the proposal and she becomes a wife of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and thereby becomes one of the mothers of the believers.

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Now, when I said the prophecy, some saw the opportunity and he actually says to her, let me suggest

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something better than what you're suggesting. What exactly was that hinting towards? What did the Prophet salon even foresee as an outcome of this? So the narration goes on to mention

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that well hello Joe Hello Ella Nancy Anna Rasul Allah He salatu salam Kata zawada. Jodi up until Hadith, the word God out amongst the Sahaba that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has married the daughter of a Hadith, the leader of Masonic, and this was not a very, very large tribe. There were about 100 families in this tribe. And so they all shared some type of relation with each other. Even in Pradesh, we see that if it was not two or 34567 generations back, everyone's lineage used to intersect or meet up at some point. So in this manner, but the musalla being a smaller tribe, they were all somewhat related distantly, I'll be it, but they were all related somehow. So when the word

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got out that the Prophet ism has married the daughter over the Hadith, the fallenness, the people said, US Han Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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These are the in laws of the profits allottee center

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and in laws are to be held in a high regard and respect. Right, because they are the family of someone. Right? Your in laws are the family members of someone that is very near and dear to your heart. So they naturally are deserving of, you know, some level of respect and admiration and dignity. So the Sahaba said, these are the in laws of the prophets. allottee. So how can they be our slaves and servants? How can they be working in our fields? How can they be cleaning our homes? That doesn't make any sense to us? For our celluma be at him. So all the Sahaba fried, set free, every one of the individuals have been Masonic, they set them all free.

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And inshallah the Allahu Allah Allah says that felucca the ortica bittersweet he or her that because of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam proposing and marrying Judea or the Allahu taala on her, Mia to animate him in Bethany Masonic, 100 families, 100 homes, and 100 families at that time means like, there's a dozen or so individuals in each family. So nearly 1000 people, if not more, were set free solely by the wisdom of the prophets, a lot of them in marrying God out of the Allahu taala and how they were all set free. And the vast overwhelming majority of them accepted Islam and became Muslim. As a result of this gesture of kindness, the ultimate goal, the ultimate objective, of bringing

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people to Allah, connecting people to Allah, bringing people to Islam, and I shadowed the Allahu taala. And he says, from Emirates and Canada, Adama Baraka, Allah comida minha, I do not know of a single woman who was a greater source of blessing for her people than God out of the Allahu talana. She not only brought freedom

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and dignity to her people, but she also brought Islam and human faith and belief and submission to Allah and the success of the eternal life of the hereafter to our people, and understanding it in the context, these people not only became free, not only did they become Muslim, but these people by being in the company of the prophets, a lot of them they also became Sahaba, they also became companions of the Prophet sallahu Some think of what it is the status to be a Sahabi Rasul. And this was all the outcome of this, you know, very remarkable,

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you know, plan of Allah subhanaw taala and it displays the means of realizing this, this blessing of Allah was number one, the intelligence, the intelligence of God out of the Allahu taala and the maturity of God or the Allahu taala. And the wisdom of course, the prophetic wisdom of Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam now, regarding God out of the Allahu taala and now since we're talking about her, there's a few more things I wanted to share about her first and foremost about this particular incident, and walking the narrates that God out of the Allahu taala and how she says that a two to domina be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ob Selassie Leyland. She says three

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days before the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Muslims arrived at Burnham Masonic, I had seen a dream.

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I had seen a dream three days before they arrived.

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She says Pamela you see Romania trip. I saw that the moon was coming from the direction of yesterday. In our direction, hotel waka

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hijiri until the moon came to us, and it landed in my lap.

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Right? And the Quran in the Quran Of course Allah subhanaw taala describes the prophets on summers while camaron Moon Iran,

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right as an illuminating moon, right in the Sahaba radi Allahu taala and whom constantly say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was more breathtaking than even the full moon. Lady let me know probably a little badly that he was more breathtaking than even the full moon. So she says that I saw this dream of the moon coming from the Caribbean landing in my lap for Korea to a new era. b i had a meanness I didn't want to tell anyone because I myself wasn't sure exactly what that what it meant. Hi, Daddy masala salatu salam, ala Sabina, Raja Raja, until everything that happened happened. And when we were taken into custody, at that time, the dream really occurred to me and I

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was very hopeful because of that dream. For a narrow slice allottee someone says, oh, Jenny, and she says that the prophets allowed him eventually freed me and then proposed to me and married me while logging McCallum to houfy for me. Now, the other thing that she says, a second thing, in the aftermath of you know, all of our people being freed. She says that I were lucky I swear to God, I did not go to the prophets, Allah disseminated request for my people to be freed. Meaning not that she didn't want freedom for people. She said, I have not gotten to that point yet. I had not made this request yet. She says How can a Muslim hula hula Vina or saloon? The Muslims made this decision

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themselves. They didn't even ask the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam Should we do this? They just did it.

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The Protestantism had trained them and train them well. They knew what to do in that situation. They just freed all the people. Well, my shout out to and she says I didn't even realize that this is what this is what had transpired in lab bijaya tim bonacci me. One of my cousin's, a young girl from one of my cousin's, she comes to visit me. And I'm like, What are you doing here? and had to be Ronnie copper. And then she told me she says Don't you know, haven't you heard? We're all free. They sent us free. And she says at that time, I realized for me to lie to Allah and I thanked and praised Allah subhanaw taala for this remarkable outcome.

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Another a third thing about Julia are the Allahu taala. And again, you know, as a consequence of her being freed, her father and Hadith

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later on once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gets back to Medina, her father was amongst the people who had been set free. So what he does is he now comes he brings a bunch of camels with him,

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of a bunch of right very nice, healthy, very expensive animals, impressive animals. He brings all of them as an offering. And he's on his way to Medina. And the reason why he's on his way to Medina, he says, what kind of a father Am I What kind of a leader am I? That Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has made this amazing gesture of setting all my people free freeing all of us that I would not come to set my daughter free. Because he was like, I'm not sure if my daughter just went ahead and did this as a sacrifice in order to be able to free your people. So I will at the very least what I need to do, what my responsibility as a father and as a leader is that I will go and make

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this offering provide this gift to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And I will say here, please take this but let my daughter go. She did this for the sake of her people. She doesn't want to be here. If that's the case that she doesn't want to be here. Then she doesn't want to be here and you take this gift and let her go. I will ransom her I will free her. So allowed it is now coming to Medina. While he's coming to Medina from Masonic on the way he passes, he stops at a valley you know it's a long journey. They stopped in a valley. And there's a couple of camels he's got maybe that doesn't mention specific number. Just for example, sake, think that maybe he has about a dozen

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camels. He looks at two of them that are like very impressive animals,

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like really big, strong camels. And he sees them and he says, you know I could I could really use them. I don't want to give these tools away. I need these. So what he does is he ties them up. They're in a valley, expecting that he's, you know, maybe a day's journey away from Edina. So he'll go there for a day. Be there for a day and come back in a day. You'll be back in two, three days. He ties him up there leave some food and water and he says he just stashes them there in the valley. And he says on my way back I'll pick them up and I'll take him home because I think I'll leave these two camels. So he stashes them there and now he arrives in Medina. He comes before the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he says, you know, he says what I just mentioned

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That, you know, my daughter did such and such, but I'm here in case she does. She doesn't want to be here. She's here against her will to set her free to ransom her. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, You're a father, nothing else would be expected of you. So the prophet SAW some says, but don't you think it's fair, she's she's, she's an adult, she's a woman in an independent woman, don't you think it's fair that she should be allowed to make her own decision

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that I don't just hand her over to you either.

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Right? And he says, of course, that makes a lot of sense. So God out of the Allahu taala when he comes, and the father asks series, his daughter, I have brought these animals I will offer them as ransom. And he's agreed to let you go if you want to go. And she says, Father, I, I believe, she shares her Islam, her eemaan with him. And she says this is the greatest blessing. And she tells her father about her dream.

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And how happy she is and how honored and dignified she is. She's a mother of the believers. And so her father is very happy and very content. And she tells him that she would like to stay.

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Now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turns his attention to a hadith. Because a lot It says, Well, I've still brought these animals as a gift as an offering to you. You have shown us generosity and kindness. You have treated my daughter well, please let me still offer this as a gift. The prophets a lot a some says let's talk about your gift in just a minute. I have a question for you before that. He says Why did you leave those two camels in the valley?

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Why didn't you bring those two camels are good camels?

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And he says yeah, Java.

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So how do you know about that?

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And immediately your responses Chateau La ilaha illallah wa Chateau Anika Rasul Allah, you have to be the Messenger of Allah.

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You have to be the Messenger of Allah and he accepts Islam. And he goes back to his people and tells him I have accepted Islam and all of the people become Muslim as well. all afternoon. stehlik accepts Islam.

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So this was basically the outcome of the people have been Masonic.

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Lastly, and finally, about Julia, I don't think Allahu taala and her her name I kind of alluded to this in case it was confusing to someone that God out of the Allahu taala. And her Her name was actually Bara.

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Bara and interestingly, there were a few other women at the time of the Prophet this was a this was a somewhat of a common name for women amongst the the outcome of that time.

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So Zainab bint jahsh

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who would also become one of the mothers of the believers, she was a Qureshi, and she was from Croatia. Her name was also bottura maimunah radi Allahu taala,

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who was who also become one of the mothers of the believers. She was the maternal aunt of Abdullah Barnabas, radi Allahu taala anma. Her name was also Bara, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam changed maimunah his name from Barbara to maimunah. He changed Zainab name from Bella to Xena, he gave her to the name Xena. And this was the third mother of the believer who's named before Islam was better. And the prophets a lot of them changed it to

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God Yeah. And the reasoning that the prophets a lot of them offered not in the case of God, because there are already been done previously for Xena been to Josh. The reasoning the prophets a lot of them offered was an aha to Zeki nafsa

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that basically the word Bara comes from the meaning which means pious,

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but not just pious, like the word been or better abroad in abroad. rafina aim is like calling someone an agenda. It's calling someone a person of paradise. And it still sounds nice in its meaning. But the poor answers fella to Zaku and fusa calm. The Quran basically instructs us that do not vouch for your own piety.

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Do not vouch for your own piety. Don't basically proclaim your own piety. I am a very righteous person.

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We don't do that.

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Right? That basically, we are very cognizant, very aware of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this, this requires a little bit more explanation. So I don't want to just kind of summarily just state it. But at some level, we are taught to even be critical of ourselves

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to be to constantly review our condition and ourselves. Right so we're taught to constantly take a look at how we can improve what we can work on. Not to basically self congratulate and celebrate ourselves and pat ourselves on the back that's we're not taught to do that. And so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said this name is basically the prophets of some said this name is spiritually pretentious.

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It's a pretentious name,

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right that to call yourself person of paradise. And so the profitsystem did not like the tone of that. And so he gave her the name Julia from that point on for where she was known as Jodi Benson, Hadith

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xojo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam What we need are the Allahu taala. And that's why even the narrations that are talking about her, like when she first you know, came into contact with the process of them, or even the narration that's talking about when she introduces herself to the Prophet Sal some her name at that time was so bizarre, but the Sahaba were narrating that incidents, they even change how she introducers of energy via respecting the instruction of the Prophet of Islam. The prophet SAW Some said that's not a good name. And so they don't even relate that name to her any longer. But just the fact of the matter is that was her name before Islam and the process of

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change it for that reason. euodia radi Allahu Allah on how the mother of the believers, she continued to be there in the,

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you know, service of the oma, basically, you know, teaching serving and leading the oma in her capacity as a mother of the believer. She is known to be a teacher of many of even the remarkable men of that generation than the next Abdullah bin abass radi Allahu taala and ha used to learn from her. I'm delivering Ibis narrates a hadith from her obeyed been subject subak he narrates a hadith from her Kool Aid Mujahid one of the greatest scholars of the next generation the Tabby own, he narrates a hadith from God out of the Allahu taala Anna Abu Yahya bin Malik and as the narrator a hadith from her, and there are others who married a hadith from her as well. One of the very

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remarkable ahadeeth that are narrated by God, or the Allahu taala on her is found in Sahih Muslim, where she says that it's illegal Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi

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wa sahbihi the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to visit me early in the morning time, and I was sitting, making the decree that the speech of Allah subhanaw taala I was engaged in the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala polyhydroxy hidden the prophets, a lot of them had some things to take care of. So he went to go take care of whatever he had to do. So my Raja kariba ministering the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came back almost at noontime hours later, for Karla Mslt parida. She says I was still sitting there doing Vic up to speed and he says, You've been sitting here the entire time for hours.

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Hold, you know, I said yes, I've been sitting here engaging in remembrance of Allah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at that time said, Allah, Allah mukhi Kelly Martin, no agenda beginner adilette hoonah

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Shaolin or losing a beginner

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was at a tuner, the profits, a lot of them said, shall I not teach you a few words, that if you were to measure these few words, against your hours, upon hours upon hours of devotion, they would be equal, they will be equal.

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So she said, of course, a messenger of God, please teach me please instruct me please instruct me and the Prophet sallallahu I say the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught her the following words. So behind a lucky either the country he Subhana Allah he's in at Archie. So Hannah law he didn't have see he Subhana luckyme data can imati three times each. So behind Allah, which is a proclamation about the perfection, and the magnificence and the glory of Allah that are absolutely perfect and glorious is a law that I offer the praise and the glorification of a law in accordance with the number of his creation.

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Then I offer a glory, the glorification and the praise of a law that is befitting the beauty and the majesty of his throne. I offer the praise and the glorification of Allah, so that he may be pleased with me in a way that he is pleased with. And I offer the praise and the glorification of a law

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according to the number of blessings that he has showered upon his creation. So behind a lucky either the Hulk Rahim Subhana Allah He Xena Takashi soheila lucky they don't have to heat so behind Allah He means that they can be mighty. He taught her these particular words and our mother, Julia radi Allahu taala. And her taught these words to all of us, and they're authentically narrated in the Sahih Muslim. And just to conclude here, about our mother, Judy, Judy out of the Allahu taala

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That she would go on to live until the there are two narrations. Some say that she lived to the year 50 after his 50 after, so she lived 40 years after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and she passed away at that time, and some say she lived until the year 56 after hegira and she passed away about 46 years after the passing of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam radi Allahu taala on her May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with her, and May Allah subhanaw taala. grantor grant us her company in the life of the hereafter in paradise. And we'll go ahead and conclude here by talking about our mother god no the Allahu taala Anna in the following session. The reason also why I'm kind

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of concluding here a little bit more brief than I usually do is because the next event to talk about is the third major event that was after the Battle of the new Masonic that occurred on the return from this campaign. And that is the very

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powerful and very major incident from the life of the prophet to Luddism known as walking, if, which was the incident of the splendor of our mother, he shot of the Allahu taala on her and everything that transpired so that'll require maybe even more than one session. So inshallah we'll delve into that next. In the next session. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything that we shouldn't hurt Subhan Allah who become de semana columbium dek Allah Allah illa Anta

Juwayriyah Ra, The Mother Of The Believers

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