Seerah 145 – Jafar Returns From Habashah
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah he was actually he he marry.
inshallah, continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a certain number we had the prophetic biography.
In the previous our last few sessions we've been
so as I was saying, inshallah, continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In the previous few sessions, we've been talking about
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during his lifetime, one of the major events from the seventh year of the hijet, which was the beginning of the seventh year of the hijet, which was the campaign, the battle, the incidence of labor, and how the profits, a lot of the Muslims, they went to labor, they marched labor, and they were able to achieve victory there. And then we've talked about kind of the aftermath of it, and some of the subsequent,
you know, events and some of the interactions that occurred there. We talked about the profits alonnisos marriage to Sophia or the Allahu taala on how the mother of the believers and we talked about a few other things. What we're going to be talking about today in sha Allah, bead ninja is at the end of the battle of haber. Something very, very heartfelt something very emotional occurs after the Battle of Tabor has concluded, and that is Jaffa had been to be thought of, or the Allahu taala and who, who is the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He is the older brother of Alabama Vitaly, he is the son of Abu Talib, the uncle of the prophets a lot he Sam who practically
raised the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
So, Jaffa he had migrated he had taken he had gone to Abba senior to Habesha at the instruction of the prophets allottee system. And not only that, but he was appointed by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as the leader of the community there, and as the caretaker of the Muslims While they were there, after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had arrived in the city of Medina, and the news had reached at the senior Habesha East Africa. The news had reached there that the prophets of Islam has migrated to Medina, Medina to Managua, which has become a safe haven a safe place for the Muslims and the prophets. Allah Islam is building a community there. Many of the Muslims who had
gone to Habesha had already started to come and arrive in Medina, the remainder of the community there, which in seminarians, at mentions was maybe 20 to 30 individuals, right? There's about 17 men who are mentioned by name and along with them, there were some women folk as well. And including there were some sisters who had gone there, some women so habia, two had gone there, with their husbands and their husbands had passed away there, so they were widows. But nevertheless, there was a community of maybe 20 to 30 people at the most, who was still residing there and I'm a senior. At that time, the prophets a lot of them sent. Even omega a baumannii, radi Allahu taala and who this
was a very dependable and reliable Companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who was very adept at traveling he was very accustomed to traveling, he was familiar with many different places, the prophets a lot of them sent him specifically with a message to Jaffa the Allahu taala anhu that I would like for you to now return back, I would like for you to come and join your community again, I would like for you to come to the city of Medina. And now we are in a position to be able to take you in and our work there for now is done.
So at this particular time, it mentions that Jaffa de la Catalano in these 2030
Muslims are not by themselves. However,
there were some Muslims from the region from the area that we know as Yemen, who was known as Yemen at that time as well. There were Muslims. There were people who had accepted Islam in the region in the area of Yemen. very specifically amongst them. There was one tribe known as the Elijah de la Shani. Right Abu Musab ashari very famous, right? So the ashada Yun, this was a tribe that was there and a large number of this tribe had accepted a song. And they were looking to make their way to the city of Medina as well. So but the people in Yemen, what we know historically, that they were very embattled. They were people who had struggled greatly. financially. They were very harsh economic
conditions. They're in Yemen. So these are not very wealthy. These were poor people. And they were looking for some way somehow to be able to make it to the city of Medina, they boarded a ship, and they went on the ship and the ship ended up taking them to Abyssinia, to Habesha when they arrived there, they were informed that there are some Muslims here as well. And that was john federal, the Allahu taala on who and the remainder, the remaining Muslims there, the remaining Muslim community. So they went in they joined up with them. Jacqueline, when these people from Yemen, Abu Salah, Shadi and many of his tribes people, when they arrived there, Jaffa the Allahu taala, who informed them of
his plans to go to the city of Medina to move there and to basically take up residence there with the prophets, a lot of him in the community of the Muslims in the blessing city of Medina, they were also very happy. And they expressed the fact that their actual intent was to also go and join the prophets, a lot of them. So now all of them basically grouped together, and they traveled from Habesha and they came to the city of Medina.
And when they arrived in the city of Medina, when they arrived there, they found that the profits allocation was not in Medina, they were informed that he was a little bit away from the city of Medina place thing came up. And we had been camped out there for quite some time because of the siege of Cuba. And then slowly one after another, taking down the forts of labor. So they were informed that they are at haven. So this entire contingent of the Muslims, the Moroccans who had lived in a senior now. And if you actually do the math, you realize that some of them have lived in Abba, Samia for nearly 15 years. Right? They went there in the beginning of the fifth year of
hegira. So that right there is nearly eight years, and then the first six years of Medina here, right, so 1415 years, and some of them who went a little bit later have still been there for like 13 years. Right? So they've been away for a very long time. And so they arrived there, they are so ecstatic and so excited and somewhat anxious to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that they decided that you know what, we're not going to sit here and wait for everyone to come back. And they just said we're going to go ahead and go to haven they had received news by that time that the Muslims were enjoying victory after victory, okay, but it was stable. It was set and the prophets
Allah The sun was still there, kind of wrapping everything up. So they decided we're not going to wait. We're going to go and see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam there.
So the narrations mentioned there are many different Sahaba who mentioned these narrations. One of the most famous of these narrations is by Abu Salah Shadi because now this contingent that's arriving at save up to meet the profits a lot. So it's not just American Muslims who lived in Brasilia, it's also those Yemeni Muslims as well. Abu Salah Shari was amongst them. So he has a famous a very famous narration from the Sahaba mumble hottie where he talks about it and he says that we were about 50 some odd people who had taken a ship and we had reached how Bashar there we met with Jaffa gonna be solid and we went to Medina and then we found out the prophets a lot. This
was October. So we went to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
and the narrations are very, very touching and very beautiful. That when they arrived at Faber than aerations mentioned Abdullah Abu Dhabi Allahu Allahu Abdullah bin Abbas or the Allahu taala and Mr.
Javid bin Abdullah the Allahu terrano. Many of them mentioned this, that when they arrived at Tabor and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw them from a distance and he saw Jaffa amongst them the prophets Allah assumes face lit up by seeing Jaffa This is my brother Jaffa right. And the prophets a lot of them even made a comment at that time where he said, Shabbat the healthy wahoo loopy
that you are not only like me in appearance Jaffa, the Lakota Lana used to resemble the prophets a lot. He some very very closely looked like his brother because they were cousins.
He said you're better healthy you look like me. And your character is like mine as well. What a huge compliment. Right? So the prophet SAW some his face lit up just at the sight of Jonathan in the process and smiled and was very excited. And in the Allahu taala I'm gonna have a narration Hadith basically, he says that when Java saw the prophets, Allah, Allah nagaraja, AG, Hajj Allah, Yanni Masha Allah region, wahiduddin, Avandia Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that when he saw the processor when he started running towards the process of the word he uses hydrilla is like skipping. Like he was leaping jumping forward leaping, skipping towards the profits a lot exam, he couldn't even walk
he was so excited to see the profits a lot of time again, when you reach the profits. A lot of the Sunday narration says the profits are lovely some walked up to him and the profits alladhi some held his head and the profits a lot of them kissed him on his forehead, the process of kiss jumping on his forehead.
Right, which is a sign of respect and love. And then the prophets a lot of them hugged him and embraced him. And the prophets a lot he said him said that I don't know what I am more pleased about today. The prophets a lot he said I'm said I don't know what I'm pleased about today. Am I more pleased by the victory of labor? Or am I more happy at the re of being reunited with my brother Jaffa?
Right so that was such a touching moment. And Jaffa the Allahu taala who comes in the profits a lot he simply embraces him and they meet with them. And not only that, but the the Muslims who had lived the process and I found the narration he says my daddy be egging him on and I said
I don't know what makes me happier. Be at mana Saku be fat he haber amigurumi Jaffa I don't know whether I'm more excited the fact that we achieved victory okay, but I'm more excited by the read by being reunited as my brother Java. Right. And there's some very touching narrations that the Muslims who had lived for 1314 years
out there and how they shop, you know, kind of isolated away from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they had they had gone through a lot. Right and just the idea and the thought of being away from the prophets, a lot of symbols very gut wrenching, it was very heavy, it was very difficult for them. So the narration mentions, there's a very interesting narration from Bahati the same narration of Abu Salah shoddy, that a smart been to amaze us mapping to amaze. He was an early Muslim from Mecca, Cora Shia
makia, who had accepted assignments he was amongst those people who had migrated who had gone to habitat for refuge sent by the prophets a lot exam. So she went and she was sitting with hafsa momineen have sub been to Amara, the Allahu taala. She was sitting with the mother of the believers, the wife of the prophet of hafsa, who is also the daughter of on top, right, so she was visiting with her she was sitting with her they were talking catching up exchanging stories, because they're both from Africa, right? So they're kind of reconnecting or the Allahu teller and who comes to visit Hopson and a smile sitting with her. So I'm one of the lucky children who says man Howdy.
I like the idea of a job. addcom So he said, who's visiting you? And she says a smile bintaro makes this is a smile. So amarante Allahu taala. Who says I'll have a Shia
Happy Friday. Right? And this is
like an uncle. Right? Because half size the friend of a small venture mace and armor is already Allahu taala was a father of him. So he's like an uncle. So he's somewhat teasing her. Right? Just like an uncle. Right? So he says, How about she got happy?
This is the the the habashi Yeah. Like she's not you know, from amongst them, like a stranger. So a smile says Nam. Yes. So Armando de la Coachella. I'm who realizes he's found something here. He's pressed a button. So again, in an uncle, kind of like an uncle type of manner, like a loving manner. Like an elder does like a father figure. He kind of continues pressing her buttons. He says subak now can be hegira.
We did his job before you.
We got to Medina before y'all did. Right. So he says For now, I have to be Rasulullah sallallahu some income. So we are closer to the profit of some of the newer. I've been with him to here the whole time. So I'm closer to him than you are. We have more right to him than you do. Right. He's just teasing or just bothering her lovingly, and for having but but she got really offended.
You can imagine, right? She got really offended. We'll call that kill our law. He said no, I swear to God, come tomorrow. So life's a lot easier than you think.
Jackie, I can wear a blue jacket.
She says no, that's not fair for you to say. You've been here with the profits a lot the whole time. If someone's hungry amongst you, he feeds you. She's talking about the miraculous incidents where the profits are some can make this much food suffice for 800 people. He finds a way to feed you. he advises you and teaches you and counsels you like you had spiritual food more important than physical food. You had spiritual food. What could not feed that in? We were in a place a few of them or she says we were in a land alborada alborada is very far from home. Strange Land we were strangers with bukoba
and a place that we were not from that we did not like it was not home. There was nobody there for us will have a shot we were there far away with Annika filagra Murphy rasulillah. And why did we stay there? Why did we do that? We did it for a lie. We did it for the Messenger of Allah. We made that sacrifice for Allah sake and for Allah's Messenger sake. What a Malachy and then she says I swear to God, la camuto Hama, shabu shabu Rama culture, Linda be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam well as
well Locky la Caliban What is he? Who, what?
And she says, I swear to God, I will not eat food. I will not drink water until I go and I tell the prophets listen what you said to me.
And I asked him about what you have said. And she says I will not lie. I will not exaggerate. I will not increase anything. I will exactly relay your words for Lamar Jackson to be salatu salam, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam returned home. Talat Yana de la she said, O Messenger of Allah, prophet of God, in alma falaka de Vaca Omer said this to me and he said that to me, and he said this to me, right, very upset.
So finally makuti lahu so the prophets a lot is a mass. What did you say to him that in the process of kind of gets it is our motto the Lakota language is affectionately kind of you know, playing with is like a nice so he says, What did you say back to him?
college altogether because I said this and I said that I told him like this. And then the profits a lot of them said they said, they've even gone he does not have more right to me than you do. When or when he has hobby he hits rotten wahida let him brag. Let him brag they did 100 off when i when i come and from Allah Safina t gerat.
But you people who boarded that ship, 14 years ago, you did two hitters. You went to Habesha and you came to Medina, don't let him teach you like that. You tell him you did two ages. He only did one
right. That's a two hour Mousavian at the end. He goes on to tell the story from the narration body. She says that Abu Musab da da da da Allahu Allahu. And the other people who had made this migration with us. Yeah, Tony out of silent. They used to come to me in groups repeatedly all the time. Yes, aluna unhaggle Hadith and he would tell us, please, please, please tell us again what the profitsystem said, because it was their virtue therefore Lila. They wanted to hear the beautiful words of the promises. I'm congratulating them being close to the prophets allowing some sacrificing for the profits that are making not one but two Digital's and the Prophet sons congratulating them.
She says mom and mom in a dunya shaken home beat up for a while I'm free and fuzzy, a member of Sarah and she said the most valuable thing in their lives was the fact that the processor had said this about them.
And then she goes on to say falletta Smart felucca to about musawah in the hooligans, sorry, do I haven't had enough money. Abu Salah Shari used to come to me regularly, just to hear this hadith from me over and over and over and over again. Right so you see these very touching beautiful interactions. Another narration Abu Salah, shouted out the Allahu taala who says that when they had arrived, it's a hadith of Sahih Muslim when they had arrived, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again, kind of welcoming, especially Okay, those who had gone to Habesha from Makkah, they were old community members, old family members returning back, but these people who came from Yemen,
they were new people in the community. Right and there was a pre Islamic thing I talked about it much much earlier. You know, in the in the Sierra series, that there was a little bit of a disparity there was a little bit of an issue cultural issue before Islam between the people of like Mecca and the Yemenis. Because the people of Yemen were, you know, I'd suffered through a drought and a lot of economic difficulty that used to come to MK as laborers at servants as workers. So the mccanns before Islam before Islam, pre Islamic Lee, Jackie
They should really look down on them. And that's why the process of there's authentic narrations where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says Allah, Yemeni, human human.
Right. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know used to say that the people of Yemen are good people, he said hikmah to Yamani, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, a man who your money will take much of your money. Yeah, the process of said he man having faith having belief is a Yemeni trait, having wisdom as a Yemeni thing, right to kind of counter the culture that was already in place. So these people came into profits obviously wanted to welcome them and integrate them into the community. And not only of course, the professor would never exaggerate, he spoke the truth, but look, what he how he also kind of welcomes them and congratulate them and gives them value in the community. So in
this narration, double Moosa says that the prophets allow the sunset in Isla de for a swatter Attila Shadi
and the Ashanti Yun that tribes people, they were very known as like performers and singers, or they have very beautiful voices. And when they came to Psalm, they came to Medina, they embrace the learning of the Quran and they became some of the most beautiful reciters of the Koran and the prophets. A lot of them said I recognize the beautiful sounds the beautiful voices of the Shahada Yun when they recite the Quran hanaa to Luna bit late one night sets in. What are the four My name is Lila hoomin A Swati Rani believe I can tell you which are the homes of the Ashanti yawn, just by the sounds of their recitation coming from their homes at night. Right. When you come to La aramoana
Zilla Hatton as a luminary, even though I don't know which are their homes I haven't seen during the day, which are their homes. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, however, that's not all. They're not just like devout people of worship. The prophets, a lot of them also said that they are also fighters and warriors. Right? They're brave people. And not only that, but when we said our shadow, the Allahu taala. And one another narration of Bahati. He says that when we arrived at haven in the process, and welcomed us and he embraced us and, you know, took us in, at that time, even though the battle was over the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he allocated some of the
spoils of war to Hana in that were recovered, he allocated some of them for us, even though we didn't participate in the battle, just to again, give us something to start off our new lives with. Right That was the care and the consideration of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, towards these people who were coming and joining the community.
Now, one of the topics now to kind of talk about a secondary topic.
And I've talked about this before as well. We first were introduced to this particular concept after discussing and learning about the Battle of
the Prophet. Somebody had made a comment after the Battle of butter
when it came to the spoils of war, right, the goods that are recovered after the battle the profits a lot he said them, the narration says kinda yeah Coronavirus and nephila the profits a lot nice. I'm really used to dislike the distribution of the spoils of war. He disliked it. Like it's a necessary, it's a necessary thing. It has to be done. But he did not like it. Because its wealth, its money, it clouds people's intentions and judgments like not that the Sahaba would let their judgment or their sincerity get clouded. But the challenges it's challenging, right. That's it to make sure that you're still doing it for a lion, not for the cash or the money. Right. So there are
some things because haber was probably one of the largest spoils of war that they received some of the Sahaba even comment by saying that we never knew what it was like to be able to not sleep hungry until that happened.
That was the first time in Islam ever since we became Muslim, and became part of the community that we knew what it was like to sleep and not be starving and hungry. Right. So favorite, quite a bit was recovered. But that came with the challenges that I've talked about. And I wanted to kind of highlight them just so that we remember and it's a powerful reminder about the importance of sincerity and knowing not just what we're doing but why we're doing what we're doing. Right. So there's a couple of different incidents here. One particular incident had mentions that Abu Ghraib or the alarm teller and who inhabits the body Hari, he says that when we got the spoils of war at
haber, there was not gold nor silver but rather it was camels, goats, supplies, you know, tools, things like that. So he says that when we left Tabor and we reached a place of why the Emperor which we'll be talking about a little bit later, there was a slave, you know, who had become Muslim and who
joined up with the Muslims and was kind of, you know, taking care of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was guarding the prophets, a lot of them, you know, at that time.
And his name was midam.
And what happened was that there was a stray arrow.
There was a straight arrow, because on the way back, there were still pockets of people little, you know, bandits or little remaining kind of like people who had kind of fled from the forts, who were still trying to ambush the Muslims. So a straight arrow came in, and he was walking on the side of the profits a lot. He said them, and they ended up striking him in the it ended up striking him and he died from being struck by that error. So when he died on the spot, the Sahaba said honey and Allahu Shahada. They said, Wow, so lucky. He Shahid
in the path of a law
hit by a straight arrow, Garden, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Wow. Right. We envied him. And then at that time, some divine revelation inspiration was given to the prophets a lovely sentiment, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Keller said no, no, no, you're mistaken. He said, When leadin fcba de I swear by Allah, in a sham letter, Lottie asahiyama, hybrid lamb to Simha.
He had a shawl that he was wearing.
And the prophets, a lot of them said that shawl was not his.
It was not given away in distribution. Rather, what happened was before the spoils of war were distributed, because he was kind of serving the prophet SAW something he was around, he saw this shawl in the pile of goods, and it had not been distributed yet. He went over there, and he kind of snatched a shawl for himself, all you have to do is come and ask, you kind of took it.
And then the profits, a lot of them said, Let us start a loop on a neuron. And because of taking that now, he is punished in the fire,
with public funds, with community money. Is that, like, serious? And it's that important. And it's such a precarious and dangerous sensitive issue.
Right, that we have to be very, very cautious and careful,
at some level, what we should take from this and this is not only the only case
when the prophets alarmism said this a man comes to the profits a lot he some with a spear. He comes to the processor, some with the spear. And he said How about going to a sub to who he says that this is also something I picked up out of the the collection before it was distributed? And he gave it back in the profits of some shirakami. Now, the process of said this spear from the fire of hell is good, you gave it back.
Right? that a lot of times there's two dynamics. Number one, a lot of times we're very overzealous, we're very ambitious, right to kind of be in charge, get involved, have control, have our hand in the pot, have our fingers and things because we see it as some semblance of control or authority.
But this is such a dangerous thing. Such a dangerous thing. Be very cautious and very careful. On the other side, this should not discourage us from working in the community and doing work where work is needed where work needs to be done. But
if you are capable of serving the community in a particular capacity do so. But never ever let your guard down. Never let your guard down in disregard. Always be very cautious and careful of what kind of Cydia karate Allahu taala and who we all know the famous story when he assumed the reins of de la
and he was heading out to the marketplace and you had the cloth and armor of the local salon you said yeah Baba Where do you go? Where are you going? And so I got to go earn a living for my family said no, no, no. If you're gonna go on living for your family, who's gonna take care of you online? We need you there taking care of people will fix the stipend and allowance from the base amount that will support you and your family. very reluctantly set okay.
There's a couple of things. What one time Oh man, the wife of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala. I knew she says that. I wanted to prepare some type of fancy food that we used to have back in the day. Abu Bakar was very well to do once upon a time. So and he had given everything for the sake of Islam.
And so she said I wanted to kind of make something kind of nice that we hadn't had
Long time a delicacy desert something. And so she says I kind of really was very difficult before a weekly allowance I've just kind of scraped a little bit off to the side, you know, saved a buck each week or 50 cents each week off to the side for a few weeks until I was able to collect enough extra on the side. And then I prepared this little fancy dessert something and I served its Abu Bakar the Allahu taala I worked so hard, I prepared it for him. I served it to him.
And when he saw it, you know, he of course, it's a blessing from Allah Bismillah he had some he enjoyed it, thanked her said, Come to LA so on so forth, then the answer is like, how did we afford this?
And she said, You know, I've been kind of saving a little bit off to the side until I was able to get it together.
So he said, How much were you able to save off to the side and she says, you know, 50 cents a week. He says, Okay, thank you. He goes over taboo obey the law. The law was the keeper of the beta man. He said, I'd like you to decrease my allowance by 50 cents each week.
I get too much Republic funds, so much money.
So one of the wisdoms in that the Sharia is one of the wisdoms of the legislation from the prophets a lot he settled where he said that money that the Zakat funds are haraam. sadaqa money is haram is not permissible for the profits of him and his family.
So nobody would ever be able to lift a finger and say that he and his family take from the public funds.
When Abu Bakr radi Allahu sallahu was leaving this world as he passed away, called his daughter eyeshadow, the Allahu taala on her, our mother, he called her and he said to her, I have such and such garden outside of the city of Medina, one of my old property, so belongs to me, it's in my name. You don't I want you to go, I want you to sell the garden, it should sell for about this much. I've done the math. And in the two and a half years, this is the amount of money that I've taken from the beta Marla's allowance, that garden should sell for a little bit from for that much plus a little bit more. And I want you to donate that whole amount to the beta mile I returned everything I
do from there.
I'm not gonna have that on my shoulders on the Day of Judgment.
When she did that, was a Khalifa by the appointment of a walk out of the Atlanta when she did that. And she brought her luggage on who said Your father has made my life so difficult.
Your father's most is the most difficult man to follow. And how I'm ever going to live up to his example. Those are shoes to fill.
Even hotel and one time he comes home and somebody had donated some musk and perfume and you know, the must used to be kind of like in a in a in a kind of solid form. Right? Like, like a block of cheese. Imagine how it looks like like that a solid form. It was very expensive.
Somebody had donated that to the beta man.
he comes home and he sees his wife, his wife will try to help him around, you know, and kind of assist in different things. So he saw her kind of weighing the mask and writing it down and jotting it down for deposit into the bank tomorrow. And he comes home and he sees her. He says What are you doing? She's what I'm helping you. It just came in. I know you'd have to sit and do it. And I figured I'd do it so that you get back after a long day of taking care of people. You don't have to worry about it. Like accounting work, I'll take care of it for you.
And he said that no.
We cannot benefit from the public funds. You say what do you mean benefit? I'm just measuring it. He goes, there's some of that smell rub off on your hands. She said Yeah. And he said, Well, what did you do with it? She said smells nicer.
And he said that that right there. That's for the public fund. It's not for us to be perfuming ourselves in our clothes in our home.
Look at the look at the meticulousness of these people. The integrity, we talked about the glory days of the oma but we have to remember these were people who cared about these things, small things, we call them small things, small things, your huge things. Right. So this is a little story, an incident from that distribution of the spoils of war. at that particular time.
There are two other things that I'd like to mention here brief incidents in the aftermath of the Battle of haber. While we have some time, very short five, shouldn't take more than 510 minutes. Two more quick, short incidents in the aftermath of labor that occurred that I'd like to share. The next thing is very, very well known very well documented, and that is the incident of the profits a lot of them being poisoned.
So in the aftermath of Hey, but what happened was our shadow the Allahu taala talks about this in a very brief narration and then I'll bring the more detailed narration in Makati inshallah, we'll be lucky to learn how and
Hooray for the Allahu taala who mentioned lambda Faber after the victory of labor over the aerosolized allottee Jim Shelton Fie as someone there was somebody brought a gift to the professor somewhere they had taken like a sheep. They had taken a lamb, they had roasted it and brought it to the profits allottee some as a as a gift, here's some dinner for you to share with some people, and they have been poisoned.
And the more detailed narration from the Muslim giving my madman and other books like from the sun and Abu Dawood as well, I bought everything along with john who says that there was a woman from amongst some of the Jewish tribes that had lost the battle of labor, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam I'd mentioned this previously, he allowed the people of labor to stay there to live there to continue to maintain their farms, and just said that they would have to pay tax to be now what we can call them with some government, the Muslim state in this base out of the city of Medina.
So one of these women who was there, she prepared this animal and she had poisoned the food and she sent it for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Now the narrations mentioned that the prophets a lot of them sat down, to eat the food. And
along with the profits a lot a some there were some other people there, one particular person that was there with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who also ate from it.
seminarians mentioned that there were a few people. But there's one person in particular whose name is mentioned, his name is Bishop, ignorant Bara even my
Bishop, the son of Al Bara, even modeled al Bara even model was a very, very senior companion of the Prophet Salafi something like senior in age, he was an unsavoury. They were from the people have been to Selma. He had become Muslim, and he was considered a leader of his tribe. But when he became Muslim was a very big deal for the people in pre Islamic Medina yesterday, it was a very big deal because him accepting Islam was like a statement of acceptance of Islam, for the community, it became okay for others to become Muslim. And he was a very respectable companion to the process. And he passed away shortly. And the process of some said very beautiful things about him. The process
I've had a lot of, you know, appreciation for him. His son bishan wasn't one of the people there with the prophets, a lot of them so when they came, he was put down the process and called people, they took some of the meat in the process, some eight ambitious 30 to eat as well with the processor. And after eating a little bit of profits, a lot of simple vicious stop in faraway do come the others who were there who are about to start eating, he said, remove your hands, and Toby should put the food down.
And then the profits a lot. He said this food has been poisoned.
And they called some of the leaders of that tribe and the prophets a lot he someone even asked them some questions. And the prophets, a lot of them said, I will ask you some questions. If I asked you Will you tell me the truth? And they said, Of course we would always tell you the truth.
And the prophets, a lot of them said, okay, you know, who was the so in so forefather of your tribe?
And they actually lie. And the process Some said You're lying.
And they said, Okay, we're sorry. And then he said, Well, if I ask you another question, will you tell me the truth? And he said, Yes. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said that,
you know, who are the people who will go in the fire of hell?
And then or, and then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, what you like to me previously, and they said, Well, you knew we were lying. So you'll know if we're lying again. And so who will go into fire village, they said, We will go there for a little bit, but then we'll be removed from there and then you people will go into fire after us.
Right? And then the prophets, a lot of them said, No, you're absolutely wrong. That's not correct. That's not true. And then the prophets Allah said, I will ask you another question. Will you tell me the truth? And he said, Yes. The prophets alabi, some said, was this food poisoned? And they said, Yes.
And eventually the prophets, a lot of them found out who was a woman who had poisoned in the Prophet solos and called for her and he said, Why would you do this? Why would you do this? And she says to the Prophet, sallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam urato Allah. I wanted to know. I wanted to test in container Namibian. First, usually or uncle Lago.
If you're really a prophet, God will tell you
what in Kentucky demon Rehan, NASA nunca. And if you're a liar, then I'm going to be doing everybody a favor by getting rid of you.
Right? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the ultimate gesture of just graciousness. The prophets a lot of him in the Hadith Abu Dhabi dismissed her from out of
Makkah, the Prophet says and told her go,
no punishment go. What you've done is wrong. You need to know what you did is wrong. Go.
But the matter becomes further complicated. Your mama basically Rahim Allahu taala mentions in narrations that
The other Sahabi, who had actually eaten some of the meat Bishop, he immediately like the narrations mentioned, like his colors started to change. He started to feel a lot of pain, break into sweats, started seeing seeming like he was very ill. So they tried to nurse him to health. But eventually, sometime later, he died and he passed away from the poison.
Right. And when he died now that she had actually caused the death of someone, now it mentions that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that this is a case of the sauce.
You take someone's life, and you face the penalty. So then, now officially for himself, yet forgiven her. But now that this was a legal issue, the profits all of a sudden summoned her called for and then she was executed as a punishment for having murdered somebody poisoned somebody to death. All right.
And not only that, but the narrations mentioned that one time, the sister of Bishop came to visit the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
basically, talk to her
about, you know, the death of her brother. So yeah, it mentioned so let me mention a few things. The prophets Allah regarding some he himself kind of felt because he had eaten a little bit he felt the effects of some of the poison as well. So what the prophet SAW the son did was before he returned back, he actually had what we call blood cupping. hijama performed on him the john hijama blood cupping, yet that performed to provide some relief. And it remained the habit of the profits all of a sudden, that whenever you would kind of feel the pain of it, he would have that blood cupping done. The hijama done. And not only that, but unnecessarily Allahu Allahu Anahata Bukhari and Muslim
he says, from us into
the eating of the poison had caused, like some type of effect on the some narrations mentioned the inner lip.
And some mentioned the top of the mouth on the inside that had left a little bit of an effect like there were some blisters or something there and had left like some effect you could see there was some change of color.
And Anasazi Allahu taala was very close to the Prophet says and he said whenever he would smile or open his mouth or something, I could see the spots where he had had gotten like some of the sores and blisters from that poison that he had taken in
until the end of his life. Not only that, but as I was mentioning, towards the end of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a day or two before he passed away.
The sister of Bishop, radi Allahu taala, and who came to visit the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And when she came to visit the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her name, she was also known as oui oui, but she was actually the sister of bishop. She came to visit the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he said Yama, Yama, Bishop, in the huddle in the huddle, our widget to
UCLA theological tomorrow, ma ke, ke behave, but I still feel sometimes the payment and some of the physical after effects of that poisoned meat that had eaten along with your brother at the table.
Right. So that was something else that occurred in the aftermath of the Battle of labor, law, the profits a lovely son was able to survive that. But nevertheless, there was a death that occurred due to that. The last thing that I mentioned here, very short narration and incidents, but something very interesting, very human moment, if you will, in a huge teaching opportunity and learning opportunity for us a teaching moment and a learning opportunity for us. In the narration of Mr. Mohammed had mentioned that as they were returning back from haibo, they camped out on a particular place. And it was actually the time on the way back from haber when the marriage of the Prophet
sallallahu Sallam occurred to Sophia or the Allahu taala. And they had the walima and everything.
at that particular time, everybody was up a little bit later than usual because of the feasts, the prophets a lot of these Madhouse as the walima.
And when everybody finally went to sleep at night in the camp, the prophets a lot of them specifically on that night instructed below the Allahu cherono because everyone's tired because of the journey. Everyone's sleeping a little bit later than ideal. You need to stay up tonight.
You need to stay up tonight so that we don't end up missing fudger so beloved of the Allahu taala and who says that I sat down like in the direction of where the sun would come up so that I could start to see the lightning the horizon and see kind of the the time and he says that there was the camel was sitting behind me
So I was sitting there, you know, alert waiting for that morning hour. And I felt a little while I got I got a little tired. So I just kind of leaned back against the candle that was sitting behind me. I leaned back against it and on those loss
and he said I was out and everyone was out in the sun came up further as well. And the profits along the sun was the first one to wake up and he comes out of the tent.
And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He comes out of the tent, and the prophets a lot recently saying mother Sonata binhai Gabriella, what did you do to us below? What did you do and belong to the a lot of wakes up in a panic and he's very nervous and he says, Yasuo Allah, O Messenger of Allah. Bien FC Allah De Sica.
He says, a prophet of Allah, same thing happened to me that happened to you.
Right, I overslept. I'm so sorry. The prophets a lot of assumptions so that it's okay. It's alright. It's okay happens that it's human. Then the prophets have some said wake everybody up. And they woke everybody up in the prophets. Alavi Some said, Everybody get up immediately pack up and move.
Like kind of wake everybody up.
And they started moving and they stopped at another place and they stopped there. And then the Prophet says, I'm told everybody now do we'll do. Everyone did we'll do and then they lined up in the process and told me that or the olano called the oven, line everybody up and everybody lined up and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam led them in prayer
island for a Carmela salata was suddenly became a super hot and then the prophet SAW some lead the federal prayer, and after the prayer was done, and the prophets Allah decent turn to the Muslims, the Sahaba and he said, the famous narration,
man nesea, Salatin funny you suddenly handed out
whoever misses a prayer should pray it as soon as they remember get the opportunity to do so. And then the prophets a lot he said, I'm said faking Allahu Allah call because Allah has said, welcome is salata, Lee Vickery. Soon as you remember, pray, and then process um, that was the story of having Mr. Frederick prayer, but immediately, you know, making that prayer up in the process and taught us the etiquette of doing so. So of course, we don't take this as a license to deliberately Miss prayer. But we realized through the, through his own example, the process he was teaching us, everyone has a human moment. And when you have a human moment of weakness, you try to recover and
make up for it as soon as you can, the best you can. And then the last thing I'll mention here is as they were journeying back in the hadith of Bokhari Abu Musab al Sharia, the Allahu taala, who says that they were walking through a valley and the Sahaba was saying very, very loud, global screaming, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar La ilaha illa Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in Burma I'm fishing come relax, it's okay. Take it easy. Thank you. He said Take it easy relax in the come later the owner Awesome. Well, aha, even you do not call a God who is deaf? Or who is absent in the country their own SME, or even work on my heart? Can you called someone who hears you who is near
And he is always with you.
And I will musella shadow the local salon Who says that? I was writing behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the prophets of love Islam heard me saying the words that I will I will not go to 11 Law and the Prophets a lot he turned to me and he said the Abdullah in the case it's a boon says name. He says well to the bakery out of school I said yes or messenger of God. He said a lot of De Luca Allah Kalamata min Tenzin genetti. Do you want me to teach you some words that come from the treasures of paradise? I said, balaia rasulillah. Of course, we that gotta be what me, I would give anything for you Please teach me and he said La La La quwata illa Allah, meaning he was
congratulating him, what you were saying is beautiful. And it is a treasure from the churches of paradise. So inshallah with that we'll conclude here, we talked about a lot of very beautiful things are reuniting the love of the profits, a lot of them had for the Sahaba for the Muslims, how the process of them cared about people's feelings and what they were sensitive about. We talked about some of the the caution and the care that we should have with public funds. We talked about some of the challenges from the life of the Prophet Salafi some where he was poisoned by the enemy. And not only that, we talked about this very human you know, experience that sometimes if we do slip up the
lesson taught to us by the process admins immediately get back up and make sure you fix the issue and you fix the mistake. And then finally, we see the profits a lot. Sometimes you miss the value of the remembrance and the vicar of a La La La La quwata illa Allah, may Allah subhanho wa Taala give us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard. So Hana light will be handy somehow Nicola hungry hamitic Mashallah. La Ilaha Illa
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