Seerah 149 – Marriage To Maymunah
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The Marriage To Maymunah And Adoption Of Hamzaha’s Daughter
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shala continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a siracha, we are the prophetic biography.
In the previous session, we were talking about the ombre of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And as we talked about, this was the second time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, assumed the state of Islam. Right, it's described as the second Amara, the first time he didn't actually perform the rights of the camera, it counts as an ombre get the reward of the camera, the minor pilgrimage, because they were blocked from entering into McCain, the Treaty of who they be occurred. The second time the prophets a lot. He said, I'm Dawn the ROM and went into the state of Iran, the sacred state was to actually do what can be called the follow up on our the makeup camera, which they did a year later, per the terms of the Treaty of who they be. So we talked about the entirety of the camera and
the procedure and the performance of the camera. And as we had mentioned, the Treaty of who they BIA had stipulated that they would have three days to remain in Mecca, perform their own right and then remain there for a duration of three days, to enjoy, to be able to worship, to be able to spend time at the bottom at the Kaaba and so on and so forth.
What we're going to be talking about today is three things specifically. I had mentioned this at the end of the session previously, we're going to be talking about three things. Number one, we're going to talk about the exits of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Makkah. There's even a story there was a little bit of detail I mentioned in the previous session, there was some tension in the profits a lot he assumes leaving the city of Mecca.
The second thing that we're going to be speaking about is the marriage or excuse me, the second thing we're going to talk about is the adoption of the daughter of Hamza radi Allahu Allahu Hamza, even Abdul muttalib, the uncle of the prophets, a lot of them the adoption case of his daughter, the custodianship the guardianship of his daughter. The third thing that we're going to be talking about is a marriage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to the mother of the believers may Muna radi Allahu Allah, Allah maimunah bentyl Hadith. And we'll speak about them in this particular order in sha Allah. So the very first thing is about the exit of the prophets a lot he sent from the city
of Mecca. So we were talking about the narration previously where it says that throughout the entirety of the three days, throughout the entire three days, the Muslims the prophets, a lot of the some of the Muslims were in the city of Mecca, performing Umrah, worshipping at the Kaaba doing tawaf drinking zum zum so on and so forth. The whole time they were there, what's it about three gentlemen? ashrafi min. ashrafi. Mashallah Gina, and young through Illa Rasulullah. He Salafi cinema, Hasan wahana pan when I first set and what has hidden will hurt you? ll Honda Mati. So I talked about how a lot of crowd had kind of gathered around and we're watching them the whole time,
but many of the leaders for the entire three days, the prophets, a lot of Islam, and the Muslims would be in Mecca, even though there was the Treaty of Libya. This is a very important thing to note, because as we're going to be talking about it is the machinery cone, it is the people of operation is the people of Makkah, who violated the Treaty of navia, as we're going to be talking about very soon, but even up until the point where they actually violated the treaty. Even prior to that there are some very stark very clear indicators about their conduct, about their behavior, about the way that they their attitude towards the prophets, a lot a seminar Muslims, and we saw
that with their arrival into the city of Mecca. And we see that here as well that many of the leaders the chiefs of Quraysh, they left the city of Mecca.
almost out of protest, out of protest, again, not explicitly saying that they were against this because there was a written treaty in place. But almost as a form of like quiet protest, they decided to leave the city of makoa 100 Ilhan Omar, they went out to the outskirts of Makkah to a place called kendama. And they stayed there for an entire three days, saying we don't want to be there. We don't want to see this all happening. Whatever is written in the treaty, it's going to happen. But we don't have that doesn't mean that we have to stand by and support it and watch it and be a part of it. And so you kind of see that their attitude and their conduct was very adversarial.
It was very confrontational, very passive aggressive. So the prophets a lot of them in the Sahaba stayed in the city of Mecca for three days. And when the morning of the fourth day arrived, when the three days were complete for llama and us Baja, meningioma rajbari tahu suhaila menorrhagia. So he'll be number one who ate live even Abdullah as Rosa. So these two peoples who had been hammered in Hawaii Tim, now Sue Haley bin Ahmed is a very interesting person because he was the primary negotiator on behalf of the forage for the Treaty of who they BIA. He came along with her wait table was another basically representative of the leadership of the Qureshi. They came to the Prophet
salatu salam, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was sitting in a gathering of the unsought many of the Medina Muslims who had come to perform Ramadan. With the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the prophets. Nelson was having a conversation with Sabino Baba, who was one of the leaders of the unsought for Saha who waited. Even Abdullah Reza noona Shizuka Allah will act de la Maharaja min Alina vaca, Marathi Salas, he says that I evoke you, I invoke the name of God, I invoke the name of God and I invoke the covenant, the contract that we have in place the treaty that we were both a party to that you have not yet exited our land, while three days have passed. This is not how you speak to an
ally. This is not how you speak to supposedly a friend. Right? But this is how we walked in for Saha, he screams this in the middle of the gathering, MC turning it into a scene basically creating a scene for Colorado, Nevada, Southern Nevada response he retorts. And part of the responses have been are about that is just the blatant the outright disrespect and attitude that he's showing towards the profits a lot he sent him.
So he says conductor, la omaka. laser beam out of the guy will be out of the Abba, will La La
Sabina rabada, it's kind of one of those moments of you need to watch yourself.
You need to be careful how you talk and who you talk to. So he kind of says he says you lie. In Malacca, it's like an expression literally translated means you don't have a mother. But in Arabic, the expression basically means Didn't anyone teach you any manners?
Didn't anyone teach you any manners.
And then he says this is not your land. Nor is this the land of your forefathers. What he means by that is this is that what he means by that is that this is the land of
the land of Allah. This is the land of Allah, has he under law. This is the land of Allah, the entire Earth, everything belongs to a law. All right. So in the law, he was here Everything belongs to God. Right. And then particularly, this is the harem. This is the this is the sanctuary, a holy sacred place.
This is the place the house of God leaving your land.
And so he kind of responds back to him. Because he doesn't appreciate how he's speaking to the prophets a lot. He said them, and particularly you think about it's also very aggravating. You call yourself an ally. And then you come and you confront me this way. What kind of an alliance what kind of an alliance is this? And so he says, We're lucky laya he says, No, the profits are large, some will not leave, shall not leave. It's very emotional. And sad men are about that are the Allahu taala angle, this leader of the unsought he was known as being somebody who was very passionate. He was very emotional. You get really riled up. So you see that here
from another Rasulullah sallallahu, sommerso heylen Rahu Ativan? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Everybody calm down and he said, suellen, Suhail and who ate him, the two representatives of the police. He said, may I please speak to you? Let me talk to you have a seat.
Now, this is part of the story that I will be talking about at the very end of the session here today, but just very briefly, to mention
When the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam was coming down from Medina to Makkah, when they were coming down in Iran to perform Umrah from Medina, to Mecca. at that particular time, there was a proposal that was presented to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for marriage. And that was for a woman by the name of maimunah bentyl Harris for the Allahu taala and her and I'll be talking more about the proposal who gave her proposal what exactly the details were so that I can kind of speak about that all in one place, and it doesn't seem scattered and confusing, but nevertheless, proposal was given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about Mei Mei munari, Allahu Allah, Allah and
the prophets. A lot of them accepted the proposal, she accepted the proposal and the arkad the Kitab or the nigga?
Right, the actual marriage ceremony was performed on the way from Medina to Mecca on the way from Medina to Makkah, the marriage was not as we say, consummated, they did not move in together they did not have the walima because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was in a state of Iran
and physical intimacy with one spouse is not permissible in the state of Iran. Okay. So, for that very reason they sacked the marriage proposal was made the contract was done the job in COBOL Do you accept or do you make the groom is asked to you give the proposal Do you accept her into your marriage and use funds by accepting and then the wife or the bride in this case has to be asked that Do you accept being given into the wedlock the marriage of such and such of so and so? And she accepts and that basically is a marriage contract then they got ceremony that was done on the way from Medina to Makkah. But the marriage was not consummated. They did not move in together yet. What
that basically means is that just the Kitab the awkward the nigga was done, but the Wilma had not been done yet. They are not began to live together yet. So the prophets a lot he said them due to this. And maimunah radi Allahu taala anha this woman, the mother of the believers, who would marry the prophets, a lot of them she had family in Mecca, which we'll be talking about later when we talk about her story
by itself towards the end of the session Sharla she had family in Makkah, so for that reason the prophets A lot of you some calls him and he says indeed had McAfee come in Ratan. I have married a woman who has family and relatives amongst you.
For my literal common amakusa tala Bihar, oneness now uttama for noccalula Taku Luna mana. I mean, this is how an ally speaks the prophets. A lot of them said I am married a woman who has family amongst y'all here in Mecca. So
how would it be harmful to you? If I was to stay for just a little while longer to the point where we can basically move in together have the actual wedding, the ceremony and followed by the walima that he says we will cook food, we will prepare food we will eat and you will eat with us with the profits. A lot of these suggested to put it into plain language. These machinic una maka, the leaders of the Quraysh the same ones who are calling him out who are yelling and screaming in spite of there being an agreement and an alliance and a pact. Okay, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam just invited them to his wedding.
said look, we're supposed to be allies. We're supposed to be on the same page. Quite literally. We have a contract. We have a pact and agreement.
Why don't you relax, take a deep breath. We're not going to be doing anything. We're gonna have a wedding. And then you come and celebrate my wedding with me.
Doesn't that sound like a great idea? Doesn't that sound like are you building Alliance? You would strengthen an alliance and they respond by saying new Nasheed Luca Lucha will aka Allah Hara Jana.
They said that no, once again, I invoke you in the name of God, and I invoke you in the name of the contract that we have signed, that you exit now. You leave us three days are up, go be gone, we're done.
And in some narrations, it's even more direct where they say things like Hello, Jana, leave us.
Leave Makkah we don't want you here.
Nevertheless, the profits are low. So this is where that tension occurs in some of the Sahaba are extremely extremely agitated by this particular behavior.
But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam comes down, some narrations even mentioned and I'll be talking about what the relationship there is. But the uncle of the prophets a lot he said on my bass, radi Allahu taala and who
He even comes and basically tries to reason with them. He comes and tries to reason with them. And he says, Listen, this is my nephew. And mamoon are the Allahu taala. And as we're going to talk about, she's his sister in law.
She's his wife's sister. So he says, It's, he's my nephew. She is my wife, sister. This is family. Am I not a respectable man amongst you
let this happen. What's the big deal? What's the problem?
But they're so stubborn. He's absolutely not. He has to leave and he has to leave now.
And the profits a lot of a sudden comes everyone down and says, Don't worry, this is not worth fighting over. Let us go.
Let's go ahead and head out. So that was how they exited even Mecca, where there was some tension that was created on the site of the Michigan crash. Nevertheless, the second thing that I wanted to talk about here
is as they were leaving
the city of Mecca,
there was another incident another case.
What happened in this particular case was and I laid this out as clearly as I can. Hamza, even Abdul muttalib Hamza radi Allahu taala, on the Hamza, the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, who was also a foster brother of the prophets, a lot of them they were nursed by the same woman. So, and hums out of the Allahu taala. And who was younger than the father of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam quite a bit younger. In fact, they had different mothers. So, the father of the prophets a lot, he said, I mean, out of the Allahu talanoa at the same father, but they have different mothers. So the reason why I mentioned that why that's relevant is hams that are the Allahu taala. And who
like you would assume an uncle to be hums out of the electron who is not a lot older than the prophets a lot. Just a little bit older than the prophets a lot. So, so they're very close in age to one another. And because of being very close to one another, they had a very, they were foster brothers, they were nursed by the same woman. They weren't gonna die He milk brothers, that's called an Arabic. And not only that, but their relationship had more of a dynamic of Big Brother little brother than it was uncle and nephew.
They were like brothers hams that are the Allahu taala and who was like the big brother of the prophets a lot. He said them, always an armor on the shoulder, looking out for him checking on him joking with him talking to him. Very close, very close. And that's why the prophets a lot he was so happy when he comes out of the Llano came to Islam. And that's also why the prophets a lot he was so distraught and upset and devastated. At the passing in the death of Hamza, the Allahu taala. On the murder of the assassination of Hamza, the Allahu taala. In the Battle of Ord. Nevertheless, they come here to Mecca, they perform the ombre. Now this whole situation occurs that we just talked
about, on leaving Mecca. And as they are leaving Mecca, something happens.
The daughter of hums out of the Allahu taala and who
is there in Makkah,
the daughter of hums out of the Allahu taala on who is there in Makkah, she comes out, she rushes out to the outskirts of the city of Mecca as they're departing.
And she comes out screaming,
yelling, calling, little girl.
And she comes out yelling Yummy, yummy,
Uncle Uncle please.
And she's very, she's, she's distraught. She's upset. She's panicking. This little girl's been by herself, lost her father. And the way the story is described the way it's laid out, it seems as if her mother maybe was not in the picture. So it's very likely it's very possible that maybe her mother passed away.
So she's by herself. And she knows that so many so so many members of her family have come to MK from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
whose her father's her deceased father, her late father's nephew and foster brother.
I live in evitando the Allahu taala. And Who is there? Who is your father's nephew?
Jonathan Bennett, Vitaly bizarre, who is also her father's nephew, Zaid bin haritha, who is like the adopted son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So again, his relationship with Hamza de la jolla and who was also like that of, you know, a brother.
she comes out, seeing that all these family members were here and they're leaving and she's gonna get
Left Behind again. So she's very upset and very distraught and she comes out Yeah.
Don't leave me here.
Take me with you.
For an hour Holly, you wrote the Allahu taala. And
I live in a bizarre liberati Allahu taala and who he holds your hand. Fatima, the Allahu taala Sangha, who is there on the journey as well Fatima, the daughter of the prophets, Allah vsam. She's there on the journey as well. She picks her up.
She picks her up, lifts her up and hugs her and comfort her. It's okay. It's okay.
They go to the profits, a lot of them and they say, oh, messenger of God, what do we do.
And at this point in time, something truly remarkable occurs.
They start to different members of the family come and they start to campaign then
they start to make their case state their case
for taking care of the daughter of homies out of the laquan for taking her in, like adopting her raising her as one of their own.
So the three people who come to the profits a lot easier to make a case. Are
they in Java?
So Allah, the Allahu taala, who says what occurred to
me? He says, Look, my wife already has her. Fatima, the daughter of the prophets a lot. She already has her. She's obviously comfortable with her. She recognizes Fatima. She knows Fatima. And she's also my uncle's daughter.
I feel a sense of responsibility to care for her.
Jaffer radi Allahu taala on who? He says it to me. Not only is she my uncle's daughter, so I feel a sense of responsibility. But here's the key thing. He says, well, ha let you have it.
He says Jaffer says My wife is actually her maternal aunt.
This particular Daughter of hums out of the Allahu taala on who her mother, the wife of Hamza, the Allahu taala, who and the wife of Jaffa were sisters. So he says not only is she my uncle's daughter, but my wife is her aunt, her holla.
And then zaven harissa he says Ebner to look on messenger of Allah, you raised me like as a part of your family. And just like Hamza was always a big brother to you. He was always a big brother to me.
She's like, my niece, has always looked out for me, I feel a sense of responsibility to look after his daughter. So they all make their case. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says, aloha Allah to be Mansehra till
Allah to be mansilla till the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that the maternal aunt, the Hala is in the place of the mother.
And I don't want to get into too many technical details and discussions here. Many, you know, anyone who basically has a relationship with their color with their mother sister kind of knows that that's the dynamic. Your color is oftentimes a very motherly type figure.
Your relationship with her mirror is very much your relationship with your own mother, very similar dynamic.
And then the second thing is also the fact that and I don't want to get into the technical details here. But based off of this, many of the scholars are also of the opinion that God forbid, God forbid, but indication in the instance, that a child loses their mother,
or even both parents, that the first person in line to take care of the child is actually the Hala because of the statement of the profits a lot easier.
Because she is closest to being like a mother. And that's why I said I don't want to get into technical details. Some say that no, it's the maternal grandmother, etc, etc. But nevertheless, that is actually a position based off of this as well. But he says Alcala to be mancilla till
the holidays like in the place of the mother, especially in the absence of the mother.
And then he so therefore, he says that for cada Holly Jaffa, he says Jaffer, you will be the guardian, the foster parent
of this child.
But then, this is something very beautiful. The prophets, Allah Salallahu alaihe salam, and this really tells you something how sincere each and every single one of them were, in really wanting to care for this child.
And how they truly wanted to look after this child.
That they were they were they were campaigning so hard and they were so sincere and so emotional. And so, you know, passionate in their plea, their profits, a lot of them consoled each and every single one of them with beautiful statements. He said you are leaving every tiny bit of the Allahu taala and who don't
Don't be heard that I did not allow you this opportunity. He says uniminuto and I mean,
you are from me and I am from you.
Were like this Sunday. Don't worry.
He says to Jaffer, because even though he decided for Java, he decided for Java not because of Java because of Java, his wife.
And he said that so he told me consoles Java as well. He says,
you most resemble me, you resemble me, in my looks and in my character, my conduct. Jaffa better be tolerant of the Allahu talana looked a lot like the prophets a lot.
They look like brothers. They were cousins, but they look like brothers. They look very similar.
And then not only looking like the process them is probably is obviously like a huge honor. But think about what an unbelievable testimonial for someone that the prophets a lot of them says your character resembles mine Subhan Allah.
And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turns to Z. Then he says unto a who now will molana because either of the Allahu talana wasn't from their family, he was kind of like adopted in to the family. The prophets. A lot of him did not want him to feel like this was as if the prophets a lot, he said was kind of like saying, oh, listen, you're not family. No, no, he's anta Hoon, our mowlana. You were right, you are our brother, and you are our ally.
Meaning You're my brother, and you always got my back. I know I can trust you.
This is the unbelievable,
beautiful, remarkable character of the Prophet ceylonese. And
how he understood what was going on with different people. And he could hear their sincerity and their pain. And even when he had to let them down, he let them down so beautifully and so kindly and so gently by consoling them with words telling me you are for me, I am from you telling Java, you resemble me and your characters like me, telling Xavier my brother and you have my back. That is the flock, the character of the prophets allottee some, that's why we study the Sierra so that we can learn this.
And before I move to the next, you know, part of the session here the third part, the last part inshallah next thing I also wanted to mention was
this, I want everyone to take note of the community, the prophets, allottee, some builds the community he builds from the inside out, he built their character, he built their faith, he built their morals, their ethics, their quality, their, their, their conduct towards one another. And he built such an unbelievable and remarkable community, that when he comes out of the Allahu taala, whose daughter was left behind, nobody felt like it would be a burden on them. How am I supposed to take an extra dependent home, but they were all vying with one another campaigning against one another to take his daughter home and raise her as one of their own. This is the community the
profits, a lot of them built. This was the community of the Sahaba This is why we have to study their lives and understand how we can replicate that within our own communities today.
The third and the final part of the session I wanted to address today I wanted to talk about today
is the marriage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to our mother, the mother of the believers may Muna radi Allahu taala. And,
and the way I'm going to do this as I'd like to kind of overall give like a very brief biographical account if I may, about her and about her life. maimunah radi Allahu taala and her Her name is Mei Muna bentyl Hadith, Al Hara nega maimunah, the daughter of Harris and her nice bow was Allah hilarya.
What's very interesting, so what's very interesting about her before actually proceed forward is her mother is a very remarkable woman. Her mother's name is Hindi, Binta outh. Evans who hate even the Hadith even hamata. Even Hamid
but her mother's name was Hindi. Hindi, Vint outh. Now, why do I mention her mother specifically like this? There's something very interesting about her. Her mother was blessed with many children moved out of the Allahu taala and her, her mother was blessed like maimunah de la catalana had many siblings, allow me to mention a few of them
and tell you about who each of her siblings married is very interesting. First of all, one of the Sisters of my munadi Allahu taala and her so one of the daughters of Hindi is of course maimunah
who did she marry she marries. As we're going to talk about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, another daughter of Hindi, a sister may move
Her name was father. She was called father. her son's name was father. But her name was actually Lu Baba.
Baba el cobre, the big Lu Baba, because she had another sister that was named Lu Baba as well. She was called Lu Baba sobre. Literally Baba.
Baba, Baba. They are two sisters with the same names. All right. And so this one was called a woman father, she would go on to be the wife of abas, rhodiola, catellani. abass, the mother, the Ibis, the uncle of the prophets, allottee. So she would become the aunt of the professor. She is the mother of Abdullah bin abass.
daughter of Hindi, another sister of maimunah. Her name was Lu Baba sobre la Baba sobre, the Little Lu Baba. She married
not a very who turned out to be not a very good person. His name was when he'd been leader. He was one of the staunchest opponents of the prophets a lot he said them, but you know, something very interesting. Guess who her son was? Khalid bin Walid. She is a mother of Khalid manolito. So the same woman Hindu mamoon has mother. One of her daughters marries the prophets. Allah is another one of her daughters Mary's bus and her grandson is Abdullah bin Abbott's another one of her grandsons through another daughter is the Khalid bin Walid safer law, the sword of God. It doesn't even end over there. Another one of her daughters was
another one of her daughter's name is asthma. She would marry Oh babe in Holland, who is another very staunch opponent of the prophets, a lot of them unfortunately. And then she had another daughter by the name of Isaiah, who would marry a man by the name was he had been Abdullah.
But then she had some more children that would those were the children she had from one husband. She had some children from another husband as well. One of her daughters was named a smart interface, a smart interface. This is another sister of maimunah a smart interface. She was a Sahabi of the prophets, a lot of them and she was the wife of Jonathan Vitali.
All right, another and they have children obviously. jaffrabad This gets even more interesting as snapped into amaze was known as one of the most knowledgeable women of the Sahaba. She was known as one of the most knowledgeable women of the Sahaba she was the wife of Jonathan Vitali and jaffrabad obatala The Allahu taala and he would be Shaheed he would die in a battle that we'll be talking about because
after he died, he was sure he was martyred.
She was then married to Abu Bakr radi Allahu talana.
Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala knew to take care of her and the children of Jaffa, he married the widow of Jaffa.
Then after Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala, and who would die would pass away after two years of khilafah after the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then our leader, the Allahu taala, and who married her to again look after her. This was his older brothers, Jeff adaminaby thought it his older brother's widow, who was then married tillbaka and then I moved back and dies as well. So then to take care of her and look after her and the kids as well. Then I laid out the Allahu taala and who married her, okay, and another one of her daughters,
another sister of mamoon, out of the Allahu taala. And her Her name was Selma bintaro. Mais Selma Ventura, mais, and she was the wife of hams out of the Lakota line.
And after he comes out of the Allahu taala, and who died and she was married to another Sahabi, as Russia that even Osama
and so for this reason, if you just go down the list of the daughters of this woman Hynde,
some of the scholars have mentioned of Chroma Jews in film or the as heroine hint vinter oath. They said, the most noble, elderly woman, in terms of the son in laws, that she was blessed with
one of the most noble women in terms of the son in laws that she was blessed with. And the reason for that is, obviously any parent understands the responsibility, the weight, the burden that you feel about, who will your children marry? What kind of people will they marry? Will they be good to them? Will they treat them right?
And what kind of children will come from that marriage? So she's noted as maybe one of the most blessed women in terms of son in laws, that her son in laws This is the list of her son in law.
Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Abu Bakr Siddiq Hamza. Asadullah abass Amma rasulillah
Jaffer bene Vitaly Jaffa Tayyar The one who flies in heaven I live in a Vitaly Haider
the idea lira the Allahu taala and who and should that email had? Who is another Sahabi radi Allahu telar. No, these were her son in law's such a remarkable woman. So this is something very, very interesting very notable that a lot of times we don't fully comprehend. We don't understand how remarkable how blessed the people were at the time of the prophets a lot. So the quality the caliber
of the people, the prophets, a lot of the symbols surrounded with Abdullah bin Mr. odor or the Allahu taala and who says that a sterile kythera hula hoop is not a human level. These are betina beauty salon. God chose them for the companionship of his prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam that this one woman Hinzman her son in laws are the prophets a lot of them Abubakar Hamza abass, Jaffer, Ali, radi Allahu taala, an homage marry
such amazing remarkable people who were in the company and in the community of the prophets, a lot of them and these were the people that he had the support of. So now, moving on to the mother of the believers may move out of the Allahu Allahu Allahu taala, excuse me. So as I mentioned, her brother in law, one of her sisters, a swab into our mace, was married to Java, the cousin of the process of Java and his wife at smart had recently come back from Habesha from East Africa, as they came back Java are the Allahu taala, who told the prophets a lot. He said, I have a sister in law. I have a sister in law, my sister, my my, my wife, sister. She is not married at the moment. And I think that
she would make a remarkable mother of the believers.
Will you marry her? And the Prophet it's a lovely sunset, of course, if she's,
if she is interested in Yes.
And he communicated that to me monado the Allahu taala and he accepted the proposal. The prophets Allah is not accepted, the proposal may move out of the Allahu taala and had this particular time she lived at a place called macom said if macom said if this is about 10 miles outside the city of Mecca. When we went on our Pelham aamra trip the Sierra aamra tour, we actually pass by macom sanef.
And see that place and I'll tell you why that place is notable. But she was residing at the place. My mom said if the as they were coming towards MCAD, they stopped there. The proposal was made, she accepted the proposal, the provinces accepted the proposal in the marriage contract, then the guy, the Kitab was done there. And the profits, a lot of them offered a maximum of 400.
And then narration mentions that, you know, usually the woman has some family member that gives her away. So one of her older sisters was on when father, the wife of Ibis, so her she had called her sister from Makkah to said, If Can you please come I have a marriage proposal.
And so on when father came, and my boss, the uncle of the processor also came in this was also a very special moment for the prophets, a lot of them ambassador of the Allahu taala. And oh, by the way, he had accepted Islam at this time, but he was still keeping his Islam quiet and hidden in Makkah. But he came.
And the she asked her sister, can you please, you know, represent me in the marriage and she said, my husband, I boss will represent you. So it's very touching. For the profits, a lot of him that his own uncle was also the one marrying away, the woman who is marrying him. So it's like he was representing both sides of the family. It was very touching. So in this way the marriage occurred. And the profits along the contract was done. They proceeded on towards my code, they performed the camera. And that's why what we talked about in the beginning of the session, the profits a lot. He said, I'm asked the people of Macumba, you would you allow me there's so many so much family here
that we would just basically have the women have the wedding, the actual marriage over here. And they of course, were rude. And they said no. And the prophets a lot of a sudden said, Okay, that's fine. And he went ahead and proceeded on. And they went back to the place of setif same place where she resided. And that's where they had the walima that's where they moved in together. And that's where they had the Wilma. So now two things very interestingly, two things maimunah the Allahu taala and her her marriage contract and the god ceremony was at the place of said if
her moving in with the prophets, a lot of her walima was at the place of setif as well.
And it goes on to mention that
she of course, would be a mother of the believers.
And she's specifically brought up in some instances from the life of the Prophet sessemann
Medina because Abdullah bin our bus was her nephew as well. So whenever the prophets a lot of him would come over to stay at the home of mamoon out of the Allahu taala Ha ha, Abdullah bin Abbas would come over that day and basically shadow the prophets, a lot of them and kind of get some personal access to the prophets, a lot of them some special access. Not only that maimunah radi Allahu taala. And her was a very remarkable teacher of the oma even after the prophets, a lot of them. She's narrated more than 70, nearly 80, a Heidi from the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. Five of them are found in or six of them, I believe, are found in the Sahih Hadith, one in Sahih
Bukhari and five of them are in Sahih Muslim, but in total, there's 77, or 79 narrations that she mentions from the prophets a lot he sent them. The, of course, she her and the prophets, a lot of reasons marriage is another one of those, you know, relationships that is a role model.
Something for all of us to aspire to. And this is a little bit of a sensitive issue, but it demonstrates a very integral, very important part of marriage and a sound relationship.
That's the intimacy and if you will, the romance within the marriage was something that was very strong
in terms of their expression of love towards one another, and she narrates this in a in an authentic narration. She says, Come to Anna, what are Sunil like is a lot he said, I'm going to ask does he know I know what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi. Salam mean, in our in my head, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and I both bathed from the same container.
And it demonstrates again, that intimacy, that love, the physical intimacy, the prophets, Allah taught us is such an integral part of marriage and those relationships, and the mother of the believers. She shares that with us, even though it's something so private, but she shares that with us why, for our own benefit, for our own good, so that we understand that you have to invest into your relationships, physically, emotionally, spiritually,
in order to have a good strong sound relationship.
And the narration goes on to mention that, or the dis overall, her story. One other thing I forgot to mention about her, her name was originally buttered off, just like another wife of the prophets, a lot of them and the process of did not like that name, because as I've explained in a previous session, so the prophets a lot of them, gave her the name maimunah, which basically means blessing comes from You mean like right hand blessing. And the narration mentions that when the, or the books of history and Cyril mentioned that when the Prophet
the Prophet sallahu son passed away, and may move out of the Allahu talana survived the prophets a lot, he said them, and after the passing of the prophets, a lot of a sudden, she eventually moved back to the place of setif. And she passed away there and she is buried there till today. And that's why I was saying that it's very notable to pass by that place of sidefx. That seemed like that place had very special meaning and purpose for her life. Her nigga with the professor was done there, her walima with the professor zone was conducted there, and she passed away there and she is buried there. Abdullah bin Ibis, her nephew performed her janazah at the place of certificate, she was laid
to rest there. And she passed away in the year 63 after higit 6363 after a draw. So she passed away about 53 years after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So she lived for a very, very long time, after the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And
the thing that I really wanted to mention,
kind of as a conclusion here is, she's a mother of the believers. maimunah radi Allahu taala. anha is a mother of the believers, a wife of the Prophet told him that in and of itself is such a remarkable virtue for anyone
that enough is in a virtue for her. However, some he mentioned something very remarkable. It says that when she passed away,
Abdullah Al kolani, who would go on to become a great scholar, he was an orphan and she was raising him.
This is a mother of the believers, a wife of the prophets, a lot of them a teacher of the oma. But she still feels such a profound responsibility to constantly be a part of the solution,
to do good work in the oma to make the world a better place that even at that very old senior age, 53 years after the promises and passed away, when she's an elderly woman, she was raising an orphan.
And when she passed away, there was an orphan being raised within our home.
These are those blessed people.
We studied the life of the prophets, a lot of them to learn about them to be inspired by them.
To be more like them
one last thing that just totally escaped me that I wanted to mention because I thought it was very interesting.
Going back to the second thing I'd mentioned about the adoption of the daughter comes out of the LA hotel I know Ali Jaffa and Jade were all kind of campaigning and when the prophets a lot of them decided in the favor of john Pharaoh the Allahu taala, who the narration says Jaffa, the Allahu taala, who started kind of jumping, like almost like skipping. He started jumping around the prophets, a lot of them Hola. Hola. Hola. rasulillah he's a lot of them, like started jumping around, like, around the profits, a lot of some hopping around.
And the profits a lot of them said Mahalia Jackson. He said what's what's this? What are you doing? And Jaffer the Allahu taala who he said Hakka Allahu Allah Joshi.
I found that whenever the joshy the king of joshy remember we talked about the king of Abyssinia who died a believer and the prophecies and praises janaza all the way in Medina. He said when he used to receive good news uses jump and hop like this.
When he would receive good news about you Oh prophet of Allah, he would jump and hop like this. So I, I saw him do and I learned it from him and I just felt like it was the appropriate time to do that. But you know, something more interesting. The profits allowed him didn't reprimand him and tell him not to do it.
Just a little notes, a little food for thought a little something to chew on. I don't want to go way too off the deep end here. But just something to chew on.
That being uptight
is not necessarily the religion. And being uptight is not the son of the Prophet allottee setup. Being Human and recognizing your humanity and living in the moment and understanding every situation. That's part of the cement that's true humanity and that's our Deen in our religion. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard Subhana Allah Subhana columbium dek necessarily La ilaha illa Anta soccerloco