Seerah 166 – The Prophet Pbuh Heads for Umrah

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Episode 166 addresses The Prophet Pbuh Heads For Umrah

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Chela continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam see Ratan Abba, we had the prophetic biography. In the previous session, we were talking about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam distributing the spoils of war, after the Battle of Hussein and the siege that took place at the place of thought if, and we talked about some of the,

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you know, one of the very remarkable interactions and moments from the life of the prophets, a lot of them were the prophets, a lot of them expressed his love, his appreciation and his loyalty to the unsought of Medina.

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What we're going to be talking about today, inshallah, as we proceed forward is we're going to be talking about the prophets a lot of the seminar proceeding towards mcca, from the place of gi Rhonda to actually perform the ombre at this particular time at this juncture. So in sha Allah, there's a few different stories or interactions, if you will, that will talk about on the prophets a lot isms way to actually perform a diorama. And these are some very notable incidents that occurred at this particular time. So somewhat related to the conversation that we had last time were very, you know, not maliciously, but there was, unfortunately, some discussions, some criticisms and conversation

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amongst the unsought about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, distributing the spoils of war, and how unfortunately, and again, mistakenly, some of the sod had basically expressed the idea that, you know, these gifts are being given to the people of Makkah, whereas we're the people who are called upon when it's time to struggle in time to sacrifice. So, at this particular moment, in juncture, we talked about how the prophets allow me to handle that situation. The next thing that we're going to talk about here is actually something really, really serious and actually quite insightful and extremely profound that occurs at this particular time. When the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam is distributing the spoils of war.

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There were a couple of interactions, a couple of very negative interactions that occurred at that particular time. These are mentioned in numerous books of Hadith, Imam Bahati has a few different narrations about this particular interaction. And then many of the scholars of the seed all mentioned it in a lot more detail. And one, I wanted to share some of this because this has become very relevant again today in terms of what we're seeing playing out within the oma. So the narration, nobody mentions that, while the prophets a lot, he said was distributing the spoils of war. And in a more detailed narration that I mentioned, just a minute, we'll see even kind of the

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identity of this particular individual. But a man came up to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And he said, that

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we're lucky. I swear to God, in the heart, the healer, kiss Mattoon, ma od Luffy. Ha. Now, to give you a little bit of context, before I even start translating what exactly he says, This man was somebody who claimed to be Muslim. Now, even the language I'm using there is quite strong because I'm talking about that man claiming to be Muslim. Right? Why not just say he was a Muslim because while we cannot doubt anyone's faith, but if there's any type of offense, that is truly egregious, and one that is very, very hard to get past. That is disrespect towards the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that is something that is truly intolerable is there's disrespect, in the face of

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the prophets, a lolly center. So this man is somebody who claimed to be Muslim, was their present physically present with the Muslims. He was somebody who, you know, had the power

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Word appearance of being a Muslim. And he comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he says we're lucky I swear to God in the heart that he left his mouth to mouth or the left, he heard that this distribution was not fair. It was not just and the distributor was the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So that's quite shocking in and of itself. And then he goes further, he says, Well, I'm not worried if he Howard who lucky that the pleasure of God the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala was not intended within this distribution, that the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala was not the objective here in this distribution.

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For the Sahaba, who narrates this particular incident, some of the narrations mentioned that it was Abdullah bin Miss Rudra, the Allahu taala and who some other narrations are also from other companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam,

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such as

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Abdullah bin Massoud or the Allahu taala no another narration mentioned that it was a man from the unsought. So this man says who's narrating this he says coupled to a la de la la mirada Rasul Allah. He's a Luddism. He says, I swear to God, I'm going to tell the prophets a lot from what you've said.

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And because this is so serious, that I mean, it's such a serious accusation. He's saying that this was not fair. This was not just and this was not done in a way that is pleasing to Allah. And it's the prophets, a lot of them doing it.

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So he says, I'm going to inform the prophets a lot of the time about this, about these comments of yours for it to move over to who he says I went to the profits a lot of the time and I told him exactly what that man has said that that man over there, he says such and such, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In one narration, he made the comment, he said Mayor de leeuw is Alameda De La Hoya rasuluh. He says, who will practice justice if God and His Messenger do not practice justice? That if a line is messenger are not fair, or not just then who is just who is fair? Who could ever be more fair more just than a lion is messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in

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another narration of Imam Bukhari as well.

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The prophets a lot he said, um, or excuse me in another narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said way laka What? Because in this particular narration of layth inside, the man actually said it to the face of the prophets a lot easier than he said, Yeah, Muhammad, Airedale. Hey, he said, Hey, Muhammad, be fair. And the prophets a lot of them said way luck. What is wrong with you? Well, mainly I dilute is Allah

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who is fair, if I am not fair? Who would be just if I'm not practicing justice.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to herself to evaluate

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I would be ruined. I would be doomed. If I was not fair. I have to practice justice and the profits a lot. He sort of made a comment at this particular juncture. He said Rahim, Allahu Musab. There's great wisdom in this comment the prophets a lot of them said Rahim, Allah Moosa, may God have mercy upon Musa alayhis salam, the Prophet Moses, but the EU, the UK Thurman has a facade that he was offended even worse than this, but he practiced patience musala salaam was offended even worse than this to his face, but he practiced patience. There the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually teaches us a very profound lesson, that difficulty,

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adversity, unfavorable situations and circumstances, offenses. Things like this will happen things like this will transpire, things like this will occur. But the way to handle those situations the way to resolve these circumstances, the way to persevere and get through these types of situations, is by means of seeking inspiration, and drawing from the convictions of the people that came before us. This is something Allah subhanaw taala tells the prophets a lot like a locker the canopy puzzles me but I really like them.

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That there most definitely are great lessons. In the stories of the prophets that came before you. Makana had Ethan you start off these are not your stories that were made up what I can just declare the bane a day. Rather these affirm reality these are truth and reality. What the sila coalition and in this is the details of how to go about in conducting yourself. In another I have the Quran Allah says wakulla and apostle Allah come in and by erosion, man with a b2b for attack, that all these stories of the prophets we tell you, we tell you the story so that this will strengthen your resolve. So what we have to understand is that the stories of the prophets that are taught to us

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within the Quran are not just stories for the sake

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History are not just stories for the sake of entertainment, God forbid. But rather these are sources of inspiration. We're supposed to draw on them, take from them, look at them, reflect upon them, channel them in our own moments of adversity and tragedy and difficulty.

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Then the life of the prophets a lot ism itself, it becomes a sort of look at the canopy, look at the Candela confy rasulillah. Certain Hashanah, the prophets, a lot of him is the ultimate role model, that the life of the prophets a lot is and becomes a source of inspiration for us, the companions of the prophets, allottee, some their lives, their experiences, their challenges, their adversities, their tests, and trials are also a source of inspiration and strength for us.

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So here, the prophets a lot of them very practically demonstrates that when he is offended to his face by somebody who pretends to be a part of his own community, the prophets a lot of them does not, you know, get the profits a lot of them is not, you know, torn up by this, the profits a lot of the some of it is not infuriated by this, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what he does is in that moment, he looks at somebody who came before him who dealt with adversity who dealt with disrespect, and offense, and then the profits a lot. Some draws inspiration from that, that moose Ali Salaam was offended so much more severely than what this man said to me. But musala salaam never

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lost his cool. He always remained patient. He always remained steadfast. And that's what I shall do. But in another narration in some of the other narrations in the books of Sita, the prophets, a lot of them commented on this further. And this is what I wanted to talk about today.

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That Rama, Rama Katara the Allahu taala and when one narration he comes to the prophets a lot of the time and he says that Ania Rasul Allah actually hadn't when he says, All messenger of God, give me permission, I'll go kill this hypocrite. Because somebody who slanders the prophets a lot is him to his face, and then somehow still says, I'm a Muslim, there's only one explanation that person must be a hypocrite. A person is an enemy of the deen and the religion itself. So he says, allow me and I will kill this man.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is a hadith Sahih Muslim. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said my other law and it's only up to us hobby. He says, absolutely not. God forbid I would not want to create a situation where people could claim that I kill my own companions. I kill my own people. Then the prophets a lot of them said said the thing that I really wanted to emphasize today, he said in the half hour as haba who chakra una Quran Allah yuja was ohana Jarrah whom, Yama una min hukum Iam Rupa sama, Mina Rama.

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He said minara Mija Excuse me. He said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said this guy and his ilk.

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This individual and the people who are like him, his sort his ilk. They read the Quran, but it does not go past their throats. It does not go to their hearts.

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They are not illuminated they are not enlightened by the nude of the Quran. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that they leave the religion, like the arrow leaves the bow. Just like when you shoot the air out of the bow, it just flies out.

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That's how these people fly out of the religion because of what comes out of their mouths and what they say and what they do.

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Their righteous indignation, their delusions of piety and grandeur. Their misplaced sense of piety,

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and they're there they're in this is a word I do not use lightly or easily. But their extremism, their Hulu,

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that they become more pious than the religion itself, that even the religion doesn't govern them anymore.

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And they have somehow risen above the confines in the constructs of the religion itself. And there's an even more detailed narration that there is some you know, discussion about its authenticity, but it's from one of the books of Sita. It is Hawk relates this, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kind of commented on this even further. And I want to share some of these comments. The profits A lot of it actually names the person that he was from Bhanu. Tamim and his name was reported to be who a Sera, Sera that he came and he said to the profits, a lot of them yeah, Mohammed claims to be a Muslim. Yeah, Muhammad. See, that's the thing. One of the things I'm gonna

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comment about is these people don't read the book of Allah subhanaw taala they just act like they know what's in the book of Allah. Otherwise, he'd know that Allah said lethargy allude to our syllabi Nikon camera, about the combat. You don't call on the messenger that way you call on each other. When I want to talk to my friend Mahood I say Yamaha Hey, man, I want to talk to you at fun I say hear it fun. That's how I address a friend Bob to come bother with

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They want to talk to me they say hey, I'm denouncing. Yeah, I've done acid babbacombe Baba, but you don't call on the messenger Salafi some that way Yasuda la Yana BIA la

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Yasuda, la Yana biella. That's how you speak to the Messenger of Allah Salah listen with respect. The Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him. That's how we speak about him. The Messenger of Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that's how we speak. Yeah, Mohammed this guy walks up.

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He says

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kodra into Masada Leon. I've been watching what you've been doing.

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I've been watching what you've been doing.

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For color salicylate is in the process of some said good.

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Right. 4k for ATIA. What did you see what did you think about what you saw? He said I gel good. What have you seen?

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color? lamb araca Delta Subhanallah

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it's hard to even like read it. He says I did not see you being just I did not see you being fair. You have not been fair today. For Kadena we saw some of the processor and got a little perturbed he was upset by this comment. And the prophet SAW Some said wait a sec What is wrong with you? Either

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and deferring the money according

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if I will not be fair then who will be just to be fair, who can possibly be more fair more just in the profits a lot he said him

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for

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the Allahu Allahu Allahu taala no similar narration, he said Yasuda, La Ilaha Illa. Who would you like us to dispose of him?

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So the prophet SAW some Salah there are who leave him. But this is the comment. This is a part of it. The prophets a lot of them said for India who say akula who Shia. There will be a whole group of these types of people one day. Yes, I'm upon a 15

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they will soul over overzealously indulge within what they think is the religion, their concept of the religion, hat they are crucial men who come home in Romania. Eventually they will be catapulted from the religion, like the arrow is shot out of the bone.

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And so the reason this is a very profound moment Imam Bukhari mentioned like three different narrations you my Muslim brings a hadith about this particular incident the scholars of the Sierra do, and this is a very landmark moment, because this was a moment now where the Muslim community was growing. Islam was enjoying its victory. Islam was spreading far and wide. The foundations of the deen in the community had been set. And here arise some individuals, some people

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who think that they are so above and beyond everyone else. So self righteous, that they are actually talking down to the prophets a lot. And the prophets, a lot of Islam said this, this this is a fitna that will arise within my ummah. And this is something that when the Prophet sallahu, sensei akula, who Shia john, many of the great scholars of our Deen and religion have basically said this one of the manifestations of this prophecy of the prophets a lot he said them, that there will be a whole group of such people was the appearance of a group that that was referred to in early Islam as a bridge. They were they were extremists. They were overzealous, they were out of control. And they

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purported to such levels of piety that they would commit, that they would anathematize the vast overwhelming majority of the Muslims that they would do mass to feed.

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they would they would actually commit they would they would claim that the vast overwhelming majority of Muslims in the world had actually were no longer in the fold of Islam.

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And they would apostasy they would they would claim that they were all apostates. And thereby they would basically massacre they would kill, they would massacre they would raid towns of Muslims. They would kill women and children. They would assassinate the companions of the prophets. A lot of these were the people who assassinated earthman. And even to be taunted

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the Allahu taala on him. And so many other companions of the Prophet SAW Selim,

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that two of these people are the Allahu taala Anima were promised Paradise by the tongue of the prophets allottee to them,

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and for you to declare them to be outside of the fold of Islam and worthy of being murdered and assassinated. what Islam is this, this is not a song.

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And a lot of what we see playing out right now in the global scene of Muslims were what we see with these, you know, these these groups

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groups of people that are one majority of them, my personal convictions are that they're just criminals.

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and discovering of a particular type of religion or whatever you want to call it, most of these, you know, whether it be a card or ISIS and people of this ilk, most of them are just actually criminal people that are just looking for outlets to be able to just exercise their own kind of willing desire. And they just look for some type of a religious covering

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justification for their actions. All right, but there are definite leaves folks amongst them,

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who actually get to a certain get to such a point of

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delusions, and extreme radical thought and behavior, that the prophets a lot he said I'm admonish them and talked about them. And the prophets, a lot of them warned us about them.

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And these were such people that sometimes you know, we we think it's hyperbole, we think that it's commentary. When we say that if the prophets a lot of these him was here, or if the companions of the prophets allottee somewhere here, if the Prophet says him himself for a year, these people wouldn't even listen to the prophet SAW Selim. That's not just commentary, that's not you know, that's not hyperbole. That's not just extrapolation. That is quite literally what happened. This man walks up to the process and points his finger in the face of the Prophet says, I mean, he says, Hey, be fair. Yeah, Mohammed, crazy.

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This is not Islam. And so this is an interaction that occurred with the prophets a lot of the time. It's a very profound moment and one that I thought that we should talk about in kind of learn a bit of a lesson from

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the next thing I wanted to mention that happens here at the place of Jade Rhonda, as they're about to depart for their Ramadan, which we'll talk which we'll talk about in just a moment.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there was a particular individual the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was looking for because there were some unsettled matters. There were some things some debts and things like that, that have to be settled. Some things have to be figured out. So there's an aeration where the profits a lot he said, I'm said in order to Mallaby Jordan Rajim benissa had been backer there were there was a man from Busan had been backer. Now Vanessa had been backer is the tribe of Halima.

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Then read the nanny and the nurse, the the mother, the foster mother of the prophets, a lot of them. That's why she was known as Halima a Saudia she was from Balu sad Okay, so the prophets a lot of the same time I'm looking for a man named Elijah the another narration mentions his name was measured. Nevertheless, the prophets have some said if you find him fly, you flee tender calm. Don't let him Don't don't don't don't let him leave. I need to speak to him. I need to talk to him I need to handle something.

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Nevertheless, when they found him, there was a group of people from Ben who sad with him

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when they brought these people there, a woman in that group says that Dynamo she says pay attention. While logging in Nila tusshar he become meaner robotic. I am the sister of your prophet.

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They bring this group and they tell the group to wait here the process of settlement requested to speak to one of you. So all y'all Wait here. And one of the women in the group she says I am the foster sister of the province of Santa Rosa means that we were nursed by the same woman.

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We were given milk by the same woman I am the sister of your prophet.

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phenomena. You said the most of the companions didn't believe her. They just said maybe she just kind of saying this to get out of here or to try to get something or because as far as the companions were concerned, the prophet system did not have any siblings. They didn't know about this. So they were very skeptical.

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So they went to they go to the profits a lot exempted narration mentions even this Hawk says, they said yeah, Rasul Allah. They go to the profit of seven and they say that there's a woman here we found the people that you were looking for, and there's a woman who says she's your sister.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam comes, he arrives, he approaches and he says, and she says to the prophets, a lot of them yeah, Rasul Allah. She's accepted Islam. Yeah Rasul Allah, in the octagon, Minerva tea. I am your foster sister. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam asks her mama a llama to darling metallic. What proof and evidence do you have

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that you are my sister?

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She says I've gotten a bit the Neha fi very well, Animoto Erica took. She says that in another narration she mentions not in this narration. She mentioned her back in another narration she mentioned like her shoulder, so maybe it was just kind of the backside of the arm or the backside of the shoulder. She says that you bit me

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My shoulder when you were a boy, when you were a kid, when you came to stay with us, I was carrying you. So you know how you kind of carry a child. So I was carrying you on my hip.

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I was carrying you on my hip, and I was taking you into the house and you didn't want to go into the house. And so what you did was you beat me

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like really badly.

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And she said, I still have the scar from it.

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And the narration says that she basically moves like the shawl and she shows the profits a lot of the scar in the process and remembers it.

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He remembers it. And when the prophets Allah vsam sees the scar, he's so overcome with emotion, he stands up. Now I've talked about it multiple times. The way the prophets a lot of them used to dress was he would tie a lower garment around his waist like head on and he'd have a shawl over his shoulders. He immediately got up he took off the shawl off of his shoulders, he put it down on the ground and he asked her to please come sit on top of his shirt.

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It's like taking your jacket off and putting it down and saying please sit on here. So he says please could sit here. And she comes and she sits down over there in the profits allottee some sits down next to her. And the prophets a lot he said them gets excited the Sahaba say we hadn't seen him this excited in so long.

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The prophets a lot of them said bring some dates, Bring some water, my sister's here

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and they bring some food and water and the servants are her and they talk and they catch up a little bit. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, you know he he asks her, he says in adopte van de mohab baton, MOOC, MOOC Rama,

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we're in an immature rocky waters de la tomiki. fall to the prophets, a lot of them said, You have a choice. You can stay with me and you will be loved and you will be honored and you will be cherished your family, you're my sister. So if you stay with me, it would make me happy.

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And I'll take care of you. But if you do want to go back home, because he realized she probably has a life of her own a family of her own said, if you want to go back home, I will give you you know, some supplies and things like that. Because the nursery some of the narrations mentioned that the people have been Assad had actually been suffering through a drought, they had been suffering quite a bit of economic hardship recently. So he said, I will give you some supplies, I'll give you some, you know, some, some some relief. And then you can go back home to your people. And she said to the prophets a lot, he said I'm built to mature only what to do Neela call me. I'd like it if you could

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send me back home to my people and help us out. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam gave her

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quite a bit of gifts, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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you know, gave her some supplies and the prophets a lot from sent her on her way. In another narration, the prophets a lot of them said to her, you remember you have an open door with me at all times. And my sister, he said, Sally to talk anytime you need anything asked me and I you will be given wish very, very. Anytime you need any favors come and ask me and it will be taken care of. You're my sister, you're my big sister.

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And so this is very, very beautiful moment to where the profits a lot easier was reunited from somebody from his childhood.

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And there's actually just in case of memory kind of fades. I talked about this all the way back when we started this series on the life of the profits of loving someone from his childhood. But there's a very beautiful interaction. There's a very beautiful narration about this sisters name Sorry, I forgot to mention her name. The name of this particular sister of the prophets, a lot of them is a shaman,

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a shaman.

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That's how it's normally pronounced. It can also be pronounced Hema, but the Arabs would usually pronounce it as shaman.

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And so there's another beautiful story about shaimaa, the older foster sister of the prophets, a lot of them when he was a child, when he was staying with Halima Sadie or the Allahu taala. And that they were out kind of in the countryside. And it's Arabia, it would get very, very hot at noon time to where everybody would kind of take a little bit of a break at that time of noon, like we kind of know as FCS stuff, right? pallulah, they will take a little bit of a break, they would come indoors, they would eat something, they would take a little bit of a power nap, if you will, and they would wait an hour or so until the sun has started to decline so that there will be a little bit more

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shade. And then they would go back out there. And it would sometimes especially in the summer months, that time of noon would be so severe that they would even bring the animals in because even the animals could not handle the heat. So the foster mother of the prophets, Alavi, some haleema had seen the profits a lot decent little boy, three, four years old, kind of wandering about and he would kind of wander outside and he'd be outside that noontime and it wasn't good, you know, you get a heat stroke or something like that. So

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She would always bring him in. So she told the older sister who was, you know, a bit older than the profits a lot. He said I'm able to take care of the child when she was a teenager. So at that time

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that the mother had told her that I want you to keep an eye on him, he kind of wanders out, he'll sometimes be in his own thoughts, you'll be walking around, and he ends up outside when it's hot, and it's not good. It's not healthy for him. So I need you to keep an eye on and make sure he's not outside. And one particular day. Halima is inside the house at that time and she looks out and she sees the profits from sitting out in the middle of the field at that time of noon.

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And she's immediately like, you know, she's frustrated these they're out there again.

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But what infuriates her is sitting next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the big sister shame out.

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She's sitting up there with him. And she says, What's this? I told her to keep an eye on him and now she's out there with him.

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So she goes out there, you know, she comes out there, stomps out there as moms do. Right? What are you doing? I told you bring them inside this night and Chima kind of tells her mommy says Relax, relax.

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And she tells her mom that, you know, I was I've been keeping an eye on him like you asked me to, I haven't forgotten. And I found it very curious. When he walks around. Why doesn't the sun bother him though? Like it, why doesn't it bother him? Why does it not perturb him.

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And so I started paying attention and I noticed a bit of a shade on him and I looked up and there's a cloud over him. And wherever he goes, the cloud follows him around providing shade.

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And I was so fascinated by this and I saw him sitting out here again then the cloud was over him giving him shade. So I came out here and sat down in the shade with him.

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And this added to that number I talked about it at that time. This added to the multitude of experiences and observations that Halima had had about how amazing and remarkable the prophets a lot of them was even in childhood and all the miracles that he was surrounded by. So this is a another very interesting interaction where the process of is reunited with this sister of is on at the place of Adriana. Now, as I've been talking about, repeatedly, they proceed on to Giana. They assume the state of Iran, and now they're going to do Amara Ajay, Rhonda, the umbra was you know, generally speaking, it was uneventful. And just what's mentioned about the armor of God Iran and the books of

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Hadith, Bukhari Muslim Abu Tao Timothy nessa II, the Muslim Ummah, Muhammad etc, etc. all the books of Hadith mentioned these are agents and assadi Allahu taala. Abu Qatada, one of the students of the Sahaba he asked us to Allah Subhana Malik, to come head Jalla Sula, he sallallahu alayhi salam, how many Hajj did the prophets allottees and performed like how many times did he go for Hajj and he says handwritten wahida that he went for Hajj once well I Tamara our bomb Iran and the prophets Allah the Obama era in the prophets Allah nice and performed four times. He did hij ones handwritten without which we will eventually get to and he did an armada four times and he lists them out.

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Number two who's dominant today via the first Ramadan he did was at the time of her they be young

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which as we've talked about, was they didn't actually perform the ombre but it's referred to as a saw. They had

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they had the every intention to do the ombre, but they were blocked from doing so. And so the ruling as a per ancestry symptom from a seaside Amina lady if you're not able to go then you make your sacrifice there you shave your head you come up from the bottom and you return back and you try to come back and make up for it another time. But nevertheless they what they were told was they got the full reward of the camera so that's counted as Ramadan number one, the second I'm gonna I'm gonna talk about the camera they made up for the Navy armor. They made up for the following year, which was a part of the Treaty of should they be aware they came to Mecca for three days and

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performed Ramadan. So that's number two. Number two ga Ronna this camera after the conquest of Mecca, the Battle of her name, the siege of a thought if then on their way back to Makkah, now that the battles and everything had been completely taken care of. They now went into Han peacefully and they perform their own battle before returning back to Medina that's the third one and the fourth would be Under Armour Atilla t Corona hobby Hagerty, the camera the profits a lot isn't performed when he came for the hedge. Alright, because God hydrocodone were the promises of Islam. He came to MCI performed in Umrah remainded that a prominent performed hedge in that same era. When we when

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people usually go if anyone's ever been for hedge and they're trying to remember their own experience, what we usually do is called Hydra tamatar where you put up

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You're wrong, you go you do an MRI, you come out from your eardrum.

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And then when the days of Hajj arrived, you go back into Islam and now you perform the Hajj. So the fourth Amara he performed was the one that was with his hands. And so this was the third one. And as I said, generally speaking was pretty uneventful at this time. There were no you know,

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experiences out of the source or anything like that.

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And after performing, these are among the prophets, a lot of them said that we have been gone from Medina for long enough

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that it's time to go home. Remember when he had told the answer?

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I will go home with you.

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Medina is home y'all are family. So he said, it's time to go home, let's go home.

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And Makkah was so precious, so precious, so important that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I will leave people in charge here to take care of mica.

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And he appointed a Sahabi by the name of itab, even a seed to be the governor of Makkah to kind of run the affairs of Mecca. And he left the second person in charge with him, whose name was more I've been Jebel, the famous companion the professor setup. When the personal advanced students of the prophets a lot he said him more I've been given. He left him there in Makkah as well. Why you fuck you NASA for Dini, where your Allahu Allah that He left my I've been double there to teach the people how to practice Islam and to teach them the Quran.

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So he left the teacher, wide bingeable and he left somebody to run the state of affairs manager of Mecca, if you will. And that was I tapped in a seed. So he left it in very capable hands.

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But it's still such a powerful moment when you think about how precious, how sanctified. How beloved makossa the prophets a lot is from the place he was born in the place where he was raised a place where he lived his life, where he built a home and a family and raised his own kids received revelation, build the foundations of the community. The Medina had now become home.

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And so in spite of the fact that Morocco was there, and it was available, the prophets a lovely son went home to Medina, and that would always be home. And so at this particular time, the prophets a lot of them returned home to Medina. It was at the end of the month of delicata. And that's the last thing I forgot to mention, excuse me, that out of the four Omarosa processing performed, the first one was who they beat that was in the month of June. The second one was in Chicago, that was also in the month a little harder. The third one this year at Rana was also in the month of June kada. It was only the head jetten without that would be performed in the beginning days of hedger. So this is

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the time when the profits a lot of them are performed the Ramadan and with that inshallah we'll conclude and when we continue on, we'll talk about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam returning back from you know, returning back to the city of Medina, and then continuing on from there and I almost forgot, I had intended This is something I had mentioned, I always do that after we complete the study of a particular incident from the life of the process. Um, I like to kind of mention the verses of the Quran that were revealed pertaining to it, because now you can see the entire folder of events, you can see the entire sequence of events and you know, packed into the ions. So the eyes

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are from sutra to Toba sutra number nine, so Toba surah number nine is 2526 and 27. Doesn't seem like a lot but they're powerful. These three I after about this purchase this entire experience of her name and everything, were lost kind of what Allah says la cadena sobre como la who female Latina kathira God aided and assisted you at many different places and situations. Where Yama who naman and Allah helped you on the day of her name is rj butcombe kufra to come when you and this is a lot of addressing all of you is our job but comb, Li speaking to the believers, not to profits or some of course, but when all of you are Muslims had become very enamored, you had become very impressed and

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enamored with your numbers for lunch, Oh, honey and crochet. And that did not help you in the least bit.

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Your numbers were no good to you. They didn't help you. Well, Baka tonic, and the situation started to shrink around you the situation started to collapse in on you bemaraha. But in spite of the earth being very vast, it seemed like the earth was closing in and around you what it basically means you had all the resources in the world. But yet it seemed like your situation was collapsing in on itself. Similar when Nathan would be in and then many of you turned and started to run. Thelma and Zell Allahu sakeena to who

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But then a law sent down his tranquility alera suli he upon His Messenger well, meaning and upon the believers were unzila juden lamb Torah, and he sent down an army that you could not see

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was the ballerina cafaro and Allah subhanaw taala afflicted by with his punishment, those who disbelieved whether he catches out with caffeine, and that is the recompense to reward of those who disbelieve in Allah subhanaw taala some layer two beloved human bodies, Allah called me a shot, but then Allah subhanaw taala forgave after that whomsoever He will, the unfortunately some of the believers who might have been a bit shaky in that moment, who had turned and ran, they repented to God and Allah accepted their repentance Allah forgave them. Well, Lucha fudo Rahim because Allah subhanaw taala is the one who is constantly forgiving and constantly merciful. And may Allah

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subhanaw taala We ask Allah for his forgiveness and his mercy and May Allah subhanaw taala make the life of the prophets a lot of them a source of inspiration and a source of direction for each and every single one of us. Subhana Allah who will be hungry he Subhana colombi hamitic Nationale La ilaha illa Anta necec for Ghana to Lake