Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
Episode 168 discusses the journey to Tabuk.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was a marine
Sharla continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Siddhartha number we had the prophetic biography. In the previous session, we started talking about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his journey and mission to the book. This is one of the major campaigns and expeditions of the ninth year of his route, the ninth year of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his residents in the city of Medina. And so we started off by talking about exactly what happened, why it happened. And exactly what was to transpire. In the previous session, we talked about preparing for that particular journey, and some of the very touching some of the very
remarkable and the very insightful
things that occurred as they prepared to departs and to leave for this particular journey. Today, what we're going to be talking about is the actual journey itself, the departure when they leave Medina and begin to proceed towards the book. The very first thing that I wanted to highlight here is that the scholars of the Sierra even is Hakan, cathedra, and many, many others. They all mentioned that the numbers present at this particular time during this campaign, this expedition was that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was accompanied by 30,000, Sahaba 30,000 companions. And while that is a very, very large number, and up until now, that was the largest number that I
traveled with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, on any of his expeditions and campaigns. However, at the same time, the potential forces that they were going to be facing often meeting they're in trouble, were rumored to have been at least 100,000. And there were even some reports of two and 300,000 soldiers. So even with this, they were going to be outnumbered from anyone, anywhere from three to one, two, up till nine to one. So it was still very, very heavy odds tend to one excuse me, so so very, very heavy odds. Nevertheless, there were 30,000 companions with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and as had become the habit and kind of the standard operating
procedure of the munafo, one of the hypocrites, it mentions that Abdullah bin obey bin saloon, he gathered together his group, and they also departed, right behind not too far behind the prophets, a lot of the some of the Muslims.
However, as was expected from them, shortly after departing from Medina, then they basically turned around and just went right back to Medina, and they abandoned the army as that they were known to do as they were prone to do.
Nevertheless, proceeding forward and moving forward, there are some very remarkable and powerful stories about what transpired exactly at this time, as they were departing, and as they were heading out to the book on this particular expedition. The first thing that I wanted to mention, which is also one of the central details of any of these campaigns and expeditions, was who did the profits a lot he sent them leave in charge, who did the profits allottees and put in charge of Medina in his absence. So this is something that's very interesting. at this particular time, the person that the prophets alabi some identified to stay behind, and to safeguard Medina to protect Medina to take
care of the community, in Medina, since it was such a large number of people that were heading out. And at the same time, Medina was not just some small little town anymore, but basically was the headquarters. For now this growing Muslim area is growing Muslim territory that covered the entire region, all the way from inhaber, all the way down to the city of Mecca. And there were even some satellite remote locations like places like Bahrain and Yemen, where Islam had taken root now, so whoever was left in charge of Medina had to be somebody who the prophets a lot of them had confidence in would be able to manage all the affairs of the state. In the absence of the prophets,
a lot of them the person that the prophets Allah agent chose, according to the scholars of the CIA, Urbanus, Hawk and others, was on even to be taught him, the leader of the Allahu taala and who he chose him to basically watch over Medina in his absence.
And the narrations mentioned that two things occurred. Number one, the Allahu taala I knew he had a company the profits a lot, he said on every single battle expedition campaign, from the very beginning, he had always been with the prophets, a lot of them so already in and of itself, he was a little, you know, disheartened or a little
sad at the fact that he would not be by the sight of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And so he did eventually mentioned to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that, you know, you left me behind.
The only people that I see in Medina left there are three types of people there are the women, there are the children. And then amongst the men there are just a monarchy, a boon and the hypocrites. And so it's just it's very hard for me to stay behind. The other thing that happened was some of them went home started to talk to Tom Tim and teased him and started, you know, basically taunting him about being left behind. So he eventually became so uncomfortable particularly at the taunting and the provoking of them whenever you own that he got his ride together and he rode out behind the profits, a lot of them after the profits a lot he sell them. And the profits a lot of them obviously
traveling with 30,000 soldiers, you move at a slower pace. So they were at one of the stops that they had made the following day, and our leader, the Allahu taala, who caught up to them when he came to the profits a lot he said, he told the prophets a lot he's in the process and so what are you doing here I left you in charge of Medina and he said that while they were saying these things about me and they were calling me a hypocrite and look the prophets a lot of them left you behind, etcetera, etcetera. The prophets a lot of them said kuzhambu they lie well I kidney Aleph to Kalamata rock tomorrow. I left you in charge of Medina because of how serious the responsibility is
there. I left you there not because I didn't want you with me. I left you there precisely because of your the respect and the the the trust and the love that I have for you. And he said for JIRA for halluf nifi and he will Annika he says go back and you take care of my family and your family because they were one family and then the profits a lot of them furthermore consoled him by saying to him of Allah Tada, Ali.
Would you not like the fact Ali and takuna Mini Beeman Zilla t Haruna min Musa, that you would be ma you would be Harun to my Musa.
That you would be like what Harun was to Musa that's what you would be for me Illa Allah who Lana v. Abadi minus the fact that there are no profits after me. There are no profits after me. So Harun was left in charge by Musa alayhis salam when he went to go converse with a law. But the thing was that Haruna Allison was a prophet as well. The prophets a lot of them said, I am trusting you like Musa trusted Harun. However, there's no Prophethood But nevertheless, that's the level of trust I have in you. That's the level of confidence I have in you. And when our leader the Allahu taala knew heard this, and he understood, the responsibility the prophets are loving him was giving him then our
leader the Allahu taala, on who went back to Medina and took care of the city of Medina, and the affairs of the Muslims. In the absence of the prophets, a lot a sermon. This is, of course, a hadith in Bukhari, and Muslim and many, many different other books of Hadith. Now, while they're on their journey, there's a couple of very beautiful, remarkable, powerful incidents.
The first one that is mentioned by
a number again of the scholars of Hadith, such as hibben is how can others is about us a hobby by the name of Abu Haytham Abou haoma Abu Haytham, and that's what he was known as popularly that was his kidney I that's what that's what he was known as. That was his moniker. However, his name was Malik even pace. Maliki blueface radi Allahu taala who is a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So he had left with the prophets a lot. He said he had departed along with them as he was supposed to.
But the narration mentions that shortly after they had left, it was so hot.
The journey was so difficult and the heat was so bad that a few days after traveling he felt that you know, this is maybe unbearable, this is too much for me to handle. And he went back to Medina, he said we're close enough right now. And he wrote back to Medina, when he got back to Medina, the nation mentions that
he had a garden and in the garden, he had like a little bit of a like we will have like sometimes in the backyard like a shed or a patio or, or you'll see in a park like a little, you know, a little picnic area, if you will. And so he had one of those types of setups in his garden.
And when he got home and the news reached to his house that he's coming back home, then his wife went and you know, prepared the entire you know, area and basically made all this fresh food, got all this cool, clean water, and she basically set up like an entire picnic and a feast very nicely.
And when he got there and he saw
The entire setup.
Then he stopped right there without entering into the tent without entering into it from outside he saw beautiful tend to set up comfortable cushions are set set up for him to be able to sit down. There's food and there's drink and there's all these different things that are set up nicely. He stopped right there outside of it. And he looked at it and he says Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fit the he were he he will Harry
Murphy lean body didn't work. I mean mohajir inward Mirage in hasna.
Family he moved in. He said that the prophets a lot of Islam is out there sacrificing in the heat, the sweltering heat, with the hot burning winds of the desert and the sand blowing in his face. And abou hate sama is supposed to sit here in the shade in the cool with all this food and drink prepared with his lovely wife
sitting here comfortably at home. While the profitsystem is out there struggling and sacrifice it. He said Mahathir bin Nasser said this doesn't make any sense. This makes no sense whatsoever. This is not right.
And then he said well, la de la la Li Sha wahiduddin Hata lockerby Rasulullah Salatu Salam Fayyad and
so then the prophets, then he basically set up a timer that I swear by God, I will not enter into this tense ever again until I go back and rejoin the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So prepare my ride.
And they went and they prepared the ride and they prepared him some, you know, provisions and supplies for the journey. And he immediately set out on his way to go and rejoin the profits a lot. So the narration mentioned that on the way he mentioned or may have been,
or may have been, wow, this was a Muslim from Makkah. And he was a part of a very interesting story. We talked about previously, the story of Stefan Beatlemania, who had ran away from Morocco, when the prophets along with him came for the conquest of Mecca. And it was or may have been Wahab, his friend who went, as the Prophet says, and please forgive him in the process and gave him his turban as a sign as proof of the fact that he was coming from the prophets along with him and he went and he brought him back. This is that homemade. Meanwhile, he met homemade bin Wahab on the way and he said, Where are you going? You said, I heard the Prophet said Sam is on his way, and I want to go
and join him. He said, Well, I'm headed there too. And they joined up together and they traveled the rest of the way together.
And the narration mentions that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had already along with the Muslim army, they had reached the place of the book. And when they had reached the place of the book, the prophets a lot he said, um, had actually looked around and noticed that Abu Haytham was out there. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had even asked the Sahaba Where is it?
Where's the bouquet? Thema. And then we don't know what was last election. I think he went back and he stayed back.
The profits of audition did not say anything. When they now they were already camped out at the booth and that's when I will hate him. I know I may have been we'll have to catch up to the profits. A lot of them when they're coming from a distance. The Muslim army the people that are camped out there some of the scalps they see somebody writing or writing towards them in the distance. And they shout it out as is the job of the scout have our argument Allah 33 mock bill. There's somebody headed this way on the road. The profits allowed him when he heard the scout shouting out that there's someone writing this direction. The profits a lot he said him as almost a DA he said
couldn't about hyphema couldn't let it be a bouquet summer.
And then as soon as he got near enough to where they could recognize him the scout once again shout it out. Yeah. rasulillah who are lucky Abu hyphema messenger of God I swear to a lot that it is actually a boo Haytham when he reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the prophets a lot of them said to him, Allah, Allah kya Botha that it is so good to see you Okay, sama, I'm glad that you came back. And then he told the prophets a lot of him his own story that our messenger of Allah Please forgive me. I had a lapse in judgment, I went back home, but when I got home and I saw that and I said, I can't be here while the Profit System is out there. So I came back into profits,
a lot of them made to offer him and he prayed for him.
There's another very similar story. That is very, very powerful. It starts off
Abdullah bin Masuda the Allahu taala and who are telling us Abdullah bin Masuda radi Allahu taala, who is the one who narrates his story, and it's also narrated by Saad bin to be webcast and others that
The profits allow the seller when they were traveling to the book because remember, and I talked about this in the previous sessions, to book was one of those instances in February for fun with Ireland, everyone who was capable of going had to go It was mandatory to go.
So that's why the profits, a lot of them was regularly kind of taking a roll call looking around serving who was there and who wasn't, who made it and who did not. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever he would notice that somebody was not there, he would ask about that person, where's this person? And they would tell the prophets a lot. So, so eventually what happened was that the prophets of the day some Sahaba would come to the process and they would say, the handler for Fulani so and so did not come. So and so did not join us. And the prophets Allah assemblies as a response he would say that oh who leave him be he or Kofi halen for say, la who become if there is
good in that man, God will allow him to come and join you. What a cool hey, love Annika, but if there's something else there, this was the tough part. We love the profits a lot. He said, this was the positivity of the profits a lot. So it's very important quality that we need to have. Positivity encourages people, motivates people inspires people breeds more positivity. negativity breeds more negativity.
And so the process was so positive he said if there's good eco Hayden fee or coffee head on if there's good in him, then God will allow him to join you now instead of saying he a goofy Sharon, if there's bad in him, but the process him didn't say that. He said he a cool hey, Ron valleca if it's something else, I may want to say it. If there's something else, for Kadar, ah ha como la who Minho then God spared you from him being with you.
If he's not going to be act, well, if he's not going to be good, if he's not going to be encouraging, he's not going to be positive, he's not going to be motivated. Then it's like dragging, you know, dead weight.
So if there's good in him, he'll come eventually, sooner or later, he'll get here. And if he's not so good, then God spared you from having to deal with him.
So every time somebody came to him and said that so and so's not here, so and so's not here the process and would always respond with this, until finally, they came to somebody came to the profits. A lot of you simply Lega Rasul Allah.
The halifa, Abu Zarin was a big burrito. They said, A boozer. Now Abu Dhabi is not some ordinary person. He's a senior companion of the promises of a booth early Friday. He accepted Islam in the early days of Mecca, came from from the tribe of the father came from abroad, came to Makkah, personally met with the prophet SAW someone accepted Islam. He's a senior companion, very respected.
And so then somebody came to him and he said, a Buddha is not here.
But then they said that we're up to be buried, but he's not here. It's not that he's not present because he didn't want to come.
Or he, you know, kind of tried to get out of coming. But he did not make it here yet because his camel slowed him down.
His camel was not strong enough to endure the journey carrying both him and all the supplies. So his camel slowed him down
the profits a lot. So once again, responded in the same way that it's okay. Don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. If there's good in me or goofy haven for too long, because then God will allow him to join you. When you go, Hey, da da da da, da como la camino. And if it's something else, then God spared you from having to be in this company.
So the narration goes on to tell us what happened with a Buddha. It's very fascinating. For tullahoma, Abu Zubaydah who Abu Zar radi Allahu Jelani we kept trying to, you know, get his camel to keep going.
And when the camel finally gave up, then he stopped. Like, obviously, the camel stopped, the car stopped. So he was there just trying to think what am I supposed to do? He was left in the way in the middle of the way by himself.
So finally when he realized the camels not going to be able to continue the journey carrying him and all the supplies what he did was 100 ma Hua Hua la vida de su Maharaja Ateneo de la sala de Mattia, he realized the camels not gonna make it. So what he did was he took all the supplies off the camel, you know, tied it up, kind of put it on his own back, like a hiking bag, like a big old hiking bag. Okay, he strapped it onto his own back all of his supplies, and he started walking
in the direction of the book.
The profits a lot even by this time had reached a booth. They were camped out there for some time. And one of the things
As they're they're camped out at the booth, because they were there for about 20 days. One of the days when the scouts again is keeping a lookout
and he sees somebody walking. So again he shouts out Yara Salama, in hava Raja Masha, Allah Tarik, or messenger of God, there is a man walking along on the path.
The prophets, a lot of them once again made a comment about that. Please let it be a Buddha
for lama tamela, who Rasul Allah, whoever like a Buddha, after a while when he got close enough where they could recognize him, they said, Yeah, oh messenger of God, by Allah, it is actually a Buddha.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he sees a Buddha in the distance, walking by himself,
with all the supplies strapped to his back, the prophets a lot, he said to me,
and he said, Yeah, hum, Allahu Akbar, may God have mercy upon a Buddha, young Shiva who he walks by himself, we are moved to Idaho,
and he will die by himself. Will you buy through Idaho, and you'll be resurrected by himself.
That's like a prophecy from the prophets a lot. He said that I was just one of those people is the man is so strong. He'll walk by himself to get here.
And he will die in seclusion, but he'll be resurrected from a spot where people won't be around him. But he will rejoin Of course, all the believers in paradise.
The narration mentions that forgot about Darwin, Darby. quite a bit of time later, the prophets of Salaam passed away with Abubakar was halifa he passed away, Omar was Khalifa he passed away. Arthur Manuel the Allahu talana was Khalifa. And it's a famous story, or summarize it here, that it was about the Allahu taala and who already as it was, was a very,
he just was a very kind of
humanity very strict person.
He's a very disciplined, principled person very strict.
And especially in old age, we know sometimes in old age folks can get sometimes a little rough. So he had become quite, you know, harsh, kind of rough in his demeanor in old age. And so it started to become a little bit of an issue a scene in Makkah, excuse me in Medina, that he would sometimes walk around and if he saw somebody doing something he didn't approve of, he would yell at them and shout at them, you know, chase after the kids Hey, what are you doing? right and so that started becoming kind of an issue and he was such a senior, older respected of Companion of the prophets a lot. Everyone respected him, but it was like, there were multiple incidents a day
and nobody wanted to disrespect them so they didn't know how to handle it. So eventually they came to earth mana the Allahu taala on who they said you're of the caliber, or even more senior than without, you have more seniority than him. If anybody can talk to him at you. So then earthman with the Allahu taala on who went to Abu Dhabi. And he said, Listen, oh, Buddha, you know, I love you.
I don't think that you have it within you to just kind of be very calm and patient anymore. Old age it's kind of you know, had its wear and tear on you. You already were kind of a strict harsh guy, and old age I don't think you're going to be able to process living here Medina is growing people coming from everywhere, all the time constantly new Muslims, people from other cultures and there's, it's the melting pot, everything's coming together here and I don't think you're going to be able to handle this situation. So finally Earth man or the Allahu taala, who said there's a very nice place a little bit outside of Medina, about three miles outside of Medina. It's called the rub the rub the
earth Mama, the Allahu taala, who is said to have like some land or property out there as well. It's a really nice, calm, cool place only three miles away, you're close enough to where you can come pray Juma with us and things like that. But I think it'll actually be calmer and easier for you and your nerves. So you're not just constantly agitated all the time. And a Buddha the Allahu talanoa understood what he was saying he agreed with him. He said, No, that makes a lot of sense. And so I was under the Allahu taala, who eventually moved out to rub die in his old age. And he lived out there and he lived out his days he lived his days out over there. So the narration mentions now that
it's decades later the process that I'm remember I was walking up to the book, the process of season he says, may God have mercy on a Buddha walks by himself, will die by himself will resurrect be resurrected by himself. And decades go by and he's living at the place of Robert Isaiah explained when he was on his deathbed when he was about to die.
See that he made to his wife. He requested he requested his wife on his deathbed. He said when I die, wash my body,
and then go and wait on the road.
And the first folks that kind of pass by here,
tell them that this is a Buddha, and then they'll pray agendas and bury me.
So when this happened,
they he passed away.
They washed his body, family, they shouted him, they went out, put the body by the side of the road. They just waited. It was like funny time early in the morning.
And the narration mentions that there was a group that was traveling back from Kufa from Iraq. And it was still kind of dark outside because it was wintertime that they almost didn't notice that there were some people standing out there with a generator.
And then they saw them at the last minute they stopped and he said, What's going on here? And they told them as a booth that had told them that this is a booth
in that group that was traveling back from Kufa, from Iraq going to Medina.
Abdullah bin Massoud was in that group, and Abdullah bin Massoud was the one who heard the prophet SAW said I may say that do either a Buddha and when they said the words have a Buddha, the narration said says first a holla even though Mr. Old yep key Abdullah bin Massoud started to weep. He started to sob he cried out loud.
And he said, choking on his own tears. He said sadaqa Rasul Allah He salani.
So Han Allah, he said, the prophets also spoke the truth
yahama Allah who may God have mercy on a Buddha, young Shiva who were moved to La Jolla.
He walked by himself, he died by himself, and he'll be resurrected by himself.
And then up to 11, Massoud himself got down from his transportation, the animal and he led the janaza prayer there and then they buried a booth out of there at that spot.
And so these were some of the very remarkable incidents that occurred at the same time. There were some miracles that occurred at this time as well. There's multiple narrations from the Muslim Imam Ahmed. Also there's narrations in the books of Sierra and like even his Hawk and also in the books of Hadith
that, like him by Mr. malbay, hockey and others, that the journey they some of the Sahaba mentioned and leading meta biography saccular sarathi, that those who followed the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the most harshest and severest of conditions, they were willing to follow the process and some into the most harshest and superiors of conditions.
They mentioned that there were to some time most of the time three people sharing one animal as a ride as a transportation do we take turns? That's how severe it was. And eventually, the hunger got so bad
that they started talking about maybe sacrificing some of the animals for food.
And when they asked the professor Salaam he initially told just one or two groups ask the professor something he said sure.
But after a while when more people started to do this, or Omar bin Al Khattab radi Allahu jalon, who
came to the prophets a lot to me and said, O Messenger of Allah. If we keep on sacrificing our animals, we might not be left with any transportation.
And so Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah and the Prophet some agreed with him. He said, You're right.
Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah who comes to the prophets a lot he says in the law,
federal law Nana he says Allah has put great Hey, great blessing and your your supplication or prophet please make the offer us he said to hibou Delica Do you want me to make to offer you he said yes, please make do offer us the profits. A lot of them raised his hands up to the sky.
And then the profits awesome kept his hands up making sure
everyone was watching him. And while his hands were still up to the sky making
the Sahaba safer. avala
clouds started moving into the sky.
Some Masek a bit and then it started to rain.
It started to rain give them water because they were thirsty
for mother oh mama.
And everyone started filling up all their water socks and whatever they had that they could fill water in. And then aeration says some of the Havana Nando Philomena Jean hotjar was at some of the
Sahaba said that we started kind of like walking around the area looking at where it was raining and they swear that it was not raining outside of where the army was camped. It was only raining on top of the Muslim group.
Another narration similarly mentions
some of the when they came to the profits a lot he sent them and they said O Messenger of Allah, the same narration that Amara, the Allahu taala who says that in Fallujah Allah baru well I can be funny as well the humid Allah Allah Humphrey if bill Baraka de la la la mujer, Allah Fie her al Baraka, now, this provided water, but there was still a shortage of food. And Amara, the Allahu taala, who came to the process, as I mentioned previously, and he said, if we keep sacrificing the animals, we won't have any transportation.
So I have an idea of messenger of a life. I mean, the process I'm sure What's your idea? He said, If you ask everyone to bring whatever food whatever rations, they have left, they gathered together in front of you, you make drives that Allah puts Buttercup in it, you know, I have conviction, it'll be enough for everybody.
The prophets a lot a Salaam said, Sure, let's do that. So the perfect day, they basically put out some, you know, shawls and sheets, and they told everyone to bring all your food and all your rations and all your supplies, somebody brought some bread, somebody brought some dates, somebody brought this that everybody brought everything together, and they put it all together. And when it was all put together generation says, Mr. Allen knotty mandelic he said, it looked like very little 30,000 people and it was just like, a table full of food. It looked very little.
Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam started to make dua, and he asked to Lola put Baraka in this. Then while the prophet SAW Selim continued making Dr. He told them who doofy where he can start coming and bringing your the sacks in which you keep your rations and supplies and start filling up your sacks. start filling up the containers of food and the process and kept making dua, and they came in, they kept up filling up their containers until all the containers of the entire army were full of food. Then the profits a lot of them said start taking food from here to eat. Then they all started taking food from there to eat until everybody had eaten to their fill. And after
all of that was done, there was still food left on the table.
And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said the following statement, he said to Allah, Allah illallah wa and the Rasul Allah,
I bear witness, I give testimony, that there is no one worthy of worship, except for a Lalo and that I am the messenger of Allah. And then he said, like, Allaha be Hema, I've done the VEDA shakin fee Hema in la de la, Jana,
that I swear to Allah, anyone who will go before God, any human being that will go before God on the Day of Judgment, believing in this without having any doubt in the fact that there is no one worthy of worship, except for a line that Mohammed is a messenger of Allah, that person is guaranteed to enter Paradise.
The prophets of love is who made that statement at this particular time.
And then, lastly, and finally, this is a very famous story also from the journey to book a business. How can others they mentioned this, that while they were on the journey at one of the stops that they had made,
the camera loves the profits, a lot of them while they were there at that stop when the camera loved the process, and I kind of wandered off.
And maybe they were taking a nap or something like that. And so when they when the processor woke up and he looked in the camera was gone, and he asked around, so we don't know we haven't seen it. Everyone was a little distracted during the break. And the camel had wandered off and nobody could find the camel.
amongst a group that was traveling there was a man who is describing this narration as being from amongst them when when the hypocrites who I guess had come along just due to social or peer pressure, whatever the case may be. So he was there. So he started making some comments. He said, Hagia Mohammed used to be to come and the hoonah Bian where you've metacam habra sama, he was in and
he says that
this Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He says that he tells you that he's a prophet, prophet of God. He tells you the news from the heavens, but he doesn't know where his camel is. So you're trying to tell me this guy tells you about the unseen, the life of the Hereafter, what God says, and he can't find this camel. really started making some comments like this.
Prophets Allah is someone who was informed that there's a man saying these types of comments.
The prophets a lot of them responded by saying, we're in the we're lucky my llama Alemany Allahu. He said, Listen by Allah by God. I only know that which God tells me what God informs me of.
And he says waka waka Delany Allahu Allah. But now because of the comments of this man, God has informed me now where the camel can be found. He has been why the there's a valley over in that direction. It's lost in the valleys or the habitaciones or rotten bees Amamiya it was wondering about looking for looking to graze. camels are pretty smart, they usually come back to where they were. But the reason why it hasn't been able to come back and went to that valley, and it's rain, it's rope got caught in a tree so it's stuck there.
So if you go there, they'll find it there.
And they went
to go find the camel there and they found the camel there in that valley and without a doubt, its range, its rope had been caught on that tree.
And when they came back, they told the man that this is basically what had happened and some of the iterations mentioned in the zaidan taba that basically he repented and truly accepted Islam. And so I was mistaken.
May Allah forgive me, and he repented and he accepted the song. And so this was the journey on the way to the book. And inshallah we'll go ahead and stop and conclude here. And in the next session, we'll talk about not only the arrival at the book, but basically when they were close to arriving at to book there were two particular really remarkable things. First of all, the prophets are some passed by the ruins of thermowood. The tribe the people that have been destroyed by Allah that spoken about in the Quran, and then secondly, the process and gave a very powerful football when they arrived at the book. And so we'll talk about that inshallah, in the next session, may Allah
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