Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah, he was actually admiring
shala continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a sirata number we had the prophetic biography.
In the previous sessions, we've been talking about the ninth year of hitching out the ninth year of the profits, a lot of reasons residents in the city of Medina, and we have essentially talked about all the major events of the ninth year, what we're going to be talking about here, and I'm, there's a few different ways to kind of go about this. Just a very brief kind of an explanation about the study of the Sierra, the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, as is the case with any other area or field of study. There are different methodologies, different ways that scholars go about in studying the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or even writing about it or compiling
it. So when it comes to life of the prophets a lot he said, I'm obviously some of the major sources the, if you will, the original sources of the CETA. There are, of course, the collections of even this hog, you've been a sham and watch TV be happy, a number of them, even Kathy Rahim, Allahu taala, the great scholar historian will first set up the Forum has also written on the life of the prophets a lot he sent him. His methodology in terms of organization is one that I've always been a bit impartial to, I appreciate kind of the way he organizes things. Because of him, being a historian in general, not only just writing on the life of the prophets a lot he sent him, he has a
good methodology in that regard. Secondly, he's a professor of the Koran. So he always makes it a very particular point to bring up issues pertaining to the feed and the revelation of certain verses at certain junctures of the life of the prophets a lot. He said I'm, which is also very insightful and very beneficial. The third thing is that I've been cathedra, I'm allowed to Allah also was, you know, one of the scholars who wrote on the seat of the prophets, a lot of them, as were others, but he particular was also a scholar with a background in physics and UHD. And so what that essentially does Islamic law and jurisprudence, what that does is that scholars of Islamic largers, prudence,
oftentimes are very,
you know, organized in how they approach things. They're very particular about organization and about structure, because that's the nature of, you know, law and legal theory. And so what he does here is that oftentimes, you'll organize it very, very well. So I'm following his particular methodology here in terms of organization. There is an overall theme from the life of the prophets, Allah, the center, the theme from the life of the prophets, a lot of them is over food and water, Idina, Allah Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. What that means is the different delegations that were coming to visit the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, many of them would inquire about
Islam, the majority of them would end up accepting Islam. And so there's an entire theme that is present throughout the even actually, even before the muddiman period, even in Makkah, not very, it was not entire delegations, individuals came to visit the prophets a lot he said of like the Fabian Ahmad from a dose, like a Buddha from the tribe of the far right there were individuals who came to visit the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But in the medieval period, there's a particular theme, where there were entire delegations coming on behalf of tribes that were coming to meet the prophets, a lot of them, talk to him interact with him, and potentially accept Islam as most of them did.
Now, these delegations, the majority of them came during the ninth year of his job. The majority of them came during the ninth year of his arrow. That is the fact a few of them came before some of them came even in the 10th year, but the majority of them came in the ninth year, and for this reason, even as hoc, even a sham, they hopefully walk at all the earlier, you know, original writers on the life in the seat of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the prophetic biography, they have referred to the ninth year of his role as a new food, a lot of times certain years of the life of the prophets a lot easier to have a particular theme to them. Okay, of course, we have a woman who's
in the 11th year of the life of the Prophet hood, the 11th year of prophethood, before he hits it off, is known as the year of grief and sorrow because it was the year that's his beloved wife Khadija, our mother Khadija wrote the Allahu taala. And he passed away, and his uncle also died during that year. So this year, the ninth year of his novel, this is a very notable year, many, many major events took place as we've talked about them. The expedition of taboo, the very the establishment and the reclamation of hedge took place during this year, but this year is overall often been dumped by the earlier writers of the CBOE as amu food the year of the delegation
The year of the delegations. So what even theater I'm Allahu taala has done is he at this particular point after talking about the ninth year of his era, he's paused here. And he has brought an entire discussion, a very lengthy discussion and detailing of some of the major delegations talking about all the delegations that came to visit the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And he, so that's the way I'd like to approach it, because it's a little bit more organized this way. So we'll be talking about delegations that came to visit the prophets, a lot of them. We're going to start off by talking about two delegations today. Hopefully, I aim to talk about too, maybe we'll only be able
to talk about one, because we want to make sure that especially the one that will start with bentota meme, but what I mean the tribe Ubuntu meme, we'll be talking about that. There's some very fascinating details about their particular interaction, and their arrival and what transpired with them when they came to Medina. And if time allows time permits them, we'll also talk about the second delegation, which was the delegation of Abdullah case, there was another tribe by the name of Abdullah Ace, this tribe of optimal case was actually where we know the, the place that we call Bahrain, which even classically, even historically, even at the time of the process of was known as
Bahrain. So the country we call behind has always that region, that place has always been called Bahrain, because of its positioning and its geographical location. So a tribe from Bahrain called Abdullah pace, they're well fed, their delegation came and visited. Medina interacted with the prophets, a lot of them became Muslim and went back. And so if time permits, we'll talk about that interaction as well. Now, the one point that I want to make again, as part of kind of a precursor and introduction to the study of these delegations coming to become Muslim, is that even casita makes a very particular point to say that even though popularly in the books of Sierra, we know how
mu food is the ninth year of hedgerow, there were some delegations that came and accepted Islam before even fetch from aka the conquest of Mecca. Okay, he quotes in his hop here and let me read this excerpt and then explain one of the things that Evan kathina points out as a nuance about this issue. So even as Hawk writes lemma, if the taharah salicylate is a mecca for elements a book was MSRP for by dorabella.
So he says that went once maka had been maka had come under, you know, the control of the Muslims makaha basically come into Islam. And the prophets, a lot of them had dealt with the impending threat from the direction of the Buddha. And we talked about the expedition have to book and bought if the second biggest city home to the second largest or second most powerful tribe, but leave the city of five, they have accepted Islam and given their allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well. At this point in time, many Arab tribes and their delegation started to come and arrive in the city of Medina to basically accept Islam and give their allegiance to the Prophet salallahu
alayhi wasallam even a sham rights velika facility decided that this was in the ninth year one hochanda to some Masato food, and that's why it's called the year of delegations. Now, even his heart goes on to write and this is very interesting. In the mechanical era, Butera, bazoo. Islamia, ammeraal, haven Parish, he says all of the Arabian Peninsula, the Arabian Peninsula, all these Arab tribes, were essentially waiting out to see what would happen with the operation. The operation, can you imagine now see why? Because the operation always been the leaders of the all the Arab tribes, and everyone had always followed the lead of the operation, they kind of set the tone in all of
Arabia. Well, Alan Bates, Beatty was wrong. They were also the people of the home.
And then it goes on to say what sorry, how well are these Mariela even Ibrahim? They were also known as the direct descendants of Ishmael, the son of Abraham. Right. And so that kind of gave them a position of like sad that they were the leaders of the people will find that in Arabic, they were the leaders of all the Arabs, like in Corona Vatican, nobody denied them this position, this dignity, this prestige, what kind of Qureshi Latina sebata harbor the Rasulullah sallallahu. Similarly, it was operation were the primary opposition to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So he's trying to say that, while of course, it's not exactly exemplary on the part of all these Arabian
tribes that are inclined towards Islam to kind of wait out and see how things pan out between the Muslims and MCI in place. That's not exactly you know, that doesn't exactly scream courage. And, you know, that's not really inspiring on their part. That being said, at the same time, and this is one of the benefits of setting the CETA when you study the life of the prophets, a lot of them
What you're studying is human behavior. You're studying how human beings react in a particular situation. So it goes outside of the theoretical, and it actually becomes practical, it becomes very human. So what you see here, although theoretically, we might sit here and in principle say, well, that's not very good. If you think it's right, then it's right. And if you think it's wrong, then it's wrong. But easier said than done. You have to also understand when life literally life is at stake. And when you're standing at the brink of war, right, that a lot of times you are overcome, by the circumstances you're in. And again, this is not the excuse that behavior, but it is to
understand why because now when we operate within the community, when we are, you know, working amongst humanity, we also have to be able to understand and navigate similar dynamics, similar human dynamics. So he's saying here, that, while not very inspiring, it is somewhat understandable their predicament, you can see that they did have a predicament, these are small Bedouin tribes, not very large, not very strong, not very large a number and not very powerful at all. And they're basically sitting here saying that for generations for generations operation have been our leaders there that we follow their lead. And right now, even though the message that Mohammed Salah has given to us
makes a lot of sense. However, at the same time, the people that we've always followed the people that we've always listened to and look to for leadership are opposed to his message. So what do you do? So you have to understand there was a little bit of a predicament so he goes on to say for instance, I had Makkah once maka basically was opened was was you know, the conquest had occurred with Alex Allahu Quraysh and flourish came close to the profits a lot of them were don't want to walk over Haha, Islam and they basically, you know, Islam entered into them out of Attila hula Takata Lacombe, Lacombe hubie rasulillah, Salam Alaikum wa T. At that point in time the Arabs
understood that there was no point to opposing the prophets Allah and Islam for the Hanafi Deen Allah he come upon Raja Raja Virginia, una
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Canada that at that point in time, they all flocked to Islam as a last part of what Allah has said in the Quran, that when the help the victory, the help and the victory from God comes, you will see the people flocking into the deen into the religion of a law in hordes, tribe after tribe wave after wave. So praise and glorify your Lord and seek His forgiveness, for he is most Accepting of repentance. Alright, so Allah subhanaw taala foretold this fact within the Koran and that's exactly what we saw come to fruition at this particular time. And so the very first lesson that I wanted to kind of highlight here is the fact that initially, it might seem like people are on the edge,
they're kind of teetering, their intentions might not seem very, very noble, they might not seem very noble in how they're approaching a particular endeavor. But we do know that some of these tribes apostatized, left Islam after the passing of the prophets a lot of the time, so you see them for what they are, but some of them became very true within their embracing of Islam. So that's where you're also able to understand and appreciate the fact that sometimes a story might start a particular way. But it can end very, very differently. That just in the beginning, if people struggle a little bit, that's not to say that they might not eventually find their footing in terms
of their Deen in their religion, and that's what we will see here as well. So the thing that I wanted to point out here
is even cathedra from Allahu taala. He says, having said that, even as hot seems to say that all these delegations came after the conquest of Makkah happened, but even Kathy says that the Quran tells us that that's not completely the case. Because there is a verse there is an ayah in soloqueue Hadid is number 10 and sort of odd number 10 Allah says like is that we mean human and farming. In fact a rotten wood I
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wakulla de la Coronavirus now, he Allah Spanish Allah in the Quran says these two groups are not equal in their reward. There's one group that embraced Islam join the cause fought by the side of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam before the conquest of Mecca. Then there is a group that joined the cause supported the mission and fought by the side of the center after the conquest of Mecca. These two groups are not equal in terms of reward. Those who embrace Islam before Macau was conquered before five became Muslim. They are greater in their reward because they took a greater risk. You know, we oftentimes talk about
high risk, high reward. So
right. It's a principle
that the reward compensation, I don't like that word, but you understand the idea behind it. Right? The reward for a deed or an action is commensurate to the sacrifice that is made. Right? It's commensurate to the sacrifice that's made. So because of that, it is very understandable. Even Kathy, it points out that there were some tribes that accepted Islam, and came to visit the prophets a lot, even before the conquest of Makkah occurred. And as we go through talking about some of these different delegations, I will highlight which tribe actually came before mcca, before the conquest of Makkah, and, you know, by default, will understand that the majority of them came after the
conquest of Makkah. There's a hadith in the survey of member Hadi,
in which I've been selling, I've been selling motto the Allahu taala. And
he talks about the fact what kind of an honorable Islamic him in fact, for hoonah, that there were many of the Arab tribes who were waiting for Islam. We're waiting to embrace Islam. They were waiting for the conquest of Mecca. And they were saying they wanted to embrace Islam, but they were waiting for the conquest of Mecca, they said, Who drew ku Acoma who led him first deal with his own people, meaning the mccanns, operation, Faina, who in the audience are going to be on sodic if he is able to overpower them overcome them, then he is the true prophet, but I'm not going to argue and in fact, a bother akula. Islamia. Then when the conquest of Makkah occurred then all these different
tribes started accepting Islam and even says well, but there are a B homie B Islami him. And even my own father and my own people accepted Islam at that time. And he says that when my father went on behalf of my people, representing my people to go and accept a song for them are Kadima, the prophets, they, he went to visit the province of them and when he came back home to our tribe, he said to us, G to kumala him and ended in a big happen. I swear I swear to you, I'm coming back from having visited the true prophet of God, Father, and He has given us these instructions SaLuSa logic qaddafi chanukkah wa Salatu. qaddafi inika pray this prayer at this time, pray that prayer at that
time, meaning he brought back the fact that the prophets a lot of them, the first thing he would teach them was about prayer. For either habit, artists, Allah, and when it is time for prayer for you, as in nakoma hadoken, then somebody should call the oven and it has taught us the add on what are your own local, federal peranan and whoever is most knowledgeable about the book of Allah subhanaw taala the Quran amongst you should lead you within the prayer. So now, moving forward from here,
one of the very first tribes that visited the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and embraced Islam. And this all mentioned in here, this tribe actually came before fenstermacher they became before the conquest of Mecca. This particular tribe, what kind of Oh 111 for
me mudaraba romea memo saying that, there was a tribe known as a tribe of Musina. 400 individuals from this tribe came to Medina, Medina, and they accepted Islam in the fifth year of his law, so not only before the conquest of Makkah, they came even before the Treaty of who they BIA in the month of Rajab, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when they asked the prophets, a lot of him, okay, we've become Muslim. And we see that whoever accepts Islam, they leave wherever they're from, and they come and they reside here in Medina hegira migration. So are we to perform the Huijin on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, john Allahu Allahu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi gerada fidelium the
prophets a lot of them said, You're a hedger is for you to go back home and practice and preach Islam within your own homes like where you are from in your own town. And he said unto Mohammed, you don't want to go back home, and you will be known as Maha geodome there within your residence for God Allah and while he comes to go back home to your properties, and they went back home and they practice Islam there, and they specifically said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
that we want to come and visit you. However, the prophets of Allah, Allah He was, they told the prophets a lot isn't the problem that we have. The problem that we have is the fact that there is there are tribes of the Arabs between us and between you who are opposed to you so we are not able to come and visit you
See you frequently. So please allow us, you know the meaning they were excusing themselves on profits a lot him that will we will not be able to come and see you. We will only be able to come and visit you during the sacred months. And that's why they came in the month of Rajab. Because the four sacred months at that time that the first acre months are the month of Roger, the month of the fodder for hedgeye, the multiple haoran. And even the Arabs before Islam had the tradition that they would pause war, they would have a ceasefire during those four months because they were the sacred months. So they said the only time we can visit you is during the sacred months. And that's why
we've come in the month of Rajab, so they were excusing themselves from the profits a lot he set up. Now the next group that we're going to talk about is the people of bunu, Tamim. bharucha mean, so remember, Hari mentioned mentioned this in Asahi imraan. Even Hussein of the Allahu taala and who, who is a companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he says etana frohman Benita manana be salatu salam
that the group of glutamine came to visit the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He said to them, it could be Lu Akbar Lu al Boucher Benita mean, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that congratulations. Oh, balloons, I mean for accepting Islam. They said yeah, Rasul Allah shorten alpha. Now, you have given us the good news congratulated us for becoming Muslim. We would appreciate if you gave us something like some gifts or some money or something like that.
The profits a lot of the some did not like the way they immediately jumped to asking for something very material. And so the profits, a lot of them turned from them. There was another group from Yemen,
who had come takes up the song, the profits a lot. He said them said in Balu alpujarra. He told them, why don't you accept the the glad tidings, the good news, the reward the congratulations from me for having accepted Islam, because the new terrain seems like they don't want to accept my congratulations to them. And the people from Yemen said we accept the Messenger of Allah ceylonese. Okay, so the vanadzor mean would actually come around. But this was a very interesting interaction. And this is why this is why the prophets, a lot of them would praise the people of Yemen. The prophets, a lot of them said Emmanuel Yamani. Faith is rooted within these Yemeni people, the
prophets a lot he sent me another nergens is the Hikmah to Jamelia. That wisdom is a Yemeni trait. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the people of the Arabs, the Arabian Peninsula, the Arabs, the Arab tribes of veterans, they are people of camels. And so they're a bit arrogant. And the prophets, a lot of them said the Yemeni people, they are people of like sheep, and goats. And so they are very humble, modest people. And so we see that the prophets, a lot of them had a fondness for them, because they were very humble people. And just as a side note, there's a great tragedy going on there in Yemen with the Yemeni people may Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for them. And
may Allah subhanaw taala alleviate their suffering.
So now going forward with the people have been new to me, there's a very interesting story about them. Mr. Buhari mentions in his in his heyday, Abdullah bin Zubaydah. The Allahu talanoa narrates
that when the people have been huge I mean came to accept Islam and they became Muslim. The habits of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was to appoint somebody from amongst them who seemed very wise and intelligence. The prophets a lot of times habit was to appoint someone from amongst them as their leader as kind of like the mayor, the governor over them and he would report back to the profits along the center. So the profits a lot of them asked the companions who do you think should be appointed as the leader? Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah and who he said amid Alka even, even Surah
Baqarah de la casa Ronnie mentioned one person his name was Kaka that appoint him as their leader, or monitor the Allahu taala. And who he disagreed. He said, No, I'm meeting Accra inhabits. He said, No, I my opinion is that you appoint a club inhabits.
I'll be working on the Allahu Allahu Now, one thing that I want to explain is that, you know, a lot of times these Sahaba they were like brothers, they were like brothers, they have been through so much together. And they had sacrificed so much together. And so as is the case with brothers or any family disagreements sometimes happen. Right? And so, oftentimes it is the people that you are closest with, that you have some friction with from time to time, but it's not ill willed. There's no, it's not begrudging, like there's no grudge there. But it's just a natural consequence, again, of human behavior, human interaction. So we'll talk about the local children who said to Mr. Mara to
heal Africa. No, he said.
He said, you mentioned Africa.
Last name only to disagree with me. You do this every time I gave my opinion and you gotta mention somebody else. I'm gonna do Lakota lanuza Mara tequila Africa. I'm not trying to disagree with you. That's just my opinion. Why does it have to be about you? Why about your opinions? My opinion? Right? And so it's a very brotherly type of thing. And they went kind of back and forth a little bit. You do this every time? No, I don't. Yes, you do. And no, I don't, etc, etc.
And as they were going back and forth, kind of obviously as happens, you know, they they kind of excited voices were raised a las panatela sent down revelation. So to gerat in which Allah subhanaw taala said yeah, you Latina amanu la to cut the move a la hora su li. O you who believe, do not
do not present your opinions ahead of the decision and the decree of a lion is messengers allottee like Be careful about taking a very strong position before God in His messengers a lot. He said, don't do that. What's up a lot be conscious of God.
And then Allah Spano tala went on to say, yeah, you in Latina armano latur Pharaoh a swatch Akaka Sultana B.
O you who believe. Do not raise your voices above the voice of the messengers a lot.
When I thought Latifah was rocking focus, oh Tina, Biggie will attend
them and do not speak to him. How loudly or excitedly how you speak to one another. And that
one too, because if you do so, your deeds will all be ruined and you won't even realize what happened. You will become ruined. Don't do that. Don't make that mistake. Okay, very severe warning came down. And immediately they were very repentant. They were very apologetic to the prophets a lot he said.
along with this
at the arrival of Benita mean, there was something else that happened. So this is one side. On the other hand, when Benita mean themselves that when they arrived in Medina, there was particularly a group of them that kind of arrived a little bit later. And you know, they arrived later they were excited to become Muslim and accept Islam. They find out from their other, you know, brothers from boo Tamim. They got to meet the prophets a lot of the time and sit with the prophets. So they arrived a little bit later at night. By that time, the prophets a lot of them had already retired home. He had returned home for the day.
So they wanted to meet the Prophet. So all the sudden, so as generation goes, they went they said, Where's the profits a lot. And they said that, you know, he's gone home for the night. So they went to the home of the profits a lot him and he started to call out to the professor center.
oferuje Lena, yeah, Mohammed, hey, Mohammed, come on out, we're here.
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, did not like the way they did that. And go outside. They were better when folks so they were a little bit simplistic in that way. And so they went outside the home with the processor, and they start screaming for him to come on out and things like that.
Allah subhanaw taala revealed the verse about these folks as well. In the Latina, Yuna Duna, coming wa illa jurati.
That these people who came outside of your home and are yelling at you to come on out, most of them do not understand what they're doing. Like this was not deliberate, they're not trying to disrespect you, they're not trying to bother you. They just don't know any better. When I wouldn't know who somebody
had they waited for you to come up to them, that would have been better, that would have been better for them, that would have been the better course of action.
Now, the thing, the reason why I bring that up, I wanted to point out here, it's very fascinating. Both of these, you know, the big and this is also from the beginning of sort of 200. But both of these addresses came in the beginning of sort of 200 pertaining to the arrival of the same group of people. One group goes to the house of the processor, um, starts knocking and yelling from outside his house. Hey, Mohammed, come on out, we're here Come meet us.
That seems a little bit more disrespectful.
And it seems a little bit more kind of, you know, bothersome.
The other dynamic the other situation was a bucket and Armando the Allahu terranova the process of asking for their opinion, they gave their opinions and they kind of got a little bit they went back and forth, and they got a little heated with each other. But, you know, that's what happened out there in that situation.
For the people who did you know, who came and they started yelling outside of his house and telling him to come outside. It bothered him so much. Allah subhanaw taala excuse them said, they don't understand what they're doing. They didn't do it deliberately. Don't mind them. And listen, guys
Next time wait for him to come out of his own. And that's the better thing to do. Look at the tone of the ayah how it corrects him. Versus Look how Allah subhanaw taala his tone is how Allah subhanaw taala speaks Abu Bakr Omar, the Lakota Anima. And bata, Armando, well, Angela,
Don't raise your voices don't have this back and forth in front of the prophets a lot, because your deeds will all be ruined and lost.
It's more severe. And from this, we kind of see the manhood sterba we the kind of methodology that is there in terms of teaching and instructing, that is present within the Quran and from the life of the Prophet salallahu. Abu Bakar, under Omar the Allahu taala. And Omar, may Allah be pleased with both of them, they are senior companions of the Prophet Salamis, they have been there for a long time, they have had the benefit of the Quranic and the prophetic education.
They've learned a lot. And so there's almost like, this expectation of y'all should know better. Y'all need to know better. But with people who just came from out of town and just became Muslim, Allah says, they don't know any better, it's okay, they're not gonna do it again. Alright, guys, you're not gonna do it. Again, that kind of fader level. That's better. Don't do it again. Right. And so from this, we also learned something very powerful, once again, in the community, that there needs to be there's a difference in expectation. Somebody who has had the privilege of knowledge and learning and teaching and spirituality and things like that, there can be a higher expectation from
the person, but somebody who's just starting out, you cannot crush them under the burden of similar expectations. But you have to be very, very understanding. And you have to be very mindful and reasonable with folks that are just finding their way in the religion and that are just figuring things out.
Now, the last thing that I wanted to mention here about the ninja meme, and then it seems like we'll talk about the delegation of Abdullah pace in next session, inshallah. But the next thing I wanted to mention was, when the prophets a lot of them did come out to meet them.
They there was an interesting exchange. Okay. And this is also something very fascinating about the wisdom of the prophets along these up, and how accommodating the prophets allottee some was, okay. They said to the prophets a lot, he said, I'm not going to Africa. We came here, and we would like to, you know, present ourselves to you. So further, Nisha, in our completely now, we have a speaker on our behalf, we have a poet, who shall present on our behalf, please allow them to present.
It's kind of strange. It's the profits of money, send them, you come to the processor. You don't talk you listen.
But they don't know that yet. They're tribal people. They have a tribal system. When you go and you meet someone, then you present who we are. These are our forefathers, and this is what we've done. And this is our tradition. And this is our culture, you know, all these formalities. On top of that they're better than people. So they're very into poetry and presentation. And they're almost, it almost seems very kind of like boastful and forceful, but they have this very, like confident way of presenting themselves, the very strong in their tone and presentation. The prophets allottee, someone understands that. Right? The Sahaba would never do something that dares to do something like
that, but the process of understanding, they're new. They're about to accept Islam. They're learning they're figuring things out how things work at the word culture works. So the prophets who loves him, accommodated them and he said, eventually, hottie be confirmed. I give permission to your speaker, let him present.
So the guy stands up, I thought it even had up his name was authority. He says Alhamdulillah de la De La Hoya Elaine and fugly Wellman Nova Lu, the ultimate praises for God who has blessed us and given us all the blessings that we have and he is deserving of that praise. And let the Jelena Moo Lucan, he has made us kings in the land. Well, how about Elena, Elena, Yvonne, Nevada, Phil Murphy has given us great wealth, and we do a lot of good with the wealth that we are given which
ship We are the most honorable of the people who live east of here, well, etc, who other than we have the largest tribe with a set of debt and we are very well equipped for men method Luna avinasi you will not find people of our caliber amongst the people and let's not be losing nothing, we're only fumbling him Are we not the leader of the people, and the most virtuous of people from afar have nothing you I did miss llama deadener so whoever wants to match us in prestige, then let that person prepare what they what we have prepared, what another national XML column if we wanted to, we could say even more when I came in, and I understand even an exotic FEMA honor, but we are shy to
boast and brag about
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he was from but who had it even Hassan he was from a Medina and and that's it for coverage. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him, boom for ajibade Raja Raja hottie stand and please respond to his address, present similarly, so Fabien stood and he said, Alhamdulillah so even the prophet SAW something respond, why, if somebody is maybe being inappropriate, you will not be but the process of understood he's, they're not trying to be inappropriate. This is their culture, this is what they know this is how they talk to each other. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, respond to him. So he stood up and he says, Alhamdulillah hymnody SMRT will alcohol. The ultimate praises for God, the
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and Allah subhanho wa Taala bestowed his favor upon his creation for Canada here at the LA Human Alliance I mean, and he is the best of luck creation to profits allottee selam through Madame la salle de man, Imani v. And this prophet calls everyone to believe in Allah for Allah bernasconi laggy Elmo hace una min o v, whether we like him he and the Mohan Joon from his people and his family members, believe in the Messenger of God, a community as well as soon as he would you have, well hello, Nancy Ireland, and they are the most noble of the people in background, the best of the people in terms of intentions, and the best of the people in terms of actions through Makana outwell
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And then he said that one of the first have to respond to his call from amongst the people. And those who answered the call of God when the messenger called them were us. Phenomenal ensemble lucky. We are the helpers of the religion of God, what was our our assuming he, we are the supporters of the Messenger of God? No particular NASA Hata up? No, we find the people until they believe from an element of be like you are a Sunni, he mahna mahna who Adama who when someone believes in a line is messenger, we cause no harm to them, woman Guevara and whoever rejects the messenger jahad nahi laggy about them, we oppose them for the sake of Allah alone, forever, if
that's what it takes, what kind of person who is Iran? And it's very easy for us to dispatch them up who only have and then he says, This is what I have to say to you here today. Well, I suffered a lot he was well meaning our movie not was Santa Monica. And he said I asked a lot You forgive us to forgive you to forgive all them believing men and women said armonico he said is Salaam. The narration goes on to explain that. Then a poet stood up and recited some poetry. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Where's Hassan bin sabots he wasn't there. So they called Hassan Minh fabric and he said you present to them. Then the poet from their people was kind of like, wow, this guy's
spinning fire. So then he said responded and then Hassan responded and he responded and he responded, and they went back and forth like four or five times. All the poetry is written here in the books of Sita. Suffice it to say it's really fancy stuff.
When all of it was finally done.
When Hassan bin thought it was an outcrop inhabits, he said that Lucha de boo aka minha TV now shadman share it now, as well as mattina. He said that their speaker presented better than our speaker there
Whoa, it was more eloquent than our poet. And their voices were greater than our voices here today.
And then they became Muslim. So the prophet of Islam understood how to speak the language of the people. And that's more than just simply language in terms of, you know what language you're speaking but even the culture of the people, and he knew how to talk to people and win people over and bring them closer to Islam. And then that's when the people have been known to mean they accepted Islam.
And in the Sahara remember, hottie over eight or the Allahu taala, who mentions la Lu Hey, boo Benita mean Baba Ruffin. He says, I will forever love that people have been new to mean for three reasons. semiotica Honda mineralised allottee. Sam, I heard these three virtues about these people from the profits a lot of them directly. Number one, the process of setting a shadow material at the job. They will be amongst the fiercest of the opponents to the job, the Antichrist. Number two, I shout out the Lakota there was a woman who used to work in the home of Chateau de la Coachella, and she was a slave. She was from Birmingham in the profits a lot until the Arusha rtap have in common
will these married free her because they are from the children of Ishmael. They are from the children of a smiley lallianzuala so and thirdly, when they sent their annuals that got their Southern charity to the prophets of Salaam they sent it to be distributed amongst support the profits a lot of them said had the he said occurred to me. This charity is coming from my people, the process of referred to but it's a mess my people. So he said, so what he says For that reason, I love the people have been rude to me, and that's how the people beneath me became Muslim. So inshallah we'll go ahead and pause here. In the next session, we'll talk about the people about the
place that came from Bahrain and became Muslim. And a real quick announcement as well, is that next week, next Tuesday, we won't be having the pseudo class shall all be accompanying the group that's going to visit Spain and to study the Islamic history in Spain inshallah. So, we hope that inshallah that's beneficial.
But from the week after that inshallah we'll resume, the session, may Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything you said and heard. So Hannah labmd he subhanak along we have the pleasure to Allah in Atlanta.