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Chapters 13 and 14
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shala we'll be starting with chapter number 13 however, I wanted to add a little bit of commentary on the last Hadith of the previous chapter, chapter number 12 Babu magic physically hatami Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter that mentions the ring of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hadid number eight the last Hadith of the chapter was very interesting narration of that has some historical context to it. So now that among Timothy doctrine Allahu taala has presented a few different narrations which tells us what the ring of the prophets olalekan looked like what it was made from, what its purpose was, what was drawn on it, why exactly the prophets
lobbies and monitoring made etc. Now, in the final hadith of that chapter, he talks about the history of the ring, what exactly happened to the ring of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.
So he mentioned the narration of Abdullah Amato, the Allahu taala and Homer, that he says the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a ring made by 11 omega that was made of silver. And it he used to wear it, meaning kind of fee was in his hand, that it was in the possession of the profits. A lot of these I mean, he would wear it after the passing of the profits a lot of a sudden because it was not just a personal effect of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam because that would probably more likely belong with a family member or something. But this was something that the prophets allowed us to use as the official seal as the head of state. So therefore, it passed on to
Abu Bakr Siddiq, radi Allahu taala anew. Even though Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala knew if he would write a letter, he would sign with his own name. He wouldn't necessarily place the seal of the prophets a lot. He said I'm on it, but it's just it still seemed fitting for it to be in the hands of Abu Bakar the Allahu taala knew at least symbolically to say that this is now officially the head of state.
When Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala and he passed away he passed it on to Bob, radi Allahu taala. And who, and again amaravati Allahu taala. And he was a head of state kept the ring and it was in his possession. When Northam I don't know, I found out the Allahu taala. And you assume that he left the leadership, it passed on to Earth man with the Allahu taala and who now it says had our coffee be at ease until it fell into the well called Eddie's. Now a couple of different things I wanted to explain here. First and foremost is this well of at ease was not too far from the mustard of Cuba. So it was a little bit outside of Medina, on the way to the mission of poobah. And it was a well
that was in a garden and it discarding in the well used to basically belong to a Jewish men. And the man's name himself was at peace. And so the well was named after the owner of that garden and that well, and so it's just known as a well of Elise and this was actually the main name of the men, the Jewish men who originally owned the garden and the well. And the word that is in the Aramaic language it means for law it means farmer in the Aramaic language. So that's a little bit of history about that particular well.
Now this narration the reason why I'm Timothy brings it is because this is the most general narration it just says that the ring fell into the well. It doesn't mention exactly who dropped it. Because we have a couple of different narrations. There's one narration specifically that says that
or thumb I don't know I found that the Allahu taala and who is the one who actually dropped the ring into the well. And another narration mentions that it was more it about the Allahu taala and who more It was a Sahabi and this particular Sahabi at the time of Earth manner the Allahu taala on who
rather excuse me at the time of Abu Bakar radi Allahu taala. No more
People are the one who was kind of like a personal assistant to Abu Bakr radi Allahu talanoa. And therefore he similarly served on the Allahu taala knew and or earthman or the Allahu anhu. And one of the responsibilities that Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala knew I'd given him was that he had given him certain things for safekeeping. And one of those items that he had placed with him for safekeeping was the ring of the profits a lot a cinema itself. So this was no more it was the
individual responsible for keeping the ring safe. So when narration actually mentioned that it was my YouTube, who dropped the ring into the well, how those narrations are reconciled with language, Allah, Allah mobi salam, there's a lot of different speculation from the different scholars how they try to reconcile this, some of the scholars say that maybe earthman, or the Allahu talanoa, had requested it, from my team to maybe place it on some type of a document or just had asked for to keep with him for a few days. And then he was there at the well, and maybe washing his hands or doing will do or something and it fell into the well, or it very well could have been wife as well
who had it for safekeeping. And for some reason or another, maybe just to again, you know, sort of have the ring with him,
was carrying it on this person, and it fell out of his pocket or off of his hand into the well. In either case, what the narration mentions is that when it did fall into the well called the Bolivar earthman fit of Tisha and he Philomena did who are thunder, the Allahu taala, and who made a lot of efforts to try to recover the ring, but they were not able to recover it. Some of the narrations also mentioned that nessa ha, Jemima LBD, that they basically extracted as much of the water of the well as they were able to,
they kept placing buckets down there and looking for it, but they were never able to recover the ring again. And so that was basically the history of the ring.
There is another thought that is shared by some of the scholars.
Allah by God mentions this in his shot, that some scholars also talked about the fact that the ring being of the prophets, a lot of the some did have a certain blessing, or at least a certain symbolism to it, that basically after the ring had become lost after it was lost. Shortly thereafter, was the time when many of the fitten began. A lot of the different difficulties and some of the conflict began at that time, where the cottage, the rebels, the extremists, they basically invaded Medina, which eventually led to the assassination. The Shahada of them, no I found with the Allahu taala and who, and from there on forward, there was a lot of unrest within the community. And
it's, it seems that the losing of the ring coincided with the onset of a lot of those difficulties that befell that generation of the oma will Lakota Allah Allah, Allah subhanaw taala knows best. The next chapter, chapter number 13.
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the chapter about how the prophets a lot he said I'm used to wear the ring. Some other versions of the text of the Shema and mohammedia mentioned the title of this chapter as Bible my geography and an obeah sallallahu alayhi salatu salam, ala sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Can I get a hotter movie? I mean he the chapter about the fact that the Prophet of Allah a lot of him used to wear his ring in his right hand. So let's go ahead and read through some of the narrations and then we'll talk about some of the issues pertaining to this
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In this particular narration Hamad bin Salama Rahim Allahu taala, who is one of the earlier scholars he was also one of the teachers of Abu hanifa Rahim Allahu taala.
He says that I saw Abdullah bin Jaffa but the Allahu taala anhu
wearing a ring in his right hand. So I asked him about that. He said that I excuse me Hamad bin Salman says I saw even a bee raffia wearing a ring in his right hand and I asked him about that and he said I saw Abdullah and Jaffa radi Allahu taala on Houma wearing a ring in his right hand as well. And I believe in Jaffa radi Allahu taala and who said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to wear a ring in his right hand. Abdullah bin Jaffa radi Allahu taala and who
both him and his father are Sahabi they are Sahaba they are companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam This is the son of Jonathan Bennett. Vitaly radi Allahu taala. I knew from the family of the prophets a lot he said I'm and Abdullah the son of john Fetterman. Vitaly was actually born in Habesha itself. So Jaffa Bina Vitali, who was a leader of the community of believers that was refuge that was living in refuge in Abyssinia. He was a leader of that community and this is his son Abdullah, that was born at that time. So he also interacted with the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so he was old enough to remember that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam also
used to wear his ring in his right hand.
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and Abdullah, Mohammed naphthalene and Abdullah Abu Jafar and nahu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ah, can I get a Qatar movie? I mean, he, once again another narration about Abdullah and Jaffa, radi Allahu taala. And who relating that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to wear his ring in his right hand. And in this particular narration, if you look at the Arabic itself, he refers to the prophets a lot, he sent him with the pronoun and the who, and that who that pronoun is actually referring to the profits, a lot of them, which isn't always clear and sometimes some students, beginner students when reading the text could become confused that this is referring to
Java 11 Java himself, but rather he's referring about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
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this narration Javed had been affected Abdullah radi Allahu taala anhu relates that the Messenger of Allah that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to wear a ring in his right hand. A little something about the chain of narration with this particular narration.
If you look at the narration where it says, head death, and on top
of the lightning maimunah and Jonathan Muhammad, this is Jennifer Assad from the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
And of course, he's a very notable member of the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And oftentimes, he was a man of great knowledge. Abu hanifa Rahim Allahu taala says matter of bahaman, who I never saw anyone who was more
who's more deeply understood the religion. Then Jaffer bin Mohammed Rahim Allahu taala. He relates from his father, who is Mohammed Al Botha.
Mohammed Al batted and of course he was also called Mohammed bath did that back then was his lockup. This is another family member of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is the son of Alina Vitaly radi Allahu taala. And who
He's referred to as El Baffin Leanna, Abu Bakar, Allah Allah, a Shaka who arafa huffy, Yahuwah jelly, Yahoo. So he was called that balcony because he mastered knowledge. They said that basically he went down to the famous point of knowledge. So because of that he had that title. And
so he relates now,
Mohammed ibaka relates from Jabba bin Abdullah
radi Allahu taala and who that the prophets a lot he said I'm used to wear his ring in his right hand.
All right, the next narration
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a solid, even Abdullah suns bin Abdullah, excuse me, Rahim Allahu taala says that if not Abbas Abdullah bin ambassador of the Allahu taala Anima used to wear a ring in his right hand. And then when he says that, and I'm almost certain that he used to say,
I'm certain well I holla who Illa call, I am certain that he used to say that the Prophet of Allah lobbyism also used to wear his ring in his right hand. Now, the only thing again, the it seems to be very repetitive and redundant. I'll explain exactly why mom Timothy is doing this for a very specific reason. One very interesting word of the Arabic language that is kind of an abnormal word in the Arabic language and that is the word of Allah. Allah who mana who la una who it means that I do not assume or I do not think, except that he said, so it's an expression to basically say whenever you have a nephew allistic not bad enough. And it's not about the nephew up to Tokyo.
Whenever you have the an exception being made after a negative statement, that provides the benefit of conviction, that is a way that the Arabs would emphasize the statement is that you negate something and then you place an emphasis. So, the way that it would more make more sense to translate it is I am certain that he used to say now the reason why I say that this is an abnormal word because normally it comes from call calling of Hulu
which means to think to think to know something, so normally, as a verb coming from Medallia from the present slash future tense form, it should be fun.
It should say well I call blue
but the Arabs now this is SEMA. This is how we hear the Arab saying it all right. So if somebody Mashallah is a sort of expert, and they find this to be abnormal, no one cares what you think. Right? It is not your language. It is the language of the Arabs. So the Arabs would often say an abnormally with a customer on the Hamza and they would say, Well, I
will have the Aleksey laughing at us. This is not follow the rules of the Arabic language, because that's how they roll. All right. So they would say what holla who Illa Paul, and I am certain that he said that the Prophet of Allah Salaam also used to wear a ring in his right hand. The next Hadeeth
Hadith number seven of the chapter, by the head does Anna Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah, Omar Kala Hadassah, sufian and ubv Musa Nasir, and even though amaravati Allahu taala Anima and an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ah ha ha ha ha ha man mean fifth button, which Allah fossa whom my ilica 501 nuclear Shafi Mohammed Rasulullah some and Wolfie rewi that in one Natasha fee, Mohammed Rasulullah
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This particular narration I've done up in honor of the Allahu taala and Houma he says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a ring made from silver.
And the he used to place the top of the ring towards the inside of his hand
and he had inscribed in its or on it, Mohammed Rasulullah
Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. And he forbade anyone else from having that inscribed on their ring. And that is the same ring that fell accidentally by more IoT that more it accidentally dropped in the well have a nice. So we've talked a lot about the concepts here. I'll take the question afterwards. So we've already talked about a lot of the concepts here. So I wanted to go ahead and explain a couple of things in the verbiage in the language that that the narration actually uses in this Hadeeth at mom Cinema D brings. First and foremost of course, it says that the ring was made and we've talked about that the profits a lot, so I'm hired. Yeah, 11 omega to make the ring. It was
made from silver, and then the top of the ring, where the gemstone usually goes but instead of that there was an inscription on the ring that said Muhammad Rasul Allah, Mohammed is a messenger of Allah, the prophets a lot. He said, we used to wear that part towards the inside of his head inside of his end. So used to wear it not normally how you would assume that it's worn, where it shows on top, the prophets, a lot of them would turn it to the point where, where it said Mohammed de la silla, most of the time would be on the inside of his hand, it would be on the inside of his hand. And again, we talked about that in the previous chapter, that the reason why the prophets, a lot of
them did it was because the prophets, a lot of him did not wear it for the purpose of vanity, he didn't wear it for the purpose of decoration. And the prophets, a lot of them was a very humble person, of course, the the epitome of humility. And so the prophets, a lot of them did not like to attract attention to himself in that manner. And so the prophets, a lot of them would normally keep it turned to the inside. And then he had inscribed on him, Mohammed Eros, Li Salatu, salam, and he forbade anyone else from getting that same inscription on their ring. We also talked about that as well. The reason for that was so that there wouldn't be the possibility of any forgery, but that was
only extended to the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that theoretically speaking, if somebody did have that inscribed on a ring or something today, then that would not fall under the prohibition of the prophets, a lot of them, but that was only during his lifetime, while it was still actively in use, then he mentions and the narration is very specific. So I talked about how it fell into the well of at ease, whose handed fell by difference of narration, but he this narration mentions that he was the one who dropped it into well, but then it says something very interesting instead of saying that as kata humo even
as pata humo even Phoebe theories, instead of saying whitey dropped it into Well, it says sakata meanwhile.
Right and so that type of verbiage is indicative of an accident. That type of verbiage when the ads dimin it fell from or if it fell from like theme so almost like having something in your pocket. Maybe you lean forward and it falls accidentally. That's kind of the idea. It accidentally fell by more IP into the well of a nice
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in this particular narration, it's related by Mohammed Al Baraka. So again, you have Jonathan Mohammed Jafar as Sadiq relating from his father Mohammed Al Botha, that
has said in Hussein, about the Allahu taala and Houma used to wear their rings in their left hand has sent an Hussain about the Allahu taala and Houma, the grandsons of the prophets, a lot of them used to wear their rings in their left hand. Now there's two things I want to point out. Obviously, of course, we understand who has an Hussein or the Allahu taala and Omar, they are the grandsons of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they were at the tender age of six and eight at the time of the passing of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam nevertheless, they still benefited from the love and the affection and the company of the messenger salon. He said, I'm on top of that, you know,
their mother fought the amount or the Allahu taala on her the beloved daughter of the prophets, a lot of these of them passed away only six months after the passing of the messengers, a lot of you sent them, but nevertheless, they grew up with the tattoo BIA and the affection and the love of their remarkable Father, I lead on the Allahu taala and who, so they have said, Jose, la the Allahu taala Anima. Their actions very much would be a soldier and could be taken as an interpretation of the son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That being said, there are two things about the narration itself. First and foremost.
is the fact that historically speaking,
Rahim, Allahu taala, he actually did not see has another Allahu taala. And who himself
he did not see has another Allahu taala on himself. So from that particular perspective, this basically has an incline bar in that regard in the Senate. It's what we would basically call an extended form of like a motorcycle narration, but he did not see him himself. The other thing is that a lemma Adolphe and some of the others also mentioned the fact that this is a weak narration. The chain of narration itself is weak, not because of any of the individuals on the front end of narration, such as Mohammed Al Bathgate or Jaffa Sadek, but later on going down, this is a weak narration. So because of that this really cannot be used as some type of evidence or proof. So now
that we've seen seven narrations, which repeatedly are saying that the prophets a lot of them wore his ring in his right hand, now, Timothy brings his eighth eighth narration, which demonstrates the fact that the grandsons of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has an Hussein or the Allahu taala Anima would wear their rings in their left hand, but it is a weak narration. Timothy is aware of the fact that this is a weak narration what exactly his perspective isn't bringing in I'll explain in just a minute. And then in Hadith number nine,
Imam Timothy again, comes back to the similar narration by the head de la Abdullah Abdul Rahman palomba, Anna mahamadou nor Isa taba para Abaddon, new law manchild nabee Aruba and Qatada and Anna Sydney Malika Nabil Allahu Allah Allahu Allahu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ah, can I get a movie? I mean, he and asuna Malik radi Allahu taala and who relates that he, meaning the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to wear a ring in his right hand.
And then the final narration of the chapter
explains another interesting narration about the prophets a lovely son wearing a ring. Bala Hadassah, Mohammed uno obeyed Anil Maha dB. Kala Hadassah Abdullah Aziz ignore a B has him on Musa ignore October, an affair and even your Amara. The Allahu taala on whom upon it Sahaja Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mahatma Minda hubin for conical bazoo Fie emini, Fatah, sukawati, mamita hubin Fatah who makalah Alba suhu, Abaddon, Fatah, Hannah sukawati, Mohamed
Abdullahi, Umar radi Allahu taala, on Houma, mentioned mentions
that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a ring made out of gold. So first and foremost, obviously this is before the prohibition of wearing a ring made from gold wearing any type. This is before the prohibition of men wearing gold. This nation itself is also found in Bukhari and Muslim and also in the Jamia the salon every month Timothy and mom Timothy brings it here in his collection on the Shema Illa as well. So it is an authentic narration that the Prophet salami Sam had a ring made for gold made from gold and it was before it was prohibited. And so the profits a lot less than we used to wear it in his right hand. So people started meaning other men
also started getting gold rings made. So the profits all of a sudden removed it and discarded it.
And he said I will never word ever again. And so the people also then discarded their ring as well.
And the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in an authentic narration. He says that has he pointed to gold and he pointed to silk. He pointed to golden silk and he said have any harana Allah the Quran Mati held lonely in Africa him he pointed to golden silk, and he said that these two things are forbidden for the men. The male's of my mother is forbidden for the men of my oma but it is permissible for the women of my ummah. And aside from that, obviously mama Rahim Allahu taala mentions nh ma on the fact that remota hotton bizagi Mahatma Allah He and a few haka hockey gel, that there is each ma there is a scholarly consensus on the fact that it is prohibited for men to
wear gold. Some scholars have
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some scholars have mentioned that there are some who hold the opinion that it's actually mcru only disliked for men to wear gold, but that opinion is rejected by mom. No, he and he actually mentions that even among Muslim and he mentions that there is a judgment on the fact that wearing gold for men is how long it is prohibited, it is not allowed.
So now to explain a little bit about why number one why the redundancy and then secondly, why am I Why am I'm attainment the excuse me, brings a narration about Hassan and Hussein of the Allahu taala Anoma wearing a ring in their left hand in spite of it being weak at him. I'm Timothy actually being aware of the weakness of that particular narration. Then why does he mom Timothy actually bring it? So there are there is a difference of opinion and there are certain narrations that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sometimes wore his ring in his left hand. There are actual narrations to the effect that the Prophet of Allah ceylonese wore his ring on his left hand. So Mr.
Timothy Rahim, Allahu taala personally is of the opinion that those narrations are not sound, they are not authentic. And he rejects all those opinions and say, ma'am, Timothy is one of the scholars who was of the opinion that no there is no authentic historical evidence and proof of the fact that the prophets a lot of them ever wore his ring in his left hand. He exclusively wore it in his right hand when he did wear it. All right, and that's why I'm telling me he says in his jammies as well, that the narration from anessa nomadic or the Allahu taala I knew that the Prophet of Allah Azza wa sallam wore his ring in his left hand, Leia Sidhu this narration is not authentic, and therefore I
do not accept it. So that's why he wanted me to be is of this opinion. So he brings what seven narrations would say authentically that the process of word in his right hand right hand right hand. And then he brings one narration, which is a weak narration to show the fact to demonstrate the fact that look, this is a weak narration. That's the only narration I was able to find. And it's a weak narration and it says that he word in his left hand and then that's why he again in the ninth had if he brings it back to the right hand to prove his point. However, that being said, Mr. Timothy is in the minority amongst the scholars on this particular issue.
There are in fact narrations, a number of them that proved that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was seen wearing a ring in his left hand. Imam Bukhari Rahim Allahu taala says that there are narrations that say the Prophet sallallahu some word in his right hand and in his left hand, however, he says, and that's a huduma failure meaning Asakusa in the other Bobby anina be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what is our kind of touchy feely amenia? sofala? jalila? odilia? anta g of the Lia T. Well, yeah, we were huge. malbay Nettie, why actually Amina What am I What do I actually asare be an equal among whom our coffee Bob de la Li O Allah who sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam Akan Allah who Hata man kulula Haddonfield in Karnataka dama Gemma ob italica Bina Mufasa who habashi mo Mufasa Mufasa woman who? So
that's Imam Bukhari Rahim Allah. Allah mentions that while there are narrations that prove both the narrations that proved that he wanted in his right hand are more authentic. So there is no doubt about the fact that that is better and that is more virtuous. Nevertheless, nevertheless, there is no doubting or rejecting the fact that the prophets a lot of them did wear his ring in his left hand as well. And there's some evidence of that fact. Now, imagine half and half with Xena Dena Aki Rahim Allahu taala, one of the Mohammed dethrone and also one of the major scholars of the Shaftesbury school as well. He has a little poem another half of the new dean Allah Iraqi Rahim, Allahu taala,
was known to basically take a lot of different sciences and commentary on different things and he would basically turn them into poem. And so he says about this particular issue, when reconciling all these narrations, he says, yellow bus Whoo hoo, Kamara Buhari you few hints are in the hints area meaning Oh, yes. Howdy Killa. Who? Murphy muslimeen were you tomorrow be another fee hi Latina Jaco. ohata man ohata maney kulula hidden via D comma B. comma before sin habashi. In other word, he says that. He used to wear it as a Mambo hottie narrates
In the small finger in the little finger, the pinky finger of both his rights and his left hand. Both of these generations are found into Sahih Muslim. And they can be reconciled by understanding that either he would sometimes wear it in his right and sometimes wear it in his left. Or we can also understand that he had two rings, and used to wear both of them at the same time, one in the right hand and one in the left hand, just as we said about the stone that did his ring, have a habashi gemorah habashi stone or not, we understand that by saying that he had multiple rings, he had one he had two different rings. So similarly, we can say that the prophets a lot he said, I'm
sometimes actually would wear two rings. And what we also learned from what Zeno Dena Rafi mentions here and half, Adolphe mentions is that the Prophet of Allah Salafi, somebody tells us that when he would wear his ring, whether it was right or left or both, he used to wear it in his little finger, he used to wear it in his pinky finger. And again, the reason for that some of the reasons or the wisdom of that that the scholars mentioned, because again, the prophets a lot of them wasn't necessarily wearing for it to be noticed that he would wear towards the middle of or the top of his hand, but the profits he loves him would actually turn it around to the inside. Right. And that way,
it was more out of his way when doing things because he didn't want it interfering. And then the last ruling that I'll share with you about the wearing of a ring is that so the scholars mentioned that based on off of all these narrations, it is permissible the only type of jewelry that disproves is permissible for men is the wearing of a ring. And based off of the narrations. Men can wear one ring, or at the most two rings. And of course, for women, there's no restriction men, as we talked about yesterday, cannot wear gold rings, but they can wear rings made from anything else, and there's no restriction upon women. And then the last issue is that if somebody does choose to wear a
ring, and then they are performing the Hata, like such as making will do, then to have equal hartham yeji Buta an equal Hotham. It is important to move the ring while making will do to make sure that water gets underneath. All right that the ring is not some exception. But that skin that is covered by the ring also is necessary to wash and will do so it is important to move the ring around so that to make sure that water gets in there even or best better yet to just go ahead and remove the ring. And that's actually what the prophets allottee sim used to do. When used to perform the hot it would actually remove his ring before making will do bad luck with Allah Allah we saw the next chapter.
Babu maija fisi Fatih safey Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
the chapter about the sword of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
cool stuff. All right. So the first Hadeeth in the chapter he mounted me the brings five ahaadeeth in the chapter one is of course, again, just the same Hadith with a different chain. So there are four unique ahadeeth within this chapter, but there is a lot more some extra commentary that is found by other scholars and mentioned by other scholars. I'll be sharing some extra details about the sort of the profits a lot of them amounted MIDI brings a very limited type of narration where he doesn't really get into the specific swords at the profits a lot he's mad, but generally mentions by the head does Allah Mohammed Abu Bashar Allah Hadassah boo boo Jared Bala Hadassah abhi on Qatada
unnecesary Malik radi Allahu taala and who Paul cannot cobia to safey Rasulullah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Lama min Fiddler chin
and a signal Malik Ravi Allahu taala. Anu relates that the handle of the sword of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was made of silver.
The handle of the sword of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu was made from silver. One of the things I forgot to mention, that is very
beautiful. Mr. Timothy, again, you see the methodology of Hadith scholars that they don't organize chapters just at random, but they actually have a methodology to how they organize their chapters. This is a board deeper issue from the old school of Hadith, the sciences of Hadith, but there are different types of collections that organize chapters in different ways. For instance, when a book of Hadith is called as Jamia then that basically organizes the chapters based on beginning with theology, creed, and then going through the obligations of Islam, so then obviously Salah would come next
But of course, the Hata is a precursor to the law. So it'll be chapters pertaining to belief in theology.
And then it'll go on forward from there, talking about things like the hodel, Salah, and so forth. Then there is a chapter called there's a type of collection of Hades called the sun, the sun and are typically organized in terms of chapters of fic. So a lot of those needs scholars that organized Hadeeth books, with the format of discipline were oftentimes football hot as well, they were scholars and experts to fit as well. So the organizer had these books based on chapters of fic. And then of course, another example would be the Muslim muramasa need, those are chapters organized by the narrator. So all the ahaadeeth mentioned by or narrated by Abu Bakar, the Allahu talana will be
in one chapter. Then there'll be a separate chapter of all generations from let's say, Chateau de Allahu taala, and Han Solo and so forth. All right, such as a Muslim Imam Muhammad. So, Timothy This is a Shema is this is its own unique type of collection that describes the Prophet of Allah salallahu alayhi wasallam. That being said, Imam Timothy still has a methodology within chapter from chapter so the scholars actually mentioned that in the previous chapter, he talks about the ring of the prophets a lovely setup, we know what the purpose of the ring was, the purpose of the ring was for the prophets allowed him to be able to officially stamp and seal documents that were basically
letters inviting other kings to Islam. That was basically dalla and the methodology of jihad itself was that whenever you go to a place or a region, you of course, the Sahaba, what they would do is they would first give Dawa to the people before engaging in any type of pizza or battle. And so similarly, after mentioning the ring of the prophets of Salaam, then now he's mentioning the sword. Another consistency that he mentions here is of course, one thing that we came across very frequently when talking about the ring of the promises item is that it was made from silver and because the handle of the sort of the prophets of Salaam was also made of silver so that's why I'm
Timothy chooses to bring it now mention it here. So he mentioned here that has been Malika the Allahu taala, who says that the handle of the sword of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was made of silver heads number two calahonda Farah mohammadu, Nova sharp calahonda, Rama, Zhang, kala destiny A B and portada Ansari, Bill Hassan.
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even a bin Hassan al bacilli Rahim Allahu taala mentioned the very same narration that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sword, the handle of the sword of the Messenger of Allah Salafi sin was made from silver. Now this narration is what we call a mortal sin. All right, a morsel basically means that a Tabby airy, somebody who was a student of the Sahaba and did not meet or see the prophets a lot, he said them him or herself
narrates something about or from the prophets, a lot of them
skipping the Sahabi from where they got the narration from. Alright, and again, as I mentioned, this is not done maliciously. But this is done sometimes just coincidentally, right or just due to habit or frequency of narration. The narrator himself This is the brother of Hassan busteni. The great I'll hustle and bustle he from the generation of the Tabby on one of the key battles, heavy rain, he was known to be the most one of the most knowledgeable of the generation after the Sahaba. And he is called the most knowledgeable of that generation amongst the Muslims of Iraq in that generation, hustle and bustle he, this is his brother. And so what's very interesting is that he's referred to
as the Son of the Father of a hassle bus.
Very cool. All right, little brother. All right, so sorry, the Son of the Father of Alessandra Busey Rahim, Allahu taala relates that the handle of the sort of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam was made of silver. The third narration within this chapter,
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Good evening, Abdullah. he narrates from his grandfather. Now his grandfather was a Sahabi of the prophets. A lot of these gentlemen His name is mentioned to be must Buddha, must Buddha.
So, unique name, but nevertheless his name was Miss Buddha. He was the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
Imam, even hijab. Last Kalani Rahim, Allahu taala mentions in the creed that his name was actually mazinga. But
the scholars however, say that it is more likely that his name was must Buddha.
So he relates that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered Makkah on the day of the conquest of Makkah, and on his sword was gold and silver.
On his sword was golden silver. So there's a difference of opinion. And so Talib says, I asked him about the silver and he said that the handle of the sword was silver. And so there's a little bit of a discussion as to what about the gold? Because it bility found out the scholars are in agreement that a man is allowed to basically adorn or decorate his sword using silver that is permissible, obviously, by the overwhelming authentic narration from the prophets a lot he sent him. However, the question now begs that what about the gold, so there's a difference of opinion about it. Some actually say that that is a mistake of the Sahabi. He thought he saw some gold or he assumed that he
saw some gold. And some narrations mentioned that there was maybe a little bit of gold that might have been on there. But it was not either. It was not at a level that was problematic. Like it was very, very little. Or it was just simply the fact that maybe the prophets allowed him at that time, was not aware of it that the gold was on there. Well Lakota Allah Allah movie Salaam is more likely that the narrator was mistaken.
The fourth Hadith of the chapter by Mohammed Abu Shuja al Baghdadi, Khalid Abu Zubaydah, Al Haddad on earth madami sadhana serene, Rahim Allahu Allah tala Sana to safey Allah safey Samira Benjen Dube, radi Allahu taala and who was that Allah seminara Anna husana Isaiah Who? Allah safey Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah wa can Hannah Fijian.
Mohammed bin serien Rahim Allahu taala, who is again one of the most knowledgeable amongst the generation of the tabea own. He says that I hate I had my sword made exactly or identical to the sword of someone I've been ginned up by the Allahu taala, who is one of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
and some rah
rah, the Allahu taala, who used to claim
he had made his sword exactly as a replica of the sword of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
and his sword was Hanafi alright.
That doesn't mean In fact,
what that means is that it was like the swords of Bhanu hanifa. Belo hanifa was a tribe of the Arabs at that time. Very tragically, very tragically. musei Lama Al Khattab
Hussain Emma Elkins, Abdullah Anna hula de, the False Prophet Musa Lama, the liar who claimed Prophethood during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam musei Lama, who was later on killed during the life of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala and who he belonged to that tribe, unfortunately. So but no hanifa the thing Why does he attribute the sword that the sort of the profits a lot he said them was like the swords of the people have been before or it was made by one of the people have been hanifa the thing one of the things that the people have been no hanifa were very noted for one of the things that they were very popular for was that they were expert craftsman. They were
blacksmiths, they were sword makers. All right, so they used to craft very intricate, very nice swords. So the sword that was given to the prophets, a lot of a sudden was either made by someone from Belo hanifa or it was very similar in its looking in its shape, to the swords of the people have been hanifa
and that basically was the fact that they would make the handle from silver
That that was one of the primary things. The other thing was that there was a certain amount of smoothness to the sword as well. And sometimes what they would do is they would put like a little bit of a design on the sword itself, that running down the sword in the middle of the sword, not the blade, but in the middle of the sword itself, that they would sometimes put like little indentations or a little bit of a design going down to the sword. All right.
So those are some of the things that are mentioned that what that exactly means now a little bit more detail about the sword or rather the swords of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
that some of the scholars mentioned.
So first and foremost, obviously, as I mentioned already, waka waka Khanna, Lahu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so ufan Matata the prophets a lot of them had multiple swords. Some of the scholars mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had up to seven different swords.
The Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam
had seven different swords.
imitate him Rahim. Allahu taala even came along Allahu taala in his book, Azhar zouden my iPod, in his books out in my life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He mentioned the names of the swords of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Right. So the prophets, a lot of them had names for his swords.
And he mentions that there is a poem that is written about the names of the swords of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam that is attributed to a llama Bellini. It says we had in a minute sci fi discipline.
So I stand corrected Excuse me. Last last summer on discern the hyena. The prophets, Allah is my nine swords. They had a nominal sci fi dish on Hulu, while most of them will say party. Caliban had full well buttero Audubon mcalary fool, fool Jerry, that the Prophet of Allah, Allah Allahu Allah, who suddenly had Dina, for our guide, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, he had nine swords, the first one was called to sube. The first sword was called the blue suit, I believe that it is precisely this sword of sube that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So first to go. So to go ahead and just kind of mention the names first. And I'll tell you just a couple of details about a couple of them that we do know. So he says the profits a lot is in my nine swords. One was called the rule sube sube mythen
number three, will faqad number one, rule number two, myth them number three.
Number four, calib. Believe
number five hidef.
Number six, but Tao
number seven, are the boon or odd
And number nine, my food,
These were the nine swords of the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now just a little bit of detail about just a couple of them that are very fascinating that some of the scholars share food and food. What's very interesting is that the word of mouth food in the Arabic language means like something that is received from someone previously, I thought, I thought I mean sounds like a remnant. A third means a remnant. But food is something you get from someone else, a remnant of someone. That's why we say when we learn something from the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, or from the Sahaba it's called the nothing. It's a remnant of the Sahaba Mathilde is something that comes to
us from them, it's one of the remnants. The reason why the prophets Allah vsam named one of his swords Matt food is that this sword used to belong to his father.
This was one of the things that prophets a lot of symbols given, that used to belong to his father is one of the remnants of his father's memories of his father.
The prophets, a lot of them had another sword by the name of teleri,
which is the name Palau was the name of a town where basically the sword was made.
vole fakhar which is also pronounced as the
*er because it will fall we'll be
alright Vivitar or will *er right
Rahim Allahu Allah Allah mentions in southern mahad that the reason why it was called verificar,
the en Leanna who can a fee for karats Vienna who can a fee for karate, a woofer, Sahar, it had small indentations running along it like it had a design. There were small, little like little, there was a little design in it. All right, there were little indentations running down it. And it used to catch the eye particularly during like the daytime, when the sun would hit it in a particular way. It would kind of reflect off of it, it would catch your eye and so it was a very attractive sword.
And this is a sword that's oftentimes mentioned, that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam bestowed upon alumina Vitaly, but on the Allahu taala anhu
so these are just a few details about some of the swords of the prophets, a lot of them and a couple of them exactly maybe where they originated from or why they were called what they were called why they were given the names that they were given.
can I repeat the swords names? Yes, I can.
So the name of the swords
are Alma food
and deep, deep
Zulfiqar or the alpha car
and the last one
other very good, other.
Other I'm bothered by other there are a couple of more extra names that are mentioned. Again, there's tons of different variations in different scholars
allameh by Judy mentioned the fact that there I was he was able to find a couple of more names. One of them was a sword that was called some sama some sama?
Yes, so that's it. He still mentions nine instead of the other. He mentioned some sama
but he's still mentioned his nine of them.
So those were the sorts of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Right, very good.
And I guess we're stopping here.
May Allah power to Allah.
Give us the ability to practice everything we shouldn't hurt Subhana Allah He will be humble he subhanak alone. behenic nashoba la ilaha illa Anta the sufferer going to be late?