Shamail – The Prophetic Personality 04

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The crying of the Prophet (SAWS)

Mar 06, 2017.

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Now to get on to today's session in sha Allah, we're going to be covering the Shema in mohammedia, the prophetic personality, the following session was recorded at the Syrah intensive

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smilla when hamdulillah salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was army he edge marine

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shala continuing with our study of the Shema in mohammedia, the prophetic personality

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in sha Allah, we're going to be

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going a little back in terms of the book, I know that in the last two sessions, y'all covered chapters 46 and 47.

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The chapter about the betting of the prophets allottee some philosophy Ross really likes a lot of the time and the humility of the process of Baba, Baba magic, a feat of outdoor a Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So in chapter number 45, which we covered to start

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the Shema sessions at Cedar intensive this year. We started off with the first three narrations, the first half of chapter number 45, which is Babel, my jofy bucatini Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter about the crying of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam the nature of the crying of the prophets a lot, he said, inshallah, we're going to continue with the second half of the chapter where we have left off and there are three narrations in the second half, four, five and six. And inshallah today that's what we'll be covering.

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The very first narration being Allahu taala that we're going to start with

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an 80 mile an evening person or the Allahu taala Angela Paul, aka Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even attend Lahu Taka de facto Donna Ha. For the Avenida de he formatted.

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Well, he had been a day he was I had more Ayman for Kala Yanni sallallahu alayhi wa sallam attempt ki neringa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for corlette Ls to urraca TAB key color in the last two opkey in the Maha Ramadan

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in the MENA be Cooley Hayden, Allah Cooley hollyn in an officer who turns around in benei jambay he well who am a doula has ever done

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a translation?

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A brief translation and then we'll get into the details of this particular narration.

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Abdullah bin Abbas radi Allahu taala Anima he narrates

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that the prophets a lot a Selim took into his arms,

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his granddaughter.

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Now, I know that if somebody understands the Arabic, I'm going to have to give a little bit of an explanation before I even complete the translation. somebody knows some Arabic they see the word even at 10 which means daughter bit

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and

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Similarly,

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if you look at the translation, which also says one of the daughters,

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but in actuality the narrations tell us and we know this for a fact, but Mr. manassa, he has a more extended narration. Was that the nessa if you do it he Sahara.

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All right. So this is actually about the granddaughter of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam, not his daughter,

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because none of the daughters of the prophets allowed him passed away in infancy or childhood. Three of his daughters passed away in his lifetime, but they were all adults, they were all married, actually, when they passed away, Z nebrodi Allahu taala, unha Rukia and omocha film are the Allahu taala and who nedjma.

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And so this is the granddaughter of the prophets a lot. He said, this was the daughter of the daughter of the prophets, Allah vsam Xena, his daughter, his eldest daughter, zeyneb.

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She had a daughter by the name of Mama.

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And her father, this baby girl that's being spoken about her father was a Buddha is ignorant beer.

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The only husband of Zainab, the daughter of the prophets, a lot of them, her husband and her only husband was by the name of Buddha us, I will ask him for a beer. Very interesting story. I don't want to get sidetracked into the biographical narrative. But nevertheless, it is a very fascinating story where

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she, of course accepted Islam. When the message came to the prophets, a lot of him he did not. Now earlier on, there was not that prohibition in place of a Muslim woman being married to a non Muslim men, that prohibition did not exist at that time in the marking period. So the prophets, a lot of them did not know their marriage did not, you know, conclude or end their marriage. But they were allowed to remain married.

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After the prophets alavesa migrated to the city of Medina, Xena was not able to come and join him. And the process was very pain very troubled by this in the Battle of Baba Abdullah is actually came on behalf of declaration about Lebanon. Now there are authentic reports which talk about the fact that he he along with the uncle of the process of Ibis, and some others were actually coerced. And they were brought deliberately to try to, you know, hurt the feelings of the profits a lot. He said, that look, your own son in law and your uncle are fighting against you. Nevertheless, he came in about the budget, he was captured. The profits allowed him released him at the request of his

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daughters enough his wife, that Father, please release my husband. It's a very touching story where she sends her necklace as ransom, and the necklace was actually passed on to her from her mother Khadija. So it's Khadija his necklace on the process and holds it in his hand, he starts to cry remembering his wife Khadija.

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And the prophets, a lot of them actually requests the companions that if you allow, if you will, let me I not only would like to return my son in law, my daughter's husband back to her. But I would also like to return the necklace back to her as well because it's her mother's necklace.

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And but the Prophet salami, some negotiated some terms with the US at that time. And that was when you go back, you will send my daughter to be with me, she's a believer, she belongs here with us.

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And

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to us agreed to these terms, and of course, very tragically as the number of the Allahu taala on her was leaving, she was attacked by a wretched man. And she lost the baby that she was carrying, she suffered a wound and she would eventually succumb to that wound years later. Nevertheless, before she died, she really missed her husband. I want to ask who is a good man the process of some, even before the US was Muslim, he complimented

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us. He said he is a good son in law. He is a good husband. You have complimented him even when he wasn't Muslim. So it's very good to say nebrodi laguan Hmm. And she missed him a lot. She felt like our family was broken up. You know, it was very tough. You see the sacrifices made by those earlier generations. Nevertheless, Allah subhanho wa Taala answered her two eyes, fulfilled her longing for husband, where before

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she passed away, there was a little bit of an incident, a situation where some of his goods were seized by some Muslims on one of the campaigns. And so he came to Medina to basically say that I would like my goods returned to me. They were wrongfully seized.

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And when he came into Medina, Xena Brody, Allahu taala on her. It's a very fascinating story and again, it shows you know

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How much he loved him. And it also demonstrates that,

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you know, the, again the fatherly aspect of the process and you get to see him as a father. Where what happened was that

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when he gets there to Medina, he reaches out to his, if you will, former wife, Xena rhodiola, because they've been away for quite a few years. He reaches out to her.

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You know, they, they, they talk.

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And so at the fudger prayers, a number of the Allahu talana comes from fudger. After the prayers over, she stands up, and she asks a question out loud, to the prophets a lot he sent them in the machine.

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Which once again, displays just in case somebody

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you know, is not sure about it due to cultural dynamics, the permissibility of, of course, not only women for being in the machine, which I think we're past that point, but uh,

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the the women for being in the machine, but also the issue in the dynamic of like, Are women allowed to speak in public? Or can they, you know, you know, speak out and in the congregation like it where the community is gathered, Xena, Brody, Allahu taala. And he stands up and she says, I have a question. Right after prayer, everyone's there.

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Now somebody would be like, well, that's the daughter of the prophet SAW some doesn't that if we start doing that, then there's no fix? No, nothing at all anymore, then everyone's an exception to every rule. Right? So she sends up and she says, My ask a question. Everyone looks is the daughter of the Prophet sauce. Right? They're giant people like me, there'd be like, Oh, right. But, you know,

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she says, I have a question. And the prophets, Allah says, Yes.

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She says, Do any one of us. Do all of us individually have the right.

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And the place in this community that we can grant protection to someone, and it will be respected by the rest of the community.

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He said, of course, the word of one of us

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is the word from all of us. A promise made by one of us is a promise kept by all of us.

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That's this is a community. It's a family. It's an Alma. That's how we roll.

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So she says that above us is in Medina, and I have granted him protection.

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And it's very interesting.

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The prophets, a lot of them says, We need to talk.

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Let's talk about this. Not in front of everybody, right? So but you just see, right, the the profits a lot SLM and being a father, at the same time being in that position, it's just a very interesting dynamic. So the profits, a lot of him speaks to her. And he, you know, let her know, he says, absolutely, will will respect that we mean them no harm, no ill, etc, etc. But the profits a lot nice and lets her know that at the same time, you need to make sure that you maintain some type of, you know, boundaries with him, No, are not together now. And now there is the rule in place. A Muslim woman cannot be married to a non Muslim man.

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She says, absolutely, I understand that. But he is the father of my children

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and the prophets a lot, so to speak. So I will ask, he says yes, what can I help you with? And he says, You know, I would like my goods returned to me that were seized wrongfully, the profits, a lot of sources absolutely allow me to assist you in that regard. And the goods are not only returned back, but I will ask receives the goods. And then he leaves the city of Medina, gets outside the city of Medina.

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And then once he's out there, once he's free and clear with his stuff.

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Then he comes back into the city of Medina. He says, Now I'm here on my own terms, I'm not here for anything. Previously, somebody could have said that what I'm about to do, I did just because I wanted my money returned back to me, because I was looking for some type of game. I got what I needed to get I left here, as I left, I re entered on my own terms, because what I would like to say in the sat down in front of some is a Chateau de la la la la, la shadow, Anika Rasulullah. And except to the sum and the profits a lot he said them, rejoined

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us, this new member of the community and his daughters aina the Allahu taala on how he rejoined them in marriage.

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They were remarried to one another. And that was you can see the DA and the longing of Xena, but of the Allahu taala. And having fulfilled that she was reconnected and rejoin with her husband, her family was put back together again.

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So never

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Less I don't want to get away from the the narration itself. But so Zainab and I will say had a daughter by the name of umaga.

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And this narration is about that granddaughter of the prophets, a lot of them oh mama, it is not about the daughter of the prophet of some directly. Okay, why does it say daughter though because Okay, the translation could be off. But the Arabic itself says,

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Why does it say daughter? That's a good question, right? Well, you have to understand that in the Arabic language does the grandson can be referred to as even

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even and the granddaughter can be referred to as just ignite or bint. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam demonstrated this himself where he said, I have no Abdulmutallab, I am the son of Abdulmutallab, he was the grandson of others. He's not denying his father's existence will either be law preserving if we translate the problems in our translation, we don't understand in classical Arabic, and Abner Abdulmutallab when the lineage is well known, it's like saying I am the grandson of Abdullah. Everybody understand? Very good. So this is about the granddaughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So to get back to the narration. Now, I'll translate. One other thing I'll mention actually

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as an explanation before because this is going to reflect into translation and makes translating it a little bit more difficult. The translation the wording, even the in the Arabic itself of the narration, seems to allude to the idea that this little girl, this this baby girl, she dies.

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One of the one of the great commentators,

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and one of the most

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well established commentators on the Shema, l. Mr. l Bhojpuri. Rahim Allahu taala, who is a scholar of Hadith and fear, he was a copy of the chef here in leather. So very, very knowledgeable scholar in a very thorough researcher emammal by Judy Rahim, Allahu taala actually documents the fact where he says

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he says that

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we're in Ghana, Asuka el modelo para la la llamada de Kalam Tomatina even he says that little girl got very close to die. They thought that she was going to die, but she did not actually die. But I should bother who sallallahu alayhi wa sallam she lived on even past the prophets a lot.

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And she eventually grew up her death is over the holiday. A bit on him. radi Allahu taala and who Amata on her so much so that alira the Allahu taala and who later on would marry her? And actually when the Allahu taala who died his wife was this Oh, mama Benton, Xena.

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Oh mama have been to Xena. All right, come on. It's a Fatah, Allah He Angela, Amy bill Akbar. He said there are overwhelming durations of history and Hadees that established this particular fact. So again, I wanted to mention that she did not die but she almost died. right because out of reflecting the translation, so not to get back to narration. I'll cover a slice a lot of some even Attila who the prophets a lot of them took his granddaughter into his hands. Definitely. She it seemed like she was dying.

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So he cradled her in his arm. It comes from hidden aka huffy, hidden he, it means to kind of cradle here like near one's chest, he cradle her cradled her in his arm for what I have been a day he and then he put her down in front of him. Like right in front of me put her down for my attacks. She almost died. Even though even the Arabic seems to say she died. She almost died. While he had been a day he while she was in front of him she almost died right there like in front of him between his hands.

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Well saw had a man

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or a man is the we talked about is like a is like a surrogate mom of the prophets. A lot of it's a woman who raised him. She was like a mother to him. Yeah, only by the only. She was my mother after my mother passed the professor some would say saw had she screamed out. When she saw this little girl like almost stopped breathing. She screamed out. Oh, no, no.

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And she was crying and she screamed out.

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For color. Yummy Yani Salallahu alaihe salam, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to her attempt kena Andros, really laggy Salalah Alisha, you behave this way, in front of the Messenger of God. Because remember, we had talked about it earlier when we were talking about the crying of the process of them, that he had prohibited that type of wailing and being very dramatic. All right, he had he had reprimanded this practice. So he says to her, that you cry out loud like this.

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In front of messenger of God,

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remember Judy mentioned something very specific, very beautiful. He says, notice the prophets, a lot of them does not say at the end,

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that you cry like this in front of me. Because it wasn't he wasn't making it about himself.

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But he was saying in front of the Messenger of God, which is that is himself but more so he's not talking about himself as a person. He's talking about the position that he occupies, the the station, the office that he occupies, and that is the office in the station of the Messenger of God, that I have prohibited this practice. You know, better. Yeah, you know, better. Oh, Mother, you know, better. Don't do this. This wailing and things like that. That's the ways of the Jamelia that shows in gratitude to God, we don't act this way. So then she says to him for college, and you can tell that she's his mom, right? Anybody else they would have been like,

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semi unawatuna Absolutely. Yes, sir.

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She says what lsua rockethub key I seen you cry before.

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Right? She says mother. Unless rockethub key. Haven't I seen you cry?

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In the profits a lot. He some says it needless to say. I don't cry out and wail and you know, screaming in the mahiya Ramadan. When you do see Tears stream from my eyes, that is the consequence that is a result that is the outcome of mercy

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that says mercy.

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The capacity to be merciful to feel that pain.

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And then he says in the book may not be Cooley Hayden Allah Cooley Harlan. The prophets a lot is him says, a believer is fine a believer is in a good situation. All the time. In every situation, every situation of a believer is a good situation.

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And this is also referencing other ahaadeeth narrations of the prophets. allottee. So I Giovanni unreal moment.

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Remarkable is the case of a believer in the umbra hula, hula who hides

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everything with a believers good.

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That when a believer finds himself or herself in a good situation, they are grateful and they praise and thank Allah, and that's good for them. I want to believe that finds themselves in a bad situation. They are patient and hope for reward from God.

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And they're rewarded and that's good for them.

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So, he says a believer situation is always good. He says so much so that a believer, his soul, or her soul will depart the soul of a believer departs from his or her body, while they are praising Allah subhanho wa Taala What does he mean by that? Because death is preceded by pain, the pains of death sakurada load, but even in the pangs of death, even during the Saqqara of moat, a believer never stops being grateful to Allah and never a believer never stops praising and glorifying and thanking Allah.

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In the nafsa Hooton zero min benei jambay he or Hoya de la vida, while the believer thinks Allah subhanho wa Taala and praises God.

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The next narration

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call moussaieff Hadassah, Mohammed Abu Bashar Kala Henderson, Abdur Rahman illuma de Bella had the Santa soufiane and asked him to obey the law and Al Qasim of new Mohammed and Ayesha Terra de Allahu taala Anna Anna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a cappella mahna mahna mahna doronin Well, who will make it? Well, who are your key? Oh, Carla, I know who to turn to her Connie.

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So I forgot to mention this previous narration that we looked at it is an authentic narration and it is found in the Sahih Muslim, the sinner Nova Buddhahood, the book of NASA and even the Muslims of Imam Ahmed. Now, narration number five, which I just read the Arabic of a very brief translation, shout out the Allahu taala Anna. In fact, I want everyone to look at the narrator before I insha Allah Kasim Mohamed wahoo Academy for kaha el Medina T. A Saba.

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He was from the seventh grade scholars of the city of Medina, who were all the students of art and shadow the Allahu taala Anna

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right and he particularly was a very close student of eyeshadow, the Allahu taala Anna. So anyways, I shadowed the Allahu taala on her. She says that the Messenger of God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kiss the forehead of earthman even the mother own after he had died.

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While his body was there, and the profits a lot. He said I'm wahoo aapki. He was crying.

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Okada or in another narration, Qasim Mohammed he says, while his eyes were shedding tears,

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this particular narration to just give some commentary to it. First and foremost, obviously, who is, excuse me, who is earthmen even mother own. The question is, who is earthman? Even with their own? So to answer that particular question

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earthman even their own or the Allahu taala and who was actually related to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was his foster brother, they were nursed by the same woman.

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They were nourished by the same woman. So he was very close to the process of us a foster brother over the profits, a lot of them similarly, he was from Croatia, and also, he isn't mentioned to be the 14th person, the 14th person who accepted Islam, number 14.

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So he was the 14th person to become Muslim, so very early Muslim, he had migrated to Abyssinia. He also then perform the migration to Medina Of course, he was very devoted member of the community of the cism. Somebody the process of relied upon greatly.

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And he participated in the Battle of budder.

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And he passed away two and a half years

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after arriving in the city of Medina, so about two and a half years after the hinges,

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and it said that he was the first amongst them Oh Ha Joon to die in the city of Medina. He was the first Mahajan, first Moroccan Muslim to die in the city of Medina.

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And when he passed away in passed away, the prophecy of son was so just so heartbroken, he was so distraught over his loss, because he was his foster brother. He had been with him the entire time. He had been by side for 15 years.

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And he was a very key member of the community of the prophets allottee center. So the narration mentions that when the Protestants have went to go see his body, that the prophets a lot he said, I'm kissed him on his forehead, of Bella who baina I know he can feel the rioting, kissing between the eyes right here on the forehead. And this was a gesture of nobility, a gesture of love and respect and admiration. And in fact, it's, it's such a huge compliment, coming from the prophets a lot. Because kissing someone on the forehead was a gesture of respect, you would do that to your elder, you would do that to your teacher.

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The Sahaba would want to kiss the prophets a lot of time on his forehead.

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It was a gesture of respect, love and admiration for the prophets allows him to kiss their own on his forehead was such a huge compliment. And it's mentioned about Abubakar Siddique when the officer son passed away that sort of Rebecca sildigra the Allahu jolanda did was he kissed the forehead of the prophet to lobby for the height and width of tomaten so the promises and kissed him on his forehead in the narration that's running and muskets. It actually says, well, Highlander who Yep, Jihad de sala de Muro Who? Allah yg earthman. There were so many tears flowing from the eyes of the prophets a lot a setup that not only were tears coming down, but the tears were falling on the face

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of Earth man while he kissed him on his forehead.

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like think about how much he missed him, how much he loved him.

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And there's a question that occurs over here

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that does this in any way contradicts with the narration that is found from our shadow the Allahu taala and her where she says ma bacala megaton cuckoo ma Baka Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Allah megaton Cuckoo

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Cuckoo, that the Prophet sallallahu herdsmen were in La Jolla to a US AMC calheta who

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she says that the prophets a lot of them never cried, wailed over the dead out of you know, grief, but rather the greatest extent that he went to was that he would hold his beard.

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This was like a way the prophets of Salaam you know kind of dealt with grief and sorrow.

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Now does this contradict because we see the process, obviously crying his tears are falling on the face of the deceased.

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So how do we reconcile the two? Well, the reconciliation between the two is that she mentioned in the narration she says my Baka Salaam, Allah megaten husband and like he never wailed and like dramatically, you know, cried out loud over the deceased but as he said in the previous generation, in the

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He Ramadan, he did shed tears.

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But he said that that's mercy. That's just the hard feeling pain

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in the line and utma we know kalevala

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Padma Allah, I know. We as you know,

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the I shed tears in the heart feels pain, the heart aches. So that's just life.

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So this doesn't contradict anyway, the last thing I wanted to mention in this narration is where I know who to Hurrah Carney. Well I know who to Ronnie. Now, if we literally translate that it's a very interesting rhetorical function and expression in the Arabic language. If we literally translate that the word iraq Iraq, basically means for something to flow, his eyes were flowing.

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But that the way that literally almost makes it seem like like his eyes like floated away type of thing, as you make any sense. But this is a rhetorical function of the Arabic language, because more properly said, the way that it would be expressed in the Arabic languages. You recall Houma and Wu sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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that the profits a lot he said, I'm was flowing tears from his eyes, or dimauro Wu

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Tang ruku. I mean, I know he that his tears were streaming from his eyes. Your sub Buddha was demo demo that his tears were flowing forth. That would be the proper way to say it. But that's not how it said in the Arabic language. When somebody is shedding somebody so many tears are coming from someone's eyes. Someone is crying so profusely that you say it's like his eyes themselves flowed out.

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It's an expression

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All right.

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Exactly like we say in English like crying my eyes out. Right? So that's what it that's what the prophets a lot he said him that's how he described right now who tore her apart, which gives you an appreciation of how much pain the processor must have been feeling. And to further understand this, that we have to understand that the the the relationship of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam with his companions with his community members, was not just a business relationship was not just a relationship of convenience.

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was not just you know, a relationship of means

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that they were a means to an end.

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is not cliche, and it is not just lip service. When the prophets a lot even speaks about his companions like they are family.

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When he calls the number one family when he says salmaan mina al beta semana is a part of my family.

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in Nogales, Java when he tells I'm delivering Massoud who doesn't have a family, like extended family doesn't belong, his tribe is not there. his tribe doesn't claim him that when he says that the way you can seek permission to enter into my home is lift up the curtain and walk in open the door and walk on him because your family

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that's not lip service. The profits a lot of these are meant that

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treating people like family.

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Right? And so that shows you that the passing of a community member, a companion as a hobby causes so much pain where he's just crying and crying and crying.

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The last generation that we'll be covering today, calm sunny for Hadassah is Hakuna monsoon Kala Akbar Allah Ahmed. Kala had the Santa fillet well what happens when a man

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on hill on Hill Alabama iligan and unassuming American Polish are hidden or even attended Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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rasulillah he's a lot he's a magician and recovery for our age Waianae he tells him it

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for color of Rajaratnam Eucharist in a letter color Abu talha Anna color in zil Vanessa Lafayette.

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I'll translate this. It involves the mention of a sensitive issue.

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But then I'll explain.

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And as you know, Malika the Allahu taala. And he says that we were present at the funeral and the burial of one of the daughters of the prophets a lot. He said them

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and the prophets a lot, he said, was sitting on the edge of the grave.

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And I saw that his eyes were just constantly flowing with tears.

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And he said, Is there any one amongst you?

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Who

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has not been intimate with his spouse the previous night.

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A Buddha has his eye on messenger of God, at which time the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said descend

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into the grave and then

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He descended down into her grave, to basically lower to the body into the grave. What that means is to lower the body into the grave. Because when when you bring when you bury someone, when you lower the body into the grave, usually what it takes is that somebody has to kind of get down into the grave that they can kind of receive the body and lay it down into the grave. So someone has to get down in there.

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And it's physically difficult. So the process of said, Go, you do it, and then he got down in the grave to receive the body.

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Now, first and foremost, to go through the explanation. Let's deal with the more technical detail. And that is,

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it's mentioning that we attended the funeral of the daughter of the Messenger of God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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whose funeral is this. So the daughters of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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We, of course spoke about Zainab

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radi Allahu Allah Allah, who would depart from this world who would pass away in the ninth year of his era. Fatima, the Allahu taala and her youngest daughter lived on beyond him by six months.

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His middle two daughters so his eldest was a nun, then was rupiah ruqayyah radi Allahu taala Anna, who was married to earthman when she passed away the date of the Battle of brother.

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So the lesson was not there in Medina when she passed away.

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He found out about her death when he arrived back in Medina after the victory of Baba was very bittersweet.

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And so he was not there for her janazah This is the third daughter of the prophets a lot of em whose name was good film.

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Mo good film,

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who after Roca passed away, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam then married his next daughter omocha film, once again to the widower of his older daughter will play your earth man he married to Earth man.

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And actually after this passing of omocha, boom, which I'll come back to in a second, the prophets a lot, he said him said that if I had to get another daughter to marry, I'd marry her once again to Earth woman, because he just had such a remarkable person.

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And that's why it's manner the Allahu taala and who is known as Lulu Ryan, the possessor of two lights, the one who is granted two gifts,

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meaning he married not one but two daughters of the prophets a lot easier.

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So, when consumed passed away,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very sad, and he was very sad. omocha film had been sick, actually, for quite some time she had been ill.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was there. He's a bit older. Now. This was towards the end of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So he's quite a bit older.

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And not only that, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He was

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so distraught

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at the passing of a good film,

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that the prophets, a lot of him as I mentioned, you just sat down on the edge of the grave and he was crying and crying.

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It was very difficult for him.

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And

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam normally, he would have gotten down into the grave himself

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to lower the body and as a father,

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but he's physically was finding it so taxing and so difficult for him.

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So the prophets a lot, he said that he needed some assistance. He needed some help.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam?

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He asked, and the narration mentions that there were four people, because it takes a few people there were four people who lowered the body into the grave. There was Alexander Vitali

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further even a bass

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Oussama to blues aid

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and the fourth one they needed a fourth person to assist in to help

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so the profits are some for normally would have been the fourth himself as a family member, these are all family. So as a family member, but the profits a lot of them just physically could not gather the strength to do it. Bury yet another child.

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So the prophets a lot. Some said that I'm going to need assistance

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and they're not being any other relatives presence.

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The prophets, a lot of these

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Some needed help and assistance from someone a brother

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in the community, but who would not be a direct relative of

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the deceased

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omocha film.

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And therefore the prophets, a lot of them asked a question that he asked

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that who has not basically engaged in intimacy with their spouse.

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And that was just to basically

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kind of give just, you know, a sense of dignity

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for American film,

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and for the situation in the sensitivity of the situation.

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And when I will tell her basically volunteered himself the profits, a lot of them said, Okay, please, you join the other three and lowering your body into the grave, assisting them and he did some.

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All right.

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And this of course, you know, everything that happens

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during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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is basically has guidance and a lesson in it will have alibi analgesia was this was to demonstrate the fact that ideally speaking, yes, that, you know, the, the individuals, the men, who will have to handle the body of a deceased woman

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will be relatives of hers. However, sometimes, there might not be that luxury. And when that luxury is not there, then it is allowable. And it is permissible for other folks, for other brothers in the community to have to basically lower to the body into the grave. And this was demonstrated through the daughter of the prophets allottee. So

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she's me.

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Well, in Well, not getting specific about that right now. But so this demonstrates that particular permissibility that there might be a need, there might be a license. Right. And so the licenses provided due to the need potentially being there.

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In zil financial affair, cabrinha he entered her grave. But once again, Mr. mahtomedi Rahim, Allahu taala brings this particular narration to again demonstrate the fact that the prophets a logician was sitting at the edge of the grave of his daughter, the grave that she was about to occupy, and he was crying tears and it was such an overwhelming moment for him, that he physically was not even able to get the previous narration, I once again forgot to mention it is an authentic narration. Some have actually critiqued have actually questioned the authenticity of the narration. However you mama Timothy, my mama de mama would i would imagine, they all mentioned the narration. So it is

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generally graded as being acceptable. And then this last narration that we just covered. This particular narration is also graded as being authentic and it is found actually in the psyche of human body, along with the Muslim, Imam Muhammad and many other books of Hadith, so it's an authentic narration and in sha Allah, with that,

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we will conclude the study of the Shema and for today and inshallah, in the next session, we'll continue with chapter number 48 which will be covering the mannerisms of the prophets Allah, Allah, Xochimilco, and I'm so behind Allah Subhana kalami hamitic Allah Allah Allah antenna Safaricom, notably