Seerah 1 – His Attributes
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The people of Mecca.
They were known as merchants, and they were very, very,
very, very wealthy. Many of them were very, very wealthy.
Because Mecca was a trading town.
It was as Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions about their trade. And Allah Subhana Allah reminds them after Allah Subhana Allah sent them the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he revealed that in order to be like Mina shaytani redeem the elf for a fish, the ILA feverish elf is their, you know, their trading routes and the the opportunity that they're able to go and trade
because of their position and status, that the trade routes were opened for them. And so they were able to go to yet to Sham
when it's cold, when it's in the in the summer, they're able to go to a Shah in the winter, they were able to go to Yemen, and their trade routes would go back and forth, back and forth, bringing goods from areas, that's how you make money you bring you bring goods that are not available in certain areas. So you bring the goods from the east, to the west, and from the west, to the east, and so forth. And so you bring in from Yemen, and also because Yemen is a very strategic area, where a lot of goods come by way of the sea. And a lot of actually a lot of the goods come from India, also the spices. I mean, India would come of course, through the the, you know, the, the route
that's in the north, of course, they used to call it spice trail that I
forgot what it was, but anyways, but also through the monsoon winds. When the that's what the, the the many sailors and merchants were known. They were very, very good at
buying and selling. And that's why you have, believe it or not, we have a
Yemeni community in in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, the there's still a masjid that has them. They don't speak Arabic anymore. So many generations have passed. But there's a masjid. Right. And they were they originally started last fall. And of course, there are many Yemeni merchants who ended up in Indonesia. And in those those areas, and so they used to bring even from from India and so forth. And so this was the trade routes. And when the messenger of Allah Salam grew up in Mecca, Mecca was a trading town. It was known for its trading because of also the people that would come to make Umrah, and they people would come to make Hajj. It was the center of civilization pretty much in
Arabia, right, it was the religious capital because of the status of the kava, and the people coming to make hatch. You might say, well, they were not Muslims yet, right? Yeah, they used to make hutch, even before they would come to make hygiene Omura and of course, this was the remnants of the teachings of Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham Prophet Ismay when he lays the foundation, the cap, so people used to come to make heights and so a Mecca was a trading town and so the Messenger of Allah salaam, what was his job when he was growing up? And the majority of the elders of Quraysh the leaders operate, they were merchants, they used to buy and sell, they would have their caravans and
they would bring it to the north and to the south. And then they would of course, it's easy to sell because Mecca was a marketplace. It was an area where people would come
About. So when the messenger of allah sallallahu, some grew up in this environment, he, of course,
was spent his time with, after his grandfather passed away, I both thought that he was the one who took care of him, was born, it was a merchant also. But he was also in charge of the affairs of the pilgrimage, because of his status in the in, amongst battle Hashem. And so when he took charge, of course,
he wasn't actually he was a very, very skilled merchant, but at the same time, he will, he was very generous and gracious. And he spent a lot of money, spent a lot of his money and helping with the pilgrims. He was known for his generosity and very very respected but he wasn't very rich wasn't wasn't very wealthy. So the profit some of the money some also would, was actually in one of the trips that the Prophet saw the one of the trips that I will follow up with, we have a narration from sending it to me the with the chain all the way up to Abu Musa a luxury or de la vida who said, and no call Khalid Abu Talib, Isla, shall we call it went to a sham? What is a chef? A Sham is the
Levant area, the eastern Mediterranean area present day, Jordan, northern Saudi Arabia, Iraq, parts of Iraq and Palestine, and of course, Lebanon, in that particular region, that was known as a shell. And that's that's the area of course of Muhammad Allah. So that was the about the place of revelation of prophets and messengers of any sort of the people before when amongst them, but he was sort of ill. And so he went to college that will tell him Elysia, he went to a sham, Wilma, who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, WA Sufi, a chef in Quraysh. So he went with a group of elders amongst the Quraysh. And of course, when they used to go, they used to have caravans, and this is they would
sometimes, you know, go in groups, and they have large, the larger the group, the safer it is, of course, by the larger the group, the safer it is, and ALLAH SubhanA, Allah gave them peace and safety. And so they had the, because of their status, to have treaties and peace treaties with the tribes along the route, where they were able to go freely when other, others were not able to freely move, and trade because of the status of the forage, and the people of Makkah. And of course you'd like nowadays, you know, if you're able to freely trade, you become more prosperous than others. Because if you're not, if you don't have a lot of
treaties, like trade agreements with different countries, then you even if you have products you can't sell. So the more the larger your market is, the more you prosper. And so the people I met in Mecca, were prosperous, so I ALLAH SubhanA wa den says the elf operation elf he him relata schita. He was life for the Abdullah hadn't bite a lady up, I'm a home manager, he is the one who, who fed them,
fed them so that fed them to keep them from being hungry, will Manor home mill house and a loss of handler that also gave them peace and other peace and prosperity. So they had peace and prosperity. And that's what Allah Subhana Allah gave them a loss of Hannah like I reminded them of the favors that Allah Subhana Allah really sent upon them. And that's Allah Subhana Allah says, if I give you this type of prosperity and these blessings that have been showered, upon you valuable to rub the handle bait, then worship the Lord of this house. Right? Worship the Lord, this is why I've given you so much and so and also Allah subhana revealed from amongst them a messenger, so he went above
barley, brought the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and this of course, he was just a young man. He was just a young man at this time, for Lama Ashraful. Elara. When they came, they arrived in an area there was a monk, his name was by Iran. They have they said they, they settled in that particular place where there was this muck,
amongst the, of course, amongst the people, but before they used to have monks that would devote themselves to the worship of Allah, Allah subhana Medina, and in Islam, of course, we don't have and they wouldn't marry anyone and so they would just live a life of seclusion in worship of Allah. And in Islam, of course, we don't have but Gnosticism you know, we don't have monasticism where someone is
is deemed praiseworthy for someone not to get married. It's something that's natural and effective. It is the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it's a part of Islam as you interact with the people, you interact with the people and being patient with the harms that are that that that comes from interacting with people is more rewarding than secluding and staying away from others and of course, but the exception of you is if it comes to the point where become so difficult where your deen is being affected, of course, you leave that and you go to a different place. And so, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived Well of course the caravan arrives in
a place and in a place just in the area of sort of like the southern part of Sham or the northern part of what we know nowadays as Saudi Arabia for Allah Masha Allah have they came to a place that there was a monk his name was Iran and they settled there and so of course when you're traveling you long distance you always have stops along the way to rest for the night so that then you continue upon the you continue on your trip for Hello the Hallo home and so they tie they spent the other was a tie down their their camels
and for holiday gala Himalayan so this monk, the hero comes out locanto cobbler Dalek, amo Runa Viva La La Jolla yelled at like him. And before this, they these caravans will pass by all the time. We pass by this monk all the time, and he would never, he would never come to them, he will never come out to them, nor does he even care about them. He just ignores them. These These, these are just regular caravans that are you know, doing business going back and forth, back and forth. And finally, there in this particular time, though, he comes out to the messenger, he comes out to the caravan. All Vanessa Lau home illusionary Hala home. And when he sees them, this time that he comes
out, and he's gone in between them. He's looking for someone in between the crowd and the camels in the caravan. He's looking at the Hello whom had the Jaffa be ending the visa lottery herself when he finally comes, he sees the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of course he was a young boy and he was a prophet or messenger yet at this time, he takes him by the hand and he says, had a say you do Allah mean? He had a say you do a lot. I mean, this is the say he'd say to someone who's like terms of his status. He's like, you know, when when you say somebody is saying
sad, it means the
say you do oh man is the head of them and also the most respected of them. So he says this is say you did I mean, this is the season. This is the head of all the aalameen in terms of his status.
he says Bertha Allahu Rahmatullah Alamy. God has sent him for as a mercy for all of the Al Amin for the mankind in the Jim Acosta who are here for manipulation. So the elders operation or in our part of the caravan, they say well, not at MOCA. So, how do you know? So, how do you know are the inner container I should have done? menial? akkada so when you came down from from from on the hill, Hill locks in that particular area, when you came down from it, let me up question love Yahoshua your own water Hydra is a hardware Sajida there was not a single tree or rock except that it fell down in prostration while as well as to do the illinit II and it doesn't go down and prostration except for
a profit will in the fall will be hot even Nobu worthy as fellow men and men will grow fifth cat if he can't if he needed KTV he said I know I know him from the sign of Prophethood that is below his
shoulder, the shoulder shoulder blade the back on his back. And this is a this is a sealed seal a profit below the blade, his shoulder blades for Merle Jaffa Sanada home violin and then he went back to his his cave where he was stay and he made food for them for LaMotta OBE what kind of who? The right the liberal caller, Ursula Ely.
at that particular time
he made he made food for them. And then so he called, he called them in the message he called them and he told me he told them to bring to bring the messenger of allah sallallahu Assam or zero. Allah if Allah Wagamama to the level, and he came, and there when the Prophet son was coming towards them, there was a cloud, a cloud that was shading him, for lamb, Medina Minako. And then when he arrived near that people call it guru. This is this. He says, Look, so this, this mux is one of the relay he either he will Mama
Mama, he said, Look at him, he has a cloud over him. For la Madonna Minato Majid on caatsa Who, either LFA in a militia fee shujaa And so when he came,
of course, what's what's mentioned here, a couple of things I mentioned, it mentioned that
when he came the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
was there and the clouds came to try to shade him and it came in it's shaded also the area of that was under the tree also the cane to shade the profits under the area of the tree for llama jealous, jealous Amala fe, I shall do it delay. And so when he started sitting down the tree the shade of the tree move towards him and shaded him for you might say you when you hear about this story, here, this particular Hadith, it feels like the shade itself is moving to follow the Prophet sallallahu wasallam even the shade of the tree so when the regular Shah Geraghty mal Allah so look at the tree, it's like leaning towards him. In other words, tree itself is trying to shade the profit sublime and
also the shade is following him. Oliver bein Emma, who are primarily him, well, who are you and Shiro, Elia will be here that room, and then will he speak, he's speaking to the leaders of the parade or the elders who are in the caravan. And he's asking them so don't take him.
Don't take him to a shower. Don't take him to room where's the room at that time room was the
room at that time was constantly Napo it's the Eastern Roman Empire. The Eastern Roman Empire was the Byzantine Empire at that time. And that's where the, you know, the West, the West, which is Western Roman Empire, which is the the one that was you know,
where it started, it became weakened, and it became, of course, attacked and destroyed. And they remain there. The Roman Empire was actually the Eastern Roman Empire during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, don't take them. Don't take them to them to them. In Rome in Rome, waterfall will be safe, be his deceiver.
He says Don't take him to the Romans. In other words, don't take him to,
to a shop. Because if they know him, then they will kill him.
And after that, so now he's telling him he says, Don't take him
just right there may as soon after, was Deaf was definitely there for either who will be served at him in a room and
all of a sudden there were seven soldiers, seven Roman soldiers that had come in they were approaching him approaching this this this
you know, this month, Karla for Steph Bella home and so he also invited them. He also invited by the time he says for call, and he says to these Romans that have come these are the soldiers that have come Magia abiquo. So why did you guys come here? Majority Why did you guys come here what brought what brings you here are the Jeep natty and the heather Navy hydrogen. She has a shot. He said, We came here because there's a profit. Remember, the final profit is going to come during this during this during this month? In this particular month. For them? Yep, gotta live with me. In other words, there's a prophet. The prophecies have been mentioning that during this particular month, that
there's someone who's going to come and he's going to be a prophet, that's going to come to the land of
the Romans, a sham. So he's coming he's headed towards this way. And so and so he says,
For lamium Kataria, Ella
bourita Illa he does so the Emperor
has not left a single road path where people will come can reach except that he has sent people
except that he was here he said people to check to see if we know that there was a profit or that final profit is coming. He's checking that he's checking and finding out
where it is. And so?
So they said
for for AlFalah for coma, Haddad, who are Hydra Minco? He said, Is there anyone else that's coming? That's better than you guys. So anyone else? They said no.
And they said,
we have just been told to come to this particular road, that's all. And so they to check this road. So we're in charge of making sure that to see what's going to pass through this road. If there's a profit or messenger or profit, that final prophet is going to, is he going to come or not? And so they said,
so the month and says, if our item Emraan, or other law AFD. He said, If this is something that Allah wants to decree, right, if he wants to hell yesterday, I had him in an acid.
He said, If Allah wanted to decree that this final prophet was going to come out amongst us, and is anyone going to prevent it? Is anyone going to be able to prevent it? So they said, No. He said, No, of course not. And why is it saying that because these people
are coming? What do they want, they want to kill this fine of this profit.
They want to come? Why? Because they know that if this profit comes, what's the thing that's going to happen?
It's going to be the downfall of the Roman Empire. Right? It's going to be the downfall after that, it's going to end because he's going to be victorious, because Allah Subhana Allah is going to help him and so if you, if you know that that's coming, you try to prevent it. But he's asking, he's asking those those people who have been sent if, if you know that this is going to happen, if Allah has decreed this is going to fall? Is it going to? Are they going to be able to prevent something like that? And they said, No, I have a buyer who who are far more male. And, and after that, of course, he made that what he said, that's the case, you know, that I think you should spend, should
stay here and so they, they pledge allegiance to him actually. And they spent time with him. So in other words, they made him also he's inviting others to join him to, to the worship of Allah another three months, just like, like them also. So he's inviting the soldiers who have come to try to kill the Prophet sallallahu wasallam or to prevent him or try to capture him or try to bring back information and so forth. When and then the math that says, when she took home Allah and she took home Allah He said, By Allah, who is are you commonly yo who is in charge of this boy?
That is the Prophet sallallahu they have said they said,
like who's in charge and was taking care of him? And they said, I will talk to him and follow me and follow me as soon as you do hit the road, the WHO about Mr.
And so, he continues to ask them and employs them to send the Prophet Sutherland back to Mecca, because not to let them go all the way because people, the people, the Romans will know his characteristics they will know Him and then they will kill him and and was was I would never have been ill kaki was eight, and so he gave them some Foods, Snacks and also oil that he sent with it. So here this particular heavy, there's a lot of work there's a there's a lot of information here. Okay. So this is known as the trip of the Prophet the Prophet SAW last trip to a sham and his meeting of the euro. Who is a mug, this particular Hadith Al Imam, the Imam an nawawi Imam.
Lima telemovie Rahim Allah He declares this hadith. He considers this hadith to be Huson if telephone automatically handled Hadith that scholars differ over this information, this hadith. So everyone, this trip here about the hero, the hero, we know a lot of we hear about it a lot. Is it authentic or not?
That's where the is it authentic or not? Some scholars have said it's authentic. Some scars or parts or parts of it is authentic. They are most of them agree that the whole Hadith itself, though Hadith itself, there are parts that are considered monka monka. That means it's, it contradicts well known facts
where it contradicts other narrations that are more authentic. monka means contradiction of something better contradiction of something in terms of the terminology contradicting of something that's so high, or contradicting that common information. And that's called her monka. And so some of the scholars have considered there are some things in it that are munkar. So the scholars amongst them remember Timothy, he says it's how
Assam and Ali Muhammad Hakim also says it's also authentic and also the chef a little barnacle nobody Rahim Allah, he also is of the opinion that most of it is authentic.
Except for small portions of it most of it is authentic. What Rudy Jun was able to do quite there are no these are the scholars like the some of the later scholars of Hadith. And of course and also amongst the previous scholars and Mohajer and even ohada
is of course one of the great scholars of Hadith. He says the gala with the odds, he said the narrator's the narrator's in this chain are trustworthy married narrators. What a sci fi see what how the Nocta he said there's no there's no contradiction, or there's no objectionable part of this hadith, except for this particular point. Which point is that the be buckling will be led the mentioning of Abu Bakr and Bilal in the Hadith that the that the marks that the man told them to send the Prophet Solomon back. And so he said them back. So he sent the Prophet Solomon back with a bucket. And beloved,
what's the problem with mentioning a word can be loud here when the Prophet was very young, as a young first of all, Abu Bakr is two years, two and a half years younger. Right and where his beloved right now.
Remember, beloved, you know, beloved, beloved, beloved, was a slave is that a robot could have bought, when was this after?
Yes, yes. But during this time, when the messenger of Allah was young biller wasn't even born yet. biller was a lot younger. And so that's why the mentioning of this portion of this hadith is considered a it's considered very far fetched. Or some scholars I mentioned even mobile were mentioned right now. But some scholars, they said that for Yamuna at the corner mod Raja valium mancha Dr. Tim and Heidi workman Mr. hodda robotically. He said here, sometimes a narrator will narrate something as this is an addition from the narrator. And as the mistake from that particular narrative addition to it. Like sometimes some people will say, well ask right so, well, who did he
go back with?
Like somebody will ask, well, who did you go back with, and there's nothing mentioned in the Hadith. That's like, we probably met with Abu Bakr and Obi Lauder, sent them on the Boubacar villa, and then the narrator's that come afterwards mentioned this particular part, but it is an addition from the narrator not the actual text of the idea. So it's sometimes when a person narrates information how do we know because there are other narrations that there's no mentioning of of him being sent with a word can be led to your understanding and so that's why it's no harder and amongst most of contemporary scholars, I shall Advani Ramallah, they are of the opinion that it's a mom tell me the
of course, the one who will narrate this hadith
he they are of the opinion that it's an authentic hadith without this edition. Like yes, this edition is not true because it doesn't make sense. The filter to the Prophet was sent sent was someone who was even born yet right and so that part yes it is in addition to it, but it doesn't make the whole Hadith the whole Hadith false because we can say that part is false but the other parts are correct. The other parts are correct. Well, I'm kind of with the hubby and Eva Harvey. He is amongst amongst those who say this is a Ankara home and he says he rejects it in the minimum we said in car monka Hadith monka in its it contradicts very well known facts and he says wakad Alima
muda heavier I'ma say well how the Hadith among Cairo did then. He said this hadith is very reject objection. I'm aware objection. Moncada didn't find a con Abu Bakr, whereas Abu Bakr and this time, right, can Abner I should have seen him. And he was only he was only 10 years old. Now, if the Prophet sallallahu was a teenager with a 1312. Then he recorded him, of course, was only 10 years, or the Messenger of Allah his own 10 years, then this is just even he was even younger. So when you send someone with somebody, who do you send them
with an adult, you don't send them with someone who's younger, or two years younger, so because then he'll be taking care of him instead, like, even the Prophet Someone is here. And some of the narration was yeah, he's 10 years old. Right. So he's two and a half years younger. And when you ask about the middle Sula, he SallAllahu Besana attained oneness. He was two and a half years younger. Why in a canobolas? He had a Lockton where can we lobby at this time? For in about Abubaker alum yesterday he Illa bad is my bad my bad because Abubaker did not buy
I have remember he bought him from anybody know who he bought them from.
Over Yonder fella forget he bought it from me of new fella. And he freed him. Right? He bought it for me a blue collar and he freed him. And this was after revelation already. So where's Billa right now right well Aamir Khan will lead will lead you back he wasn't even born yet. Well I learn and also for either Canada he will remember the little of okay for you too. So where am ILA? FEHA shujaa? He said, Okay, there's also contradictions here. Like the Messenger of Allah some is coming and there's a there's a cloud that's already shading him. Okay, if the cloud is already shading him then why does he need the tree to shade him also?
Like there's already a shade you double shade? No, shade the tree. You don't need to visit the clouds while I'm shading him. Why is another shade? Why is there another shade that leads to the when he sits down under the shade of the tree? Right he sits down and then the shade of the tree comes and shades him he moves. Why does it need the Why does it need that that needs to be happening if there's already shade from the tree already. And also he says Well, here's the thing that email me that he says, Well, I'm not gonna be Sallalahu about politics but the power level
and the Messenger of Allah Allah, we don't have any narrations or any moment where the Messenger of Allah remember he calls his uncle butanna. He doesn't remind him said hey, you remember? Why did you? Why don't you say Hola Hola. Hola. Remember the, the monka Behera. Remember him? He never He never mentioned it. There is no way the messenger of allah sallallahu never mentioned this to our to our father. If this is a this is an event that happened during that time. And he was there. Well let adakah to Quraysh and the Quraysh. The people these are elders. When they come back, what are they going to do?
They're going to tell this story. You understand? They're going to tell this story to the people. They're going to tell the story to the people and then it would be something that was very well known I must have courage. Right and so but fellow worker Lester hora, Bynum, Amish do you have and if it did happen, there will be something very famous. Something very well known amongst them and will about the I do have some in a Naboo Willam Willam. Willam Ankara medulla Healy, I will be over here off we're at alpha deja ha if I'm ugly, well, I my uncle Rama G.
The Prophet sallallahu is a member when revelation came to him. He didn't know that this was revelation. If he didn't, if if this was if this did happen, well, Mr. Ankara je lui la he would not have objected he wouldn't he would have known already because he was told by the hero at a time and, and he wouldn't be afraid. When he in wouldn't be afraid of, you know, being harmed or something happening with his, you know, his mental state when he ran to academia or the law. Right if that if our if this incident did occur. If this incident did occur, the mud the Messenger of Allah, Allah would not have acted the way he acted. When revelation first arrived, when revelation first arrived,
follow through that half? Fee Parliament word okay for Canada today we have seen a new Makita, Home Minister for Elijah taggi Romney Khadija. So also if he knew this, like it would not because we loved him very much about our lab would not have sent the prophets I would not have allowed the Messenger of Allah some would go back to chat. Remember, he went back to Sham when
later on, he would work for Khadija. And he would lead a caravan, the caravan of a DJ again. And I will tell him, he loved him very much. He will remind him he would have said something so did not go remember. You remember how you know what he said to you. So don't go to church. They'll go to church. But none of that happened. And so that's why some this is
in so this will Hadith I found the Hmong Cara
and this particular Hadith there are many things that are objectionable in this particular Hadith. And of course, he also mentioned the fact that well, bucket and belonging were not there.
If Luca Thea, another great scholar, and of course, most of us we have heard about the CEO of Nokia, he said forgive me, he said there are some strange things in there. And you may notice that at the Sahaba it is also called a one of the most sad motorcyle of Sahaba was a motorist as
So the Hadith and Morrison, a Marcel Hadith and a morsel of Sahabi is when a companion narrates something from someone like he did not meet or he was not there. So where is who is the who is the narrator? It is Abu Musa lashari A will also a luxury. When did Abu Musa luxury come to Medina he came to me in the My buddy Murphy sanity hybrid. He came during the seven year mandate after the the year of hybrid the conquest of favor after the seventh year of Hedra. While Aquila taqdeer, for her Maura Salomon, this is particularly in either case, it's called a motorcycle. That means it's someone who is narrating from someone from about something that he did not witness
that, in other words, he's narrating from someone that we don't know who he narrated from, because we know that he wasn't there. But he didn't tell us who he who he heard it from. But the majority of the scholars of course, when they speak about Motor says the hobby is a hobby narrating something an event. Even if he wasn't there, it's still considered authentic because companions don't narrate from except from other companions. They usually don't narrate and all of the companions of the prophets of allah sallallahu, so are considered trustworthy. And so it doesn't matter who they narrate from. Right The only time rare, there are only rare circumstances in which they narrate from
a tabula, which is a person who never met the prophets of Allah Himself, who heard from a companion, but he never met the prophets alone, and then another companion narrate from him. And these are only rare circumstances. And then they do narrate from someone, they only narrate from some of the great scholars amongst the tabby, the companions, and so whatever the Mercer Sahabi is considered still are still authentic, for a number of amama Nambucca, free Hadith, Assam in hand, and also, there are other ideas that are more authentic in terms of his chain. So this this is this one, the one Hadith that we mentioned. But there are other narrations, and some of the other narrations don't mention
the cloud. Don't mention the cloud or the shade. So all of those, they some scholars have mentioned those are considered.
So when you look at the information, there's some information that is objectionable, right, but there are some narrations that don't mention that. And so that means that which does not mean that which was objectionable, that which is objectionable in the Hadith, then we say that, okay, that part we can we can say it's not it's not authentic, but the other parts, the other parts, we can deem that to be
authentic. And others, of course, they have said, remember, they're happy. And as most other as it was a normal doula. And he said, I think I consider them although I made up it and forgot about them. And also some of them are very objectionable and incorrect. And he mentioned of course,
some of the same things that we've just mentioned already. And so the narrower the, the,
the author, person will compile the CLR here of this book, Sierra Nevada, we are now at MSR them asleep, this particular book that we're going through, he says, We're not known Amelia Island, and Pablo has an Hadith. Well, I'm here to do who he said I, I lean towards the acceptance of this hadith those who accepted me not all of it, but the parts that are considered authentic
and tell it to me and like Mr. metonymy will hack him and images are able to look at here and also Nigella's Fulani
and also others Lima Albania and others amongst the scholars of Hadith before in New York in a jam been acquainted with.
So because you can those who object there are, we have we have rebuttals for their objections. So we say that yes, the Hadith there are some problems with the Hadith itself for my dama magickally here Hapa
guru desecrate I'll be back and we'll be Leviticus sir.
Thermal and Mohammed Raja Fie, Hema McCarthy, Ottoman Hadith Alpha. Well, what I mean had a robotic, fallible Hydra. And so here we say that, if we know that these parts are added on to it, then we say the hadith is authentic. But the additional parts are additions to it that we say that are objectionable. That doesn't mean that we reject the Hadith in total in totality, because we do have other narrations that don't mention these aspects that are considered objectionable, objectionable, and Allah Subhana Allah knows best. And so there are also
I remember we mentioned other Hadith that don't mention Abu Bakar we're going to be learning it.
And amongst them is hop igneous heartland. And CRO he mentioned this story.
He mentioned this story while a Sufi, they could be bucket mobila. But in the story in his era, there's no mention there's no chain.
In other words, the story the narration doesn't have a chain. But if Muhammad Yunus Hawk was one of the great scholars of Sierra, right, and so whatever he narrates, is something that is always based on based on something solid, right? We say it's based on something solid. And he doesn't mention even though he doesn't mention the chain, right? He's mentioned Well, I couldn't have you doing this. Now, he says, For yesterday, and this will be rewire be rewired te mama T filmora Z. But we feel comfortable with his narrations, because of his status and his knowledge of Alma Varzim. In the CRO, of the prophets of Allah lives and where you can add to your Cooney liquidity, rewire it while
liquidity rewire it vital and Muslera. As he said, every single narration that doesn't have a mention of a chain, we usually when we look at a chain, and we try to scrutinize it, we find in other places, there's always a chain to it. So in other words, when he puts out this information, even though he doesn't mention in that particular book, but we also find that there's always a an origin to it. It's not something that's just like, made up or weak, that doesn't have sources to it. So
here we are. And then, of course there are other things as mentioned, but Allah, Allah subhana knows best.
It seems like this particular Hadith or this particular story is in sha Allah authentic without those without those additions, and that those additions that are considered objectionable. So what is the wisdom,
wisdom about this particular story? There's a couple of things about this story. Also, some of the scholars have mentioned.
Of course, this particular story of the hero, and the Prophet saw some of them going to, to a shop, some of them,
especially the orientalist, when they try to when they tried to speak badly about Islam, they mentioned they said, See, the Messenger of Allah, Allah, and when he's speaking about the religion of the prophets and messengers that before, how does he know them? How does he know these prophets and messengers? And they said that he actually studied with him. He actually studied with this, like, amongst them was the hero, the hero, like, and that's, of course, it. And they're using this narration, to say that he got the information about the prophets and messengers, the previous scriptures from monks, a monk like him like Variera. And so if you look at if they're using that as
proof, how can somebody who has a 10 year old right now, who doesn't even spend, he didn't say, we have no narrative, no time, and I'm sitting here with him whatsoever, like immediately sees him as a send them back home, and send them back to Mecca already? Like, what did you get from him? What did you learn from them? He didn't learn anything from him. Right? So this is all of this, even we say that this is authentic, and so forth.
And they use this to say that the prophets have got information from him from the hero here, like how is a 10 year old? And also if you look at what the prophets have spoke about, in terms of what he mentioned, in the Hadith, and also the revelation of the Quran, there's so much more and it's just the upper limb Albania day it is Allah subhana wa sends this book as a clarification, to determine what's correct of it. And what's what was wrong of it from the revelation that was revealed before. And so there are many prophets that are not mentioned also in the Bible that are mentioned in the Quran. And the Quran is has more the clarity of the Quran, in terms of the
incidents and so forth, are much more much more clear in terms of where the Christians have. The Christians and the Jews
have differences concerning them. So it's very, very clear. Of course, this is the stuff that they they've made up and the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam received revelation from Allah subhanho wa taala. But also the people the book,
did they know the profit center? Like I said,
yes, they knew the messenger of allah sallallahu.
They knew his characteristics, and they knew that he was coming because it was in their books, and their profits, profit even Prophet Musa Ali. So Prophet Isa told his people, told his people to tell those who are going to come later on that a final prophet was going to come
And he told them so that they would not be confused whatsoever the characteristics and what is going to happen. So that's why we also have been told a few things about what's going to happen also like the coming, the return of property Saturdays.
Right and also some of the signs of the Day of Judgment that we have been told by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, some of the things that we have been told, are happening in front of our very own eyes, and some of them they will happen. Just exactly what the prophets of Allah he told us. And so what's the wisdom? I think my main aquaria Allah keytab if you see fatty Mohammed in sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in effete missa De La Habra, Hira ma Rasulillah he's Allah Allah, Allah. So, some love it some daddy Allah Allah, if it al Kitab, Sefa Rasulullah sallallahu Sophies was, was a man who came out here and have a good FICO to be him.
They the characteristics, just like the story of a hero here as proof that the people of the Book knew the characteristics of the Prophet sallallaahu
like the Jews and the Christians, yeah, the Hoonah hookah Yadi funa I would know. They know him, just like they know their own science. They know him just like they know their own science because they were so anxious. They were waiting for the coming of the final profits of their lives. And not only that they no matter if at the allocator Sefa rasool Allah ke that Sefa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a man who also they knew was they knew his they knew his characteristics, and they knew when he was going to come.
Like they knew the exact time and when he was going to the details of his all this, of how what they knew is so precise, how precise was it?
So much so that the first time
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam stepside their land,
they knew, they knew to the month they said during this month,
a profit that profit that final profit is coming.
Right. So the people the book, they knew, they knew to the month. So that's how detail
in their books they have in terms of the information that's coming, just like you know, you know, you most of us, you know, when your children are born, and you know, they are night when and you know them so well because you're always with them. They knew the Prophet sallallahu something like they knew their own sentence. They knew the Messenger of Allah, Saddam like their own sense. That's why I remember he said, those soldiers, when they came, they were looking for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And the emperors and their leaders and their rabbis and priests, right, they were sending at that month, sending check all the roads, and other roads leading to our area. They knew the final
prophet and messenger of Allah. And Allah subhana, Allah gave them this information. So they wouldn't be an excuse for them was at all whatsoever, that they wouldn't be any, any, any type of
But when he came to them, and they realized that he was amongst them, he was from the Arabs, that that's when they objected. And they didn't want to follow the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And of course, when you don't want to fall, you have the truth and you're trying to hide something. You always try to hide and destroy the information or the redact some of that information and change. And that's why the scriptures have been changed as a result, and that's why we as Muslims, there's no way for a Muslim, or Muslim to change the Scripture whatsoever.
Because if I read the Quran, if I make one mistake, as you can see,
I make one mistake this one letter, only somebody is going to correct me.
And there is not a single community, Muslim community. There's not a single Muslim community on the face of this earth.
That if someone were to bring forth anything, any change in the Quran, except that they will find out about it right away, and only they'll find out about it. A young child who doesn't know Arabic will say though that's not
a kid will tell you that because Allah Subhana Allah preserved, preserved this Deen if you were to try to get rid of every single mishap on the face of this earth, some way somehow you were able to get rid of it or not a single Quran left on the face of this earth.
Every Muslim community on the face of this earth will be able to bring back the Quran and once
every Muslim community, no matter where they are
ever without a single error
in a single, single error in a single letter off,
did you know that
every community because ALLAH SubhanA wa three preserved this deed
because it's the final religion and it's for all of mankind. And Allah subhanho wa Taala not do that for the with the other Scriptures with the other scriptures. And so
another thing is the fact that they know him and they know the time that he was going to come come out here in the home equal to be here just like in their books.
And it also we're here to foster a letter or two festival in a Paulo Tara videoed, and this is where Allah Subhana Allah says, you know, in concerning the hood, while I'm magia kita woman en de la masa de Lima amerihome But can women publish their stuff there who naledi the capital, Allah magia whom are awful Cafaro will be for allowing it to flow here I love Catherine.
And so Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Well, I'm magic concerning the Jews. He says well I'm Majah on Kitab woman and Allah. So when a Book from Allah Subhana Allah came to them, Musa de Colima Mourinho that which confirm for them what they had with them. In other words, the information that's in the book of Allah subhanaw taala is telling the confirming them hey can tell sadef means what? This is correct, this is wrong. This is right. This is what's changed this was so when the Quran came, the Quran came to clarify that which they were in conflict about. Because there are some stories instead they were like, Oh, what happened in the story Prophet Yusuf. How did he enter? We know there's
these narrations we don't know which one is it which one it is, then the Quran comes and tells us or tells them and they are speaking about the people of the cave. How long did they spend and how many were they are they 3457 And Allah Subhana Allah tells them tells them and click face to them and this is just some examples. So the whole Quran came to show them what is what what is true about it what what what they have in the information that they have and what has been changed of it Musa differently my mouth okay, I know main public yes definitely Hoon Allah Allah Dena Cafaro what can women do you know before that, when they ever whenever they were in conflict.
Then whenever whenever they were in conflict macadam in public, yes Do not let it in again for for la magia. Amara for kufr OB Furlanetto Leila Catherine, the people of the Jews that you know the Jews of Medina, you know, they used to do they used to
when, when they whenever there was a conflict whenever there's a fight, right and they're the Jews of Medina would sometimes allied themselves with the outs and some some some of them with the hazards. So they will highlight themselves with the different tribes. And then whenever there was a conflict, you know, like, yeah, we do have a conflict right now. But there will come a time.
They would say that there will come a time when a prophet will come, and we will fight along his side.
We will fight Allah has it and we will defeat you pagans. So they're, they're making fun of the Arabs who are pagans that you know, we will defeat you pagans, because we will have a prophet with us, because they were in Medina waiting for that final prophet. But then when Fela Maija who Morocco when the Prophet sallallaahu Salam came, and it came with what they were waiting for, and they knew him came in what they already knew ghafar will be they still rejected heaven, for Allah that Allah Allah Catherine and so curse is upon the disbelievers so they didn't accept the Prophet sallallahu even though they knew that he was a prophet and messenger of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and he Moses
Behati Rahim Allah you mentioned min Hadith upon yourself. And Abdullah number of naskah. They have follow in her the Elia Latifi Quran and said in Hadith and in Muslim Sahaba Hardy from Hadith, Pa Abuja. I have thought about opening yourself from the Latin American loss, the companion of the Prophet of Allah hunting so can they afford it? In in Hadith, Elia Latifi? Phil Quran and they used to say, concerning this particular verse in the Quran, yeah, you had an IV in our sadaqa Shahida were were Bashir or one allele and
if he if he thought they said that yeah you had to be oh you Oh prophet, the prophet, the ayat in which Allah subhana, Allah reveals, and this particular ayat of course, is in surah, zap, ALLAH SubhanA wa says, oh, Prophet in North America Shahida indeed, O Messenger, O Prophet, indeed, we have set you as a witness. And in and one who brings glad tidings, and a warner, you are Warner, here FITARA di Hanabi, in our Santa Shahida, we're back.
And we're Harrison, a little OB GYN. And so this is a particular
this is, they said that there's a similar verse that Allah Subhana Allah revealed in their own books, and in their own books, this is
Allah Subhana Allah
about the characteristics of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, and the characteristics in other words in their own books, and anytime that there's anything like that, they would always try to hide it.
They will, the information about the prophets of their lives and they will try to hide it. They will try to hide it even to the point where to the point where some of the companions anybody know who there was a companion? Who knew Hebrew we tried to learn Hebrew does anybody know
what is it
Zetas without the a very good mashallah he took time to study their language to learn their language so you could read the books and then bring it to the Prophet Salado. So, and of course, every time in now, now you have someone of course, the Arabs did not know Hebrew. And so they always the Arabs, especially in Medina, the people of Medina, the people in Mecca were more in the they were merchants. And so they they learned to read and write more. The people in Medina did not know how to read No, right.
So they didn't establish spent just a couple of days studying. And he became fluent. Because this is one of the miracles is very difficult to get to become fluent, just like in a week, where in less than a week, he became fluent. And then when he brings on the book, it tells him to read it for the reader to read. When he's asking them to read, sometimes they would cover up the areas, the parts that they were, that were proved that he was a prophet, and Messenger of Allah subhanaw taala. And, of course,
we'll mention some of the some of the incidents that happened
in relation to that later on in sha Allah. But the message we're talking about right now is what the messenger of Allah did, when he was young, as a young when he was a young boy, young man. And
he, when he was a young man, one thing that he also did was he used to take care of
sheep. He was a shepherd. He was shocked. He was a shepherd. And in fact, the prophets of Allah, they have said, Ma'am, in the V, a lower pidurangala, there's not a single prophet, except that he used to be a shepherd. And so, being a shepherd is one of the one of the jobs that will that every prophet and messenger of ALLAH SubhanA, Allah had been in shape. So don't ever make fun of shepherds.
They are very simple, but every profit or loss of have prepared them for the position of leadership. They are all a prophet, they are all they all are shepherds. Some of them we are mentioned in the Quran. Like for example, anyone know a prophet Musa alayhis salam. When Where is he Where was he a shepherd when what happened?
When he was in, yes, when, of course when he was in Medina
when he was with Medina, when he was in Medina, and so he was a shepherd. And all when he says all the other prophets, some of them are mentioned to us, others are not mentioned, but we know that every single one, they used to be shepherds. And so as a young boy, the prophets of Allah reassemble was also a shepherd. Right? And so he did. He did, he did spend his, you know, his, his uncle Abu Talib took care of him. But his uncle was not very wealthy. He was a merchant, but because he was, there are some people who are very, very well, they they know how to make money.
Right, but they're very generous.
They help everybody. And we also because of their status, they they're known for their generosity and kindness. And so we thought of the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu. So was known for his generosity, and kindness also, even and he was all but the thing also, another thing also he was after his uncle after his father
of dealing with Bella pasa
way, he became the leader of Banu Hashim who they are the most respected tribe in Mecca. So when you become the leader, it's very difficult for you to do business and in terms of that, you can but you don't have a lot of time. Because if you even that Mecca, remember, Mecca did not have one, chieftain, many tribes, they had probably what they had what they would have one person, he is in charge. Like, he's the president. He's the chief, he's, he's the one that takes care of everything. But Mecca was not like that. The politics of Mecca was different. Mecca, had a power sharing, system, power sharing system that they had. So there are certain tribes who were responsible for
certain things, and other tribes were responsible for others. And so, but the most respected and the most influential of them was a butanna, the uncle of the prophets of Allah, so if you are in that status, you have that status. You can't leave Mecca very often, because there's always something happening. So it's, it's, it's harder for you to also to go do business. Right, because you're, you're busy with the taking care of your clan. And also, you're always you're taking care of things. You're always taking care of things, because you have many, many responsibilities. But the pilgrims come, you're responsible, like for regular people, they can go anytime. But if you have those
responsibilities, you that's in those days, you don't really get a salary, right? You don't really get a salary like before. And so it was saved Nikki lab, actually, he said he started used to he used to set attacks, to take care of the pilgrims, from others, but of course, that's that's when you have someone who have great authority, he was the he was like, the only leader. But if you're the person who's in charge, but then you have power struggle, how do you raise money?
It's difficult, because you want to raise money, you only have people who are following you give you money, the trust, now you take care of that's your problem, it is your responsibility. So before, before the power struggle will save new Caleb was the ruler, the chief didn't Becca, before the split up, you know, sort of almost like similar semi separate civil war. This was before the time of the Prophet Salalah. And before the split up, it was easier to raise money. But now you're in charge of the pilgrims, the other guys are not gonna help you. I don't know what to charge of politics, other aspects of you take care of that. It's like right now you have when you have when you have a
power struggle, like in government.
The Democrats wants to want to raise money for this, rather than we want stimulus for the people. Republicans say though, like, you can't do anything. Because when you have a power struggle, when you when people are not in agreement, it's hard for you to raise money. So when somebody doesn't know is my that status. What do you do? Well, I need to get this done. Like, okay, like, let me just use home money.
So he was put in that position.
He was put in that position. So he wasn't now there are many aspects, but so he wasn't rich.
But he was very respected.
It wasn't because he wasn't able to raise money or you know, go dude, go do business, but he didn't have time, because of his status. And because of the power struggle and Mecca and so forth. About all it was not very wealthy.
So the prophets of Allah Himself even had to help with the finances in the household. So what did he do?
He worked as a shepherd. You know, some people who are shepherds, they do. They have their own flock, right? messenger Allah didn't even have his own flock.
He was hired to take care of other people's sheep.
For literally just a few pennies. It's just, you know, just just like, oh, like we would say, just a few dollars, just to get by. So if you're living through poverty, like paycheck to paycheck, you might think what the Prophet saw was an orphan. What do you live with a butadiene? Yeah, but he was struggling also financially. Like so if you're struggling financially, you look at the example of the prophets of Allah. So he was struggling financially. But what did he do?
He didn't just do nothing, everything that he could find he could do. He would help the household also. But that's the type of person that he was.
That's the kind of person that he was. He didn't go around begging.
No, he worked. He worked and that's why he was also because he was so trustworthy and honest, who also hired him
for DJ radula also hired him to take care of his take care of her caravan to take care of her caravan. So the province of him did go through it you know, he's even from his young days.
he didn't have like a silver spoon or they could go silver spoon
fed in his mouth and everything was easy for him No. fact he well he struggled and that's why Allah Subhana Allah says, well Doha when Layli either sagia miroir dichiara book our map Allah will ask you not to hire like me or Lulu, while a cell for your ticker Abu Qatada Allah Mia GDK a team and for our did he not find you an orphan and sheltered you
the Olivia JDK a team of our way yet where Jack of all love, he found you astray. And he guided you that means that the problem it didn't mean the Prophet was a stray in the sense that he did things that were wrong and so forth. But he was looking for the truth. And Allah sent him revelation and guide him, guide him. Well, we're JDK 11.
And He found you poor and destitute and he enriched you. How did the Prophet son become rich,
wealthy, like he was like, impoverished, living paycheck to paycheck struggling. And then all of a sudden, he was in rich neighborhoods.
Through her head through her through her DEJA DE LA traffic and got very diff deja, of course, she was very extremely, extremely wealthy. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself also, you know, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very thankful and loved Hadiya very, very much. He said, There is no money that benefited me more than the money of Rhodesia. And the kind of person that the kind of person she was, and the prophets and praised her many, many times, often over and over and over again, to the point where we're Aisha even was jealous of her. Even though she said, I don't really want met her, but I was jealous of her. And the prophets, one was
very faithful. He could have married, you know, in those days, you can marry 23456 Any is very easily,
especially, especially with him and his status in this position. But did you know he didn't have all the wives that he married?
Right? He didn't marry a single person
until after after Hadiya until he was 50 years, 50 years old. So some people are like, Oh, he met like he just, he'd lust after a woman. No, he was very, very faithful to her.
It wasn't as she passed away.
He loved her very much in very faithful terms. And it wasn't until she passed away and everybody that he married besides Khadija was after he was 50 or 50 years of age.
And so if that was the case of say, somebody else or he married for this, and that
he could have done so many times before that, but he did it. And that shows how how the Messenger of Allah was. But the the point here in Charlotte, next next week, we'll be speaking about who ended here but next week, we will be speaking about what? Why? Why were all prophets. Why were all Prophets shepherds?
What was so special about being a shepherd?
How does being a shepherd prepare you to lead?
And what are some of the some of the lessons you can take from being a shepherd? That we can also use so that we can also be better but better, better Muslims, better leaders and better and be more responsible software? Yeah, if you want to say something? Yeah. Being a shepherd teaches you have to Captain your flock? Yes.
Yes, surely when he posed to be run off the cliffs, yes. Chase them when they go up the mountain. Yeah, there's a lot of responsibility. Yeah, a lot of respect. But how are those responsibilities, like transferred to being a prophet, a messenger of God, transferred to be a leader transferred to be a better person?
Then the Sharla will take some of the some lessons from that next week in sha Allah, we ask Allah subhana wa Tada, teachers there was benefits and benefits but that was taught as we did. Allah and Mohammed