Legacy Of the Companions
Channel: Abdur-Raheem McCarthy
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In this lecture we cover:
– The objective of the enemies of Islam in attacking the Companions
– The merits of the Companions
– Our Aqeedah regarding the Companions
– 5 gems from the legacy they left behind
– Their rights upon us âLegacy of the Companionsâ
Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah, he was the woman who Allah wa about
the legacy of the companions of the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. When we look at the Sahaba, we see that they are the ones who supported Islam and spread the message of a man. They're the ones who relate to us the poor and the sooner, the ones who stood next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fighting for this Deen fighting the mushrikeen. They're the ones who sacrifice themselves, their blood, their wealth, all of this for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
Therefore, it's important
as Muslims, that we remind ourselves of the importance of the Sahaba and the virtues and the merits of the Sahaba. It's not something we forget, it's something that we remind ourselves up. And it's something that we focus on. And tonight, inshallah, tada, we're going to mention some of their legacy, some of the legacy that they left behind, in order to be able to benefit from it, and to follow in their footsteps and chautala. And before we start mentioning some of the legacy, it's very important that we mentioned some of the football in, or the virtues or merits of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu. And that is because you see that the enemies of Islam,
throughout history, and even in the days that we live in, they always focused on attacking the Sahaba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
And what's meant by that? Mm waqia Rahim, Allah tala, he said that when he was asked about more, it'll be a lot more fun. And those who slender and talk negatively about Mario de la and he said, he described what he said, he's just like, you know, the knock on the door, when you use them, when you go to knock on the door, you know, that's him something that he's not the main thing that's meant what's meant is what's inside. When you knock on the door, when you go to somebody's house? What is meant by knocking on the door? Is it just so you can go take the knocker and knock it and then go on your way? You want what's inside the house, something is inside the house. So is he just the knock
on the door? what's meant is what comes after him. So they don't mean just more Oh, it'll be a lot more and they mean to attack all of the Sahaba of the low one rather low and who for pay attention to that pay attention to that, that the ones who attack certain companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they want to attack all of the companions. And what is the objective by attacking the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. If you attack the companions, you attack al Islam.
If you can make some doubt about the companions, or you can belittle the companions, then you're going to be able to spread doubts and put down Islam as well. Because they're the main source. They're the ones who relate to us the poor and sooner. So if they're not reliable, then is the Quran and Sunnah reliable. This is the objective here. This is the objective the enemies of Islam is to spread that message so they can attack Islam itself. And that's why I'll also panel what's out in the Quran.
And our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam focused on showing us the virtues and the survival of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu and showing us who they are. So they would never be any opportunity for these people. alladhina Theo palooka Moreau, the one who have disease and sickness in their heart, that they will never be able to attack the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam they can attack but they're never going to achieve their objective because Allah made it clear in the Koran and the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam very clear in the sooner I'll also panel what Allah tells us in salt and fat, la Pedro de la one in Mena. If you Bay
Area Winnetka data show Jyoti, Fatima mouthfeel boo boo him for unzila Sakina tally him with Abba whom tatanka Reba, in this verse, Allah said, certainly a law is pleased with the believers who gave the allegiance to you or the pledge to you or Mohammed under the tree. So the first thing that we gained from this ayah is that also panna wattana is pleased with the Sahaba of the lohana. And the second thing, Allah said for alima Murphy, oh boo boo him, then Allah knows what's in their heart. And that's the highest form of testier of praise. To these companions will be Allahu anhu that Allah is praising what's in their heart from their purity, that is in their hearts. Allah subhanho wa
Taala then said for unzila Sakina to Allah him, he sent the tranquillity down upon him upon them with Abu Hamza tam kariba, and that he rewarded them with the near victory and install of the Toba.
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with them and that they are pleased with him and he has prepared for them the agenda and installed till hasher in verse number eight, Allah Subhana wattana. praises animal hygiene when he said in football al muhajir in a Latino regimen, dare him worry him to the poor immigrants who were expelled and kicked out of their homes.
What was their objective? What did they want? Allah subhanho wa Taala shows their knee and this is what did they want when they left their homes. They left behind the most beloved country to them where they were raised. And it's natural that everyone loves the country that he was raised in the country that he's from. And they left their wealth they left their families, they left their homes all of these things they left behind. What did they want again? What was their intention? A law said yep, de la mina la he wanted one that they weren't they seeking seeking the bounty from a law and his approval. While he also wrote a law her aura Sula, and they want to support Allah and His
Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that Allah said at the end of the I, O Allah, eco homosassa Khun, that these ones they are the true for once. These are the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the ones who did all of this feasibility live for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. To obtain the pleasure from the last panel its honor, and to support the Dean of a law and to support the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and a law said about them that they are the Saudis. They are the truthful ones. And in a verse in Surah, Al Hadid, Allah subhana wa tada
when he described the vote, the status of those who had entered into the deen before the before the conquering of Mecca, and those who came into into Islam after the fact all of them have a high level, but the ones who became Muslim before and the ones who fought before and gave them their wealth before they have a higher status. Allah subhana wa tada said, les is still even common amphetamine, alpha to cartel cartel, hula modaraba terminal Edina and takumin Baraka to do that it is not equal among you, those who have spent before the conquest of Mecca and fought and those who did after that, those are greater degree and they have spent from what from what they spent, they
have a greater degree or higher status than those who spent afterwards and fought after them. But what did the law say at the end of the verse and I want you to pay attention to this law said about all of them all of this Harbor, the ones who came to Islam early and the ones who came even after insert, Allah said, Well coolin why the Lord Krishna that all of them, Allah has promised that he has promised for them the best of reward. And Imam even has him Rahim Allah, talking about this ayah is what's meant by the host now, as we know from the other is the agenda. And he said, this is the legal evidence that Allah subhana wa Tada. Promised jedna to all of the Sahaba that all of the
Sahaba will go to Jenna robiola home inshallah to Allah.
And when you look into the study
of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you see the same meaning when it comes to the status, and the virtues and the merits of the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and Sahil Bukhari and Sahih Muslim from the hadith of Abdullah Mr. Udo the Allahu and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Hey donnez Ernie, that's the best the people are my generation. The Sahaba idleness the best people is my generation through melodien A Luna home to Marina Yolanda home and then the generation that comes after them. And then the generation that comes after them the first three generations of the Muslims, he's the best of the people. And the best of these
generations is the Sahaba of the Allahu Adam. Also when Sahil Bukhari and Sahih Muslim was narrated from the hadith of Abu huraira de Laval and where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said led to so glad to so bought us hobby do not curse my companions. Don't say anything negative about my companions that too so boss hobby, and then he gave a beautiful example
About the great reward that they have, because they were the ones who stood next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam supporting this religion in establishing this religion. He said then if one of if one of you were to give when one of us, the ones who come after Me and you, if we were to give, like melt
and they have gold as sadaqa Do you who has who has seen Mount Hood, who's been to Medina,
you've seen the size of Mount Hood. And it's not a huge it's not really tall, but it's, it's a very wide mountain, you see how long it is very long, spreading through any the great part of Medina. Here, if we were to give all of that equal to golden sadaqa, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said it wouldn't reach the mood,
or even half of a mood of the subject of the Sahaba. And as you're in the reward, a handful here come like this two handfuls. They gave this and said that and we gave out or they gave one handful, that they would what they would have more. That's the status of the Sahaba. And what they did the great reward that they get for their support of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us in the Hadith, which came as a Muslim, that
he said, total layer cooler now, I hadn't minnemann by attack the shadow that none of the ones who gave the allegiance under the tree will enter into the hellfire. This is the praise for the companions of Rasulullah saw the praising he shows us of the high status that they have. And that none of them who gave the allegiance as a sort of an ad he's pleased with them and here he's telling us they will not enter into the hellfire. And in the Hadith which came as a handbook audience a Muslim the Hadith al Bara robiola one when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was talking about an answer.
I want you to pay attention to the wording this Heidi so Pamela and this idea reminds us why we're here tonight in shuttle toddler to learn about their legacy.
When he said lay your head boom inland movement that no one loves them the answer except for the true believer.
No one loves them, except for the true believer. Whether you believe the home Ala Moana, whether you believe the home Ala Moana, and no one dislikes them or hates them, except for the one who's doing the hypocrites. So Panama is this is the column of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.
No one loves them, except the true believer and no one hates them except for the mafia. And then he said, Man, I have a home a horrible law, that whoever loves them, a law will love them. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us all from those who love the Sahaba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the law will love us to our love for the Sahaba or their loved one home. And then he said, woman abogado whom abogado law that whoever curses them, or they're not denounces, then that Allah subhanaw taala would then denounce them. Allah subhanho wa Taala will not like them just as they didn't like the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So here in this Hadith, my
we're talking about part of the Sahaba, which is the LSR only. So what about the ones who hate and talk negatively about the alpha and the Menagerie? What about the ones who say that these companions or kofod are not Muslims? What is the layout of the villa? What is the level one to be? What is the status score to be here? Clearly, there are people who Allah subhana wa tada dislikes people that are also panel what's Allah will never love.
The ones who attacked the messengers, the attack of the companions of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And because of this status and this importance that our Muslim noses in his Deen, if you go back to the main books of Islam in the Hadith, in Sahih, Bukhari and Sahih, Muslim, you'll see that Imam Al Bukhari and Muslim, they have chapters talking about the full bar in the virtues of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu, to remind us of this important of these of these virtues, to know their status and their merits. And subpanel Not just that, even when you go back to the books of al Qaeda, the belief of the Muslim What do we believe in? Many times we talk about the apt either you
want to think about believing a law and the angels and the last and all of the the pillars of Eman And knowing the law through his beautiful names and attributes, but also from the IP that the scholars mentioned the books about PETA is our belief when it comes to the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Remember how he is either the VEDA
he said something when described what we must believe in as Muslims and I want you to pay attention to the wording of emammal how we Rahim Allah, when he said we love the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we do not neglect to love
Any one of them, nor do we disavow any of them. And then he said, We hate those who hate them, and who criticize them. So it's not just loving them, but also for us to be true believers. We must hate those who hate them. And he said we only mentioned them in good terms. And then he said loving them is part of our religious commitment, faith and SN and hating them is Kufa, hypocrisy and wrongdoing. hating them is Khufu and hypocrisy and wrongdoing and loving them as part of the religious commitment. Faith at ESA. This is the belief of the Muslim when it comes to the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Imam, Abu surah Rosie Rahim Allah. He said either eight or radula ends
up as a hadn't been as happy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for alamanda Who's indique?
Very straightforward, you know, look at the center, and the the the Imams of the center of the early oma. They were very straightforward and blunt, about what we must believe and when it comes to being a Muslim when it comes to all of the issues of our faith and belief. But here he's talking about those who interpret those who criticize, and he said I hadn't he said just one of the companions. He said if you see a man criticizing one of the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they know he is a heretic he is what? As indique someone who was far away from Amen. And Imam Ahmed Rahim Allah tala, he said either he or rajala is the right to Raja Yoga guru hadn't been
as happy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be suing, but him who added Islam, that if you see a man mentioning one of the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in a bad way, then call his Islam into question. Right away. This is an Allah, this is a sign for you that someone, it doesn't have to be in all of this harbor. Because you have some of the enemies of Islam, even the days we live in, who comes in Wow. And while they talk about one of these habits, like we said it was men is what comes after the door. So any one of us have a talk evil about them, then you know how to put Islam into question. Because a real believer, we're not going to say anything
negative we love the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And she has oil frozen. However, the whole lot. He said something very beautiful. And his explanation of the RP there was a theme about
our belief in the Sahaba, or the Allahu anhu. And that is he said, Whoever hates the Sahaba hates Islam. Very important is the this is these are principles now she has thought is gonna lay down for us. Whoever hates the companions, hates Islam. It's that clear? And why is this he said, because they are the bearers of Islam, and the followers of the chosen Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So whoever hates them, hates Islam. And this indicates that there is no faith in the hearts of such people, and that they do not love Islam.
And then he said, this is an important basic principle, pay attention, an important basic principle that which Muslims should understand, namely loving and respecting the Sahaba because it is part of the faith. And then he said, hating them or hating one of them.
Look at the scholar once again. It's like the early scholars also our scholars today the same thing, even one of them, hating them, or hating one of them. Is Cooper hypocrisy, because loving them as part of loving the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and hating them as part of hating the prophets that are low value sin. So those who hate the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They are actually the ones who hate Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam himself. Why are we here tonight, my dear brothers. We're here tonight, not just to remind ourselves of their virtues. No doubt, it's very important. We remind ourselves of the highest status of the Sahaba what
we must believe when it comes to our feed our belief in the Sahaba. But the main objective of tonight's lecture is to remind ourselves of some of their virtues. And this was narrated. And one of the statements attributed to Abdullah Masood rhodiola. And that he said, Whoever wants to follow a path, they let him follow the path of those who have died for the living or not safe from fitness. There's a general principle is very important. Understand this. If you want to follow a safe path, you want to be safe along the path. Because all of us are going down the path, the path either the agenda, or the path either to Agenda May Allah protect us, but all of us are traveling on this path.
So if you're gonna take the path, he said, take the path and follow the way of the ones who are dying who died before because the ones who are alive are not safe from fitness, somebody can go straight, and then he his followers go straight behind him. And then he said
I mean the companions of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is the ones you need to follow. He said what Why? He said because they are the purest in hearts, the deepest and knowledge, the most straightforward. A lot chose them. It's very important one, Allah chose them out of all accretion. A lot of chose these individuals, a lot chose them to a company as profit and to establish his religion, what an honor. A lot of chose them
to accompany the profits that Allahu alayhi wa sallam and to establish his religion, the final region, the final message sent to all the mankind that the Sahaba these companions will de la no more chose for that noble and great job.
Then he said, so recognize their status and follow in their footsteps. This was missed that just we come together to mention my lumads information. We say Mashallah, Mashallah we go, what's meant now is this, to follow in their footsteps, and to adhere as much as you can, to their example of conduct and attitude, for they follow true guidance, they follow true guidance will be Allahu anhu. And here, pay attention to the look and the understanding of their loved one. He said, to what to add here as much as you can to their example, because we will see right away that he also harbor where were they where are we Misaki, in 1400 years ago, they were annexed to the Prophet system. That's
true. Maybe we're not going to reach anything that they reached, but we read some of it. If we reach 25%, if we reach 50%, haven't been at the oma is going to be behind, it's going to be in good, good a good situation. What's important is that we try our best, and we follow in their footsteps to the best of our ability, we're going to mention now in Charlottetown, up
five of the different things that they left behind in the legacy, which I feel is beneficial for any Muslim in the world who want to hear this lecture. But especially for us who are living in the West I think will benefit a lot from these points and shuttle Tada, many things left behind, we're going to mention five different things from their legacy. And then we'll go into in the lecture remind ourselves very quickly with some of their Heroku some of their rights upon us in shadow tada
The first thing that they left behind that we need to focus on
my dear brothers and sisters is
their worship and then a bad day.
And the importance of focusing on the body and how the Sahaba of the Aloha and whom they strove in their a bother to reach the highest levels. Because the one who wants to go to agenda which level Do you want to be in the agenda?
The highest level are those everybody wants that. But any and now all of us here we also Yeah, we went through those. But do we do the the job of the people that filled those? Do we strive to be that for the people that are those you think is just going to be Mashallah, because we want it we're gonna get it, the Sahaba who were the strongest and then look at their examples in a better look at their salaat look at how they used to read the Quran. Even some of the things that they used to do, the prophet SAW isn't had to correct them. The Parliament had to stop them from doing it, because they were just that's how passionate they were about their a bad day. And the sort of Abdullah bin
or the Allahumma. When the when the professor sent him when his wife had complained to his father, about his advice, he doesn't pay attention to his wife. He wants to read the Quran and the entire day. He wants to pray for the entire night he wants to fast every single day. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam advised him to have moderation and is a better and he forbid him from reading the Quran the 33 days you so if you want to fast, I said three, three days a month. He said no, I can do more.
And then he said Okay, so then he until he got him down to the SAM of dough. He said too fast one day and to break your fast the next day.
And to pray part of the night and to sleep part of the night, not to be praying all the time to give you your family their rights to have moderation in the bathroom. But we gave them the story as well, how they used to strive, how they will strive to reach the highest levels. You don't have to read the Quran and the entire quarter under one day. You don't have to fast every day. But they want to reach even higher levels. That's why they used to strive like this. I will look at acidic rodella and and Ameren hobro De La Hoya and when they would give the sadaqa How much would they give Is there anywhere in the Quran that says go give all of your wealth is there a window Quran says give
half of your wealth.
But yet, they would give all of that feasibility level because they were trying to reach the highest levels of the gender. So we see the how they used to strive and they're a bother and that reminds us of how we need to strive. If we really want to reach those levels as well an agenda, then we have to put in the effort just like they did as well. And we're gonna mention this as we come a bit later the impact that the Bible will have on us in our life and shadow talent. Also from the things that we see in the rabada is
The issue of moderation because as I say to you, I get we get sometimes we give these examples and it's too much. And the Islam doesn't ask you to be 24 seven, a bad man knows you're, you're fully dialed in, you're never, you know, you're just full time.
You have to have the moderation and the beautiful story, which was narrating ahead Bahati, the story of Sandman and fantasy rhodiola and aboda rodella. When the prophet SAW Selim, he made them
and he the bond of brotherhood between them. So when cinnamon came, and he saw the death, and she was wearing, you know, shabby and raggedy clothes, and she wasn't paying attention to herself, as a woman should be paying attention, and beautify herself, her husband, he said, What's wrong with you? Why are you doing this? And he said,
obviously, should be for the eye of hijab. So he said to her, why are you are you doing this? And he said, she she said, because your friend,
he doesn't have any concern. He's not interested in the luxuries of this world, is not concerned with his wife. Why? Because he's fast in the entire every day. He's praying the entire night. So he's focusing on his he doesn't focus on his family. So I'll go or sell man wanted to teach them a lesson. So he invited him he said, When I came and gave him the food, he said, sit down and eat with me.
He said to him, I'm fasting. He said, If you don't eat, I'm not going to eat. And he has you notice from the sooner that if you're fasting, and you get up, and you have a guest that comes over, you can voluntary fast, you can break your fast, you can break your fast, and you can eat with your guests. So he forced him to eat with him. And then when it came time for the night, and he wanted to pray, he told him no sleep, not yet.
And then he wants to get up later, a little bit later. He said, No sleep. And then when it came to the last part of that, he said, Now let's get up and let's pray. And they got up and they prayed. After that he gave him this valuable lesson, which became a principle for the Muslims, a legacy to follow for all of the Muslims until yomo piano when he said, in a lira beaker alika Hopkin, were enough seeker. olika Hopkin, Wali, Allah gallica have been found the equality happen hakuho that you you have your Lord has a right upon you, and you have a right upon yourself, and your family has rights upon you. So give each individual their due rights.
The next day in the morning after hearing this about the day he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and told him what had happened. And he said, Seth, I sell man said man has spoken the truth. This is the way of the Muslim to establish that moderation and is about them. When you look into the Syrah or the life of the Sahaba or the Allahu anhu. You see how they were devoted in their ibadah to the vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala it was narrated in Sahih Muslim from the hadith of Abdullah and our best or the love and humor that Julia Julia wrote a lot of unhappy when the Prophet was left her house that she was sitting there after she had prayed and her masala where she
had prayed, remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala around for new later on during the day when the profit zone came back in the house, he found her still in the same place making the vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala
She didn't say now I'm married to the province of Salah was going to Jenna like whenever she what she was striving to remember also to make the establish that thicker she knows the impact that the thicker has the prophets that Allahu Allah he was selling them he said that after I left after I left you I said for kelemen for words, that if it were to be weighed with all of the words you said it would be heavier and he told her the sooner Allah Subhana Allah He will be handy he added the healthy Radeon FC he was in it obviously he won't be dead Kalamata he, they have caught it we should be saying in the morning the decoder thicker that we should be seeing in the morning of car and
shuttle Tada. Here what we gain from this obviously, we see the right level also panel autonomy, when we can say shut small words that have such a huge impact and how heavy they are in the scale small a small d with a huge reward. But also we get the benefit and we gained their devotion to the vicar the devotion to the battle. And this other Muslim needs to be he needs to be devoted. Especially when it comes to these upcard of the subhead and mess up these morning and evening account. We need to focus on them every day every morning. It has protection for us and for from the shape on and in the great rewards that it has and the things that we need. We need these this decal
for our hearts to find insurance I levy victory lane, that minute Hulu that nd to the remembrance of Allah hartsdown assurance. So this is why the Sahaba they strove to remember a loss of Panama Katana, we see that the legacy left behind as how they would strive to adhere to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and to act upon it, of the law, if not best for the Allahu anhu man as he was a young boy.
And who was his role model who did he want to imitate? Who do you want to be like, like, like the kids we have today who want to be like the football players right?
See they do their hair like the football player. They do all of these things so they can be like Ronaldo and Missy and all of these any these other heroes, right? The hero of Abdullah bass was Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophet Mohammed and he sent out to Santa. So we want to implement and to be like him, do what he did. So he slept over at his own house monado de la Anna, and he did he pretended to be sleeping. But when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam got up to pray during the night prayer, he got up and he stood next to him to follow in his footsteps. And like this, all of the Sahaba they said if you would enter into the into Medina, they said you would
hear like a humming during the night. You know, like the center is like a beehive. They described it, the humming meaning like you heard the bees, how they're humming around the hive. In the houses, you hear the melody of the Quran being recited from all of the houses, and there's so many people reciting to them at the end, you can actually hear that humming as you enter into Medina during the night this is the Sahaba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and from the legacy they left behind in their a Bader, is their consistency and worship. And this is very important, my dear brothers and sisters that we focus on being consistent and are a bother to Allah subhanho wa Taala.
When Allah subhanho wa Taala, when the companions Roby Allahu anhu, they heard ahaadeeth they implemented the act upon it. And they know this because they because of the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu. It he was telling who taught us
a hubba hubba Mandela, do I know how and that the most beloved actions to a law are the consistent ones, even if they're small number, it's not about necessarily the quantity, it's about the quality and the consistency, the quality, it's important to the Sunnah of Rasulullah solomo violation would be a colossal mess with sincerity, and that it's consistent. These are the beneficial acts of a bother and I'll give you three quick examples before we move on to the next thing the next thing and the legacy left behind for us.
If you look at in the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam when it comes to
the sooner robotoid
The sooner or otherwise, the prayers that were supposed to be the sooner prayers that were supposed to pray each day. How many are
in the body if you go back to the narration room Habiba rhodiola Anna robiola Anna, the wife of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she said
that ever since hearing this I've never abandoned this sooner. And I have never abandoned observing them after hearing this had the FOMO sort of loss of listening.
Ever since she learned that what do we get in return when we pray these 12 records?
What's the idea? What's the reward?
Ben Ben alojado beighton viljandi agenda, the law deals a house for a minute agenda.
She said after hearing this from Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam I never abandoned this. If you go back to the narration from the narratives in the Hadith amor he said the same thing he said once I learned this hadith as well, I've never been in this sooner. And a man who narrative on armor. He said that once I learned this sooner also, I never been in this sooner. This is this habit this legacy left behind. Once they learn the sooner it acted upon it. They would never abandon it. There'll be consistent with it. And also another example or two examples we'll get from Abdullah bin Omar. radi Allahu anhu man,
and Sahara Bahati is a Muslim when hafsa robiola was interpretating or explaining a dream when she was explaining a dream that that Abdullah Abdullah himself had had to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam What did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say about Abdullah he said, NEMA NEMA Raja Abdullah Laconia pulmonol Lee, he said that what a blessing and Eman Abdullah is, if he would get up and pray at night and what a great man Abdullah is only if he will get up and pray at night. So he's saying he's a he's a great man.
But this is what's missing in his life. The fact that he's not getting up and praying he's not consistent with the night prayer during the night. Salim the son of Abdullah he said that Abdullah never used to sleep during the night after hearing this except for a little bit. Plus, after hearing this from messenger of Allah Islam, he strove to implement and he was consistent with it every single night. And the heavy you know the Hadeeth about the Wilson about the Islamic will.
We're not supposed to sleep. How many nights when our wills not written down? What's the sun now?
How many nights there's one nourishing with three nights and one narration with two nights and saleable audience a Muslim, Laila teen tonight's does a narration Sahih Muslim, where he said, Leone in any three nights, the hadith of Abdullah bin Omar al de la Juan rocklahoma and at the end of the Hadith, this narration so he Muslim
Abdullah bin Omar he said ever since I heard those messages saying this, I have never slept a night without having my will written down along with me. Once he learned the sooner he implemented and he was consistent in
doing this, and this is the type of a bother, that we need to establish in our lives and following their legacy. From the things you want to mention, from their legacy left behind is their manners. And obviously, we talk about the manners and the adab and the love of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu
we're talking about
a group of people who learn their adapted manners from where where they learned that from directly
from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and what did alosa panel with Allah say, about the manners of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam
What didn't occur nica Lala Hello Konami, that you are on a high standard of of morals.
This is the
adapt the flock of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Ayesha Roby Allahu anhu was asked, what was the whole of what was the manners of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
that his manners were that of the Quran. All of the good you see in the Quran, although good were called to do in the Quran, you see the implementation, and the matters of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam all the evil were ordered to stay away from the Quran, you'll find that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the farthest away from this and like this with us a haba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam we look into their manners.
We see how they used to strive out to help others to help the needy.
And this was narrated in the Hadith. In Sahih, Muslim the hadith of Jerry Abraham the letter of the law one that some of the out of the blue ones came to Medina, in a very, very bad situation they were in the the souf. They will close in you imagine wearing the wool clothes in the desert in Arabia in the heat. And that's all they have. They're worried because they don't have anything else to put on when the provinces enemies saw the and how bad their situation was. He started to encourage the Sahaba to give sadaqa
and they were a bit delayed a bit before they start to give it to give to sadaqa and they said you could see it in the face of lawsuit a lawsuit alone is silly. And they said you would know if he was pleased or displeased. He would show up in his face at least so that was enough. He didn't say anything you could see in his face. So they said they saw the displeasure in the face of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam until a man from the answer came with a purse containing silver and he put it down in front of the prophets of Allah while he was selling and then the next man came and the next one and everybody starts to come and give sadaqa this they say you can see the happiness
and the face of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then he mentioned the famous Hadith Munson if it isn't me sooner than has been a fella who I'm a fellow as your mentor. Do you know Yama, Yama, that Who is that? Whoever and he introduces a good practice into Islam, that he has the reward of those who follow it until jamoke. The ama to encourage the people to give and that's why the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu you see that they would always strive to give it to help others. Even if you look at the how Allah subhana wa tada when he praised the answer we mentioned in the beginning, and the verse and certain hasher who remembers what was the number of the verse and see
where we have good memory?
and verse number eight and sort of hasher Allah subhana wa tada was praising who from the Sahaba.
Who was he praising the verse?
lads is the recipe for your number nine and Mahajan when he was praising them, the Mahajan in Nam, he was praising the Mahajan and verse number nine. Allah was praising the answer when he said well, Athena turbo Darrow and Amana min cuddly him, the ones who were settled in Medina and adapted the face before they call us. They they're they're established. They're in their own homes.
like the ones who are coming from outside. But they're the ones who were established there.
What did it all say? What is their characteristics?
Allah said you have buena, Manohar, Jarrah la him, that they love those who migrated and they love their brothers. So that's the first thing, the love that they have. And this is one of the legacy they left behind for us is spreading that love. You see the love that they have with one another. When they came to Medina and the promises that he made them, aha, that bond of brotherhood between them when they came now they said, Here I have two wives, see which one you want. And I'll divorce one of them you can have the one you want, and you get half of my wealth.
Love, you see all the care for another. The love they have was stronger than that of the blood, the blood, the blood. We have our own brothers, the brother of brother who was stronger. And we see examples like the example of Musab robiola, one at the time of the Battle of a budget when his own brother thought he had a wasp I thought he was gonna intercede for him when when it came to Musab, and he said he's those who get free because his brother was from the Sahaba. He said tie him tighter. He said his mother
Give a high ransom. He says now he said the Islam is coming cut off those times. The real tie now is the Brotherhood of Islam. Allah said about these
the answer you hate boredom and Hydra Allah him they love those who may cater to them. Well aged una de su Dorian Hara jetten Mimmo to and they don't find anything in their heart from the things that they be given from the spoils of war that they were given because of their situation from the army they got certain things. The answer didn't have anything in their heart, those who came later to Medina and they were given certain things because they were in need the answer didn't have anything in their heart. And then Alo said will you be Rona Allah unfussy him while Oh can I be him kasasa that they would any prefer to help their brothers? Even if even if they themselves were in need.
Look at this haba
I'm in need. I don't have a lot of money. My brother's a neat and I give him for my money. This is this how about Rasulullah saw Selim they had the love they spread the love and and helping one another helping the needy helping the poor, helping their brothers.
What at a loss at the end of the ayah
well, may your cashew Hanif see he for Ola eco homophone. Whoever overcomes the stinginess, because all of us have this clinginess inside of us. What the heck, bonell Mela Hoban Jana. Everybody loves the money. Money is honey.
People love the money this is the Lord told us in the Quran
that you have a deep love for the money you love the money is the nature of the human being. And also when may you Akasha nfcu will overcomes the stinginess of himself. And he has the characteristics mentioned in this ayah loving his brothers helping his brothers Hello, set foot will echo homonuclear these are the ones who are going to be successful. Once you strive to establish these principles, this is the legacy of the Sahaba they left behind for us when it comes to the love between ourselves as brothers and helping one another. And from the legacy they left behind was there towards their humbleness. And who do they learn this from
Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam
they said if he would enter into the masjid because the magic was their place where they would sit during the day is everything they did everything in the machine. Like not like nowadays with the most up comes. You know you can't do anything except for pray you can't move you know, you have to move on your tiptoes in the budget. Okay. The the motion of rasulillah as I said it was it was active. It was essential everybody would go they would hang out they would enjoy themselves.
It was none of that. And the machine obviously had respect for the time of prayers and the time of a bother obviously. But they would enjoy themselves. They were hanging out in the masjid.
So as they're in the masjid, and they say that he's sitting with this habit, if one of the Arab would come from outside
they would say where's the messenger nice and they wouldn't know who he was. He didn't have a big you know, colorful clothes on or something or, or a golden crown or sit up on a throne with his companions around him while you know massaging his feet like some of the Peter sobs today. Sarah hay
with the with the parents and all of this, you wouldn't know who he was, at the time of the hegira when he came in with a book acidic to Medina, they didn't know which one was the province. Listen, it was it
was it resocialize and they didn't know who it was until they saw I woke her up the Aloha and take from his his his his clothing and put on top of the province and sell him to cover him from the sun. So you know, this was the profit that he says this was the wobble that he had when he entered into the mecca when he went into Mecca at the time of the conquering after they've been persecuted after his campaign has been killed after years of war and he comes in victorious. How did he come in I still have to sell him like people nowadays when they when they when you see the when the when the victorious stock photo net result of losses and they said he came in, had his helmet on. He said
what is head down like this? And because you know this is from Allah subhanho wa Taala the humbleness that he has led salatu salam so like this The Companions after his death, they continued Oman kebab, and he's the halifa
how many thoughts did he have? So you have one thought, so panela the hurry but even though it's permissible, it's helpful for him to have some nice dogs have nobody was anything. Yeah. Look, good dress good, no problem. You're not being extravagant. One of the narratives that had Ito Narita had the term he said, I saw four patches on his throat that had been repeated here, patch them up. And the scholars they said this is shows how precise they were narrated the ID three, so even the amount of patches or holes he had on his throat. robiola one. So panela.
One of the the time the Roman Empire when the Muslim Empire started to expand, who these guys were they coming from? So they sent a messenger to Omar to swim to speak with him. To understand what is the objectives What does he want to accomplish? When he reached them at the end, they said Where's your Amir? Where is your leader? They said that's him over there in the corner. That one's sleeping.
And he sees someone with a thought by himself, sleeping in the corner on dirt,
dirt floor, lay sleeping on the dirt, no guard, no doorman, covering up, you know, taking secretary. None of that. So he wears his guards to the men around him. And they said he said something says upon they said how camped for at that moment for an empty Amara panel. He said that you ruled and you were just in your ruling.
So you became safe. So you slept? Yeah. Omar Subhan Allah and the rule with justice. The people are pleased with you, Allah is pleased with you. You become safe, no need to walk around with with bodyguards and you feel when you see someone with a lot of bodyguards. And you know, it's a problem. And he know, he knows up to no good, right? That's why people want to take him out. But you see, even now, even the days we live in some routers, in some countries, they don't need a lot, a lot of guards when they walk around because they're safe, but they rule by a rule of justice, and they're fair to the people, they're not going to be in any need, or any fear. So this was the legacy of the
companions Roby Allahu anhu, when it came to the issue of
there, they're a bother their worship, and they should have their manners.
And we mentioned the issue of a bother and the importance of the bother. And that brings us to the third thing they left behind in their legacy. And that is their stance. When it comes to the fitna and we live in days of fitness. People always ask this is going on that's going on. We're seeing things now that are happening very rapidly, that you never would have thought would be possible. And he even with all of the facade and the corruption and the problems we have and certain things that have happened today you would say no way that whenever happen here is happening in front of our eyes, one after the other. So what is our stance from the fitness
the bar that that we talked about in the beginning is one of the key things that will protect you at the time of fitness. The prophets of Allah while he was selling he told us a bother to fill health care he wrote in LA that making a better focus on a bother at the time of fitna of calamities of difficulties, that it's like making headdress equivalent the edge of the reward is like making Hitler to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so when we're going through these fitness and we're focusing on a bar that we're getting the reward, like we're migrating to Medina to Rasulullah sallallahu hamdulillah.
Secondly, it was narrated in Sahih Muslim the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he told us bad aerobill Amelie Fitzalan, he taught us to be prepared for fitness with our with our men with our deeds with our with our worship, you prepared for the fitness that comes and he described for us the fit now that the man will wake up in the morning as a movement will used to be who cafe williamsii Cafiero, but he will reach the evening time as a caffeine as a disbeliever. And he will come to the evening as a mortal he has a beaver will use Be careful and he will then into the morning as a character. So paneled that quick and he didn't just go straight in and start practicing. He left the
dean that's how she that's how severe the fitness going to become.
One What does he do? He said, You habiru Dino beer out of them in a dunya he sells his Deen for a portion of the dunya for something other than he gives up all of his Deen. But what did he say at the beginning of the Hadith birdorable amalfitana. To what be prepared, be ready with your man with your deeds for those fitness when they come and the Sahaba left a beautiful legacy behind first when it comes to how to protect ourselves at the time of fitness. From that what came into his body. From the statement of who Deva is nearly a man of the Allahu and when he said cannon so yes sir una Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Anil Harry will come to us Hello Anna Sheree Mahabharata
new draconian. He said that the people used to ask the Messenger of Allah sallallahu It was a month of good, but I would ask him about the evil
out of fear that it would overcome me.
So he wants to know what the evil was. We don't we know the evil not just to know the evil, but to protect ourselves from it. So when we know the evil of deviant sex, deviant individuals, deviant ideologies, deviant deviant methodologies
it's important that a Muslim learns these things and knows these things. Not just because it to know it, but to protect ourselves from it so we don't fall into it. We had and that's why if you're going to protect yourself, there's the key things are that you have a strong foundation of knowledge yourself, you know, what is the hook, you know, what is the truth? What is the true religion? What is the true appy the what is the true way of the Sahaba you understand you study it, and then after you study it, also, you know, what is the evil things which contradict that
Which go against that. So when it comes to you can protect yourself from it. And from the legacy they left behind for us was that they would put the fitna out. Meaning if the fitna came, they wouldn't let it spread. And there's a beautiful example of that, or one of the examples of that is horrible right there. The wars of a Red Dead when those who refuse to pay there's a cat from that who left Islam during the after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
What Abu Bakar wrote the law and to do very firm stance would let it spread because if he If so, let's focus on the the army we have prepared, and we'll come back to this later, what's gonna happen to the fitness, it's gonna keep spreading, so we put it out, right, then he stopped and he nipped it in the bud, as we say, to stop the fitness from spreading. And this is a very important principle to us ourselves as Muslims, when we defer and when a thought comes to us, because it's always gonna come to us. And he whispers to us to cause problems, especially when there's good things going. If you see the brothers now and see how much they've been working for us together, I've been working
with him Mashallah for several years myself, Mashallah. And then they start to work Come on comes to them and says I have yet you know, avid said about you?
And then I'll be noisy, then they start to be between themselves then what do they do? They don't say anything. So he keeps in his knifes, and then she alone, and they drift away, they drift away. And then they say, You know what? Let's make another Gemma. Let's see how to those exactly to see how three. Yeah. And then they come and they measure Sofia, Ibrahim to machine brain three and we make different massages. We separate instead of having a strong gym and being strong. We separate into little little Gemma. So we'll be weak.
So finally I was with some of the amount in Sudan one time and so much I noticed that you guys might differ. But you guys are always together, Mashallah, even if you're different issues, you don't have the issues like other groups where you fall into different like sub categories, and all of this are against one another. So what is the secret? What is the secret behind it? He said that if we differ, we took an act, a pact within ourselves, that if we differ, or if we have a problem, if we hear something about the other ones, something comes to us that we go to him immediately nipped in the bud
we heard that that he has been talking about me behind my back. So what do I do? I go desire to his face, because this is just an empty just as yucky. I've heard this. I didn't say that I said this, it was misinterpreted, it was changed. And the person heard it from misunderstood him. And I misunderstood it, and it became even worse. And I get on Facebook and warn the people of archerfield don't give
it and his family didn't even do anything but just because it's fun and his family's in it. Don't get me salaams be aware of them. He's the enemy of Islam. stokfella This one happens now. But if I went to him and asked him, he would have said to me, I said this and he said I didn't agree with this opinion. I didn't say anything negative.
So we we knock shape on out of the thing right away. This is very important principle. Also, when it comes to the fitna, it's always important that we don't get involved in it. Many, many times. People see it Why don't you say this? Why don't you do this is us getting involved and a lot of times it's not even solving and it's gonna make the situation worse. And two examples of any not getting involved avoiding the fitna or secluding ourselves during the time of fitna. We see that sadly Mabu cos and who is sad the medical costs by the way scissors Okay, okay, so don't be upset. is a good guy with Sheila I know he has anything negative about me
and his family I mean
saturable Casa de la and who is he?
Mashallah, from the ocean ocean indigenes from the terrible promised paradise meaning very high status from the Sahaba from the best of the Sahaba at the mo canal German, the Battle of the cabin when the Sahaba difference.
They said that he isolated himself he refused to get involved, and Ollie rhodiola who and after that he prays side for his stance of not getting involved and also was narrated in Sahih Muslim after the assassination of Earth man will be alone and that he was not getting involved in it. He was by himself and his farm outskirts of Medina, focusing on his livestock, his camels and his sheep, what have you. And he saw a writer coming in on his camel racing in and he said that, oh, they'll be let him and show her the rocky said I seek refuge from the evil of this writer. He felt something wasn't right, this person coming and it was his son Alma, who said to him, I still see you here. You're
busy with your sheep and your camel. And the people are disputing over the kingdom and what's happening in the fitting that was happening between the Sahaba and between the people. He was trying to force his father to get involved. So sadra the Allahu and he struck his son Omar in the chest and he told him Oh skirt. Be quiet. He said because very early. I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say in the La Jolla hibbeler 11 el coffee. That indeed a lot
loves the servant, who is God conscious The one who has the taqwa and the one is free from what? And he is hidden from the view of the people and he isolates himself when you need to isolate yourself and not get involved. This is one of the ways to deal with a fitness and not get involved. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us this card or this principle at the time of fitna between the Muslims if they are fighting one another, he told us it is Salatu was Salam. Khun Abdullah he al knock tool valetta Khan Abdullah oil cartel to be the servant of a law who is killed, but don't be the servant of law who is the killer?
Because when you come home with EMF you're killed unjustly. You're Shaheed inshallah hamdulillah so blessing, but what if you come yomo gamma and you've unjustly killed your brother? What are you going to say when you stand in front of Allah subhana wa tada and from the things they left behind for us when it comes to how to deal with the fifth note to exam examples from
Abdullah bin Omar, Abdullah and Omar
when it came to the fitna that happened with us eat and use it when you talk about yours eat any a somebody who is disliked the Muslim ummah. Mm hmm. Ahmed Rahim Allah to Allah he was asked by his son Sawyer Hello Hey boo, is Eden do we love his eat? And he said, hell you hate boys, Eden Manu, may Bella, he will Yamanaka. He said, Does anybody who believes in law in the last day love yours eat.
And as your mama Debbie said, so we know to be just as a Muslim, that even if you dislike him, it's not from the way of Muslims to curse him. He said, learn no head bow well, and then
remember the hubby. He said that we do not love him. We don't like him. And we don't curse him. This is the way of the Muslim. Obviously he was somebody who was disliked.
When it came time for the people to give him the beta and the allegiance
of the law. Even Omar Abdullah and Omar he taught us and taught the oma a beautiful lesson. The Legacy he left behind, he said he gathered up all of his sons and his family and his servants. And he ordered them he said all of you must give the allegiance to this man. Even though he himself had issues he didn't he didn't like many of the things he was saying. But because he knew the bigger harm that would come from leaving the Jamaat and letting the oma separate and two different groups and the blood spread the bloodshed it was going to happen. And the principles that we were taught from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and from Allah subhana wa Tada, which is obeying William
Emma, obeying the rulers, and not going against the rulers. So he's somebody who came into power, whether you agree with it or not, he's in power. Therefore, the Muslim had the benefit for the oma is that he is what that we hear and we obey to him. And that which is ba to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we don't cause a bigger fitna. Also, one of the things he taught us, Abdullah bin Omar or the Aloha and Omar is not to be influenced, or to be pressured by the people and the days we live in. We always hear about the scholars of the dollar.
What do they call them in the UK, the scholars of what the pound does it then said it doesn't doesn't rhyme though yet. You have a statement for them in the UK? Oh, the Billa. The scholars have the dollar, or they say the scholars of the soul burn and they say that they're cowards. The scholars don't speak out.
Why don't they speak out maybe because they're seeing something that you're not seeing.
Maybe they understand the bigger Muslim and the bigger picture for the oma, maybe what Allah subhanho wa Taala has given them from knowledge. They know that it's better to advise indirectly and not to speak openly because the harms that could happen not just to him but to many people for him speaking openly. But if he goes in he advises the rulers indirectly. That's the proper way.
And we were talking yesterday in Birmingham, no brothers there we give the course in green lane about the CEO of Omar Abdulaziz rabelo. And, and how when he reached the power, and became the halifa, how he had established many years before and how he established would establish directly indirectly and directly advising the rulers. He would sit with him, advise them, even if what they were doing was well, he would advise him and he made much, many changes, even before he became the Khadija afgelopen omo. What are they alone and
they said that the people came to him at the time of fitna and this was said by and hesitant, bacillary Rahim Allah that they came to him at the time of fitna meaning the time of us eat and they were saying to him, that you are the son of of our leader and you are somebody that people are pleased with. So come out now and we will give you the beta. We will give you the allegiance the pledge to be the leader to be the believer with anybody have rejected I believe it almost as the halifa no one everybody would have accepted it.
Know that everybody loves I'm delivering Omar. But he understood something that other people didn't understand. He said I won't
Be a part of the spilling of the blood of any Muslims. As long as my soul is still in my body, I'm not gonna I refuse to be part of that.
They came back a second time, with another message. They said, If you don't come out now, to be the leader, we're going to kill you. And once again, he refused and he stayed strong, he was influenced now, he will say, go out and talk and say this. He knew that that Muslim had the benefit was not to speak not to go out and to be patient. And that's a great, valuable lesson all of us need to winter control our tongues, when it comes to the issue of the scholars and understand that they're in the same situation. When they don't speak out all the times. They see the benefits, maybe that we don't see. And they're just like, sometimes even the rulers, you say if I was the ruler, ruler, you might
be worse than the ones who were there. Now, we don't know. Because we're not in that situation. It's easy to say what you would do if you were in that situation. But if we actually, that's different here, Abdullah bin Omar, rob the law or the law and Homer taught us valuable lessons and how to deal with the fitna. When it comes to their legacy, we see that they were from those who focused on spreading the message of Islam they focused on dour and this oma is an omen of dour.
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that you will forbid call to the good and forbid the evil of dour going on calling the people to Islam. And we see this as something they learn from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Messenger of Allah from the beginning.
When a to Pharaoh Rama dosi became Muslim. He set with the Sahaba learn the basic fundamentals of his Deen and went back as a Dahlia to his people. When the prophets that allow someone to establish the first Islamic State in Medina, what did he do? What did he send there first?
Who did he send to Medina first, Musab doodle man, what was the objective? For him to teach the new Muslims to teach them the basic fundamentals, teach them the Koran teach the basic things they need from the deen and to give power to the people in Medina to prepare Medina for when the Sahaba and when the prophet SAW Islamic kyndra to Medina, also at the last part of his life on a Salatu was Salam. When he sent out who Deva and Abu Musa to Yemen to give out to the people of Yemen.
And if you look at this Harbor, where did they die, wrote the law and
many of them they died abroad outside of Mecca, Medina, they didn't come say at the edge of 100,000. So that's in Mecca. 1000 in Medina, okay. Initially the pharaoh reached the people in other way they knew they realized it was their obligation to spread this message. That's why they went out and they died in the path of Allah subhana wa tada they died and other countries around the world because they went out to spread the message. Also, we see they used to spend their money for a loss of Panama. Tada, look, I will book your property alone. And, and certainly sometimes we don't think about this. And he, in this light, when he gave his money to free the slaves were being tortured and
tormented in Mecca. We look at the reward he gets for that. But what about the impact it had on that individual
who's like accepted this faith and I'm going through these difficulties now being tortured. And here comes a man and spins from his own money to support me to save me
and it's he's a slave he's looked down upon anyways in the society but yet here comes this from a noble man from Quraysh spending from his own hard earned money to free me think about the impact is going to have on that individual man. Think about the other people who see Wow, look at the Muslims. How they come and they help one another of worker came out the Aloha and and he's helping out his brother, what a beautiful religion.
If we look at our situation today, we have a lot of people who accept Islam,
that we have the Tao teams, Mashallah we're out in the streets, people are taking their Shahada. What do we give them in return?
What do they get from us? When they take their Shahada?
They get a logbook
and they get a bunch of books a bunch of hugs. Olejnik, good luck on your own.
May Allah make it easy for you?
May Allah make it easy for you? So panela
What if we were to establish something now for the new Muslims? Let's think those new Muslims when they become Muslim, we established we have a center for them. We have a house for them. We have money ready for them. We have brothers and sisters who are ready to help them. They get kicked out of their houses, they might get divorced, they might lose their jobs, they lose their family to support they go through difficult times. So we need to have a support center ready for them. That's what that's what this habit used to do. They support their brothers at the time of need.
Also from the things when it came to spreading the message of Islam and so they would spread the spread the beauty of Islam
and as Islam is being attacked by the media today
it's upon the Muslims.
to be creative, and to be productive and countering these attacks with spreading the beauty of Islam.
And if you look in the example and we're just going to give the example everybody can go home and reflect on the story by himself. The story of Jeffery nabbit polyp, probably a lot more and with an agenda, and who also the media, the media of that time, the media that came from Korea, they sent them out to spread
false information to spread propaganda and lies about the belief of what Muslims believe in. They said that that was their media team, their news team, that was their Fox News, their CNN, they sent them out to it to spread the false propaganda about the Muslims what they believe.
So what happened, Jaffa stood up and gave us the lesson. Proud to be a Muslim, he didn't hide and go like Muslims nowadays. He was he stood up and said, This is what we believe in. He showed him the belief of what we truly believe in as Muslims with honor
and dignity and in some and truthfulness and look how Allah subhanaw taala support him in the outcome of an agenda and how they supported him. One of the last one, the last thing inshallah Tada, we're going to mention, before we close with some of the rights of the Sahaba and I see the brother who was sitting next to me as an indirect message to finish in general Donna. So inshallah we're going to finish now with the fifth thing from the legacy left behind. And then we'll mention just the hakima the end of the lecture with some of the rights upon us and channeled on a very quickly
it was narrated in the sooner widowed or the loved one that
during the life of both men or the loved one, that he decided to pray for rockets in Mina, and the sooner is for us to pray to rockets. So upon hearing that, he's gonna pray for rockets, avoid mystery became very angry, because that's not the Sunnah.
And even he spoke to him. He said, The prophets Allah seldom prayed to rockets aboubaker prayed to rockets are more prone to rockets, even you have to believe your hell after you pray to God. So why are you going to pray for now? But at the time that it came time for the slot at the prayer time? What did what did Abdullah do rather long did he stand in the back and say, ah, let's go pray another gym over here. Let's make it go around the corner, make another machine
make it another gym and
he stood up robiola, who and and he prayed behind with money prayed for rockets. It's permissible to pray for but it's soon it's better to pray to. So he prayed behind him for rockets. His students asked me said you made in car use you against what he was doing. But yet you come and you pray for four rockets with him. What did he say he gave us a beautiful message in just two words. He summed it all up. And if we understand these two words, as Muslims, it solves 99% of the problems that we have
Chateaux. Tada, he told him alquila, for sure.
He said that the deferring is evil. And what does that mean by deferring the deferring, which really leads to division? Because we're going to defer and then we're done with different and showing what is the how, like he did he this was, he said, this was wrong. What argument is doing he didn't know because some people say now, don't don't say anything if you let it slide. We're all brothers that's come together. No, he meant he made a mistake. He said, this is wrong what you're doing. But he didn't make it worse than what it was this very important this principle, we have to understand this. It came time to pray, yes, he prayed behind it. And he said, I know for sure that this type of
the difference in that leads the division. It's shorter, it's evil. It's very, very important upon us that we understand this, that when it comes to different understand the big picture, that we have to stay strong as an oma, even with the differences we have between ourselves, it doesn't mean we don't talk about the differences. It doesn't mean that we don't say what someone is doing is wrong. But when it comes to an issue for the oma that we have strength, and when we work, we work together and dealing with these issues in shuttle Tada. And lastly, we'll mention quickly and chautala some of their rights upon us. And first of all, that is that we acknowledge what has been confirmed from
their virtues and merits and they'll put on and the sooner and then we don't have anything in our hearts towards them, and that we love them. And we praise them and that we follow in their way and that we seek forgiveness for them.
seeking forgiveness for them
was mentioned and salted and hashed. Verse number eight, talked about who
and why God, verse number nine talked about Ellen sada and verse number 10 talked about us, those who come after them. Hello, so I know what Santa said. Well, Athena jell o Minh body him yaku loon and those who come after them, they say what do we say about about the Sahaba? What do we say? What do we say to to Allah subhanho wa Taala we say? robina outfit Lena Walia.
One in Edina sobre Puna Eman Valletta JAL to kuruvilla Ville and Isla de la mano, Oh Allah, forgive our brothers who preceded us in faith, and not put any type of resentment in our hearts towards them. To do and towards those who believe. This is the way of the believer that we must love them, we must pray for them. Like the brother said, we see their name, we see the logo on them, we look at it to say, our worker, our worker, Omar, so it's like, you feel like you're a Muslim, a criminal, we say Abu Bakar rhodiola when Omar rhodiola when they we praise them, we make do out for them. When we say May Allah subhana wa tada be pleased with them. And we will refrain from mentioning them.
And mentioning the issues that they differed upon mentioning them in a negative way, or mentioning the issues that they differed upon very important when it comes to the issue my shadowbane as to how they laugh, or the differences that happen between the Sahaba you as a believer, what is your role?
This guy was right.
Because we know from the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a person if he does something when he hat, and we know the Sahaba did what they did, and he had each one of the groups. When they did it, they thought what they were doing was correct. And they did it for a loss upon what's Allah. And they did it for the religion of a law, thinking what they were doing was more beneficial for the Dean of a law. So they don't he had the professors that taught us that if the person makes the SD hat, any is correct, how many routers does he get?
Two rewards. But if he made this he had a made a mistake, how many rewards one, because he did it on channel 10 on a class on sincerity, and he wanted to reach that was what he thought was correct and the truth. Therefore, our role now after that,
is to be quiet, and not talk about the issues that they differed upon the collapse, which happened between them. Also, one and these are the last two points that were mentioned, inshallah.
We need to refrain from
narrating the stories
about the differences and the things or some of the the negative things about the Sahaba. Because many of these stories as a scholar, as mentioned, many of they come from the books of the people are better anyways, people who invented things in the region, their lives and not even true stories. If you go back to the historical facts, that will confirm very little, you'll find anyways, so you're not gonna find authentic narrations that have negative things about this hub anyway. So be very, very careful, especially in the days we live in. When you find a long standing stuff, you find an internet No, and the about the religion agenda to be very, very precise, on what you relate, you're
going to be held accountable of what you say, you'll know families that don't relate these stories that have anything negative about this hobby, and then obviously, from the rights upon us. And this is the seventh point is that we believe it is haram to curse them or to say anything negative about them, as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam clearly forbidden when he said, we're allowed to sue boo as hobby, do not curse my companions. And this in chautala, is what I want to remind myself and my brothers and sisters of, and I do apologize for the length of the lecture. In general, I don't believe in long lectures. But this topic, my dear brothers and sisters is very, very
important. And I could have just focused on these five points about their legacy. And it would have been enough, but it's very, very important that we remind ourselves of the status and the virtues and the merits of the Sahaba the love and home, and what is our data, what is our belief, when it comes to what we believe in when it comes to the Sahaba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and that we know that we know their rights upon us. It's very important, especially in the days that we're living in where some of the groups of the people have been.
They have become strong these days. So they're starting to try to flex their muscles out of the blue and to spread negative propaganda about the companions of Rasulullah saw Selim. So it's important that we remind ourselves of what we believe in as Muslims, what are their rights and what do we believe? Whereas the last panel with Allah said, we're cool and why the law has now lost promise all of them the best reward and we ask Allah subhana wa Taala to be pleased with them, and to be pleased with us and to make us from those who only praise the net which is good and refrain from saying anything negative about them, and those who follow in their footsteps with with us and until we meet
a loss of conduits, Ana, and he is pleased with us inshallah, tada Vladimir.