Al Adab Al Mufrad – EP05

Abu Eesa Niamatullah


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Al Adab Al Mufrad – Episode 05

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Bismillah R Rahman Al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa rahmatullah Masaki was sallallahu wasallam robotic Allah Anna Vienna Mohammed while early he was as heavy as you may in

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la melesa la la gente husa Hello anteater Jalan has Natasha Salah.

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My dear brothers and sisters, in the previous session, we

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took the first Hadeeth of the chapter of being good to the mother, in which

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the grandfather of bad has been Hakeem asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam era Solomon about Kyle.

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countryman abbar Carla makuta man, Carla call, were called to man over for call avec sama, Accra, for a club that his grandfather said as the Messenger of Allah, to whom should I be dutiful?

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And he said, your mother. I asked then whom? Your mother He replied, I asked Then who? Your mother, he replied, I asked, then to whom should I be beautiful, he said, your father, and then the next closest relative, and then the next. And so in the previous Hadeeth. And actually, in the previous sessions that we've been dealing with, with the chapter on the parents, we've really expanded upon the rights and importance of the parents and then specifically about the mother, or her macom has status, and her role, which she takes on her relationship, which is specific in many ways to the child. And that is why, as we've seen this Hadith, the prophets lie Selim gives her a father, a

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status amacom a reward a rights and obligation upon us, which is equivalent, in a ratio of three to one to the Father. And then we explained last week that the irony is that not only is she more emphasized in the three specific actions of pregnancy and weaning, and giving labor, and then the bringing up of the child, but then where the father is meant to come into play the tarbiyah. And in fact, he ended the spending upon the child, while the mother often excels there as well. And then we explained her role in Serbia. And we explained that this is something which is well known in the Sharia, and it was explained by many, many different Hadith. We saw that the prophets lie Selim told

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the man who wanted to go to jihad, the non obligatory Jihad to actually go back and to be at the feet of his mother for thermal gender, the purpose of life Williams had for us her feet, you will find paradise it is there it is in her service, it is in obeying it is in being good to her. And we explained that the meaning of this Hades is that a person who's able to serve his mother like that and is able to understand the importance of his mother. And only one who understands such an important is because he follows the sooner the progress of lifestyle and because you will be amazed how much the prophet SAW Selim has emphasized it and here's a heady three times keep repeating the

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same word again and again, your mother, your mother, your mother, go back and go back to your mother and father, okay, okay. It's like this. I have a saying, okay, that's fine. The Hub is like saying, okay, that's fine.

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I've understood, but the the the, you know, now tell me someone else's name, you know, tell me someone else. And so he said he said, No your mother to just run the whole idea home. And then we see in a hadith which comes later in the chapter that actually is increased to four times, and so on.

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And I think that's what I wanted to, to not miss out is that you will have seen on the prophetic guidance websites, we we posted up

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an account account attribute, which I found very, very nice, which I thought that I had read out here that has been written by someone who remains anonymous. And I think it it brings home, it brings home, I think it summarizes over almost the relationship that we have with our mothers, or, or maybe more important for us how much our mothers

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love us and how close they are to us how much they hurt how much they are in pain, due to our actions and to due to our absence and due to the things that we say that we do. And they say, of course, is the main reason why the process Selim has emphasized her right, because we are the ones who often forget about it, or we are the ones who become neglectful. And so,

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and I'll read it out, the author said, those of you who still have your mother's with you, this is something to ponder and to witness as your life unfolds. Those of you who no longer have your mother's with you, this may be something that sparks a memory for you. Those of you who are mothers, this is something for you to think about as you move through life with your children.

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And then he gives the account and he says, and he writes, the young mother set her foot on the path of life.

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Is this the long way? she asked. And the guide said, Yes. And the way is hard. And you will be old before you reach the end of it. But the end will be better than the beginning. But the young mother was happy. And she would not believe that anything could be better than these years. So she played with her children, and gathered flowers for them along the way, and bathed them in the clear streams. And the sun shone on them. And the young mother cried, nothing will ever be lovelier than this. Then the night came, and the storm, and the path was dark. And the children shook with fear and cold. And the mother drew them close and covered them with her mantle. And the children said,

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Mother, we are not afraid, for you are near and no harm can come.

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And the morning came. And there was a hill ahead. And the children climbed and grew weary, weary, and the mother was weary. But at all times. She said she said to the children, a little patience, and we are there. So the children climbed. When they reach the top they said, Mother, we would not have done it without you. And the mother, when she lay down at night, looked up at the stars and said, this is a better day than the last four my children have learned fortitude in the face of hardness. Yesterday, I gave them courage. Today, I have given them strength. And the next day came strange clouds which darken the earth, clouds of war and hate and evil. And the children groped and

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stumbled. And the mother said, Look up, lift your eyes to the light. And the children looked and saw above the clouds and everlasting glory, and it guided them beyond the darkness. And that night, the mother said, this is the best day of all. Four I have shown my children the awareness of the Almighty.

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And the days went on, and the weeks and the months and the years. And the mother grew old and she was little and bent. But her children were tall and strong and walked with courage.

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When the wave was rough, they lifted her for she was as light as a feather. And at last they came to a hill

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and beyond they could see a shining road and golden gates flung wide and mother said I have reached the end of my journey. And now I know the end is better than the beginning. For my children can walk alone and their children after them. And the children said you will always walk with us. Mother even when you have gone through the gates and they stood and watched her as she went on alone. And the gates closed off to her and they said we cannot see her. But she is with us still. A mother like ours is more than a memory. She is a living person.

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Now, the beauty of this, the beauty of this piece is that there is no need to refer to

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any specific references or specific statements of fact, it's just just based upon universal truths. It's based upon that distinct relationship that we have that connection of Rama that exists between the mother and the child. You know, regardless of religion, regardless of race, regardless of anything, regardless of even human beings and animals, this is that bond. And this is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who is trying to emphasize and remind us of this link, for us to be aware, because it is often and for the reasons that we mentioned in the in the previous session, it's often forgotten, often left behind, it's often covered up by our arrogance and by our contempt

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for weakness and for our, our, our, almost our lack of understanding and appreciating the importance. So I thought that was that was relevant to, to read just to put some context just to bring the subject closer to our minds. And then we move on to the next narration in the same chapter, and interesting narration in the same chapter of, of being good to the mother, and it is on the authority of ebony Ibis. And then who utter who Rajan faqad in the attempt to attend a bet and then Kenny will hataoka ready for a habit and 10 key for her to rally her for cattle to her for Holly mencoba call omocha heya

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la call to Allah azza wa jal what a carabiner Rabelais he must have thought for the hub to Yanni aka Ebony yesterday in the heads for the hep tufesa Ultra High bass limosa Ultra who and hired me for call in Nila Allah Muhammad and Acorah with Allah azza wa jal min beruwala walidah.

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That's the Hadees number four on duration number four that apply vinyasa yes are the the Sahabi Raja lavon said that a man came to have an adverse rhodiola on Houma and said, I asked a woman to marry me and she refused to marry me. Another man asked her, and she agreed to marry him. I became jealous and killed her.

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Is there a way for me to repent?

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When our boss asked, Is your mother alive? No, he replied. He said, repent to Allah Almighty, and try to draw near to him as much as you can.

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Up Ah, the narrator of this scenario of this version said,

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I went and asked him a bus. Why did you ask him whether his mother was alive? He replied, I do not know of any deed that brings one closer to Allah, the mighty and exalted than being good than being good to one's mother.

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So it's very interesting narration actually very strange. Almost First of all, this narration is Saha. And it is an effort. Another effort, which we mentioned last time is a hadith of a Sahaba, not something which is narrated by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And, you know, before we, before we dive into the Hadees, and try to understand its meaning, we now have our first meeting with this man, this ocean, the one of the greatest of the companions of the purpose of life and limb of the life in a bus or the Allahumma, someone who narrated to us over 1660, a Hadeeth, many of them to be found in a site Hainan, with Mr. Buhari, and Mr. Muslim. And to be honest, I mentioned last

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time when we was looking at the the brief looked at of the life in armor, that of the life in a bus, these young companions were young at the time of the professor, lice alum. And were then able to spend all of their lives observing the process very clearly, at a time where their memory was also very strong at a time when they were learning. And they had a great zeal for learning, and then had lots of time then to put that that into practice through times and experience of fitna, and so on. So they're very, very important for us today in our situations, to look at and study and then take lessons from them. And so we should give our best some time. And you know, he was born three years

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just before the hijra, so he was very, very young. In fact, when the professor lifestyle and passed away, he was only 13 years old. He was only thing he was still a young boy. But even in that small time, even in those few years that he was with the professor Lai Selim, it was all full of Baraka, full of blessing First of all, he is

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The cousin of the professor lies and limb, he is the son of a bus, the uncle of the professor lies alum. And he was given technique he is, the professor lies lm, when a child was born and it was brought to him, then he would put something sweet in his mouth, or anything that you would put in his mouth, he would, he would mesh it with his saliva, and then place that in the the mouth of the child. And so he did the work for us. So right from the very, very beginning, he is blessed, from the his blessed by the saliva of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And you see, throughout his life, they said that of the level above was like the shadow of the Prophet, because he would be

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everywhere that the Prophet could be found, you will find him right there in the shadow right behind him, not only in front or the side, but always just behind just keeping his distance to not only imposed upon the professor lightsail. And he recognized that he was young, he didn't want to interfere with the professor lesson. And often the province of lesson would turn around and try and find what advice he got used to him being there. He got used to him being there, who literally his right hand, man, and he would often ask, Where have you been? Where was he? There was a time when the purpose of life seldom was making Salah. And it normally would expect them to live in our best

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to be there. And then he didn't see him. And then afterwards, he asked, he turned around and he saw him standing behind him. He said, Where was you? He said, I didn't want to get in front of you. I didn't want to cause any problems and so on and so on. And the promise I tell him would make dua for him would smile and make dua for him all the time. And you know, this is why he's, why do we talk about life in our best? Why is he so famous because of the depth of the process and not just his relation? Not just blessed by his saliva, but the amount of dirt that was made for him along with doctors who fit in May Allah give him a deep understanding of the deen. May Allah teach him the

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money of the father of Quran May Allah give him the the understanding the deep understanding of the words and the meanings of the Quran, the professor license them continuously continuously making Tao for him to understand that's why he has no he is known as the Learn learned man of the oma, the *ery of the oma, the Imam of this oma and this is a man

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what when, when he was still a child, when he was still a child, the companions would seek any his fatwa seek His understanding his opinion in the issues of religion, and we're gonna talk about the line when he was the Hanif when he was the leader of the Muslims, I want to just talking a political leader because you know, we know about, you know, political leadership, someone has the qualities to lead the country, lead an army, establish a state and run it, but so that's fine, but their armor was not only just that, but he was in his L. And as a ra we as an arranger of a Heidi is good enough to be like that without being the holly fee, and he is famous and well enough to know, because of

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just that and his knowledge as well. Yeah, this

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is the man who Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed is in the Quran to confirm his position and his opinions on different issues. Whenever when a hot tub would sometimes speak to the province of Lyceum and suggest something different to him. Allah subhanaw taala revealed the ayat to confirm what the hot dog had had had had said, this is Omar. So imagine that when everyone hottub then goes, and yes, this year, he goes and asks advice and for counsel from the lab and at best, whilst he was still a child. Think about that, this is who we are dealing with often live in a bus. So when he of course, when he grew up, and when his his growing up is a great education for us as well. And in his

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his zeal for polar bear and for seeking knowledge is phenomenal. And if throughout the the the the other Sahaba they will talk about him all the time. So even if workers rajala and another major companion, another major those of those who have been promised paradise would say I never saw anyone more knowledgeable than Abdullah and others. I never saw anyone more greater than others. I never saw anyone who's as worship Allah as much as I live and at best, and not only that blessing, he was very very handsome, very very handsome. They used to say that he was the most edge millionaires he was the most beautiful the most comfortable people the women of Medina and Mecca is that liberty and

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the women when he used to when he used to walk past there is they say has has musk walked past or there has been a best walk past this is a you know he was his attributes are just yeah nice to punish. You get a spread and they go on and on. And you can't give these people justice and few minutes and a few pages and so and so on It says that it's a joke and to try and you know, bring down these these Yanni mountains into a few words and so on. But the irony here is how does one develop such characteristics? How does one develop such acceptance amongst the people? This is beautiful. This is really important for us, because was he the big leader of the people

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Was he the big politics man? Was he the big media man? No, he wasn't at all the exact opposite. The exact opposite. He was willing to constantly put himself out of the limelight people would say to him take position take power, like I was telling you about Herbalife in our model, these people in the times of fitness and 11 of us, unfortunately so much fitna in his time, and he's seen fitna in his time, that would destroy the outhouse, if we had been there, you required men to be there at that time to deal with the the the sadness, and the stress of the Sahaba the best of Sahaba squaring up to each other and arguing and fighting and going to war with one another. This is what this is

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what happened Ibis lived through this is what he went through. And through throughout this whole process, often, he was suggested to him that we can get you power, we can get you the position, give us the opinion, he was always a man of any step back, move back, isolate yourself, this is fitness do not get involved in the fitness always following the prophetic example. And as I said, his his position was how was it any cemented like that with the people because they saw his commitment to Dean, they saw his especially in seeking knowledge, you know, he would go to he had lots of respect for them for the big people of the companions, who who underneath them were specialized in specific

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knowledge, for example of the lab invest early in his part of zaidan sabut in the Quran, okay, he used to really respect they they did in service and used to often go to him and asked him for the money to teach him the certain skills of heaven, and the understanding of the alpha, the only the the meanings of the letters of the Quran. And we see this in when he used to teach as well. But just to give you a story, he would go to a div in fabric, and he would sit at his feet and wait for him in a way that one of us cannot imagine to do to a teacher. Okay? They say one of his companions, one of the one of the companions of empanadas said that we saw him, he would, he went to one companions,

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not a big companion, but a companion that he knew, knew something about the purpose of life, send him that he didn't. So he went to go and ask him that personally. So instead of knocking upon his door, and remember this is that because of the professor lice, lm from annual Bates, right? So knocking on the door, wouldn't make any companion come running out, what did he do? He put his cloak on the floor outside the door of this hub, his house, and he starts on it waiting in the dust and in the heat, and so on and so on. And this hub inside has absolutely no idea that he's sitting there. And then he comes out hours later. And he finds him that he says, What are you doing here? What's

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going on? And he said, I was waiting for you. I thought I did. Why didn't you knock on the door? And tell me what have come out immediately? No, no, this is not the way. He said, this is not the way when someone goes to seek knowledge. And he they don't go around and

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come out and teach me this Teach me that I wanted you to be fully rested and fully relaxed, and so on and come out. And then and you see see me in a time if you are happy with and he said the lay of the lay, this is not right. And this is what many of us have would say this is not right, I am begging you shouldn't do this is a bit sad, even 30. And he would say that to him, you shouldn't be sitting at my feet learning from me, we should be learning from you. And abus responded, this is how we were taught. This is how we were taught and how to seek knowledge how to respect our lover, and how to to

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be with them. And they deserve it also is no end lightweight. He said, okay, you just hold out your hand and live in a bus held out his hand. And he kissed his hand. And he said, he said what do you do that for? And he said likewise, this is how we were taught to deal with the people that the family of the professor lies in them. So yeah, and you know, this bus, you can just go on and on. And in his in his seeking of knowledge, you would have seen and humbly work upon his companions, how so many scholars have come to us through this chain. Okay of El Yani, they used to say that when he when he was at home, and the people would hear that he was going to do some teaching, they'd come

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from everywhere, so much so that the road to his house would be blocked, would be blocked. And one of his students in a race that he came to, he came to his house, and he couldn't get through. But because he was known to be one of the main students, they let him through and he went inside. He said, Have you seen outside and been arrested? Have they come to learn? And he said, Yes, he said, class, Bring some water, let's make water. So he made rubble. And then he invited everyone in. And then he kept saying, Come in, make space for brothers keep coming in until there's absolutely no space left in his house. And then he would teach them about the Quran and about its meanings and so

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on. For us, it's important to see his other his his humbleness, his humility, despite his matam despite his status, okay, and there's many, many other things that we can take from them.

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The labeling of bears that are specific for us specific was, I suppose one of the, the,

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the important lessons for us is in his dalla. Now when I say Tao, because

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we live in times of not only of that we need to give that was so important in so many principles we need to have on board when we're trying to give down to Muslims or non Muslims, but also in our particular situation where we have so much fitna amongst Muslims and the problem of extremism, we have specific solutions and answers, in the conduct of our best one of the most famous that I brought with me, one of the most famous

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incidents that are delivering a bus is well known for is after the fitna of, of alia Roger Lahore, and after the death of a man, and then the ascension of Ali, to me remote meaning to become the KDF and then more our, and the fitna that occurred between them, and then the the the Battle of the camel and a Safin. And this is, you know, parts of the history. And, you know, that's another, something for another time and so on. There was many people, as you know, that rejected Ali rhodiola on that, and he refused to, to, to be to serve Him. And we're a very violent bunch of people that would later on become the Hawaii bridge. And the Hawaii is you know, how deadly they were to Islam,

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the Prophet slicin them, warned against them. And he said, If I was dead, and I would kill them, these are people who professing Islam, but they would go, and they would be shedding the blood of the Muslims, very similar to what you're seeing today. Very, very similar to what you're seeing today, in our times, small pockets of people who believe that in their quest to establish some religion, and Deen in a pure sense, believe that it is permissible to shed the blood of Muslims to shed the blood of Muslims or non Muslims as if it's like water, just the only blowing up and killing and indiscriminately, which is something very separate, of course, to the, to the legitimate Jihad

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and so on. But in any case, and there was very well documented

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event, when there was a group of people specifically that rebelled against Allah de la Han, and I'm gonna live in Ibis wanted to speak to them, okay, he wanted to, at this time, try and be a mediator, because not only did he see a major fitness journey brewing with a large group of people, some said 20,000, this group that left earlier the line, and they you know, like, like extremists always are, like extremist always are, they look very, very pious, very, very knowledgeable, very, very holy. I mean, you can see in their rhetoric and what they were saying, you know, they will always believe that a person, one of the, one of the things that they became more known for, was believing that

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people become non Muslim, due to their doing of major sense that it took them out of Islam. So you can see that their attitude and a very, very strict kind of literal understanding of Islam. And so, anyway, of the 11, Abbas went to this group, and he said, Tell me, what is it that you, you know, what is your problem? Or grievances do you have against the, the, the cousin of the purpose of life, send them the husband of his daughter? And from the first of those who believed in him? Yeah. And he referring to earlier the law. And so they said to us, actually, we have three major complaints against Allie rhodiola. Han, what are they that Ali agreed to accept the arbitration arbitration of

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Abu Salah Sherry, and armodafinil, as the two companions in the dispute with Maria, and I look into that, I'll give you a little background about that in a minute. Secondly, that he fought and did not take booty, or prisoners of war, referring to the Battle of Safina and the Battle of the camel with Sharia law. And thirdly, that he did not insist on the title of a middle more meaning during the arbitration process between, you know, between the Muslims and the Muslims had pledged allegiance to him had made him an immutable meaning, but he was refusing to take the title in an official sense, almost denigrating the post, denigrating the position. So then, I would live in a bus said to him,

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okay, I said to them, Okay, then I'll tell you what, if I can then respond to your points with verses from the Quran and the Sunnah, and incidents and a hadith from the Sunnah. Will you then accept this? Will you then accept this? And they said a long way now, we certainly will By Allah, we will. Okay, here is a little lesson for us. By the way, a lot of us get involved in dour, okay, go straight in and you know, what, whatever context it is arguing a way of making these points and so on, and so on and so on. And often going straight into the emotions without any clear plan any clear vision with set objectives on what you're doing, whenever I'm speaking to a non Muslim myself. And

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depending upon the context and the situation, I will always before I go, go forward into, you know, whatever we're about to discuss.

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I will set a some kind of objective for this discussion. And so I will say to them, okay, then if I am able to prove or disprove your point, will you accept this? I always said starts off like that. And because otherwise, if you're not, then what's the point of me just wasting my time? I've got better things to be doing. And you've got better things to be doing, I'm sure. But I'm not just not here just to to waste our time. But would you accept this? Is there some benefit that we can have? And I often say to them, and this is, you know, almost frankly, the turning the tables, and you say,

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if you can prove to me your point, then I'm with you, then I'm with you. It gives them some kind of hope, you know, Jesus a little bit, right. Okay. And so you say to them, but but be fair. Okay, I will put my point forward, and we'll use an accepted. And we can see, this is the way and this is the way of those people who are actually have some kind of objective, this is any one of the key principles in dow that many, many people forget to do. And so he said that to them, and they said, yeah, we accept that. So he said, Okay, then we'll regarding your statement, then that Ali has appointed men to pass judgment in the matters of religion, okay. Because what was their claim? They

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saying that if there is a problem, then Allah subhanaw taala statement should be Look at his literal understanding. Our last

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statement in the Quran should be the final decision. Not it shouldn't be left to men just to sit down and have a Shura and make a decision amongst themselves and so on. It shouldn't be left like that. This is what they were trying to say. So the webinar said so Okay, so concerning this problem that you have, then what do you think about the statement? When Allah Allah says, Yeah, you Hello, Dena, Amano, lotta Cthulhu say they want to hurt them. Oh, you who believe kill not game, while in the sacred precincts or in any in a ROM? If any of you do so intentionally. Their compensation is an offering of a domestic animal equivalent to the one he killed and adjudged by to just men amongst

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you. Yeah. And so I didn't mean come. Okay, this is the the social method that I've been abuzz recited to them. Say you said, so you're saying to me, is saying to the group, right. You're saying to me that I live with a lover and he should be, you know, rejected and cursed and whatever, because he took counsel from two men, to just men in the issue of religion, and a loss of power to Allah tells us to take counsel over a rabbit. Okay. All right, seek counsel from two men over a rabbit, the value of which is only a quarter of a dead ham. And yeah, we're talking about the blood and the sanctity of lives and Muslims and people, and we can't do that. Are you sure you want to go ahead to

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this point? Yani, are you sure? And they kind of like realized that there was absolutely nothing here. So they said, so he said, Do you accept this point? Now? Do you accept that we leave this point? It says Allahumma NAB. By Allah Yani. Yeah, we leave this point we've rejected we returned from this point. So that's one done. So we have two more, I need to deal with. Sorry. banaba said

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for you.

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Earlier, the lavonne.

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Unfortunately, as part of the fitna and the misunderstanding that arose due to the death of Earth man, and led to the Muslims squaring up against each other. And Chateau de la Anna was on one side, as you know, and she marched upon them end with a with an army to try and find justice and the law and, of course, was on the other side, and the war was ended, they won, okay, per se, the size of the law and who won? And they complained, you didn't take any prisoners. And you didn't take any captives at that war. So other weapons are busted. So as for this complaint against Allah, for him not doing that?

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What did you want him to do? Did you want him to take the wife of your Prophet, your mother, as a captive? Is that what you wanted the only them to

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Allah and to do, because she fought against him. So you wanted her wanted him to take her as a captive, and then do with with a captive what one does with captives? Because if you've said that, then you've committed Cofer. And if you turn around, and you say that, no, she's not our mother. Then I say to you what Allah subhanaw taala says, and maybe you only have been meaning to men and forcing him what as well, who as well who are mahato, that the Prophet is closer to the believers than their own soul and his wives, or their mothers. So what, what have you decided to choose because if you choose the first one, you've committed copper, and if you believe that she's not your

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mother, then you've committed Cofer. So what you want to do, do you accept then that we live this point? They said aluminum, we leave this point. We forget this point. By events. He goes, Okay, that's true. Now, let's now look at the third point. Your third point is that after earlier the lawan has been now established.

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The ameerul momineen he did not insist on the title, okay, he did not insist on taking the title they said now, how can he How should How can that possibly be? This is the rights of Allah, this is the rights which has been given to him, he should accept that. So he said, Then once about the profits and lies at the soul have davia at the tree to have her davia when he came, and he was in making the agreement of the machinery cane, and at the agreement, the prophets lie Selim demanded that he signed the the, the the agreement between them, this is what the Messenger of Allah has agreed. And they said, No, no, no, no, no, no, you can't write that. And if you were there, if we

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accepted you as the Messenger of Allah, then why are we even having this problem? We wouldn't have an issue here, we would let you come to Mecca automatically. If we accepted you to be the Messenger of God, you cannot write that as part of it. And see, at that time, if you remember, even some of the companions of the professor lies lm, Brianna was were like, hold on, how dare they say this? You are the Messenger of God, you must write this down, even at his time at that time. But the purpose of life Selim said,

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What did he say? He said that Allah knows I'm the Messenger of God, and I am the messenger of God. So if I write it down or not, then so what they said write down Mohammed bin Abdullah, so he wrote down I am that this is what has been agreed by Mohammed bin Abdullah, Mohammed, the son of Abdullah and he wrote that down. So if he can do that, the profits of mycelium continue. So why can't I do that? And so they realized that it was all over and finished and so hamdulillah the fruits of that is that maybe 70% or 80% of the nearly 4000 p they said historians of that group refused, okay, after the origin of the evidence had been established upon them, and then they went, and as you

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know, they later became the Hawaiians who then cause so much fits in and then were, were killed by by in the in the, in the ensuing wars that occurred afterwards. But so many people Mashallah was saved by the hikma and by their the wisdom of Eben Abbas, the logic the discussion, the calmness, any honestly, really do yourself a favor and study the life of an adverse or the Allahumma, full of benefit. And he

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passed away at the age of 71. And I thought, if really, you know, I know I'm keep banging on about it, but really, it's his, his life has so many incidents that show us not only do we know that, how much of our knowledge and our our, and our opinions come from him, whenever we open up the Quran, and we want to find a meaning the first thing that everyone says, let's see what Mr. Barr said.

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Let's see what happened. I busted and all over the Morpher series, when they mentioned an IRA, they start off an opener boss said so and so did this. I mean, so so this is his legacy, his legacy, his legacy of knowledge, and he fought from it, we can, we can pick up so much. As for the narration. If you look at the narration, the the as I said before, it's a third and that's a headache. And it's a PSA here, it is authentic, despite it looking strange, and why does it look strange? It looks strange, there's so much benefits to take from this this narration, because when you look at it, you find it any person is so nonchalant, isn't it is that a man has come to the bus and said, You know,

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this is what happened and I killed her. And you know what, what happens now? Right? It seems so relaxed. So kind of, you know, as if it's like matter of course, right? And,

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and then you see in the calmness of epic abass almost, likewise, some very easy acceptance of the of the situation. All right. And so if you look at it by it's just looking at it reading it, like that cold, it does look very strange. But if you look deeper, and you look at the explanations of generation, then you'll find that actually it's full of benefit, what can we see from this, the first thing to learn, okay, is the response of our boss to the situation, okay, which shows us not only issues of patience, but shows us to understand things not from a very narrow point of view to be able to encompass and try to understand and appreciate possible conditions A man has come to have

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been above the island of the time and has said I have killed a woman. First of all, is it possible that abus allow a person who is a killer, just to go off like that, and this is very important in the books are fifth and we know that is not possible, okay, for an issue to be open. And you it was all it was said openly, because any of the other Sahaba was there, and there would be more likely other people who were there and they saw and witnessed this event that the man came and he said this and they and they he asked him that and he responded to him like this. And so it was said something

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This, this openness suggests, and it supports the opinion that actually that when he had done this, the Olia the family, the family of the murdered woman, they would have sought the blood money for, for her. And he would have given that he would have given that you do not have any doubts about it, because if he hadn't, it's not possible that this man would have just come and just said like that, or not had the head had the prescribed punishment applied to him of death for killing someone, okay, but the openness of the, of the scenario, the, the, the, the, the, the, the, the, the obvious meaning of the Hattie's show, that actually, this is not an issue of sitter, not an issue of when I

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say a sitter, any secret, because keeping things hidden, rather, because some people could argue that the professor leisel would do that, okay, we have had incidences when the but when people would come up to the province of Salem and confess about a sin, that they had done a major sin, that they knew that they would have to be killed for but the purpose of life seldom would say, Go away, I'm not listening, I don't want to know why because he didn't want to apply the head because as the relevant have agreed upon that when there is when the Sultan when the leader when an issue is risen to the leader and the leader leader becomes aware that a crime has occurred, then the HUD punishment

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has to be established, it has to be established, because it's the house of Allah, this is the rights of Allah subhanaw taala Okay, that it has to be adults with is not for any man to waive the rights of Allah and Allah has said that a person who takes a life then his life has to be then obviously, then forfeited, he would have to be killed if he has merged with another person. So we know that and you should be confident that this person despite the the kind of relaxed, you know, lackadaisical nature of the heady, the this man has, in fact, paid his way out and we know that's an option and look at the look at the the way that even abus has automatically accepted this and then and then

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dealing with the other aspect of the crime because one aspect of the crime has been dealt with right which is the rights of the people the family okay? They have the the ability to make Masada had to be for you know, to forego the crime and take blood money for it, which is something which the Quran Of course encourages not not yet and this is really important because many many people say that Islam is all about any killing and if you if you look at the punishment system, the discipline system about Islam, concerning Islam, what's more well known amongst the people and the general public is that we cut off the hand and that we kill the the the the the murderer, and that we stone

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the adulterer, isn't it, these are the the the the the catchphrases or the the

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you know, the kind of slogans which are, you know, branded about, this is what we're known for. But an actual fact is the exact opposite. Our Deen is always about forgiving, making repentance, people being patient, people taking money, people, you only allowing another person to, to be let off the hook. It's always promoting that, yeah, the option is there for the person to be killed. The option is there for the HUD to be established. But it's always encouraging other people to Yani, let him have forgive him, take the money or don't even take the money. Just forgive him, show yourself to be the better person, the higher person shoulder, the higher road. This is what the dean is always

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promoting. And this Hadeeth is also a promotion, the way that this person is dealt with this head, he shows that every killer, okay, and he's a killer, isn't he? despite him coming now to us, he's still a killer, isn't he? He's killed someone, but the killers are not the same. Killer people who kill are not all the same. Not everyone is a psychopathic person who loves blood and is a really evil person. Here we can see this is a person who has killed but he has done it out of you know what he felt aggrieved at that time and that can be justified Of course, he is a murderer. I mean, okay. And here, he says to you know, this is another point, jealousy, this is what happened you got very

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jealous miskeen I mentioned what happens to he tries to he is the one that he loves all his life. And he goes to her that you know, marry me And not only that, she turned him down, but the next person who comes she says I'll marry you instead. So, and he mentioned the, the the the situation not to justify but this is the the problem here the guy is very very hurt right. And and and we know that jealousy of course is something which is although not recommended to to have and to control it is very good at something which is permissible. It's an emotion that genuine candiani suppressed. This is very important to understand. We know that a Shara de la on her. She was the unfortunately

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for us. Then we have

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To keep using her name as an example, but she is the most famous example of someone who is jealous. She was jealous of her teacher at 11. Her very well known in the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and why and Muslims, so many versions and iterations of the Hadith, the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim II, Shara della Anna, always jealous of that lady that the prophets Eliza lamp loved more than anyone loved more than anyone, you know, Subhan Allah, ne This is the The, the, and how do we know even 100 Ghana in his discussion of this Hadees how he said how do we know that the promise of lies and other than the obvious statements, that he loved her so much that he he was so fond of her is

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that the the continuous mentioning of her name, you know, and so if you see people keep mentioning someone, then you know, let that be an indication to you what's going on. Because when someone keeps mentioning someone talking about them all the time, they know that something is very special there, huh. If some of your mates I started talking about a few things, then you know, because even had your say this is a sign of someone whose love is now taking over his senses. And you know that the progress of lies lm had good reason to love Heidi just so much the first person from the very, very first people believed to believe in Him, to support him to comfort him to protect him at his immense

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time of weakness, the mother of his children, and these children, he gave us a little bait and he gave us the family of the purpose of life and limb, the mother of Fatima. Okay, and consume and any this with this. She has a macom that no wonder that the other wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was so jealous about that, despite his love for them. She was his favorite. And we know that the the this this favoritism per se is not permissible when you treat someone in a favorable way. Okay, when you when, for example, we know that when you're married to more than one wife, and you start to treat them differently, this is haram. But if you love one more than the other, because this is just

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the way then Allah subhanaw taala law you can do full on us and he loves her. He doesn't burden us all more than it can bear. And he definitely hasn't burden the hearts more than what they can bear. And if they love someone more than the other, what can the heart do? What can the hearts do? So I Shara jela, and her well known that she was jealous of this in the best way he not see any meaning harmful. That's another clarification, which is important to be jealous is of different types, okay, to be jealous of someone, you know, to really admire them and wish that he was like them in that in that aspect or that that idea or that quality or that super characteristic. This is what we're

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talking about. But when you start to say that, I wish that they lost it or I wish that this would happen to them or that would happen to her, this is head on. And this is when some when it really takes

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control and then it leads you to the head on as it did this person. So what was a natural love and a good love and honest love you see no woman that he loves beautiful woman Loves a Woman. And you know, he went out the the the right way. And he was rejected. And instead of taking the rejection, he lost it and he killed her. Okay, this is Danny what happens when the jealousy loses control or when you cannot control your emotions as much as as as you as you should. So the another indication, of course, that it shows is that how important how important marriage is, and how deadly the relationship between man and woman can be, even when it's not even being developed. That's why Islam

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as we know, is so specific in trying to cut off all the paths to increasing interaction between men and women, because often, often, this kind of reaction would happen if someone was married, right? Okay, and you see your wife do something like that, then that is the obvious scenario where you kill someone who got involved with your wife, for example. But here's a situation where they're not even engaged. They're not even about to get married, they're, you know, he's just looking to get married to her. And you can see that even at this stage, so low down in the relationship scale, the love can be so strong, that it causes another person to become so jealous that he kills because of it. Okay,

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but what's different in Islam, again, against popular opinion against popular the popular understanding of people is that Islam tries to understand this situation and tries to give the, the training to the heart to deal with it, and not to suddenly, you know, as we see in our society today, in our society today, these kind of draconian measures were the response to this reality, the reality of love, which the only Allah subhanaw taala has placed between the people, you know, this this, this

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feeling of affection between man and woman is something purely natural. Okay? And that's why when I lost pounds, Allah says in the Quran, woman, colloquially referred to as virgin. It has come later.

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When a lost power has created from you, amongst you partners, so that you may live to them or jalepeno commodity and what am I am placed between you and me this rock man is deep love. Individually Kayla is in a coma for qarun Jani in this in all of these The only things that you see and these emotions and these relationships that you see that are developing amongst you and around you, you see in these in these new signs in these kind of rulings and these principles and these concepts are a sign for people who think deeply who think deeply not just react with emotion and

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rule in silly ways and so on, but look at this situation and think about it and try to develop policy and to develop strategy for the society in the community to deal with these issues in a proper way. So, we see that once it goes out to control this is what happens of the lion abus he is approached he This is the man poses scenario to him. And so he deals with it in a way where he understands that the most serious of crimes are killing someone and it is a serious crime. In fact, it is narrated from even above in his earlier days, okay, and many many have Sahaba that even other than shirk being the sin that has no forgiveness that leads to a person being in the fire forever.

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Likewise, killing a person is like that, but this narration proves that it's only the the, the action of shirk, that leaves a person into the Hellfire forever with no forgiveness, okay, whereas for killing a person, if one is able to to repay the DIA to give the DIA and then seek Toba and is still far, and we'll come to that in the next session, cuz we don't have much time now to to deal with Tobin is still far, which is the key element to this heady, then we know that there is forgiveness available for this for this action. And that's why I've never even entertain this person. Because if it wasn't the case that there would be no entertaining telling him now that you

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make Toba and so on and so on, because you can't make Toba from a sin, which is impossible to so he did. And he told him that this is how I What was it? And we end with this because of the time? What did he say? He said, Is your mother alive? Because and when we find out afterwards? Why did he ask that question? Because he said that I do not know any good actions or anything as good as being good to your mother, ie he's talking about is making a constructive plan. And this is what we're gonna look at in detail in the next session, a constructive plan, a plan of action for this person to get himself out of the problem that he is and that's the mark of a key of A scholar, the mark of a

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scholar to tell people where this is headed Mrs. Heller but he's there to give solutions to the people to bring ease to the community and society is there to be a light for them and arama for them, and not someone who just tells them this is right, this is wrong. Well and inshallah we'll deal with the rest of this heading in the next session, or about a couple of people so panic alarm will become the shadow Allah, Allah, Allah and West Africa. lahoma What a tool we like.