Adnan Rajeh – Seerah Halaqah – Battle of Tabook #3

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and significance of "vanishing" during the Middle East conflict, citing studies and interviews. They stress the importance of hedges as a fundamental part of their culture and emphasize the need to protect one's safety and well-being.
AI: Transcript ©
00:00:00 --> 00:00:11

You recently Mubarak Allah and Allah you know, have you been Mohamed Anwar li he was so happy he had your manual but shortly or tonight we will continue from where we left off two weeks ago and the seal of the prophets of Allah Allah Azza wa sallam. And

00:00:13 --> 00:00:15

I think what'll end up happening is that tonight will

00:00:16 --> 00:00:55

conclude the Battle of taboo. And I'll talk about a little bit a few things I haven't talked about, actually in the previous year or runs here. That happened between taboo and between the final hedge or the the federal hedge of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, next week, we may end up having a special presentation, we may not depending on how quickly the guys work on preparing it, but it'll for sure, during the weeks of hedge like the weeks of the weeks that occur before the ledger, we will be just in this is just the taste of Allah subhanaw taala it's not I didn't plan this, that we'll talk about his Jonica salatu salam during the time of Hajj. So it'll just be nice to kind of

00:00:55 --> 00:01:05

do that and show the data and I can share with you like the the actual sermon, which I usually do anyways, but it'll just it just it's just aligning nicely. So what we'll try to plan it out that way. So

00:01:07 --> 00:01:17

where we had stopped or we saw where I was cut off, or we had to stop last time, was in the middle of the Battle of the story of God Ben Malik, the non poet the prophet Isaiah Sato sounds poet tomb

00:01:20 --> 00:01:27

was given was told by the prophet Allah usados. And after he was honest about the fact that he didn't have a good excuse for why he didn't follow them on that battle.

00:01:29 --> 00:01:59

Ended up being given a sentence of 50 days where no one would communicate with him and he wasn't alone. It was himself it was he rarely been Omiya and it was Marana ignore Robbie these are the three men who are all similar had the similar story where they went up to the Prophet it assigned to us only told the truth they said to me We don't have don't have an excuse to mustard Allah we just didn't we just didn't follow you like we didn't. I mean we can make something up but we're not going to we just we just didn't follow you. We have nothing we have nothing to do explain ourselves with the bravado salatu salam did not

00:02:00 --> 00:02:38

need compliment their honesty. This is very important. I talked about this last time. I'm going to drill this in one more time. He didn't compliment their honesty. Like you didn't applaud the fact that they were truthful. You didn't say Good for you. You're truthful. No none of that. He told them leave until Allah Subhanallah tells me what to do with you. Can I don't have a ruling yet? I don't have a ruling in my my hands. You were supposed to leave with us. You did not. That requires punishment. You're a part of this OMA Yes, I am Ella Sorolla. Alright, I asked everyone who has enough wealth to follow me to to book correct yes. Did you follow me? No. Did you have an excuse?

00:02:38 --> 00:02:58

No, then you're deserving of a punishment. But you're also Allah just like another 80 guys who had no excuse in the light, I don't care. They lie. That's their problem. They lied to me, Allah subhanaw taala will deal with them on the Day of Judgment. What are you scared of? What are you worried about? That they're not going to be punished on the day? That they're not gonna know, what are you worried about? I actually kept talks about this at the end of the Hadith, and I'll put it up for you inshallah.

00:02:59 --> 00:03:26

But otherwise, you, you basically didn't come when you were supposed to. So you're going to be punished. He did not applaud their honesty. You're not thank them for their honesty. You did not point out to everyone how amazing they were for being truthful. You don't deserve anything for being truthful. You just be honest and truthful. There is no other way to live life. I need you to listen to me very carefully. When I say these words, especially if you're young. There is no other way to live life except through honesty.

00:03:27 --> 00:03:35

Lying is not an option. You may think it's an option. It isn't. It may seem to you that's an option, that it's an option. It isn't.

00:03:36 --> 00:03:55

You may look at it and it may elude you somehow Sheetla may allude to that doing this as okay, it isn't. The only way to live a life that has any value to it, is by being honest and truthful. The only way everything else is heading on a fast bullet train to jahannam

00:03:56 --> 00:04:08

anything else any form of deceit and lying to yourself or others or to Allah subhanaw taala will lead you in Jahannam I cannot emphasize this point. This is the whole point of the story in the Quran.

00:04:09 --> 00:04:23

The whole point of this story in the Quran I'll put it I'll show it to you is that the after Allah saga tells the story of the three people, these three gentlemen who did not follow the Prophet alayhi salatu salam are the third that in the deen of holy foo, and tells us their story.

00:04:24 --> 00:04:34

Just to tell us at the end, that you need to be not only honest yourself, but standing by those who are honest and truthful. That is basically the moral of the story.

00:04:35 --> 00:04:59

The moral of the story was not tilba tilba is everywhere else within this surah this even though this acts what kind of God was Toba even though it kind of performed tilba But the moral of the story it wasn't dealt with because other parts of the surah talked about tow but this one was about honesty that you you have no there's nothing else. There is no other option. There is no other way. It never ends when you're standing there and someone asked you did you do that and you think

00:05:00 --> 00:05:20

I can say I can tell the truth or no, there's no or there is no or there isn't. There's only telling the truth, or you understand what I'm saying, there's no there isn't an or not, or is Chiplun just trying to draw for you something that doesn't exist. He's is Hooroo is eluding you to think that something exists when it doesn't.

00:05:22 --> 00:05:58

And obviously, there are a few exceptions to this rule that most of you here will not be, especially the younger people, you're not going to be. I mean, you're not in war, you're not married yet, and you're not doing a swap between people. So aside from those three exemptions, really, there's no exceptions to this rule. You tell you tell the truth, always, regardless of what the consequences may seem to you, or may actually be regardless of that, you always tell the truth, God or Allah who told the truth, and then he told the story. So long Hadith I have I have that up there. Just to show you, in general, how long the hadith is how many pages in it fair, I think I think it starts. So

00:05:58 --> 00:06:00

this is the first, Second.

00:06:01 --> 00:06:19

Third. Fourth, is how long the Hadith isn't suitable for of these pages. So long Hadith, definitely worth your time to read. Because he he's telling his story. He's telling what he went through what he felt, how difficult it was, because when he was told 50 days, don't speak to anyone, no one speaks to you. He's like, no problem.

00:06:20 --> 00:06:23

20 days into this, he almost lost his mind.

00:06:24 --> 00:06:31

30 days into it, he could not he didn't know what to do anymore. 40 days, he became floridly depressed, and he stopped leaving the house altogether,

00:06:32 --> 00:07:10

is very difficult. He did not. And the reason it was 50 days, because that's how long the Bible was was 50 days. The prophet Elijah took 20 days to get to devote 10 days they stayed 20 days to get back. That's kind of how it worked out. So for 50 days, you weren't with us, you should have been. You weren't. So for 50 days, you're not going to get us. You don't get to be with us for 50 days, even though you're with because you you you missed out on the difficult ones, you don't get these easy ones. And he thought it would be easy, and it wasn't very difficult. And I told you a few stories last time regarding them. Allah subhanaw taala gave him an interesting additional test in

00:07:10 --> 00:07:42

the middle of all this, as the person from Sham would come with him a letter from one of the kings of the north, saying that we've heard that your friend and what they mean by friend or Sahiba. They mean they meant the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam you need has has neglected you or has repelled you or or has ignored you come to us and we'll take care of you. And he didn't do it. Well, the Allahu Allah even though for a moment, most of you must have thought of it. He must have thought of showing that to people who didn't return his symptoms, or people who who said something negative about him, because they you think you I mean, but he didn't. He said to himself, this is a test from

00:07:42 --> 00:07:49

Allah subhanaw taala to see if my tilbyr If my repentance is truthful or not, if I am truthful about being truthful.

00:07:50 --> 00:08:21

Yeah, you have to be I know, you have to actually learn to be truthful, then you have to learn to be truthful. But being truthful, doesn't end there to actually, actually you like a multilayer that many concepts you have to be honest. And then you have to learn, to be honest about being honest, which is a whole other ballgame. So I'm just asking you to start with the first one. Just do the first one, please, if you can't do the first one, you're so far away from what Allah subhanaw taala has destined you to be that you don't understand what I'm saying. Just learn to be truthful. And then come ask me that later on. When you learn to do that really well. What do you mean by being

00:08:21 --> 00:08:36

truthful about being truthful? And then we'll talk about that. Because I was given this he was given this, this opportunity to go and be respected. He's a poet. He's a very famous folk poet. But the moment he was given the letter, he knew that it was a test so he burnt it. He burnt it and he stayed the way he is.

00:08:38 --> 00:08:52

And the dates kept on going down the rabbit alley aside to summon the 40th morning would tell him would send a message to all three telling them that you need not not only will Noah speak to you, but you're not even allowed to speak to your wives anymore.

00:08:54 --> 00:08:56

Now I like to speak to your to your wives and your homes.

00:08:58 --> 00:09:09

So God said okay, you also learn the story why I'm telling you this because he learned even Omiya the other way when he was an elderly gentleman. The prophet Isaiah says I'm told this to his wife,

00:09:10 --> 00:09:21

because he understood Allah. Oh ALLAH he a man Makka waka Anil Buka imune do unnecessary. akmola Heafy Allah said Allah talk to me. He has been crying for 40 days St.

00:09:23 --> 00:09:40

He's been doing nothing but crying for 40 days, just just at home when HE SOBS all day. Talk to me, you're be with me. He doesn't. He doesn't look at anybody. You just been sobbing for 40 days and 40 nights. The fact that he he stayed behind, or the Allahu Anhu mandala and

00:09:41 --> 00:09:59

the days will go on. And on the 1550s morning there's what they say in the cabin medic tells the 50s Morning opodo was the latest Sobha Allah Suk Feb 18 I pray for your on the roof of my house. Welcome to but internet 20 is the hub emsg DDM Allah ma

00:10:00 --> 00:10:13

lucky to meet Jeff Mattila Bob, and I stopped going to the masjid because I couldn't take it anymore that no one was giving sedans to me anymore. No one's even looking at me. It was like I, it was like I didn't exist. It was like I was invisible, just walking around. I wasn't there.

00:10:15 --> 00:10:44

But what I should do my feet and I'll do rasool Allah He said, Allah is Allah money. And the worst thing that ever happened to me was the fact that every time it came to the masjid, the prophet Allah, you saw someone look away from me. But Allah, Allah was like, the worst thing that ever happened to me in my life, every time it came to the message, I would look to see if maybe he would look at me or smile at me, he wouldn't look at me. So Allah, Allah, you saw them. And that was the most painful thing that ever occurred to me in my entire life. But I could not get him to just to look at me. But if I couldn't do it also later on him to know, Jambo Ely, then sometimes I'd go into

00:10:44 --> 00:10:48

the machine or pray, they would know I'm looking at when you pray, you have to look down, right?

00:10:49 --> 00:10:51

Right, Shabaab and you look down.

00:10:53 --> 00:11:20

When you pray, you look where you're supposed to perform your sujood. That's where you look. And you do that even when you're sitting. Or you can look at your hand or you're praying, you shouldn't be standing there, scanning the room. You shouldn't be scanning the room unless you're in war. If you're in war, let me know that I should know too. If you're not in war, then you shouldn't be scanning the room. If you're in war, you should in war, you're not allowed to look down or close your eyes, you're supposed to be looking ahead to make sure that you're not going to be ambushed. That's totally fine. But if we're safe, and you're not thinking that you're going to be murdered by

00:11:20 --> 00:11:48

anybody in your Salah, then you should be looking down and focused. So God would do that he's sending the message of the Prophet today. So he's looking down, and he's like, I know he's looking at me, I do salatu salam, why, because you can feel the bulk of his ASICs and Allah and sell them are touching him. You knew that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa salaam was too generous not that not to look at him at least once or twice, to give him the baraka of his ASICs on a licen him, but he would never He made sure that their eyes never met, because he was upset with him. Because God was better than that. He hears the point.

00:11:49 --> 00:12:22

God, is what I'm trying to explain to because you some of you are still thinking, what about what about them? We're not why did the people who came in life get nothing? Because they don't, they destined themselves to something that was useless or worthless, they destined themselves to that they didn't see themselves to be better than lying to the fact that the profit out of your site goes into his face. They didn't see themselves better than that. They never really cared about this thing to begin with. They were committed to it from the beginning. That's what they chose. But carob chose something different. God said, no, no, I'm better than this. God said, I'm with you. Yes, I am. I am

00:12:22 --> 00:12:56

aiming for Jana, I'm My ambition is to be with you yellow stood Allah. And I am totally committed to this. He is the one who committed himself to that. So when he fell short, the prophet Ali Asad Westerdam was disappointed. You're better than that, you know, you're better than that. And you, everyone knows that you're better than that, and you should have been better. And you need to think about what you've done so that you can be better again. So he did, but then when they never cared, and since they never cared, the Prophet alayhi salam didn't care. And Allah doesn't care you they're jealous at all Allah. When you decide that you don't care about him, he will care back about you,

00:12:56 --> 00:13:03

it's up to you. But if you care, he's going to hold it to what you cared about. And that may require some degree of discipline that may require some discipline.

00:13:05 --> 00:13:08

A parent that doesn't discipline this, their kid, don't love their kid.

00:13:10 --> 00:13:41

A parent that does not discipline their child, their children, they don't discipline their child, they don't love their children. We discipline our children because we love them. Because we think highly of them. Because we want them to achieve great things. We want them to be the best people they can be. And because we know that their potential is high, because we believe in them, we want them to believe themselves. We discipline them. Honestly, a parent that does this with your kids probably doesn't really care that much. Yeah, whatever. Do whatever you want. It doesn't matter to me. No, that's, that's not healthy anyways. It's not healthy. This when you discipline someone, you

00:13:41 --> 00:14:14

do it because you love them because you love them. It's not it's not it's not the opposite, because they love you, they discipline you. So God because he was loved because he loved Allah and His Prophet. And because Allah and His Prophet loved him back. When he made a mistake, you have to be disciplined. The more I fell in love no one but themselves. They didn't care. They lied to the Prophet Allah. Yes. Awesome. It's fine to want. You don't think much of yourself, I don't think much either. It's up to you. But if you do want to think much of yourself done, I'll take care of you. And that means both positive reinforcement is sometimes consequences. Sometimes Sometimes

00:14:14 --> 00:14:15


00:14:17 --> 00:14:20

Yeah, so capital the Allahu Anhu.

00:14:21 --> 00:14:45

He is talking about that 50s morning, he had prayed for sure on the roof of his house, because he couldn't, he couldn't stand it anymore. He's finding it too difficult to go to the masjid and just witnessed the Prophet alayhi salam, not looking at him and then also having giving sometimes to him very hard by the wing. If you're a part of a community and you actually love that community, or the community neglect you to ignore, he was very hard, very difficult, very difficult.

00:14:46 --> 00:14:56

What I'm saying right now may not actually resonate with a lot of people, because they're not a part of the community. They don't feel like they're part of it. So if no one speaks to them doesn't make a difference to their lives. That's a whole different problem.

00:14:57 --> 00:14:59

That's a whole different problem that we

00:15:00 --> 00:15:43

are okay with Muslims, Muslims, not to be a part of our community, and not to feel the value of being a part of our community. Yesterday I talked about incentivizing or incentivizing being Muslim, and I talked about it through the financial method. I was talking about it financially. But I don't think it should only be financially, for sure. Definitely, it shouldn't be only financially incentivizing being Muslim should be from every angle possible. It should be something that it may incentivize it socially, we incentivize it spiritually, we incentivize it personally, with recent advice in every way, meaning being Muslim. And being a part of the Muslim community should be

00:15:43 --> 00:16:12

something very attractive. Because once you become a part of this community, you're taken care of, on so many fronts, you're taken care of there's so many aspects of your personal well being and communal well being there's going to be looked at, and there's someone's going to be actually there for you. And the fact that that doesn't exist is actually a big, again, a big question mark. It tells me that we're not really a community yet. But we're still just a population, being a community would mean that the moment you enter this, become a part of this.

00:16:13 --> 00:16:44

You're always remembered. You're looked after you the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. If someone wasn't praying, you would go visit him the next day. Like if you are, if you missed most of it one day, you'd let it go, you missed it another day to come and knock on the door. Not to yell at you just see, are you okay? Is everything going well, and he tells us a hug when he got older, when you couldn't do that anymore. When the numbers are too big. A car that you saw, hey, welcome. But if I could do if your friend didn't show up a day or two, go, Look, go go see, don't ignore it. Don't act like it's normal. Go see what's going on. Go ask about and go see if he needs help this person

00:16:44 --> 00:16:57

maybe, maybe it's not actually help. Maybe they're just going through a low is going through a low, just having some bad news difficult times. Their heart is far away from where it needs to be. They're just struggling Islamically

00:16:59 --> 00:17:16

go knock on the door, help them out. Speak to them, bring them back. What's the point? What's the point of friendships? If that's not that's going to happen? What's the point of a community that's not going to be a part of the deal? Incentivizing being Muslim. You see, Cobb is one of the one of the gems of this story. I don't think God and maybe others really understood

00:17:17 --> 00:18:01

the value of being a part of that group. Until the Prophet it was taken away. When it was taken away suddenly for God, it became very clear that's why the verse in the Quran either Ibaka, tiny human herbal be Morocco, but Allah, Allah him and fusuma here's what the Quran describes what happened to them. Barkat, Allah, He will, Robert means and when suddenly the earth as wide and big as it is became so narrow for them. And when their own ribcage became very narrow, like they felt that they were suffocating. They were suffocating on Earth, even though Earth is huge. And they were suffocate suffocating on the inside. Even though all that is because they had no one to be around, is because

00:18:01 --> 00:18:06

they lost their friends. And they lost their status. And they lost their respect. And they lost their support and their aid.

00:18:07 --> 00:18:44

And the profit it is I taught them something. You want that? Yes, yeah. So I do want that they need to pay for it. You have to be with us. during the hard times, too. You can't just be in it for the good times. But it's all ease. And you just want the support. You want the support? Yes, you have to pay your dues. When we say we're leaving for a battle that we need to defend ourselves, get up and go with us. It's scary, it's difficult, but you get up. And then you benefit from the perks. There's always always someone looking out for you, you'll never actually starve because someone's gonna take care of you. If you get if your email becomes weak, someone will remember you. If you're struggling

00:18:44 --> 00:19:21

with it within your family, someone will Yeah, maybe we need to think about that, again. Maybe we need to organize a little bit better. So that's offered to our community members incentivizes being a practicing Muslim, and you bring people in again, and the Muslim ummah grows. Again, this goes to its normal to its actual numbers. This was actual numbers. I'm not even saying, you know, I'm not even talking about darwino. Just actual numbers mean the actual 30,000 Muslims that exist, just making sure that they're a part of something, just making sure that they're connected somehow, that they only only show up for aid, or maybe every second or third aid, that they're actually a part of

00:19:21 --> 00:19:41

the Muslim community. But you need to incentivize them. And this story, points that out very clearly, that God could not he didn't find a second another group that he could exist amongst. No. And he could. I'm not saying he couldn't, no, he could find another group of people. But they weren't as good as the group that he lost. That group that he had before way better.

00:19:43 --> 00:19:59

Much and every way better. So yeah, he could find another group of people to spend time with we're not getting who didn't listen to the whole thing or machine again, or Yahoo or whatever, whoever was there around him, but he didn't want to. He wanted this group because they offered him something. They took care of him. And I think that's something to think about.

00:20:00 --> 00:20:13

I think as most of you have to think about that, again, how do we make sure that our communities the way that we're set up, we're offering things to people actual services. So those who are a part of us actually benefit and want to be a part of this want to be a part of this Muslim Ummah.

00:20:15 --> 00:20:19

We're far away from that, but I think it's something worth thinking about. There's on that roof he's making his salah.

00:20:21 --> 00:21:05

And it was during that philosophy that Gibreel came to the prophets of Allah Allah Azza wa sallam with those verses now per tab Allahu Allah Nebby Well, Maha Janina well I'm sorry Latina teboho visa it Lucilla mean by the maca zeal Pulu boo for repayment home to metabo it him in now who will be him Roku for Rahim? Indeed, Allah subhanaw taala has granted Toba to the prophets of Allah Allah CIBJO salam to them Oh hygiene. People who came to me to enter the onslaught, all those who followed him during that difficult hour. That's how he describes it. Now what is the profit it you need to everyone needs Toba? Everyone needs Allah subhanaw taala to continuously grant them repentance? Or

00:21:05 --> 00:21:32

how else do you improve? The only way to improve is to acknowledge mistakes, point them out and then make the plan not to fall into them again and turn to Allah subhanaw taala asking for aid to help you do that. And that's what Toba is. Nobody's saying you grant me the ability not to make that mistake again. So I can be better so I can be better. I want to be better. I know I can be better. And that's what Toba is. So everyone is granted. Tell me about all times. We shouldn't be asking for it all times from Allah subhanaw taala He grants it on all times.

00:21:34 --> 00:22:20

And they said mean bad. And he did this after some of the hearts of of these people almost went astray after some people almost completely went astray. But they didn't embody America is he who very minimum after their hearts almost went astray, but did not go metabo even and then he guided them repentance again in hoobie Him are all for Rahim indeed your Lord regarding these people is extremely kind and extremely compassionate and merciful. And then he says, why the 13 D in a holy fool. And he granted repentance also upon the three that were not whom their issue was left for later holy for here does not mean who stayed back, even though that's an acceptable translation is

00:22:20 --> 00:22:41

an acceptable explanation and I've seen but really God points out in his Hadith that that's not what is meant by coldly for me they were left behind in terms of the what their sentence was going to be everyone else was forgiven. And those three were told your sentence will come later holy boy it was going to happen later. Why the third I did the Ladino holy with three people who their sentence came later sentences came later.

00:22:42 --> 00:23:04

And then he describes how to evolve but he he moved out of blue email to Hobart to Alacati him and flew home everything became nearly suffocating on Earth as white as it is something like a eating inside their own ribcage. Well then Allah manager Amin, Allah He in LA and they came to the conclusion that there is no way or nowhere to run away from Allah except to run back to Allah.

00:23:05 --> 00:23:38

You can't run away from him. You can only run back to him. Because wherever you're running, you're headed right to him. Subhana wa Tada. So you want to run this way? You're headed to Allah. Okay, they're not run that way. You're headed to Allah subhanaw taala. Like, what about this way? Yep. All roads, they all lead to Allah. Wherever you run, wherever you run, you're headed right towards Allah subhanaw taala. That's the reality of it. You just need to comprehend it. That's all. Just yet we have to come to the conclusion of it. You have to accept that or understand it. There's no way to there's no way for us. There's no way for us to go. We'd only go back to him.

00:23:39 --> 00:23:40


00:23:41 --> 00:23:47

just whenever you feel like you're far away, and you've done something wrong, just run right back to Allah subhanaw taala.

00:23:48 --> 00:23:50

Is he lying is running away.

00:23:52 --> 00:24:08

Lying is running away? Did you do it know? You're running away from the reality? You're running away from it? That reality? Meaning when you did it, you did it. You were asked you said no, you're running away from that reality that reality is nowhere to run away from that reality will haunt you.

00:24:09 --> 00:24:27

That reality is not going to change. This will come back and punish you later. So don't run away from it confronted. Yes, I did. I didn't. What does that entail? It entails the following comes consequences. Accept them, accept them, deal with it. Move on, grow and learn don't do it again.

00:24:29 --> 00:24:43

When you when Allah subhanaw says there's no way to run away from him but back to him. He's also teaching you there's no point but to be honest, because you're trying to run away from your mistakes or run away from your past to your problem by lying you don't go anywhere. You just end up coming back right to your mistake all over again.

00:24:45 --> 00:24:46

What goes around comes around

00:24:48 --> 00:25:00

to metabo Lee him Lea to and then Allah subhana granted them repentance so that they may actually repent appropriately. In Allah who had the word or Rahim indeed Allah is the One Who grants repentance so he's the most money

00:25:00 --> 00:25:00


00:25:01 --> 00:25:42

I'll tell you the next the third verse in a moment. These verses were revealed a subtle fissure. The Prophet it is taught to sound recited them and slotted visual to everyone heard them in new ways. So one person got on his horse and was galloping towards Cobbs home calling Jakob Jakob. And another person got on top of a roof, right beside the message of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and called upon cab Alucard for several cars. So to for him and for us, in the voice of the person who called was quicker than the person who was on the horseback like, Yeah, I heard it from the person there. Yeah. Oh, she had a Tabouleh who I think Oh, calm. Good news, Allah, Allah has granted you

00:25:42 --> 00:25:45

repentance. And the person. Now there's a

00:25:47 --> 00:25:54

this goes back this foray. So it goes back this far. It's an Arabic tradition. Never heard the word one before.

00:25:56 --> 00:26:03

If you're Arab, you've heard this word before. If you're not Arab, prepared to enjoy this little thing. So apparently, for some reason,

00:26:04 --> 00:26:25

for some reason, if, if I come and give you good news, you owe me a gift of some sort. All right. And I won't go anywhere until you give me what it's something. So I had to take something from you. Like if I come and give you good news, like, Hey, you, you passed my standard? I told you, you passed you didn't know before I told you did you know?

00:26:26 --> 00:27:00

Pay up something, I need something. And that's why whenever someone passes or graduates his friends are like, alright, whereas those other What do you mean? The what? Why do I need to feed you? You should feed Me No, no. autumns do it the opposite way. I like it. Actually, I don't want them mocking it. But actually like, because it's a concept of generosity. Instead of when something nice happens to you, we all come and do something nice. A second nice thing too, you know, something nice happened to you, then you go ahead out of gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala do something nice for everyone else. That's the idea. So people would would. And it's an incentive to make people give

00:27:00 --> 00:27:32

other people good news. It's an incentive to try and help people to offer other people good news. So it actually works in one way or another. But even if this is the culture, and it exists till this day, so they these two people were trying to tell camp so that they wouldn't be deserving of their award. So God said, I had the reward for the person who called upon me, but I didn't have anything for the person who came in on the horseback. So I ended up giving him my own border. So I went to the profile, so I'm just dressed and just just homies I don't didn't do that. They would never walk around the way I'm walking around. And they would always have a mama on their heads. It was just a

00:27:32 --> 00:27:48

custom. And there'll be a second piece of clothing on top. So he took he gave the piece of clothing that was on top of it. And he was nothing left because you only had to what he gave to this person and the person who was on the rooftop was deserting me. So he gave it to him too. And he went to the message of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, the whole thing.

00:27:49 --> 00:27:52

Again, oh, well, Monica Ilya tal has

00:27:53 --> 00:28:29

the first person who got up for me it is all in the Hadith by the way, I was told I had been Obaidullah Purcell, Lama Ali Baba Kenny, and he gave my students to me and he grant a wish me Baraka, the whole firm, Mr. Farmer in a year I don't really know how Jolina Illa who the only person with mahadji that actually got up and did that to me was was was Oh Allah, He monesi to khalifa I've never forgotten that. That gesture for him. And he's a wording in the Hadith. And the reason I'm saying it, because it just shows you something shows us sometimes it's a small act of kindness can go so far in another person's life.

00:28:31 --> 00:29:02

small acts of kindness that doesn't mean much to you. Like what is it? What did it take from Paul had to stand up and move on, I can show my given bug, nothing. God said I never forgot it. Every time I saw it on a homemade dog for him. Every time I had something, I sent a gift to him. Because at that moment, he just he just, he just made me feel welcome again. God hadn't felt hadn't felt welcome in the mystery. This is a really important story. I'm sorry, if I'm taking a long time. This journey is really important on so many levels. He hadn't felt welcome in the message of the Prophet alayhi salam for a long time. He didn't go anymore. This is really interesting, because a lot of

00:29:02 --> 00:29:36

people don't come to my session today because they don't feel welcome. Not because they have a 50 day sentence that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam gave them. If they do, then that's fine. If some people come to the masjid and they're not made to feel welcome. And because the Prophet gave them a 50 day sentence, don't speak to them fine. But otherwise, they should always feel welcome to God didn't feel welcome in the masjid because that was by design, you're not going to feel welcome for a while because you did something wrong. So now that that sentence is gone, but recognize that so he got up immediately and made him feel welcome. Maybe the others who haven't didn't think of it at the

00:29:36 --> 00:29:48

moment, not saying to those eyeballs because he didn't think about it. He did, and got really needed it. Like he really really needed it. He needed someone to make him feel welcome just one more just because he was he felt so ostracized and so isolated.

00:29:51 --> 00:30:00

When you're a part of a message, you've been a part of message for a long time and you're comfortable in it. This is what I asked you to do. Take a look around every once in a while and if you see a new face, take a moment and

00:30:00 --> 00:30:00

Go and welcome them.

00:30:02 --> 00:30:33

Just go get to know the person gives them, introduce yourself, ask them their name, where they live what they're doing, and get introduce them to a few people. That's how you make sure they come back again and again. They have to feel welcome in the place that they're in. And if they don't, they won't come back again. And if you do, if you don't care at all, that's one thing. If you now make it difficult people come to the masjid first time or second time, usually, usually they're not experts being in a massage, right? Because they're not here very often. They're not experts, they walk in, maybe they walk in with their shoes into the middle of the of the space, maybe they're not dressed

00:30:33 --> 00:30:53

in clothing that is appropriate. Maybe their genes have all these openings in them. Maybe they forget their phone on all three. So maybe the ringtone on their phone is Debka of some sort or some some some song that has a lot of you know, obscenity in it or something like that. They don't know maybe they walk in and they just don't look so good. But they came to the masjid.

00:30:54 --> 00:31:16

So if you're not going to make him feel welcome. If you're going to go out of your way to make them feel welcome, then do not make them feel unwelcome by pointing out all of their shortcomings all at once. Leave them alone. If you're not going to make them feel welcome. Leave them alone, because it's a problem for us to do the opposite. Well, it's a problem. This happens to me tell you this story is a silly story. But it's a really good one.

00:31:17 --> 00:31:21

I don't think it's real, but I think it's meaningful story. That was actually one of my she told me

00:31:22 --> 00:31:33

that's why I'm very comfortable telling it even though it may seem a little bit weird. So the story is the fall it's very simple when a young person, a young last person who says the story, a young lost man

00:31:34 --> 00:31:38

didn't know what to do. When they entered the Masjid. He said angemessen he walks into the Masjid.

00:31:39 --> 00:31:41

He's trying to Yanni

00:31:42 --> 00:32:22

makes blue. And he comes into the masjid. And he ends up trying to try to get get figured out, it's new to him so ends up knocking down and knocking down Quran from the shelf and it and the person at the magic company yells at him. And what is this? And what are you doing and you get away from it. So everyone's staring at him. So he leaves. He leaves he's still lost. So he ends up going to a coffee shop. He sits there. He asked for a shisha and a cup of coffee. During the seizure, he breaks it. He breaks it and the guy who owns the place is like no worries, I'll get you another one on the house. So from that day, where do you think he went every day? From that day on? Where do you think

00:32:22 --> 00:32:46

he spent every evening? Very simple, very simple, very simple. Wherever he felt welcome. Wherever he felt welcome. Wherever people were willing to oversee some of his misfortunes and shortcomings and mistakes and lack of of certainty or lack of whatever. It's wherever they were made. What are these places? What are they built for? What is the job of the people who are in it?

00:32:47 --> 00:33:20

Those questions are fundamental, and should be very clear to anyone in the masjid of what exactly our job is. This is not my kingdom or my house. This is the house of God, nearly a servant, someone who has granted the privilege of being a servant of the house of God to welcome His creation into it and to help them out and to offer them whatever services they require. That is it. And if you see yourself as anything else, aside from that, then you're in the wrong business. You shouldn't you you have not figured this out yet.

00:33:21 --> 00:33:29

Well haggadah immediately gave some terms to the cab cab says in Hadith inquiry it's in Buhari is going to live on till the end of time.

00:33:30 --> 00:34:11

I'll never forget it for Paula. Meaning I always is the positive image of Allah. Hi, my mind will live on the end of my life. I continue to love Allah for that one moment where he got up and gifted to me, the simplest Act, the most simple act, nothing. I'm pretty sure I didn't even know about it. I can I can swear by it. But I had no idea that God cared about this. Just not, did not hear this narration from Cobb. He was not how would he this is something that's a hobby narrated to his that his students had passed away years before he had no idea that he left such a beautiful impact in the heart of one of the Sahaba of the prophets, like Selim, not just the Prophet, so I said no, no, no.

00:34:12 --> 00:34:53

Let me tell you the beauty of our PA headed pa had did something beautiful to someone who Allah subhanaw taala had just granted Toba to, if you understand what that means. That is someone whose job is Mr. Job. You see the Prophet when God gives tons of thought he walked in, all he cared about is he's looking for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he wants to see the profit so I was I was looking at him. I was looking for his boyfriend about it too. But either way who who could shrimps some of my seldom I looked in his face was like the Sun Young guru in a move Testament he was me with a with a wide smile on his face. Yeah, Guru li Jakob. Absheron. Behavior radioman Malaika Moo

00:34:53 --> 00:34:54

and voila, that's komak

00:34:55 --> 00:34:59

Allahu Allah, aka that. Oh god. The good news. I'm going to give you

00:35:00 --> 00:35:15

For the best day of the best state that you have ever encountered from the day you were born. Today Allah has granted you repentance and he has accepted your repentance Jakob. Then he took carbon from Allah, how do you sign yourself?

00:35:16 --> 00:35:20

And I guess it was, God says it was it was the best day of my life.

00:35:22 --> 00:35:25

And he said, no one has had more baraka from being honest than me.

00:35:27 --> 00:36:07

No one has seen more Baraka in their life from being honest than me. What 50 days, yes, 50 days, I had to go 250 days. But then I have an ayah in the Quran that speaks of my repentance. And I have the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who told me that it was accepted for me and took me and hugged me, and made for me, and smiled in my face directly. It was only me. No one else that day got what he got from the prophets of Allah Allah. So of course, God, that was the best day of his life. It wouldn't have happened, had you not been honest. And you could say it wouldn't have happened had you not made a mistake. But let's be honest, we all make mistakes. There's no way around that we're all gonna

00:36:07 --> 00:36:28

make mistakes. God just the only differences God did the right thing. He just did the right thing. And he lived with the consequences. I wonder and it happened the same thing to Hillary Clinton in Marrara. The perfect ally in one direction actually went to him. He knows how he was. So he was he had actually became become so weak, he was old and he had not even been very weak so he couldn't move to the profile and went to his house. And

00:36:29 --> 00:36:38

now what's the third the third I had that I did not decide to use in that version. So like a terrible Allahu Allah and maybe even more hygienic than why the third after the Latina holy who had died

00:36:39 --> 00:36:42

when he finished subhanaw taala talking about that. He said, Yeah, you are loving

00:36:44 --> 00:36:54

it duckula worku Mao saw the teen or those who believe. Be mindful of Allah, and be with those who are honest.

00:36:55 --> 00:37:09

That's the verse in Surah Toba and be with those who are truthful and honest, always be honest. That was the moral of the story at the end, the moral of the story at the end, just make sure that you're always honest, make sure you never lie.

00:37:10 --> 00:37:11

And that's what God says.

00:37:12 --> 00:37:23

He says, At the end of the Hadith there, he points out he said, so no one saw more Baraka being honest than me and my three friends and my two friends God Marrara and healer.

00:37:24 --> 00:37:33

Because right after that, Allah subhanaw taala revealed in the Quran so you actually foreigner Billa he like whom he don't collaborate to me lay him they took one home

00:37:34 --> 00:37:36

one home in the home religious

00:37:38 --> 00:37:39

and then in another one

00:37:41 --> 00:38:15

up for a local meter the one home in terrible one home for in Hola Hola. Hola. And in a poem infested clean, the verses that were revealed after this Toba that they will come in they will swear to you, they will take oath to you we are a stralla saying We swear we had good reason. We swear we had a good excuse. We swear that we didn't we couldn't come with you know they're there and they're making these oaths so that you won't be upset with them, but they're lying. And Allah subhanaw taala did not accept their oath. And Allah subhanaw taala is not satisfied with them. And they are fast your team and they are religious, meaning they're filth

00:38:17 --> 00:38:57

bla bla bla, they are filthy. That's what they were called. Now. Now some people obviously came in gave their excuses, they were truthful. There are Sahaba who didn't go with the prophet Isaiah Salatu was run and they had good reason. And the Quran is not talking about them. It's talking about those who had no reason at all to be cool. Malhar if they accept it to be the accepted themselves, see, this item is very revealing in every aspect of what the story is telling us. Rather, we will be in your courtroom Alko they accepted themselves to be amongst those who stayed back. It's not about it's about what they say about their self image.

00:38:59 --> 00:39:35

There's so many other ways you could have described but they did subhanaw taala. But he said this Raju, hakuna Malhotra they were in a state of acceptance of being amongst those who stayed back, because that's how they saw themselves. They saw themselves to be amongst that group. They never they never held themselves to a higher standard. They never saw themselves to be anything better. And they never hoped for anything better. It was a psychological image problem that they had of themselves. They thought little of themselves. And because they did they stayed back when they were when they should have went on. They stayed back when the Prophet Allah is also asked when they

00:39:35 --> 00:39:37

called upon them that I need you with me.

00:39:38 --> 00:40:00

They stayed back because they didn't see themselves to be worthy of going with Somalia. So it was sometimes we defeat ourselves from the inside sometimes. So the job is very interesting, very psychologically revealing. Sometimes when we defeat defeat doesn't come from the outside sometimes sometimes the defeat comes from the inside. Isn't that what the Battle of the book is about? Was there a war and the Battle of did I say the word battle if the book was there

00:40:00 --> 00:40:25

A battle is no battle. Not one person dying, not one drop of blood, not one sword was removed from nothing. There was no battle, there was no army to fight, they got the table and they came back. It wasn't about the war. It wasn't about the battle was about the fight wasn't what the blood. It was about saying it Lucilla was about an hour of difficulty. When you were called upon, did you? Did you come through or did you not?

00:40:26 --> 00:40:31

That comes back to your self image. I think this story is very much worthy of our of our contemplation

00:40:32 --> 00:40:39

as the the story of of visit taboo. So before we move on to the last chapter of his life, said Allah Azza wa sallam.

00:40:41 --> 00:40:46

And I do this a lot. I never like to come to the end of this. So I always try to fill in stuff a little bit to make it longer.

00:40:48 --> 00:41:16

I hate coming to the end of it. So but there are a few things that actually occurred between the Battle of the book. And between the farewell hutch, where are we now? We're at the end of year nine in the year 10 of Angela, the profit out of your slot to some would pass away the third month of the 11th year of his EULA. So we're at that last year of his life and then there's three months after the afterwards. So when did taboo happen? Taboo happened at the end of year nine earlier 10 something around that something within that

00:41:18 --> 00:41:28

timeframe. So a few things happened within that year that I think is worthy, at least of just sharing with you. The first one was that word in Arabic those two words in Arabic Masjid Lila,

00:41:30 --> 00:41:46

so we're Lavina Taha Dumas genome, the Laura Bakula. waterfree upon BNL, meaning where it'll solder Lehman hora de la hora, Sula, hoomin puppet where they actually fun in our dinner in La husana Allahu Yasha. Do inner home naka de Boon Loretta comfy here.

00:41:48 --> 00:41:52

On the way back from to book, a very interesting story occurred.

00:41:53 --> 00:41:58

There was a man by the name of Abramova Rob, this man was a gentleman from Ohio Raj,

00:41:59 --> 00:42:24

who had learned a lot of religious thoughts and ideas from different sources, from different religions, a mix of the religions that existed in Arabia, He educated himself in religion, and he wanted to be a religious leader. And just before he actually achieved that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam walks into Medina, as the ultimate review as a prophet. So now his star has been

00:42:26 --> 00:42:57

turned out, turned off, similar to what happened to Abdullah and obey this rule. But from a political perspective, Abdullah bin Laden still wanted to be king. And that was taken away from him, the crown was literally removed from office and when the Prophet Allah you saw him walk into Medina, but this person who had hopes of being a religious leader, and of course, a corrupt religious leader, can actually make a lot of wealth and a lot of fame and a lot of status if the if the if the if they do it the way that they can, which is very unfortunate. And there's a lot of examples of that historically. So in the pro values, so Sam came, he couldn't find a spot for himself.

00:42:58 --> 00:43:31

So their integration is gold that he accepted Islam, and then he left Islam again. And then he left Medina altogether. And he went to Damascus, to Damascus. And he tried to get the Romans to prepare an army to come and remove the prophet and he failed. And then he on the day of Oh god, he's the guy who actually dug the hole of the profit out of the saucer and fell into. He did a lot of work. He tried to he tried to sabotage the profit, at least on his message many times. And then finally he figured out that he couldn't do it anymore. So he and he had some people who worked with him. So he said, Look, I'll declare Islam, build a masjid for us

00:43:32 --> 00:44:10

and get Muhammad to pray in it. So it has legitimacy. And then we can we can do our work from there. That was his plan. To they did, right besides Cuba. Cuba is on the outskirts of Medina. So close to Cuba, a couple of kilometers away, they built a masjid and they asked the Prophet Allah you saw some on his way to book to pray in it. He said, We can't do it on this way. Inshallah on the way back on the way back before he actually made it to the masjid. Would you be able to come with the verses that I was recited upon you? You would tell him well, Latina Taha who Miss G down the Laura and those who have established a masjid that is the law of the Lord Amis that is harmful. That was built

00:44:10 --> 00:44:32

with the intention of causing harm. Oh, this is a very important concept. I talked about this when you first opened this place, the first two weeks that we opened this place that I gave, that's what I talked about, I don't know if they're, I don't think they're recorded, right talks about it. But even massage, you'd have to have the right intention when you open them. Even Mr. Ajit have to have the right intention when you run them, or as they can be harmful.

00:44:34 --> 00:44:44

Or else they can go from being a house of God that is welcoming to all, and that is educating people appropriately about what Allah subhanaw taala wants them to learn, can turn into a place of harm,

00:44:45 --> 00:44:48

can have the wrong intention can be a place that needs to be removed or changed.

00:44:49 --> 00:44:59

It's in the Quran. This is not again, if this was a concept that scholars talked about a couple of 100 years later, I would not share it with you. But this is a Quranic concept when Medina teclado

00:45:00 --> 00:45:18

almost did only Laura, what was the intention of harming the Muslims? Well COFRA and to spread some form of disbelief, but there are three common banal meaning the intention was to cause division amongst. This is the one that I fear for. I don't think people start massaging today with the intention of harm. I really don't.

00:45:19 --> 00:45:26

It could be it could be there, but I don't I haven't seen it. I don't think that a lot of people actually start massage it with the intention of bringing forward disbelief.

00:45:27 --> 00:45:33

But I do think that some massages start with the intention of tuffrey come in and make meaning of division.

00:45:35 --> 00:45:37

I see that a lot. And I fear for that one.

00:45:39 --> 00:46:08

Because the OMA today is huge in comparison to what it was when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was running it, where he was at Have you sought to ascertain the only source of knowledge we didn't need to have enough. When I talk about things that I started the difference opinion on this issue of athlete and distributing on this issue of filth is because he's not here, either. His thought was something tells me exactly what we should say, or exactly what we should think. If you were here, none of that would be needed. We just sit and learn from him. It is thought to have some end of story, because he's not we have to interpret evidence we have to think we have to contemplate we

00:46:08 --> 00:46:12

have to go a lot of work is required. A lot of work is needed.

00:46:13 --> 00:46:33

So when you open a masjid, and the intention is to worsen the division between believers, that believers turn against each other, that believers don't have the ability to see the point of view of their fellow believers and their brothers and their sisters and it causes the OMA to be weaker.

00:46:35 --> 00:46:38

I think that's the problem. And I think that should be addressed.

00:46:39 --> 00:47:04

Then the fourth one was solder Lehman how Rob hola hola Sula, woman public and a place for all those who thought Allah and his prophet before to come and, and gather like a place for them to start gathering. So those are the three four reasons Allah Spano talked about this mistake being a problem. I don't know if we have all four, I am sure that we have the third, I know for sure that we have defeat mumbling meaning that some mistakes are open and the intention is to

00:47:06 --> 00:47:52

is to worsen the division. What a messenger is open with a specific ideological, ethnic, racial or theological background, and everything else is not as welcome as everyone else. Or unless you're going to be indoctrinated into this ideology, School of jurisprudence, School of creed, School of Theology School of, of spirituality, then you're not going to be welcomed into this place. I feel that to be very, very problematic, especially when we are an ummah of 2 billion people. We stretch over all seven continents. We are very diverse. We are very diverse in so many ways. Actually one of the most beautiful aspects of us is the diversity that Allah has granted us. I'm not saying that we

00:47:52 --> 00:48:06

have no there are no boundaries that no one with a state with sound mind would say that but we have to be very careful. He was told not to comfy he never pray in that Masjid. Never does we told him

00:48:08 --> 00:48:19

what I believe when in our ordinary person and they're gonna swear to you yeah, Rasul Allah, that we only built it for good intention that's not going to tell you what Allah who we should and Allah is Witness that they are liars.

00:48:20 --> 00:48:33

They are liars do not pray in it ever. MSG to Caesar Allah taco mean oh, well, yeah, woman. Taco Murphy. He Regina when you hit buena in a row, Allahu hibel Matahari in

00:48:34 --> 00:49:12

the message that was built the first day. Whether that's referring domestic Buddha or the message of the Prophet, it is something there's difference of opinion doesn't matter is more important. It is more deserving of you praying in it. Within that message, you find people who want to be purified, who want purification, what does go up the hara, who don't want to be a part of agendas and Ill intended biases and they don't want to be a part of that. They don't want to try and steer people in a direction that is specific to the way they see things and know they're in it for the sake of Allah and only for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah and Allah loves people like that.

00:49:14 --> 00:49:43

Long as alguna new Humala, the binary better people who will be him Allah and taka Akbar Pulu boom, Allahu Allah, human Hakeem, and they will continue, you need to try and reinvent these places. You'll always try to build something, a space that they can use to increase the Delta increase the division, but Allah subhanaw taala learn Takata perubahan but their hearts is in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala and he will punish them for it.

00:49:45 --> 00:49:46

We have to be careful

00:49:47 --> 00:50:00

when I first when he first started to dismiss you. I quoted that idea. And people thought that was insane. That's how you started a message. Yeah, I thought the message by saying our intention is not to be like that. Our intention is that in sha Allah we started messaging

00:50:00 --> 00:50:36

And there's in the end we're not seen as that in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala. That message that we begin is a message of higher is the message of Taqwa is the message. We are the people that want to be with bucketing. They want to purify themselves and be for the sake of Allah, not a message that is going to increase division, or increase Cofer or increase harm. No, I'm not saying that will bring benefits in that we have to do that. Because as long as there is a possibility that the fact that Allah subhanaw taala, in the Quran stated that there's a possibility that even a masjid can be harmful. Now we're stuck. We have to be careful, right? He didn't have to actually, if you think

00:50:36 --> 00:50:40

about this story, how many I've heard this story before, like in this in the detail that I explained.

00:50:43 --> 00:50:47

It honestly, how many have heard this story and the detail that explained to you, regarding it, put your hand up? Just I want to know

00:50:49 --> 00:51:12

what no one you've heard of, you've heard you've heard aspects of this story before. But why isn't it told very often because it's a little bit scary. Because there's a there's an aspect to because people want a massage and have to actually be made aware of it all the time. When you're on the Masjid. Your Masjid could easily be that if you are not careful. And if you don't have the right intention, if you don't do the right things with it.

00:51:13 --> 00:51:18

And I want to share that because that happened on the way back from taboo, the prophet Allah your son didn't pray in it, and the message was removed.

00:51:20 --> 00:51:24

The message was brought down and was turned back to what it was before and they weren't allowed to have that message.

00:51:25 --> 00:51:28

It's a very, very interesting topic to think about.

00:51:29 --> 00:51:32

At the year nine, the back there were a hedge occurred.

00:51:33 --> 00:51:35

It's interesting because the profit is on didn't go on the hedge

00:51:38 --> 00:51:43

because it wasn't fertile yet. Hedge was the last row can have other kinds of Islam to be made filled. The last one

00:51:45 --> 00:51:56

was made in the year 10. In the year nine it wasn't fuddled, yet. So how did they go for hedge? Because hedge wasn't made up by the prophets of Allah Allah more by Islam? No. exists from when?

00:51:58 --> 00:52:42

No way before? No, no way. Adam hedge began from Adam money history. Adam started put the Kaaba and Adam did the first hedge and so did know that all the prophets that we know have tried to make hedge or made hedge and as far as you know, no has no no one has actually built buried somewhere in the outskirts of Mecca. And Ibrahim Ali Instagram rebuilt the Kaaba with yellow follow Ibrahim will power either you know the bat rebuilt the the basics of the of the house after it was lost for a period of time. You didn't build it from knowing that in no way debating will the it Nursey lady be bacchetta Mobile the first house of God that ever existed was the one in Bucha Ibrahim Ibrahim built

00:52:42 --> 00:53:21

the first house and what was the what were the profits for it brain doing? Like what was demonetised and and built it had just existed from that time and yes, the ARB performed hedge every year, every single year. Why? Because he brought him on as the Nursey Bill *, he revived it. Yeah, to Khadija and Coolio by meeting Dean I mean, Califa gene, I mean, so people started to come for it. And of course, the ritual itself got lost, and then should enter enter the ritual. And then it became a whole it became just it gave me something different. But the concept itself was still there. The value slot was I'm didn't perform it the year nine because it wasn't a funnel yet. And because still

00:53:21 --> 00:53:57

people were performing hygiene a way that was inappropriate. People were still going from the laugh and they weren't fully dressed people by the way, when performed off almost fully naked. And that was part of shitcan Of course, you as humans are whenever there's a possibility to manipulate things, you always sexualize it somehow to make it more profitable. And of course that wasn't acceptable. When when the robot Elisa was told that hedge was fuddled. The habit of beginning of year 10 And all of the news that came with that, so we sent the in the vehicle the Allahu Anhu as the Emir of that Moke of of Hajj. So that trip of hedge was made in year nine and Abubakar was the

00:53:57 --> 00:54:25

one who led it, and he took a lot of Sahaba the autumn, and he taught them some of the changes, like some some of the things that the Prophet AlHassan knew he taught obrigado Bucher went and taught the ARB a little bit of how hydro is going to work meaning he was the maybe be merely the total here and then our office standing on Arafa. So we kind of visited all those pieces that Ibrahim Ali Salam had actually taught or Ibrahim oh come or stem from the experience of Ibrahim Ali Salam and that was the highest that was done in year nine.

00:54:26 --> 00:54:35

And the Prophet Allah is awesome actually sent I need your thought him to overcome during hydro tell him to come back quickly, because the four month ultimatum had been met.

00:54:36 --> 00:55:00

Remember, I talked to you about this a couple of Halaqaat before where Allah subhanaw taala gave the machete Keane who lived around the Prophet and ultimatum of four months, because of the number of betrayals that occurred over 26 times the Muslims were betrayed. They were given four months. Let's see open audibly Autobytel show that four months after four months you leave, or you accept the faith either

00:55:00 --> 00:55:05

Islam or something else, but you have to have a law, you cannot continue to exist the way you are, you have to leave this land or or join the group.

00:55:07 --> 00:55:42

So, those four months came to at that point. So he sent the obika. And when you're done, come back right away. So the nice little piece of why I'm telling you this piece of the story, because I didn't even thought I came to America during Hajj on a horse. So Ibaka his first question was the following Friday, I need an Elan more. Are you here to bleed? Or are you here to be led? Luckily, if you're here to lead, so I stepped down and you take the leadership of this. I mean, I mean, if the prophet sent you to lead us, then you can lead us, if not more. And this was the this was the beauty of the relationship that these four, the highest Sahaba had amongst each other, even those who

00:55:42 --> 00:56:15

fought leader, even those who disagreed on certain things politically, and had go went to war for it, they still held a certain degree of respect and love for one another that is documented even in the books of history that try not to document it, because they had that degree of respect for one another. So clearly, I need more. No, I'm here as a servant, not as a leader. And he told me over and over the Allahu anhu, the what the prophets of Allah, he said, and he performed he would overcome and overcome the hotbar on the day of Allah and that they have now and he taught people, the basic monastic that the revival, we brought him and then he came back to America. And obviously,

00:56:15 --> 00:56:24

when the property is started, some of the year 10. I noticed this, he's going for hydro, imagine what's going to happen. Imagine if you're alive with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and you hear that he's going for a hike, what's going to happen?

00:56:26 --> 00:56:36

Right, there's no no Muslim alive is not going to be in that group. And that's why he ended that's exactly what happened. When he said when he made his intentions clear, he's going for Hajj, and he made it clear very early on.

00:56:37 --> 00:56:46

Every Muslim in Arabia, made the intention to go to Hajj and that's why on the day of Hijazi, we'll talk about in Shaolin a few weeks 100,000 People will be there.

00:56:47 --> 00:56:51

The highest number he's had so far is 12,000, maybe 13,000 For any given

00:56:53 --> 00:57:09

battlers. But on the day of hedge, his farewell hedge 100,000 people because everyone was Muslim. They didn't want to miss hedge with the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam. I mean, what more could you hope for and attend Hajj with him so Allah is

00:57:10 --> 00:57:40

what also happened during this time, you know, the prophet Allah your sauce and began to send people to educate the new founded Muslim groups within within Arabia. So he will send people to teach the difference. And the probably the most famous people are messengers whom He sent, where I saved them, or I've been given and saved them, almost Abu Musa Ashari. And he sent both of them to Yemen, as coal teachers and CO judges. And the beautiful part of this is that Abu Musa is an older gentleman, and while there's much younger,

00:57:41 --> 00:58:20

and while he was mentored by Abu Musa for the majority of this trip, but almost it was too old to do a lot of the teaching and the judging. So I did most of the work. But he was like that sift that was that piece of wisdom that existed behind want to continue to coach him. And the nice thing is that we have a few narrations of the prophet Isaiah sought to say I'm sending more Earth, telling him what do you do? If you have a question either I said Camus Ella tune Ya Rasulullah Rasulillah Mata SNA O Messenger of the messenger who's calling mine if an issue comes to you, what do you do taka own Guru Iraq Neha FICKY tabula I go and look to see what is the ruling that Allah Subhan Allah has

00:58:20 --> 00:58:56

in his book fight for inland turgid, he kita Binda if you don't find in the book of Allah, but only to a female son out Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and go and see what did his messenger SallAllahu Sallam do call a veil limitation Kala is dead and then if I don't i If you don't find there then I will perform this Jihad meaning I will draw parallels I will I will look I'll find a way to draw a parallel from whatever nucleus for example from from the information I've got so I said a minute or so that it hit me I don't understand the chest as as I formation and Hamdulillah he already had a Rasulullah rasool Allah rasool Allah, All Praise be to Allah that He Allah guided the messenger of

00:58:56 --> 00:59:04

the messenger to that which pre pleases His messenger. And then he said this, this hadith collected by Muhammad with an authentic tomb narration

00:59:05 --> 00:59:06

Okay, I'll say this and he goes, good, good.

00:59:08 --> 00:59:11

We have a cold I forgot. He told him this. God, I am one

00:59:13 --> 00:59:15

laka Lakha in Otter

00:59:16 --> 00:59:27

and Tamara beam SGD had our covery alerted you Danny. There's a good possibility that you come back from live and you when you come back, you come back my message in my grave.

00:59:28 --> 00:59:41

You don't find me. But for Becca and Sasha, Tasha and when I began to saw he put his hand like this and he started to cry. Because he wouldn't say it sort of lifestyle limit that wasn't gonna be the case. And Takayama I said key Don't cry, don't cry.

00:59:43 --> 00:59:46

But he said this, Ella in obesity

00:59:47 --> 01:00:00

has their own and no home Hola nicb. My relatives seem to feel that they are the ones who deserve me the most. Allah in olan CB la Tartine you

01:00:00 --> 01:00:16

Then Colonel heighth who can, indeed those who deserve to be with the most, or the pious, whoever they may be, and wherever they may be, because my dad wasn't from his family sort of nice I said why I've as I'm sorry he was not from Quraysh it wasn't a family member

01:00:17 --> 01:00:38

all of us for her and why they might calm down because he was he also understood that the prophet Ali Hassan was telling him Don't worry, you continue to do this and you'll be with me even though even though we're not we're not family so Allah Allah salAllahu Salam on with that inshallah darlin because we're gonna get the good and then next week inshallah we continue with the the rest of the stories and Swagelok hunting to Allah Allah Allah and historically with to Lake wa sallahu wa salam ala Nabina ma

Share Page

Related Episodes