Ahmad Saleem – The Universe with Muhammad #4 The Wild Camel P1

Ahmad Saleem
AI: Summary © The title of Islam is a term used to describe animals and humans, including animals like humans and plants. It is also a title of Islam, which is important to the title of Islam. The creature calledics is dangerous and can damage people, using force to run away from humans. The importance of learning from and sharing the story online is emphasized, along with a new lesson designed to teach the story to be more meaningful to people. The speaker also discusses a coworker's experience with a particular culture and how it has been beneficial in shaping their behavior.
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Welcome to loci to Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah yo, bad rubbish rally Saturday we SLE MDR Hello look, the Tamil assignee of the holy Robin has it in Ireland manjar Kareem. Welcome back to another episode of the universe with Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In this this series, what we're going through are examples from the life of Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, in which he has interacted with other than human beings, the entire universe. That is why it is what allah sallallahu wasallam Allah subhanaw taala describes him, Rama to the delight, I mean that he was the mercy for entire world, entire universe. So we are going through different examples,

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the previous two examples that we had worked or talked about, we're inanimate objects, things that don't have life, they're not supposed to speak, they're not supposed to feel yet, miraculously through the energies of Allah subhanaw taala. And this is the merger of our NaVi Kareem SallAllahu, alayhi wasallam, that Allah subhanaw taala granted the mountain the ability to move and the pebbled ability to speak. And now we move to the next category, which is the category of animals. So we talked about also we talked about plants, and we talked about the category of plants, which was that you know, we talked about that tree that cried, and then it asked to Rasulullah sallallahu sallam,

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rasool Allah gave him the choice. Would you like to be in my company in Jannah? Or would you like to be an everlasting tree as long as the dunya lasts in this world? And the tree chose to be the companion of an abuse of Allah, how do you sell them? Today, we're talking about a story of an animal, the Sahaba at the time of in the time of Medina, when rasool Allah had migrated, it was a cost, it was a custom for them, that you know, for the farm work, and all the date prom trees that they were growing, they would use, they would use camels to fetch water, they would use camels to pull logs, they would use camels to, to, you know, they would laden them with with dates and take

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them to the markets. So one of these times, there was this one camel, and this camel had been serving the master and the owner of that garden, it was a very, very strong camel, every single need of that gardener that Sahabi was being met by this camel. So whether it was traveling, whether it was taking the dates to a city in the market, bringing stuff back, literally the entire sustenance of this, this person, the sahabi was dependent on the camel.

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And one day, the camel decided that it is no longer going to be obedient, it's no longer going to listen. It is no longer going to listen to the master. And you usually say hi, Gemma that you know the German heritage, this German is about to attack you. And for those of you that you know, have seen some stuff like that, you know if you've lived in the Middle East that camels are pretty vicious animals, if they come to attack you, you can do anything about it. I mean, there's a video of this, this person who you know, pokes the camel, he's about to slaughter the camel. The camel decides to pick that person up with literally the jaws like the mouth. The camel grabs the person

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from the shoulder blade here and the traps the trap muscles and lifts the person and throws him on the other side. And it's a video that's available online, right? So they're really powerful. So when the camel comes to that state, where it is not able to withstand the pressure, the camel loses it. And that's exactly what happened. So the people from around the city around Medina, different gardens different you know, you know, farms, they all came to support the sahabi and they said let's help this person. So people were trying to enter the garden and the camel would attack anybody that would come into the vicinity of this garden. So they had nothing left to do but to run to Rasulullah

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sallallahu sallam. So they ran through Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam in hopes that Rasul allah sallallahu Sallam would be able to fix the problem for them. So they go to Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam and they say Ya rasool Allah. Hi, Jemele our Jamel our camel has gone out of control. We are unable to contain him, help us help us.

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So at that moment, Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says take me to the camel. So as Rasul Allah is going to the camel and he comes to the garden he asks the Sahaba are this a hobby? Open the gate or II open you know whatever they were using to block the camel in, open it. I would want

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to go in the Sahaba they were really afraid of having some Allah Who do you send them are really afraid for Nabi SallAllahu Sallam and they said, Yeah rasool Allah, this camel might hurt you do not go inside we don't want you to get hurt. We really are concerned about you. And at that moment, Rasul Allah says Nene Durrani in sha Allah, this camel is not going to harm me in sha Allah. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he enters the garden and as soon as he enters the garden the camel it locks eyes with Nabi SallAllahu Sallam and it is headed towards Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam with this infinite speed and this anger and it is making the sound of Rola the sound and it

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is headed towards that assault allah sallallahu Sallam and as it gets closer

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and closer and closer to Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wasallam it starts calming down. Its toll neck starts humbling and coming down, it's agitated motion and the speed starts calming down. And slowly and slowly it comes to Rasul Allah, salAllahu alayhi wasallam. And as soon as it enters at that moment, it says, it looks as Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and it lowers his head to rasool Allah Azza wa sallam and starts using the tongue starts licking the feet of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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At that moment, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pets the camel. And there was a conversation that took place that nobody could understand. And then Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he tells the camel to go and the camel goes back and becomes absolutely normal as it nothing has happened. Nothing has taken place. It goes back to its normal routine. And Rasul Allah turns back to the sahaba. And he says, who is the master of this camel? For this camel, it complained to me that these are the master these people who own me, they feed me less. And they make me work a lot. And I am tired of working for them and they do not appreciate me.

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So when they hear that Rasul Allah, the camel has complained to Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, at that moment, they look at the Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and they say Ya rasool Allah, for your sake, we will free the camel and the camel was freed, and it would walk and roam in the streets of Medina, knowing that this camel was the camel that had, you know, was blessed by the intercession or the Shiva, Shiva have Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, this story has a lot of lessons for us. And those of you that are here, feel free to to post your message post your, your your your lessons, and do let us know where you're joining in from those of you that are online, let us know

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where you where you're listening in, from which city you're coming in from, because it gives us perspective, right? And then sometimes I can think of examples if that happens. But in any case, I really appreciate all of you that are here. And I just wanted to take up and you know, last time I didn't do this, but you know, I want to make this little bit more interactive. So the lessons part, if you want to type up the lessons, I will start going on I'll say one or two lessons, but I want you guys to start typing in, let me know what lesson do you get from the story? What is what is so special? What did you walk away with because sometimes your perspective, something you learn from

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your life is a lot more important for everybody else. And that lesson could change somebody's life. So one of the profound things that I found in this is that you know, I want to make it more relative to people. So imagine that a person is an imam in the masjid. Right? And how many times would it ever happen? That the Imam of the masjid would receive a call just because the car of the regular masala in the masjid broke down? Right? You don't think of calling your Imam but here they find that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was so connected to every little aspect of the Sahabas life that even in matters which Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam is not an expert off. That is not his body.

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Comer said I'm gonna have to live with cattle and well, he's not an expert off he is not not a person who's you know, supposed to be fixing a camel. Despite that, the connection that the Sahaba has had with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam that led them to run to him for help. And this is very powerful that when we Allah subhanaw taala grants us an ability and gives us this this position in which we are guiding and leading the Ummah or we are we have a small community that follows us being accessible to them is from one of the Sooners of

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going to be Sallalahu how to sell them

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now again those of you that are here please do let us know where are you logging in from which city are you joining in from. So we get to know that you know all the people that are you know traveling sometimes people are traveling but it's really nice to be able to see I can't see you guys but you know

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the second part of the story, the second lesson that we get and also do share your lessons in there so feel free to comment in lessons and I will read the lessons and I will you know, bring it up on the screen. So mashallah Zed j is from Toronto. I'm from Milton, Milton in other ways. So what's really interesting is you find another lesson over here for all of us to walk away from is that this is this is so powerful that even an animal recognizes the greatness of Nabi SallAllahu wasallam Dr. Eileen de veneration, the muhabba the MK bomb, right mashallah there is sister shot Chandi Sultana she is from Riyadh I used to live in Riyadh sister Marcia life was a beautiful city spent almost 10

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years over there Mashallah.

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So, you know, the, the animal recognizes the power of Nabi SallAllahu Sallam that you know not power but the greatness of Nabi SallAllahu Sallam and this is the mortgagees out that the minute the camel sees Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, it completely comes down.

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It completely comes down. And this is so powerful, right? If you think about it, that that it was able to recognize this is the nibio of Allah.

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Then the third part which was really powerful for me, was the fact that it actually spoke it actually spoke Subhan Allah, it spoke to Nabi SallAllahu Sallam and Rasul Allah understood the speech of this camel in sha Allah in our next video we are going to be covering this which is why they consider Mohamed Salah yoga to whomever How are you I hope you're doing well inshallah so in the next

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video we're going to be covering the camel and in this particular case the camel was was something so powerful that you know, you know the camel meet a certain sound and Sahabas they understood that sound let me just play this for you. So this you know this is a this is a sound that a camel makes

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and I don't know if you guys able to hear me please let me know if you guys are able to hear this I don't know if I've done the setting appropriately let me just see this mute screen audio

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and I don't know if I'm supposed to do this. Okay, I'm gonna play this let's see can you guys hear this Can you let me know if you're able to hear this

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are you guys able to hear the sounds that are coming

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anybody can tell him to you guys are hearing

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so so what you're seeing is a particular sound that the camel makes. This particular sound is called.

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This particular sound is called the law of a camel. And this you know the row of the camel if you were to look at it, it is it is a sound that the camel makes when it is happy when it is sad. And in the next video we're going to talk about this camel that came to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and they were about to slaughter this camel. So the camel ran from the master and came to Rasul allah sallallahu Sallam and started talking to him and then Rasul Allah listens to him. And this is a powerful story and then the camel makes dua. Like it's so profound, why they come sit down with Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh. So, so much Allah one lesson we have the lesson we need, that we need to

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be merciful to the extent that those around us are able to reach out and express themselves for help and support just as an outlet mashallah, this is really powerful, right? That that the support, right? Imagine if Rasul Allah is the guy, it's your camel going do whatever you want with a camel, I have no time for a camel. Like do whatever you want. The lesson is that you know, we have to be merciful to the extent that people are generous, they're connected and they want to reach out to us inshallah. Alright, I will see you guys all inshallah next week. Usually we do it every Wednesday, every Wednesday, around between 12 to 1210, usually at 12 o'clock, so Toronto time, I'll see you all

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in sha Allah next Wednesday, we're going to be covering the next story of the camel inshallah and then moving on to a gazelle and a lion and everything in sha Allah. Alright, so I can look at brighter BarakAllahu li comb everyone as salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi workato Do share the video with others so other people can benefit from this. let others know the message so that you know everybody can benefit from this cinematic camera.

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