Where Did The Word Ummah Derive From

Bilal Assad


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June 12, 2016

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Do you remember the state of Islam could not flourish until

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the enmity

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between the Muslims and made them brothers and sisters, a cold or hot in Medina, and then he named this a very special name, you are an ummah. For the first time someone a nation has been called Alma, do you know where Alma is derived from my brothers and sisters? In Arabic, the terminology

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is not there is a word before just before it's called home. You will know what home means right? Mother, but the word home is even derived from another word before it.

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And means beta Heron, which means when you make a center of attention or an objective before yourself, and when the mother gives birth to its child, to her child, all the center of attention is on the mother right?

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And when the child is born, the child the baby is looking forward to mother. The whole world stops because the mother has given birth so she was called EU.

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And EU my brothers and sisters were called by the prophet SAW Selim oma Amato Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it means that you might as well be from one mother.

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We are like truly like from one another. And so we should treat each other as such.

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The promise of sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went on advising more advice. He says to the men, look after your women,

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care for your women do not oppress your women.

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Be dutiful towards them. And you will know the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so you can hire

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the best among your men is the one best to his wife, and I am the best among you to my wife.

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Why is the resource I'm giving these strict advices in his last sermon, yet today, we find many Muslims not taking them as a very serious matter.

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Because after being one oma and adhering as one unity,

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he knows that our generations and our children and our own generation after generation cannot flourish cannot be leaders without looking after the most important educational institution that exists for them. And she is the mother for speech, she spends most of the time with them. And so Panama between you and I, I find that my daughter and son, my children, they learn from their mother quicker than what they learned from me. I think you can agree with me. There's something about the voice of the mother. She says a few words, and they've memorized it, Michelle, there's something about them.

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And men complain that women talk a lot is that not right?

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When they talk a lot, it's because they give a lot of detail explanation to children who also talked a lot. This is a positive thing you should not look at as a negative thing. carosa Selim took so much importance about caring and nurturing this mother

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for Allah subhanho wa Taala created her from you and she is an mF. When I look credit from the rip of Adam alayhis salam,

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Adam alayhis salam became incomplete

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and he finds his completeness with his wife and his wife finds a complete list with a husband. We found out a couple of find out complaints with our mothers with our daughters with our sisters and they find a completeness with their fathers brothers songs.

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If we don't do that, then we can never prosper as a comma at all.