He Called Him Son Of A Black Woman Story
Channel: Bilal Dannoun
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The Sahaba the loved one who were amazing people, we really should learn more about what Sahaba learn about their lives.
There are some very beautiful stories and I recommend the two books, stories of the companions, to books of stories that are, I recommend that you get your children to read. And you yourself read, they're they're very, they're very well written, very beautiful language. Beautiful stories about the Sahaba. The Sahaba love their loved one whom?
as one of the scholars He said, The Sherpa who became inland takuna Muslim, that mimic them,
be like them, even if you are not like them. For when you mimic those who are noble, those who are good people.
This is a noble, a noble act, a noble thing to do.
So and hamdulillah
so many of the stories of the Sahaba humble you, they make you more humble. Read about the Sahaba.
Recently, I was reminded about the story between
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VLAN urban robber and Abu Dhabi to Sahabi. Just like a locker, and
in the story of villain in the story of villain, and abuser one day villain and Abu Dhabi they had a dispute. It happens. We all have a fallout dispute. We don't see eye to eye, it could be something that happens between you and your wife, you and your friend, you and your employer or employee. So abuser.
And Bilal had a fallout. Now, you know, Bill Alexandra is habashi. He's from Abyssinia,
And Abu Dhabi, he says to Abu that he says to be land in a state of anger and rage. He said to him, yeah, yeah, it was so that he had been so that Oh, son of a black woman, a son of a black woman.
You can just imagine how, how hurt Billund would have been.
So bln are the one who
he went and he complained to none other than Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam complained to the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he admonished about that. And he said to him, you have
you have traits of Jay Hillier.
What you have done is an act of Jay Haley. And now Jay Z is the times of ignorance, the pre ceramic period of ignorance.
Islam came to remove all of this.
So above that, of that of the a loved one who Allah He went away, weeping.
His eyes are full of teas. He goes to who goes back to the land
doesn't they didn't they never had pride, arrogance.
So he goes to Milan and he puts his cheek on the on the earth.
And he says to him, I want you to step on my cheek.
You know, I spoke to you in that way.
And this was not befitting of me to speak to you in that way.
I want you to step on my cheek, you know, like an eye for an eye.
So Bilal our loved one who,
who was who had manners instilled by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent to perfect good moral character in the map where it's too late to tell me man, McCarran one o'clock that I have been sent to perfect, good moral character.
So bill says to about the the best stand up.
So he made him stand up.
And instead, Bilal kissed his cheek
bill and kissed his cheek, and he hugged him, and they cried together. This is the Brotherhood that Islam teaches us. Slim teaches us that there is no difference between a white man and a black man.
An Arab or a non Arab.
So, Allah subhanho wa Taala he created created us shroob. Kaaba.
He created us in as, as tribes and nations to get to know one another, not to fight one another.
So, we have many examples of this. This is why I recommend strongly for your children
to be introduced to the Sahaba to have a Sahabi that is their mentor that they look up to.
So, it's very, very important to be learning about the stories of this habit, some brilliant books out there, that are written about the Sahaba.
So, get your children to read these type of books not these books that are fairy tales and things like that which have no substance.
Such as a Kamala Hyman, I just wanted to have this quick introduction.
As you were writing your questions in sha Allah hota Allah for our open session today, an open forum, where it's your chance today to ask some questions, and we can discuss them in sha Allah to Allah sweetner