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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa salam ala Baraka Ellen maroussi of maternal and Ameen Nabina Muhammad in Why on earth he was happy to be in alone be sending in Iommi Dini.
We begin with by praising and thanking Allah subhanho wa Taala for all his numerous favors and bounties upon us. He is the Lord creates and sustain and nourish, protect and provide them of absolutely everything in existence. They after we asked him the almighty to confer his choice of Peace, blessings and salutations upon our beloved messenger and leader, the guide of this oma and other than that being Mohammed Al Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam upon his noble family, upon all of these noble wives and illustrious companions, his wives who were known as manhatten, meaning the mothers of the believers and of the Allahu terracotta, Allah and on and they,
after it is our duty, there are lots of power over to Adam keeps all of us at large myself yourselves from amongst those whom he loves. And those who allow jealousy around the Almighty and majestic is pleased with in both worlds in this life, and in the next album, I mean, yeah, but I mean, my respected brothers and sisters in Islam, locally within South Africa, and wherever you may be watching, and finding yourself today, if it is night in our parts of the world, it's already evening. For those globally wherever you may be, we have greeted you with the universal greetings of peace, of love and mercy. And we extend our heartfelt appreciation and warm wishes to yourselves for
having joined us this evening, on this special expose on the special online symposium, which we have titled the 21st century, aspiring Muslim. Now we know for those from South Africa, August is referred to as women's month in South Africa and there are many times or days like this globally, but in our part of the world, this is what it is known as an referred to currently and on hamdulillah. This evening, we have dedicated this particular special program, an exclusive online symposium, dedicated towards preserving the honor of the womenfolk, which Islam
affords them at all times, not only on certain occasions, or specific time periods know that Islam has given them this honor. So much so that within the Quran, we would find that there is an entire chapter revealed after the women folk named as Sugata Nisa, the chapter named after the womenfolk there is in fact no chapter called sola to reject the chapter of the male folk or the men. So this evening Alhamdulillah, Allah subhanho wa Taala has given a woman a great honor in His sight. And as the scholars say, we have sort of two Nisa and Cobra, which is the actual sort of to Nyssa, the fourth chapter of the Noble Quran. And then we also have solar to Nisa saga, which is sort of luck.
Be chapter after luck found within the 28 years of the Nobel. So this evening, my respected brothers and sisters, and then Islam, wherever you may be, this program is dedicated towards not only upholding and preserving the honor and status with us, but also how we come to know and understand the key roles that they play, and the integral part that they do play within our lives, and also within the lives of society in general. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen. With that having been said, we warm, we warmly extend our greetings to yourself once more. And we thank you for being here. And without further ado, we will move on to our very first guest for this evening. The Honorable felina
to chef azim and Hakeem who is joining us all the way from h&m in Saudi Arabia, and shift our sim and hacking half Ebola. We'll be discussing the first topic on our agenda for this evening and that is the topic of mechanics
Model understanding the noble status of women in every step as an masa, Helen or might have been become familiar with the shift. Welcome to our program this evening and thank you very much is our Commonwealth heroine for honoring our invitation once more Baraka Luffy come, Allah bless you and preserve you with CHF.
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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa salam O Allah Muhammad, Al amin, say you did at the Vienna Mohammed Ali, he was so happy
that I do as salaam alaikum, warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.
women, women, women, you can't live with them, and you can not live without them.
This is what
people are taught since a very young age. And it seems to resonate everywhere.
Because Islam is not man made. It is from Allah Almighty Isaiah, Jen.
If we look at the status of women,
nations, we will find that, since the beginning of time, almost
whenever a society or a culture or a nation
was far from Islam, you will find that women were treated as trash
They used to dispute
whether a woman had a soul or not.
And a lot of the men would say, Amen.
Yeah, this is what people see and perceive in the media.
When they are not related to Islam,
the Arabs, whenever someone died, they inherited his wife. As they inherit property, as they inherit plots and wealth.
The Arabs used to consider having a female as something shameful to the extent that whenever someone was blessed with the female daughter, he would anticipate the right moment to take her and bury her in the ground alive, so that she would die alive. And he would not be disgraced in the future as he thinks.
If you go to the Hindus, till recently,
and until today, it's still practice, but it is illegal. But till a couple of years ago, whenever a man died, they would cremate him alongside with his living wife, they will burn her her with him, because she's worthless after the death of her husband.
If you go back in history, the pharaohs used to sacrifice a virgin, a beautiful girl by throwing her in the Nile so that they would ask the gods to send them rain, and to preserve them and keep them safe from drought.
And if you look at
women in the West,
they're not much better than women in the previous nations. And this might be shocking to some because most people think that we live in the best era of history, as they say, because
women have gained their claimed freedom, which allows them which entitles them to do whatever they want what they wish. So you hear feminists everywhere, shouting, screaming and calling for their rights.
A woman nowadays works exactly like a man in every field, even if it does not suit her nature,
which led which led to
losing her integrity and not being feminine as before.
She's now more inclined to being masculine.
was forced to leave her home,
to work and to do the things that are against her nature, in America alone, and this is according to the FBI website, I think in 2015.
The statistics stated that 1000 cases of rape happens in the USA per day
1000 cases of rape in 2015.
And you do the math, how many
cases happen? Per not, let's not say hour per minute.
This isn't the biggest democracy in the world.
And we can go on and on talking about how women were and are treated.
matters to us most as Muslims, because we
submitted our will to allies origin. We believe in the Quran, and the Sunnah, with the understanding of the three favorite, blessed generations. Sahaba, Tabby interpretability habitability, therefore, we're in sync with Islam.
And we think, according to what Islam wants us to think. So when we look at the status of women in Islam,
we find that Islam has given women their rights fully.
And this is according to what it's not according to
how Westerners think, because then you would have a very big gap. The West wants equality. In Islam, we do not have equality, we have fairness.
Because equality is an attainable,
you cannot ask a woman
to be the bread earner while the man is sitting home. And you cannot ask the man to conceive and become pregnant.
While the woman is working outside, there is no equality in such but there is fairness. So Islam gives women their full rights, and they make them Islam makes them equal to men in
status, as the Prophet had said Allah His Salatu was Salam and Nisa shakai region, women are the twin halfs of men. They are the twin half half men, half women.
And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam reiterated so many times this phrase, treat women kindly.
every almost gathering that the Muslims were gathered in public places in large places like Eden hatch, the Prophet used to always emphasize on the fact of being kind to women, on being kind to widows, on being kind to daughters,
even your own parent, the prophet alayhi salatu, salam, when asked, Who is the most worthy of my best companionship, the prophet said, Your mother, the companion sent, then who the Prophet said your mother, the companion said, Okay, then who? The Prophet said your mother.
Then the companion went on to say, then who the Prophet said, your father. So, three folds of your best companionship should be given to your mom.
Because she is a female, because she's worthy of being taken care of more than your father.
As for your wife, the prophet alayhi salatu was salam, the best of you.
All Muslims, are those best to you to their wives. And I, the Prophet says about himself, and the best among you, to my wives.
As for the daughters, the prophets of Assam, whoever is blessed with his daughters, and he raises them well, he educates them well, and he gets them mad. They will be his visor.
He's clean from Hellfire he will not see hellfire. One of the companions said, What about to a prophet of Allah? The Prophet said to one said, What about one a prophet of Allah? did not say that. But they said to themselves? Well, I, we think that if we were to ask the Prophet sorry, so some about one girl about one daughter, he would give us the same response.
So women have their status in Islam. Now you may say, Okay, then what is the issue of a woman getting half the man in her inheritance? This is not true. This is in certain cases, in some cases, the women get more
money. For example, if a man dies, leaving one daughter, a father and a mother, the daughter gets more than the Father,
the father of the deceased, his only single daughter gets more than the percentage that his father gets. So in issues of inheritance, it's a complicated issue. But it is not true that it's always the man gets double the female. And even when the man gets double the female, even if the female
is having her portion of inheritance, yet, a man is ordered to spend over his mother, his daughter, his wife, and if his sister is needy, he is obliged to spend and provide for her.
And the issue of hijab, which everybody thinks that this is a form of oppression, because they're used to exposing their women. So they think that covering her up
is oppression. The funny thing is and this is a side note, in France and Belgium and other oppressive, undemocratic countries.
they impose a fine on a woman who was in a pub
with the Coronavirus or Allah be praised for the Coronavirus. They made it recommend not recommended obligatory upon even men to wear the niqab, the face mask
and everybody is giving thumbs up
to wearing the niqab. Yet it's still a crime in France a couple of days ago.
The interior minister scolded a group of policemen who approached on the beach in France, a couple of women who were bathing sunbathing, topless.
And they said that you should move somewhere else because there are families. The policemen were Christians. The families were not Muslims. But because this was so offensive for women to go topless. This cause the interior minister to come on the media and condemn
what the policeman did Why? So this is a free country. Women should not be oppressed like this. They should wear whatever they want. Actually, they should strip of whatever she they want. So Pamela, and when my wife wears the niqab, she's fine. Where is the freedom? But this is not our point. This is not happened. Because it we will take all night, if we were to go into the injustice
these people are doing in Islam, we treat women as a valued jewel. You would never find someone with an expensive jewel putting it on the table for the people to come and see and watch and touch and play with they will protect it. And this is why Allah says in the Quran, oh Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves part of their outer garments that is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused.
This is to protect them so that they will not be abused. Because when people recognize that these are women are beautiful women, they will harass them. So Islam covers this jewel with proper attire.
Now, if you look in the media today,
the nature of people has been twisted.
Women. Anchor women on the media are more famous when they show their cleavage.
And they wear miniskirts, and they put a leg on top of the other and you see her thigh visible, maybe something else,
while men are covered from neck downwards,
men cannot come with short sleeves on TV, or what is this polo shirt, go and wear the suit. men cannot come wearing shorts as an anchorman.
And this shows you how people's nature has been twisted. Islam
the women that are being publicized and given as a role model today. She does not come on the media except with her hair, with her cleavage with her arms with her legs exposed to everyone to see.
takes care of women.
To the extent that even a woman's reputation is protected. Listen to this beautiful verse. Allah says to what translates to, and those who accused chaste women accused them of what of adultery fornication
gossiping, talking about her and saying, look, look, she went, she has a boyfriend she does this. She does that. And those who accused chaste women and then do not produce for witnesses. What's the punishment? lash them with 80 lashes and do not accept from them testimony never after and those are definitely are defiantly disobedient. Whoa, three punishments for what? For just a single word that I said about this woman? She's a slut. She's a bitch. She is a prostitute. Who's a biller? Three punishments to protect a woman's reputation
and to prevent
from talking about your sister, my sister, your daughter and my daughter? Is there any other religion that protects women like this?
If we were to look
we will find a lot of stories highlighting the heroism of women in Islam, many stories and hamdulillah.
But these stories are very new to little compared to the numerous different stories about men.
So what's the reason? And feminists say ha, look, Islam degrades women. Islam oppresses women, why don't we have so many stories as men, the chef said it himself. Hold your horses, hold your horses. You know why we have less stories about women than men? Simply because
each have men and women. They have their own separate ways, separate life style, separate roles in Islam.
The default in a woman's life is to be concealed, to be hidden, to work
So a woman's sacrifice a woman's head or wisdom
upon her children, her husband, the men of her relatives at Mahalo to her in her own environment and community in her own family. And she also participates positively among women folk in a totally segregated environment, because women were not created
standing out in the community. A woman's role is never to stand among men, calling people addressing them. And unfortunately, nowadays, even among the Muslims, you'll find a female Dahlia, a female scholar, a female preacher,
and she's wearing she's covering her hair, not wearing the proper hijab
and addressing men and women
And when this began like 1520 years ago, this was shocking. It began in some cultures, not all hamdulillah in America, generally speaking.
And bit by bit, we've started to see the steps of shavon. So now instead of addressing only women, which is totally legit, totally Helen.
Now they are addressing men and women.
And nowadays, they're sharing the platform the stage with other men.
Some scholars, scholars say the pros and cons. This is for the good of humanity. This is good for spreading Islam. I think I'm gonna go for it.
I beg to differ, but this is your opinion.
And after sharing the stage, now we see Masha Allah videoclips coming, the share the great day with the share ha, the great diarrhea, on the same table platform. And they're addressing the audience. And they're chit chatting, cracking jokes, doing things while I am ashamed of doing. I'm not a good practicing Muslim. But when I see this as well, this is too much even I wouldn't do that. So this is something that is going out of the slate path. This is not the religion of Muhammad Ali salatu salam O Prophet.
This is not his way. But the people when they want recognition, when they want fame, they do hideous things, just to be acknowledged among the people just to be pointed to say, Good share many followers on Instagram, on Twitter, on Facebook on whatever he sounds what he talks good.
Where is the beef? They say big loaf of bread. But where is the beef? Where is the beneficial thing a woman is was never created to address people and to come in the open, allocated her to be
a form and source of tranquility to her husband, and to raise up her children and to be their mother and mentor.
And this is why one of the most articulate women of all times was Isha, may Allah be pleased with her. The Prophet I stepped onto this to learn a religion from her.
Yet, she would never ever address the Muslims in congregation or call them to a Juma Hoda and she leads, for example, or she makes a public lecture to the Muslims in the masjid, though she is their mother.
Allah says, and his wives are their mothers, the mothers of the believers. So I don't want to take much time, because my time is limited as well as yours.
Most of our problems nowadays, are caused by our separation from Islam.
And let us be frank,
in a Muslim country, in an Islamic Center, in an area that is governed by the community of Muslims, we will find that we have this split personality of Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde,
the norm that Islam has approved and called for, and that all
peoples pure nature calls for is that a woman's place is in her home,
where she is good with her husband, and she takes excellent care of her children, and that she does not mix up with men. She limits her
her women folk with the same gender and with her Muharram men, her uncle, her father, her son, her brother, her nephew, her father in law, her father, her son in law, her stepfather, her stepson, etc. These are the Muslims.
And at the same time, the man's natural position is for him to work, earn and put food on the table. So that he would provide for his family and not acquire them to go and work whenever this equation is imbalanced.
Therefore, you will have the result in
where women do not abide by the hijab, where women work with men, and they deprive
the bread or the money earners
from their potential job. So she takes his job. And he's the one who feeds his parents, his sisters and brothers and his wife and children. Her whole family is jeopardized by this woman who doesn't have to work. But she wants to work, who spends 70% of her income on new dresses, perfumes and makeup. This is not the norm. Yes, this is not the case, always there might be some women who are desperately in need of work. And this is a different issue. When she doesn't have anyone to provide for her. She can work. But she has to work in an Islamic environment.
Otherwise, the norm for a woman is to stay home. Allah says in the Quran, addressing the wives of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and they are our role model. Allah says and abide in your houses and do not display yourselves, as was the display of the former times of ignorance. The Times of Jackie Lee Yeah. So the female women are ordered to take the mothers of the believers as role models. So what is the status of women taking the mothers of the believers as role models is definitely a very big gap.
The enemies of Islam and we are focused only on the Muslim community. We don't care about the non Muslims, they have their own religion. They have their own beliefs. They want to destroy the community, it's up to them.
Doesn't matter for it to us. We give them advice, but definitely they will not gonna take it.
What we care about are the Muslims, the enemies of Islam. They want
women in Islam, to be an engineer working with men, bossing them around, mixing with them. They want her an anchorwoman appearing on TV with full makeup. They want her an air hostess, and hamdulillah we don't have any
airlines flying in nowadays. But this is what they wanted to be. They want her to be a waitress
in a cafe, or in a restaurant. They want her a doctor, a medical doctor who treats not only women, but only men and only not only women, but also men. If she were to treat women only that would be a win win. That would be the best. But no, you can't only treat women you have to treat men as well. And they want her to be an actress, a singer diva. They want her to be a supermodel.
This is what the enemies of Islam want for our women. And listen to what Allah says Allah wants to accept your repentance. But those who follow their passion and desires want you to this want you to tigress into a great deviation. So the status of women in Islam is highly regarded. And I know that some of you would say this Wahhabi share. He's from Saudi Arabia. They oppress women. They're this they're that well, I this is all great lies. I was blessed with the grace of Allah with two wives.
And I have 13 daughters, no sons hamdulillah. And I have five granddaughters. So actually, I am swimming in an ocean of estrogen.
And sometimes I feel that I'm growing the uterus. May Allah protect us that I don't get my period. So all what I see is women around me, I cannot be objective. I care for women. They're all around me. I love women. I can't live without them. And I would buy a lot choose the very best for them, according to what pleases align the Prophet Muhammad and Islam, but never ever would I approve or agree with crossing the line. And this is why we say do not listen to these feminists. Those who want women to go and try. Don't listen to men. don't restrict yourself to men. Do whatever comes into your mind.
Enjoy your feelings. This is your body, you're free to do whatever you want with your body to Panama. This is how they speak to our women. Take your hijab, why being oppressed? This is not fair, why aren't the man covering their faces? Or the hair? Why do they go to the beach where I can't go to the beach? Why do you do this? We don't do that. And they keep on whispering the whispers of shaytan in their ears. Before they used to do it in their ears. Now, it's also visual. So you go to Instagram, you go to Snapchat, you go to Pinterest, you go to Twitter, you go to face health, Facebook, or you go to YouTube, or what you see is
people, as a law said, but those who follow their passions want you to degress into a great deviation, or what you see is people calling them to help come to us come to us. And our girls and women don't have the proper Eman nor the proper connection to the poor and into the sooner say that what these guys are saying, which is logical? Why should I obey my father? Why should I be married to a man who controls me and plays with me like a puppeteer? I'm not a puppet. I have my own life I to live I have my own wishes and desires and blah, blah, blah, and then what? And then what? Tell me after death visit agenda or not, is it help or or paradise? What is it you want?
The problem is they see no further than the nose, the tip of their nose, they can see further
practicing women, righteous women,
pious women that I know a lot of, in my culture, in the UK, in Malaysia, in Nigeria, in Kenya, I've seen them all over the world, abiding by the hijab, very discreet, very polite, full of bashfulness. You don't hear anything about them. But well, when I speak to them one to one, or I see their resumes, I am shocked.
These, if we were in the West would have become role models. But these women want a lot. They want paradise, they don't want exposure.
Like all of us, we don't want exposure if we would want it to have exposure and fame. I could do this in five minutes, write a tweet or give a lecture where I say something that would be a jaw dropper, to the Muslims, and the fight some of the rules of the Quran, dishonor, tomorrow, I'll be on CNN, well, I'll be on CNN,
but to abide by the Quran the sooner and not to want fame, not to want recognition. Just want to please Allah, it's very difficult.
But those women who succeed in doing it will lay they'll go straight to gender. So I conclude my talk with
look into the status of women in Islam. Don't be fooled by cultures, by your own practices of Muslims. Go to the source the Quran the sooner seek your knowledge from the Quran, the sooner the understanding of the three favorite generations and relate to women who are practicing who are walking the talk. And you can find them in your cultures don't look for celebrities. Whenever you find a woman who is a celebrity, you know that she is not a role model and she cannot be a role model because she's famous.
And she is exposed to everyone to look at and to listen at. And this defines the purpose of hijab then why did Allah impose hijab? If she comes on the media like this? And with patience and tolerance and with following the Quran, the sooner you with the grace of Allah will be in paradise in sha Allah, may Allah azza wa jal make me and you and all those listening and watching among the people in dwellers of Paradise, I mean, Ireland, what is Aslam salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad Anwar
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Allah subhanho wa Taala us and protect us share and always keep you in the service of his noble religion, that our Kitab Allah bookable
panel went to Allah and the Sunnah of his novel messenger and a solo to a seller, upon the understanding of our hspt says, of this allow me shall sing we thank you for that fruitful discussion and points of advice. There is one question yes shift as an ad as we usually do our custom when the talk is done that we do accept questions from our viewers. One such question from one of our students, is that is it permissible for a woman to use social media as a platform to spread out and encourage other Muslim sisters are presumed to do so as well, on the condition that she is correctly covered at all times.
Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala, it is not permissible for a sister to appear in a public platform, even if her intention was to give the power to the sisters because we know that social media is not segregated. So even she's covered. And her covering the best would be is, you know, the Ninja Turtles or the zoodle niqab which is good. But still, I can hear her, I can see her eyes, she's in front of me. So if I want to lower my gaze, it there's no point of her coming live like this. Hypothetically speaking, she's covering her face, the vast majority of people would uncover their faces and just cover their head. And maybe her hair is an afro. So she's covering it.
And she looks maybe better than if it were an afro, maybe some people like Afro, some people don't. I'm not saying that this is an issue of
criticizing her the way it literally looks. Maybe her head is so rolled down and so soft, that it is like dead hair. You never know. Covering the hair makes her more beautiful. So the beauty is all in the face. In my case, the ugliness is on the face. But in women, this is why whenever a man wanted to marry another prophet would say to him, did you look to her face? If she was walking covered? The Prophet wouldn't have asked him this because there were no prophet of Allah, we see her on the streets, in the masjid in the market. So the man said, No, the prophet said, Go and look at her. This is a must, that you look at a woman's face. So if the sister is coming on social media on
YouTube, even if she's teaching the Quran, or the sooner or
when she speaks, this is the playground of shapen. Even I, if I if I look at the sister, who's teaching us how to perform Salah, and she says, and you say, Allahu Akbar, and I said, Oh, well, this is how a bond works. And Allah wants to protect me and protect you, my sister, if you are my daughter, to say, if you want to give Dawa, go in a classroom, go in a closed environment, where you can teach only sisters, no male attending or listening. If you say no, I would like to benefit women. Well, with all due respect, us men have gazillions of lectures and detailed description or an incident and fill in a feed and everything. So we have covered almost all aspects, even purity, even
perhaps even higher menses, even postnatal bleeding, the whole nine yards. So what will you contribute that men did not contribute?
If you want to do something on social media, let it be in writing. There's no problem in that. Go on Twitter, go in publishing something here and there in writing where you don't show your face or self you don't show your voice, providing that you do not chitchat with men. So it's only with women, answering women, keep it all simple. Don't allow a pond to penetrate. And don't be a role model to other girls who will take you as someone who started something and they followed it and then on the Day of Judgment, you will find that so many things on your back because of those who followed you on a long list
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brothers and sisters in Islam. There is something very beautiful and example found with him and of course, we know that Islam as highlighted has given a huge status and honor to the women folk I said early on before we welcome check us out hacking that Islam. Within the Noble Quran we find Allah subhana wa Taala
known as Nisa, tala, etc. After the womenfolk. One such beautiful example that I would like to share with you, is a beautiful, very wonderful and amazing idea of an overcoat and whereby Allah subhanho wa Taala had revealed a very important verse to the women folk, and to the male's of this woman, but on one particular occasion we find, as is recorded in the Philippine cafe and others can see it meaning other explanations the exegesis of the novel, and we find that our noble mother, none other than human meaning mother of the believers, almost selama all the love of terracotta, Adam, Allah Allah, as is reported by Imam Mohammed Rashid. Mahalo to Allah. It states that she was obviously one
of the wives of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa, and he will send them and on one occasion, she complained, she asked, she questioned her beloved husband, asuna la sala La la la us sallam, and she had asked him the question, as the Hadith very beautifully highlights and indicates to us Marlena, let's listen carefully marylin la nuit calophyllum call me Come on you've COVID vija O Messenger of Allah alayhi salatu wa sallam, why is it the case that we as women are not explicitly and directly made mention of within the Noble Quran, meaning within the feminine pronoun, as how the male folk are done, and how Allah subhana wa Taala addresses them and obviously we know within Islam, when
Allah subhanho wa Taala addresses in the masculine plural or pronoun that it refers to both male and female. But this was a very valid question that our mother ra shall be allowed to enter and had. And so she says then on one day without realizing the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam was calling from the member from his phobics in Al Masjid and neverwet Sharif and Al Madina, munawwara and she says, I was combing my hair, she was combing her hair, so I tied my hair back. And then I went out to my chamber within my house, and I started listening to a verse which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at that time, then said, Yeah, you Hannah's in Allah to Allah, you're called, barely people
or mankind, Allah subhanho wa Taala is speaking. And this was a very beautiful and lengthy verse, which was revealed very early, the believing males, we believe in females, those who believe in Allah, those who do good, etc, etc. Joining us right now, I'm not going to recite that verse for you myself. But joining us right now, all the way from Singapore, to recite this verse and other verses of the noble Koran very beautifully and to our ears, and our vision for what we will be seeing shortly is a dear friend and colleague, none other than fidelity.
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my dear brothers and sisters in Islam. He said you thoroughly enjoyed that beautiful recitation, and that you were able to follow the translation of those verses of the notebook pertaining to the women folk. And in particular, the one verse that I had discussed, I mentioned about before, the chef had began his recital relative to Allah bless all of us at large, Allah amiata. But Allah, respected brothers and sisters and then Islam, wherever you may find yourself across the world of Hampton Inn. It now gives me great pleasure to welcome a very special guest of ours who is joining us this evening Alhamdulillah we are honored that he has accepted our invitation. And that is none other
than Felicia to chef at took tour. abou Amina Bilal Philips happy to have a love of tobacco to Ireland. As we know, the sheriff is an internationally renowned Islamic scholar, orator and author. The chef is also the founder and the chancellor of the Islamic Open University shift up to Bilal Philips began his journey when he converted to Islam decades ago, having studied in Al Madina, munawwara and other places as well. The shift was born and raised in Jamaica, and is also Canadian by citizenship. Masha Allah
completed his mother yards at Kingston University and also completed his PhD from the University of Wales. Sheriff Dr. Bill Phillips has authored dozens of books and at Hampton Inn
I'm humbled that the chef has joined us this evening. And Alhamdulillah chef is someone who we hosted as well, two years back in 2018, when the chef came to visit us on the shores of South Africa, and graced our center Medical Center in Cape Town, South Africa. So honorable chef biller and a masala 11. What happened become higher Kamala shift below? How are you doing this evening?
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all right. I think that we had unfortunately lost our honorable guests Dr. Bill Phillips there in shallow to add up we will try to see if we can regain connection was Dr. Pillai. For those who do not know, our honorable chef is currently in a suburb in Ethiopia. And due to many strikes and protests which have been happening within that particular country, electricity does get cut from time to time throughout the day. And also there may be interruptions with the internet connections. So we do apologize for that. Hopefully inshallah, we will gain contact one small with a chef Dr. Phillips within the law hates America to Allah. So my dear brothers and sisters in Islam, indeed we
always are thankful and praise Allah Subhana Allah to Allah for these numerous favors, and bounties which he continues to be stout upon us as an oma as followers of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the biggest there are, is that we think a lot by remaining committed Muslims towards understanding our Deen of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam, and through that we need to be advised all the time, constantly on a regular basis.
with the mechanic to Allah and the Sunnah of his beloved messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, through platforms like these, we know that our messenger le salatu salam has said that indeed whomsoever Allah Subhana, Allah to Allah, which is goodness for mejuri delay will be higher and you'll find people 15 Allah Subhana Allah to Allah will grant understanding of Deen to the one who he wishes goodness for and to the one who Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to give up the steam. So my dear brothers and sisters in Islam, it is with that intention that we always put
Together these online symposiums, especially during this time that the world has been experiencing COVID-19 there's been many adjustments to the lives that we have regularly been leading before that. And so this is a nightmare of Allah subhanho wa Taala but how we go about taking this network into implementation and how we handle it, and how we conduct ourselves with the faces of Allah subhanho wa Taala Indeed, we will be questioned for so the call is always that we strive our level best towards participating towards reconnecting with the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala towards connecting ourselves as our guest during last week's program shift Dr. Ibrahim naho, from Nigeria
and Malaysia had mentioned to us reconnecting ourselves to the scholars, that is our aim and objective, so that we may be of those who are people of understanding. Remember, I come to the law. I do see Dr. Beloved Phillips has joined us once more and hamdulillah for that, but before we welcome Dr. Bilal there he is Masha. Allah, we want them to be inshallah, to continue with the remaining time, I'm reminded that
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As I tried to explain
the topic, only say a few words on this
topic concerning the rules of Muslim women in the 21st century.
I was challenged by some of
four of my followers on Facebook, when they saw this topic and and all of the people who are going to be speaking on it, you know, on the various
branches of this topic. We're all men, you know, and so what happened to the woman's
point of view and etc, etc, is the issues were raised to me. So what I did was I contacted, you know, women who are either
people, part of our administration, in,
in the international Open University, you know, who are quite outspoken, as well as teachers, the opinions that took the opinions of one of the teachers in the US, and, you know,
working Conrad Muslim, in India,
and I also took opinions from
our brother shed, but there is a man, his mother, she gave some opinions also. So, I tried to look at all of these various opinions, and share, share them, this was the plan to share them in my presentation. But with the
charge being as low as it is, it's now gone down to 32%. And if this was a brand new laptop, 32% could mean you know, half an hour hour, but this is a few years old. So it means only about 10 or 15 minutes. So what I would do,
rather than trying to bring all of that information to you for reflection,
I would say in general, that when we ask about the role of the Muslim woman in the 21st century,
we have to ask ourselves,
wasn't Islam supposed to be for
and all times
And the final message of Islam came,
it is for all times. So what was the role of the woman in the time of the prophets a lot It was Allah in the time of the prophets before him. It's the same rule.
And the change of time doesn't change the role. Yes, we are faced with the COVID-19 which has caused the patterns of life to change in order to adjust and become functionable. In new circumstances, with the shutdowns the lockdowns, traveled with restrictions and shutting of clue schools, businesses and all these, this which has taken place in the societies.
This is a time trying time, but there have been trying times before, and the prophets on Sutherland spoke about, you know, the plague. And if there's a plague in the land, don't go there. If you're there, don't leave. You know, he gave instructions concerning this type of a circumstance. So in general, we couldn't say that. If we look at the
basic roles of a woman in the time of the Prophet Marcel Salah, and in Islam, and just in general, her being a Muslim, you know, either she is a doctor at home.
So what's her role, her role as a daughter at home would be to honor and obey her parents.
This is a point that our convert Muslim from India, who is a supervisor in IBM company there, you know, she she pointed out that, first and foremost as a doctor,
Islam calls on her to honor her parents.
So that role hasn't changed. As a sister in the home,
she is interested and
given the responsibility of maintaining harmony
with their siblings,
she's got brothers or other sisters, as a Muslim, she should be at harmony with them, not at odds fighting.
Where that situation changes, like recent cases, which came up in Pakistan, which became front page news, where after parents had died, the brothers put their sister
in lockdown, locked her up in a room and took all the inheritance.
That was evil. That was wrong, it should be corrected.
Because she has as a sister, the same rights as her brothers. Of course, the portions of the inheritance are different. But she has the right to inherit and to live a productive life for herself. But they stole that from her. They showed pictures of the police breaking into the house and, you know, arresting the brothers and all this. So, harmony. This is a requirement as a sister in the home circumstance, as a wife, her responsibility would be to obey respect and be patient with her spouse, with their husband, as a wife.
Has that role changed?
No. Well, in some countries where the influence of Western civilization which
has destroyed the relationship between the man and
the woman, husband and wife,
trying to turn it into something artificial and unnatural, or both are equal.
There is no leader.
Just two individuals with two different ideas that have to get along.
That approach, of course, that is a change that has taken place. And it has been introduced into many Muslim countries. And countries where this has happened, it should be corrected.
You know, the society needs to change it. And the women, and the men need to speak out and ensure that the responsibilities which Islam has set for husbands and wives should be followed. As a mother, as a mother, her responsibility is to raise righteous children
to raise righteous children.
In the 21st century, as I've changed, technically know, that responsibility to raise righteous children, people say, well, it's to raise children, to raise good children, it's righteous children.
This is the responsibility of parents, and they will be held accountable to a law, if they don't fulfill this responsibility. They are to raise righteous children. And that process of raising righteous children is itself a bad worship of Allah.
So with regard to their children, they worship a lot by raising them righteously.
So it means, of course, in our time,
where parents were typically putting children in crushes,
you know, nurseries,
others taking care of the children's as they run out to work.
This is a distortion.
those early years, shouldn't be spent closely with the children, they shouldn't be given to others to take care of. Well, with COVID-19, and the shutdown of the nurseries as well, it's now thrown back into the lap of the mother.
And she now has to take up the responsibilities that are involved in educating her children at home. So she needs to be engaged in learning herself, how to introduce Islamic thoughts and concepts into the educational material which has been given to her children, either the older children are getting it now, by video conferencing, video classes, online classes, etc. She needs to be there
to add to whatever they're learning, an Islamic view and Islamic understanding, to put it in the context of Islam. So as the mother, a change in the role due to COVID, actually, this is a good change. Because it's putting that responsibility back into the hands of the mother, where it should be.
For some women, as workers in offices, they're working in offices, etc. Their responsibility as a Muslim is to fulfill the trust that they have engaged in in the contract with their employers.
The employers have hired them
They need to fear a lot
and do the best that they can.
They should not fall into the office culture of cat and mouse.
When the cat's away, the mice will play when the manager is not around, everybody leans back and relaxes
this start working as soon as my manager is coming, okay, but it's not working. No, they shouldn't engage in that. As a worker, they've signed a contract to do their best.
And if they play this game, and they earned their check at the end of the month, that check is legitimate. They're stealing money from their employer. People don't look at it like that, because that's just how businesses operate. But as a female, Muslim, Muslim, in a business, that is her responsibility, and it's the same on males cuts on all who are working for others.
As a neighbor, the her Islamic responsibility
is to be a good neighbor. A lot tells us about the neighbors through the messenger saw some of them who mentioned that jabril came and instructed him with rights of the neighbor that made him think that the neighbor was going to inherit, would be one of the inheritors so many rights.
Whoever believes in the law of the last day
is good to their guests, and good to their neighbors.
The prophets, our Salah has stressed neighborliness,
to a large degree because of the changes in society today
and the way people are living.
It's not uncommon that people don't even know who their neighbors are.
In many cases, especially in the West, where people are living in huge high rises, etc.
You hear every year, cases where people die in their homes. Nobody even knows until the stink that's coming out from their place. The neighbors
you know, come across the stench which is coming out of this apartment and they call the police and finally they break the door down and find his neighbor died.
And the neighbors of that individual don't even know who that person was.
weren't even aware they were sick or anything. They were living completely compartmentalised lives.
So it is a duty of a Muslim woman.
To Be kind to her neighbors to share profit or sell an asset if you you're making a bowl of soup may add more water to it, so you can share it with your neighbors.
So this sense of neighborliness and concern and this is something which needs to be revitalized, especially in cities, the big cities etc. where women may have neighbors who they don't even know
as a homemaker. She is the head of the household because the process animates it could look Ryan, all of you are
herders, kolloquium Masada number 88. You know your herd is of a flock and every one of you is responsible for that flock. So they went on to explain about the husband being responsible. And then after the husband he mentioned to wife, within the absence of the husband, the wife now becomes the head of the family.
So, she has to play this role. alarmingly, if she was out working, because
society has now pushed the woman out of the home into the workforce.
This situation where she has come back home, puts on her shoulders new responsibilities as the head of the household to ensure that that household functions in an Islamic way away which is pleasing to Allah.
Islam has prescribed
according to the crime, and according to the Sunnah.
As a homemaker, we mentioned the homemaker, sorry, as an entrepreneur, because women have businesses.
And this is not something new. Some people may look at it, a woman having her own business, she's the head of a business and start something new. Women have businesses in the time of the Prophet Muhammad SAW Salah in the marketplace, there were women selling women buying.
So having their own business is nothing against Islamic teachings in any way, shape or form. Unless the business itself is haram,
or the way in which the business is conducted is harm.
as an entrepreneur, her responsibility again is to be honest,
in what she's selling,
because Islam in business
Modern business from the western
perspective, to a large degree is based on deception. All of the marketing tools and images and media etc use is to promote falsely
Promote product to convince people to buy what they don't really need.
Or to make claims about a product that it doesn't really fulfill.
Muslim business people can't carry business in that way.
They have to be honest,
as the promises are solid when he walked into a to the marketplace in Medina at one point, and Amanda had a pile of grand and he stuck his hand in the middle, and he pulled out some grain, which was wet. And he asked the businessman, what's this? He said, what the rain fell last night on it. So he said, so So why didn't you leave it open for people to say, by him covering it. With dry grain, people think
it's all dry grain. When he puts it on the scale, the wet grain weighs more. It does absorb the water. So he's cheating people.
Process mm same manner Hashanah for listening Amina, whoever
deceives us, Jesus is not of us. It's not true Islam is against the principles of Islam. So as a businesswoman, she needs to be honest, and just in dealing with her employees.
These are basic principles which distinguished Muslim traders of the past much of Islam spread because of honest and just businessmen
who took Islam from the Arabian Peninsula, all over the east, in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, to China.
They were very successful. Islam spread because of their honesty. The people respected that.
As a citizen,
as a Muslim, as a sister citizen, she should be a part of the community.
Citizen of a country,
a town drella dweller, she's a dweller in a town, she's a part of the citizens of that town.
She should join in with that community in order to help the needy members of the community. So she should be engaged in charitable works.
Again, this is not something new to the 21st century.
This is Islam.
So she shouldn't be you know, and usually in most towns or cities, etc. There are organizations that are involved in helping the needy in one way or another. She shouldn't be involved in some of that, of course, not to the detriment of her own home, meaning that she's out running around trying to help everybody else and she's neglected her home No,
there needs to be a balance.
But as much as she can, whatever means the law has given her Of course, this will vary from one woman to another, one household to another household, what their situations are. So given that she has the means the time
she should engage in community activities.
And then finally, the final thought, which was I asked each of these different sisters, to give me the 10 most important points
for the Muslim woman today in the 21st century.
So the last point that our sister put
point number 10.
Others put it as point number one is to be a true slave of Allah
to fulfill her religious obligations,
as they deserve to be fulfilled.
Some of the other sisters pointed out that his religious obligations like Salah for example, in the homework,
You know, the mother, the mother, the sister, the daughter tends to get busy, the wife trying to prepare things and etc, then Salah is done at the last minute.
As quickly as that salon is over in our How
to bring couture back into our salon, you can say to a certain degree that the 21st century tends to make our lives so busy, we hardly have time for a bang.
So we can say in this way, we need to correct it by taking time out, setting out aside a sufficient amount of time to pray Our five times daily prayer, you know with reflection,
flash, Speedy Gonzales, you know, finished in a minute, the kind of prayer that the prophet SAW Selim told the man go back and pray because you didn't pray.
The man went back, prayed and came back again. He told him go back and pray because you didn't pray.
Finally, the man asked the prophet SAW Sam, that's the only prayer I know. So I said, Okay.
When you stand to pray, stand,
until and you pause in that position, until all of the bones of your back fall into place.
When you bow, same thing, till all the bones settle. When you prostrate, same thing, when you come back out of bowing and when you come back out and frustrating, sit back, stand back until all the bones go into
position, pausing, in other words, pausing with each movement.
And if you pause with each movement, then your prayer, you know it will have a level of calmness to it.
Which right now, how are we praying, stand up, bump up, up, down, down, up.
That's how we're praying today.
Trying to finish it off as quickly as possible because we got something else to do.
Is that what I was supposed to be for?
So it's reengaging, engaging with our prayers.
More Time has been put on our hands, because of COVID-19 with the family, etc, which is a good thing.
We need to use it for all the benefit that there is in it.
reengaged with our various acts of worship.
And what was proposed also was
reevaluation of our own lives.
But dear man's mom, that was a big point she made time to re evaluate COVID-19 has given us a
stop and think
where has our life gone?
The past so many years 20 3040 5060
years have passed?
What have we done?
What do we have to show for these years?
If we have to stand up before a law and given account, what can we say?
Have we not just wasted these years busy in so many things.
But we haven't grown were the same as we were when we were teenagers busy with life
was neglected in one way or another.
So now is the time
to reconnect reconnect with the dean.
It's a lot of other
COVID-19 has given us time that we didn't have all we thought we didn't have
up until this point.
I would say that
our responsibility as women of the 21st century
reconnect with the dean,
to learn, to study,
give time, for a bada
and insha Allah, seek as much knowledge as we can
to be able to benefit our families
to help guide our families,
to bring our families closer to Allah. Because the basic purpose of the family is not procreation, because there are husbands and wives who don't have any children. They try they try and try and they don't have any children does that does that mean that their lives become meaningless? No.
To me, main purpose of the family
is to get closer to Allah together. That's why the prophet SAW Selim called marriage and nikka, nice food in half of the religion.
It's half of the religion in the sense that if you're on your own, you Miss fudger.
You miss other prayers in the day,
you miss out in so many different aspects of the, in the religion,
that having a wife there to remind you. And the prophet SAW Selim said,
may Allah bless the woman
who sprinkles water on her husband's facing,
to wake him up for fudger.
May Allah bless that woman. Of course.
Today, maybe the man would be so angry to jump out of his bed and be screaming, why do you do
but the prophet SAW some of made special
for that wife, and that's the importance of the wife to help her husband in his prayers, and also his responsibility to help her in her prayers. Because many women in many parts of the world, they pray fudger when they get up,
the man may be trying to get to the masjid and, but the woman who stays at home, she prays fudger when she gets up, usually after sunrise, it's the norm. That's it finished. Nobody's praying. fudger and it's time.
So we need to
and bring the dean back to the position that it is supposed to be in our lives.
So humbler? This is, these are some of the thoughts that
wanted to share with you from
is their their thoughts? I have just verbalize them. I've written them down. And I've tried to mention as many of them as possible.
I see one point that maybe I left out
You know, the road developing
friends. And of course, this is a very, very important point process. Allah gave us the whole parable of the perfu merchant.
And the blacksmith
Is that a good friend is like a perfume merchant.
When you go to the perfume merchant, he's opening up bottles of perfume and giving you some
maybe it gives you a bottle. At least he opens it up and the smell the fragrance comes all over you and you walk away from him smelling good.
Whereas the bad friend is like blacksmith
is beating the iron. You know, pushing the bellows heat, fire sparks. When you smoke when you stand near him. Either sparks are going to burn holes in your clothes
or at least you're going to walk away
Thinking of smoke.
So as I said, I'm said, choose your friends well,
because you will be raised on the Day of Judgment with your friends.
So if this friend of yours is not somebody who would like to be standing before a law with
then now, you better separate yourself and find good friends
whom you would be proud to stand before a law with. That was just one point. I noticed I missed.
So Baraka lafi comm these were the thoughts as I said of your sisters, sharing about the roles,
varying roles of Muslim women
in the 21st century, and in the first century,
these rules have not changed.
And Islam has provided guidance
in all aspects of a woman's life
is the duty of us, all women,
duty on the part of men to help women
gain knowledge of these various roles,
It is the responsibility of each and every woman as it is the responsibility of each and every man to seek knowledge. As the prophesied sentiment said tolerable enemy for either Allah Allah Muslim, seeking knowledge is an obligation on every Muslim.
So the wife should not be dumb, ignorant at home, she's just cooking in the you know, in the kitchen all the time and she's just making sure she's preparing tea etc. For the husband husband comes in, he eats is gone.
No, she should
come closer to Allah.
through understanding who Allah is,
and in understanding who Allah is, she learns what it is that Allah wants from her, she should know.
What is your purpose in this life?
She should know how to get closer to Allah.
And she should seek the knowledge necessary
that she may live a life pleasing to Allah in all of its aspects.
As Allah told us, say, Innes allottee indeed, my prayers were new Suki and my sacrifices Well, my Yeah, my life when my mighty and my dying are for a law the Lord of all the world's
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the intention to have you part of this program was very sincere and looking forward to it by many. And those people are still commenting now Mashallah, on the on our feed I see the questions and comments are coming in MLS panels Allah bless you, just below watercolor FICO. And there is a question which it's been addressed by yourself. Moments ago, she asked him on hacking highlighted earlier as well. And I see this I won't say repetition. Many times, but it's happened a few times, even whilst we're live. People are commenting that they're not seeing women being a part of the program, and humbling myself as the
coordinator and one of the people putting together this program. It seems to me that in all other online events we've had over the recent time
There hasn't been no commenting. But today and this evening seeing that we put together a specifically women's program, per se, we have people who are saying now were the women. But you know, a week ago, we had chef hassling before that we had other guests of the Muharram, eat, program, etc. We didn't get any of this. But at the same time she has been and I guess my question which I would like to put forward to yourself is in answering this we have people Mashallah who may be more towards the feminist approach of things. So sometimes they approach a matter in that way. And highlighted by yourself again, shifted out on the other end of the stick, there are people who,
sadly and unfortunately incorrectly, so they do not give the fair share. They do right away until our women folk by making them feel as though they are second class citizens. So maybe we could highlight the idea of there is no harm or sin in the deen of Islam being conveyed to people to women, by male scholars or by mail, to add people who do that are seekers of knowledge. If we look at the fact that the prophet SAW sterilize Islam himself was a male, he was not a woman any solid whatsoever. So why do we find the problem when males are conveying the message? In terms of women's empowerment? I think that is an issue that we can briefly highlight inshallah.
Well, you know, of course, there are different
ways of looking at the
function of the
Muslim society and how the members function etc. in it. Um, there are,
you know, extreme right, and there are extreme left positions, and there's a, you know, down the middle position. And
really, I think that to a large degree, you know, we have different societies of Muslims around the world.
And some societies have traditions
in which the female is never seen.
A good friend of mine in Qatar.
He told me, I remember a few years back,
he had to take his mother to the hospital, she got ill. So he had to take her to the hospital.
And for the first time in his life that he could remember as as quantum that he could remember. He saw his mother's face
there, his mother would wear this they have a version of niqab, their Cheeto.
It's sort of stiff, but it's like a almost like a mask, you know, with space for their eyes and not stand on their face. 24 seven,
the first time I said what, he's in his 50s
This is nothing young man. He's in his 50s he took his mother to the hospital for the first time that he could remember he saw his mother's face.
And it was no big deal for him, it was normal, because all the people around him that society has evolved in that way that women to stay completely covered
in the east, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and in the West, in in Africa, different parts of Africa etc. This societies Egypt and that have evolved in other ways. The issue of of basic a job
covering the body etc. Not exposing parts which
that those principles are maintained but
the face of the woman her hands in some parts her feet,
not their leg, thigh, calf, feet
may be exposed
and are we
I'm going to say
that only the society in which
the women are covered in a particular way
that that is the only acceptable way
we have a problem
because the basic principles of women covering
identified in the dean
what societies have come up with,
in terms of
This allows for the variance in interpretation and culture and these other factors.
Of course, there are limits,
where the dress and garments etc, start to expose parts of the body which are clearly forbidden, then, of course, we say this is incorrect, this is not acceptable.
But, as as a norm, I think that we have to find, you know, a balance,
which is neither to one extreme, nor the other.
In the time of the Prophet sly was some of them.
in the marketplace,
they were not secluded only in home, and they didn't go out or these wives of the province or something is different. So, we shouldn't Yes, the wives of the Prophet are the mothers of the believers.
But we should be careful that we don't take certain rules which were specific to them, they couldn't marry anybody else.
After the prophet SAW, Selim died,
to marry anyone else was haram forbidden to them.
So to prevent any man from falling in love with them, or whatever it was, you know, so certainly limited limits of hijaab were set, which were the norm for them, but not the rest of the women in this society.
So all women chose to follow
whatever the wives of the Prophet SAW Salem
did, however, they did it, even though the laws were specific for them, they chose to go with it, and that's fine. That's an option you can do it.
But are we going to take those rules and force them now on the rest of women, all women
when you do that, it becomes oppression
and becomes an extreme.
So, in my view,
limits that we shouldn't cross
and there are Li ways that we shouldn't necessarily limit
by preventing and and prohibiting
what in the profits or sentence time was not prohibited.
I can understand
that and I don't have a problem with the fact that
some societies some organizations, some
talent television programs, some hold a stronger position in terms of
non visibility of females
while others hold that as long as the woman is properly covered, etc, etc.
Not painting herself up to you know, create another scenario, but natural properly covered.
This is not impermissible.
Some society say okay, the marketplace
No should just be a woman's marketplace.
Initially, when they set it up, they had men serving and selling, you know, and eventually this, this doesn't make sense. This is only for women, then they have men sitting in there selling undergarments of women to women.
Get rid of all the men, so
only women working in there. So that is the soup. Only women from beginning to end.
Is that wrong? No, no, you can do that. No problem, if that's what the society prefers, and feels most comfortable with fine. But then the other societies or other places where they have marketplace marketplaces, where both men and women are in, they're
going to buy things, men and women, men and women are selling things. Yeah.
Which existed in the time of the Prophet Muhammad.
Do we now say that one is wrong, we should close those down and only have
women's markets and men's markets completely separate.
If this society decides to go that way.
If the society decides to make a decision that we don't need women to be driving,
we have men to provide for them.
It's fine, they get they have the right to make that decision.
And if later on, they decide well,
we can let go and drive driving all over the rest of the world. Women rode camels in the time of the Prophet salla not a problem that
can be done also.
I would prefer to follow whatever is the norm, or whatever is preferable in a given society, or given community. You know, we should have that flexibility I feel to be able to
live, to be able to
Practice your Islam, my Islam
in all of the various circumstances of life.
Briefly, our next guest is waiting as well. But
if we may, there is another question that says
this game directed at yourself shift would be what is the ruling on women who normally leave their husband's house and go abroad to work? are such still regarded as wives? And shall if we can give that
a brief unsession?
I'm not quite sure about that question. Could you repeat, please? So the person says, What would the ruling be on women who normally leave their husband's house and go abroad to work? So probably leave meaning that they need the country they took jobs overseas,
but by themselves without them with them? Or without the company, the accompany of their husbands? From a halal perspective,
halal Haram, is that permitted? And the person is asking the question as well, would this still be regarded as wives In other words, as their marriage still intact?
I mean, obviously, if the woman leaves the home with her husband's permission, I mean, it's not that she has just left disappeared, you know, so now you're questioning Is she still a wife or not? And, you
know, if the husband has permitted her to go, then obviously, she is still a wife.
It doesn't affect her marriage in that way.
Now, the issue of her
going to a foreign land
that issue in general is an issue of danger
He is on our own.
And many women are abused in these kinds of circumstances as maids, etc. If they go in that capacity, of course, if they go in higher capacities, you know, as managers or whatever, then this is a different situation.
For her presence in that foreign land, does she require maharam? No.
My home is required for travel when she leaves her place and is going to the other location. But
in terms of when she is in that other location, is that she is she required to have a microphone there, for example, if her husband can pop into there, too, you know, another country, and then she took up work there for some period of time, whatever.
Is he required to stay there with her? No, it's not.
So issues of Is she still alive? There is no issue is not a question.
In this context, this is not a relevant question in this context.
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Marcus Hello Quran, Sunnah in South Africa and the great speakers that we had earlier. As for inshallah, the reminder I'll give you will be brief inshallah I know it's been a long week period for everyone. It's about some of the great personalities of female personalities in our religion in Islam. And that it's great for us, especially for our sisters, to understand the importance of having female having female role models that they could look at and they can emulate.
And a lot of bloodmeal Sato Salam ala rasulillah, Allah Allah He was happy he Jemaine. So as for my topic, as I mentioned earlier, it's going to be about the importance of looking at some of these female role models for our sisters, for our brothers and for everyone at large. And this is an important topic for us, especially during this time, when there's a great need to have role models. Allah subhanaw taala has honored the human beings Allah has honored the children of Adam. As the last panel Tyler sees what are called columna Bernie announcing wl Buhari. What is the final home Allah says we have honored the children of Adam Allah has honored all of us allies honored all of
the children of Adam. Our father Adam was honored our mother, however was honored and that it is only because of our sins and because of our disobedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala where Allah says Filmora other than apple in us for surfing. Because of that we become the lowest of the surfing the lowest of creation, as we see a role model
Something that we need the messenger sallallahu wasallam was the best role model for us as Allah subhanho wa Taala says the Hyundai kona leconfield are sued in Switzerland Hasina Newman carniola de la jolla. Indeed in the Messenger of Allah, you have the best of example, you have in the best of example, in the messengers of Allah Holly or send them and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was also commanded to follow the way of the prophets that came before him, as Allah says to him from Al hanaa, in ak teviot millet, Ibrahim hanifa that Allah says follow the way of Ibrahim al Hanif Ibrahim hanifa. So as for the women, some of these great woman personalities in the history
of mankind in the history of Islam, the messengers of Allah, they will send them while he was with his companions. One day he put four lines on the ground, and he said to the companions to Luna mer, Heather, do you know what these lines are? Then the companions they said a lot of solo who Island a lot in his messenger know best alone is messenger and obus. Then the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, Of Logan, he say,
the most virtuous of the women of Jannah the messenger sallallahu Sallam said they are honey colleges have been to hoilett they are Khadija Felton would have been to Mohammed Salalah alayhi wa sallam see them as our him and Maria Maria Binta Imran Marie Emma been to Emraan these are the four Greatest Women of Gen. eyeshadow, the A lot of what she said to Fatima, she said to her a little bit superficial. I'm going to give you good news. Should I not give you a good news? Then Felton has said What is this good news that you are referring to what is this good news that you're referring to? She said in nice admitted to Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, I heard the Messenger of Allah
sallallahu wasallam saying that see you there to me say
that the most honorable women, the most virtuous women of gender are out of balance therefore and he mentioned Maria deja felt ma you mentioned ESEA so these are women that their favorite Allah subhanaw taala favorite these women. And Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one who chooses what a bouquet of a local nyesha after your Lord chooses and your Lord creates as he wants and what he wants. And as for the virtue of
Ayesha, she is very virtuous as well. Were the messengers some of the lie that was sent them said about her in the formula Ayesha indeed the virtue of Ayesha I let me say, above all other women. It is like a father of three the LSAT is like how virtuous this dish of fried is, over all the other types of food. So in sha Allah, just a brief reminder, about will be these five exceptional women, these five women that Allah subhanaw taala chose, and these women, they were chosen because of their actions because of their obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala in colloquium in the law at Qualcomm, indeed, those that are most honorable in the sight of Allah are the ones that have the most tough
work are the ones that have the most tough work. So if we look at and you know, as Dr. Blair said, and show us in dimension, a lot of points that will suffice us is that being a good Muslim woman? We must understand what Allah wants from us. What What does Allah want from us what is expected from us, and Subhana life you look at these five women, they all came with such great qualities and attributes. If you look at Asya for example, Asya is Emiratis round she was the wife of Pharaoh. She was given all of the luxurious things anyone could imagine. She lived in the greatest palace. She had all types of jewelry and gold and silver. She had the most expensive clothes and she lived in
the greatest rooms and bedrooms, but yet Allah subhana wa tada honored her because of her obedience to Him. And as here she took care of Mossad a Salaam as a child, and a lot mentioned this story in certain classes when Allah subhanaw taala says, we'll call it morality for our for our terrain in the Wallach Natasha tolu when she saw this young child in the cradle, she said that hola to a new one. This child brings the comfort to my eyes letter.
Who do not harm him? Do not kill this child. I said I and find out perhaps this child will benefit us on a tequila whether we may take him as a child. So Asya was responsible for saving more Sally's and then she was the wife of Pharaoh. But yet when she heard the message of Moosa, the message of tawheed, because frown will publicly challenge Moosa when he said to him, Pilar from honorable camellia Moosa, Pilar abouna Levy, Kula Shea in Hong Kong from Mad pile FM burden hold on an older pilot anymore under a beefy keytab li yet, he will challenge Moosa, who is Rob Bula alameen. From Robben Island. I mean, who was horrible I mean Mossad is and I won't answer this an asset she heard
the message of Mossad and so on. And she liked the message of law in a in a lot because her husband would claim another book woman, Allah, your Lord, but she took the message of no silent salon and she chose what is with Allah subhanho wa Taala. She chose the alpha over this world when Pharaoh and found out that his own wife accepted the message and the religion of Mossad He said He punished her and he eventually killed her. And when he was killing her, as he began to smile, she began to smile. So for our women, the people around her did not understand why she smiled. Why is she smiling? What is making her happy, and she made the right to Allah subhanaw taala at the time of her death, she
made to our to Allah subhanho wa Taala and that Allah subhana wa tada tells us what this dryer is and before and what Allah subhanaw taala says, well, horrible laahu method and lilla Dena Emma no merata thrown in the hall at the beginning in the debate and feagin when a genie Minister onawa Emily, he went to Genie minum home environment. She made this up and Allah says and tells us well loadable level method and lilina
an example for them. An example a role model for them. For the people who have faith men and women. They live in Amman Emiratis around is the wife of Pharaoh is a call it Labine when she said My Lord, build for me a mansion build for me a house in general, when a genie and save me Mithra own. Well, I met her He saved me from his actions and save me from the people that are oppressors when a journeyman and home and violent mean. So look at us here. Allah gave her everything in this world. But yet she chose what is with a lot because she knew that the message of Masada Santa was the truth. It was from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And she chose the ACA over this world even if it means
losing everything. Once she accepted the Dean of Masada, salaam, she lost everything. She lost all of her belongings, she lost everything that belonged to her and she actually lost her own life. She lost her life because of her faith in Allah subhanho wa Taala and a lot of tools in the Quran. Women a nassima Yes, sure enough, so but the law amaravati learn
from the people there are those who have given everything they have seeking allies pleasure. Sia was from them, those who chose the after those who chose a lover or things, but it took the field on and higher to dunya well, Pharaoh to Hiroo a Dakar in the head and f is sort of an older, sort of Ibrahima Moosa, Allah says belt Pharaoh, now you are choosing this world. As a Muslim woman, as a sister, as a mother, you have to understand that regardless of what happens to you in this world, from the luxuries, if this will interfere with the beat, to the beat in our last panel, Tyler in this will interfere with your being a lover as a virgin, but rather you should be our last panel
with Tyler. And this and just this is just an example of the life of asiya what she has done for us, all of us in Charlotte to benefit from and to understand in the light Allah.
If we look at and we mentioned five women, so these five women that are mentioned in the two Ahadi, they are Maria Khadija, Fatima Ayesha and Asya Asya was a woman. If we look at her life, she sacrificed everything that she had for full
The truth for following the message of Musa a Salaam even if it costs at her own life. Now if you look at the example of one of these other women, if we look at, for example, how deja helenium to hoilett she was the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she was a rich business woman, but at the same time, she was modest. At the same time, she was honorable. At the same time, she was a good wife to the messenger. sallallahu senlin. She was a good mother, and the messenger sallallahu Sallam loved her so much, honored her so much. And he said about her, that she believed in me when the people rejected me. She gave me comfort. When the people rejected me on the one that people
threw me away, she gave me comfort, and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, upon receiving the first revelations that came down to him, he went to his supporting wife, he went to Egypt. And he said, there is me loonies and Maloney definitely, definitely Cover me cover me, he went to his wife for support. And she gave him the confidence when she said to him, Kela upset for one lucky, nothing will happen to a swear by Allah, lady whose equal love wherever there are law who will not disgrace you Allah will not harm you, for Allah in there can attest to God or him. You are a person who connects with his family with a so called Hadith. You are known for being truthful, you are
known for being honorable he was Mohammed Amin. He was the one that who was truthful, even before he became a prophet, and hadiya supported him. So as women, as Muslim women are respected sisters in Islam, know that the sky's the limit. You could be a successful businesswoman. You could have a lot of wealth, but at the same time, you could be a supporting wife, you could be a loving mother. Why do we limit ourselves some of our sisters today, they have to choose between being a wife or being a successful person, you could do both. You could go to school and be very successful as Khadija was a successful businesswoman. But at the same time, she was a loving parent. At the same time, she was a
supportive spouse to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. If we look at now, the third woman because of the sake of the time, I'll try to just reuse just give a summary of one of some of the things that I wanted to capture is that if we look at Fatima, Fatima, who is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, she is the youngest daughter that the messenger sallallahu Sallam had and felt him out. She grew up in Islam. She was at the age of five and the messenger cellulitis and then became a prophet. So she grew up in the house of prophethood felt not only allowed on her, she was the most beloved child and the messenger sallallahu send them he loved her so much. To the extent
that the companions we'll see that she resembled the way the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would look. She resembled the way he taught. She resembled the way he walked. Fatima was a brave daughter, when Abuja hell and the Horatio wanted to humiliate the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They wanted to degrade Him. And He said to Salaam, where would you have said, who will bring the intestines, the stomach of the camel and put it on top of Mohammed salado send them when he's making surgery. So some of the whorish came and dumped all this filth and the intestines and the stomach and everything on the back of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam felt that being a young girl. Look how brave she is. We
should teach our daughters the story of Feldman how brave she was when she ran to her father, and she took everything out and she wanted to protect her father, and the messenger sallallahu Sallam told me I felt that as for your father, a lower protect him a lower protect him, but look how brave she was. Felton up is a special person Fatima is a person in which the Prophet sallallaahu send them said, felt them out. My lineage will go through the children of Fatima it will go through the children are felt in it through Hassan and Hussein. This is the these are the descendants of the Prophet sallallahu sending them it will go through Fatima and that the messenger sallallahu wasallam
would honor Fatima where sometimes they when he sits with his wives when Fatima comes he would stand up greet her hug her and make her sit in her place. You would honor her as a daughter. And among this towards the end of the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he was with his wives and Fatima came, he greeted her and he told her something and felt and I started to cry when he told her this. Then afterwards he said he whispered something else to her and she began to become happy.
After the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
said, Yeah, I felt that during that day Do you remember the day when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came up and he says something to you? And you started to cry, and he says something to you and you became happy? What did he tell you? What did he tell you felt and one of the line actually said that my father told me that he will die from this illness. His time in this world will be very short. He is about to approach his death. And as a loving daughter she became she began to cry. Then afterwards, he said, All Fatima You are the first from my family that will join me Who are the first my family that will join me and fell from a data right afterwards, within six months, less than six
months of the death of her father, Falcon one of the Lionheart, she, she died, she died and the messenger Salalah I never send them. If we look at the monastic There are so much virtues. Felton has that the messenger sallallahu Sallam said there today an angel came to me and entered from the heavens, a place he has not entered before. And the angel came to me gave me Salaam and told me that give you the good news that felt the machines from the sea that she is from the novel, most honorable women of gender and her sons has an interest in our from the leaders of the youth of gentlemen, this is from the virtue of again of feltner the virtue of idg This is the blessed family.
This is a blessed family. If we look at all of these five women, what did they share in common? They are connected to from the great profits. If we look at Asya she is the one that raised musala insulin, if we look at now, Feldman hadiza Feltham is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Khadija is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Ayesha is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and Miriam is the mother of Isa nice to learn these five great women. They're connected to oral as women or Russell. They're connected to the five great messengers, the five great messengers in which Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us in many parts of the Quran, as Allah
says, with a hug laminin Naveen, me felco home woman Columbian nor hen, what you bought are hemo or moose worries 70 Imodium, while hunting them in homie Felton on the bar. These are all as five messengers. You have no you have Ibrahim, you have moose. You have a San Jamar, you have Mohammed Salah liner Salim and all these five women, they're connected to these great five messengers. So now if we look at Ayesha Ayesha, she was the most beloved person for the Prophet sallallahu send them she was his wife. She was the one in which she carried all sorts of ahaadeeth she carried a lot of Hadith to the Ummah, because she was spent so much time with the Prophet sallallahu. They were
selling them. And she was a severe carpenter. So she was the truthful one, who is adorable look acidic, and the messenger sallallahu wasallam. loved her, and the messenger, so Law Center would honor I shall not be alarmed. And that, as I'm able to ask informs us I'm a little behind us, was from those who were from the greatest enemies of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But Allah chose him and he made him a Muslim. When he became a Muslim, he became very close to the Prophet sallallahu send them to us said terms of that. I believe the Prophet loves me more than anyone else. I believe the Prophet loves me more than anyone else. And that in a public area, he asked the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said, Hey, you know, like, who from the people do you love the most? Who do you love the most? And he said, publicly, he said, I Isha. I love it the most. Then I'm going to set Minoru jail. How about from the men? Then he said, I blew her I love her father. bouhanni said I love her father. Then I'm going to said, Who's next? He said, Omar on the alarm. So I'm going to ask, you wanted to ask the Prophet sallallahu Sallam but the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he expressed his love for his wife Ayesha, and there is no wrong there is no harm in doing that. There is there is no wrong if a man expresses his love, and says I love my wife. I love
my husband. I love my children. These are all things that are allowed. As for Ayesha, she was from the scholars of the companions. She was the most and knowledgeable woman and this woman. She was among the amount of the companions many many great companions with come to Ayesha would ask her questions would come to Ayesha and ask her for fatwah many of the great companions
The line has shared so much time with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and through the ahaadeeth of Ayesha, we extract and we learn so many rulings of fit. Just to give you an example. I said on the line, she became very sick one time, she had an extreme headache. And she said, my head, my head, my head really hurts. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and this shows from his good manners, the prophet alayhi salaatu, wa Salaam, he said, and he was joking with her. He said, Yeah, Isha. How would you feel? how honored would it be that if you die, the prophet of Allah, would wash you and would bury you. And he was when he was joking with her, just from this conversation between ice and
the Prophet Salas. And then, the scholars a fifth extract that the ruling that a man is allowed to wash the body of his wife that passed away. So many other benefits we learn through Ayesha and the other omo hat and meaning that without them, we would not actually know how was the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at home? How is the Prophet with his wives? How is he with his family? What was his mannerism at home and the messenger solarstone will play with Asia. Another incident is that when they were traveling, and the messenger went out for an expedition, he told his companions to go ahead and to move forward in their travel. Then he asked Ayesha les race, he has a shirtless race.
He wants to race with his wife. Look at this beautiful love. This is what marriage is about. This is what having this love between a wife and a husband is he has a HLS race and I said that when the messenger beat me, because I started to become heavy as it became older became heavy. And the messenger sallallahu Sallam told Asia this, this is one for one up me before but now I got you back and we're even this is the the loving character of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, I shall was knowledgeable, I shall as always obey. He said that. And he was from the students of Asia and he is from the seven the seven grateful called Medina where he said that I've listened to the lectures and
and the hood buzz of many of the great companions. But I've never listened to a person who is more articulate a person who is more knowledgeable in terms of having a command of the of the Arabic language that I shall. I shall not only was she a scholar of Islam, she was also a master of the Arabic language. She was a master of poetry, and she was also a master of medicine. So look at this, the sky's the limit for our daughters, for our sisters, for our mothers, for aunts, why do we have to limit ourselves? I she was a scholar of Hadith a scholar of the religion, but also she was a scholar of the language. She also was a scholar of medicine, the sky's the limit. You could become a
person who's successful in this world at the same time become an honorable person, a knowledgeable person in Islam. There we shouldn't set these limits and was received from ah and she reported and she was from the companions are reported more than 1000 Howdy. She report over 2000 A Heidi and she was from the Mk 13 those who reported the most Heidi as as a member of CLT says in his and fi where it says well look for everyone for you to wire to Arthur. Abbey hora really ignore wellness and well battle Calgary were jabiru was OSHA 10 nebby SEO dimension xojo 10 Mb Ayesha she is a top seven companions among the top seven reported the most Ahadi many of the ahaadeeth we find if you look at
Buhari if you look at Muslim, you look at the other books of Hadith one eyeshadow, one I just had this she was a special person. She was a person of knowledge. She was a person of wisdom. And she is a great example for all of us, all of us to to emulate and to follow in her footsteps. May Allah be pleased. May Allah be pleased with all of them, may Allah as the region be pleased with all of them.
As for the fifth person, or the fifth woman that we want to discuss into about her life is the great Madame Madame Ubuntu and Brian Marian, the daughter of imraan Maria, the mother of Isa and he Salaam, Allah subhanho wa Taala chose Maria.
Allah chose the family of Maria and a lot tells us in Surah, Allah Emraan the third chapter, it is called the chapter
The family of embroideries the family of Miriam. Because embrun was her father where Allah says in the law stuff Adam, Allah chose Adam were no hand while Ibrahim while in Milan, I mean, Allah chose Adam. Allah chose Noah. Allah chose the family of Ibrahim and ally chose the family of imraan. Allah Allah Allah made over all of the creation.
And Brian was,
was an obedient servant of Allah was a religious person was a knowledgeable person. He is the father of mme. And that Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us of the birth of money in hand now, which is the mother of Maria and Ron, they were unable to have children.
It took a very long time for them to have children.
So she made the right to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when she finally became pregnant, and this is the lesson, that sometimes it is it does not mean that you have to have children within the first year or two years. There are a lot of couples that have children after many years afterwards. We have to be patient. We shouldn't blame the wife nor should we blame the husband. Because having children is a gift from Allah subhanaw taala having children is something only Allah could give.
As Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about the children. Yeah, bully mania show in Africa. Well, yeah, heavily mania show. Cool. Oh, use a word your home look, Corona was in Africa, where Geraldo
Allah says, Yeah, budimir show Allah and Allah uses the verb you have Allah uses the word gift, Allah will give as a gift to whomever he wants daughters, and Allah will give as a gift sons. I'll use a widget Han and others Allah would give daughters and sons were alumina show akima and some he would make barren. Some people will not have children. Regardless of how many times you get married, regardless of how many times you try. If Allah does not decree for you to have children, you will not have children. So when Miriam's mother and father, when they found out when Emraan found out that his wife was pregnant when she found and they found that she was pregnant, a lot of scenes with
pilots and merata imraan probably in Nina Vera to let k Murphy Bonnie mojarra. For Taco Bell, many, she said Oh Allah, I dedicate whatever is in my womb for you for your service. I will make this child grew up in the masjid. This child will be in your service for the cowbell mini except for me, in the semi olallie Allah You're the one who hears everything and you are the knower of everything. Then Allah subhana wa Taala
tells us for LML or to her pilot but I'd be in new to her on one long island will be male but what he said
when she finally gave birth, she was anticipating she was thinking that this will be a boy will be it will be a boy. So when she had fallen mother to her college she set up in your data center Oh ally I've given birth to a girl
and unless is one law on the memo that Allah truly knows that she gave birth to Allah chose that. But Allah did not give a law gave her a daughter. She gave a law gave her a daughter that would change the world. This daughter that would have
a son who will be from the greatest human beings from the great messengers. And she said well I said the curriculum fair. were nice to me too. Hi Maria. I have given her the name Maria means it is a it is like Emma Tila it is the sea of growth a lot that somebody means we're in your ego has become
I seek refuge in You that You protect her and her children. Mina shield final regime from the curse Satan and the messenger sallallahu Sallam informed this when he said that Mammon mo eluding you that the Illa was shaped by there is not a child that is born except for a shelf on the MSO Hina unit she upon with touch this child and because of that, the touching of a shell bone the child comes out of the womb screaming except for Maria and her child. He said because of the death of the mother of Nottingham. Let us
not underestimate the power of the regardless of your situation the power of
Allah will accept your Allah will change things that will happen to you in your life because of your sincere because of your sincere desire and the last final Tyler took care of Miriam for Taco Bell ahora Bolin Hassan. Allah said that he took care of Maria Maria she grew up. She grew up in the masjid, she grew up, and she was well mannered. And she was known for her a bad even at a young age. One better hair, no better has an aunt she grew up in a very good way. worker fella has a career and a lot of means a career be her caretaker, Zakaria, as some of the scholars they see as a career was married to the maternal aunt of Miriam. She was married to the maternal aunt of Maria.
Kula, Allah. Allah has a Korean Maharaja whenever the Korea would enter into the place of worship where her metta were places she would make it better. Whether they're in the Harris or he would find with her there is provision. She always has food she has the fruits that are not in season, because as we know, in that part of the world, and many parts of the world, there are certain fruits and crops that only grow in the springtime, others grow in the fall time. So she would have fruits, that would be an out of season and the courier said, Alia Maria lakia, who gave you this, the fruits the food that you're eating is not sold in the market. It is not in season, Who gave you this. She said
Carla, who I mean in the law, this is from Allah subhanaw taala. In the light of the Khomeini show of your age, when Allah give something he gives, without account, Allah gives without account in the light as a harmonious Show, The lady said,
because of the drought of this young girl, Medina at that time was 910 years old, she was very young. The key is a prophet at this time, he is the leader of Benny, so it is the Prophet.
The carrier heard this. And he this impacted him
as a carrier for the longest of time, he's trying to have a child. And this time he's an old man, he is in his 70s Perhaps he's in his 80s. He's an older man,
than at this time, who knows that as a courier back, when you heard this draft for when he heard what medium told him, it impacted him. When money was said, this is from Allah and Allah gives without account, a lower give without accounting, meaning that a low would give you anything you please. And more than that, in the lawyers of Romania will be ready, he said. So this one here heard this, the courier said, me glad to Allah punakha as a carrier of the kilometer to Allah, Allah be heavily militant cavalry, oh, Allah give me a righteous child, then I'll accept that this is liquid the impact a young child had on a profit. Let us not underestimate our children. They're seven,
eight years old 10 1215 they could change your life money impacted the profits every year. And he made a lot gives a career. Yeah. Allah gives a career. Yeah. So my brothers and sisters, there's a lot of great examples, woman personalities in Islam, that we see that we need to emulate, we need to follow. And we need to have role models. There's a lot there's a lot of role models that are missing the lives of young Muslims, men and women, we need to have these role models when you have a role model you could see and you get to try to imitate in their steps, try to be like them. And we see these five great women, each woman deserves a lecture on our own, and a series of lectures. This is
just a brief snippet of part of their life. And that a Pinus is to understand that how do we achieve how do we achieve the ranks of these women? A lot chose them for their servitude. A lot of chose them not because of the color of their skin, not because of their family. A lot chose them because they were from the carnitine ally chose them because they had they were more knowledgeable than us. What could we do as young Muslim women, men, parents, siblings, neighbors, we all have to learn more about Allah subhanaw taala it is incumbent upon all of us to learn more about Allah. The more we learn about Allah as religion, the more we are more fearful of Allah, the more we would our a bad
our Salah will become stronger because we know about Allah subhanaw taala in Ma sha Allah I mean a Burning Man, those who fear Allah fearing that is Allah is deserving of are the scholars
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam informed us of how when the prophets died, they don't leave behind gold or silver. When prophets died, they do not leave behind gold or silver.
But they leave behind knowledge and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, no matter what, MBA, we're in an MBA lm you are referring to the now and what I did when Mr. Oracle and the scholars are the inheritors of the profits, and the profits Do not leave behind gold or silver, but they leave behind knowledge. If you look at the if you look at the earliest scholars of Islam, many of the prominent scholars or women, many of them a woman should look at the grid for emammal Abu hanifa Imam Malik, Amanda Shafi, Ahmed Mohammed, they were orphan and their mother took care of them. Their mothers were the ones who helped them in seeking knowledge, who sacrificed everything for them. So
there is a great role. The Muslim woman is the most important person in the community. And the Muslim woman is honored by our last panel Tyler, it is only through Islam, that we can honor Allah subhanho wa Taala knows what is good for us. Allah Yeah, I don't know man. Holla who will have the full Javier Allah knows his creation, whatever Allah commands is good for us. Whatever Allah forbids is not good for us. And this because Allah subhanho wa Taala is our hammer Rahim. Allah is loving to us allies caring for us, when the messenger salallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he's close with his companions, and the young girl who lost her child was looking for her child was looking for her
child. And she finally found the child and we know how, how, what a great feeling it is, what sorrow, what grieve we have when a child is lost, she found this child and she grabbed the child and she hugged the child. And she comforted the child and the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam said, Do you see this woman with this woman ever throw her child into the Hellfire? And they said no. How could this woman throw her child and he said Allah. Allah is more merciful to us than this woman is to her child. So Allah is merciful to us. Allah Rahim, Allah is a man but we need to know about the last kind of data we need to know about Allah nebby where the and the analog photo Rahim one that'd
be COVID le one other be Hola.
So upon a certain sense, you have to seek knowledge and to know that Allah Subhana Allah has made honestly Allah has made easy for the woman to enter agenda. Allah has made easy for the woman to enter all gates of gender where the Prophet sallallaahu send them said to us in our son little murottal Hamza hair, while Simon Shahada her. We're happy that Florida hair while part is over.
Half the women praise her five daily prayers. And she fasted the month of Ramadan. And she guards of private part she should be she's modest. She guards herself, she guards her modesty. She does not for Nikki, she does not.
She guards herself. While bardzo Jan she obeys her husband, he
will be set to her enter from any of the eight gates of gender. This is Veronica for the new law he UT he may your shirt Misha will law
or the We ask Allah Subhana Allah to guide all of us who ask Allah to rectify our affairs. We ask Allah to make our life easier for us. We ask Allah that He unites us in general with the righteous people from the prophets and those who said the Aquino Shahada was sila he
Dinner We are glad that you very diligently had taken over Russia like your topic. So I don't know if you introduce yourself your shift and when you started, welcome dinner to our honorable viewers globally, wherever they may be 100 in that you just listened to our honorable Sherif and brother. She has an Hamad who is an Imam and a hottie. All the way joining us this evening. Uh well it's the afternoon where the shift is
from the state of Virginia. In the United States the shift is any moment and Kathy and also Masha Allah a graduate of the faculty of Hadith about a kilo of fecal so she has an offhanded in that you really added I listened Mashallah to some of the advices
Which was shared on this topic, unless a panel with the additive increase, bless you, your chef, Chef Epson
Baraka Luffy. Come for your valued and appreciated participation with us today. And if we look at the context of our women in the society, we're currently living in a world society and women globally within the modern day era. What advice would they be happy like a law in terms of what you just talked about now, looking into perspective of the women of the righteous predecessor's mahat meaning from the mothers of the believers and then we mentioned the verses pertaining to Surah, Maryam and as the etc. What do other women take from that today? How they can try because some people think that we can only emulate based upon the time and the year but not based upon our
current situation, what advice to be given that regard.
Now, my advice I would give them is that if you look at all these women, they all had special characteristics. And there are many ways of entering gender. It is it is not necessarily that you have to be a scholar to enter gender. Some of these women, they were good mothers, the example of Miriam and Khadija others, they were good daughters, like Medina and felt him. Ayesha. Others were businesswoman Khadija, she used her financial ability to help the Tao of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So there are many ways of pleasing Allah subhanaw taala. And being a good mother is from the greatest types of a bad because the mother is the most important person in the society. The
mother is the one that brings out the next generation. And that's why when the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave us these small words. In a sunlit in Morocco, Hamza, she prays for five daily prayers and she fasts a month, the month of Ramadan, and she guards herself and she obeys her husband, she is good to her family, she will enter all good some gentlemen, because this is the most important role of the woman. And only we find, if we look at just the history of Western civilization and how women were treated just 50 years ago, 60 years ago, but rather, in Islam, Islam honored women, from the beginning, a lot honored the women in the last panel to either clue the
speech of the prophets on the line and send them the importance of women. So inshallah There are many ways to please Allah subhanho wa Taala and look at yourself, and ask yourself, what can I do in order to be our last panel title could I do in order to help this hour of Islam and convey to the next generation
Kumbaya and also should have said, What advice would there be in terms of Mashallah, you highlighted an important topic that my mother always taught me need a shout your love of Tana and she is one of the if we were to say the top five narrators of Hadith, amongst whenever we would open up like a Muslim, for those who would be familiar with the books of Hadith, etc. What type of motivation and encouragement do we give to our Muslim women,
young and old, to be part and parcel of those who are owners in seeking knowledge of Islam? Because when we look at our noble mother inshallah
she was an Anima. She was a Tia, as is mentioned, they will kind of took tea, when she was asked about religious matters. How do we give encouragement to other women folk to follow in pursuit of the study, and acquisition of Islamic knowledge? What encouragement do we get that they too may become leaders of society, but leaders in their homes, to their families to their children's.
Now, if we look at just the history of some of the narratives in these ahaadeeth, if we look at the history of the early Muslims, many of the women were scholars, and many of the great Imams, if you look at their chain, who come through a woman, they would look to these women that were known for their knowledge. So this is something that if you look at Islamic history of Islam, in all generations and times you find that there are women that hold the highest level of ages when it comes to the color of the hair and there are women that had the highest ages will
comes to sympathizers a Muslim. So in Islam we encourage we're almost we're encouraged to learn and learning is fundamental is for both men and women. And the messenger sallallahu Sallam said, Paul is for either adequately Muslim Sikh Knights under the Torah upon every single Muslim. So this has always been encouraged. But this is you find that this is something that comes later on in the recent times where women are being discouraged to seek knowledge. But if you go back in the early parts of Islam and throughout the history of Islam, women were always encouraged to seek knowledge and to become from the people of knowledge.
we have a little bit of a surprise, as we would think impromptu surprise, whereby we will be joined right now by the young, very talented Connie, from Minnesota in the US and that is none other than Tyree Han Mashallah.
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In reference to the mothers and the sisters and
your family members and everyone around the world? Well, I all I have to say to my brothers and sisters watching this is
nowadays we've seen in our communities that we've been far away from the poor and, and the dean, a lot of people are preferring secular education over religious education. And they wonder why is our house you know, why is a house not like not functioning? Well? Why is it there is no rule in our house, there's no light in our house, you know, and now in my advice to these families is the more you put time into it and the more you give to these institutions and organizations, the more money you give the most of the court, the more you give to the deen of Allah subhanaw taala the more it gives back to you, you'll see the change in your life, your house will be lit up there will be so
much light in your house will be so much more. It's the way you raise your kids inshallah I urged parents to you know, to raise their kids with high money inshallah, let's stay away from hard money $1 you make the Holloway is better than you making hundreds and 1000s in the hot online. So always remember that there's always been a cat doing everything the right way. So inshallah My advice to these parents is instead of focusing so much on the secular education of the, your, your son or daughter you should focus on the deen the or and the maracas the messages putting a lot of money into there, though the place where you invest into the more you invest into one place, the more you
get back in sha Allah that's all I have to say. The bulk of the Quran is amazing. Speaking of myself, if I leave the Quran for one day if I have not received at least a juicer To this day, I feel so dark like there's so much light like my days so heavy as if I'm carrying a huge burden. Like you feel that way but the day I say even like couple pages of the Quran will live my day is so positive there's so much positivity, so much happiness
Sad you know, the more you connect with lost pinatas words The more you see back in your life so these are the wise words are told the parents and the students here in the kids control
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melas bless you in terms of everything that you do as a shining example for the youth out there within your home country in the US and abroad, Mashallah. I love you, and inshallah we would, as they say, they've been away now already. But next week, Saturday.
We're having a special program with cardiac and other guests, dedicated to the youth. But also Everyone is welcome and shout out to Adam, on reconnecting with us. And how we're made good beneficial believers for the pleasure of Allah Subhana Allah to enter, such as like a little setup, having mela bless you, and we're looking forward to seeing you again next week. I mean, inshallah, does that mean luck here on
your show, la corona and everything
like that. We'd love to be there and you must check out the site as well You shall masculine show.
Baraka Luffy comm So we thank our dear Kati Burnham, who joined us very briefly for quite a melodious recitation of the novel all the way from the Minnesota State within the US Alhamdulillah. My dear brothers and sisters in Islam, we would now be joined again in the next few moments by Shia Hasson, who would be elaborating on some of the verses which country I met had recited but inshallah to enter that once we do wait for chef, we would like to emphasize My dear brothers and sisters, as I met indicated as well to the importance of reconnecting ourselves not only with the book of Allah subhana wa Adana, with the deal of Allah azza wa jal with the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu
esslyn. We do so by reconnecting to the organizations who are involved in spreading the word of data, and involved in teaching and educating people and supporting these initiatives, as cardiologist mentioned now, see, the importance of us aiding these institutions and organizations like we like ourselves at Medical Center, we urge everyone to try their level best to support the work we do the projects to donate generously where they can, and to help us improve the lives of others within the Muslim Ummah globally so that they may be able to learn the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala and gain empowerment through these particular efforts that we do, whether it's the online
teaching, whether it is the closest that is conducted, whether it is the symposiums and all forms of good. In fact, Allah Subhana Allah tells us or call it a manual and do the good deeds for Seattle LA or Atlanta come and come the day of Chioma, Allah subhana wa tada and it will see, uh, let's go into notes amongst these creation, what I saw level and these noble messengers on the Learning Center, and all of the believers, they will see the good that you did in this dunya so we always rectified we always make sure that our intentions is sincere, we work in that for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah for Lilith, as she has said, if we were to give a synopsis of the verses which were
cited of solar money, we have specifically chosen those verses because it deals with with the topic with yourself and just know, are there any explanations you would like to give on those verses pertaining to money? Am I herself being a righteous slave of Allah, and then the transition that she went through becoming a mother, divinely by the war decree of Allah subhanaw taala? As I said, confiar could be and it is, that is the instruction of Allah. She said, that no man, let me assist the bishop, woman and ever touched me before. So how she couldn't perceive the idea of being able to conceive a child. But this is the winner of our last panel boy Tanner.
Beautiful, but it humbled me Allah bless him, and his teachers and his family, and everyone involved in this great initiative. I have like two or 3% remaining on my phone. But we shall do a quick review. Just a summary of the idea read. As for the is that he already is in sort of summary of the chapter is named after her audience and look at the importance and the honor Allah gave muddiman woman in the hood and they're sort of tunisair and there's also sort of
Money. And these are talking about what happened to her.
When this incident happened, that money and you can imagine this money comes from a very religious family. She's from alien Iran. Her aunt is the wife of the Prophet, at the times the courier will refer to as the carrier and the carrier was in in responsible for her. When she was a domesticated animal. She was a he should take care of her situation, and Martin's father in brown passed away as well. And that was the carrier became her guardian because millenniums father Nimrod passed away shortly after her birth. So now you have where Marie m she's a she's an obedient slave of Allah subhanho wa Taala She is known for her virtue she's known for righteousness. And Allah subhana wa
tada gives her this great gift and also test the gift of being the mother of Isa Ali Salaam, and also being tested, being tested with what's going to happen to her. And that Allah subhanho wa Taala chose Maria with the pilot in melodica, three moriyama in a lot of stuff acula chose you or for hurricane low purified you was the fact your island is saying I mean allergens or for all the women of creation.
And Allah commanded her Yama, Yama, Kahuna to Arabic, the obedient to Lord was Judy want to carry you should make June and record my rocking. So when this happened, and now the beginning of sort of deals with Zakaria making the Hunan Nikita as a carrier of basically made because what Martin said to him in the lawyers are familiar show
him what she needs. And that allows the panel to either listen to her.
Every now is one of the names of Gibran in turnersville Malaika to World War jabril came to her Bashar in Serbia, he came to her in the likes of a man that is completely built a man that has no deficiency verschuren severe. So now Maryam at this age is about 16 years of age 15 or 16 as the Mufasa didn't say that now she's a young girl, a man comes to her she's away from where she is where she's from. And a man comes through her What does she say? audits in me are all the bureaucracy. I seek refuge in the right man from you. Meaning that I am a chaste woman. I'm a modest woman. I have no business talking to a stranger. In New York. I seek refuge in a man in Kentucky if you're from
those who have Taqwa. Then what happens is that
jabril tells her that he is a messenger from Allah and given you the good news of a child, and mom said hello, is it possible? Well in your system, you Bashar and I haven't had any relationship with a man and I'm not one who for decades. Then jabril says or whatever Allah commands Allah commence, it is easier for Allah. It is easier for online MSL, or Isa in the like in the example of his toddlers like Adam, Allah said to him when he became vehicle, then jabril blows into the sleeve of Maria, that she conceived as a child. Again, she's under 16 years old. Then once she starts to become the time of labor, because what's going to happen is, after five, six months, you will see
the static to form that there's a child in there. And again, all of this is happening to a young girl who's known for her obedience. She's known for righteousness, and Allah tested her. So my brothers and sisters being tested as part of life. I learned the holofoil moto l hayata. Leah Blue komai komatsuna hemera. Allah created life in depth, so he may try us he may test us who amongst us is the best of deeds. She's tested with this. And yet when she goes she experiences the agony the pain of childbirth by herself, but a lot comforts her. Allah subhanaw taala comforts her and know that in them adversity Yusra, regardless of your situation, Allah will protect you, woman yet
tequila Raja if you have Taqwa of Allah if you're a lot, Allah will will find that
Way out for you, regardless of your situation. So Maria, now she has the child, as she has to face her community, she has to face her society. Look at the difficult situations in
which she went to her people at home. She went to her people, she didn't run away. She went to her people. Because if you are upon the truth, if you're upon the truth, Allah is with you. If Allah is with you, Allah will protect you, Allah will aid you, regardless of what you're going through. So when she went to the people, and they said to me after home, how is this possible? Your father is a noble man, religious man, your mom is a religious woman. How do you do this? How do you fornicate? How do you come with this child out of wedlock. But Dorothy she did it for a shout out in a she points to the child. There was a miracle given Teresa a Sarah, at this young age while he's in the
cradle, then this young child for a shout out he pointed to and that's it. They said how you care for him? How can we speak to a child in the cradle that he saw this that I'm smoking and he said that? In the Abdullah? Look at the way he describes himself, I am the slave of Allah tonyan keytab Allah has given me a book, which Island he nebbia and Allah has made me a prophet, which I didn't even move out I can Allah bless me in all of my life. Am I comfortable outside Eva Salatu was again, they had that the party, right? So we have to learn the lessons extracted from Quran and the Sunnah. So if you're a young girl, and you're the only one that wears hijab at school, know that Miriam is
an example for you. Marie went through this, she went through a bigger challenge, just because things seem to be strange. Know that as long as you're being allowed to handle Tada, you're paying this profit. This is where you would gain the meaning that is needed tranquility only comes from the liquor of olanzapine or Tyler and it'll be the killer in the pillow. The hearts find satisfaction in the liquor of the last panel with Akkadian, Allah kathira with vacuolar, the woman, the men dimension a lot and the human dimension a lot of this is the way for our salvation shallow as the last parameter Allah to bless us with our time.
Thank you for your patience. It's been a long seminar, many hours so May Allah bless you know that Allah will bless us for our efforts and that coming together and learning about the laws religion is the best thing we can all do. And this is the best thing for our world and the accurate as well as the last column to bless this blessing Marcus, and all of the teachers that are involved and everyone who's involved putting this great initiative together May Allah bless you may Allah honor you indeed, you have honored
and happy person, Allah subhanho wa Taala miss your efforts
need to be grateful for your presence with us today. Like you said it has been a long time but Mashallah there are still people viewing with us up until this moment. Allah bless them as well for their sacrifices yourself around will join us this evening and the chef asked him and Hakeem as well as a shift in Dr. Bernard Phillips have been a common ledger man, bless and protect all of you
it's honor that you joined us to share our views the shift has joined us all the way from the United States Mashallah having sacrificed time to be with us accepting the invitation which we sent by Columbia come check it out. We look forward to the special program we do have lined up for next week inshallah, with our other brothers, the machines handy to add.
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With that my dear brothers and sisters in Islam Alhamdulillah we come to a successful conclusion of our program this evening and other parts of the world that is quite late. But we have managed to successfully conduct this exclusive online symposium entitled the 21st century Muslim woman, the 21st century, aspiring Muslim, in light of the Quran and the Sunnah, how we uphold their honor, their dignity, how we continue to persevere, as people as the creation of a lot as worshipers of a lot as human beings on this earth, how we strive to uplift ourselves with knowledge with education.
And with goodness in this life which will eventually lead us and take us into the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala and his eternal abode he has prepared for the believers, the righteous males and the righteous females as Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us and the Noble Quran and so it does good deeds, whether it be military,
male or female, but provided with the sharp with the condition or movement while such an individual is a believer, male or female, Allah promises and listen to this My dear brothers and sisters and be snapped feather mushy and now
we will surely give them the good life everybody today talks about having a good life. Yet Allah subhana wa tada promises that he will give those who work hard for his pleasure and following the guidelines of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, He will bless them with good life in this world, inevitably leading to the eternal bliss of the after May Allah subhana wa tada grant myself and your honorable selves that I wish to thank you for joining us today on this special program and especially men, bless everyone who watched from the beginning until now and even those who just came and viewed for some minutes and the short time we know that it took a lot of time and ran for a few
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particular blessing, when he there is truly a solid. And when we go through a calamity or a difficulty or a strike or a trial, a test with their patience because of a sort of loss of love. I think you must send them this when the believer experiences good. There is goodness for him when he gets that when the experience is bad and he remains patient. Allah subhana wa Taala places goodness in his effect and the preferences when he said that that is not in movement except for the believer. So our job in the emirate movement in an AMA who couldn't affect cola who said How amazing is there a fair bit of edema? Absolutely every condition they find themselves in is good. And then the third
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