171 – Jumuah
Channel: Faaik Gamieldien
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171. Feb24, 2017
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hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah in mahana Stein, you know, and
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inshallah, I will translate the verse during the course of my lecture this morning, afternoon rather.
Today inshallah we're going to look at one of the Omaha to Muslim in the mothers of the believers, one of our mothers, allow strong refers to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam as the wives of the believers, mother sorry, the mothers of the believers
and today inshallah we are going to reflect upon the life of
the wife of the Nagisa Salam by the name of Omar Salah.
As you can hear,
she was the mother of Salma, but that was not her name, and name was Hinde kidney
a b omega omega, as you know, from travel magazine, very famous tribe, one of the big famous tribes in Makkah, so, she comes from a very noble background.
And she wrote the letter on her
was named No, this normally happens with it with the atoms. They give the mother's name, the mother of the first son,
and her first son, the eldest son was formed was Salama, Samos, Salomon, so she was given the name of Omar Salama, the mother of Salah, but the real name is Hindi. But this is the name given to her by the people in terms of they, the way they dressed women is that time, mothers are very important. Mothers will never dress by their names, mother's always addressed by being a mother of the Son, or if there is no sons and a daughter, then by the eldest daughter, it's a mark of respect for mothers. So it even starts with a name that we gave and call the mother.
a special name.
Any special name was Zadie rockin
Zed erotic? No, there is not a this is not a normal name. He was also from the tribe of assets from the same tribe, that his wife was from both of them from the same big tribe in Makkah. And he was given this name this name means that he recommends the provider to those who are travel
provider and how did he get this name? Whenever he used to travel in those in those years, people traveled a lot. And they traveled by camel and the travel over long distances. And whenever he traveled with any caravan, he used to make it a point of providing all the food for the duration of that journey. So he's to say I'm traveling with you, my fellow travelers, don't worry about food, I will provide all the food and he got this name zaraki meaning the provider of food for those who are traveling so Pinilla look and as I said last week, look at the law of the atoms look at their HELOC, which they had many people say, you know, Jackie Leah, means that people had no culture they had
nothing. No, there was a very strong culture of the development of character and as I said last week, allow for hunter to 53 years to develop the character of Mohamed Salah Lara Salah to make him a man lovable and likeable.
by others by the example that he said.
Alma Salama and husband abou Salama, he was called the father of Solomon. So both the names are linked to the eldest son. They were an extremely close knit family after the family of the Navy so solemn that accepted Islam that is Khadija and her children and his children. After that family, we we know that the whole family of visa Salaam accepted Islam together, all of them except Islam together, except it of course waited for about one or two or three days before he accepted Islam because the citizen of Islam, as I told you, that I want to think about this proposal. And when he thought about the proposal, the child hamdulillah accepted Islam. The second family to say
historically, where the whole family accepted Islam was the family of como Selma.
So it shows how connected and integrated and together the families were, in the time of the Navy Solo Solo.
When the father did something to the mother did it in the mother did something the children did it. Very, very close family relationships existed in the time of the Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And about 70 or 80% of the families at that time, who accepted Islam, accepted Islam completely and everybody accepted Islam not like today you find maybe the mother because Muslim, but the father doesn't want to become Muslim and the children or become Muslim or the brother because Muslim no at that time, if a member of the family something the whole family, who would agree and would follow that presence example.
We see that almost Selma.
And her husband abou Salama
was opposite nurseryman and rokeya, who made hegira to Harsha if he is to help you
All right. The procedure was to Abyssinia
when the oppression of the parade was very heavy on the new group of Muslims in Makkah and Ibiza Salaam instructed them to go to Abyssinia. The first family when as a family was automatically our son, him and his wife. And the second family that went as a whole family was the family of Oussama. So she went with the husband and she went with the children. She had four kids, and a husband and a son. And they went together to make ijarah on the instructions of the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So when when they were in hamartia, in Abyssinia, they got the news that all the Quraysh are accepted Islam that the whole of MCI become Muslim.
And how do they get this message? Then every Salam Salam had one day recited aloud surah to najem in the Haram
he was recited it so that everybody could hear that he was reciting surah to Nigel
and when the Navy Salam came to the end, for those of you have memorized it, the last words of the surah is first Judah lillahi wa boo, Allah allow swagger says and make sudo to Allah and worship Allah when the Navy Salaam Salaam recited this verse, all of the correct way to do it.
We will walk us through all five of idol worship, but with an emphasis on reciting this verse, every single person who was in the harem A Tribute so panela and this the essay shows the impact the words of the Quran had on anybody who understood the language and knew what it meant. So halala despite the fact that they were so affected by this was Judy makes Jude Law for a loss handler what I will do and worship him Allah was found that the only way to do
that is why Allah says in the Quran, lo and then the Quran Allah Javelin law Laurita Harshad Mutasa.
Allah Allah says lo and Zonda haga Quran if we're saying this for on on a mountain,
Laurita Harshad Mutasa, you'd have seen the mountain in fear
and crumbling to dust
out of the fear of allows pilots.
So this was the effect that the Quran had on every single person
Today non Muslims who listen to the Quran affected by the fraud. You see it on YouTube, many, many people they listen to the forum, Pamela,
even Donald Trump when
he dropped his head, the video they read for and he was at the function. And even he could see he was affected by the, by the words of the hotel. I don't know why I quoted him as an example. But be that as it may may be a good example.
So this news somehow traveled to Episode
Two the people had made hegira to say that Come on now, the whole of mccade Muslim come home. So they left they came home. And when they came in, obviously, they found out that it wasn't so that that was merely the impact of the Quran head on the Quraysh when the visa celebrated to them surah and Najib.
But at the time when they came back, there was a movement of emigration from Mecca to Medina, the Nepalese alum, had started
tearing the Sahaba to move to Medina. And most of the Muslims in Mecca moved secretly during the night because they were afraid that the courage would stop them, kill them,
deprive them of whatever they had, and so forth and so on. But for example, a man like Omar is, you know,
Rajaratnam when he was going to make Aegina he went to the Haram he went to the Bay to LA he stood there and he called the courage together and he said to the courage, any one of you want your mothers to miss you, or you want your children to be orphans, I'm leaving for tomorrow meet me behind this mountain.
If you want your children to be orphans, and your mothers to miss you, then meet me Of course, they were very afraid of Amara para de la tierra. So he was one of them who defied the Quraysh he was proud to be a Muslim. We didn't hide didn't sit on the fence, didn't run away, say no, this is me. This is what I am. I'm doing this. Because my Prophet Muhammad sallahu wa salam had commanded me to do it.
That is following the son of Hama social prophet and gives the command they follow it. Abu Salama decided to do the same thing.
Remember I said Abu Salah comes from a very large Saudi tribe of acid and his wife as well. And when he wanted to leave, he announced I'm leaving. I'm leaving and he was taking his son with him.
So as they were leaving the his wife's tribe, the tribe of almost Salama, the whole tribe came and said, excuses Wait, where you going?
Mousavi said I'm leaving. To join my Prophet Muhammad sallahu wa salam in Medina. They said, Fine, you can go. But you can't take one of us with you. Your wife belongs to us. Whoever is a member of our tribe, and she has to stay.
They see that God is ECC. They said sorry, we're not allowed to go unless she stays.
And then the tribe of his tribe came members of his tribe. And they said no way you can cause now big hullabaloo. People are being stopped.
And they say to him, were you gang, your son is not your son. Your son is our son. He belongs to the tribe. And Solomon was a small boy, he was about maybe 10 years old. So we're not gonna lie to leave until you leave me behind as well.
So Abu Salah, he said that in the skirmish because you're trying to hold on to his son and his wife and of course they pull them away, and eventually stood alone.
So he needed to make a decision easily to leave his house and his wife and his son behind, or is he going to go on his own? And he announced and he said no, I'm leaving.
More important for me. And the thing I've missed the most, he contained it with himself was to miss the company of the company of an abuse of salon and to miss the company of the Sahaba Allah him. salat wa salam. So he left alone.
for one whole year, almost Allah His wife cried every single day for him. She's to get up in the morning.
Before Sunrise and the choose to go to the place where he last saw him. We lift them
and choose to cry every single day for a whole year. She cried leaves behind Allah. So one can see the sacrifices that people made for this Islam which we have today. The sacrifices the women made for this Islam that we have today.
They made the sacrifices because of the love from hamato lorrison snappy Salam said la mina haidakhan Hector akuna habla la he, meanwhile Ed he wanted he
said none of you believe until he loves me more than he loves his parents and his children and all of humanity. And this was ingrained in the Sahaba so that's why they gave their life to the newbies of Salah they gave their life for Islam and they never practiced anything except that which was commanded by Mohamed Salah longer so they follow the Sunnah completely to the tee we know and we read that none of the things that we do today they did we know that not to be found anywhere.
None of us have a practice all the Bidadi we practice today.
Yes, they love the deen. They love the Prophet, but they follow the Sunnah to the tee. And that is the heritage satellite plan. And that's why they were inspired people. They could make the sacrifices because of the pure love for Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and the pure love for Allah subhanho wa Taala.
almost Allah, and a sense Allah was in Makkah.
And after one year,
actually was used to go into this place where she lost her husband.
She met a man there one day,
who asked about why Why are you crying?
I see you every day you come and you cry and you cry.
And she said in the
socket to me was he said I cried because I missed my husband.
So you're very close, very close family made the Jetta Abyssinia together very, very close. Mate became Muslim together.
And he said to uh, but you know, you look familiar.
Are you the daughter of
So hon Allah, he said, Are you the daughter of the man who provided the provisions for the travelers when they travel?
Wow, why, what what did they do to you? She said, Well, my husband is gone. And I'm here. I can't leave. They don't want me to leave. And this man, he went to the tribe, her tribe, and he said to them, but how can you do this? You have no mercy in your hearts with this lady. She's been crying every day for a year for us political. So eventually they let her go, let it go, because of the fact that this man
honored her father, he wasn't Muslim,
honored her father,
because of the good that he had done. And what does it tell us? It tells us tells us and we are narrating a term when you're writing a story about a man because he was coughing. He was not a Muslim. And he but he was part of our history, part of the history of Islam. Why? Because of the good character that he had and the good that he had done. Because he even allows one doesn't forget the good that people do.
So he went also to the tribe of women with Solomon was kept and they released the boy and she decided immediately that she she was going to makhija
and she decided she was she had nothing she didn't have camels he never mutated nothing. She decided she was going to walk 500 kilometres from Mecca to Medina.
while she was walking she came to tonight, all of you know what anime is as an informer. And what anime is not so far to Makkah. Now she just started the journey walking when
a man by the name of
osmanli of Nutella was also carefully
optimizing the Tonka saw a walking publisher was getting some
big pay back.
The chicken was sleeping in New Zealand
or actually carrying something and he saw that she was traveling and he said to a lady where you're going and when you look familiar again, he said, You know you're the daughter of certain such a person. You said yes. This is for HANA law. You can't Are you going to walk she says I'm walking.
I would love to take undertake this journey. This journey of immigration for the sake of allows pilot dharma. I'm doing this entirely for the sake of a lost Hunter. So no, no, no, no, no, no.
Because of what your father had done, the greatness of
And the generosity and
he has my candle
so she thought one is just going to give the cameras No, no, no, no.
I will take you to Medina. You get on the back of the camel and I will take you away because of the goodness of your father.
She was shocked she was stunned.
And he said to uh, you will rag on the camera and I will walk with these two conditions. One, I will never look into your face while we're on this journey. Number one, number two, if you need to raise or do anything private, I will walk far away from you so that you won't even be able to see me and I will give you enough time to do what you have to do. And then inshallah I'll come back. So hello. Look at the clock
Hello panela today sometimes people ask for the lift, which in a number of getting that woman I'm going this way.
We know it goes this way they make another turn and that to me is actually getting that
but maybe it's whoever doesn't like the person or he doesn't like
he was walking and she was writing and as they came near to Medina when they saw the houses of Medina he said to her there is Medina Your husband is there
any beat the camel and the camel rode with the intermarine and he turned around you walk back 500 kilometres back to back to back panel. Look at a lot of these people. Here was a lady in need of assistance. As when was in the end this man gave her this and he became Muslim Of course and many people say he became Muslim because of this deed which he had done and the only accepted Islam when with an Ibiza after eight years after this incident eight years when the Prophet came to my courage he accepted Islam
so over Salah
with tala tala ha, I mean not Allah. Abu Salah Abu Salah at participated in the Battle of brother in the Battle of 100. And another thing about Abu Salah he was the brother of the Nabi sallallahu, wasallam.
Just like Hamza was the brother of the Navy so solemn, he was also a little brother died from the same race. say they were brothers. He participated in the Battle of brother and in the Battle of art in the Battle of our hood.
He was injured in the Battle of art, he was wounded, the Battle of art and he came back Abu Salah from offered and a few days later, he passed away.
So he was a mutual aid and he died in Jihad from the wounds of jihad. So when he died
the Nabi sallallahu Sallam
when to her to sympathize with her
and then ivysaur salaam said to her, make the following
say in the law he were in LA he Rajon Aloma loose knee a holiday
and say Oh Allah grant my me and my family the best after what we had or better than what we had.
And then obviously some said well if you make this door allows Angular give you better than what you had.
The poor Of course.
So after that was over.
Maybe now she had four children with her she was in a widow with four kids. When there was over the Nabi sallallahu Sallam said Norma,
to propose marriage to her.
Tama came and said Subhana Allah, NaVi salat wa salam proposes marriage.
So she said, I cannot accept the proposal.
this prophet of Allah subhanaw taala. She said, No.
She said I've three reasons why can't accept the proposal.
Remember the door she made? I'll let it slip through the door. She said number one.
I'm an old woman.
I have four children. And
finally so many wives. Remember the Navy saw a lot of selam Khadija for
To be five years he was married to alone and then he
When she died,
he cried for two years.
So, you know, people say that Mohamed Salah made many wives, so he must have loved women. No. After his death, he was in a very sad state. For two years, I was very worried about him. And then he married soda. Soda was older than him. And so that was a very fat lady. She was, in fact,
SubhanAllah. And he married her basically, because she was a widow.
nobody wanted to marry her. Because she was so big.
This is not a sign of a person who loves women. And for the net, that was he was about 53. So maybe the next 10 years he met, that was two ladies Khadija soda tonight was already nice, was middle aged. And then in the next 10 years, he married the other
most of them who are widows with children like
so the accusation that the Navy is a solemn love women wasn't was a big responsibility. I mean, somebody had to look out to the leaders of the world leaders, first of all, and somebody had to guarantee the transfer of knowledge from him to the rest of us.
And the only way that could be guaranteed was even married young women who would appreciate and understand and have the intelligence to memorize whatever he taught him in order to transfer that knowledge to us, from the town write down to us. So therefore, Nabil Sallam said, two thirds of your knowledge you get from Ayesha and almost Alma was the next one who Salma transferred many, many a Hadith of the nerissa sanlam down to us.
So our way back to the Nabi sallallahu wasallam.
he said they are a surah LA I took your proposal to Selma. She said number one, she's a very old home in La Jolla. Number two Lai el arvato. Blood Sugar a family for children, growing children. And number three,
she said she's a very jealous woman.
She said she knows herself and she's extremely jealous. She doesn't think she could live with her husband why so many wives.
So let me smile. Let me say go on.
You go back to her.
And you say to her old woman, that I'm older than what she lives.
She has children. Tara those children are the children of my brother.
Similar milk brothers.
Those children are the children of my brother, not strange children to me.
Not only her children, and number three, she very jealous.
inshallah I will ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to take away jealousy.
And Ahmad went back. And of course, she accepted the proposal of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
she was the wife
that accompanied the Nabi sallallahu wasallam on his Amara, where they were stopped at for the idea that the women had to draw lots who was going to accompany the Navy Salah on that journey, that origin and the lot fell on her and she accompanied the Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And we know what happened. The Hobbit as I said, I think I narrated the story last year because delta haba were very, very unhappy with the terms of the agreement between operations and heavy salsa lamb. And they were so disturbed that
when the Navy saw someone say to them, we're going back, you should
exit from Iran by shaving your heads.
We said please, should now slaughter the animals shave your heads and again back to Medina. The Sahaba and masks didn't move. None of them got up. None of them did anything. That we looked at them. Nobody knew he was to kill Rama to shave.
The idea was they wanted to go formula despite whatever, even if you had to die in the process. They really wanted to
Go and make the offer undebatable.
So whenever you saw someone was
visibly upset he went into the tent on Salma was doing some of the compensation. Or masama say to them, say to him, Dr. Sorrell?
Can I give you some advice?
Today the wife says, Can I give you some
practice by noticing
that we're in a good mood. If you're in a good mood, you say that isn't even a bad day, but it's a fun.
So she said, Can I give you some advice? He said, All right. Give me advice. This was the Navy solo. You could learn
maybe CCC, they are a solo law. They babysat they conquered Macau from the base. They're not doing the old Nagisa B when it came to the 10 he says
halycon oma Ibiza Sam says Allah
The oma has
been destroyed. This oh nice destroyed.
No mama left. I gave him an instruction didn't know doesn't really instruction. So when someone said do this, go outside.
sit on a chair.
What is your motto?
Call the Baba holla
and tell him to shave. Don't say a word. Just call a Baba during shaving.
And leave it at that. So Mr. Seller went out, sat down. Baba came shaved his head
sahaabah so what was that what the Navy says cinema done immediately. All of them jumped up and started shaving a karnala. So that crisis was averted by the advice of masala
to the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
The next incident that happened.
Wei, Mo Salah was involved
was the story of Abu Baba.
was a Jew who had become Muslim, a very good man. But he had some sympathy for his for his Jewish people. He said I had some sympathy for them.
So one day they called him
and the Jew said to him, tell us what is the intention of the Navy SEALs along with us? What is it teaching Mohammed with us?
This was after the Battle of
hanoch. Remember the Battle of Honda. When the Jews turned against the Navy saucer love, they were supposed to defend the back of Medina and they didn't do that.
And he said to himself, I'm not going to say a word to these Jews. I'm not going to tell them what the NaVi Salama decided.
I don't want to say anything which is going to
hurt me or hurt me.
But he made a sign to them. When they said what is Mohammed Salim going to do with us he did this.
And he turns around he left you know people are
people's artists of thing they do things which are not supposed to.
So he went back
and he told an abyssal alaris alum what he had done. And he said
I'm not gonna go to gender anymore. Am I betrayed you?
I'm not going to and he went two times have
to the pillar which is on the left side of the profits member in the road. Two Gentlemen, Medina. So he is the member? Yes, the pillar. It's called it's still written on top there. It's on the same plane. Of course, those pillars at that time was was it rooted in concrete?
of his name is written there, Abu Baba.
So he said to me, sasaram is good. He's going to tie himself
to the pillar until Allah forgives him.
So maybe Sam said, but I can ask Allah to forgive you. No, no, no, no, no. I've done such a great advantage, great harm. I've done such a thing which is so great in my own eyes that I've done which is wrong. There are one Allah Himself to forgive me. And I'm gonna turn us off to this pillar until allows qualification. So hello.
Look at the commitment
of the Sahaba and the fear of allowes putana that he created this one act will stand between him and gentlemen.
We have so many subnets opportunities to make Toba. We know.
He says the Stovall shouldn't come from Hamas or Salam it was come directly from Allah.
So you tie himself in every walk, his daughter would come in on time and he would make salah and you go back and throughout the night he would stand there being tied to the pillar. So eventually after six or seven days,
out maybe Salam gets a revelation from Allah subhanaw taala
that Allah had forgiven him.
And this revelation came in the house of Abu Salah of Abu Salah in our house, the revelation came and then Edie sasaram recited the verses to where we are lost hard love gifts or Bulava.
And she says to the nervous system Yasser Allah will you allow me to take this good news to him in the magic Please let me let me give him this news. This good news panela Now let forgiven so she goes and she walked into the mercy they know women get excited
she says you know be happy be happy be happy glad tidings help a bola Baba allows the rest forgiven
so she wasn't too happy to untie essentially no he said no, no, no no.
The prophet SAW Allah Salaam himself was coming untie me from this. It's upon Allah.
So this was the again
love for Mohammed are allowed. And this lady Abu this lady or masala was the last wife of the Navy. So Laura silhouette pasta, we even have to say the tuna. I tell the Latina she lived dry till the time of the death of significant saving
about the electron and it is said that she had died
for the reason that when the news came to her that her son was killed at Karbala.
She never caught up from a secret. She died
in grieving over the death. Of course it was not even an answer. But it was connected to the Navy Sasselov being the cousin of the Navy's and being married to the daughter of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam
and the man who performed the salado janazah was none other than Abu huraira Tierra de la tarde. So
this is the elevation that allows for hantera given to the heroes of the soma, which are the women of this oma
we haven't even spoken about deja Oba the Ayesha we spoken about the women who came last in the life of the Navy salah and look at the honor which allows for how not Allah had bestowed upon them. And they wanted they were just only women. She was a housewife. She had four kids, she looked after them.
But whenever there was an opportunity to learn from the Nabi sallallahu Sallam she would learn from them.
And as I said, on Tuesday night,
we should learn and especially women, we should teach our women the deen of allows harmful Why? Because it is the women who transfer that Deen to their children, not only to their children to others, as well, because women love to talk.
Men don't like to talk.
We don't like to talk, we only talk when you have to give a lecture or a football demo. You have to somebody says make a speech, you know, then but women talk all the time.
So it's important for us to encourage our women to learn. Come here go anyway, it doesn't matter where they go learn. But learning is very, very important for us. And we should always admired and I said this before, that they are the heroes and my heroes in the heroes of the soma, because if you look at the struggle of women, Muslim women all over the world, I just added a story yesterday of a lady who was employed by Obama, a Muslim Young lady, younger Muslim girl, she, she worked in the White House.
For Obama, she was one of his advisors in I think, national security. She served on that committee, young younger, but she was in full.
I mean not so rigid. She was completely covered.
And she was she was saying what happened. She said you haven't come to go but she was good to just continue in a job.
She was coming from a Bangladeshi family. parents came to Bangladesh in the seven
She was born, he indicated there.
And she says, When Tom day she thought, Well, she's gonna just stay there. Because it was a job. It wasn't a job connected to the White House. It was a job. She was appointed by the National Security Agency. But she says when she saw the change, which he she saw the way that the new staff members looked at,
and scorned because of the hijab she was wearing, she decided to leave. She couldn't take it. And we know the struggle of the women, all over the world. I mean, if you look at Sydney and Palestine, who are the people who are suffering most in those countries, the women,
because women have children who's suffering the most in Mosul at the moment,
we have 1000s of children there without mothers, the mothers who are there to become mothers, for the children, the mothers in Syria,
Father's Day, children's mothers have gone, those mothers have to take off.
And these are the heroes of us today. And in a modern society like ours, that we have a modern secular society, it is admirable that women wear scarves, that women dresses, Muslims, they are identified as Muslims, from the moment they leave their home until they get back to them.
They have to go like that to the supermarket, to the to wherever they go, if they want to go for a job, they have to very men don't have to do not identified. But they are identified like that every single day of their lives.
So they are the people who project our Islam. And if we if we look at the spirit of Islam, today, we see it
as a result of the impact of the hijab on society. It reminds us every month, non Muslims of the difference of Islam to others, and the commitment of Islam that Muslims have. And this has grown as I said last week, it is these outside symbols
that draws people towards this deal. It was a symbol of the hallmark of the Navy, that drew people to the deal. It was a symbolism of the commitment of people like Khadija Ayesha on Selma that brought people to the deal. And also the Sahaba. The men of course, when they went out from Medina, when they left Medina to travel the world, all they had was that people didn't even understand their language. Arabic was only spoken in the, in the Arab in the Arabian Peninsula in Indonesia, people that don't speak Arabic. In India, people that speak Arabic. In Egypt, they didn't speak Arabic at the time. No, only in the Arabian Peninsula. So in the harbor travel, people became Muslim because
of their character because of what they saw and what they did. So we should always
and I know the ladies who are here will tell the story when they go home, they will tell the story to somebody the story of home Salah, and it's a beautiful story. The story we need to remember is a story for wives and what is the message for wives in the story. The message for wires in the story is patience. Be patient with your husband, because he needs to be patient with you as well. patient with your deen
and that's the biggest patience as for all of us. Patience, and commitment to Islam. Don't falter when you have to love Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam don't falter when you have to defend Mohammed Salah Salah don't falter when you have to retain
the deen of Allah Subhana Allah no just want to give you
the translation of the verse in Surah. October was 25, which I quoted at the beginning, we are last hardnesses call in Canada.
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if your fathers
or your sons
or your brothers
or your wife or your husband's
colleague can come up now what if one of them was Roger Kawashima to come? Or your family's
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and your wealth which you've worked so hard for? And if you accumulated so hard?
What ijarah tyntec Shona casada all your jobs for your work?
Or that which you own?
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And your houses? So Allah mentioned your family. Allah mentions your wealth. Allah means NGO jobs. Allah mentioned
your houses, Allah says if all these things, a humbug la comida la he wore a suit evolve
Things are more beloved to you than Allah and His Messenger
what you had in Pisa V, and to fight for online with messenger, would you fight with a sword or in any other way?
So all these things for now I must consider my brother, I must consider my father, I must consider my son, I must consider my wife I must consider my husband I must consider my customers my job if I do this if I say this people will come by for me, people won't
do this with me TP won't do that with me. I have to be active be nice to everybody. Even those who are against Mohammed Salim Sana, even those who don't love allows, Allah says, if that is how we are
fatter and those who then wait is Allah wait for what had to love me? until Allah subhanho wa Taala will decide for you.
What law would
you have to pass until Allah makes a decision and allow 200 says, Allah does not guide those who are misguided those on a committed to the deed and almost Selma Mashallah and her husband Abu Salah, twice a marriage.
So, may Allah, Allah The challah, that we take basin
from the Sahaba
and when I say Sahaba I mean also the the women,
the Sahaba yet we should take lessons from them. Those are the persons and personalities whose character and life should be passed from us to our children.
So, now lots on the ground that we do that in Sharla What about Allah Allah wa salam alikoum Rama to light