Channel: Mohammed Faqih
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does not vanish, and does not disappear with the departure or the death of those who carry it and those who fight for it. As a matter of fact, time and again, we see throughout history that
stand up for what is right for what is just
and lead a righteous life. Very often, their message and their mission becomes stronger when they die regardless of how they die
We see that
many that we see examples of people who were not known.
And what they stood for, or their mission in life was not known,
but upon their death.
what they, what they what they lived for, comes to life,
they die, but their ideas
and their beliefs are revived and they live forever.
And you can examine any figure that was celebrated and became more popular after his or her departure.
the wrongdoers, those who can't
accept except anything, but
what they want to impose on others. They think by eliminating someone that they will be able to get rid of him or his ideas, or his mission.
And time and again, a loss of Hannah Montana proves them to be wrong.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his life came to an end
salallahu alayhi wasallam
but when his life came to an end, it was indeed a very traumatic, very painful, very hard test for his companions, his students, the carriers, and the recipients and the bears of his mission. But one Allah Allah him.
And indeed, as Roger said, Lambert woofie Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a terrible Muslim moon
was very tense
for men who men do Isha for Holi.
And it's telefonnummer. woman who man Okay, that fella Miyazaki, yam, some of them became overwhelmed
with this devastating news of the prophet SAW, Selim actually died.
And some of them were in denial. They couldn't, they couldn't just
fathom they could not. It was regret. I mean, remember, these were some of the strongest people that ever lived. And their Eman was so strong. So it was so chaotic. It when Roger says that some of them lost, lost their ability, their judgment, you know, they couldn't they couldn't handle it. And they were in denial. Some of them could not stand physically, physically. They were they couldn't, they couldn't stand. As a matter of fact, some, you know, when we talk about a strong companion, what's what comes to mind.
People immediately think only when we think of strong companies or any of the long run, we were talking about physical strength. And when he finally came to realize that it was actually true that the news was true, this was not a rumor. And this was not a departure, like the departure of Moses, peace be upon him under the promise that someone's going to come back. This was not a temporary departure. This was it. This was what the Qur'an has been preparing them for. The promises I sent him departed, and he's not going to come back.
This was this was a final exit, and the promises salams mission has come to an end. So when I finally came to realize that the alarm on who
took that stand, and recited that verse in which Allah Subhana Allah told him that the prophet SAW Selim is going to die. When I came to realize that he said,
he said I could my knees couldn't carry me anymore and he collapsed.
of the Allahu Allah.
woman who menorah tequila Lisa novella musical Kalam and some of them became the couldn't speak.
They were overwhelmed with grief and sadness that they could not speak for a day or two
was not only Lionel could not say or do anything. He was just crying.
Some of the family members of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam were not to be seen in public.
They were busy with this this huge create great calamity. woman whom and Ankara moto bill Cooley and he said some of them were completely in denial.
Right? That that's what the initial shock did to these great people. But eventually, they came to the to realize what Allah subhanaw taala had mentioned in the Quran. What Allah subhanaw taala declared to him in the camera to enemy tone, that you're going to die. You're mortal. So So are they right? You will die like any profit before you will now Mohammedan a lot of sunako collected public
And that's when the companions of the Prophet and as it started to sink in, started to realize, especially when a worker of the alarm again, made a very powerful statement that remains to echo
in the psyche of the oma until the day of judgment,
that remember what this what the life of the believer is all about. It revolves around one reality.
McCann, Abu Mohammed, Mohammed Padma whoever,
he told them will ever worshiped Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And notice that he did not say who ever worshipped Rasulullah
And he didn't say, you know, because the concept of what Rasulullah Assalam represents as a messenger and what he brought, does not die, says Mohammed as a human being is dead. mechanicville Mohammed, Mohammed Ahmed, Mohammed, the human,
the human being sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, not not the idea or the concept if that's what you're all about the human being that Faina Mohammedan admit, he has indeed died.
perished sallallahu alayhi wa sallam big homie and his death is was a transition from this life of ours, to the next.
woman can Abdullah However, for those of us who need Reality Check whoever worships Allah Subhana Allah, vain Allah how you lay mode.
Allah Subhana Allah is Ever living everlasting and he does not die subhanho wa Taala
so it's up to you.
And that's when that's a habit of mana La La him was able to get themselves together and they were able to
get over, get over the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but they were able to get up and realize that they have duties and obligations and they they have this legacy that the prophets of Allah Islam left behind, that they need to carry. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in spite of what happened as a reaction to his death sallallahu alayhi wasallam when the tribes of the Arabian Peninsula a pasta size, and when the Muslim community was reduced to a small number of people, in the two strongest hold of Islam, Mecca and Medina, that's what Islam was reduced to during the time of the prophet SAW Selim, we're talking about more than 100,000 companions, the entire Arabian
peninsula and the southern parts of, of modern day Iraq and Syria and all of that, in Yemen. I mean, imagine that is a massive
territory. Within the last four or five years of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came under the banner of Islam. And then soon after his death, salallahu alayhi wasallam, that territory shrunk. And it went back to that original group of people that the word of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the Muslim community became these two cities in that set and what is in between.
And it was a very scary time for Islam and Muslims. But what happened?
Not only did they recover, but they actually went beyond
what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left them with. And this is the nature of the truth in Islam. And this is the lesson that we learned from the passing of the prophets and the Messenger of Allah.
That there traditionary the Sunnah, doesn't, doesn't go,
it gains strength. And this is what we learn also from the passing and the death of great people
with great ideas and great beliefs, sincere people,
they become legends.
And their legacy that they leave behind, gains a strength that nobody, no matter how strong that person might be, will be able to stop. So brothers and sisters, embrace the truth, hold on to it and die upon it. Apollo hasn't suffered lolly welcome, first of
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at the end of the battle, or during the Battle of oil that we that I have reflected upon the past two weeks.
here and in other communities, there was a moment that is telling of the spirit
of the Sahaba. And the spirit that should be
that should be adopted by every Muslim, every believer. And so not only Allah when he came across or upon a group of people who lay down their arms, and they sat down and they gave up and they surrender it. And they were just overwhelmed again with grief and with shock. So he said, What are you doing?
What Why are you just letting go and what happened? They said that you didn't hear that the promise I send them was killed. They thought there was a rumor that the prophet SAW Selim was killed.
So and it's been another set to them. So
I met him Daddy, then what is life after him, boom, get up the move to Allah Muhammad Ali.
Die upon the same cause die for the same cause that he died for.
Salalah honey, baby homie.
We, as American Muslims here, very often remember two great figures that had huge impact on us.
Right. One of them was a thinker, was a leader was
a powerful civil rights advocate. Right? Hajj, Malik Chavez, Malcolm X.
And another very close friend of him, that was very inspired by his example, an athlete, right a role model for a lot of people. Mohammed Ali, right. Both of these figures were very, very, they were under vicious attack.
In the, during the peak of their, of their fame and their strength. One of them was killed
And those who killed him, they thought that by killing him, they're going to get rid of them. Little the new
Malcolm X became a great inspiration
for generations to come.
May Allah Subhana, Allah granted martyrdom, right? He became a great inspiration for people. Mohammed Ali, did not waver is not compromise.
He may missed out on few worldly things. But later, right, as he held on to his principles, he became the legend that everybody celebrated at the end of his life, and a new generation came cursing those who were attacking him and those who were who hated him back then, celebrating him now, right? They didn't change.
There was one thing that the these two multiple things are these two that had in common, but one thing that stood out was their strength, and their adherence, and their zeal.
In in, in, in defending and holding on to what they believe to be the truth.
Right. And they were called all kinds of names.
But they held on to that they didn't compromise. They were not looking for fame or approval or to be accepted by the vast majority of people during their time.
They were true to themselves.
They held on to what they believed in, at any cost, and by any means necessary.
A serious lesson for those of us who think that sometimes compromising and then being diplomatic and forsaking the truth and changing things and apologizing and doing thing is going to get you acceptance and respect. It doesn't.
My dear brothers and sisters, I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to make you and I have those who hold on to the truth, and those who stand up for it. And the truth of the matter, my dear brothers and sisters is that this last week,
we witnessed our generation witnessed an event that
that i'm not i'm not fully in a position to, to analyze and to speak about or defer to reflect upon.
This is something that we need to continue to have conversations about and study and think about and analyze and look back at. But nonetheless, if there is any community in the world, that should be impacted in that shouldn't be engaged and that should
be reflecting and should be reacting to this,
in addition to the very people that were directly involved in it, in Asia, is this community, the Muslim community of Southern California, especially the greater LA area,
as the person who is at the center of this incident or this event, may Allah Subhana Allah, bestow mercy upon him and be pleased with him, was someone that actually in the 80s earned his degree here from none other than USC, University of Southern California, and taught later as a professor here in the early to mid to late 1980s. So he was someone who was part of this community. And I personally don't know, of anyone that was of this community, somehow, this larger Southern California, especially greater LA area, community that has achieved what he achieved.
becoming the first president.
Right. So imagine, imagine if one of our even if it's an international student, who comes to this semester, imagine this person being 30 years later, the first president
to be elected?
Right and out of country.
Right, this person was stuck, there is a connection with this individual, right. And even if we didn't have direct connection, or if this person wasn't part of this community, in and of itself is a huge accomplishment, regardless of where you stand.
When it comes to the political spectrum, regardless of where you are,
late president Mohammed mercy of Egypt was someone that accomplished what no man before him was able to accomplish.
And a loss of habitat he had the unique qualities that make him very special as a he makes make some very special as a human being, and make some very special as a Muslim figure and later.
And his death and departure
was indeed a huge loss.
For those who choose to ignore it, or to overlook it, or try to dismiss it or try to, we need to remember that they may be sending the wrong message to our youth, and future Muslim leaders in generations.
You can't simply ignore this. We have talked about and celebrated leaders and scientists and people who have accomplished much less than what he accomplished.
So the least we owe this man is recognition
and appreciation. And
so today, I will pray for him. I'll pray for his family. And I'll pray for his people in his country.
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