The Sahabas Of The Prophet Muhammad
Channel: Mohammed Faqih
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now so salam ala Sula, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Today I had the pleasure of
joining the MSA at Memphis, University of Memphis
in a hamdulillah very nice setting where maybe
three or four dozen students showed up.
And it was actually my first time
ever since I moved to Memphis
was my very first time with the MSA there. So it was
it was great. And what I was I was the whole time I was thinking about those of you that I know or I knew from long time ago when you went to school there. So I know there are a lot of people that went to how many people show of hand went to University of Memphis
imagine I didn't know that you're mashallah, mashallah are really
nice you and your son and inshallah your grandchild inshallah shall beautiful. So, so it was just a great feeling to be part of that.
That that gathering.
And I know that the MSA there was very instrumental in establishing the Nora center, back in the days, right. Yes, no. Okay. So
yeah, I think I think one of the important lessons from this is that
we need, we need to,
we need to continue to take care of our,
of our of any of our contributions, or legacy we cannot just move on. If you are part of the MSA back in the days, and it had an impact on you.
There is there's
we all have a responsibility to make sure that the local ms A's are empowered, that their focus that they're supported, and we continue to keep, keep good relations with them, and want for the students that are there now, what we used to have at some point, and make as a matter of fact, if anything they needed even more desperately than we did back in the days.
I know there are some people that MSA basically not only did it put them on the right track, but it helped them get through those difficult years. It's protected them and in some cases literally saved their lives. The MSA and having body of Muslim students coming together working together. It literally saved their lives.
You know, and it's not an easy struggle especially nowadays May Allah subhanaw taala protect them for their preserve them die them can
Give them guided, may Allah Subhana Allah grant them success in this life and in the hereafter. Let me remind you before we go into tonight's so habia or a hobby, can I just gonna be a female so habia
that, let me just remind you of the purpose of this series that this particular session, one of the objectives is to humanize the companions of the Prophet sallallahu. Listen,
you may not hear something new, it's not supposed to, it's just to get to know the companions of Rasul Allah to them on a personal level. And to find in the details of some of their stories, something that you can relate to,
something, something that you connect with.
Otherwise, any information about any of the companions of the prophet is, is valuable information.
So, if I may ask you, for instance, if I could have one person, tell me something that stuck in your mind when we talked about the first Sahabi or sahabi, actually, and it was a DJ. So something that stuck in your mind, whether it's a new piece of information, something that you thought it was very, very interesting, something that you think is very, you know, relevant, just
anything from the story of Khadija of Alana.
Okay, so the verses brother, so here is saying that the fact that the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam was married to her for 25 years, and he did not marry any other woman at the same time.
Whether it's out of like, the fact that you see one of the
she was nice to him. So So where are the rest of the
okay, you know, I heard a very beautiful piece of advice the other day from from he said,
either either Malakut Omala, at XO Joker, called Baca wha whack luck, selective hammer area as a matter of McAfee imager.
So, he said, If your wife satisfies intellectually and emotionally,
right, your heart is like, completely settled, like, you're mela Talbert. We're after, and you're intellectually connected, and you're, you're fulfilled this one person, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah bless you something like this, then don't look for anyone else.
Hold on to this. It's a great gift.
Actually, any decent man will not have the time or the space or the even the capacity or the bandwidth to even even look beyond that. He said, however, if she does not, I don't I don't agree with the second advice. He said, If she did not fulfill you intellectually or emotionally,
then the solution is.
He said, Well, I don't agree with him. So I'm not going to even mention it. He says, so I would say get get get counseling, set an appointment, we shift. Yes.
Okay. Now, he then he said, Then he said, If she fulfills you emotionally, but not intellectually, then find intellectual assimilation or connection somewhere else. Like, obviously, Helen doesn't have to be with another woman. It can be with a group of men like us. And so we come together and we
and if you intellectually See, you're fulfilled intellectually, there's an intellectual connection, but there is no emotional connection. Then. He says, try to compensate for that someone else. Again, through holidays. Now with the Allahu anha one thing that stands out is that the prophets Allah was fulfilled emotionally, intellectually in every way possible, whatever a wife would be capable of, of providing for her husband, Khadija Alana was at
FOSDEM didn't have any issues, there was nothing missing. And as a matter of fact, not only there was nothing missing in his life, it was fulfilled at the highest level. Khadija was a very unique woman so it was like a lifetime for sharing that. Okay, the second Sahabi we talked about last week was who Hamza al de la and who the uncle of the Prophet sallallaahu Salam, anything any one piece of information or something that stuck out or that you you still remember that you thought was interesting?
His bravery Radi Allahu Anhu in his courage, probably Allah Han. Did you know that when he comes out all the Allahu Anhu
died. One of the things that was said later on, is when ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala prohibited wine, drinking wine alcohol.
When Allah subhanaw taala outlawed alcohol because because it went through there was this gradual process. Some of us have said what about the
Most people who died with hammer in their bellies and the specific example that they they were thinking about the Companions was who Hamza
Hamza Ali Allah and we used to drink wine
and they even said they used to drink plenty of it and he was any other thing. He appreciated wine. Fine why?
Right. So the Sahaba they were struggling with this Hamza was killed in the battlefield we know he was a Shaheed, but his belly was he had humble in his belly
and Allah revealed les Salah Latina and why did you not know female but you know, so Allah Subhana Allah revealed the verse that we recite that we find in Surah
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that they do not that there is no blame on the believers
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so So Hamza, probably Allahu Allah Subhana. Allah revealed that, that that Allah Subhana Allah will not hold you accountable for what you have done in the past so long that you maintain Taqwa. Now, so Hamza are the Allahu Anhu that was the case when Hammer was was was Helen
because the default setting when Allah subhanaw taala is that things are halal unless the Sharia comes and says It's haram. So at that point, it was not outlawed.
There is whatever you enjoyed in the past, that's, that's the past. Now you don't do it.
Right. So what are the Allahu Anhu What are
like, so, the companion that we want to talk about tonight inshallah Allah make this quick be they lie as region is one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam she is from
Quraysh as well. She's She was his second wife, out of the Allahu anha water law. Her name was soda, soda, bit Zima.
She was all the Allahu anha while
she died about
a little more than 40 years after the prophets, Allah Allah
and she was the first woman the Prophet and Salah married after Khadija.
Now that's a very special status why? For three years a profit center was married to soda, he had no other wife.
So with the help the process and and during that very, very difficult period of his life, because he married her in the year known as the year of sadness or sorrow. I'm a husband.
So the person that was with the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam that
that helped or contributed to the process of going through that very traumatic and very painful period, those initial years after the loss of Khadija, and at the same time, the loss of his uncle Obatala was sold out of the lock.
And the process LM was a single he was a widower, he was a single, he was a single, single dad.
And so there will be Alana married him she was married before him to her cousin. And his name was a Socrative Nam.
And they both accepted Islam.
He they both migrated, went together to Abyssinia
and they, they came back when they came back they came back to actually to America.
He said in some books of history that he passed away a little bit a lot on America and other sources. They they say that he passed away in a pacinian
so she was a widow probably Allah Allah. So so when she came, she happened to come back or she happened to be to have lost her husband. The same year the prophets Allah turn lost who?
Woman woman in Asia. So she was suggested to the prophets of Allah send them to marry her. So the Prophet Salam married her. Now
there is a very interesting
There is a very interesting thing that happened. On the authority of Ibn Abbas. I want you to listen to this. This is very interesting. Sad you don't want to miss this.
You don't want to miss this.
So there was been some as she was married, and she had a very interesting dream.
She said, she saw in her dream that the Prophet Salah she was married at the time, she was not married to the Prophet last and then she was married. She saw the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, come to her towards her.
And then he stepped on her neck.
He stepped on her what?
On her neck.
So the next day in the morning, she told that to her husband.
So her husband's her husband actually he interpreted the dream. He said to her what a Viki
What a beaky
book. He was, he was shocked, although he said let me on the inside the petro Iraqi. He said if your dream is true, if it's a true dream,
let them Alton said I shall die soon.
Whether it is or genderqueer Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
and the Prophet of Allah, Allah, Allah, they said, Love shall marry you.
If your dream is correct, then that means I'm going to die soon. And the Prophet said I was going to marry you.
So when she heard that she said, she said, Hey, John was Citra. She's the
winner. No way.
She was shocked. It wasn't even on her mind, was not even a possibility.
Then she had another dream.
Later, she saw
the moon landing on her she was asleep, as she saw the moon fall on her.
So she wants to she told her husband again.
When she told her husband, he said to her IV, oh my god. If your dream is true, that means I'm dying soon.
And a few days later, he passed away.
And the Prophet she married the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, as a matter of fact, the day she told him the second dream, he started having pain and issues symptoms, and then eventually he died within few days.
Now some of them, will they Allahu Allah.
When she was she was recommended to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, by a woman who actually traveled with her to obsidian
that newer very well.
Because after the death of Hadith of the Prophet said there was not married for some time. So hold on to her King came to the prophesy said that she said, messenger of Allah.
Why did you marry? Why did you get married? And how does it Hakeem was the wife of the Prophet, one of the promises and loves best friends, someone who was very, very close to him. He was like a brother to him.
She said, she said, Why don't you get married? So he said, he said, to whom? She said, Marry someone who has never been married before or someone who has been married. I mean, you have.
so he said to her, who do you suggest? She said, if you want someone who has never been married, then your best friend's daughter
and if you want someone who has been married before, then so that
she believed in you, she followed you. Right?
So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, you know, told her, okay, he would consider that and he eventually married so that eventually he later also Gibreel showed him in his dream
show, we'll talk about that later. So the Prophet has married so there'll be Allah Allah Allah, she was known for her sadaqa
she was known for her sadaqa the, you know,
she was also someone who was very mature. Radi Allahu anha Wallah. There are many things to be said about about her the Elana but one of the things
about soda soda about the law was older. So at some point, she said to the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I, you know, like she didn't have she didn't have the need that the promises and have spent the night with her. So she said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I know you love you love Atisha so well, you know, a lot more than anyone else to the Prophet and I was very open about his love for action. When I'm going to ask one time I asked him, Who do you love the most profitable unlicensed action?
In public, he asked him, What do you love the most? He said, actually.
So rasool Allah will not ask you about that. I'm from among from the men who do you love the most? He said her father.
So some of the new the promises have been love to Azure. And the promises tell them with had would spend one night with each wife. So when he has seven, it was like once a week, right? So some of them will they allow Hannah she came, and she said to the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam. And I think at this point, the person has seven wives. She said to the prompt, so I set up, I want to give up my day to Asia.
So instead of one one night with it, you're going to spend to a nice, that's my day, I will give my day to Asia.
And you and I will stay married.
And the province sent him anyways, every day he would, he would go and say Salaam and to each one of his wives, say something to them said talk to them, see if they need anything, and then move on to the next one.
So Asha, obviously appreciated that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam thanked her for that. And, and that was the case. However, one thing that she used to do on her day, on the day she gave to Arusha very often she would go and spend most of the day with Aisha and the Prophet salallahu Alaihe. Salam,
right, just hang out together as a family. So one day
when somebody went
over the line and hadn't made a dish, the process that I'm loved, it's called harira.
So she came, she sat with them, I she brought the food and the prompts I said that was sitting in between so it was Isha. So the prompts are,
right there sitting in like a semi circle.
And she said to her, she puts the food in front of the Prophet sallallaahu send them she's on one side, have soda is on the other side. And she said, Eat join us.
So, so the said to her? No, I'm not, I'm not gonna. I'm not going to eat it. So, I actually said to her Wallahi, Lita coolin, she said, You will eat, what do you mean, you're not going he said, I don't want to eat. So she said, If you don't eat, I'm going to smear your face with it.
So soda obviously said, I said to you, I'm not going to eat. Now remember that there is
Aisha is youthful, and playful.
So there is mature older, she's like, stop this.
so she refused to eat when she refused to eat. She said Wallahi I will do this. So she takes some of that food. And she smears her face with it. There you go. I told you, if you don't eat, it's gonna end up on you either either, or it's gonna end up on your face.
Now soda is upset at this point. And Masuda lotsa Santa is saying the whole seeing the whole thing in front of him. So
and So that looks at the process. Having the prophet had the biggest smile on his face is like what am I supposed to do? This is between you have nothing to do? So that's when soda went and took some of that food instead of eating it. She smear the actions face with it.
Yes, they started having basically food fight. Right.
Now, bear in mind that she was sitting on one side of the province. I love the Prophet. Sorry, sorry, I forgot. I completely ruin the story. I'm so sorry. Rasulullah. Selim, the way he was sitting is he had one of his knees up. So he was one was folded, the other one was up. So when I actually smeared sodas face with the food, right? And so they looked at the profit and she found the profit and I'm smiling. The President didn't see say anything. All he did is bring that knee down. Yeah. And he he put his knee down because he was blocking her with his knee. So the peroxide removes his knee.
And that's it. He's like, do whatever you have to do. You get you get the you get the picture, right. So he's like giving any green light to so so there will be Allahu anha she she retaliated and the point
offer sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was just laughing Salallahu Alaihe Salam, and just this shows you the level of like, love, compassion and playfulness that was there. And it also shows the side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where the prophets of salaam allowed people to be themselves in his presence on Zillow and he would sell them. Here's how they like, you know, there are many stories like this where the process allows people to be themselves, be true to their feelings, and express themselves are all the Allahu Salawat Allahu wa sallahu wa ali, so that'll be Allah on ha.
when the verse in the Quran was revealed,
Lockhart Nephi we will take one stick to the privacy of your households referring to the wives of the Prophet, Allah addressed the wives of the Prophet of Allah, they send them and they were told to stay confined within their homes unless they need to go. So somebody took that literally.
And they said, she was never seen after the revelation of that verse in public.
Until she, she died, except obviously when she went with the province vajrasana, to hedge and these kinds of things. But other than that, just in public hanging out, or going shopping or doing anything, she was never seen
doing that until the day she died out of the law on her. Sorry, after after that after the verse sorry, after the verse was revealed. So it was very careful with with with going out. And it said that one day she left fully covered, but amaro the Alana made the comment that somebody by the way we know who like we are recognized her from just her body size.
I'm recognized her
and that's the day so that said I would never leave again. If I'm recognized when I'm there when I'm fully covered. I'm not I'm not gonna go out again. So she was never seen after that in public. until she dies early a lot and how old she was she died.
It said that she was died. She died towards the end of her mother's era. And some say that she died
during the time of Earthman no way after the time of Earthman Why the discrepancy again? Because she she was seen in public very little.
Right? So um, I saw that some people thought she died during the time of man on earth, Matt was during the time before I saw her in public and said that her
so she didn't have public presence. Unlike Asha law, the law behind her and Hafsa
she did not have
you know, a profile a public profile where she was present while the Allahu Anhu Allah. However, we know that she was buried along the side of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and then back here. So next time you go to Albuquerque,
please remember, as you offer Salam, to those who are unhappy if so the Omen Momineen is one of the people there may Allah Subhana Allah be pleased with her. May Allah Subhana Allah Allah reward her. May Allah subhanho wa Taala honor her and may Allah subhanaw taala reunited with her and the rest of our mothers, all the Allahu Anhu
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