Timeless Treasures – Tales from Islamic Past

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The importance of preserving people's reputations and honor during difficult situations, including a candle scandal, is emphasized, along with the importance of justice and mercy, including praying and not letting women travel without guidance. The negative impact of heavy sleepers and the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam on people's minds is also discussed. The speakers emphasize the importance of finding positive and positive moments in one's life, avoiding rumors and false assumptions, and being flexible in work schedules. The success of their company and the potential for the future of the company are also highlighted.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa. Salam, aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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To serve.

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Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah Catrin.

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If you have not gotten a chance to or if you are here today for Joomla and you would like to contribute to the

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Libya slash Morocco Relief Fund, we're still collecting. So inshallah if we can display the

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what is it again called the QR code for if you want to donate online inshallah you can do that now.

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All right, we need to keep it down. I would like to request anyone I mean, young folks who are not here or who are playing or not here for tonight's session to exit quietly right now in Sharla. We're going to be starting for this particular for tonight's session, I need complete silence and it's really not meant for little kids. So parents please have them inshallah escort them outside and I would like those doors to be closed be the light Allah we're going to be starting in a couple of minutes.

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Okay, can you

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so now I go. Also, if you have any younger kids, the baby sitting on monada goes until 10 o'clock. We start from seven to 10. So I know a lot of parents have already taken their kids to the child daycare, but if you haven't heard of it, we're providing it every friday from seven to 10 at Manado buildings so you guys can come and enjoy inshallah. So if you have any kids there that you want to drop off, there'll be in a classroom A and B and you can can take them over there. It's completely free. We have the baby sitters over there. But again, we're gonna get started soon. So if you're here for the hotdog, please stick around but you can we have the hallways the cafe area sugar is

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open. If you'd like to socialize

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You

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so I want to live on Capitol Hill. I will not be able to start tonight's session unless I have complete silence due to the nature of the topic or the story that we're going to be discussing again, it's an episode from our history early on. So before I begin Inshallah, let me just ask you this question. Just think about it until we have complete silence until I'm ready Inshallah, to start.

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What

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does

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or what do Maria Malay has salaam, the mother of Jesus

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and

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Isha lady, Aisha, the wife of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe, Salam many, what do those two noble honorable ladies have in common?

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Think about it in sha Allah, Allah Allah and I will take a moment

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of silence not for the death of anyone but for to allow the noise to die

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in sha Allah, so I need complete silence for so many reasons. You know, one of which is the fact that this story was told to us by the very person who was involved in it and we owe it to Asha to hear

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what she told us obviously, I will be translating for the sake of time I won't say the actual words as narrated by her but the translation of what she said I'm going to relay the story to you in detail and comment in between insha Allah Hutan.

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Shala if we can have the kids upstairs inshallah under control, that would be great.

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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam.

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This particular episode has to do with

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one of the most

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one of the toughest actually

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issues or challenges that face the Muslim community, the early Muslim community during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And it was a crisis.

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This candle scandal

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and the incident that is known as a slander of Israel, the law was narrated to us in the authentic collections of Hadith by Aisha Radi Allahu Allah herself. So imagine a gathering maybe larger than this gathering. Isha is actually or imagine a group of people, men and women coming in studying under Asha and she's telling them this, the story herself and what she had to endure what she had to experience Radi Allahu anha will herba now I assure you all know who she is. She was one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the only wife that was not married before the prophets of Allah is Allah. So the Prophet was her first and only husband are the Allahu anha while

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Doha the daughter of Abu Bakar. Saudi a pub into Sudeep.

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This story, we will learn about the importance of patience and perseverance, and truth.

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In this story, we're going to talk about the importance of not judging people by suspicion

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and keeping your judgment and

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Your assumptions to yourself.

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In this story, we're going to learn about the importance and the critical nature of preserving people's reputations and honor.

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In this story,

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we will learn about the importance of a Muslim is trust in Allah subhanaw taala in his Lord.

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In this story, we will learn about the importance of justice and mercy or compassion. In this story, we will learn about importance or the significance of afflictions and calamities and enduring the decree of Allah subhanho wa Taala no matter what you go through, to find

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strength in Allah azza wa jal and maintain your resilience as a believer. Because if you have Allah azza wa jal on your side and if you put your trust in Allah azza wa jal, no matter how difficult a situation is, you will find ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala helping you through it and Allah will find a way out. So put your faith and trust in Allah azza wa jal

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I shall the Allahu anha as a special as she was, she had to endure this. And it wasn't only Aisha Radi Allahu Allah who had to deal with this particular situation. But it was also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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This was not an easy ordeal to deal with. So what's the story?

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I shall not read it the following she said.

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Whenever the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam intended to go on a journey, wherever he traveled,

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he would draw lots amongst his wives,

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and would take with him the one upon whom the lot falls.

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What does this mean? He had multiple wives salAllahu alayhi salam at this point, perhaps maybe five or six?

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Or actually, yes,

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five or six.

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Now he wants to travel. Who does he take with him?

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He cannot take all of them.

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And he cannot just pick and choose. So the proper way to do this, for those of you who have two three or four wives

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is that you flip a coin you draw a lot.

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So Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Basically what they used to do in the old days is bring arrows

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or sticks. And they would write the names of each person. And then they will randomly pick one and then whoever it is, has that's their mercy.

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Accra in any say,

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giving everyone a fair chance or an equal opportunity. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Isha says, during a last word during a particular battle, and it was the battle known as Mauricia. And it was shortly after this to give you context, it was shortly after Allah had revealed the verses in the Quran, commanding the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to fully cover and veil themselves. They were supposed to wear veils. Up until that point, the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Muslim. The women, the believing women did not necessarily cover their heads or their faces. They just, they were, they were. So most everyone knew how

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everyone else looked before that. Okay.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in this particular battle, he drew lots, she said,

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and the lodge fell upon me.

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And I proceeded with him, after Allah had decreed the use of the Vale by women.

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I was carried in a Hodor. You know, what I heard is right.

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Everyone is familiar with the howdah. In Arabic, they call it hello Dutch, how they're basically is

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a wooden box that basically in which a person sits it has normally it has a canopy, and in some areas, they would have also curtains covering it from all sides. So it's a wooden box that would be mounted on top of a large animal like a camel or like an elephant. And then the person will sit on it balance themselves get comfortable, so it almost looks like a small

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Old tent

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with with a hard platform for the person to sit on it. And it would be mounted on top of a camel and basically tied with harnesses and stuff like that. So the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and also any women that belong to a family with a status or elites of any community would travel in holidays.

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So

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she said that she was carried in a holder

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on the camo.

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And eventually,

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whenever they would land somewhere or whenever they camp somewhere on the way to the battle on the way back to the from the battle, the mount the holder will be dismounted while the person is in it. And then obviously, those who carry it on top of her mounted on top of the camel or take it off, will walk away and then the lady would be able to exit easily or on her own and privacy and enter her tent. So they will place it right in front of the entrance of the tent.

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So when Allah his Messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was through with his campaign with his USBWA he returned home on the way right before they approached Medina. They camped

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outside like, not too far from Medina they camped, and then

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during the daytime, and then when it was around nighttime, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told them to

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get up and proceed so that they can finish your their journey and enter Medina

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as early as they can.

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So she said when the province had sent them, when the announcement was made, that we're about to get up and leave the campsite, and everybody started basically getting ready for departure. She said, I needed to go relieve myself.

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And in the old days, they will go into the woods and relieve themselves. So I went to relieve myself.

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And then I came back. When she came back as she entered or she sat in the holder.

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She realized suddenly that her necklace, she said my necklace over my chest was missing. And it was a very, very, you know, precious or very important necklace that meant a lot to her. So she decided to go back and look for it because she figured out she must have lost it or dropped it, whatever she was relieving herself. So she went and she looked for it. And she said it took a long time for me to find it. Remember, it's in the middle of what

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is in the middle of the night.

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It's dark. So now she's looking for she's looking for it. And it took her a long time. In the meanwhile, ghosts who used to carry me on the camel. They came to my house and assumed that I was in it.

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And they picked it up and they mounted it on top of the of the camp, thinking that she was in it, she explained is in the Hadith. She said back then women were light in weight and thin Alene.

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They didn't they used to eat much.

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So those people, they couldn't tell the difference. And I should particularly she was very young. She said I was at the time a very young lady. She was petite and a small they couldn't tell the difference. So they did not have a doubt that she was in it. So they because she was seeing coming back to the camp and entering it. But they did not realize that she quickly snuck out and went because she was looking for her necklace.

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So they mounted it on top of the camo. Everyone got ready, and they all left. And she said I finally found my necklace. After the army had gone she didn't know that by the time she came back to the camp. She said, I found nobody.

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lambing then when you see how the circumstances are lining up.

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So she said to herself, I went to my place where her house and her tent used to be. I went to my place where we I was staying, thinking that they would discover my absence and they will come back to look for me. So I decided to sit there and wait for them. And by the way, this is a golden tip for anyone whenever you're with a group of people, and he gets separated from them in a particular place.

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If you're that one person, wait there, stay there. You know, I tell people what I whatever we go to Hajj and Umrah just wait where we lost you. Because if you're going in circles looking for us, we're going in circles looking for you. We may never find each other, just wait there. Same thing goes for children, if you go missing, wait for your family where they last saw you or where you where you were last together, or come back to that to that meeting point. So she said I went there, I sat down waiting for them.

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And while I was waiting for them,

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I fell asleep in the middle of the night.

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No one is there so quiet. She fell asleep.

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While I was in that state,

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I fell asleep.

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And then next thing she knows a man by the name of someone who Auckland, a salami at the Kewanee.

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He,

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she wakes up to him saying in the law, he were in LA miraggio

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Marina Rasulillah Oh, the wife of the Prophet.

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He was in shock. Next thing is, you know, she wakes up. And so far, it's actually daytime

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getting bright. So what I'm after is saying in the law, what

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she said. And he was able to recognize me because when she fell asleep, she fell asleep with her face covered with uncovered.

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So when he came, he saw he came, he found the he found someone let you know, lying down. He didn't know who it was he approached. And then he realized that it was Russia. So he said in that ilaha illallah hemorrhage and he was devastated. He realized that she was left behind. Now question why what was the follow up to doing there are

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three possibilities or three explanations given explanation number one.

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So if one of you out there was in charge of coming, and combing the place where the army was making sure that nothing is left behind, nothing of value is left behind, and he will come and he will basically make sure that he will pick up so he was at the end of the army. And he was the person basically in charge to

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to just check if anything was left behind. So this was his, his assignment by the province of Allah that you would send them. Another possibility is when armies keep moving, they always have someone that

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people who do reconnaissance work either ahead of the army or behind the army, you want to make sure that you're not being followed by your enemies. So one or two individuals will will stay behind and they will make sure that that no one is not no army or no.

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no intruder, or no one from the enemies is following them.

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Third possibility that is supported by a hadith. That is if I remember correctly in Al Bazar.

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The wife of someone who after one time she's told the prophets Allah Allah, they send them according to this hadith. I have an issue with someone, so forth, and I don't want to use for anyone to use this as an excuse. So one is a heavy sleeper.

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And he sleeps and very often.

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He doesn't wake up from treasure.

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He doesn't he doesn't make it to the masjid.

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He wakes up very late. So the messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam told us of what was going on someone

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and if anyone is falling asleep right now Wake up.

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What's what's going on? So one, why he says messenger of Allah. I am a heavy sleeper. So kilo rocks. I have a heavy sleeper. Arab say some people rocks. I have a heavy head. If once I sleep, I cannot wake up until I am like, like fully like until I sleep through the whole night. And it runs in my family. I belong to a family or a clan. We are all known for this. We're heavy sleepers, no matter how hard we try. We cannot wake up on our own.

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And the prompts are said and said if that's the case, because this could be a genetic thing. It could be a medical condition. Right? If that's the case, then the province and Salem gave him exemption. He said then pray as soon as you wake up.

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Generally speaking, the ruling is that if you oversleep and you miss a Salah

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then you pray it as soon as you wake up.

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Let me just stop right here for a second and go into very important tangent because this is a very bad one.

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But many people have people wake up late for a salah or after the time has gone and they say like oh hello I missed it I will pray later. No.

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If you wake up after sunrise you pray immediately that's the cathedra if you miss a Salah if you forget us Allah you miss a Salah you got preoccupied, or you overslept. As soon as you remember it, as soon as you wake up, you pray, that is a Kafala. If you delayed any further than you are what? You are committing a sin.

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This is very critical. Pray immediately don't say, Well, I missed the class, I will pray with the hood. I'll combine it with Oh no, you can't do that. You pray it immediately. This is the godfather of it. So the process that I'm told him, and this appears to be something a widely accepted explanation as to what happened was the one he happened to be the one man that when the Prophet SAW Selim told the army to get up in the middle of the night, and let's leave, everybody left except him. He woke up there was no one he got ready quickly. As he was departing the campsite. He sees someone, he approaches that person to see who it is. And then it turns out to be Aisha. She said, I

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woke up with him saying in that ilaha illa, here's your own. And as soon as he saw me, he turned around, and he did not speak a word. He didn't say anything. And I as soon as I saw him, I covered my face. All he did is that he brought his camel closer to me. Or he kneeled his camel. And when the camel knelt down, he walked away. And I rode the camel, and he basically led the camel, and we caught up with the army.

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Now

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now people see this so far without them coming without a shot on top of it on top of the camera,

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right? And he comes, delivers her to the prophesy center, and he goes,

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now she doesn't know what is happening. What has happened after that.

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She said

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as soon

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as we arrived, Medina, she said, When we returned to Medina, I became very ill upon arriving Medina, for a whole month, an entire month, four weeks have gone by.

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The people were spreading the forgery or the slander in the skin.

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And I had no clue what was happening.

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The only thing I noticed, she said, during my ailment during this month, she noticed that

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that she wasn't receiving from the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the usual kind of kindness and soft and tender.

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Basically support the promises I sent him was not as tender as he used to be before that.

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And whenever he came home or pass by when I was sick, he was saying, How is the girl doing?

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So she said, I thought there was something wrong and strange, but I couldn't. I couldn't tell why. And this shows how innocent she was, she said.

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Then when I started to recover from my ailment, I went out with Mr. I want you to remember this name on Mr. The mother of Mr. or Miss thought was

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a relative of Abu Bakr

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Abu Bakr, his mother was her aunt.

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So she was a worker's cousin

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and a Mr. and her family. She was a widow. She was a widow, I believe maybe with two children, a male named Mr. And daughter, as she was from them hatchery from the immigrants that came from Mecca to Medina and did not have much wealth. Abu Bakr used to be the sole basically sponsor and he used to support them financially. He used to take care of them.

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So she said, me and Mr. Went out

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outside Medina, to relieve ourselves there were certain areas in the outskirts of Medina where people would go to basically relieve themselves. She said, back then, we did not have lavatories, we did not have we did not have places in our homes where we would like relieve ourselves. We used to find that to be, you know, repulsive. We did not that wasn't part of our style back then. People used to go outside and in some areas or some regions, that is still the case.

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So so she said and women would go at night or in the evening and usually they would go in groups. Yeah.

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And he was with a company. Right woman is still until this day they go to the ladies room in groups.

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So she said, I went with a Mr.

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To relieve ourselves.

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And as we were walking or coming back, or Mr. trekt, she stumbled on her long dress, and she fell down. And when she fell down, she said, Teresa, Mr. She said, Let's miss the her own son, be ruined. She basically cursed her son.

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I said to her, I said to her, lady,

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what a bad word you're saying about a man who who joined or witness the Battle of budget. You see people who were members of the Prophet's army in the Battle of better had a very elevated status. They were very respected. All the third 300 something 313 or 318 companions, who fought in this in that battle. And of course, 14 of them were killed, martyred, they had a very high status, they used to call them bedroom. Shaheed the bed, that was like a badge of honor.

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Right, like a purple. What do they call it?

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Purple Hearts. Right? badge of honor. This is how could you say that about Mr. who witnessed the Battle of better. Aisha said, or miss looked at her and she said to her?

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I hinter. She said to her, you there. What are you talking about?

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Didn't you hear? Don't she know what he has been saying?

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She's like, What? She was completely oblivious to what was being circulated in the community by few individuals.

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Then she told her the whole story.

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It just said, Upon hearing what was being said about me for the past month, I became more sick, she regressed. Her health started to deteriorate. She was completely broken. She said, I returned home.

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And Allah's messenger came to me.

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And after greeting him, I said,

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and he said the same thing that he used to say. She said, she went to him and she said, Would you allow me messenger of Allah to go visit my parents?

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And the province has had them gave her permission to go and visit them. The only reason she did that is because she wanted to verify the story. She wanted to know what was happening. So she went to her parents. And then she spoke to her mother. And she said to her,

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what are the people talking about? All mother? Her mother said, Oh, my daughter, don't worry about it. You know, this, this this is not a big deal by Allah never Is there a charming and beautiful and attractive lady like you loved by her husband, who has otherwise, but the women would forge false news about her. Of course, they're gonna they're gonna say bad things about you. You have

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you have too many competitors, people who are threatened by people who feel insecure around you. Her mother was trying to make her to make her feel better. That is not a big deal.

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So she said Subhana Allah.

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Are people really talking about this matter? They're really saying this really has it gotten this bad. She was devastated, heartbroken. And she said, I went home that night, and I kept weeping and crying all night. I couldn't sleep.

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In the morning, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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called he summoned ally of Latvia Talib and Osama bin Zaid. Ali is his son in law and his cousin.

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Osama bin Zayed is was the son of his adopted son.

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Both young

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from a generation close to the generation of Aisha Radi Allahu Ana, but there are also members of his household and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam consulted them. Isha said when he saw that divine inspiration, why he was delayed, there was nothing revealed during this time regarding Aisha or otherwise.

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So he sought counsel from them as to what he should do.

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And the process I sent him was considering divorce or separation. Osama bin Zayed

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he knew I should to be have a good reputation. And he knew that she was. She was she was a great person, a great woman. And he said messenger of Allah. Keep your wife for Allah by Allah. We know nothing about her but good she

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He's an amazing person, don't you know? So he discouraged the machine, the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam, from what the province has sent him was thinking about. On the other hand, I didn't even know how to be a pilot. He said, Oh Allah, His messenger. Allah, you are not restricted to you know,

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you don't have to.

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So he was what

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encouraged encouraging the province of Santa not necessarily encouraging him, but he was basically trying to alleviate the burden. He saw that the Messenger of Allah asylum was in crisis. Imagine a whole month, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is his house household. This is his honor. He doesn't know what to do, why is not coming to him.

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And this thing is spreading. And even members of the Muslim community believing people, believers, good believers, people like Mr. Her own second cousin

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is propagating and spreading this.

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And they had never dealt with anything like this before.

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So at least you see that the process started in there is under a tremendous amount of pressure. And he says to the messenger of Allah take it easy. And he said, if he or she is not the only woman, there are many other options. However,

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you may want to ask Maria, but Iran was at issues meet.

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She knows her very well. Ask her and she will tell you the truth.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called the euro and he said a burrito? obrera

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Did you ever see anything

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which causes you to be suspicious of an issue? And that he said no by Allah. And she's not going to lie to the prophets of Allah they sent them she knows that, ya know, by Allah,

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who has sent you with the truth or messenger of Allah? I have never seen and her anything faulty, except one thing.

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The only thing the only negative thing about Aisha is what was one thing? And she said, the President said what is it? Or she she elaborated? She said, she is very young and immature.

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And she very often falls asleep.

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And she leaves the bread, like the door that she did that she would like, fall asleep while it's

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and then the goat will come in to eat it.

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That tells me what like maids are really like concerned about? Yeah, she is she is she's making bread. And before she bakes the bread. Sometimes she's tired, she's waiting for it to rest. You know how like, you let the dough rest. She's waiting for it to rest. And then she falls asleep. She knows us. And then they had a goat at home that would come and eat it. She wakes up the doors at the house.

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That's the only thing and that shows our issues. What how innocent she was probably Allah and Allah or how inexperienced she was.

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This is not someone capable of something like this will either be law.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, let's bury era go. And then

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the province of Salem went out. Tasha said he went out. The community gathered, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ascended that pulpit.

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And he requested

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that the province that he requested from people, that they will give him permission to punish the person who started this whole thing.

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The person that started this scandal was none other than Abdullah Hypnobabies

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who was pretty much known as the, the head of hypocrisy.

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He was, he was the head of hypocrisy. He was the chief of the hypocrites. So the province has held them without mentioning his name. He said he asked for permission. He said oh people who would support me or give me permission to punish the person who has who has caused me this my suffering.

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So

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sad of Nimrod,

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he got up and he said Mercy of Allah.

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O Messenger of Allah by Allah.

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I will relieve you from him, I will relieve you from him. I will read you from him. If the man that you're talking about is from the house from my clan,

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then we will chop off his head

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and if he is from our brothers, our brothers the first Raj, the other clan or the other tribe, then order us give us your command. And we will fulfill your order whatever your order is.

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Hi Isha said this is who speaking side

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given word, just to give you an idea Saddam was the companion when he died, the province has had them set and he was only 33. When he died, the process of them said the Throne of Allah shook for his death. Inside even while it was a very decisive person, when it comes to the truth, no compromise.

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Now, I should said, on the other hand, sad Avada both are sad, sad. Vida was what was the chief of the huzzah Raj, the other clan

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of whom, or to Whom belongs who?

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Abdullah bin obey the sentiment and everybody knows that Abdullah bin administrador was was the person though the prophets of salaam did not name him. Everybody knew that it was him.

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He said

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that he was a very pious man, the Allah Han. He was a very pious man, however, motivated by his zeal, or tribalism.

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He got up and he said, By Allah, you lied. You're a liar or sad. He's telling Saudi when you lie, you wouldn't do that. You cannot kill him.

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And you will never be able to do that.

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You only said that because you knew he's from our tribe.

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You're like showing up? Yeah. And he was upset. He wanted to

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say they've been hurt Leia

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is from the house will say even a purveyor was the person responsible for for Saddam and will have to actually consider Islam and come and approach Musa

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and he was and they were they were relatives will say the manipulative got up and he said, By Allah, you are the liar set meaning side of Nevada. Now they're starting to basically what? Shout at each other.

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By Allah, we will kill him. And you are a hypocrite defending hypocrites. I mean, obviously he wasn't. He was just being what? Angry. Now why are they angry? On behalf of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam in this particular exchange, and shows you how tense the situation was. They were so close to actually engaging each other and fighting.

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Right before the promises have arrived. These two classes were were engaged in a long, long bloody war between them.

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In the days of Janelia

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they were there. This was going to lead to a civil war in the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This caused the province SLM to come down from his pulpit and calm everyone down.

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salAllahu alayhi wa sallam, he told them to be quiet, forget it. Forget this. That's fine. Just go home peacefully. Everybody go on retreat.

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I Aisha said In the meanwhile, that entire day I am weeping. She's still crying, lie Ercoli dumb. My tears did not dry up, constantly flowing.

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In the morning,

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her parents came to visit her.

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And she said by then I had wept for two nights, non stop. I had not slept, and I was weeping for two full nights.

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Until they were they were so concerned about her. The reason they came to visit her is because she was crying the whole time not to stop. She said, literally basically what she said means I thought my liver was going to burst from crying. In other words, she was in so much distress of the Allahu Ana, that she thought that or her parents were afraid that she might die. She will just continue to weep and die and cry and not sleep until something bad happens to her.

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And while she was weeping and crying, she said a woman from the unsought after this commotion between the men and everyone went home. And that situation is tense, a woman from the unsought from the community. She came, she asked for permission to come in and sit with me. She came, she joined me she sat down, she started crying with me.

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Just give her support. We'll cry together. And the two were just crying the whole time.

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And while they were weeping while they were in that state, Allah's messenger came in he sat down

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and she said this was the first time that he sat down since this whole thing started.

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And then he said to her, he obviously recited he said Alhamdulillah wa salatu wa Chateau Allah, Allah him Allah. So basically, he said,

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The shahada, meaning the province of Salem is about to start talking,

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and then he said or Aisha, I have been informed of such and such about you. If you are innocent, then Allah will soon reveal your innocence.

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And if you have committed something if you haven't done something, then repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala and ask him for forgiveness.

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For Allah Subhana Allah to Allah forgives those who ask for forgiveness. When a person confesses, and asks Allah to forgive their sins, Allah azza wa jal will forgive them. So, in Allah somehow, so the province has basically is telling her what

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giving her hope.

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If you're innocent, Allah will reveal your innocence. If you have done something, we forgive you, but ask Allah for forgiveness is between you and Allah Subhana Allah. So when the prophesy Selim finished his speech, he finished what he had to say. She said, My tears cease completely. i She was a different person. She's like, when he finished whatever he said, she said, My tears were dry. She stopped crying.

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And then she said,

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Father, whose father will back up a worker and her mother are sitting there, she said, Father,

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he rasool Allah, hiya, Annie.

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She said,

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Do you mind responding to the Messenger of Allah on my behalf? You talk on my behalf.

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I will work reset.

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I don't know what to say to the Messenger of Allah. Aisha, what do you want me to say?

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She then she looked at him her mother and she said mother

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a Jeeva rasool Allah, Allah, you will respond to the Messenger of Allah on my behalf.

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And her mother said, I don't know what would you say to the Messenger of Allah.

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And she said, I was a young girl. However, at this point, now she is what? offended, she is enraged. She said, she said, I was a young girl. I wasn't, I didn't memorize a lot of the Quran. I didn't know much, but with the little that I knew, she said, I said,

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By Allah,

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you, people meaning you, you have listened to what the people have been saying.

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And it has been planted into your ears.

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And it's made its way into your mind, meaning philosophy, you have accepted it. You have taken it as the truth. Now, if I told you that I'm innocent, and Allah knows that I'm innocent, you would not believe me, would you? And if I confess something that I didn't do falsely, and Allah knows that I'm innocent, I will be you you will, you will believe me.

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And she said, by Allah.

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I can't find any words to really describe our situation here. Other than and she said that I forgot the name of the man. She's referring to Yeah. She said she forgot his name. So she said, My only condolences or our situation here. You know what applies here is what the father of use of the father of Joseph said. Hassan Jameel wala who was the one who I met on the phone, I'll be patient, and the most fitting

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against what was said about me, and Allah subhanho wa Taala alone is my helper. Then she said, I turned to the other side, she turned her face around, she lied down, and no more crying or weeping. And she said, I knew Allah subhanaw taala at that moment, will prove my innocence. She said, however, I never considered myself to be worthy, that Allah would reveal a Quran regarding me. I thought perhaps Allah will cause the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam to see a dream. And we know that the dream of prophets is writing is a form of revelation from Allah. So I thought maybe the Messenger of Allah will see a dream, that will actually in which my innocence will be proven. But

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instead, while I was in that state, something extraordinary happen. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was overtaken

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by the same estate, which used to happen to him whenever he received why meaning the promises sell and went into the What the what he mode,

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the process, they knew it, they in the process, they could see the process and seller was receiving why some the problems I have is like in a different he's on he's out. He's in a different world. His face turns red, he started in the process and started sweating, sweating heavily. So they knew that whatever was being given

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realterm was what?

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Very heavy revelation, very heavy revelation.

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And

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I shall the Allahu anha. Obviously, in some narration says while the prophets Allah was going through that state, I will book her and her mother or what?

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Very nervous, they don't know what the outcome is gonna be. On the other hand, she said, I was completely, I was very confident, because she knew that she didn't do anything. And when that ended, she said, the first thing

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that they were able to see was the smile, the bright smile of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam. And the first word that came out of his mouth was Isha.

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Thank Allah, praise Allah subhanaw taala for Allah has declared your innocence.

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Her mother was so joyous and she was excited and she said to her, get up to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she said to get up to him, he thanked him, hug him, whatever. And I actually said by Allah, I will not go to him. And I will not thank him or thank you or thank anyone except Allah.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala revealed 10 The most powerful 10 verses of Surah ignore an entire page in Alladhina Jaya Obon fk rosborough Minco that those who produce this slander this lie they're a group from amongst you know attack Cebu sha Allah calm, do not think that it was something bad for you, but who if there was a lot of good image for you? Then Allah Subhan Allah to Allah promise and let Etowah kibra Hominem the one that was most

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most instrumental and especially in spreading this the one person that has spread this and started this whole thing, the WHO other one, what?

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That person will be punished severely by Allah subhanho wa taala. And then Allah revealed the verses what should be done in this particular situation. And what happened was, and upon hearing this Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah, I will summarize the rest of it, I should go through details, even with the ending of it. Upon hearing this, I will book a set while I used to take care of Mr. And to spend money on him.

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And now he did this, I will not take care of him financially anymore. So Allah subhanaw taala revealed another verse after those verses, in which Allah subhanho wa Taala reminded Abu Bakr and those who want to be like Abu Bakar when you have a commitment when you make a pledge to do something for the sake of Allah azza wa jal do not stop doing it for personal reasons.

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Well, yeah for what he has filed and forgive him pardon his relatives still. So Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu anhu, reinstated whatever he used to. As a matter of fact, scholars say there are narrations that say Abu Bakr gave him what? He started giving him more.

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More

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because Allah invited him to do that, when he asked well is allowed to a boon for Allah, Allah, do not do not want Allah azza wa jal to forgive you. And oh look, I said of course I want my Lord to forgive me.

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Aisha said, then the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, according to these verses had to punish those three people. Three individuals who participated in this, have not been judged, have not been judged, by the way just to give you context. She was

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the cousin, the first cousin of the Prophet salallahu, odious, and she was the sister of Zainab bint Jahsh, the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Zeynep. She said, zeyneb was my competition, my real competition the person of all the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the one that was very like had would compete with me in terms of like status and closeness to the Prophet was Xena.

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Zeynab made sure that she did not engage in any of this. And she said, No, I mean, somebody will go sorry, I will preserve my hearing, and my eye and my tongue. And I wouldn't say anything about Asha except what I know to be good and she's innocent. She said, on the other hand, Hannah, her sister for the sake of of she started basically spreading this. So for halachot Freeman Haluk. She ended up getting punished AD AD whips, not whips, but at times in with with a stick, have not been judged Mr. The cousin of Aisha and her son had an affair but the poet who later obviously apologized to Aisha and he said long poetry in which he praises that

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Aisha Radi Allahu Allah. What Allah? Here's a question that begs itself

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Abdullah having a baby in a saloon was not

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punished.

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Why?

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Okay, scholars mentioned multiple things. Number one, they say his punishment is in Africa because Allah azza wa jal says well let Ito Allah keep roaming home.

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So they said Allah azza wa jal promised him

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a severe punishment in akhira. So that's his punishment,

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perhaps, would not touch him.

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Number two, when when a Muslim or when a believer commits an offence punishable by the Islamic penal code, and that person is submitted without punishment, and makes Toba the punishment itself is an explanation of their sin, meaning if they receive a punishment in this life, they will not be punished for the same offense the hereafter. So had he received his punishment in this life that would have what relieved him from being punished in the hereafter for it.

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So it's not like he got away with it. By the way, he didn't live long after that, he died.

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Okay, so this is the second

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reason that was given by the scholars, there was a third reason that was given by the scholars. They said, though, he was the one that started it, but he was very discreet about it. He did not necessarily openly come and speak in front of other people. So his offense was not proven, except by Allah subhanaw taala. And the people that he would spread this amongst were hypocrites like him, who would cover up for him.

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Nor was he willing to come and confess like those other Sahaba who wanted to come and confess and receive the punishment for what they had done. Because Hannah has said, and Miss La, they all submitted, they all confess, and they all basically, were willing or wanted to be punished for what they did in this life, so that Allah is available, forgive them.

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Many lessons to be learned from this. One of the things that Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, in sha Allah to Allah, we conclude with this, Allah subhanho wa Taala reprimanded the believers or the community, especially those who heard this and accepted the rumors, or allowed themselves to even entertain it. Allah Subhana Allah says, Lola is subject to more when have you heard it? One, let me know and I will want me now to be emphysema, Hira, believing men and believing women should have had

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a better and a more positive perception of themselves. You see what you expect from other people, what you assume about other people reflects how you relate to yourself and what you assume about or what you know about yourself.

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Hear me out

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if you spread rumors, or if you are suspicious of other people, and if you allow your suspicion to cause you to make wrong assumptions, or false assumptions or negative assumption

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about someone else, that is reflective of how you think of yourself as a believer.

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You see if you know you have yourself to be as a believer, as someone who wouldn't do something like this, you will say I wouldn't do something like this. How would anyone who is better than me would do something like that? If I'm not going to do this? How could I should do that? Something like this? If I wouldn't accept this, to be said about my daughter, how could I accept that to be said about a workers daughter? If I wouldn't accept this to be said about my wife? How could I expect except this to be said about the Prophets wife?

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If I wouldn't accept this to be said, about

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my sister, or my mother, how could I accept this to be said about the Mother of the Believers? And the same thing goes to any one of us.

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You should assume that person to be innocent and find an excuse for them.

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Now someone might say wait a minute, but Yanni It was strange, it was awkward. They came together. They stayed behind the army that

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Who could have thought if Aisha did not tell us what happened?

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And give us an explanation of what happened if she didn't have to? Because Allah azza wa jal has proven her innocence.

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Could you have imagined that scenario?

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Let me ask you a question. Could you have imagined that scenario? yourself?

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You see

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nyesha Let's let's just talk about you see a brother

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Let me just give you see a brother dropping off a sister, who is not his mom. And it's not his wife. She's in the backseat of the car of the van. He's driving. He comes, put the pull up here, he drops her off, and she comes out.

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What should your reaction or your assumption be?

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Over his Calaca? Maybe he's an Uber driver? Well, you don't know him to be uber driver. Maybe her car broke down somewhere in downtown or somewhere.

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Right? And he basically picked her up because you don't want to see a Muslim sister by herself in this dangerous area. Why did he order Uber for her while he didn't have the app?

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Or she didn't feel safe? And why should he order Uber for her and let her

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drive or travel with a stranger? And instead of

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any who is more worthy, or trustworthy?

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You get my point.

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You should immediately think something positive.

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There are so many other scenarios that could be the truth.

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Why didn't he drop her off at home? Why did he drop her off at the message maybe she didn't want to know. She didn't want him to know where she lives.

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Maybe it was going to be very awkward. Maybe this is the best place for her relatives or for someone to come and pick her up. There are so many,

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many possibilities and excuses. That's why they they say ultimately Africa Sabina Ultron. Find for your brother or for your sister 70 excuses. And if you cannot find 70 excuses, meaning you go through all the scenarios and the possibilities and by the way, you have no business to do that anyways, because the Prophet SAW Selim says me personally, Islam and telco man, any part of you being a good Muslim is really not preoccupying yourself with anyone's business or business. But if you must, if you must, then find 70 excuses. Maybe it's this maybe stat, all of which should be positive, good. And let's say that none of them apply. None of them make sense. Can you say? Well, I

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really went through all the possibilities. It doesn't make sense. There is no say. The scholars said, Say to yourself, Landa who? Maybe this person has a story behind this, or an explanation or an excuse that I couldn't think of, and always maintain? What positive thought about believers? May Allah subhanho wa Taala help you and I purify our hearts and our souls and our manners. If I may add quickly, by the way, just quickly, suppose that you saw something. You saw something you saw damning evidence for sure. That basically establishes guilt, you know this person or this these two individuals?

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You saw it with your own eyes. What are you supposed to do?

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Wallah I feel like jumping out of my seat.

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Oxen Biller, I feel like jumping out of my seat.

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You come upon information that pretty much

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proves without any doubt that these two individuals are you see them you see someone committing haram, major sin. What are you supposed to do?

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Pull your phone out documented, share it with people know you cover it up? Yes, our religion says you cover it up. Our religion is not a religion of Fallujah, because if you spread it then you have committed an offense punishable by Islamic law.

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And you will be of those people whom Allah has just has in the Ladino he buena Anta she Alpha Isha to Villa Deena Avenue, and read these verses go back to sewer 24 and read these verses. And I want our young, you know, high schoolers and college students to really make sure that you do study these ayat in the Halacha. How do we deal with rumors about people's reputations and honor?

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You're supposed to cover it up.

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That's why I said that. We were concerned that if I see two people committing Zina, I would cover them and walk away

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because we're not supposed to normalize it and spread it and talk about it.

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There is nothing good to come out of this.

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And Allah knows best are SallAllahu ala Sayidina, Muhammad Ali Salim at the same at the field.

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It doesn't matter. By the way, even if you have three witnesses with you, even if there are four of you. No one says that you have to go and testify.

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No one says that.

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Yeah. So people say well, what if there is four of us and still

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Keep it yourself, especially in our context, by the way, especially in our context, right now. Why? Because who are you going to talk to? Where are you going to? Because those four witnesses are only

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allowed to testify under what? An Islamic system and Islamic judicial system. So in the absence of that, even if four people see something together, let's not talk about it amongst ourselves, we're not supposed to say anything.

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Now, does this mean that basically you don't offer people nasiha? Does this mean you just let them do whatever they want? No. Obviously, you need to go to the person. Give them mercy. Help them out. Right. See if there's anything that you can do try to basically bring

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like

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bring a resolution because no one does these things. Except if they are Jahan. They're there. They have Jehan, or if they are really in deep state of Avila.

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So hallelujah. I have to tell you this NAMM yesterday two days ago, I was in a different place. He may have told me

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some people will lie he by the way, do not underestimate the level of job that people have Tjahaja

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I saw this with my own eyes Yanni. I'm standing a young man comes out Ramadan.

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I asks my our chef and my mentor chef Appaloosa, this is 25 years ago.

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He's like, Shit, I noticed the month of Ramadan now and we're fasting.

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Does kissing my girlfriend break my fast?

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You know, I was the junior Imam. The Sheikh was a senior email. So he looked at me because you're a young man. You know, he looked at me. He's like, is he being serious?

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I looked at him. I said it appears so sure. I think he's serious. He doesn't know.

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She had said to him.

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Sorry, he said doesn't break my fast and is it? Is it okay? He said it's not okay. Ramadan, or outside and blah, blah.

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And obviously gave her advice. Give him no see.

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This is the level of jazz that we have when something is normalized. And that is why warning young folks, brothers and sisters, right? All of these terminologies that are used by people. Oh, what are we are in a relationship? No, you're not in a relationship. You are in a haram relationship. You're committing Zina, oh, what a boyfriend girl with dating or going out all of these things, all these terminologies do not legitimize a relationship unless you sit down with the wedding.

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And her Wedi her, whoever is representing her says, I marry you my sister, my daughter, my cousin, my aunt, my mother, whoever that person is in accordance with the book of Allah and you say yes, I do. And there are at least two witnesses and there is Maha unless you do that, you do that little process. That is key is a haram relationship. You cannot talk. You cannot touch you cannot be together. Period.

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You don't abide by this. Allah azza wa jal says about the believers when they're the normally Fuji him have your own and those who safeguard their private parts and their chastity Illa Allah as virgin except with their wives whom they marry oh man Melaka to a man whom or what their right hand possesses and this is something that is no longer

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you know it's absolutely that system is not there

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for in the home available manual mean they are not to be blamed for many tele evatik Whoever seeks anything beyond that

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girlfriend boyfriend for all that eco hula i doing the these are the transgressors and it's a serious offence. Allah Subhana Allah says well is known as Delhi KL Krauthammer and they do not commit Zina, anyone who does that will indeed be punished. You will know that we all know piano, their punishment will be doubled on the Day of Judgment, especially if they legitimize it, especially if they think that it's okay. It's not okay. It's haram. Yes, there is a fine line between halal and haram. Two individuals can love each other and be committed to each other live together. Right? Or you can have two sets two individuals, a they are married, they had any car.

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They did their their key tab or their Nikka. They went home and then two individuals, they just went held hands

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right by the river. They looked into each other's eyes and they said I love you. I love you. They committed each other and they're committed. They both live together. They both do the same thing. Both sets. One. They have the door of everyone in the community. They're related

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Ship is blessed every moment they spent together, anytime they play, anything that they do together will be blessed. And Allah will be pleased with them. And everything that they do for each other is sadaqa the other

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who didn't do this, their relationship is not legitimate, they are not blessed, they're cursed.

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And Allah subhanaw taala is not pleased with them.

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That's a difference.

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So may Allah subhanaw taala purify our households and our relationships and our hearts and our minds. May Allah subhanaw taala make you and I have those who seek Halal in whatever they do, and seek the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala and whatever they do in sha Allah, Allah anyone that has personal questions or wants to further discuss this, please feel free to approach me salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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