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Why Aisha Believed in Prophet Mohammed
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Hope you enjoy the video so alright, hello Sam how to Sula. Today inshallah we're going to be discussing going through the proofs of prophethood of Rasulullah saw Selim through the eyes of Arusha, specifically. And this is a different way of looking at proofs for Prophethood. Usually, it's done by focusing on matters like miracles matters, like prophecies matters, like what you find about Rasulullah saw Selim, in previous scriptures, the eloquence of the Koran, many different methods. When one looks into the proofs of the production of Rasulullah saw send them however, in this particular subject, I wanted to change things up. Because I wanted to focus on
the question of why did the Sahaba themselves believe
so I'm just gonna toss a question to you guys. You guys know how I came to Islam?
Yes, let's set. So you guys look bit confused.
Brother answered, she was born into Islam correct.
However, does that really change anything,
she spent a good deal of time with little sauce lm and she knew him, arguably, better than most or better than anyone else, to be honest.
who is Irish, of course, she is the daughter of a record of Soviet
Russia, Tamia. And she lived she outlived the Prophet peace be upon him by about
almost 50 years. And in that time, she was seen as arguably, arguably the greatest scholar that we have in Islam she taught more than most, she has more narrations than most and without Aisha Islam would be different. Islam would truly be different, she made a huge, huge change.
So the topics inshallah, that I'm going to be covering are now some of these side topics or some of these topics are going to seem like why are you even going into this, but this lecture is focusing on not just the Muslims, but those who are very, very skeptical, extremely skeptical. So the first subtopic will be
did she claim to believe in Islam? Okay, and the one after that will be was she sincere? Was she truthful? Did she believe that Rasulullah saw Salam was sincere.
And then we're going to get into the topic of what are the proofs that
not necessarily made for a Muslim but capture Muslim? Why was she a sincere believer in Islam?
I mean, this is the simplest points really, that she claim to believe in.
Every single Hadeeth that you read that Ashley is narrating she has a lot of soul loss IRAs in them, Garland that'd be a solo send them
and these reports come through an Ibis had been Omar, Abu hurayrah, Abu Musa
several companions, a large number of Tibet in you can find them in pretty much every book of Hadeeth behati Muslim the six books as soon under placement doremi mata Malik, Masada Ahmed, marginata, Bharani, Sahib headbands, emphysema, any book that you can think of, you're gonna find narrations of Ayesha, it's undeniable. To be honest, it is undeniable.
And what do we get from Alisha saying Allah Rasool Allah says Allah, what do we get from last? We got
that she existed.
We get that also la Selim existed.
We get that she believed in that. So latos law, there's a simplest way of putting it.
And inshallah we're going to go a bit deeper into that. But at least this establishes her outer belief and the Prophet peace be upon him.
Now there one of the reasons by the way that I chose Russia, even though this is kind of random, like this kind of pushed me to choosing I should because I could have done this with other companions. I could have done this with any companion that has a lot of narrations. So I could have done this with a Buddha I could have done this with him and I bus had been Omar
Abubakar le could have done this with any of them. But I specifically chose Ayesha, this kind of pushed me to it because you have a really, really dumb argument. You have a really dumb argument that some critics of Islam are pushing forward which is an aberration Where is where I should says,
it seems like Allah hastin hastens to fulfill your desires. Have you heard of that one? Okay.
So basically a verses revealed.
And the verse has to do with the Prophet peace be upon him and his marriages. And it's something that basically fulfills the prophets desires. Now, this could be seen in two ways this could Ayesha's statement can either be seen as a tongue in cheek comment.
Seems like a lot was fulfilling your desires, but I don't really believe in that, or, or she really means that she she really doesn't mean that's a lot really seems to be fulfilling your desires. And the reason why one would assume that it's the latter is because in the same narrations, he says, Bala Rasul was I said them and the same narrations, she says, When Allah subhanaw taala revealed these verses. I mean, I don't really understand how some critics of Islam think the same narration refutes this concept.
So yeah, this specific reports gave me a little push to focus on this, to focus specifically on Ayesha
so was sincere in her beliefs. inwardly, not just outwardly.
We have very explicit narrations, very, very explicit narrations that do imply that she did believe in Islam, that she did believe in this message. So for example, one narration
it's now aerated that she used to fast every single day. Why would she put herself through such a thing, if she if she didn't believe in Islam.
She also she was, she lived a very ascetic life. And she gave away 70,000 Dental hums or one hour rates that he saw Arusha give away 70,000 dirhams to charity, while living in such a poor state that she used to. She used to stitch up her own clothing.
Right? when we when we have our clothes torn up, we just toss them out, buy some new clothes, that was a type of lifestyle that she lived. These two narrations, of course, are in the hot tub and sad. And by the way, everything I'm quoting is authentic. According to Sony standards of Hadeeth, Muslim Central had teeth. So something to keep in mind.
You can call me out. If you find any reports that you think are a bit
that are a bit questionable. You can ask me for the specific references. I'll only be mentioning the source and this specific lecture. But if you want to contact me later, I will be providing to you the specific headache numbers.
Now to some people, they might feel like, hey, these reports. They're very, very explicit. They're so explicit that I'm having doubts. Okay, and this is some people do
thinking that way. However, there are implicit reports that do suggest that Isha
was sincere in her beliefs. And sometimes the implicit reports, you feel like there's no reason for anyone to make this up. There's no reason for me to doubt this. They're not that direct. Right? So for example,
and by the way, these are like, some of them, they're, they're just so
tame. They're so
I don't want to say mundane, but they really have nothing to do with her faith. Right. So for example, Alicia
teaches women that after your period
If menstruation has finished, you don't need to make up the prayers that you missed out on. Just so random for pa Heidi. Why would she teach women that's why she going out for weights educate women about this, because she believed in this
I should tell her that I'm I've been a backer, her brother.
Right? Well onto the heels from hellfire. And this, of course has to do with doing the ablution in the correct manner. She's basically reminding him or teaching him about this. Why would she teach in this? Obviously because she believed in it. She forbids women or she tells women that it's forbidden to mourn.
When someone has passed away for more than three days, with the exception of it being your husband, she narrates this from Mozilla so seldom find this OSI Muslim. By the way, the first report about making a presence sign body second report is and it was like
why would I should tell women stop morning
after three days,
because she believed in it.
She taught people she told the Muslims that it's forbidden to kill certain types of snakes.
Right? Why would she do that? Aren't all snakes dangerous?
It's because she believed in this.
She told people this insightful quality. She taught people that it's that some animals or the animals can hear the dead being punished in the grave. Again, she heard she heard this from Mozilla so send them sidebar and say Muslim.
When the masala sauce and lamb was well, he used to recite them with a tan the last two chapters of the Quran onto his hands and he used to wipe himself as a form of fortification. A means to cure
because of course, the words of ALLAH
is a form of a cure, or are a form of a cure. And when I saw Sam was very sick,
having trouble struggling to recite Ayesha would be the person reciting them I will attend
on to his hands and wiping him with his own hands.
Why would she do this? Because she believed.
And by the way, and if you think about it, it's not really hard so far fetched to believe that the wife of a prophet believed in him, I'm really going out of my way to hammer this message across to those that see Irish as someone who
didn't believe in his message.
She believed that his actions were precursors to Revelation.
So for example, any guesses and the this should kind of this kind of should be familiar.
I'm thinking of telawi so it also lots of time prayed today. for two nights on the third night he didn't pray What are we saying I fear that might be made obligatory upon the Muslims if I continue to pray.
Now Ayesha believed in this similarly with sort of what she said that also Moses and then pray it, because he feared that if he did, it would be made obligatory.
He saw that his actions actions around him were precursors to Revelation
and of course, as a Muslim, and a very very interesting matter inshallah, we'll get to that even sooner, sooner. The description of the prayerfulness will also sell and why would she Why would I should go into the very details of his prayer because she believed
two very interesting Oh man, I'm really spending a lot of time on this but I really want to mess it I want to hammer this message across, had eaten
ash in our rates that this is, this occurs outside of Medina. They were coming back, I believe, from
one of the bottles. I believe this was in the sixth year if I'm not mistaken. And basically, I was left behind slough one Belmopan, and in some, according to some scholars,
picks her up, and they head into Medina. When they enter Medina rumors erupt.
there was something there there was something going on. And that there was Zina that's occurred between Russia and stuff I'm not been ordered and walk but
so and this period is just spent a lengthy amount of time with her parents
about a month. And this is his narration, by the way, narration can be found inside Bahasa Muslim.
And she says
she, she was upset that a lot of people doubted her. If not, I don't know if it was most people, but a lot of people doubted her. And she was hoping that a verse would be revealed to clear her from this charge.
And after a month, of this happening,
verses were revealed in deeds, clearing her off this charge,
the mother of five is just set to I should go to him, go to the museum, of course, she can congratulate her. And you said go to him and she said, I will not go to him.
Allah Subhana Allah cleared me from this. I only thank Allah.
What does this say? Obviously Natasha believed. And what's interesting is, if I didn't believe in the buzzsumo, sanlam, then she would have been like, hey, why isn't he just saying that nothing happened? Why is he waiting a month. And of course, This in itself is proof. That sort of soulless asylum wasn't either profit, one wouldn't leave his wife
under suspicion for a month.
Another example, inshallah is gonna be the last example.
I took here, in the ninth year after the hinge Allah, but also also sanlam gave the wives of course there are verses in the Quran, so to speak about this. He gave the wives the option to stay with him or leave him.
And the verse says, If you should desire the worldly life, and it's adornments, then come, I will provide you and give you a gracious release. Verse number 28. So close up.
Now, this might seem a bit strange, why would they receive the worldly life if they left him? Well, first of all,
it's forbidden. And this is also clear and so close up, it's forbidden for any one of his wives to marry another man.
After this, if they accepted if they said we're gonna stay or wife, this is one year before he passes away, one year before he passes away a year in a few months. If he passes away, he lost, they're stuck. They cannot get married to another man.
And secondly, is because they lived really tough lives.
They only ate like water and dates, as Ayesha narrates herself, and Ayesha chose to be with a solo singer
implying that she believed and due to this, she spent the next 50 years single.
So it was Russia, truthful?
Okay. There are many reasons to believe that Russia is truthful, including all that I've just mentioned.
Her belief The reasons for her faith
indicates her truthfulness. But moreover, moreover, we have explicit statements by companions. We have explicit statements by tibetian and those that came after that she was truthful, the simplest. The simplest reason to believe she was truthful is the Sahaba took knowledge from her mom was actually narrow raised the Sahaba took knowledge from her. Kabbalah Sahaba the Great's or scholars among the Sahaba took knowledge from her.
Mr. Trump himself narrates the same thing. Mr. Rock says, Miss rock when he used to Narita headed from Russia, he would say, I heard from Assad, the Casa de I heard from the truthful Russia. That's what he used to call her, is already mentioned that she had more knowledge from
Zoey mentions that she had more knowledge than all the wives of the Prophet peace be upon him. Naturally, you will not take knowledge from someone who you deemed to be a liar.
Is that because she has a very, very fascinating book called A Saba the Radha Mr. Baraka to Arusha Allah Sahaba which is a book in which our Isha corrects the companions and their understanding of narrations and their statements.
Often quoting a loss of loss or settlement. If she was seen as someone who was unreliable, then they wouldn't let her do that. Who are you to correct me, I know this, but lashes word was often final.
there's something I'd like you guys to keep in mind.
We shouldn't be this skeptical. We shouldn't be skeptical to that degree. If there's no proof in the first place that she was a doubtful person, if she was a liar, you don't have proof of that. There's no reason for us to assume that every single person is a liar. Right? But for the sake for the purpose of this lecture, again, I'm going to be using implicit
evidence. I'm going to be using reports that's aren't that.
Like, I'm not going to be appealing to supernatural rights. I'm not going to be appealing to supernatural reports. I'm going to be appealing to believable reports. In most cases, these reports are corroborated by other companions.
Now a very, very interesting question was did I should believe it was solo Selim was sincere.
I should narrated solo SOS lm used to pray before the vote of prayer. Now we're not talking about the mandatory prayer. We're talking about the no orphan.
We're talking about the non mandatory the
voluntary Thank you.
You used to pray for before the vote for prostrations before two after world war two after method two after I shot
nine prostrations after all that the night prayers, and two before fetcher. Why would he do that? If he didn't believe in what he was doing?
This is a Muslim.
When he grew in age, he didn't stop praying the volunteer prayers, he decreased from Nine Nights prayers, Nine Nights prostrations to seven. Like that's,
that's how he decreased right from nine to seven.
So Muslim during the night prayers, he would he would even pray when he was sick.
What's the damage?
The length of his spirit, his his physical prostration when he was bowed down would be the length of how one used to recite 50 verses from the Quran.
That's how lengthy his prayer was, or specifically, him bound down 18 prostrations 10 minutes per prostration. So it's, it's about so half the nights, half the nights is, of course there is a verse in the Quran in which Allah subhanaw taala instructs the Prophet makes it obligatory upon him to pray half the nights. For what reason?
He's not showing off. By the way, he's not doing this publicly. He's doing this privately.
I should not raise the in one in one specific incident. She's not even in the room. It's like I go towards the room. And I find him praying in sides.
He's not doing this to show off in front of Ayesha, there were cracks on his feet due to the amount of time he used to spend in prayer, the amount of time he used to spend standing
before a Muslim,
and what I find
interesting is used to wake up to pray with him as well. Why would he be annoying her? Right? Why would he disturb her? Unless he really believed in this?
Apart from his prayers, there's so much guys, there's just so much asceticism I mentioned previously, they used to just eat dates and drink water and that's what they did most of the times.
I should narrates they didn't have wheats, breads for three days in a row. It's so it's it's a rare occurrence for them to have an abundance of wheat bread, same Muslim, but also also seldom used to fast Shaban completely from the first day to the last day. So I'm just gonna move on
when we're done with it. I'm Yvonne Colossi had one do six from show while I'm done right?
lesson I'm used to fast, Siobhan fully as well. sigh Muslim.
In a specific reports once I shall only had a single date and the woman basically came, she had her daughters with her. They knocked and she opened up, they needed the foods, I should took the date and she gave it to the woman. She split it among her two daughters and gave it she gave it away. They lived that life. They were really poor people. They didn't have anything.
But also lots of time didn't have anything. He used to wear heavy wool clothing, used to wear wool was not a Muslim. He used to stitch his clothes up. He used to fix his sandals himself. Right?
So we often hear our sauces and lamb he used to take the fifth of the war bootsy Is it for himself? If it's for himself, the Why? Why is he stitching up his clothes? Why is he just eating dates and drinking water?
So everybody, by the way, if I miss a source do reminds me.
He used to pay the debts. He used to pay the debts with that money, the debts of those that passed away and weren't able to pay their own debts.
He took it upon himself.
I will pay your debts. Who does that?
Who does that?
He died without leaving behind a dinar or a dead hum, or a sheep or a camel or a slave. He passed away without any of that.
before passing away, he called Isha and said bring the money that we have left. They had seven or nine dinars. Right?
when she brought the money, instead of saying, Hey, keep it for you. He said give it away to charity.
And he said something along the lines of
what shall become of Mohammed? If he were to face Allah. And this remains with him.
there's some narrations that are very anti Hulu. They prevent you from having an extreme
veneration thank you for Rasul Allah. And they actually saw that she heard him
saying these things, for example, also losses, also loss of a limb, told or said,
may Allah curse the Christians on the Jews, for they took the graves of their profits as places of worship
or in Muslim, why?
He doesn't want the Muslims to do the same. He doesn't want the Muslims to take his grave as a place of worship. Why would it matter to him? If he didn't believe in what he was doing if he didn't believe in monotheism that he was teaching.
There's a vs certain legend that has that somewhat ambiguous that speaks about our soul loss, loss loss lm seeing him.
Some assume that this had to do with him seeing a law.
And when I was asked about this, she said I know the answer to this.
I asked him and he said I did not see a law. I saw jabril.
Again, if he was making this up. If she believed that he was making this up, he would have said yeah, I saw law.
Again, he is
not allowing anyone to give him a higher status than he deserves, preventing the Voodoo from occurring.
And now finally, after all that we can talk about why Arusha believed.
We spoke about
that she claimed to believe. Was she sincere? Was she truthful?
Did she believe that he believed? And finally, why did she believe
before getting into that?
I just want to point out the dash is a very inquisitive person. She was critical. She was a thinker.
She didn't just like accept anything.
So there's the reports in which,
but also also Selim says, speaking about
those that are
Those that are accounted for their actions, those that have their actions accounted for. And he says that those who are accounted for will be punished. I just says, but you're also law doesn't a law say, facilitator who has his job and UCLA?
Doesn't it doesn't last say that there will be people that will have like an easy
an easy judgment.
He explains to her
This is for those that have their deeds shown to them. Those that are they have their deeds presented to them. And there is they're accounted for their deeds, those are those that will be punished.
Those are the people that will be punished.
So hey, Muslim, so this shows that Ash is not just like, just going with a flow. Hey, hey, did did he say the moon splits? Okay, I'm gonna believe that's right.
And by the way, just a brief point, it also said I'm never said himself. Hey, guys, the moon splits. Okay. The Sahaba narrated that people around the Prophet peace be upon narrated that he didn't say it, and everyone believed it. Okay.
There, there are other reports that give Russia a reason to have doubts. A very famous reports that the bad agriculture Hadeeth in which also law seldom gives people Thank you heavy, gives them
advice, agriculture, advice about pollinating the plants. He says, Why are you pollinating the plants? And they say, well, it's, it helps with the crops. And he says it would be best if you did not pollinate the plants and the crops died. And they said they also love the crops, diets. And he said, Well, you know, your worldly affairs better than I do. Right? If it was one of these critics of Islam in the eyes of false prophets, right.
A very, very interesting report. This is a Muslim, very interesting report.
A prophecy that Rasulullah saw Selim gives before he passes away, his wives go to him and they asked him who's going to pass away first row mungus.
And he says,
The first pass away, or the the wording in Arabic is is quite nice.
The fastest that catches up to me, is she who has the longest hands.
And what did the wives do?
They started measuring their hands. Okay, now, why would they do this? Because they believed
and who had the longest hands? It was so done.
This was in the year, I think it's like, towards the end of the 10th. Year, 10 years later, nine years after the Prophet passed away.
Zainab was the first to pass away, not Souder.
How did the wives react? What did she say? She said, then we understood that this was not about the physical length. This was a metaphor for she who gives to charity. Why did they do that? Why did they actually think in that manner? Why don't you say, Wow, false prophecy? Why don't you say that? It's because she's seen so much. She's been through so much. She knows for a fact that he has to be a prophet from Gods. There's no other explanation. I must have misunderstood this. It's not it's not physical is a metaphorical it's not literal.
And now finally, we get to the actual evidence.
Right now, I should didn't leave us a book. She didn't she leave us a book that has a list of why she's a Muslim. But we have reports. And by studying these reports, we can come to certain conclusions. Sometimes the reports are explicit. Sometimes you need to look deeper into them to extract these reasons. So one of them of these, one of these reports.
She says that little solar cell him when he was healthy.
He used to say to me, the prophets would see their homes in paradise before they pass away.
Before the Prophet peace be upon passed away, he had his head on her lap.
And he fainted. He woke up, pointed upwards. And he said, Oh Allah, the highest companion, he says,
and that's what he seems to have been saying.
Previously when he was healthy. That was that that was that was when he saw it.
a few months before or not, I don't I don't know how long ago before the Prophet passed away.
He said this, but basically he calls Fatima to him.
And he whispers something into his ear, his daughter, and she cries, he whispers something else. And she laughs
and after the Prophet passes away, Ayesha goes to follow them asking her, what did you hear from him? Why did you laugh? and Why do you cry and laugh. She said the first time when I cried, it's because he told me that he's going to pass away soon.
And the second time, he said to me, that you're going to be passing away soon after me. You're the first from my adult bait that's going to be passing away.
And surely six months after the Prophet peace be upon him passes away. Fatima passed away, white and Muslim.
A short while before the Prophet peace be upon passed away as well.
He calls for earthman Earth man comes. And the Prophet peace be upon him says to him,
Allah may be adorning you with a shirt. If the hypocrites come to you and wanted to take wanted you to take it off, then do not do so until you meet me.
This could be anything. Earth man, or Ayesha rather understood this after a man passed away that this was referring to his khilafah.
And it was referring to those that came to him and tried to get him to step down from his position as the halifa and Nomad bin Beshear. Who's narrating this report says something very interesting. He says.
Then what were you thinking?
He says to Russia, something along those lines. What were you thinking? Where were you from this Heidi? And I should it says, well, life's forgot.
Now, this might be a bit confusing to you guys. Those that remember the jemelle excuse me, the earthmen lecture will be aware that Ayesha at first agreed with some of the
not conditions that the rebels came forth with but with their complaints. She agreed with the complaints that the rebels came forth with, they seem to be fair.
So why would I shot implicates herself
there's no reason to. It's just not talking to
a group of non Muslims, her audience, they are the Muslims. They're not going to get a boost of faith from this. They already believe in this. There are people that metal soulless alum, solder some losses on them, and yet she implicated herself by narrating this report. Similarly with cannabis.
In the German lecture, I mentioned that basically, her and polka Zubair, were heading towards bustle Africa. And when they were on the way some dog started to bark at Alicia, and Alicia said
where are we? And they said, oh, we're at this well called in house or at this water source cold and how? And she said, I think I'm going to go back I heard that also lots of Selim, say, which from among you will be bark tats by the dogs of how
now this report isn't too explicit, but that is understood that there's something wrong with what she's doing. This report again, implicates her of doing something that she's not supposed to be doing.
Why would she not read this?
The narration By the way, about
the about earthman is also corroborated by hafla.
That report can be found the Sahaba Lima Muhammad, and this report can be found in wasa diamonds. By the way guys, nothing I'm saying can be found in one source. I'm saying side Bahati sign Muslim, but you can find is this these reports and many, many, many books. I'm just mentioning the most famous books
or most authentic works.
that's one part of it. There are some
matters that seem to be more new.
But some will see a supernatural and some will see as maybe these are coincidences. So for example, Colossus lm in one night says, I wish I had one of my good companions to come in to guard me, and they hear a sound outside the door. And it's sad whenever you walk us. And Russell also, Sanam says, What what are you doing aside at this time of night? And he says, Yes, would like him to guard you.
Maybe it's a coincidence, right?
But to Arusha, maybe there was something more maybe I just saw this as proof, body and Muslim.
When Arusha was about to wash the Prophet peace be upon him before he passed away.
The people in the room had a difference of opinion, should we wash him with his clothes on? Or should we wash them with his clothes off, and then they all started to feel a bit drowsy.
And they started to nod off. And then they heard a voice from the corner or slightly outside, saying, wash him with his clothes on.
And then they just did that. They realized, or I should realize that there's something special going on
one of my favorites, one of my favorite examples of what you just saw,
after has was
when Ross also said lamb came back home, put his weapon down.
And he's with Arusha. And there is a man at the door. And he says, Did you put your weapons down? So see, yeah, we're done.
And he says, Get your weapons with you. We're going to put it over.
Now, who's this guy who's giving them orders.
This man comes and gives the commander in chief, the ruler of Medina orders in regards to who were in regards to what we're going to do next, we're going to have another battle or something, right now get your weapons we're going. Now Ayesha understands that this is gibreel, in the form of a man is this supernatural. It's not supernatural. She just saw a man or during the Prophet peace be upon them. But I should understood where she saw this, that all this stuff that's happening. everything that's going on is not from my husband, there's someone else that's pulling the strings. And it's someone who I don't really recognize by name, I don't know who this guy is, but I know he's
Or that's her understanding that a stripper in
are the same Muslim.
This same man
one day, told the Prophet peace be upon him that he wanted to meet up with him.
And the Prophet peace be upon him sat down waiting for him, waited for a long time, and he was late. Now angels don't usually come late.
The prophet SAW sent him was confused. He went outside, and he saw him standing outside.
And the man said,
We don't enter houses that have dogs, or have pictures hung up.
Now, I don't think that this man was afraid of dogs.
I think there is a deeper meaning in this. She understood this, understood that this was to breed.
And that due to matters that have to do with spirituality, that he does not enter a house with dogs or pictures. And surely enough, there was a puppy under the bed at the time.
So I'm Muslim.
where what I also find really fascinating are matches that actually narrates that that have to do with the origin.
And, again, you have to look into these reports and not read them casually. Read them with a critical I read them trying to get every ounce of detail out of them. Some are a bit clearer than others. Right. So in one report, it just says that
I saw the Prophet peace be upon him sweating on a cold night when receiving revelation
for no reasons, just sweating
Ping with a sweat,
A woman came to us almost
complaining about her husband. This is soret el mundo de la.
I should says it was as soon as she got up that sort of sauce lm recited those verses.
The revelation came and he recited immediately implying that Rasulo Selim is not really taking his time with this stuff.
Now those are familiar with some poets, the top poets at the time, or even before, for example, is the head of an episode in LA. He spent a year fixing up his poetry, making sure it's perfect.
These two column shout out and holy yachts, you'd spend a year perfecting his poetry before
bringing it out to the public with little solo sanlam it's it's instantaneous. Now yes, there are some poets that can freestyle okay. However, the meanings are there, the meanings are there the meanings already. This is not a matter in which a meaning or meanings can be ready.
These are specific instances specific scenario specific questions for p matters that appear total solo selam instantaneous answer in the form of the most eloquent text,
Show was asked about poetry and the Prophet peace be upon him. Did he like to listen to poetry? Did he have gatherings, the poetic gatherings that the Arabs would have? And she said that there was no type of speech that he hates it more than poetry.
Now, the poets from among us, those that enjoy poetry, and it's hertzler butts, this implies something about them. This was someone
that didn't do this, that didn't attend these gatherings that had nothing to do with poetry, and yet crushed the poets of his time. The rules of grammar
are constricted to to what's in the Koran.
Rules of eloquence are constricted to what's into the cloud on or excuse me, not constricted. But rather,
I would even say, I wouldn't even say defined, but rather, you'd have a poem.
And even a moral case, who was seen as the greatest poet of all time, someone would critique, someone would critique a line or a verse that he has said in his poetry. And they would say La la, by the way, in the Quran, there's something that's similar.
Okay. These were from critics, by the way of eloquence.
It is it was the benchmark. It was the benchmark.
So subpanel law, these are just some
of the matters that are Isha has
at least some of the matters that have reached us from ashes reasons. We don't know the others. We don't know what else I just saw. And surely she saw a lot of things.
And by the way, keep in mind that she's just one part of the puzzle. Imagine, we had this talk with a boyhood IRA and ns. And Allie, and a worker under Omar, an earth mind, and all the major companions,
the picture would get clearer and clearer as to why they believed.
So again, this is just one small piece of the puzzle. This is one specific person out of 100,000
the Madani community was like 10,000
that's a lot of people that saw a lot of things and have their own reasons.
So what do I recommend you guys to do? those that want to get deeper into this?
You'll find a lot of things in the Quran By the way, you will find things in the Quran, especially if you study reasons of Revelation and whatnot, you will find evidence for Islam that you did not see before. You will find matters that sometimes
will be overlooked by scholars.
Read the Hadith read the Hadith with new eyes.
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