Life Of The Prophet 42
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Were the Renegades in the Arabian Peninsula, they were the outlaws, they were the ones that need to be taken down. So everyone was against them.
Now after, because of
things started moving in another direction, once you become a force, once you prove yourself and you establish yourself
so once you
can just put up, okay, so once you establish yourself as a force, there is something about humans, we deal with reality. We deal with reality when something is there on the ground. Even if we disagree with how it came about, we recognize it, we recognize it, maybe there is the same, for example. And there's what we say not a big shock moonwalk.
The the power of reality, the power of reality. By the way, there's a principle in Islam about this. There's a principle in Islam about this, and we'll come to explain, Inshallah, because I think this is a very important thing.
Sometimes, you might disagree with the government, how it came about.
You might say, for example, well, you know,
the whole of the Americas, in our lands of the indigenous people, right. And the governments that were established later on, there were originally colonies, there were Europeans who came and took over these lands and killed the population here and took over and they established countries. So you say, I don't want to deal with these countries, I have nothing to do with them.
They're illegal. They're all established on an invasion. And it took over these countries. So I don't want to visit these countries, I want to deal with them, etc. I mean, no one does that while because when there's a fact on the ground, you deal with it. You have to deal with it. Regardless how it came about, regardless of how it came about this doesn't mean you necessarily agree with the premise of it or how it came about. You agree with genocide, you don't agree with genocide, but
you're dealing with the facts. You're dealing with a fact and there are so many rulings in Islam just about this, just about this. So there is what we call a difficulty or a maximum that says
a woman he you and who shall lay your arm and Omaha man, I tell him I do medicine.
This is not easy to understand, even for Arabs, okay. Something that is prohibited in Islam. Something that is haram. Okay. Although it's haram. But if it takes place and it happens and becomes a reality, we don't treat it in denial. Like we don't sort of pretend that it doesn't exist. We don't do that. In Islam, we don't do that. For example, someone
is traveling to another country
to make business and his business is, let's say
his business is alcohol. It's going to go to another country to strike a deal, get a deal to buy alcohol, import alcohol into his country and sell it. Is this haram or not? In Islam?
It's haram, you to use selling and buying haram. You can't It's haram. Some people might say, no, no alcohol is haram to consume.
Well, this is nonsense. Whatever is haram to consume in Islam is haram to sell and buy. The Prophet SAW Selim says in Allah either have a mushy and have Rama feminine that Allah subhanaw taala when he makes something haram to consume, he also makes it haram to buy and sell to deal with it as business. So this person has gravelling
in his trip,
someone knows Oh, he's here to buy alcohol. He sees in this person goes and he prays God on acid so he combines the Haoran acid. Okay, the alcohol businessman is combining them as I'm shortening them he's praying to and he says no, no, no, no, no, someone comes to me says no, your whole trip is was something haram. Okay, so you can't you can't you can't shorten your prayer.
You can shorten the prayer. We say no in Islam, although this is haram this trip is haram but is still trip. This is separate from this. This is separate from this. Let's say for example, someone lives in a country. Again, you live in a non Muslim country. And obviously the governing system is not a Muslim system. It's a man made law. It's a man made law.
And in this country, you know, if you don't get involved in elections, etc, in the political process, what's going to happen? And maybe let's say there is a lobby that really targets
In this minority, and they want to they actually proposing legislations to make it hard to live, let's say as a Muslim.
I say I don't want to get involved in this. This is all haram, etc.
The scholars who say no there is although this is haram but you it's very It has practical consequences. Because if you don't get involved, you get marginalized to get ostracized. And you can easily be targeted legislations could be set in a way that makes it impossible for you even to live maybe.
So you deal with it. So when Islam when something is a fact, on the ground, you we don't, you know, we don't pretend or we don't deny its existence, we deal with it as a fact. A real fact fact of life. But that doesn't necessarily mean we agree with the premise of it. Makes sense. So again, I mean, this is a human rule. We all deal with that. So the Arabs did not really like the fact that the prophets Allah wa salam went against Rajesh, the fact that he left Mecca and established like a new country or new government, in Medina, and they didn't agree with them. They were as long as they could, they were actually willing to fight it. But now the fact that the Muslims became a well
military force, and probably now became one of the strongest sort of strongest groups in the Arabian Peninsula. Now people started to accept it as fact, people started to accept it as fact. So what did the Arabs do? Some of them started selling sending deputies to make peace with the Prophet saws. And they said that he's established himself, you know, when we're not going to fall behind, we have to deal with the situation. So they actually wanted peace with the prophets and one of them was the tribe of ushja. But this group of them when they came, the prophet Salam spoke to them about Islam and they actually accepted Islam so Islam started spreading in some of those tribes like Benoit
Now this is the Prophet said, Zoom Allah Arizona today we are going to launch in our our expeditions rather than be on the defensive. The prophecy I'm actually started acting on this and it shows you all the profits that someone has to work with, he puts his trust in Allah subhanaw taala. But that doesn't mean okay, you just sit back and let things unfold.
As a human being as the prophets of salaam told us when a man said he taught he asked him about the camel because the man had a confusion about how to acquit works, you know? Does it mean that I put my trust in Allah that I leave things for Allah? Or do I get involved? You know, what's, how do I strike this balance? So he said to the Prophet SAW Selim, that our key to her are people are out at work. And he says, like, you know, when the you have a camel, you want to park your camel, you have to get it to sit down. And when it sits down a camel, if something sort of annoys it, or in entices it, it could actually stand up and run away. So in order to make sure that it's parked, you have to
And you clamp it, because you know how the camel sits? Right? It bends its front legs forward. So they tie a rope around this joint. So it cannot, you know, unfold. So it cannot stand up this cold at all. It's a tie around it. So the man said to the Prophet SAW Salem, if I put my trust in Allah, if I have to work with does that mean I just sort of park my camel and leave it? Or should I tie it? Which one should I do put my trust in Allah or tie it the prophets of salaam said do both both go hand in hand, you put your trust in Allah is going to take care of that. But you still have to do the physical side of it, you have to take the necessary measures. Likewise, someone says, Okay, um,
I know provision comes from Allah. So I'm going to sit at home and whatever Allah has written for me is going to come to me.
This is not telecoil. This has nothing to do with a worker, this is a misunderstanding of telecoil because the worker means you put your trust in Allah but you still do what you're supposed to do. That's what our code means. So to what cool is the state in the heart, peace, trust, okay, reliance on Allah that Allah is going to take care of that. But I have to do my best,
practically or physically speaking to get things done in a functional way. That's how it works. But the problem sometimes people can only lean either on this side or that side, somebody, some people think that if I do the work that is necessary, they get too much attached to it, that they rely on it and they forget that things are in the hands of Allah. That's one end. The other end is someone says, I can only put my trust in Allah, if I don't get engaged in it. Both of these are wrong. Both of these are wrong. You have to work on two levels at the same time. You do what you are supposed to do. Like getting rid of this one. Okay. So you do what you're supposed to do, but
Have you know that things are in the hands of Allah, because oftentimes you do what you're supposed to do, but you don't get the results. Right? You don't get results. The world is so complex sometimes the world is so complex. And sometimes no matter what you do, things won't work out.
Because whatever Allah wrote down what happened? So basically what you do all your everything within your capacity, but then your heart is at peace that Allah subhanaw taala runs everything and Allah is gonna make whatever he wants, you know, come to pass.
So the Prophet SAW Selim said that and then he started putting his trust in Allah, all the way he had it, stressing Allah, but the Prophet Salam started taking the necessary measures, what are the necessary measures, the prophet now SallAllahu Sallam started
preemptively dealing with other threats. So for example.
So there was a group from
one small clan called obey W Keylab. They are from a bigger tribe called bento box.
They were preparing a small army to start attacking the Medina. The Prophet Saddam, as we said, always sent people to get him the News, the news came to the Prophet saw some of these people are actually putting something together to maybe attack the Medina. Or if they see a group of Muslims that go into attack them, basically they put themselves in a position of enmity to the Muslims, and they're actually working on it. So the Prophet salallahu Salam, since one of his companions, Muhammad Abdul Muslimah, and with 30 of the companions, to go and take those people by surprise, try to attack them by surprise. So Mohammed Buddha Muslimah, goes to them that's at the beginning of
year six, after Hyjal. He goes to their land, which is called El carapa.
And it's to the north of Arabia, north of Medina, it's to the north, it's closer to Iraq, closer to Iraq, so he marches to them. And he attacks them by surprise, they run away, he gets the sheep and their camels as the spoils of war, he brings them back to Medina.
So the Muslims now are going to make a strong military presence in the Arabian Peninsula. Somebody might say, okay, so this is warfare. So your Muslims, or the prophets of Salam is not just defending himself. He's actually waging war, he's waging war. Now the problem wasn't naive. He wasn't naive, you can't sit back waiting for people to stop punching you then you start defending yourself, you know, there is a threat coming, you already take the measures, especially if you take pre emptive measures intelligently, you are sure to protect yourself and minimize any kind of damage. So that's how the prophets of salaam dealt with that. And they say sometimes the best strategy for defense is
offense. Because if you sit back and you make yourself sitting ducks, when people, you know, pass a passerby, they're gonna just attack you, then obviously, you're going to fall at some time, because you can't deal with all these threats. But if you preemptively deal with them and approach them proactively, then you actually increase your chances of being able to handle all of this and maybe, as we said, discounsel things before they happen. So that was the strategy of the prophets of Allah wa salam, again, the language that the Arab spoke in the Arabian Peninsula and actually the whole world at the time, because I mean, look at the the political landscape of the world at that time. We
had in in East Africa.
We had sort of a Christian kingdom there which was by Najafi on by Najafi. We have in Persia, the Persians.
l force, and we had the Byzantines in a sham. What's known today is Turkey, North Egypt or Egypt as well. So all of this was governed by Egypt mainly was by the
by the Coptic Christians, but they were under the influence of the Byzantine and Byzantines. and in Europe, they were the Romans.
The relationships between them were mainly based on what warfare
were based on Well, warfare. Even the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula, what marked their into like interactions and their relationships, warfare. That was the language they spoke. Now, for you to be there to exist to survive, you need to protect yourself. You need to protect yourself and protecting yourself doesn't mean you just receive all the blows and you start to try to dodge them and duck. That doesn't work. Sometimes in order to
defuse a threat, you need to root it you need to root it out completely.
You need to root it out completely. And since you're dealing with military forces, then you have to engage in that. Other than that, it's just called stupidity and naivety and it just doesn't work. Somebody, I mean, look at any country today in the world can say, Okay, we want peace. So we're not going to have an army, and we're not going to establish warfare, etc. Let's say the United States says, okay, because I mean, they always claim that what they want is to bring about liberation and peace to people, right.
Okay, dispense with your army.
dispense with your army, if you're real, you know, they're not going to do it. They have the biggest army in the world, right? Because if you don't have an army, you have an easy target for everyone else.
Just it's common sense. So that's exactly what the Prophet SAW Selim did, just like it's a rule of thumb. So the prophets of salaam started reaching out to these people. Now the messenger sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam.
Remember we spoke previously
about the remember the Ottawa
Yes, the Quran, the 70 companions, the Quran, the 70 companions who was set up by Benwell here, remember that? They set up the 70 companions of the Prophet and they said we wanted them to come and
we wanted them
to we have some Muslims and people want to learn about Islam. So the prophets of salaam sent Ben Hoolahan set them up, and they killed them. They killed these companions of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. The Prophet SAW Selim said it's time to deal with the manual here and live close to Mecca. Prior to that, the prophet Lim did not want to come close to McHale because he did not want trouble with Croatia at that stage. But now after because what's his job after the trench Quraishi is broken. Quraysh is broken, like morally they're broken. So the Prophet SAW Selim started coming near their land near Mecca. So he actually went to Bernoulli Sheehan and the Prophet SAW Selim
pretended that he was hitting north there to the south of Medina, Prosser and pretending that he was heading north. And then he turns so quickly to the land of Bernoulli here, so he goes to where they are. They actually hear about him before he arrives. So they run away. The profs alum wanted to teach them a lesson as they killed 70 of his companions. They run away the prophets of Allah when he was salam
camps in their land. And for for two days, none of them shows up the prophets, Allah made a point that if you mess with Muslims, we will deal with you. If you think of killing Muslims, we are able to defend our citizens and that sense. So that sent a very strong message and also what I shared about that, that the Prophet seven came very close to Metka with with military power.
So the prophecies in them was sending messages to everyone. Okay, and every party in the Arabian Peninsula, that like Muslims are no longer a target for anyone else. Don't think about you know, messing with Muslims. Then the Prophet salallahu Salam sends the companion or cache of no mess on a Sunday.
He sends him to Benu acid benzoic acid one of the tribes who took part in the
they took part in the hospital conduct in the trench as with the trench, you know, 10,000 people came among them were some some people from Benu from Bernal acid so the prophecy was a nonsense Okay, Asha blocks on sad to own one of their clans smaller class to teach them a lesson problems taking them one by one, one by one. So they gathered together in the Battle of the Trench for the prophesied and now after they left, he's chasing them one by one.
So 40 People with Akash, Abdullah, Hassan, they the prophets of salaam sends them there.
again, they heard about the Muslims, they ran away. One of them became Muslim. One of them became Muslim and he joined the Muslims with a Muslim set him free. And the Muslims got 200 camels. These guys left their camels, the Muslims took them again. It was a state of war, it will stay on open state of war. Muslims took these 200 camels and they came back to Medina.
The Prophet salallahu Salam now sends another group of the Muslims. So he sent 11 People 11 companions Muhammad Abdul Muslimah
and with other 10 people to a small clan from kappa fan Hopper fan
A copper funnel Quraysh were the biggest parties in the trench, right in the in the Battle of the Trench. The province of Salem Oregon is a huge tribe it has many clans within the prophecy and targeted one of their clients. Again problems taking them one by one is doing them one by one. So the problem sends Muhammad in a mastermind with 10 people to this small clan beneath Alaba.
so they go to them, but because there were only 10 that clan been without Alaba managed to kill the 10 companions and they managed to injure Muhammad Diplo Muslimah. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam when he hears about this Islam comes back to Medina, the prophets of salaam says about obey the hammer Abner Jarrah
with 40 people to go and deal with those with those people.
So the guys benefit Alaba from otter fan they run out in the mountains they hide in the mountains and
and the Muslims get some of their camels and sheep and they bring them back to Medina to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
the prophets of salaam sends ew Haritha to Benu sulayem but also lame also took part when a Salam also took part in battle the trench and they actually Benu Salim are one of those who killed who, who actually conspired to kill some of the companions, but also like especially the
Kobe benowa They
were awesome been therapists. I remember the group of companions seven or eight that were targeted by bento sulayem And they were killed. Two of them are taking captive to Maccha Kobe guna he was killed in Makkah. He's the one when he was captive, the child came to him and he had a knife in his hand right. So that was the story. So the Prophet Salem started targeting these bamboo swilling
so they actually the Muslims attacked them and as a dog, no Haritha
and they defeat them they defeat bunu sulayem. So the prophets Allah wa salam sends a double Haritha to another military expedition again, and this military expedition was basically to catch a caravan by Quraysh caravan by Polish that was coming from a sham back to Makkah, and it was led by a bill awesome not Robbia anyone remembers that bill? Awesome. Not Robbie. Let's test your memory. I will ask him not labia. So this
caravan business caravan from Croatia was coming from a sham from Syria. Back to Makkah, the prophets a lot Salam sends Z wo Haritha with 170 companions in order to catch that caravan and they catch it and they bring the caravan to Medina. And they bring the leader of that caravan. I will ask them not Robbie. Who's I will ask them not. Not Robbie, anyone remembers?
Yes, the husband of Xena
will also not OB was the husband of Zainab, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu. He was sent him and he was captured in better I was taken captive in better and then when he was released because Zainab sent her necklace with some money.
And the porcelain may made a condition that if I'm going to release you, he's He speaks to us a little bit if I'm going to release you, you sent zeyneb to me, and he agreed. I will ask him to lobby at one of was one of the best people in Mecca. He was known for his honesty.
He was known for his honesty and that's why the prophets Allah sent them actually previously married him to
Xena probably Allah.
Now by the way, I will ask him a little bit is related to the Prophet SAW so
I will also not be his mother is Hala.
He will also not be his mother is Hannah, who's had
the Aegis SR Sahadi Gerald the Allahu anha was the aunt of Avila also not Baba was the honorable Hassan not Robbie, he was a very well respected, respected man in in Mecca.
So the Prophet SAW Salem, they bring him and they bring the caravan to the Prophet sallallahu and he was in them at night he manages to have an awesome little hobby he manages to get to the house of Xena, probably Allahu Ana. And he says, he comes to her and he asks her for protection. We said this is something very well known among the Arabs. You can go to someone and say, I study Arabic. I seek Your protection, a secret protect
Shannon, I'm in your face.
And you have to give that person that protection. You can't say no, you have to give it and your people respect that.
You will people respect that. So as a very non well known thing, and until today, it's actually very, very well known.
So he goes to Xena, his wife, but she has been away from him. He's been away from it. He's in Maccha. She's in Midian. Now is to take saying, You're six after Angela. And she came back to the program year two after Hijra. So we're talking about four years, talking about for years. Now,
she gives him protection.
And he asks her to give him back the caravan why? Because how did the caravan think work out? Basically, you work as a caravan leader. People come and you are a trustworthy person, people come to you, they have investment they say okay, this is for example $50,000 You buy me such and such and such. And when you come back, you give me the goods. I will give you a share or I will give you a certain amount of money. So, profit Absalom used to work like this before he became a messenger about acid rubbish. That's what that's what he's doing. So the money of the caravan all these goods don't belong to Him.
They are he's entrusted with that he needs to give that back. So he feels bad, that he's unable to deliver the trust's to their people.
So he says to Zainab since she agreed to protect him he said I want you as well to help me get this this money back this caravan back and give it to its people.
human select refresher of the prophets and Salam is leading the Salah in the masjid in the Salah. In the salah.
Xena screams to the top of her voice she comes to the women's women used to pray at the end of the at the back of the Masjid. Women used to pray in the back lines, the back lines of the Masjid. So she came in a sofa, okay, a sofa where the poorer Muslims used to sleep other than the times of Salah.
So she comes to a sofa and it was Fajr time. So the problem is praying Salat during Salat al Fajr. She's screaming to the top of her voice she says
Apple OS has sought my protection and I've given it to him during the Salah.
So she says
let me just she says a Uranus or Uranus in New Jersey to Al Asad Nairobi, oh people. I have given my protection to Abdullah Arsenal Robbia. Now when the prophets Allah made Sudan to make finished salatu salam aleikum wa rahmatullah it ends and he says a Yohannes helps him to Massa met he says all people did you hear what I just heard.
They said yes. Colona and God I am I will let the enough so Mohammed Ambia de mer I live to be shaman Danek had to submit to Masamoto in a whole huge year old Muslim in a Muslim in a dinar home.
So he says
he says Wallahi I have I had no knowledge about this except what you heard. I just heard what you heard. I have no clue but this is not like it's not a staged thing. It's not pre planned. I did. I didn't make this up. This is just I'm just in the same position as you I've just come to know about it now as you just came to know about it. And the Muslims, they stand by the word even of the lowest of them.
They stand so if one of them gives a word we all support him. The fact that Xena broke the law and gave him protection we're going to stand by that. The Prophet Allah says another Hadith al musli Mona Yedlin Adam and see
where your home will be the mighty him at dinner home prosom says the Muslims are a unity you they should unite with one another against any external threat.
And the promise of one of them is binding on all of them
is binding on all of them. So if a Muslim gives a word we have to stand by that it has to be something just something fair. So the person I'm saying the same thing we Muslims we are if someone one of us gives a word we stand all stand by it. Then the prophets of Allah Salam
approaches he goes to Xena Munna approaches her. So she says, she says to the Prophet and enable us, if not will be in caruba Blue and if you were to consider I will also not Robbie in terms of his relation to us. Then he's my cousin.
He's my cousin.
We're in better order for Ebola if you are going to consider him as someone who's not related to us, he's the father of my children. He's the father of my children.
How many children's are in a bad? Let's test your knowledge, Xena probably Allah on how many children she had to who says other than that, to who are they?
i Li and Omega yes a boy and again i Li and Omega three and omega. I lead died
before becoming a teenager maybe in his 1112 years old and he died before the death of the Prophet SAW Allah He was salam OMA lived on a model the Allah Allah lived
and she's the one that Prophet I'm used to carry in his salah. For those like Quran know, the problem used to pray and Obama was in his hand on his like he was carrying hair in his hand in the salon and he was the imam in the masjid.
It was known that was when he went down for court it would put her down and he would carry up he went down for security, we'll put her on the ground. Then when he stands up again he would carry her
so there's nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with that the prop Saddam did that with omega of the Allahu Ana
and she says to the profs and I have protected him
and but I asked you to give him back the caravan because he these doesn't belong to him and he needs to give it as a trust.
So the prophets of salaam says As for me, my shares I'm gonna give it to him.
But I have to speak to the Muslims. So the prophets of Allah when he was salam speaks to the Muslims, he goes to every one of them among the Muslims, who took a share from that caravan. He says in the hydrological Amina Haifa Darlington, this man, you know his position from us we have protected him. What a sub Tullahoma Allah and you have taken this caravan in Taurus, you know what I would do la isla de la HuFa in nanohub Booderee. So if you guys want to give him back his caravan and his goods, we love that the President said we love that we're in Batum but if you don't want that if you don't want to give him back for who were fake, hola, hola, the FMLA confined to Omaha,
Kobe. This is spoils of war that Allah has given to you and it's your right you can keep it. It's up to you, you make the choice.
This idea Rasul Allah but Neruda, who had he said the Messenger of Allah, Allah will give it back to him. So the Muslims bring everything even they say like the smallest tools, even like a piece of cloth, they gave it back. So he gets his caravan in full back.
He takes it, he goes back to Morocco.
He goes to every person and he gives them their goods. He gives back everything. Then he says, Do I owe anyone anything? Does anyone like need anything from me? They said no. You are really you're always very like
you're very fair in your treatments and you and your business. So he says okay, eyeshadow on La Ilaha illa Allah ash, I don't know him but that was
it. So Allah He I was convinced of Islam when I was in Medina. But what stopped me from taking my Shahada was I thought you guys might think that I was going to keep I was going to take that for myself. So I decided to give it to you. And here I tell you, I'm a Muslim. Then he goes back to Medina. He goes back to Medina, now.
He was married to Xena, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But now Xena left him.
In the second year of his life, she was living with her father the prophets Allah Lord, he was selling them and now it's so almost four years he comes back. What is the prophets of salaam do this is that your wife? Take care. So they live together? No new contracts. No new Maha Oh, don't worry, that's it. She's your wife take care. She's your wife. Take care. But so she she actually was considered the wife of I will also not Robbia all this time, even when she was away.
But later on, as the scholars say there was verses revealed
and selected among the haina
that a Muslim woman should not stay with a non Muslim man.
A Muslim woman should not stay with a non Muslim man. So when a woman becomes a Muslim, she loses that connection with the man if he refuses to become Muslim. Now some scholars say she has to give him some time. A little bit of time for him. Offer Islam to him explain Islam to him that what seems to be reasonable. If he refuses then that's it. That's it.
she has to leave him. She has to leave him. But here is something just an advice.
And this happens often, you'll actually might find a woman becomes a Muslim, she's already married. Her husband says you want to become Muslim, you become Muslim, but I'm not interested.
Now she's a new Muslim. And these people, they have a name in Islam.
Or they're referred to in Islam in two,
two ways, one Hadith or I hadn't be Islam.
Okay, just new to Islam.
Second one, the apart of the left are the ones that we need to win their hearts over.
We need to win the hearts over and to the point that in Islam, they deserves account.
These people deserve this Zakah they're not Muslim, but they are actually considering Islam and they're likely to accept Islam. These people deserve Zika or they are just new into Islam. They still deserve the care in order to help them establish themselves and build that connection with Islam.
So, if someone comes to you, like a woman who she's married, and she became Muslim, or husband refuses to become Muslim, don't jump to conclusions later. You have to leave that man. Don't do that. Leave that for a day for someone in the field who has expertise, okay? Cuz we don't need to make a fitna for that person.
Because sometimes a man takes time to establish itself if the person has not established in Eman, you tell her leave your husband he says, Why did I get into all the whole thing? Now guys, I don't want you I don't want your Islam I don't want your religion.
So we need to be careful. We need to be careful and that's what we call wisdom. So if you come across a case like this don't jump to conclusions today you had to leave the man It's haram for you it's Zina and etc don't get into that don't get into that leave it for or advise them to speak to someone who knows how to deal with new Muslims etc. So they can I set give a good assessment of the situation
Okay, so we have also a tribe a small clan called again,
the same one that the Prophet Selim says
we the problem sent been with Allah He sent some of the companions to them and they ran away the Prophet himself. Z wo Haritha another time to them another time
and they run away but he he got some of their camels.
Now the prophets of salaam said send Abdul Rahim Allah we don't have to do much agenda to Mathilde. Jandal is to the north of Medina until today, it's actually called dormitory gender still carries the same, the same name.
The Prophet SAW Selim says to him,
I want you to go to do metal gender. And
and there is bending there, there's a tribe called Ben who can
go and invite them to Islam.
Again, that shows the problem did not necessarily establish military expeditions. He sent him to offer Islam to them. So the Prophet of Islam says to Abdullah commandment or health, he says problem prepares the flag for him and he gives it to him and he says also Bismillah wolfy sebelah go on this mission for the sake of Allah and whoever rejects Islam, then fight with them. As a government, as a government, there's no forcing people to come on was to become a Muslim. But governments have to open the, the air for for people to give Dawa. They have to leave people choose let people choose. If they refuse them, there is a way to deal with that. So then the prophets of salaam says And do
not kill innocent people do not do like
attacks attack innocent people. Then the Prophet SAW so he sort of goes to them to
to do metal agenda and he speaks to their leader us, Barack Obama, Al Kilby.
And these people were Christians. These Arabs were Christians because they are close to a sham,
the close to a sham, and thus they are influenced by the Byzantines. So they were Christians and we know the Arabs
closer to a sham
like Allah SAS, in other word Christian,
Christian Arabs and in Iraq. A lot of them were Persian Arabs in the sense that they were following worshipping fire etcetera to form the same religion as the Persians.
so the leader the leader accepts Islam becomes a Muslim most of these tribe becomes Muslim. Most of the tribe becomes Muslim. And Abdullah Murray is the daughter of this man.
He marries the daughter of this man Her name was tomato tomahto ventola has been to laspo
The Prophet Solomon says illegal not to be a pilot to fit that
person's sense of authority Fedak with 100 people and there has been no sadly no Bukhara clan called Venosa.
because they were actually conspiring with the Jewish tribes in Hyderabad to attack the Muslims, they were conspiring, they were actually putting a plan together.
So, even though we thought it goes to their land, and the he catches one of them,
and this person was actually looking for news, he was on the lookout for news. So they catch him and they get him to speak. So.
So he actually shows them finally this man shows them where that where the army of, of this group from blusa Grumbacher where they are, and even with all about tax them, he defeats them and he takes 500 camels and 2000 sheep
and he goes back to Medina
then the prophets Allah sent him realizes inhaber You know the ones who were behind like the people who were behind the whole
trench battle, bringing Quraysh up Irfan Benu Salim and other tribes a 10,000 people to attack the Muslims in Medina who was behind it we said Who were the masterminds remember
we're the masterminds
mainly to people Salem ignoble
salam have been a bit quiet from haber
for was the reason we've been another remind me I mean, it was right on the tip of my tongue been another year who is the leader of one another?
Anyway, it will come and shall. So salaam Abu Dhabi, he was actually the main person who he was the main person. So and he was still trying to make connections with other tribes to gather them together to fight the Muslims. So he this person is not going to take it easy. Like he's not
he's not coming down. When it comes to the Muslims he's so bent on inciting the Arabs against the Muslims to attack Medina So the Prophet sudden realizes it's time to deal with this guy. It is time to deal with this guy. So the Prophet salallahu Salam
the Prophet says 200 Who is going to help me or some of our coverage, they actually came to approach the prophets of Salaam and they said, We want to deal with this dilemma. We want we want to finish him off we will deal with him for you because he's just inciting others against the Muslims. So let's deal with him.
So six of them the prophets of salaam gives them the
the mission of dealing with him so they go to
they go to labor, where he lived, they go to labor and labor was more of a fortress it had walls and there is a gate main gate and the gate would be closed at night. They lived in a very like protected well. I mean fortified place to protect themselves that is how they usually lived. So
one of them Abdullah Abdullah Ohtake he knows them very well. He's from Medina stromal has Raj and he knows binuclear Because they live together so he knows how they think they know that away. So he said I will sneak into the fortress and I will try to deal with him by myself but you guys stay outside on standby in case I need you for help you guys can help me in case I need to escape outside. So they waited for him outside. But no one was allowed to enter favor.
Like was sort of like there was some security guards at the gate and you had to they had to verify your identity.
So he figured out a way
how to login or take he figured out a way to get there.
He knew the time for them to close the gate. So
So what he did, he actually stood not far from the gates. And he pretending that he was actually answering the call of nature.
He was answering the call of nature. So he just took it to the side and pretended it was answered with the call of nature. And he must himself in a way that these people usually did.
So as they were closing the gate, one of the gods says,
Are you Harajuku? allottee don't take hold. Like he's just calling out the man like he thought he was one of the people of cable and he would just went out to answer the call of nature. Listen, we're closing the gates is the last call now. Yeah, to get in. So quickly, I'm just I'll just come in a second. So
as people were getting into that moment, he sees he sees his a moment when people are getting into through the gate, he just walks with them, and he gets sneaks into hyper. Now he knows where the house of salami plays. And he had basically the description of the house. It's more like palace. Why, because so many rooms. So I'm not gonna take says I entered his house. And it's like,
he had guests. So they were spending some part of the night together, which is called a summit. Okay, they spend some time at night together. And then they left his guests lift. But he says, then they turned the lights off into his house, and at one room, and I locked the door behind me. Second room, I locked the door behind me third room. So it's like a it's like a sequence of rooms. So he says, I lock the door, because in case like I make some noise, or he asks for help. Anyone who's coming for help, they won't have enough time unlocking the doors until they get me what the by the time they get to me, I would have killed them, I would have finished with him.
So he says I get to him, then I reach a point. Place where I sense that's where he sleeps. And I hear he basically he could he said I could tell it was dark, but I could tell this is the place where the whole family like everyone sleeps.
So he says I figured out okay, how could I because I don't want to hurt anyone. I just want to get him. So he says so I figured out a way. How do I like? How do I recognize him? How do we get to him when it's very dark? It's very dark. So it says so I
so I called him his name was abrasca.
And the guy is like scared, who's caught like, who's a male in my house and is calling my name says who's this said the moment I recognized what his like his location and the room. I rushed to him and I slash him with my, my son. But the thing is, it wasn't a good blow. Like I didn't really get him. So he started screaming asking for help.
So he says when or sorry, sorry. So he said, So I hit him. Then I realized that I could tell that he was speaking he started screaming for help. So he said, then I sort of hid in one of the corners of the room, and I opened the door.
Then I shut the door and opened the door again. It says a profit what happened? Like he pretending he's pretending now that he heard the cry for help. And now he's coming to help Jason, what happened? What's going on? He says there was someone here obviously, like, in the heat of the moment, you don't realize what's confusing all the confusion. She said, there was someone here aimed he tried to kill me. So this is I recognize his voice and his location. This time I finished him.
It says I sneak out of the house quickly. And I see people coming for help, etc. So I sneak out and then I was dark. So I sense that I managed to get out of the wall of his house. And I underestimated the height of the wall. So I jump in and break my leg. And I started dragging myself but I said I'm not going to run away. I'm not going to leave until I make sure that he's done. He's finished. So he says I wait I hide and await until it was Fajr time when the dawn started to break. Someone made the announcement that salaam Allah will pay it was killed. That's the point I sneak out. My friends helped me out.
He basically wraps his leg his broken leg and they take him they carry him to Medina. And he tells the Prophet sallallahu and he was telling them the whole story. So by this just by this mission.
A lot of I would say example a lot of instances like the Battle of the Trench were actually in the in the planning they were in the in the process of happening by getting rid of this person.
The whole threat was was was wiped out. The whole threat was wiped out. So this is would say I'd say justification for why the
have suddenly decided to target this person specifically because this person was just inciting hatred against Muslims, where he was lobbying and rallying people together in order to establish a fight against the, against the Muslims.
Anyway, so the prophets of salaam keeps sending these expeditions to in different directions to different tribes. And now it's year six after hijra, the Prophet salallahu Salam sees a dream and this is a very special dream. And it's really going now going to be a big turning point in the history of Islam. So I'm not going to start with it. We'll leave it for next week in sha Allah
because it's important to explain all of this in one go if Nila so we'll stop here and if there is we can deal with two questions inshallah. Any questions.
Okay, so we conclude from the head. So the Los Alamos in them hammered while he was abusing them tomorrow and Saturday and Sunday, Inshallah, we have a series of lectures on Islamic history and they're not actually specifically about like, we're not going to
talk about historical necessity historical, like sequences or events, but we it's mainly lessons from history from the Islamic history, some kind of glimpse into some lessons that we can take Inshallah, from the Islamic history so everyone is invited because they're going to love it.