Nadim Bashir – Khatira – Five Important Points from Isra walMiraj

Nadim Bashir
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Today Inshallah, I just want to go through some important points from El Sol mirage. And the reason why I do want to do this today is because I understand that, you know, many people have been asking that, you know, we want to have a big program where we have all the events of Israel Well, Mirage explained to us and so forth. And we've been through these stories before in the past. But today, of course, we cannot keep it a very long Hydra. I just want to just share a few points from the night of El Sol Mirage things that we can learn from and so forth. First of all, is that it is not necessarily true that Esau will mirror Mirage took place in the month of Rajab. Okay. I understand

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that there are many places around the world where they celebrate the 27th Night of Rajab, as the night of Laila, Israel, well Mirage, or is our Shabaab, as they call it, overseas, shabby Mirage, this is what they call it overseas. So by the way, in the Hadith of the Prophet, sunnah, we're in the seat of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam rather, it is mentioned that there are differences of opinion in regards to this matter. Some say that it took place and who was some say they took place in Abuja, Thani. Some even had other opinions. Raja was also an opinion. But what happened was that later on, later on, there was some other scholars who then did their own math,

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their own calculation. And they came to the determination that perhaps it was the 27th Night of Raja, and hence, this became the mainstream opinion and the mainstream following throughout the entire OMA, it's no different than if you remember, like when he talked about the night of laser cutter, there are some people who are fixated in their mindset, that it is only the 27th night of Ramadan, that is concerned at the other end, perhaps because one time before there was a companion or a top theory, and during his time, it was a 27th night or this was their own opinion, this was their own opinion. And then this became the mainstream opinion. And this is why by the way, even if

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you go to many places overseas, even this is a practice amongst many Muslims, that you will not see them dedicate themselves on all the nights, the way they will dedicate themselves on the 27th night of Ramadan is because they have this mindset that this is the night of later others. So this is why we have to first understand that when it comes to Israel when we are large. There are many opinions of course the mainstream opinion that has become predominant, very well known in the in the Muslim ummah is the 27th Night of Raja now, the next thing is that when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was taken, of course he was taken from here from in from, from Mocha mocha Rama to

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measure Arkansas Allah subhanho wa taala. He reveals the surah Subhan Allah the Astra Brd, Allah says that that all Glory be to Allah subhanho wa Taala who took his OB? Okay, this is very important to understand. First of all, he took his OB Who is this OB Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Allah could have said Muhammad SAW Salam. Allah has said that he took his Rasulillah Salam on the night of Sol Mirage, but he referred to the prophet that Salam as an ABD. And by this, the Almighty say that when a person is a true slave to Allah subhanho wa taala. They put their trust in Allah. They have full Eman and Allah subhanho wa taala. And nothing deters their faith. This is by

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the way, the word armed. If Allah is calling someone his loved the Anima they say that this is a very high honor given by Allah subhanho wa Taala I understand that the word of may be considered or maybe translate as slave that Allah took his slave. And I understand especially when it comes to this country, when you study about slavery and so forth. Slave has a very negative connotation. So when we, when we translate the word of a slave, we really do not capture the essence of this word. But what Allah is doing over here is he's giving a very high special place a very honorable place to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by referring to him as an Arab and truly, if we are truly

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the opposite of Allah subhanho wa taala. And if Allah refers to us as an ARB, and we are the art and we are referred to as an art on the Day of Judgment, will Allah he this is an honor from Allah subhanho wa taala. So Allah says so behind the levy as Rob Yabba de Leyland, Milan Michel haram international Arkansas. Now, by the way, some, some people they have even engage in a debate. This was a debate that came afterwards that was this perhaps a dream, or was this a physical experience of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he went through. And while there are some people who said that this was perhaps only a dream of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they say that

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because for example, the Prophet saw some he says that when I woke

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Oh, okay. He says when I woke up, and when you wake up, you wake up after a sleeping you sleep, you see dreams. So that is why some people are of the opinion that this is a dream. But the predominant opinion and the more correct opinion is that this was a physical experience of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam is because when the Prophet saw some he sees what he sees, and not only that, but when he's saying that my heart my chest was cut open, and the fact that Allah subhanho wa Taala says, a straw Brd as Robbie, it means to travel at night. There are so many indications that point to the fact that this was not a dream, but rather this was a physical experience of Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now when I saw some he goes, we know that he came across many prophets, and he went through eat sky, the very first sky he met was who anyone know, he met Adam out of his Salaam. The second one he met was

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he said, and yeah, okay, Isa in Yeah, the third one.

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Yusuf Ali histogram. Okay, fourth one. It reads on he he's Salam. Fift Harun Sikhs.

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Musa alayhis salam and the last one. Ibrahim Ali is on my show this young man he knew all the mashallah mashallah Baraka lofi. So, now the question is that why these? Why these eight different Ambia why vs. Why not others? Now, there are of course, different interpretations given by other orlimar. The Why was these and remember, this happened right before the Hijra of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So that is raw, by the way, it is mentioned by some of the older mother Surah Israel was sent to the Prophet SAW Selim was given to the Prophet Salam one year before Hijra as a blueprint of what is coming in Medina, okay, what is the what is coming in Medina? And by the

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way, there are some even Sahaba Radi Allahu anhu, who are of the opinion that they are there is a passage in subtle Israel. It starts off with waka darbuka, Allah taboo Illa Iya. Or will why they near Santa, this is an idea you have heard, but there are 10 commandments mentioned over there. And some of them are of the opinion that these were the same 10 commandments that were given to Bani Israel, by the way, okay. This is their opinion. Now, nonetheless, why these Ambia? The woman might have speculated and they have come with their own explanation what is their explanation? Adam Alayhis Salam, just like other money is Salam he had to leave that place, which was near and dear to

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him, Jana, likewise, you owe Muhammad wa salam, you will be forced to leave the place, which you love very much, which is Makkah. And this is why, by the way, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on his way out from Mecca. He kept on while he was leaving. While he was leaving, Makkah, he kept on turning around looking at the kava, and saying things out of you know, out of pain, that, you know, it was the expressions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how much he would miss this place, and how much he's willing to miss this place and so forth. And by the way, if you say you see it all, even the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu. When they went to Medina, they were sick, they were

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homesick, they felt like this is not a place where we can live, even though there nowadays isn't the same country. It's the same land and so forth. But they actually felt that we rather go back to Makkah and suffer you know, the persecution at the hands of the parade. But we know that place that is still considered as home that is when Roswaal some he made dua to Allah subhana wa to Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala he put Baraka in Medina, the next one is Yeah, essentially you set up the who were the primary opposition of reciting yeah, here. It was Bani Israel. And now that you're going to Medina, your primary opposition is going to be who? The Jewish people of that community.

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And lo and behold, when the Prophet saw something he went and things change in Islam, meaning that the people are was the same 18 months after the people are changed. You all know this, the blockchain from Morocco to to Makkah. This is when slowly and gradually, the Jewish community became more hostile to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam what was the symbolic nature behind use of Allah usernames visit that the fact that use of allihies slums closest family members were plotting and planning against him? You Oh Mohamed Salah Salem, you're closest family members and your closest tribe members are going to plot and plan against you to it that needs to sit down it recently is

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Sunday on a Monday say that because not many not there's not much mentioned in the Quran regarding his story, but the fact that we do find in the Quran what I found now who mccadden Alia webconfig Idris in no cancer, the Obeah what alpha are now who mccannon Alia Allah says regarding into the Saudi Islam that we will give him a very special and honorable ring. We will

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elevate his status. So the alumni, they say that this is perhaps an indication from Allah, that Allah will elevate your status when it came to Musa and how to not get slammed on him and he said that it's very similar, that just like Allah subhanho wa Taala he gave Musala you some the assistance and the aid of Harun Alayhis Salam, which helped him propel his Dawa. Likewise when you go to Medina, you will have a group of people there waiting for you, and you will have supporters. This is what they want to buy, they say, and finally, Ibrahim alayhis salam, Ibraheem Alehissalaam because this is where he built he built the Kaaba in Mecca and the ALMA they say that perhaps this

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is an indication from Allah subhanho wa taala. That just like Ibrahim Ali, your son was able to establish monotheism and MCCA A day will come also once again, that you will be able to reestablish monotheism in Makkah, because once again, at that time, is monotheism. Tawheed and the Oneness of Allah was not established in Makkah, they use us to worship idols. Now, the next thing is that when we talk about, there's another thing that we talked about, we have heard about it, so I will Mirage and that is that we know of course, there's no doubt in the fact that Allah subhanaw taala gave the gift of Salah to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, but then there is another, you know, theory

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out there, that this attack here that you and I we recite in our Salaat adhere to the law he was follower to what are you back to? This was perhaps a conversation between Allah and His Prophet sallallahu it was okay. This is a theory that you know, I've heard many times. In fact, he has been given you know, people say this even on members and hotbeds and so forth, that this is a conversation between Allah's Prophet Salam that Allah subhanho wa Taala the province of Saddam Hussein adhere to the law was Salawat What are you back and Allah is responding by saying a salam alayka a Johan Nabi Warahmatullah wabarakatuh so, by the way, this is a total fabrication, okay,

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there is no merit to this, there is no evidence of this and there is no proof of this, okay. Now some people they made this because it can if you look at the the way I was putting it, anyone would think that okay, this probably is a conversation, but there is no proof of this and any authentic sources. So that is why we don't ever view this as a conversation between Allah as prophets of Salaam. Now, the last thing, one thing that we have also learned from this incident of Issawi Mirage is that when you are a true slave to Allah subhanho wa Taala and you make dua in the state of distress, you make dua in a state of distress. Allah subhana wa Taala is there. Think about it, when

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a person is always dedicated, and they're always focused and they don't lose trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala no matter what the situation is, no matter if the situation is out of their control. And no matter how many times there's always setbacks after setbacks, efforts, setbacks, they never still lose their trust in Allah subhanho wa taala. For example, Yusuf Ali Salam, there are so many setbacks in his life, but he never lost his trust in Allah subhanho wa taala. So think about this, even when it comes to any one of us. Even there might be setbacks after setbacks, but if we put our trust in Allah subhanho wa taala, and the most critical times in your life, when you call out to

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Allah subhanho wa Taala and you make a sincere dua, Allah will be there to accept your acceptor call. I'm going to share one story with you ever. It's actually a very interesting story. I'm going to finish off this Inshallah, just to show you that when you are in extreme distress cases, when you make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala accepts this one some time ago, I was actually sitting on a clubhouse. It's a it's a social media app. And there was a person, you know, he was just sharing a story. And he and the story is basically that there was some youth who came to the masjid.

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And they said, You know what, instead of doing something at the masjid, let's go outside, let's do something outside. So they went outside. So you have like, they asked one of the youth that Where are you, we're gonna come pick you up. So there were a handful of youth, okay, and these really tall, young, you know, tall young men. And there was one who was a little shorter. And so what happened was that they went to that place to go pick him up. What someone saw was that, and this is what that person they call the cops. And they said that I saw a group of young men taking and picking up a small, you know, a younger person and forcing them into the car. Now, these were just

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youth, what they were doing is they were just having a good time. You know, they're trying to pull them into the car and, you know, trying to ask them to come into the car and so forth. They were just messing around with each other. There was nothing wrong. But what that woman actually thought was that there was a kidnapping taking place. Okay, so she called the police and she said that I have witnessed a kidnapping, you have to go and these are, this is the cars, these are the license plate and so forth. So the cops caught up to these there are two cars, the cops

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came, they arrested all the youth, okay, they arrested all the youth. And all the parents are losing their mind what happened once again, it's a misunderstanding and so forth. These youth are telling the cops that this is not what you think it is. This is no kidnapping. You're insane. This is just, you know, we know each other, you know, our parents know each other. We just came to pick him up that person's fault. It was a kidnapping, but there's no kidnapping, but the police officers had to follow protocols. So what did they do is they booked them, put them in handcuffs, took them to the jail now, all the parents are worried calling attorneys and so forth. Now there was one youth who

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was in there who was like sort of the leader of all the youth. And he was in a cell, okay, he was in a cell with another young man who was not very close to Allah subhanho wa taala. But nonetheless, he used to come to the masjid time and time and attending attending Hala pas and so forth. So he told him that look, he told all the all the young all the guys and all the youth that you are seriously I can see from your faces that you are in a state of distress, you've never experienced jail. Now you're sitting behind bars, you're worried you're concerned make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala This is a time of distress. And whatever do either you make inshallah Allah will accept it. And

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subhanAllah all these kids they start you know, you know, think about their culture, okay for a moment, think about their level of sincerity. So they all meet will do the praying salah, they're crying your Allah please save us, we don't want to go to jail and so forth. And after a while, there was a parent who comes and he brings food for his son. Okay, and what does he bring? He brings a double cheeseburger for him, okay. He brought a double cheeseburger for him. So the guy who was in you know, the guy who would there were like two two in each cell. So when that double cheeseburger comes for this kid, the man says to him that I told you to make dua, what did you make dua for

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and he says that I was really hungry, I did ask for a double cheeseburger.

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So he made dua for a double cheeseburger in the state of distress. He made dua for a double cheeseburger, and lo and behold, Allah gave him a cheeseburger. And that time he says, you feel like slapping him and said that had you made dua that we would get out that we will be out by now you're saying so the point is this okay? That in the state of distress when you make a sincere dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala and a sincere dua, Allah will always accept your Dwarves inshallah. So ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us amongst those who apply who listen attentively who applied properly. I mean, nobody I mean, there's not gonna love hey, somebody's going to LIBOR Catherine

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