Nadim Bashir – The Smiles and Tears of Prophet Muhammad #08 – I must see the Prophet Muhammad

Nadim Bashir
AI: Summary © The use of the phrase "oppression and opposition" in the Quran is used to describe people as "oppressed" and "oppressed" in Mak Makpaid, where people provide protection to others. People in older generations have a history of providing protection to others, causing them to become unaware of their own safety until they find out how their beloved culture is affected by the coronavirus. The speaker discusses how people in older generations have a history of providing protection to others, causing them to become aware of their own safety until they find out how their beloved culture is affected by the coronavirus. The use of the phrase "oppression and opposition" in the Quran is used to describe people as "oppressed" and "oppressed" in the time of Mak Makpaid, where people provide protection to others. The speaker emphasizes the importance of being connected to the goddamn sallaviat and being a part of the life of the goddamn sallaviat.
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salam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatu Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah him Hamid while he was so happy about, I want to share with you a story today in sha Allah, a story from the beginning days of Makkah, the days when there was very much oppression and opposition faced from the orange to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and we have to understand that the situation was such that in Mecca, there is a concept of protection and giving your protection to someone else. This is why Subhan Allah You know, one thing we find in the Quran very much is when ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada uses this phrase, Malik Amin, Allah him in Walia

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and we're gonna see it, how many times we hear ayat of the Quran where Allah says that they will not have anyone to protect them on the Day of Judgment, they will not have no one to help them on the Day of Judgment. Have we ever understood and thought about where this concept comes from? Well, in the time of Maccha, what it used to happen is that people were provide their protection to other people, for example, there was a, there were situations where people will provide their protection. And because they have a status amongst all age, they will tell the college that this person is under my protection, that means that just like no one can come in touch me because of my social status.

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Likewise, no one can touch this person. So they have like, basically immunity, and they cannot be touched at all. So this was a concert that used to take place at that time. So what happens is that some of them will sit, they will not be open and speaking out in public and expressing their shahada, because they will not have that protection, and they will not have that security. But then you have people like obika, or the ultra on, he comes from a very noble tribe, and a tribe that people are very well aware of him and so forth. And so he felt that since I do have this status, it's absolutely you know, it's fine for me if I go in if I openly declare my Shahada, and so forth.

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So it just so happens that one day, he goes out and he begins to talk about Islam, he begins to give Dawa, very openly in front of people, because he once again understands that no one can come after him and his life. But what do happens is that people they ignore that aspect, because there were so filled with rage. And there was so much filled with hatred of Islam, that they began to pounce on our bucket of the Ultron. And they beat him to a certain extent that he was then left unconscious. Later on, people told some of the arrays that God forbid, if you beat him so much, and he dies, do you realize how that will affect our relationship with his tribe and so forth. So leave him and

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eventually he was left. It said that people they picked up the body of old bucket or the Allah Quran and they took him home. Now when alga Rototom, was able to regain his consciousness, one of the very first things of course, imagine if anyone was in that kind of situation. Whenever you wake up, people are rushing to you. People want to make sure that you are okay. They give you something to eat, they give you something to drink. And that's exactly what happened with our bucket of the yellow time. They came to his aid, they began to help him out. But he made it very clear that I will not eat or drink anything, till I find out how my beloved Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is

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Subhan Allah. I mean this why this is why we find that the Prophet seven has so much admiration, so much love for obika Yamada, and think about this, you are unconscious, and now he was able to regain his consciousness. And the very first thing that he's inquiring about is not even his own health is not about if he's or he's not worried about his own safety. He's more worried about the safety of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he kept on refusing his family. He said that I don't care till I don't see Rasulullah saw Salam, nothing's going to happen. I'm not gonna eat anything or do anything. So they knew that he was very adamant in his intent. So they took him to the Prophet

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sallallahu ala he was setting up and as soon as he came to the Prophet SAW Salem, and he saw the prophets of salaam he began to cry and Subhanallah as a result of wholesome he got up also and he had a record of the Yola time and he said, Allahu Allah, your son was also crying, and he was crying profusely and just because it first of all, it's just a pain to see what a

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bucker went through, but at the same time now seeing that he's absolutely fine. And not only that, but just the sheer joy of seeing each other again, after the separation and knowing that they both are absolutely fine. This is why the Paulson, he was crying. And so somehow this is just a very beloved story. And then not only that, we also find that oh bucket or the yellow THON he made, he asked us was I'll send them this is my mother, she's not a believer, can you please make dua for her and the province will send them on the spot. He made dua for her, and lo and behold, she converted to Islam on that same at that same time. Now, what do we learn from this story? Because a lot of

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times we may have heard these kinds of stories. The question is, what do we learn from this? I want you to think about this. The Prophet SAW Selim is so happy, and he's crying at the fact that he sees a worker. Not only that, but he sees a worker and he knows that are workers stood up for Dean, he stood up for the dean of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I want you to think about this. Today. There are so many people who are trying to smear the name of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. There are people who are abandoning the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there are people who are trying to raise objections to to destroy the credibility of Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And just think about this, if you are a person that in this day and age where people are trying to destroy the credibility of Roswell Salem, but if you are a person who is trying to maintain and restore the, the credibility of Roswaal Salam, you are learning about the prophets of Salaam, you're spreading the message of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you are applying his Sooners and his practices and his lifestyle into your lifestyle. Then just think about this. Just think about this. What will be the Paulson's reaction when he sees you on the Day of Judgment? This is why always remember that the more you are connected to the prophets of salaam, the

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more his life is like your life. The more his o'clock A your o'clock is like his cloth. And your life is like his life. And your demeanor is like his demeanor and everything about you is more like him. The more we are like Ursula salaam the more inshallah we'll be close to the Prophet saw them on the Day of Judgment, and the person will know us, the person will recognize us and the person will be told that these are people that when people were leaving Dean when people were trying to smear your name, these are the people who defended defended you. These are the people who stood up who stood by your name and think about how pleased also lost a son will be at that time. I asked Allah

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subhanho wa Taala to give all of us ability to follow the life of the prophet salam to apply his sunnah as in our life, his o'clock in our life. May Allah subhanaw taala make every aspect of our life the way it was conducted by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I mean, does that Camilla Hyatt Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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wouldn't have you Lena photo gentlemen one Hatfield law. It was good enough long I guess.

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