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Abu Huraira (Ra) The Preserver Of Hadith – The Firsts

Omar Suleiman

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I was with Asimina seminary ministry ecology Miss McLaughlin Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen whatever one Illa Allah Vaughn Amin will ask you about too much of pain Allahumma salli wa salam Abadi can I be Karasu? Can Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, while early he also can be was salam to Stephen cathedra so I want to welcome you all back to the first after we had a two week break for either obviously. And the last person that we spoke about is usually only spoken about in the story of the man that we're covering tonight was uploaded all the a lot of time on hold, but Hamdulillah we had a chance to talk about to fade, a dosi or the Allahu Taala and who in great

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detail two weeks ago, and to really treat his story for the blessing that it is on its own. And that gives us the opportunity to go into the story of Ebola while the a lot of times I'm understanding that background so if you haven't watched it, then please do inshallah try to go back and review your notes because it really is enriching to the story of Ebola the Allah Tada and himself. So the man that we're talking about today is extremely difficult to cover in one hour. I cut a lot of notes out I tried my best to keep this to one biography because we could honestly spend five or six lectures with him alone, but inshallah Tada maybe in the future when this is written out. Some of

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those extra details can be put in between anytime and we can actually understand the person have uploaded all of the Allahu Taala and hope and his legacy and his history with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in the Companions, a bit more to gain a greater appreciation for him about the Allahu Taala and who and his title when you go to the great book of crrna Amendola by the mama Darby Rahim Allah, His title is a long title. And the pages of people that narrated from him are longer than most chapters as a whole for other people. Meaning if you took the biography of someone else in the book of CRN Amendola, and you just compared it to the pages of Apollo 11, the Allahu Anhu about

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who his students were in the introduction of who he is. Those pages are longer than most biographies in the entire collection of biographies by the man that the heavy Rahim Allah his title Al Imam Al Fateh al mujtahid al Hatfield Sahib Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Abu Hurayrah at dosi Al Yamani say you will find that it's a beautiful title, the Imam, the jurist, the Machida hit the scholar, the half of sloppy Rasulullah he's on Instagram the companion of the Prophet, slice them up ahora a doe see that from the tribe of DOS Al Yamani from Yemen, say you too far as that the leader of all of those who affirm in their memorization, not just of the Quran, but of multiple other

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things as well. So this is the man who of course, narrated the most a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam narrated more narrations from the Prophets lie Selim, than any other human being in history. And there's this great discrepancy between the narrator and the person what I mean by that is that I shall have the Allahu Taala on her who narrates after Ebola the Allah Tada and who this great body of a Hadith from the Prophets lie Selim. We know about it shall be allowed, as a person you know her biography, our mother, may Allah be pleased with her. But when it comes to Abu Dhabi, Allah Tada and home, the average Muslim knows very little about his life. Yet when you

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read any book, it is an abbey Hora era. It is from Abu Huraira that you hear from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa salam and so that's why I really want to focus on the person of ovaherero, the Allahu Taala and hope in this lecture in particular, as for the defensive upgrade, or the Allah I know that's a genre in and of itself. Why? Because anyone who wants to attack the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will go for the easiest target and he is the easiest target. If you discredit Abu Hurayrah, then you can discredit the entire Hadith tradition, then you can open up the Quran to whatever you want to with your interpretation. And then you can turn Islam into

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something entirely unrecognizable. And so I say this without any hesitation, and I'm not the type as you all know, to refute this person and refute that person or start naming people. But I don't say this lightly because of the companions of the Prophet slice Allah. If you want to know someone who has deviated from Islam, that poses as a scholar or a thinker, look at whether or not they attack Ebola. It's the easiest filter to say this is a person who is going to take me away from the profit slice on it, because it is a gateway to attacking the prophets lie some himself and then questioning the entire process of Rick

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According history in Islam, all of the companions of the prophets lie Selim agreed upon the integrity of this man they narrated from him. All of the authors of the six books of Hadith agreed upon the integrity of this man and recorded his Hadith and considered them the strongest chains. And then someone shows up in the 21st century and says, Actually, he's this this this and that, and it's not a problem with the province I'm it's a problem with alcohol data, but that means there's really no such thing as the integrity of the sciences. And that means how do you know how to pray five times a day? How do you know how to do it properly? How do you know how to fast and the rules of

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fasting and so it's important to familiarize yourself I think, with that side of things the defensive uploaded on the Allahu Anhu there was a wonderful article that was written by brother Abdullah Haluk on Muslim matters just a few months ago, in defensive of radon these are just small English resources multimodal tested as Imam mashallah from column has done incredible research in defending the integrity of Ebola, the Allah Tala. And so if you want to see that genre, it's easily found in Chatelet tab, but he has a filter, right? If someone's attacking him, that means that the next step is questioning everything that you know about Islam from the basic foundations that the

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average Muslim understands about Islam is going to be uprooted in some way. So let's talk about the person. Okay, now, just a slight recap from Tofail or the Allahu taala. And he was from the tribe of what

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what's the name of the tribe, a dose, a dose. And this tribe was famous for all the wrong reasons, drinking, gambling, partying, everything wrong, they were famous for, and uphold the law. And he was famous for all of the right reasons, right? But if you remember Subhanallah, there's just a few reflections I wanted to share. One to feign was coming to Mecca, Ebola hub went out to him to try to make sure he would not hear what the prophet slicin had to say. And look at how Allah subhanaw taala would make history. It was the young man he would bring the prophets like he would bring to the prophets lie Selim, that would cause more people to hear what the prophets lysozyme has to say than

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any other human being in history. So look at how Allah foils their plans. They go to fail to say, don't even look at the Prophet slice of them. Don't listen to him. He's a sorcerer, He's a magician, he's going to possess you and mess you up. And it was the young man that he brought with him that narrated more on behalf of the prophets like some than any other human being in history. It's also in that slight interaction when Tofail gave up on his people. And he's told the prophets lie Selim make you're against them. There's no good in them. I tried with them. I tried calling them to Islam, no good and dose and the prophets lie. Selim instead said Allahu Mahi dosa, oh Allah guide dose what

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the TB him, bring them to me. And no one brings us to the profit slice on the more than obliterate all the Allahu Taala and who the young man who otherwise would have been destroyed by the drought of the Prophet slice. I'm against the tribe of dos and SubhanAllah. Look at what we benefit from today. And if you remember when the Prophet slice and I met up Hodeidah, this young orphan boy who converted to Islam, along with the chief of the tribe before the others did, and the prophets lie, some said where are you from? He said, from dose the prophets lie some said Magcon to Allah NFE dose and then fee he hired I thought there was no good in anyone and dose. But here you are. This young

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orphan boy coming to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to serve Him and to learn from him with everything that he has. So let's talk about him being unlucky to Allah. Now, he said he was an orphan, there was a narration that his father was a man by the name of the roommate ignore and ignore the Shivraj, which was the name of one of their idols of dose, of course, Omega banana, and a club Ronnie narrates the name of his mother, Mae Munna bint slobby. His mother is going to be an important figure in the story. May Mona another May, Mona and can anyone remind me what the word Maimunah meant? Please, it'll make me feel better about my teaching here. Blessing well Baraka.

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Right? So Maimunah comes with Abu Hurayrah in the story, and we're going to learn about her as well. She has her own special story with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So as for him, his name, according to a narration from him, before Islam was Abdi shrimps, the slave of the son of Mustafa. Okay, I'm just shrimps. Now that'd be narrates a bunch of possibilities about what his name was, he could have had multiple names and jehadi and the days of ignorance or this was the strongest opinion that his name was the slave of the sun and the prophets lie so I'm of course, changes that name to the Rama to Abdul Rahman, but he's famously known as above Hora era. Now he had according to Brahim

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will follow that Mark Azumi he had a bad nickname and jelly as well. So he didn't just have a bad name, but he had a bad nickname as well. And the prophets like some changed both the name and the nickname, the name and the nickname because as alarians

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It just says, well, that's another zoo Bill calm, do not mean people with nicknames. That's kind of I don't want to go into a tangent here, but it is a beautiful reflection that you see some of the element mentioned. The Arabs had this habit with bad nicknames. All right, where they call you by something that you didn't like, but it was something that they remember you by. Okay, so if a person has a physical trait that they're not even happy about, everyone calls them by that physical trait from there on and you like it or you don't like it? That's your nickname from melon. And the prophets like some did not just change people's names to good names. He hated bad nicknames to

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SallAllahu Sallam he said give people names that they like, call people in ways that they like to be called. Look at the excellence of character from the Prophets lie Selim. Give people nicknames they like and call them by the names that they like to be called by most. So what is the story of Abba Herrera's nickname? He says about himself color coding to random and the early I was a shepherd for my people. So this is the first insight you get into him. He's an orphan. And he's a shepherd. Right. And the prophets lie. Some mentioned that there are special traits about the shepherds, these unknown shepherds that tend to the sheep in nature. They tend to be introspective people simple

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people kind of looked down upon. But these people Subhanallah I mean, think about how much they're interacting with the creation and just looking out to the sky unto themselves. And he accepted Islam very easily, right. So I will write about the Allahu Anhu as an orphan boy, he says going to arrive early and I used to just tend to the sheep of my family for Kenneth Lee Hora era, and I had a kitten. I had a horror era of Rayleigh is literally a kitten color for us to her, he called me. So he said, I used to keep it in my sleeve. So this little kitten used to walk around with in his sleep, he loved this cat. And he kept it with him in his sleep. Carla will be here. And I used to

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play with this kitten while I was tending to the sheep. So he loved cats. And he had a particular little kitten that he would walk around with. So he said that the prophets like Selim called me Oberon. And one NARRATION The prophets like some call them operator or his people started to call him a boyhood idol. Right? So it's a nice nickname that he loves. And,

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you know, obviously, the cat was gonna grow up, right. And so there's a there's a twist in the story with the Prophet slicin as well, but he keeps the nickname Oberon, right, the father of the kitten, about the Allahu taala. And so if you don't like cats, are you a bad person?

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You're saying yes. I mean, if it was like how I'd say I agree with you, because who doesn't love cats? Right? But no, it's obviously something particular to this companion. But there is something good about treating cats well in sha Allah Tada. And there is you can use that story. If you have a cat in your house, tell them to treat the cat well, and maybe in sha Allah, you can memorize some Hadees too. And hopefully it'd be like a boyhood Aidan.

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True story, we used to call my mother

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because she used to play with cats a lot. So maybe there's something about good people in cats, but I won't go too far into that tangent and if you have allergies, there's nothing wrong with you. But this is definitely a companion who's famous for his cat as well. Now the prophets like some gave people nicknames that also showed a sense of importance to him so if the profit slice I'm called you by nickname it became your favorite name because it showed a level of affection so it's interesting with Satan idol the Allahu Anhu I think I'd be right when the Prophet slice and I'm was calming things down when he had an argument with fidelity modeled the law and when he went to sleep in the

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messages and the prophets like some went and dusted them off and he said call me about to rob stand up. Oh, father of dirt.

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Alley love that name. Because the prophets lesson was doing it in laughter. Right? It's a form of affection like I'm not mad at you don't take this as a point of anger. I'm not insulting you. But then people later on in Islamic history, don't understand anything, tried to use it to insult him. And it was his favorite nickname, because the prophets like some set it to him in affection. Right? Remember in relief of Megaman story? Does anyone remember what he called them?

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Anyone remember, it was only a few weeks ago.

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No man, or Neiman sleepyhead. Right. And are they for love that nickname? Well, the Allahu Taala animal? Well, because the prophets lie some set it to him from a place of affection. So Ebola is a name that is beloved operator because the prophets lie some called them that and there's a neutral relationship here where Ebola will frequently narrate from urban possum. The prophets lie Selim his name as I will pass them calling him by his Konya to reflect that he had a special relationship with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is Abu Hurayrah. His physical appearance was actually also very pleasant. He had a bronze skin, a reddish beard, and they said he had a very

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unique appearance. He was very handsome while the Allow time very humorous and very pleasant. And this is something that you'll love about his story. And again, some

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about the guy that takes care of cats right? He was very funny. All the a lot of chatter on who used to play with children used to make people laugh and had a very pleasant demeanor about him Radi Allahu Taala and so when does he get to come and be with the Prophet saw I saw him and I remember to fail did not bring his people to Medina until later on. Okay. They were part of Nigel Ron, so he brings them later on. Now, when he brought them to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have already mentioned the morning he got to Medina. So this is where you already start to see the brilliance of the man's memory. He says hydrogen Nabil sallallahu alayhi wa salam, ala haber were

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condemned to Medina Maha giran for so late to Subhan Khalifa CBR et ne rearfoot la Radi Allahu Taala and he said that I came to Medina the day the prophets lice and left for Faber and I pray Sajid and I pray behind seabear or the Allahu Taala and who kind of stickler for who. And he said, The Quran is such that it Allah be Surah T Mariam was in an era where you don't in mortality, the most awful thing he said that he read in the first knockout, sort of Maryam and in the second record, so it's an apostrophe. So he even remembered the first two surahs he prayed in Medina, with the companion, the day that the Prophet slice and I went out for Hiva. So this will give him four years with the

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prophets of Allah, Allah and he was four years where he's going to really attach himself to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says that when I came to Medina, he said, I had one servant with me for however many and he fled from Abu Hurayrah somewhere along the way, and he said, so it was just me and my mother. And my mother is a blind woman, old woman, and I was taking care of her and she would go with me wherever I went. So his mom really doesn't know why they're moving.

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All right, his mother's name was what Maimunah so his mother does not know why they're moving. And I will What I don't want the Allahu Taala and initially sets up in relation to Khalifa is where the station the main thought is now when you go for Umrah or Hajj, right, so in that area of the Khalifa, He sets up His mother over there, and he attaches himself to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And here you find one of the most beautiful aspects and elements of the life of Ebola the Allahu Taala and just the story with his mother. When he comes to Medina, with his mother to the Khalifa,

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his mom was asking these questions, why are we here? What are we doing here and he loved his mother tremendously.

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So when he tells his mother that he embraced Islam

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and that they have moved to Medina and he's gonna serve the prophets lie Selim. She cursed the prophets lie Selim. She cursed Islam she cursed Hola, hola, yo, she was extremely upset.

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And she started to say all of these horrible things. Now listen to what I will write about the Allahu Taala and who says and I'll take the narration in his own words, all of it to Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an apt key. I came to the prophets like Selim crying. So he's giving you his emotion.

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And I was walking to the Prophet slice and I'm crying and I said, Yeah rasool Allah in the Quran to other Rumi, Islam. For Ballia. For there, oh two, hell yell for AzMERIT ne fika Na, Accra.

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It's very specific. He says, I was calling my mother to Islam or messenger of Allah.

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And she was refusing to embrace Islam. And today when I tried to give her data, she caused me to hear about you what I hate to hear. So basically, he's telling the prophets lie, Selim. She's insulting you. Keep in mind here historical context. This is Medina, late in the season of the prophets lie Selim the prophets lie some has full control, right? Does the prophets lice and I'm saying go back home and do this to her? Does the prophets lie some say bring her to me and then humiliate her and make an example out of her? What is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam going to do about the situation? We're above what he was saying. She's saying this stuff about you. And

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it's bothering me. And subhanAllah he's worried about what he's worried about first and foremost, per situation in the market. My mother is an old woman. I don't know what's going to happen to her if she's cursing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his hands. And he said Allah Hammadi on Ebihara Allah Hammadi On arrival, oh Allah guide the mother of Oregon Oh Allah guide the mother of Abu Hurayrah Oh Allah guide the mother of Abu Hurayrah Carla for Karachi two more steps Iran began with Tina Viola his Allahu alayhi wa sallam Musa. So I went back home, and I had the glad tidings of the drought of the prophets like Selim, he'd already seen the miracle of the drought. The prophets lie Selim when he said Allahumma de dosa, oh Allah guide dos.

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So he knows that there's something special about that.

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You're out of the prophets like Selim, and SubhanAllah. It pains him. You talk about the struggle of the converts the struggle of the companions, it pains him to know that he has dedicated his life to the Prophet sign son, and his mother might die cursing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you think about the fitna of the companions and the fitna of those people who call people to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah Subhana Allah, one of my my brothers in Dallow, you know, gives Dawa as well, and he told me about how he talked about my own mother Robinson. And he said, you know, you can live your whole life as a tribute to your mother, you can dedicate your Dalit to her. What about me? What

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about me? This is a serious fitna for people. May Allah subhanaw taala guide the mothers of all of those Musharraf and Darat and all those people, those that convert to Islam, and give them the coolness of their eyes, in that guidance, Allah I mean, so it's, it's painful to him that he can't, he can't see his mother died this way.

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So he says, I went back home and the door was shut. And I saw the water running. I heard the water running and the water was coming from under the door as well. So as I was about to open the door, it was closed and my mother shouted out and said mechanic, mechanic, stay in your place. Alright. Stay in your place. And then he said that she finished taking a shower. She got dressed, she wrapped her head and she opened the door. And the first thing she said to our hotel Well, the Allahu Anhu Yeah, Hurayrah Chateau La ilaha illallah wa shadow anna Muhammad Abdul Rasul.

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First things he said to him Subhan Allah before anything else was the Shahada.

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Imagine how happy he was about the Allahu Taala and

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Karla Faraja to eat and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for it to who and upcoming and Farah he said this time I came to the Prophet slice I'm crying but out of joy. The first time I came to the Prophet slice I'm crying out of sadness. Now I came to the prophets lie some crying out of joy, to give him the good news. Go to ya rasool Allah appsero Kadaster job Allahu Datawatch were harder on me before I O Messenger of Allah Glad Tidings Allah answered your DUA. Allah guided the mother of Mo Hora ala for Hamidullah. Well Esna alayhi wa Carla Hydra, the prophets lie some and praised Allah. And he extolled him and the prophets nice and I'm said that's good news. Carla cool to ya

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rasool Allah, Allah doesn't stop. He knows the power of the drought of the prophets like Selim. I said, O Messenger of Allah,

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Allah, and you have villainy and our only Illa everybody hit me while you have at home Elayna Subhanallah very specific, your own messenger of Allah. Make your art to ALLAH ask Allah to make Abu Hurayrah and his mother beloved to the believers, and to make the believers beloved to them.

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So make the believers all the money, love Abu Hurayrah and the mother of Abu Hurayrah.

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And let Abu Hurayrah and his mother love the believers. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he raised his hands. And he asked Allah O Allah, make Abu Hurayrah and his mother beloved to all of the believers, and make the believers beloved to them. Karla femora hoody commune yes Mara will be while you're Ronnie Illa had Benny he said so no believer was born except that he saw me and he loved me he saw me or heard me and loved me so I saw the derive the prophets lies I'm and you're gonna see this Subhanallah even in the time of the fitna, where side starts a breakout of Oreos loved by all sides of the low tide on except for the holodeck because they're a different story

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right those that are killing everyone in the extremists they're a different story but the believers are in thought if a tiny man and want me in touch the believers on both sides both love Oklahoma, the Allahu Taala anyone who says no believer that I ever encountered,

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or a believer that heard of me, heard of me, except that they loved me. So there's a question here just like when we talk about the prophets, like some saying about the debates about the people of this household, oh Allah love those who love them. It's a part of Eman to love Abu Hurayrah are in the prophets like some said, Oh Allah love those who love the Assad or that that's a love the Assad is a part of faith. Then loving Abu Huraira Radi Allahu Taala and who is a part of Eman and so we ask Allah to make us amongst those that love Abu Hurayrah and his mother and that our beloved to the one who made them Beloved to us. Allahumma Amin. So this changes the situation for him drastically I

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will hold on to the Allahu Anhu this orphan boy

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now has his mother Mae Mona, who's an old blind woman, and they're both believers. The beauty doesn't stop there of this relationship of ohana while the Allahu Tada and home every single day had this habit with his mother so his mother

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was in one room basically two separate doors to the singular structure, but it was technically two houses or you know like a duplex of sorts whatever you want to call it right but the point is that he has to go to her door from the outside. So every single day, what would I will What I'll do, I will write all the a lot of data and who either arrived at any approach this is an edible mushroom by Mumbo fairy every time he would leave his house worker for Allah Davina, he would go and he would stand at his mother's door. And he said, As salam o aka metab what I meant Allah Hemara cattle. So he gives Salam, oh my dear mother and the mercy of Allah and His blessings, and she would say, Well,

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I Nika, salam, O ye Boone, eight. Well, rahmatullahi wa barakato. See, give back Saddam. And he would say Rahima que la Kamara. Betony severe. May Allah have mercy on you as he raised me when I was young. And she would respond and she would say rocky McCullough cannot bharatavani Kabira. And may Allah have mercy on you, oh, my dear son, as you have shown me nothing but righteousness in my old age, some either rather and yet whole summer MF law. And when he would come back home, he'd go do the same thing. So he wouldn't leave his house, or come back home, except that he'd stand in front of his door and greet his mother and make her out for her and she would greet him and make dua

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for him, as well. So I will hold on to the Allahu Anhu deeply loved his mother Maimunah, while the Allahu Taala and, And subhanAllah it's no coincidence that he is the narrator of the famous Hadith that the women love the man sometimes feel a little slighted by it, which is almost almost almost back to your mother than your mother, then your mother and your father, have what I call the Allahu Anhu is the narrator of that hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we have to accept that brothers and you know, it's an authentic hadith, but it's no it's no coincidence that this is narrated from Abu Hurayrah, about the Allahu Taala and, And subhanAllah and one of the narrations in

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Sahih Muslim in fact, the narrator says, and this is actually recorded in Muslim, what beloved Abba Hora lamea Konya who had turnouts are more than that.

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It's narrated that Abu Hurayrah did not even do hedgesville The Allahu Taala annual until his mother passed away because he wanted to keep her company and he did not get married until she died. So Abu Hurayrah had a special relationship with his mother may Allah be pleased with him and be pleased with her. And this is your first introduction to this orphan boy, that comes to Medina that is now caught between what he's going to do and shadowing the Prophet sly southern while also serving his mother being her only child and not having anyone else in the in the house. So this is the first introduction to this young man out of the hola hola todos. Now that's one life of Ebola the Allahu

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anhu, which is the service to his mother. The other side of his life in this regard, and these four years with the Prophet size, Saddam is, of course the one that he's more famous for, which is being the leader of this sofa. Now on the sofa is a term that's used to refer to those people who are technically homeless.

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They would come to Medina and they were more hygienic. They were people that were migrants from outside and they would sleep in the masjid and the sahaba. The Ansara would particularly when they got their first batch of crops, they go to the people of sofa, the profit sign son when he would stand up in the masjid. He would say every one of you take someone from a sofa home and Allah azza wa jal will make it so that one you know, the food that amounts for one person will amount for two and two for three and so on so forth. So the profit slice i would encourage the Sahaba frequently go take someone from Addis Ababa, and care for them in your homes. Usually it's a temporary state,

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you're not permanently from the sofa. But these are young people or people that are single men that are dedicated to the Prophet slice and I'm gonna whose situation is still not settled in Medina, and in and of itself is a beautiful state that the prophets lysozyme puts them in the masjid

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in the masjid. And this kind of shows you the discrepancy between how the prophets lie some thought of a masjid and how we think of a masjid. Right, that this is messed up Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he wanted to make sure that the poorest of the community were visible, that they were not invisible to the rest of the community, and he would make your art for those that would care for them and the prophets like some would always take them and he would care for them. And if someone invited the prophets lie Selim, he'd bring out a sofa with him. So I will write about the Allahu Taala and who is in this situation as well. Okay, for some time, he is part of the people of a sofa

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and I actually want to show you on image because you can actually see where the sofa are today. If it comes up there it is. So right between a right after you enter from bed Jibreel and this is typically where the women's section is now, you'll see this elevated structure. A sofa literally refers to an elevated structure. So they were on

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An elevated structure in the message of the Prophet slice and I'm and that structure is still marked by this here. So this is where abodo The longtime home, and that group of people would stay. Now I will read all the alongside I mentioned the hunger, the poverty. And some of the scholars, the writer has mentioned that look, you know, it's already hard enough as a shepherd that's barely living off of a few coins amongst your own people. Now you have to come situate yourself amongst the people. And those types of jobs are already taken, right those are the first that's the first set of jobs that are taken. And so Abraham will be Allah Tada and who does not have a way to earn for

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himself yet. And he is dedicated to the profit slice and um, to learn from the profit slice alum. And this is something unique only to the life of the profit slice. And I'm why because it's condensable for a person to inflict poverty on themselves after the Prophet slice on them, so that they can, you know, be in the message, for example, right, that's a consumable state, you'll find narrations from Satan, no matter the law, and in that regard, to voluntarily inflict poverty on yourself, but how many years do you have with the Prophets license? Right while he's on this earth, neighborhood aid or the law and he wants to dedicate himself to the profit slice of them. So he's

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new to the community, and he doesn't have tribesmen and he would suffer from extreme hunger. So he says, and there are a few narrations called an anassa Canary or coluna Xsara Abu Huraira people used to say that Ebola narrates too much. He has too many a hadith. And he explains what in the according to Airism rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be Shiva inboxed me, he said that I used to accompany the prophets lie some with every single moment of my life, even to the point that I wouldn't have enough to put food in my stomach. Now the prophets I said, I'm gonna go days without food, but He's different from Allah Hardy, who is someone who doesn't want to miss a moment with the

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Prophet SAW Salem. So he would say I be with him, and basically at the expense of my stomach. So he said that I wouldn't you know, go days without having a loaf of bread or having any, you know, date or anything like that. He didn't want to ask he's too dignified to ask anyone for food. He doesn't want to tell anyone that he's hungry. So he's hoping that someone will notice Carla will come to all see Oh, Buckley, Bill husba. Mineral Jewry, he said, so I used to tie stones to my stomach out of hunger. And this was something that we see even from the prophets like someone conduct time to stone to your stomach as a means of dealing with your hunger. He says we're going to start to read Raja

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Elia. Here, Mary calian. Curry Bobby, for your Imani. He said so I would say salam to someone and I would have an eye of the Quran that I already know. But I'd asked him about an Ayah from the book of Allah hoping that they would notice me and they would feed me and he says, What can I ask you a nasty little miskeen Jaffa worthy Allah Tala anime so Jaffa was the most generous of people, while the longtime man who Jaffa be blinded. He said Kenny and Paddy bobina for yo Tori Mona McAfee BT he said Jaffa would take us and he would feed us people sofa with whatever was in his household, the Allahu Tada and hope. He says until it would come to a point that we would just have the container

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that the butter was left on. And I would lick whatever I could get off of it, because that was the most that we could have. And Jaffa will be alone who would give everything in his house until you know, the only thing that you could get from him that shows you the extreme situation of poverty that they lived in. The only thing that you could get from him was licking the can or the surface where butter at once touch. So this is the Hadith and Al Bukhari. And he mentioned in another narration, you know, and this is later on in his life when he wasn't in such poverty. He says that I remember those days that I would pass out right outside of the house of Isola Bella and her meaning

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he stay with the profit slice them until the profit slice I'm got to the house of it shall be allowed.

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And he said that I pass out and you point to the pillar, I remember passing out a few times out of hunger and I just sit there and hold my stomach. And he said that a person would come for he actually saw Allah soldering, he'd sit next to me. And he would think that I'm a crazy person. So I'd say to him later that he taught in an actual jeweler, look, I'm not sick. It's just I'm not a crazy person or anything like that. It's doer, it's hunger that's causing me to be in the situation. I'm just hungry. Right? So he's describing the situation that he had all the a long time. So the most famous Hadith in this regard.

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And it's a beautiful Hadith about it will be allowed to her and he says and along Hadith in Bukhari, and I'm going to just say it in English because it's very long. He said that I swear by Allah that I used to lay on the ground and I used to press my stomach to the ground out of hunger at times, and I used to bind a stone over my stomach. And he said that one day I sat

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at the place that the prophets lie Selim would pass by, and the prophets lie some

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him

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and his companions would come out from this area. So he said Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu passed by. And he said, what's the ultimate and I ultimately tabula asked him about a verse from the book of Allah. And he said, I already knew the answer. So I asked him a question about tough see it? What is this? I mean, what is this? I mean, and I was hoping that Rebecca will the law and who would take notice? And he'd invited me to eat. He said, so I told them, you know, can you explain this verse to me, and I will record all the law and who explained the i and then he walked away. Then he said, Oh model of the law annual came out. So I'll do an item and he traveled. I just asked him about a verse

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from the book of Allah hoping he'd notice but our model the law, and who answered the tough seated question, and moved on, as well. He said, So finally, the prophets lie Selim comes out. And he said, he knew Matthew wedgie. When Matthew called me he knew what was on my face and what was in my heart Subhan Allah the Prophet sighs I'm recognized hunger, because he was the hungriest of the people. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to go days without food supplies. So he said the profit slice on looked at me. And before I said anything to him, he said, Yeah, the hill.

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Oh, father of the grown cat.

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Alright father of the grown cat. So the prophets, like some was joking with him.

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And obviously Hodeidah had become a big cat by now. It's been years right. provincewide son was joking with him. And this was a means of lightening the mood. So he said, the

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submarine or the law and he said, law BKR a civil law here I come on Messenger of Allah, what is it? So the prophets I said, Follow me. So I follow him I only give him the love the prophets lie, some got it. And this is all going to go well, so the profit slice and I'm asks he enters into his home.

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And he asked for permission from me and I enter with him as well. And the profit slice that I'm finds a picture of milk. So he says, Where's this milk from? And they say that someone gifted it to you yellow suit Allah. So this is one of his wives. sallallahu alayhi wa salam.

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So the province lies and looks at me, he's got this milk in his hands. This is going great. So far, the prophets like some says, yeah, the hidden and he says the bake, prophesy, some said, Go call all of Edison.

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So the Allah says,

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I went out to the masjid and he gives this context. He said, When the Prophet sighs I'm used to get any gifts Subhanallah the first thing the prophets, like some would do is he called for AnnaSophia. So he said, this was the habit of the prophets, like somebody find something in his house, but he was hoping something be a little bit different right now. Like, clearly I'm extremely hungry right now. I need this myself. And this is only going to delay it. And he said that when the province like Sam said that I got upset. So he's actually saying, like, on the inside, I was like, come on, like I'm hungry clearly. And he said, I felt like I was more entitled to that milk than anyone else. But

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the prophet slice on them gave me a command. So I wanted to respond to the command of the prophets like Selim. And I wondered what would remain from the milk if it was given to a sofa. But at the same time, I obey Allah and obey the messenger SallAllahu sallam. So I went to the sofa, I called on them, they all came,

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and the profit slice and um, said about him. He said, The bakery. Rasool Allah said over here, the prophets, like some said, take it, and give it to them.

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So he's taking it and he's serving the milk to all of them.

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So he said that I would give it to someone and I was hoping the prophets lie, some would say to me, now your turn, but the Prophet says, I'm saved. Now that person now that person on call the next batch, and

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so he said, and I'm thinking to myself, well, there's not gonna be anything left for me. Right? So one by one, the prophets lie Selim says, admit the next batch admit the next batch and they're all drinking from the same pitcher of milk.

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And then after all of it was done, and I was wondering, How is there still milk in this thing? The prophets like Selim says about him, said the bakery. Allah says Allah, prophets, like some said, it's just you and me.

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He literally says that to him. Look, it's just you and me now, right? So, Ebola, the Allahu anhu, says, sadaqa jasola, you've told the truth, a messenger of Allah. So the prophets, like Sam said, go ahead and drink. Now, Barrera didn't want to drink before the prophets lie. So now it's awkward, right? Like it's just me and the Prophet sign Salam, and clearly the Prophet's life, needs to drink from it as well. And so abodo says, you firstly is Allah He said, No, you drink you drink until I drink. And he said that I drink And subhanAllah I found it to be still full of milk.

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And I drank and I drank in the province license of Islam drink more so as I drink and I drink in the province, I'm such a slob, and I drink more he said, until I got so full of the milk that I couldn't drink anymore. So I told the prophet Sallallahu wasallam Yara sola, I don't have any more space for it.

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So the profit slice that I'm set, in that case ended over to me and the prophets like some took from it. And he praised Allah. Hamid Allah. He praised the loss of Hannah to Allah, and he said Bismillah and the prophets like some drink from the milk himself, sal Allahu Allah.

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He was tell them at the end of Ebola Radi Allahu Anhu. And all the sufferer drinking from this milk. The amount of lessons from this, it's incredible repack by Buhari and many other chapters handla You could literally spend an entire halacha just with the lessons of the Adapt of the mannerisms by which you treat the poor from this hadith. But I think the point suffices that this is the life of Ebola. With the prophets lie Selim. However, there is another lie. It's not the one that that's famously quoted. He said, Ebola or the law and was lucky to Amara or to get louder and who were the curricula who led the can I mean, Emery is that I saw Omar sometime after that. I told him what

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happened. I was like, you know, I saw you outside the masjid. And I was hoping you notice I was hungry, but you didn't notice. So the prophets lie, some came? And he said that Allah azza wa jal will someone who had more right than you will take notice of me. And would would know better than you in that situation. And our model the law, and he was so upset with himself, because that's when we talk about the law. And he said, Well, law here ABA, Hurayrah. Hakuna at how to get a handbook. eladia mean and yeah, coronelli Mifflin from Grinnell, he said that I swear a boyhood IRA, that if I would have noticed, and given you something to eat that day, it would have been better to me than a

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valley of red camels, which was the most prized blessing that they had at the time from this world. So it's like I wish I noticed, and I wish I would could have had the budget, the reward of feeding you that day, but only the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knew it in that day. Now I want to go through some of the stories above or below the law and oftentimes the prophets I some that are extremely unique, one of them about God Allah and he says that the prophets lie Selim once in charge me or charge me with.

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Sada well says South Africa here was a catch up just to be very precise in Ramallah. Okay, so the sadaqa will filter the cattle filter as we know it. So the prophets I said, I'm gay, I will write all the alongside and whom responsibilities with Bates's man and discharging to the poor and in and of in and of itself. You know, some of my teachers they mentioned that that is from the hikma of the prophets lie some in and of itself that the prophets lie some took a poor person and put him in charge of delivering to the poor as well because he will know that I'm glad he'll know the situation of the people. So above what he was in charge of the council filter, he can recognize things he can

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properly take that you know, that responsibility and do what he has to do. So although later on the Allah Tada, and who said that when I went to Bates woodsman, so obviously they're not delivering cash, right? They're delivering grain. They're delivering, you know, raw stuff. He said, I saw a robber, a thief that was taking from it. So he said, So I caught him. And I said, Well, Allah, He, I'm going to take you to the prophets, Allah, Allah Hardy, wa salam. And the man said to him, and this is in the darkness of the night. He said, Look, I'm a poor man. And I have a large family, and I have great need. So let me go, just let me off this time, I'll put it back and I won't come back.

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So the men put the stuff back and I will read all the law and who said in the morning, I went to the profit sign someone also last night, some said, yeah, the Hurayrah naffaa acetic. What did your prisoner do last night? What are you said, How did you know I had a prisoner?

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Right?

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So he was surprised that the prophets lie, some knew what happens. So he said, you have this little love. The men complained about being needy and having a large family. So I felt sorry for him and I let them go. So the prophets like Saddam said, he likes you and he's going to do it again.

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So Pareto the, Allahu anhu, said, I knew he was going to come back because the prophets like Selim said that, so I stayed up at night, and I watched and waited for the man to come back. He said, The man came back and he wants again, start to steal. So I caught him again. I said, this time, I'm definitely taking you to the prophets lie, Selim. You fooled me once, but I won't let it happen again, and the man story to back me and he said, Look, I won't come back. And he started to cry. And he said, I've got a large family. Let me go. And so he said, I felt sorry for him again, I let him go. So the prophets lie. Some saw me in the morning said, What did you prisoner do? So I said, the

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eldest would Allah He complained. And he looked like he was a lot of pain. He was in great need, I mean, who has more empathy than the prophets myself, right? So this is what I was thinking, this is just a situation of empathy. So he said, I let him go yellow suit Allah. Prophets lie. Some said, he's lying to you. And he's going to come back again. What I don't know the law and who says, a third night, I waited, I watched and the man once again came to steal. So he said, You know, I caught him and I thought, I'm taking you to the prophets lifetime and this time, I don't want to hear anything about your family. I don't want to hear anything about how poor you are. I'm taking

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you to the sort of the man said to him, forgive me, I won't come back. He said, I'll teach you some words that Allah will benefit you by and that will protect you.

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So I said what are they? So he said, When you go to sleep recite Hola, hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Yo until the end of the verse. And if you do so, if you're OSI, it's really cool to see Allah will appoint a guard for you. That will stay with you and no shape on

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We'll come to you until the morning.

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So all right, all the law animals kind of spooked by this incident, right? Like, this is a strange incident that happens.

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So he said, I let them go again.

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And the prophets like some said to him, in the morning, I thought, I'll ask you like, what did your prisoner do? So I said yellow sort of Allah, I caught him. And then he said to me, Look, I'll never come back if you recite these words.

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So the province lights and I'm said, what were the words? So I recited I had some courtesy, and the prophets lie. Some said the famous words sada Hua Hua katsu. He told the truth, but he's still a liar. He told the truth, but he's still a liar. Yeah, but hold on. Do you know who that was? He said, No, who was

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a shape on?

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Okay, a shape on. It's an authentic hadith. It's one of the great lessons that you can learn something from anybody at some point. As the scholars mentioned, Subhan Allah even the shape on could tell the truth. Sometimes when I say a broken clock is right, twice a day. Even the shape on was capable at that moment of telling the truth will occur though, but he is a liar. And this is one of those unique instance that happened with Abu Huraira about the Allahu Taala and now the question becomes and I kind of have to go through this a little bit quickly because of time.

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How does he know so much when the prophets lie some how many a hadith and what was that process like of gaining knowledge from the Prophet slicin Um, and I want you to actually think of yourself if you walked into Medina 20 years after the death of the prophets like Selim, and he walked into Meza nubbly, the largest halacha in the measures of the prophets lie some was the Halacha arbery Radi Allahu taala, and who by consensus, there were more people in his halacha than anyone else. This is in the time of the companions. And the tambourine as we'll see, he lived long after the prophets lie some of the largest Hulk and the muscles of the Prophet slice. So what was that process like? And

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the first people to question the integrity of Abu Hurayrah were the people of fitna that killed her is normal, the Allah Tada and the beginnings of the colliders the extremists of this.

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Why? Because Abu Hurayrah sided with the Companions against them, obviously. So they wanted to throw insults and make claims about him. And they were the first people to question his integrity. How does he memorize so many ideas? How does he get so much from the Prophets lie some in four years, where there were companions that stayed with the Prophets lie some for much longer, and they didn't narrate as much as him? So first and foremost, the way he shouted the prophets lie Selim. Well, they have no capital the Allahu taala. And who says that Abba, Geraldo, the Allahu taala. And who would shadow the prophets lie sometime when none of us would? And he said, and he would ask him everything

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lie as a guru, and no one else would ask the prophets lies above the law and would ask the prophets lie some. So he would ask the prophets lie some questions, and he shadowed him all the way. And in one narration, he said to the prophets lie some Yato sort Allah min sai do Nursey be Shiva Attica, O Messenger of Allah, Who will be the happiest person with your intercession. May Allah grant us the intercession of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he responded, the prophets lie some said, Look, I've gone on to Yabba Herrera lyase aronia and handle Hadith he had done well I think that I knew all Barrera. No one was going to ask you about this before you are other than you in

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this regard. Lima are ancient and Hilsa al Hadith because of what I've seen of you of your enthusiasm to learn from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and the prophets like some said in the nursing, be Schaeffer it Yeoman Piano Man call Allah ilaha illallah Hadees Ananda enough. See, the prophets like some said, the happiest person on the Day of Judgment is the person who said La Ilaha illa Allah sincerely from their heart, that person is going to be so happy with my intercession. On that day may Allah azza wa jal grant us the intercession of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet slice and I'm said in one narration

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in Hakim, which has some slight weakness to him, but he said Abu Hurayrah we operate as a vessel of knowledge and an authentic narration. about whatever the Allahu Anhu says Kadhim to Allah, He will suit Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam behavour I came to the prophets like Selim, from the time of labor, will enter Yama, even kudzu to Allah 13 And at that point, I had reached 30 years so I was about 30 years old. Welcome to my home. Hector Tulcea sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I stayed with him until he passed away due to Mara who feeble utilizzati he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I would go with him even to the homes of his wife Sal, Allahu Allahu wa Salam wa Domo, and I would serve him

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some Allahu alayhi wa sallam well Zoo, and I would and I would fight alongside him so why someone I go out with him and Hajj Well, suddenly hohoho and I go pray with the Prophets lie Selim. For according to Allah, He Atlanta nursing B Hadith he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and so I was the most knowledgeable of people in regards to this hadith for that reason, because of his shadowing the prophets like Selim. And that's why you find

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find that those who narrate from him in this regard, he said even Omar Earthman, Ali palha and Zubayr. Some are actual MOBA Serene 10 promised paradise they narrate from above the radar because of how close he was to the Prophet slice Allah and Todd have not obeyed the law or the law and who is with the Prophets lie some early on in Mecca. He said that I should go I have no doubt in anything Abu Huraira narrates he said because he heard from the Prophets lie somewhat none of us heard, because we would come to the prophets lie some at the beginning of the day, and at the end of the day, but Abu Hurayrah never left his sight. He was he was a shadow to the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa salam, and xenophobia told the low annual he describes that moment when Ebola first entered into the messenger and he starts to attend the Halifax of the prophets like Selim and stay close to him. And he, he's telling the Targaryen he says, Listen to Abu Huraira. He said, because once three of us were in the message of the prophets I seldom waiting for the prophets lie Selim nadur Allahu Ana scudo. I mean, this is such a beautiful scene, three companions, young companions, and we were making sure we were remembering Allah azza wa jal together, and they're waiting next to the door of the prophets lie Selim. If Harada Elena Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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heterogenous Lena and and the prophets like some came out and he sat with us sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I don't hear you all making Salawat by the way, so Allah Allah Allah He was salam. So they were ready to start making your and the prophets like some solid they were in the zone. So the prophets lie some said, go ahead and continue keep making your app. So now you're making you're out and the prophets lie some are saying I mean,

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right. So they all started to make your app

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and first aid went, and then his friend went who waited till the end and look at the the intelligence of Loredo. Ebola said, so I made your app. I said, Oh Allah and grant, grant me everything that my companions asked for what and in law to answer a knowledge that would not be forgotten. And the prophets lie, some said me.

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So he said, I took their eyes as well. And I took the Darat for knowledge that would never be forgotten. And so then they said, We said to us, Allah, make the same day out for us the prophets lie some said, Saba, cumbia, Lulu Mundo see that the young dosi man beat you to it, you know, some guys have a window. So this was a window. And this is where you find that beyond just staying close to the profit slice alum, a miracle that happened with a hotel of the Allah hotel and the profit slice alum or operator or the law and who came to the Prophet sly Salaam. And he said, Yeah rasool Allah in the ESMA omenka Hadith and Kathy Iran, and South Yarra salah I hear so much from you, and

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sometimes I forget. So he's complaining to the Prophet sly, some about sometimes forgetting things. So the prophets I seldom said give me your cloak, your reader and the profit slice I'm spread it out and the profit slice and make your app. And it was as if he was pouring something in it and then the profit slice I'm told him to put it back on and he held it close to his chest and listened to it uploaded all the load data and who said, he said feminine se to shaitan Baraka who I never forgot anything after that, not even a how to not even a letter from what the prophets lie some said.

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So this is from the miracles of the prophets lie Selim. That Ebola the Allahu Anhu would remember everything you heard from the Prophets lie Selim with precision and he would narrate it and he wouldn't make a mistake. That's Pamela, one of the one of the first tests of Hadith because this was a thing like how does he know so much from the Prophets Lazar

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was about four decades later, marijuana Ben Heck and wanted to test Abu Hurayrah he was the governor of Medina. So he told him all right, well, the Allahu Taala annual sit and he said, you know, he had people sit behind the hotel behind the curtain and write down everything he suddenly said, narrate everything that you know, from the Prophets lie, some narrative, everything for the entire day, from day to night, he just kept on saying, I heard the prophets lie. Some say I heard the prophets lie. Some say I heard the prophets lie. Some say I heard the prophets lie, some say, and he had them write it down. And then he brought him back a year later. And he said, married everything that you

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heard, said, well, Allah He He narrated everything, without anything even being out of order. So it's a miracle. And that's why the mama Shafi Rahim, Allah says about Abu Hurayrah Kala, who, for the OMA to Mohammed and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam feed daddy, he brought up the MSR in one narration, he said, until the day of judgment, that he is the person who has the greatest memory from the home of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam in his time, and said, even until the day of judgment, and so what was his halacha? Like, you would pray Fajr and resident nubbly. And then after a Buddha, Abu Hurayrah, would narrate a hadith up until the hush,

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what a halacha. May Allah allow us to sit in those helicopters in general? I mean, I mean, that's so beautiful every day Feadship free bluehat And listen to Abu Hurayrah in the message of the prophets lies I'm telling you, everything you heard from the Prophets lie somewhere. And so people would gather around to hear from the Prophet slice of them are here from Abu Dhabi, Allah on hold out the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, some of the narrations have stories to them as well.

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And you can hear them you can hear the affection so

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For example, He said, It'll be a long time I will Salani Halevi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam visa, that my beloved one gave me three advices. He told me to never leave them. He said, Musa yami that Althea Yama and Felicia, to fast three days of the month. What can I what I can't say a Buddha and to pray to the archives of Doha. We're an otira, cobbler and our code and for me to pray witted before I sleep, so these three things he said the prophets ice and gave them to me as personal advice. So this is Alessia for the OMA of Muhammad's lifetime as well to fast three days of the month. And to pray to rock as of Doha, and to pray witted before you sleep. Listen to this hadith. I

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love this hadith so much Subhan Allah, that the prophets lie some was with a lot of the law and some of the companions and the prophets lice and I'm sorry, man, yeah, man yet who do Annie hula? You can imagine. Yeah, and that will be him. Oh, you i Lemo. Many I'm going to be him, who will take these words of advice from me and act in accordance with them, or teach those who will act in accordance with them. You understand the concept? Who's going to take these these words from me and act upon them or teach people who will act upon them? May Allah make us amongst them? Allama I mean, so woreda immediately said, ner rasool Allah, I'll do it on Messenger of Allah, for Allah Brd. So the

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prophets, like some tour operators hand for at the Hamsa. So the prophets like Selim taught him five things and he would each thing he said to him, he took one finger and he put it down. Look at this teacher, so when I saw them, and Marlon, so he said, he took my hand, and he gave me five advices. He said, It took him a harem, to connect with the nurse. Leave off the Haram leave off the prohibited things, you'll be the greatest of worshipers. You think worship is praying so much and Tiana? No, no, leave off what Allah has prohibited to connect but in us, world I'll be my customer, Allah hulak takanohana NUS. Be pleased with what Allah has given to you. And you'll be the richest

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of people. That's to say he's teaching him this way. Remember these five things, I'm telling you ovaherero and act upon them and teach people that will act upon them? What acts and Isla Jarick can

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be good to your neighbor, and you'll be a true believer. You want to be a believer, how do you treat your neighbor? This is a very important lesson for us today. So he put the third one down. And then he said what were heavily NASCI motto hibel Enough sick Jacqueline Muslimah This is an authentic hadith by the way, love for people what you love for yourself, you'll be a true Muslim. Love for people what you love for yourself. You'll be a true Muslim. Well, I took the back for in my Catarratto back to me too.

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And don't be excessive with your laughter because too much laughter kills the heart. It's good to be humorous, it's good to be funny. It's good to show joy. But when you laugh as if there's no concern in the world and you're never able to be serious you kill your heart so the Prophet slice and I'm told him this with five things, put his five fingers down, memorize these things and teach people that will act in accordance with them. When Hadith also here and that Imam Ahmed with Timothy what taba Ronnie, may Allah Subhana Allah make us amongst those that act upon it Allah Allah I mean, one of the stories as well. The famous Hadith where the prophet slice was with the Companions one day,

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and he took them to jump down a mountain in Mecca. That's all by itself and the prophets licenses settler calligrapher, widow and Saba calamari don't Saba karma forbidden that the loners have gone ahead. The loners have gone ahead, the loners have gone ahead. So they went with the profit sign Salam, and they asked the Prophet sai Sam, who are these people? And he said that killing Allah cathedra was bacula those who remember Allah frequently from the men and from the women. So this hadith is Narrated by Abu Hurayrah. And what's narrated from him after that, is that he would do test B 12,000 times a day. So his wit it was to say, Subhan Allah or do some form of tests be 12,000

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times a day. Now this was my religious series, but I found an interesting little tidbit as well, why the number 12,000. So some of the scholars say that the DIA you know, if you accidentally killed someone, you know, the compensation or if you accidentally hurt someone, the blood money at the time was about 12,000. So Abu Dhabi, Allahu anhu, was considering this like a ransom of himself from the fire. And he said, was said behind the Kadri than me that I do tend to be in accordance with how many sins I need to excavate for the day. As pan Allah, this is a companion of the Prophet slice, I'm looking at the fifth look at the understanding that he has in his mind and his heart about the

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Allahu taala. And he didn't just memorize a Hadith from the Prophets lie some he also was a half of the Quran, which not all of the companions were, and he was one of the most use of the companions and so his fic was also a great school of fish that people would go to him for. And what was his household like?

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So he got married when his mom passed away,

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and I don't have too much time, so I'm just gonna ask you to go watch a previous episode he married a woman by the name of bistra because one bootstrap includes one or the Allah

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Anna was the sister of a famous companion are excited because one so you can go back and watch the episode we have on Earth wedding because one will be Allah hotel I know a great companion, one of the first Muslims and a great conqueror from the companions of the prophets, Eliza. So I will read about the law and who has a story and Subhanallah in many ways, it mirrors somewhat the story of the prophets lie some will, Khadija will be alone, so I used to attend to her sheep. I was her Shepherd, she was a wealthy woman. And I was a shepherd. And then when my mom passed away, and I was ready to get married, the proposal came for me to marry her. So I married her, and above what I know would be

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heard saying after Salah sometimes he'd leave the salon he'd say, Alhamdulillah, Allah azza wa jal blessed me, who took Abu Hurayrah and blessed him with a spouse, like my spouse, and then changed my situation from this to that basically, he went from being in poverty, to automatically being in a good situation because his wife was a wealthy woman, or the Allahu taala. And so this was his wife. Now, the story continues, and it's a beautiful one. What was that household like? So they had one daughter. They had one daughter. There's not a nanny, who was a Turnberry, he says that I followed abodo The Allah Tala and one that I went to stay in his home for seven days. And he said that he was

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the most noble of hosts that I've ever seen, the most noble of hosts from the companions of the Prophet slice of them. And he said that he had a system in his house, where he his wife, and one narration his daughter, and one narration is servant, but they would divide Diem, they divide the night by three. And basically, every one of them would pray 1/3 of the night and then wake up the other and then go to sleep. So he said, it was most interesting Subhanallah thing system, he'd seen a pm in the house, so I will What I will pray 1/3 of the night, and then he'll wake up his wife, she'll pray the second third, and then she'll wake up her daughter or she'll wake up the servant.

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They'll pray the last third of the night and they'll switch it up for some nights. But imagine a household where someone is praying Cleon the entire nights?

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How beloved is that household to Allah subhana wa it's as they said, they did this for all seven nights May Allah azza wa jal be pleased with them all. And he said he used to or this is another narration from Mamoon. We may salah, he says, And when Abu Hurayrah would wake up every day, the first thing he would say is the hubba Lai Wah wah wah Rudy Allah Allah, Allah Allah Allah Now

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Subhanallah The night is gone. The day has come and the people of their own have been exposed to the fire. What either Can I see you Yeah, cool the haben ha ha la la Rudy la Alfredo. I don't know the same thing it's very interesting. And he said so no one hears about the fire illustre bIllahi min enough except that they seek refuge in Allah from the punishment. So he said sorry seek refuge in Allah from the punishment and of course this is referring to the buzzer

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the current state of the people of their own that they are exposed to the fire day and night now of his virtues or the Allah Tada and hone in on model the allowed data and who praised him he said that he's better than me will be now you had the feel he's he's more knowledgeable about that which he says from the profit slice I'm and we know even our model the law I know my love the profit slice someone who was close to him. Above radar is the one who led the genetics of the wives of the Prophet sighs I'm after they passed away. And this was a sign of his status. When have some of the alo and had passed away. Even Omar was still alive and he preferred Ebola to lead the Janaza Hafsa.

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When I installed the ALLAH and he passed away, Abu Hurayrah led the Janaza when I'm selama passed away, Abu Hurayrah led the Janaza may Allah be pleased with them also, this was a sign of his status or the Allah I knew that he was the chosen imam for the Genet as of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we mentioned his his great memory. He was someone who was a great Mujahid he used to fight in battle, he fought in the Battle of Vietnam, and he fought in the Battle of Yarmouk. He was someone who was appointed as a governor, and I'll just share two more stories and shelter, then we'll go ahead and close out. You know, I'm gonna I'm gonna hop over to the law, and

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it was tough on his governors, for integrity purposes, right. And I'm not how to particularly love for our Hodeidah, because he knew he knew so much from the Prophet's life. So when Amata would start the Salah, he would send up a writer to go check on the straightness of the lines, all right, and almost appointed him as the governor of Bahrain. Now what was on his favorite or not favorite? What was he famous for when it came to the governor's, he popped up in your city? And then he asked the people about you, and he see what's in your house, see how much money you had, and then try to measure every discrepancy. This was the justice of our model the law and you never wanted to get

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caught, you know, messing up by him. Right. So once our model the Allah and I went to Bahrain, surprised about IRA, right? He asked the people the people said great things that he's dealt with us with safety and security and goodness and justice. Everything was traced, but I will write I had a little extra money. So I'm gonna read the law and I'm suddenly Naina Kochava famous statement. Where'd you get that from? I'm gonna try to explain. He said, Listen, I was homeless for years. I

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I used to barely eat anything. So he said, it's just the frugal lifestyle that I have that ended up saving money. So he said this little bit of extra money is because I really don't do much with that money when I get it right. So I don't eat the way that normal people eat. I don't have the same clothes that normal people have. So I'm around the low tide and who said, but you may have gotten this money because the people you know, saw you in a particular way, you know, basically was was grilling him on the discrepancy. So he told him, You should donate at least half of it for the sake of Allah Ebola, the law, I know donated all of it to beta naught. And then he made you out for Amato

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the allowance out because he didn't want the trouble

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or model the law on who went home. Now Ahmed had the habit of what rotating governors why? Because he didn't want someone to stay as governor for too long in a place and then the power, the grip of power would be too much. So you take people from different places and put them in different places. Right. So eventually his term ended. And almost all the law and Hall wanted to point out the Hodeidah as a governor again. And I said no way. I don't want to be your governor again. And I'll model the law and he said why? He said, I don't want that position. He said someone who was better than you took that position use of it his salaam, he said, use it was a prophet and the son of a

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prophet. I don't want to be your governor. So I'm gonna hold the alarm who said, Why are you leaving this affair? Just to me? Why are you putting this just on my back? He said, listen, he says, Being your governor until these three things he said, a hospital and your stem were Italy. He said, I'm afraid that they're going to dishonor me. Well, yeah, clonally or they will take my money. And he said, Well, you're gonna overeat or I'll get flogged. So he said, people talk about you when you're in power, so I'm either gonna get Dishonored or my money is gonna get taken somehow, or I'm gonna get end up if someone puts out an accusation and holds, I'm gonna end up being flogged. And he said,

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What a hassle and a call, I'll be right here in an ugly, we value the help. And I'm afraid to speak without knowledge, or to judge without gentleness. So leave me alone, I'm gonna leave me out of us. So I'm gonna be alone and let them go. And he did not serve as governor under Obama, again, he served as a governor of Medina are in charge of Medina later on. And we find that in the time of Earth model, the allot of time, and he was one of those who defended his model, the Allahu Anhu. He also was known and this is important Subhanallah for his humor with the people

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about I don't know the law, and it was a funny man. And he was a humble man. And those two things went hand in hand humor and humility with him all the allow, I know, because he would joke with everyone, including the kids. So he used to play with the children of Medina. And he basically would play hide and seek with them. All right, so he touched them high. And when they would catch him, they when they would touch him, he would act like he was dead. All right, and then how do you wake them up? You read Quran on him. And then he wakes up and says La Ilaha illa Allah, then he falls back down if he gets caught, and they have to read Quran on him and wake them up. And then he says

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that Allah, Allah Allah, so he was teaching the kids to read Quran to wake them up, even in the game that he was playing with the children. And he said that about I don't know the law on when he was the meat of Medina, because he always wanted to work with his own hands and not take any privilege, he would carry the wood on his back. And sometimes just to mess with people, he'd carry longer pieces of wood. And then he'd walked through the marketplace and said, If, sorry, I'm here to make way for the for the governor. And people would laugh and they'd go all the way all the way to the sides, and you kind of poke you to the side, right and left of the law. And so he had a very

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pleasant demeanor with the people this was from his pistol and hook from his good character and from his humility, all the Allahu Tada. And as I mentioned, he's one of those who defended or snowmobile outside and who on earth man was being killed. He's one of those who withdrew from the fitna after the assassination of his mama Leila, and so he defended his mammal the Allahu Anhu. And he defended his own credibility with Hadith. But when Earth man was killed, and things became confusing, and you have Sahaba, on both sides, Abu Huraira was one of those who said, I want nothing to do with this.

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And subhanAllah as we said, from the dua of the prophets, why some everyone loves him. But he didn't take sides, he would drew himself well, the Allahu Anhu from the fitna. All together. And this is one of and this is so pertinent to our times, one of the recorded context of the story where he came to the marketplace, and he started to say to the people, everyone to the masjid me, Ross Rasulullah, the inheritance of the prophesy sums being distributed, the inheritance of the prophesy son has been distributed everyone to the masjid. So people left the marketplace, and they went to the masjid. And they found these circles of folk, the circles of Quran the circles of Hadith. And they told them all

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right, are you messing with us? And he said, No, he said, That's the inheritance of the prophets, and Subhanallah the scholar has mentioned that when fitna grows, the circles of knowledge shrink, and that's exactly what was happening. The circles of knowledge started to shrink. Less people were taking interest in Deen, more people were taking interest in drama, and above the law and who was trying to remind them and calibrate them come back to the muscles of the prophets like Selim, and sit and learn where he would sit there and he would recite the Hadith of the Prophet slice and I'm all the way from fajr until the horse he

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would pass the weight or the allowance I know about 60 years after the prophets lie Selim Subhan Allah as I said, it was kind of like these youth from the people of fitna, they poke at him, they say you narrate so much from the Prophet slice. I'm trying to implicate him and saying that he lies on behalf of the prophets like Selim. And he said, well, the Allah to Allah and hope that if I told you all that, I knew you would throw me into a ditch and kill me.

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If I told you all I heard from the prophets, I said it. And what he meant by that are the Hadith about the characteristics of the people of fitna.

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Right, which he would narrate while the Allahu taala. And when he would pass away when he was sick. Well, the Allahu Taala and when the people were still visiting him, and they were asking him multiple questions, and they were asking him questions about the fitten about the trials and tribulations about April the law and he would answer and then after some time, he looks up, and he smiles and he says, Allahumma in the hip booty

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for the decline. Oh Allah, I would love to meet you. So love to meet.

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Oh, Allah, I would love to meet you. So love to meet me. And he said it will be a long time.

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Now I totally want pottery for slaughter. Well, Toby Rooney. Vina said Look, don't make a ceremony when I pass away. Don't put stuff on my grave. Don't follow me with fire don't like these torches and don't don't make a whole scene. When I pass away. He says for either Hamill to Mooney for s3 rule for in a consignee Han tuna de la Robbie. He said if I'm a righteous person, when you're carrying me to my grave, Then be quick because if you're being quick with me, you are hastening my meeting with my lord in nice America Rasulullah sallallahu and he was sending me a code either older Abdullah saw the Hello sorry he call Accardi Mooney pandemonium or isla. Well, they are legend as

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Sue. Carla, welcome Aina Tudhope gonna be he said I heard the prophets lie. Some say that when the righteous person passes away, and they're being carried on the shoulders that they say Hurry up with me Hurry up with me. They're excited to meet Allah subhana wa Tada. I want a wicked person is has passed away. Then he says, Woe to you Woe to you. Where are you taking me to and he passed away all the time and like I said close to 60 years after after the death of the Prophet so I said I'm in so many people praised him somehow Lebanon model the Allahu Anhu on whom I sad county if other island Muslimeen Hadith and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he was the one that used to preserve the

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Hadith of the Prophet slice LM for this until today. All of the Hadith that you hear from I will hold it while the Allah I know he gets a share of the reward. One last tidbit about the Allahu Taala and hope that as I said, the students are too many their companions, their tabbing it's literally about 40 pages in a CRM and Ebola longer than most people's biographies. How many people narrated from him, one of the greatest tabs or even if not, the greatest of them was say that and we'll say you say he didn't say you remember that daughter, boyhood IRA, he married her.

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And he he was a great student of our IRA. And he by marrying her, he got an extra level of access

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of the strongest chains of Hadith and one that is present and SubhanAllah. Almost all of what you are much of what you will read is from a boyhood IRA to say he didn't and will say to the members of hurry, and then to subpoena Ben arena or other great scholars of the tambourine and others so Subhanallah it's a family affair even that this tablet he marries this righteous daughter of Abu Hurayrah may Allah be pleased with them all, and then narrates to us about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam may Allah be pleased with him. May Allah be pleased with all of the great companions and may Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with the family of the prophets lice and may

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Allah azza wa jal raised us with them. And forgive us for our shortcomings. Allah Hoonah me as I told you all this is a longer topic, but I did my best, and Charlotte's Adam will continue next week to Xochimilco Fado was said on Monday coming up until I have an account