Abu Musa Al-AshAri (Ra) A Voice Like No Other – The Firsts

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AI: Summary © The Prophet sallua is a teenage man who gives instructions on praying on Islam until the prophets lie. The interviewer discusses the importance of the Prophet's teachings and the influence of his actions on society, including a woman named Al Fitton and a man named Alia who narrated the Hadith of the Prophet. The segment also touches on Alcentres and the idea that they are supposed to be a symbol of wealth.
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Alright, so now when it comes to Labor Council, or loot estimator administrators, you must remember he met him did he lie a little bit and I mean, whatever in one line I mean, what to ask people to do when we're talking about Masada was radical radical Asuka Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on early he also he was selling them to slim and cathedra. So in sha Allah Tala. Before we get started tonight, just again a quick announcement those of you that were already here, you heard it.

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Over the next three weeks in sha Allah Tada we're going to be having short biographies released of the three people that the Prophet slice on that on his way to El Medina. It is, of course the beginning of the new hits of the year. And so we'll actually talk about the biographies of those people who only show up in the capacity of the hijra, but there isn't much information about them like on that vegetable, the Aloha enhancer Robina, Malika well the lower animal and Barreda or the LA Jota animal. So over the next three weeks, those will inshallah Tata be coming out and then after that, inshallah Tada. Four weeks from today, we're going to be releasing a documentary about the

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companions that died in the plague of I'm worse, and these were, of course, some of the greatest companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam were either ninja battle the Allahu anhu, about VEDA or the Allahu Anhu and other companions who maybe you didn't know about, I actually recorded this on site in Jordan. So inshallah title will release that four weeks from now. And then the week after that, we'll get back to our full biographies bitten lucky to Allah. Now today in sha Allah Tada, we're going to be speaking about someone who is very similar to Abu Hurayrah, or the Allahu Anhu in his entrance to Islam, but who has a beautiful story and a beautiful trajectory. And I want to

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introduce him in the following way. If there was one person from the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who recited the Quran so beautifully, that everybody wants it to crowd around him constantly and listen to his recitation. It's this man. In fact, if you think about getting to Paradise, may Allah azza wa jal make us amongst the people of a Jana Lama Amin, the Companions reminisced and thought about listening to his recitation in paradise that it is Jana like paradise like to listen to this man recite the Quran meaning if you had CDs are you don't do those anymore. mp3 or whatever it is, if you could download the tracks, and you had one recite or one

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favorite Quran reciter if you ask the companions of the Prophet slice on them, who's your favorite Quran reciter almost all of them would point to this one man and there's there are many narrations to speak to that. And his name is Abu Musa Ashanti or the Allahu taala. And an imam of that. Have you Rahim Allah introduces him saw Hebrew Rasulullah sallallahu I think it was salam, Abu Musa and Asha it Itami alpha t and more crit, Abu Musa Ashari who was from Tamim, the jurist and the great reciter and his actual name is Abdullah bin pace, Abdullah bin place and his nickname similar to Ebola is what we know him by Abu Musa al Ashanti or the Allahu taala. And now why do I say he's so

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similar to Ebola and how he enters into the faith of Islam. Abu Musa was a teenager in Yemen, when he heard from the people that were coming to do trade in Yemen, about the arrival of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and as a teenager, he has the dedication and the commitment to go from Yemen to Makkah to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at about 14 or 15 years old with the with the caravan to see what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was like, Who is this man? And what is he calling to? And when he meets the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he immediately embraced Islam. So he's one of those who actually technically embraces Islam in Mecca. And the

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prophets lie Selim sends him back to his people to await further orders, and he will call His people to Islam. So this young man, unlike to fate of Anambra, dosi, who's the chief of a dose the tribe of Abu Huraira, this young man is tasked with going back to his people in Yemen, and he's in a further part of Yemen from Mecca, to call them to Islam. And these were the tribe of Ashada Yun. So he goes there, and he's actually successful. His family converts to Islam. His tribe converts to Islam, and he waits with them, and periodically receives instructions on how to pray on how to dedicate themselves to Islam until the prophets lie Selim will give them the permission and give them the

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command to move to Medina. Now, here's what happens with him while the Allahu Taala and he describes the situation. He says that about seven years after

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hitless so this is around the time of Haber. About seven years after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam migrated to Medina he and 50 of his tribe they board a ship from the southern part of Yemen and they're going to make their way up to El Medina. So they get on a boat I don't know if you want to call it a ship or a boat, you know, but they get on a boat and they decide that they're going to make their way up to El Medina and this is what he describes he says Corrado nominal Yemen fee waiver in welcome scene I mean, call me when national Salah to Aqua he said we went out as 50 and we were three brothers Anna what elbow room? What up more ammo? Where's our armor? By the way?

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Is he here? He's not here. So someone can say we mentioned him finally. Right. So a ballroom and a warhammer are the brothers of Abu Musa, literally his siblings. So he says we're three siblings. I called my brothers to Islam. They embraced Islam. And I am the youngest of the three. And we made our way out to El Medina. And in one, by the way recorded narration, his mother also comes with him. So his father was not alive. His mother comes with him. And his mother has a very interesting name. Her name is love via via Vince Wahab via Vince well, so she would actually go on to die in Medina as a Muslim and she's buried in Alba Korea as well. So it's the family and they're going out. And I

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want you to look at this map for a moment in sha Allah to Allah. This is a modern map, there was no Ethiopia back then there was no Saudi Arabia there was Yemen, but it wasn't exactly along those borders, but at least it'll give you a picture in sha Allah to Anna. So Abu Musa says we're from the southern part of Yemen, and we get on this boat and we start to make our way up to Medina. Now Medina is north of Mecca. So it's going to take you some time to pass through past agenda and then get to Medina right at the at the northern part of of what is now Saudi Arabia, okay. And he says that the weather got so bad that the winds kept on blowing us in one direction.

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Okay, so what ends up happening is, they ended up in what is now the coast of Ethiopia and Eritrea, which back then was called What does anyone remember? habita Abyssinia, right? Abyssinia, which is the first place that the Muslims fled persecution to the companions of the Prophet SAW Selim fled persecution to so basically, they find their boat steers off at the coast of Habesha. So he says that we found ourselves in the presence of an A Joshi while the Allahu Taala and who the righteous ruler of Abyssinia which is now Ethiopia, who had embraced Islam and who had given refuge to the early Muslims to the followers of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Carla were in the

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WHO Jaffa was horrible, and they had Jaffa and his companions And subhanAllah I always wondered why they took this trip to Ethiopia first and even how Java him Allah actually writes in some detail about the weather being the cause of it. And of course, Allah is the One Who Controls the Weather. So imagine the coincidence of getting out on the water and thinking you're going to Medina. And then the wind keeps on pushing you in a way and the conditions keep on pushing you in a way that you end up in Abyssinia where there's a group of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what's happening in Abyssinia is that the Sahaba and Abyssinia are also preparing to make his

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widow to Medina. They're getting ready to make their migration to Medina as well. Now in the Joshi and some of you might have forgotten this it's been a long time since we spoke about him the Joshua will be Allah on who knew that his political situation was always a little unstable. So what he did was he actually prepared some boats for Jack fettled the law and when the companions and he said if anything ever happens to me, these are yours get on the boat and go. Okay, so he already had their boats prepared for them to make their way out of Abyssinia because the only reason the Muslims were protected in a Christian kingdom was because he had secretly embraced Islam and he was protecting

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them. So John Farrell the Allah Tala Anhu when he meets Abu Musa and these people that are coming from Yemen to make their way to Medina, he says to them in Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the athanor Hoonah that the Prophet SAW Selim sent us here to stay. Well, Amara, Anna been a kamati for our chemo Marina and he told us to stay here until Allah makes a way out for us, so stay with us. So they stayed with them until they all boarded these two boats together to make their way to El Medina together. So you see now what's going to happen. We're going to Medina, and I want you to think about being on a boat.

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And the person that's going to receive you at the dock is the Prophet sallallahu. It was

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this is like the the reverse of the hijra, right where the prophets lies. I'm just coming to Medina and everyone's waiting in the trees for the prophets lie some to arrive. You have to boatloads of people, some of them like Jaffa, the cousin of the prophets lie some the family of the Prophet

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If it's lice, Allah, some of the best companions who haven't seen him for years. And you have this group of people that are super excited to meet the prophets lie some for the first time. And they're on these two boats together. And the prophets like Santa was excited about the people that were coming with a mimosa. So what did the prophets lie? Some say to the Companions? He said to the Companions in Medina, yuck Domo alaykum Rodden Pohlmann hum, Rocco colo, vanilla Islam even come? There's a group of people that are coming tomorrow, and their hearts are even softer. Their hearts are even more attached to Islam than you. They've never met me. They didn't spend all this time in

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Medina. But when they show up, you're going to see the love that these people have for faith even though they didn't have your experience. And subhanAllah Abu Musa says that as we were getting close to the coast of you know where we're going to meet the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the people on the boat started to sing HUD Anelka Hebda Mohamed Anwar hisbah, Vida Anelka Hebda Mohamed Anwar hisbah, tomorrow we will meet our beloved ones, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions. So imagine being on that boat, and the anticipation of meeting the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the people are singing vada Anelka Hebda Mohammedan were Hezbollah, which was of course, the

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famous statement of bill out of the Allahu Anhu when he was dying. Tomorrow we will meet our loved ones, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions. And he says, and so when we got to Medina, when we got down, we started to greet the companions. And in fact, the narration says that this was the first time that animal Safa had the shaking hands was legislated as a group because they're, they're introducing themselves to the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for the first time and they're meeting the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for the first time. And you can imagine the joy in Medina, they just ward it off, one of the worst attacks

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in Haber. So they've just solidified the situation in Medina. And now you have this group of companions that haven't been seen since Makkah. And you have this group of new companions that are coming from the southern tip of Yemen, to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the prophets lie. Some said they are even closer to Islam than the people that have been here the entire time. And he sees sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Jaffa or the Allahu Taala and who and he kissed Jaffa Radi Allahu Taala and who on the forehead and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said during the AU Houma and Afra, because to me, Jaffa ambivert Haber, I don't know, which is giving me more

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joy, the opening of Hiber or the coming of Jaffa? Well, the Allahu Taala and one so this is the joy that is taking place in Medina, and this is an episode in the sila. That's really, really interesting, because you suddenly have in one day, the coming of Jaffa, you have Abu Musa and his people. And guess who else showed up at that time, Abu Huraira remember about I don't know the law and who said I showed up at federal on the day of labor, and he actually remembered what the Prophet salallahu Salam recited that day insalata Fajr and one of the things that the scholars mentioned, is look at how beautiful this entire episode is, because the ship went left, right because it didn't go

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straight to Medina. These people took on the great reward of being from us hobble Hydretain the people of the two migrations. The people the two migrations, who are a higher rank than those who fled with their faith one time, the people who fled to Abyssinia and the people who fled to Medina, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to a shadowy human, that group of people like him will Hijra to model attain her Dalton, Elana Joshi wa jal eladia You have the reward of two migrations, the migration to a Najafi about the Allahu Taala and as well as the migration to me here in El Medina. So this is a mimosa Radi Allahu Taala and who in his tribe of a Saudi Yuan. Now, a mimosa

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also says that the prophets I saw them gave the people of the two ships or the two boats a share of the spoils of Hiva even though they didn't attend cleaver. And that was also a means of solidifying their intention to be with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even in his most difficult moments. And so in this mini Hijra all over again, you now have a new community, in Medina now Subhanallah this tribe will be famous. And by the way, when I say a shout out to you, and I'm not talking about another hub, alright, so in case some of you mix that up, I'm talking about a tribe literally at the time as Shadi Yun, come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and they say, can

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you read the Quran to us? Okay, can you read the Quran to us? And the Prophet slice I'm reading the Quran to them and they all start to cry.

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Now there's a later incident Subhanallah that's very much so connected to this, which isn't the time bubble Beckett or the Allahu Anhu when a group of people came from Yemen to embrace Islam, and I think it was an admirable food in the year of the delegation, or later on, but Wilbekin will the alarm on home said that they asked for the Quran to be recited to them. And when the Quran was recited to them, they started to cry right away. And I will buckle the Allah and who said the famous words how could that couldn't a couple of them Cassatt Kaluga that's how we used to be before our hearts became hard. What did he mean by that? The beauty of the person who, who hears the Quran, the

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first time being recited, who connects to it, who opens it and reads it for the very first time. We got our brother DiMarzio Masha Allah who came back and you were talking about reading the Quran, and you can't stop thinking about it. We used to be like that when our hearts were a little softer, like yours, and we pray that our hearts can also be soft and, and united as well. But that's that was the feeling Abubaker said, you know, I remember when we used to be like that. I remember when our hearts used to be soft when we used to hear the Quran for the very first time.

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And this is basically what ends up becoming the reputation of a moose as reputation as an individual. And this tribe as a whole was the Quran. And one narration when the idea was recited for Sophia Tila be home in New Haven boom, where you have Boehner that if you turn back on this mission, Allah will bring about a people that love him, and that are beloved to him. The prophets Elias and I'm said to Abu Musa Radi Allahu taala, and who home called mukhiya Musa, this is your people Oh Abu Musa. Now we know that the prophets I'm also said this to Salman and Pharisees are the Allahu italiana. Right? And so that shows you that the verse applies to multiple contexts The point is, is

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that if the people who initially have the Quran gifted to them, don't take advantage of it and they don't connect to it in a proper way, Allah can bring about a different people that will connect to it in a way that it should be connected to. And so the prophets lie Selim was praising the tribe of Abu Musa are the Allahu Taala on this regard, and hearing there's a beautiful narration as well. So now you're living in Medina and you're amongst this group of people.

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And imagine walking the streets of Medina at nights and hearing the Quran being recited from the different homes the people up at night praying for Yama, Lin and reciting the Quran and listen to what the prophets slice of them says. He says in this and authentic hadith Allah in Nila it for us swatter roof Patil Ashara Yean Bill Quran, the prophets like some said, I know the voices of the Strv in the tribe of Abba Musa with their Quran Hina yada Faloona be late. Whenever they they stand up at nights. I know their voices at night when they stand up to recite the Quran. We're early for Mina Zilla home Mina, Swati and Bill Quran even Lael I know which houses they live in. Because of

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the Quran that comes from their houses at night. We're in control. I'm out Ramona Zilla home Hina Nazarov. In the HA I don't see where they go in the daytime, even if I don't know where they actually live. And even if I never saw them enter their home in the daytime, when I walk the streets at night, I know exactly which houses belong to the tribe of Abu Musab of the Allahu Tada. And because of the way that they recite the

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imagine being that tribe, those those 50 or so people that are so distinguished that the prophets lie Selim walks around, he says that's one of them. That's one of them. That's one of them, because of the distinct way they recite the Quran at night, and in one narration, they're praised if the US and EU and go out on an expedition and they have only a little bit of food amongst them, then they take one cloth and they divide it equally amongst themselves that they had these certain attributes, these characteristics that the profit slice I'm loved about them, their charity, their love for the Quran, the way that they used to protect one another, he loved this about them sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, and he would praise them in this way. So the head of these people is this man, Abu Musa al Ashari, a lot of the Allahu Taala and a teenager when he embraced Islam. And I actually want to mention his physical appearance for a reason.

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Because you find that the Companions physical appearance when it's mentioned in certain ways, there's usually some meaning some reason why the mansion is there. Abu Musa will be alongside and who is described as the following policy, he fell just he was very short. And he was very skinny. Why is that important? He didn't have this super physical imposing presence. That's not what made him the giant that he's going to become amongst the Companions just like a bull just like Abdullah and mystery with all the Allahu Taala and did not have a giant physical imposing presence. But he's going to become that man that if he's in a gathering all of the companions turned towards him right

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And so a lot of the things that were superficial about that generation about not about

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After generation about that society before Islam, all of that's being wiped out. Right? And so when they mentioned this, that, look, he wasn't someone who was physically very big, he didn't have an imposing presence. But the man automatically commanded the entire gathering, when he walked in on all the Allahu taala. I'm here, and what was the thing that made him so distinguished that voice, his voice with the Quran, and he saw the Allahu Taala and she narrates that one time I was walking with the Prophet slice, I'm at night in the streets, and the prophets lie Selim stopped at a house and he started to listen to the Quran being recited from the house. He told that it shall have the

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Allah Allah come here and listen with me. So he says, I came and I listened with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they listened for a while. Imagine the prophets like some at your door listening to you read Quran at night,

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and his pleasure with that sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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left at night and afterwards Abu Musa was told you know the prophets I was listening to you read Quran last night, and he said to the Prophet slice, and I'm Carla, Lo, Ella Moby mechanic, they have bothered to look at Vera, the Prophet of Allah, if I would have known right, then he would have given the Prophet slice and I'm a special sitting he would have given him a special type of voice, I would have made it a lot better. And I would have made it only for you. If I would have known that you were there, listening to my voice, but the prophets lie Selim,

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instead saw something else special. There was a reason why the prophets lie. Some did not tell him that he was there, Buddha or the Allahu taala. And he has another narration. He says that one time, we went out at night and I saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and the Durban masjid, he was at the door of the masjid. And either Roger knew suddenly there was someone inside the masjid that was praying now the Prophet slice on his house was right next to the masjid. So here are the prophets like sums up the door, and he's listening to someone read the Quran and the Masjid.

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So, the prophet size someone looked at me, Carla Yeah, Buddha at at Tara who Euro II.

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Do you think he's showing off? Do you think that man's showing off? I mean, think about the scene, right? The prophets lie sometimes at the door of the masjid and he's listening to someone who's praying inside the masjid. And he's reading the Quran out loud in a beautiful voice. And he's got a flow to it. He has that beautiful title to that beautiful recitation. So it says Brady, you think he's showing off? Do you think he's doing this just because of me? And Barreda said, Allahu wa rasuluh Allah, Allah and His Messenger, know best, and the Prophet slicin I'm setting Bell who I mean on Muneeb rather he is a believer, a repentant one, one who turns to Allah subhanaw taala all

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the time. And he said Laqad or Aetherium is Marlon Meza media leader with and this was the famous statement of the Prophet slice. I'm about Abu Musa, he has been given one of the instruments of the family of David, one of the instruments of the family of David. Now I'm going to talk about that for a moment in sha Allah to Allah, and then we'll get back to the story. What does it mean when the prophets lie? Some said he has been given one of the instruments. His motto is literally a flute, right? The devil would or Islam used to play a flute.

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What does that mean?

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That would or Islam David had a beautiful voice. And Allah gave him the Psalms and he used to sing the Psalms and what is the last person to tell us about how beautiful his voice would was what used to glorify Allah with David with that with Ali salaam,

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the mountains, the birds, everything used to sing along with him in the sense of glorifying Allah subhanaw taala with the revelation that came to that wound, it has Salah and in jannah inshallah to Allah, we will hear the tests we have dealt with already his Salah, the recitation of that will that is the Law and the Prophets lies and I'm saying about Abu Musa that you have a voice, like the voices of the family of the Buddha Salam, you've been given something extremely special, but he's been given it with the Quran, not the Psalms, but with the Quran. And he would say that frequently about him, but all the Allahu Taala and who may Allah allow us to hear that voice and Jana Allahumma

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Amin, so the prophets like some said that about him, and as Abu Musa is reciting the Quran, he then starts to make there he doesn't know that the Prophet slicin was there and he starts to make your app and he says Allahumma inni Luca, be aneasha do and Nicola La Ilaha. And ahead of Summit, Allah the lamb Yellin Willa muted well Amir could know who for one ahead, so it's a very famous drought that you might have heard by the way in connotes Allahumma in a look at the n ni a shadow and Nicola la vida Illa and a huddle Summit. Allah the lamb Yelland well, um, you will it will me Hakuna, who for one I had, oh Allah I asked you, bearing witness that you are Allah. There is no god but you and

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I had the One A Samad Allah de la Meola, doula mula the sun

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of sufficient who has not forgotten nor was he begotten, and there is nothing comparable to him in the Prophet slice and I'm swore by Allah that he had asked Allah with the name that if Allah says that if a person asked Allah subhanaw taala in such a way that Allah will certainly answer that person's do. So Barreda says, Can I go tell him ya rasool Allah, about what happened and the prophets lie some said you can tell him so he said afterwards I went to him or to her and I told them what happened for God Allah to release all data, he said, and you will remain a friend forever right like this. Like the person who comes to me and gives me this type of good news that the

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prophets like some said your that was answered last night is a very special friend is a very special person to keep with you. And this was his voice while the Allahu Anhu in his position his closeness to Allah subhanho wa Taala above Earth man and the above the lower animal says Massa married to Ms. Mountain. Well, Tamara. Well, Sanjay. s&m in salty abhi Musa machete in Canada you solemnly Vina Fenner, what do Anna who Cora Al Baqarah man Hosni salty, he said that I've never heard any instrument of flute, a drum, any instrument that's ever been made in history that sounded sweeter than the voice of Abu Musa. When he used to lead us in Salah. We used to wish that he would resort

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to the Bukhara, right? Like one chef Yes, or lead you right? He doesn't need to tell him can you read sort of Bukhara, and Aisha tonight, right. But we used to wish that he would read sort of Bukhara because of how beautiful his voice was. I mean, imagine Subhan Allah, again, the party, that also have a wish that they could pray behind, and that they want to hear over and over and over again. And so the Allahu taala. And who says that one night Abu Musa was reciting, and the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went out your stomach, not near karate, here to hear the recitation of Abu Musa about the Allahu Taala animals. So this is kind of a tradition now that

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you're going to see happening throughout his entire life. Anywhere Abu Musa goes, he's that kadhi that everyone wants to listen to. Everyone wants to come around. And the scholars Say Subhan Allah, the Prophet slicin I'm particularly absolved him from what RIA from showing off because the prophets lice and I mentioned that towards the end of times, there will be plentiful reciters and it is of the things that can plague a person whose authority is real. And that's why you find entire chapters that are dedicated to it showing off and ostentatious and boasting, right, and the prophets lie some particularly says this man is not reciting for people. This man is reciting for Allah subhanaw

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taala. This man reads the Quran that way because he loves Allah because he's been given something special from Allah subhanho wa taala. And there are so many different narrations about this that we'll get to when it comes to other people as well. So Abu Musa Radi Allahu Anhu talks about some of his incidents with the Prophets lie some that are outside of the capacity, particularly when it comes to the recitation. He mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent myself and my brothers after a name with JCL plus. So they went out and this is a couple of years after they came in, they joined the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he and his brother went out and

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they fought in this particular battalion. And he says that my brother have landed luckier do RAID, even Asuma that my brother of Warhammer

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came into combat with do RAID. And he says, so the raid was killed and Allah Subhana Allah Allah has him Allah who was Hobbit Allah subhanaw taala destroyed that army, the opponents but he says that my brother about an hour and a chatty while the Allahu Taala and he was struck by an arrow. So he said that when he fell by that arrow, and I'm paraphrasing the story, when he fell by that arrow, he said, Can you remove it from me so he was on the ground and the arrow was deep inside of him, caught off it as to who so he said that I went ahead and I removed the arrow and obviously what ended up happening was that the blood was flowing too quickly. So basically says that my brother was a little

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the little town and who was dying. And listen to what he said to me. He said, You're gonna lie in toilet ala Rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for accurate money for a great home in the salam. When you go to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam give him Salaam for me. I'm not going to get to go back to the Prophet SAW Salem. So when you go to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, give him my Salam Wakulla who yesterday really and asked him to seek forgiveness for me. So when you get back to the prophets lie Selim, tell them what happened. Give him my greeting, and ask him to seek forgiveness for me. And so he says that afterwards, he passed away. And he said when I

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came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I told the prophets lie some exactly what happened for karma Ali salatu salam wa Taala the prophets lysozyme got up and he made will do some Rafa Rafa yo de Sala

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Already he was salam. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his hands and he said, hola hola familia obeyed a br O Allah forgive or obeyed A B and all the Allahu Taala and, and he said hetero e to the play he until I saw the his armpit sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the whiteness of his armpits Allah Larissa, meaning he was raising his hands to the sky making your app for his brother. And that's where he sees an opportunity. He said, an O Messenger of Allah, what about a mimosa? Like, can I get some of this deer as well? That you're making for my brother? And he says, hola hola. Jal, who about Abu Musa Allahumma Jan who young Well, Thea multifocal Kathy remin Hello.

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Oh Allah. I'm sorry. He made this drought for his brother. Oh Allah, make him on the Day of Judgment above many of your creation. And then he said about Abu Musa Allahumma. Clearly Abdullah and he pays them the who? What a thrill who young, melty Amity mud Helen Karima Oh ALLAH forgive Abdullah have no case which is Abu Musa as name all of his sins and enter him on the day of judgment or grant him on the day of judgment, a high and praiseworthy station and so you find that he's one of those companions, who had the Prophet slice and make dua for him supplicate for him by name, that Allah Subhana Allah, Allah would forgive all of his sins and that Allah Subhana Allah would elevate him on

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the day of judgment. He also narrates a story of a glad tidings that took place around what is most likely Mecca, most likely the opening of Mecca. He says that we were in jail, Alana, which is an area outside of Mecca. And he says out all the men came a Bedouin man came. And the Bedouins had this way of talking where they were just straight to the point and sometimes they didn't really understand like the, the manners that they were supposed to have with the Prophets lie Selim. So he said that the prophets lie Selim. Allah attune God now actually. Are you gonna give me what you promised me now? We became Muslim. So when does the promise happen? When does it all come true?

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So the prophets I send them told them upset,

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glad tidings and listen to what he said. Carla, terminal Bushra. Yaroslav, Allah, you've given a lot of glad tidings like, I'm ready for this to start happening. Right? So the prophets I send them turn to a mimosa and beloved, a mimosa and Bella. And he said in the hada, cuadrado Bushra, he said that this person just turned away the glad tidings. So he said come close to me. Both of you come close to me. So Abu Musa and Bilal came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Madera de cada the prophets like some called for a container, he washed his hands lie someone, he washed his face within it, and the prophets lie some of them

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mixed his saliva with it, so I sent him and he told them actually by Minho to drink from it, what Elfrida Allah will see coma, and go ahead and put some of it on your heads as well pour it on your heads and on your on your limbs as well. And so they did so and obviously the blessing that came from that was significant. We know we know this from the Prophets lie Selim, that this was one of his miracles as a prophet of Allah, that these things will be blessed through him SallAllahu wasallam and I'm salam ala the Allahu taala. And her called out and she said that the prophets lie, Selim has sufficiently blessed the two of you. So the prophets lie Selim sent some of that water to

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him selama while the Allahu Taala and him as well, so he narrates that incident, as well. And then finally, one more, which is specifically tied to the other companions, but it kind of tells you about the relationship that he's going to have with the prophets like Selim. In Medina. He says that one day Herat to read Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Wadjet, to who called Salah careful and Worley furbearer to who from Egypt to he said that I went out one day looking for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I came to know that the Prophet SAW Selim had kind of left everyone and he went to these gardens. So this was very interesting because every day if you wanted to find

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the prophets lie some you looked for him in the masjid. Couldn't find them in the masjid you look for him in the buck here in the graveyard. You looked for him in the marketplace, and no one could find the prophets Allah Allah or you summon Abu Musa says, I'm going around, I'm looking for the Prophet sly Salaam. And he said I found the prophets lie some in his garden. And he was sitting in a well known as at ease the well of Eddie's so this is a famous story and you can actually go to the location a bit at Easton, Medina today. And listen, listen to the scene. He said that I saw the prophets lie. So I'm sitting alone in this well, and he had his, his Chawan lifted up sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam to where his legs were exposed and he was dangling his feet in the wild sallallahu alayhi wa salam sitting all by himself. Now Musa knows like I just got really, really lucky finding the prophets lie Selim. You know, in this particular situation

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So he says, I told myself, I'm going to be the one to guard the Prophet slice them today. I'm going to appoint myself as his guard today. So I stood in front of the garden. And I said to myself that I'm going to be the one that protects the prophets lie some today I'm gonna let him have his time, let him have his peace of mind his Likud prophets. lysozyme is sitting alone in this garden, doesn't want to be bothered today. So he said, So I stood there, and who comes first? I will work here. So you might have heard the story but not through the lens of Abu Musa.

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And Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu finds the prophets lie Selim and Abu Musa says hold on, let me go ask him. So I go to the prophets lie some because I appointed myself as his guard right now, right? And I said that Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu is here, the prophet slice and I'm said give him permission and give them the glad tidings of paradise as well. So Musa goes and he tells Abubaker to go ahead and come in, and you have the glide tongues of Jana and he praises Allah for that glad tidings of paradise. And he goes and he sits right next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he lifts up his pants and he starts to dangle his legs in the well. Also Pamela how much we would have loved to

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be in that particular gathering right in that particular city. So Musa says, I came back out and I stood there. And who comes next? Of course, I'm gonna hop out of the lawn. It's only natural, and I'll model the lawn who asks me about Musa permission to come in and sit. So I go to the prophets lie Selim and I tell the prophets lie Selim what happened. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, go ahead and give him permission and give him the glad tidings of Jana. May Allah give you the glad tidings agenda sounds like

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it's okay.

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Allah give you the glad tidings agenda. You want to sit here I'm here because it right here. So Michael,

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what's your name?

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Uses everyone say May Allah grant use of Jana and his parents Hola. Hola, me. So the prophets lie Selim says, let him in and give him the glad tidings of Jana Silva Musa, here's what he says next. He says at that point, I said to myself, I hope the next guy that comes as my brother,

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because he knows what's happening, the province lies I was giving people a glide times of gender. So whoever is blessed enough to find this place, is going to get the glad tidings of gender and the province lies I'm sitting in this well, and he's got Abu Bakr and Omar next to him and they're dangling their feet in the well. And the third person that comes as who this man will be a longtime man.

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It's so natural and bless it. So I come to the profit slice. I'm gonna say it's not even a fan. He's asking permission, the profit slice and I'm says, give him the glad tidings of Jana but Allah Belvoir to sleep with the tragedy that's going to happen to him. It's not going to be easy for him.

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Right? He's going to be assassinated, something bad's gonna happen to him.

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And so almost comes back and it gives her family a lot of talent and hope that Glad Tidings but also that it would be after a difficulty a tragedy that you would have to endure an earth mammal the Allahu Anhu praises Allah subhanaw taala and expresses affirms his patients, and he comes and he sits across from the Prophet slice Salem and Abu Bakr and Omar, and of course a sorry, who Bay who narrates us from Abu Musa. He says that Subhanallah this was the way that they're buried. Like the prophets like sounds very next Abu Bakr and Omar Richman was not allowed to be buried next to them. And so Earth man isn't clear, but he's directly facing them, even though he's not next to them,

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although the Allahu Taala and so Abu Musa was that person. We used to go out in search of the prophets lie some and who was able to witness this beautiful situation that took place and to give the prophets to give a bucket on Earth man, those Glad tidings we also find in multiple narrations, the praise of a mimosa is modesty and his charity. Now his higher his modesty is something that the that the Sahaba used to praise. They said that he used to wear extra clothes that he used to be very careful in terms of exposing himself, Maha Phaeton and to Kashif out of fear that his outra would be exposed all the allowance on animal and that this was something that was praiseworthy that he was a

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very modest man, a very humble man. He used to wear some of the most humble of clothes, the most coarse of clothes, and of course, those that were closest to the prophets of Allah Salam, they embraced a life of poverty because the prophets lie someone lived the life of poverty. So if you want it to be around the prophets, like some of them all the time, you likely we're going to live in his most difficult conditions as well. And that's one of the things that a mimosa says, he says Laura Aten, our national nephrology Macrina VENA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is also a witness and he said, If you were with us, he's telling his son, if you would have seen us that day that we were

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walking I in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it started to rain on us. And because of the condition of their clothes, the wool that they were wearing, he says that the smell of that wool started to come out. And that was a description of the hardship that they

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lives in being around the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who chose not to live like a king, but who chose instead to live a life of poverty. He's also the one that narrates so by the way, if you read in a hadith of the love no peace, it's a mimosa and sometimes he's referred to as Abdullah no peace. He's also the one that narrates a hadith that we benefit from tremendously today, where the prophets lie son said yeah, I'm dilla nuclease

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Allah De Luca, Allah Kenema 10 Min collosal Jana. Oh Abdullah have no case shall I tell you about one of the treasures of the treasures of paradise? What is the vicar that is a treasure of the treasures of paradise. That Hello Hola, Quwata illa biLlah there is no power, no capability except that which is with Allah subhanaw taala. And so we get it from Abu Musa Radi Allahu taala. And as he narrates this from the Prophet sallallahu when he was in a personal way that as you embrace this life of hardship being around the Prophet sallallahu Sallam know that what the prophets lie some is promising you is far greater than anything of this world. His status amongst the Companions was that

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he was a puppy. Are you looking for your dad? He's not in trouble, by the way. Is your dad here? Mom?

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Where's your mom? I promise you're not in trouble. I'm just worried about it. There's your mom's that's your mom. Okay. Yusef was found by his mom and hamdulillah matches the name. And don't worry about it. He got a lot of deer and hamdulillah from everybody. So may Allah bless him in sha Allah time bless you as well.

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So his status amongst the Companions is he's a half of and remember, it wasn't that common or as common as we think for someone to memorize the entirety of the Quran as it's coming down to the prophets lie Selim. He was one of those who read to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he was considered aapko al Basrah. When he moves to Basra and Iraq, he's considered the greatest reciter amongst them. And he was also considered a jurist. He was considered a *ing a jurist and a judge. And it is rare to find those things combined in one person, right and Subhan. Allah when you think about the great names that are mentioned,

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perhaps his name is not always mentioned in the rank of those a lot of those judges of those jurists in the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and one narration about victory says that we asked I read all the Allah Hutan annual about the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So ideal the Allahu Anhu said and add him to a loony, which ones of them are you asking me about? So first they said even this route, so he said the only man Quran was sunnah. So he knew the Quran and he knew the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were Kapha be here in like the knowledge that he had was absolutely incredible. There was not many there were not many people

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that reached the rank of Abdullah and Mr. Little the Allahu taala. And and so they then went on, and they said, What about Abu Musa? So he mentioned that Soviet filler enemy similar?

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That it's like a person somehow that was completely immersed in knowledge. And this is something that's obviously very beautiful about him and they went on to ask him about some of the other companions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam there other narrations of us with the money as eat. He said Lim Ara Bill Kufa to Ireland I mean Ali will be Musa did not find anyone in Kufa and Iraq that was more knowledgeable than it and then Abu Musa Masaru Claudia Allah Tada and who says Colonel Kula officer Huberty. Or he says that there were there were six amongst the companions that were considered from the lot from the judges father Omar or Lee webner Massoud will obey was eight will

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be Musa so again, Omar Ali ibn Massoud, obey of in cab Zaidan sabots and Abu Musa and Ashley are the Allahu Taala and Hong Kong. And so fundamental Salim says lumea ko nifty filmers Judaism and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where you will have una or Omar wali one more and what will be what I mean Musa he says that no one used to get fatwa in the message of the prophets lie some during his time like these four people are Omar an ally and more either bingeable and Abu Musa al Ashari are the Allahu taala. And so he's considered one of the Mufti is one of the jurists of the companions, as well. Now the other things that we take from him at all the Allahu Taala and who is

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the Sunnah of technique, the Sunnah of having the profit side Salam

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basically rub the date on top of the mouth and then give it to the child and the mama no Rahim Allah. I'm sorry, not Muslim Rahim. Allah puts this under the chapter Bob is Bob technique Elodie. And with that he he will humbly he either slyly

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that the recommendation or the blessing of having the technique done of a child by someone who is righteous

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Who would do the technique and the the recommendation to name your children after the prophets of Allah after Abdullah or Ibrahim and other names of the prophets. Why? Because a mimosa says that a child was born to me. And I brought him to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was born to me, and he gave him the name of what?

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Not Musa. Actually Ibrahim. So his first child was actually Ibrahim you know, sometimes a child is given a name when they're younger, or someone takes on a name because they expect that they're going to name their oldest son and it kind of sticks that way that the prophets lie some actually named his first son, Ibrahim, and the prophets lie Selim took a date and he did technique with it SallAllahu sallam, he rubbed it on his mouth, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the upper palate and he did so with the child as well. So I will Musa is the one who encounters this with his child, Ibrahim, and he would go on to have children Ibrahim Musa, the child that would narrate from him

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most was a child named Abby Buddha. And Abu Bakr Ibn Abu Musa. So these were his four sons, may Allah Subhana Allah be pleased with them all would all go on to become narrators from Abu Musa luxury, or the Allahu Taala Anna. Now he narrates a lot of Hadith. A lot of them have to do with the Quran.

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And if you're a half of you can relate to these Hadith in particular, the prophets like some says to Adam Quran, ta the Quran is means that you keep on refreshing your covenant with the Quran is not something you just read every once in a while. I had the Quran and he said, sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, for well enough cvrd That I swear by the one and whose hand is my soul, that the Quran escapes a person the way that camels escape the flock. If you don't tie your camel, it will run away. If you don't tie the Quran, it's going to get away from you. And so he's saying to the Quran, and Abu Musa is the one who narrates this from the prophets like some this very famous example to

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constantly renew your covenant with it and the greatest way to renew your covenant with us to recite it in your fiamme to recite it at night. He also narrates the Hadith where the prophets lie, some says method Allah the ethical raga. Well let the law of Kuru methyl Hagee will make it that the example of the one who remembers Allah and the one who does not remember Allah is like the example of the one who is alive and the example of one who is dead. So he narrates this set of a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now the prophets lie Selim sent him away from Medina, before he passes away. Now, I want you to think about this. And this is something that from a

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historical perspective shows you a little bit of the strategy and the wisdom of the Prophet sallallahu. And he was

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the best person to go back to a people as someone that came from them in the first place, right to go back to a people and to call them to Islam. And Abu Musab of the Allah and when it's a lengthy narration, he says that a group of sad un came to the Prophet site, and they were asking the prophets like some for positions. Obviously, they're not doing it from place of insincerity. They're asking the prophets license to appoint them in different places. And he said that it says if I'm looking at the profit slice, I'm right now and he was brushing his teeth with the sea wax sallallahu alayhi wa salam, as he was listening to them, and then the prophets like Selim, he stopped using the

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Seawalk. And he said, that we do not appoint those who asked for it. But he says yeah, about Musa as for you, oh, Abu Musa il Yemen. I'm sending you back to Yemen. I'm sending you back to Yemen.

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So Abu Musa had accepted Islam as a teenager in Mecca, gone back to Yemen. Now he came to Medina, he lived with the Prophets lie Selim, he had been one of his greatest companions, and now the prophets lysozyme is sending him back to Al Yemen. Now who else did the prophets lie some famously sent to Yemen. In fact, the most famous departure more than double? Well, the Allahu Anhu. If you read the chapter of Buhari, you'll see the chapter of sending more than Abu Musa so they were actually both sent to Yemen. And this was common for the prophets lie some to send two companions to a place. And we'll see that when the prophets lie some sent the companions to rather than our model, the Allahu

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anhu, for example, sent the army to Persia, that it was sad that Abby Well, cos and then Sandman and Pharisee, who's from the people write a Persian like them. So the prophets lie some sent more either than Java or the Allahu Anhu. And he's certainly the one who's in charge. And he sent as well a bill Musa luxury or the Allahu Taala and who was from the people who understands their culture. And in fact, in the narration of Abu Musa Abu Musa is asking the prophets like some about the different things that the people of Yemen do. So he's explaining to the prophets like Selim, a particular type of drink that the people drink over there, and the Prophet slice, I'm saying, this is coming. This

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is an intoxicant, and he's explained to the prophets like some some of the games that they play in the prophets like

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Islam is likening this to gambling, right? So he's asking the prophets lie some very specific things now, because the Sharia is solidified about how the people of Yemen are supposed to live their lives, not how they're supposed to interact with this. And the prophets lie. Some gave advice to more Earth that we know which is a long conversation. And one of the most emotional conversations that we find in the Sierra as he's sending them off to Yemen. And then he gives advice to Abu Musa. Now some of the things that he says to Murad, he says tomorrow than Abu Musa together. So for example, more of a Musa narrates that the prophets lie Selim said, Yes, Sierra Wella to Sierra

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Wabash Shira Wella tuna Fira, right. So give people glad tidings. Don't run them away. be lenient with the people, be easy with the people be gentle with the people. Don't be harsh on them, right. So giving him a methodology of how he is supposed to treat the people of Yemen. And then you have some of the specifics to how the people of Yemen should now interact with the legislation because the first time a mimosa came to a small tribe, he was just coming to them with La ilaha illAllah. Now we're going to all of Yemen and we're coming with an entire religion, right? This is a complete way of life at this point, that has rules and regulations and disciplines that the people have to

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get accustomed to. But now it gets really beautiful. Abu Musa continues the narration and Abu Musa and more at some point are traveling together. And Abu Musa was famous for reciting the Quran throughout the journey. The man never stops reading Quran.

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He reads Quran when he's writing. He reads Quran when he's standing. He's constantly doing Raja is constantly reviewing and reciting the Quran and the beautiful voice. So moreover the Allah Tala and who says K for teclado, Quran, Oba Musa, how is it that you read the Quran? what's your what's your regimen like? So he said, gah, Iman welkom he doesn't want to hear it, he was Rahila t that I read it standing, I read it sitting, I read it, even when I am writing, he says that sometimes I read it in piecemeal, and sometimes I read it all together, but I'm always reading the Quran. But this is my life. My life is the recitation of the Quran, right? And what are the Allahu taala? And who says and

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that Anna? And so it's interesting when you have these famous statements, and you get the context, he said, Emma Anna, for anomala ACOEM. For Attersee. Will now Mati can act Acebo komati. More answers as for me, said, Look, I don't read it as much. I read, but I also go to sleep at night.

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I take breaks, but I seek the reward from Allah of my sleeping, just as I seek the reward from Allah, of my standing up in prayer, meaning it's all part of that reward that we seek because it's all for the sake of Allah, the sleeping and the waking up. But it sort of shows you how Abu Musa was, or the allowance, our annual with the Quran when he was traveling, and in any place. Anytime you're around the man he's reciting the Quran. And in fact, you find in every city that he went to, and we're going to talk a little bit about where he would establish himself in different parts of the world. In his lifetime, every city that he went to, he basically taught everyone

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and his habit was the following. When he would go to a place he would after Salah to the her after the Lahore prayer he would ask is there anyone who wants to learn the Quran?

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And then he teaches people the Quran, usually until we're all set. And sometimes if there were people left over, he'd stay all the way until mucking about all the allotted time.

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So that's something we take from him. He wasn't just trying to sit there and recite and have people talk about how beautiful his recitation was. He would ask, Does anyone want to learn the Quran and he'd recite between the hood and Arsa teaching the people the Quran. And the one advice we have specific to her to him from the Prophet's life and listening to them is oh Abu Musa keep teaching the people the Quran when he sent to Yemen. Don't stop teaching people the Quran. So the man is a walking Quran, who recites the Quran in a way that no one has ever heard. And who teaches the people the Quran constantly which shows you the Hadith of the Prophet slice and I'm hydro comenta LML

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Khurana where Allah the best of you are those who learn the Quran and then teach it. So many people do the first part.

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Right? We're trying to produce mass Hufflepuff

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right write her father, her father, her father, her father, Let's memorize, memorize memorize. But how many people could you be teaching the Quran?

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Find a person that doesn't know how to read yet and say look, I want to dedicate some time to you and teach you how to read a little bit. Let me teach you how to read the with Tajweed. Let me teach you how to read think about the blessing of that. And if we think we're too big for that Abu Musa actually was not too big for that. This grand companion after the horses who wants to learn it. Let me teach you how

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And that's for brothers and sisters you think about sisters teaching other sisters especially people that convert to Islam brothers teaching Brother, can I teach you Quran? Do you need help learning how to read? Or if you know some of the explanations go over the explanation, the young and the old as well. And so this was his habit, all the Allahu taala. And, and of course, anyone that lived under the time of America Pablo the Allahu Anhu has a special relationship with Him. In this regard, I want to know how powerful the Allahu Tada and who every time he used to see a mimosa. He used to say to him that Kira nya Musa reminds us of a masa reminds us of mimosa. And Abu Musa Radi Allahu

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Anhu would start reading the Quran so on ricotta Radi Allahu Anhu. And Omar would sit and listen and it was as if he wasn't here anymore.

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Are you think about that relationship with a kid in a mimosa? Can you remind us or Abu Musa and imagine sitting with him and as he starts to recite the Quran, over and over and over again, he was also a great warrior about the Allahu taala. And he was instrumental in many of the battles under Amato, the Allahu anhu, with us behind, no one to star all of these places and our model the Allahu Anhu appointed him as an Emir first in Basra and then later on, he would be appointed to Al Kufa under if normal the Allahu Anhu so in a lot of pain the to Iraq's at the time and when he was in Basra when he used to stand up and pray at night and so the Allah to Allah and who says that the

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people would surround the house of a mimosa at night and they'd listen to him recite in his bmls Imagine he gets to Barcelona. And when he's in Barcelona, everyone's crowding his house at night to listen to him. recite the Quran. And when amaro the Allahu Anhu asked us or the Allahu Anhu about him call it a K for character or share it how did you leave a mimosa actually call a Tareq to who your ally Manasa Quran I left him and he's teaching people Quran just like you thought. Right? The governor is also teaching the people the Quran and bustle. And Amara, the Allahu Anhu says Anna in the whole case with an intelligent man he is like what a good man. He is. And you know, all these

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weeks we've been talking about how rough amaro the Allahu Anhu was on his governors and like how he'd rotate people around because he didn't want anyone to have too much power over the people. One of the things that are modeled the Allahu Anhu did with Abu Musa that he did with no one else that oh model the Allahu Tada and who

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said that I don't give people more than a year in one location. But he says as for a mimosa lashari, give him four years there.

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Give him four years there. So he had a specific love and a trust and he saw a wisdom and a benefit particularly to a mimosa the Allahu Anhu being in Basra for longer than the governors that he would appoint in different places. And a mimosa basically turns that place into a city of Quran or the Allahu Taala and who and his son of the Buddha says that when he left Illustra he only had 600. Durham's like he left a poor man, that post of governor of Missouri for four years and that was the fear that Ahmed had is bribery and you know, governor's becoming corrupt and immune to taking advantage of their people, so he left there with only 600 Durham's, while the Allahu Taala animal.

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Now one of the things that I'm almost out of the law and who did was that he also lived to see the fitna he lived to see Civil War breakout and trials and tribulations and he happens to be someone who narrates from the Prophet slice and many of the Hadith many of the narrations about Al Fitton about the trials and tribulations. And so he narrated from the Prophets lie Selim men shahada, Elena sila Elisa Mina, whoever points a weapon at us is not from amongst us sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he also narrates the Hadith. When the Prophet slicin was asked, Who amongst the Muslims is best and he said men Selim and Muslim Munna when the Sunni here we are the the one from whom other Muslims

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feel safe from their tongue, and from their hand. He's the one who narrates the Hadith where the prophets lie some said movement and movement Kelburn Yan, that the believers to each other or like a building, each part of that building reinforces the other he narrates the Hadith of the prophets lie some of the prophets lie some said that when any one of you goes out of their home, do not let the the the the head of the arrow be exposed in a way that it could be pointed at one another. And among several the Allahu Anhu said, Allah He we did not call it death until we saw the days that people started to intentionally fling those arrows shoot those arrows at each other. So he hated the fitna.

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He hated to see trials and tribulations. He hated to see people that were fighting against one another and so he was one of those people who would not participate in fighting against his brothers and sisters. Okay, and in fact, he is the famous arbitrator, on behalf of ideal the low tide and in the Battle of Safin. He's the one who sent to actually participate in arbitration as a mimosa Radi Allahu Anhu is someone who does not want anything to do with with having that them with having that sin on him.

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His back on the Day of Judgment. We find later on that more Alia actually begged him to take a position when things settle down. And he responded to my reality a lot of times. And he says that for INEC Meterpreter eladia fi just see me I'm going on the you have sent to me in regards to a huge affair as it concerns the OMA. And he says, For mother who the rugby either caught them too early, what will I say to my Lord, when I see when I'm sent back to him, and I have to present on behalf of this affair that's been presented that's been given to me. And he says, so I have absolutely no need for this was salam or Aleikum and peace beyond to you. So I'm not interested in being a governor.

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Again, I'm not interested in being in charge again, I'm not interested in participating in the politics of the situation again, and we also find the narration or are we able the law on who going outside of his house in Damascus and Domitian listening to his camera at night, and and enjoying the pm that he had some of the other traits from this man, I'm almost sad all the time. And who is that he was known to be a an intercessor on behalf of the poor. So if someone is poor, and someone is in debt, and you can't pay it off yourself, then advocate for them. And he narrated something from the Prophets lie some in that regard as well. So if you were poor, or if you were in need, and you went

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to him and he couldn't fulfill your need himself, then he would go to the Allahu Taala and hold himself and he would argue on your behalf. There is also a hadith where that we constantly quote, a boy Musa Radi Allahu Anhu went to visit and hasn't ignore any of the Allahu Taala and Homer when he was sick.

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And and eat all the Allahu Taala and more or it has some of the Allah Tala and who said to him that are you coming to visit because of some need? Or is it for something else said no, it's just for the sake of Allah. I'm just visiting a sick brother. So finding that time to visit someone who's sick. And that's when the narration comes that I heard the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say that no believer visits another believer, except that they are accompanied by 70,000 of the melodica 70,000 of the angels that are sending their peace and blessings upon him until the evening and Allah Subhana Allah grants that person a stream in a Jana as well. So this is a Hadith that's

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narrated and listening

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as a result of a visit that a brother is paying to another brother at the time. He's also known to fast constantly, it'll be a longtime animal. And those of you that watched angels too, there's an episode there called a mimosa and the sea and I'll paraphrase it here because of the sake of time that Abu Musab al the Allah Tala animal was once traveling on a Safina on a boat with a bunch of people. And suddenly there was a voice that cried out at sea, Ya Allah Safina oh people of the ship, stop as I will give you the news of a glad tidings from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada that he has placed upon himself. So the people looked around right and left and they heard the voice seven times. And

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finally Abu Musa are the Allahu Taala and who he said, Man and aina and who are you? Where are you from? Where are you? I can't hear you. And he said that the person then shouted out, or the voice then shouted out in Allah, Tala and NFC he in the whole mentor outwash Allah He Yeoman how Sarkar hula who Yeoman outage.

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So the voice said that Allah has made a judgment upon himself, that whoever experiences the thirst of fasting on a hot day, Allah subhanho wa Taala will nourish them on a day when people are dehydrated when people need that their thirst quenched more than any other day, which is the day of judgment. And I'm almost out of the allotted time, Andrew said ever since that day, he said I've never missed fasting even on a hot day. And he narrates the Hadith of the Prophet slice and I'm in that regard, of the virtue of fasting one day for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. As we get close to his death, I wanted to mention another narration about his droughts. One of the things that

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you find about him about the Allahu Taala Anhalt is that he used to make these beautiful drops when he would recite and my stroke Radi Allahu taala. And who says that one day we were traveling with Abu Musa

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and he stood up to break the Yama lane and then he made this beautiful giraffe. So this is one he's in his older age. And he said Allahumma and tell movement to hebbal movement. What until Haman to hibel, more Haman, one to Salah to Hebrew, salaam

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Allahumma, anthill movement, Oh Allah, you are a movement and movement. Of course in regards to Allah Subhana Allah Allah. Allah azza wa jal is the protector and you love movement, the believer what

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until more Haman to hibel, Mo Haman and you are the Guardian and you love the one who was a guardian but a guardian of what right in our situation. When a person becomes a guardian of their own faith will enter Salam, and you are peace and you love peace to head with salah. And that was one of the beautiful narrations about him, or the Allahu Taala Anhu. And when he was passing away, he actually was fainting. And he was in the lap of his wife, Omar, Abdullah, Abdullah are the Allahu Taala and him and he told her that I am free from those who would, who would well or who would shave their heads or tear their clothes. And beware of the actions that cause harm to the deceased. So he was

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telling her please, you know, she's crying, not to do too much not to will not to act in a way that the prophets like some would not be pleased with. And he passes away all the love Tada and in the lap of his wife, and he passed away at the age of 63 years old, which was the same age as the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he passed away in the month of the hedger in the year 44, an imam of the hobby Rahim Allah, He says about a mimosa. You know, commenting on his biography, he says but Canna Abu Musa Salama Awana Rob burn Ian Zahedan, Avidan. Minnemann Gemma Allah Elma will amla. Well, Jihad was salam at the solder that Abu Musab the Allahu Anhu was one who was distinguished by

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his fasting, distinguished by his prayer, distinguished by the, the way that he was he was devout and his asceticism and his you know, his ability in battle the way he used to struggle in battle and salaam to solder the way he didn't hold any ill feelings towards any other person, the purity of his heart, and he says LEM to the year, hood Inara. Well, after robbing dunya, that leadership did not change him. Nor was he ever diluted by the material things of this world, although the Allahu Taala and who and so he leaves behind a great legacy. And there are hundreds of Hadith that are narrated from this man, almost all of them have his children to some extent linked to it. And so the majority

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of the Hadith from Abu Musa are narrated by his son, a Buddha, may Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with Abu Musa and his family Allahumma Amin, sha Allah to Allah as I said, we're going to be covering over the next three weeks in sha Allah to Allah, the short biographies of those that were there with the Prophets lie some on the hijra, we ask Allah to be pleased with all of the companions of our beloved messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and to join us with them. And may Allah allow us to hear the voice of Abu Musa reciting the Quran in Jana. See, I mean,

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and the prophets lie Selim as well. I mean, I'll take maybe two questions in Charlotte and then we'll go for Salah.