Channel: Omar Suleiman
luminous meter administrate homogeneous nautique nano human hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen whatever one Ilana one I mean when around Cuba to didn't want to paint a lot more Salli wa sallam abiotic and articolo silica Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on any he was talking me with cillum to semen. Kathira hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. Last week we talked about herbal Ansari, in an email man, that the love of the unsolved is from Eman. And we mentioned of course that remember Heidi Rahim Allah Tada in his so he actually put this as one of the first Hadith in the book of Imam before the entire Kitab of monopoly inside of the virtues of the unsought. This is a love story between a
people and their Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, just like when we spoke about the Mahajan,
there are a few ways to cover Ceylon, right so when it comes to see it, you can either talk about the Sierra in one linear fashion, and include the stories of multiple people with the seat of the Prophet salallahu it who was sudden them while talking about it, in order of the historical events, or you can tell the story over and over and over and over again, through the eyes of a people. And now I know you know, ham did a lot of rhyming, I can hear it in some of your voices. When you talk about a savvy opponent, a widow and the first from Ohio Jeanine, you understand the distinctions of the heads rot, Abyssinia, those that made the Hitler twice those that went to Medina, those that
were the people of the Safina, the people of the ship, because you hear it over and over again. Right. So it's like you're constantly approaching the profit slice of them through a different set of eyes. So the beauty of this story is that up until Ramadan, you're going to hear about the heads up every single time in some capacity, but through a different set of eyes through a different pair of eyes and through a different experience. But the prophets lie some coming to Medina again and again and again and again. Until inshallah not only the historical facts become solidified in your memory, but they deny the longing and the experience becomes solidified in your heart. Now, there's
there are two people, and they're not the only two people but that I wish if I could have them write autobiographies,
it would be these two people. Khadija will the Allahu Tada Anna without any comparison whatsoever, right? Imagine if Khadija will the Allahu Tada Anna could author an autobiography for us.
Through her eyes, it would be incredible. So much of Islam literally rests in her lap. Right. She saw so much of it.
And in the nighttime but one day we will hear our mother tell us those evening stories in Jana bitten and Aitana will get to hear it from her mouth in the nighttime. Well, the Allahu Tada and Amina Khadija, or the Allahu taala. And this other person is either in zero or the Allahu taala. And you'll understand why in sha Allah Tala by the end of this lecture, He's not someone who has an extensive biography in the books, but he is someone whose role is foundational to the establishment of Islam, not just in Medina but in the world. Because if Islam is not established in Medina, then what does that mean for the rest of the world and for the rest of the times? And so let's talk about
this man. Assad even Zahra Radi Allahu Taala and Abouna. Assad even Jurado Is anyone in here named Assad by the way? We got our essence where the asides, no asides.
No one someone has an SRT in their Whatsapp group. All right. No, no, no, sorry. Alright. So some people that are named Assad will often get called another name by accident. What is acid? You shouldn't be too upset. Because actually as arguments urato The A lot of times I know it's narratives as arguments euro as well as acid in Zurich. Obviously, they mean two different things. But if your name is SI, then you get tired of being called ESET. Sometimes, even aside even Jurado Radi Allahu Taala and who is also narrated in the books as Asad Ibn surah. Eben rudess. His name is his Konya is a Booma Ansari from has Raj from the sub tribe and the jar and the jar the sub tribe of
husbands. I don't expect you to get all of these names down right away, but inshallah Tada. You can go back and watch the lecture and you can catch them. But he is the son of obviously his father named Zara, Zara. And Zara would die before Islam. So this is his father. His mother is a woman by the name of souad vintra affair, so ad binte author and both of them are from the tribe of venioone ajar. Now as I said Barona jar is a sub tribe of has lunch. What were the two main tribes of the unsought
house and cousin Raj? Which one was bigger? Oh sir, has lunch. Hello
significantly bigger. In fact, if you said has Raj, referring to the people of yesterday and included Oh, some husbands remember they're related. Oh says the smaller tribe, and they have a severe I doubt was severe enmity between them most of their fathers have killed each other off in the bath worse. So husband has a lot of big sub tribes. The biggest of them are one of the biggest of them is this tribe of Banu Naja. So Assad was the longtime man who is from this tribe of Benjamin ajar. He has two brothers Sarah and Massoud and two sisters and feria and Zara Reba, all of them became Muslim after him. So his mother in fact, as well as all of his siblings embraced Islam but
Subhan Allah very quiet one liner if even in in the, in the books of Sia, right, that this person was said to have been at or this person was said to have been at bedded and so on so forth, but nothing really about them. So they live very quiet lives as our little the allotted time on him being the only prominent person amongst them. As we said his father passed away before Islam. He was married to a woman by the name of Amira or omae Yura Dhindsa even ferula also from bedroom to job, so everyone's from bedroom John. Okay, everyone here is from bedroom in a job and they had three young daughters. So aside is the father of three daughters, and fattier Habiba and captcha and 30.
Habib and CAPTCHA May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with them all. So who are better than a job? And what is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his relationship to this particular tribe to understand the Sierra in a richer way, and sister filial asked me about it last week, so hamdulillah Ryan, we get to go a little bit deeper into it Inshallah, tada. What's the prophets liasons name?
Don't just say Mohammed, Mohammed ibn Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib, Eben Hashem, alright, I'm the Matata his actual name was what
shava shava even harsher. Now Shaybah even Hashem of the Muqtada being his nickname Shaybah. Even Hashem. His mother was a woman by the name of Selma bin Tamar, Selma, Binta armory, and Selma vinta. Ahmed was from this tribe of Benjamin and John. Sudden momentum was from this tribe denoting the job so that means that the profit slice alums great grandmother is from General ninjak. Okay. And in fact, when I'm the mu Club was, was born. His father immediately when his mother was was carrying him, went on a business trip to a sham, and he died in a sham in a very specific place. Does anyone know where?
Testing your history? No.
Okay. So Hashem in the Gaza dies in Gaza. What is today verza And Abdulmutallab Shaybah is born in Yathrib at the time, and in fact, he spends his childhood in Yathrib. Before it was Medina. So Abdulmutallab grew up at least the first seven or eight years of his life, in this place in this town of ye fib. And so he had a special allegiance to his mother's side to bento nutjob Okay, now, this is a relationship with the Prophets Allah Hi, son that's going to materialize in the Hijra. All right through his maternal side, so they are technically when he says the licen that they are my uncle's, my maternal uncles, this is what the profit slice is referring to about Ben, no job. So
what's a sad story? And how does he rise to prominence in this way, as well, the longtime man who was not an old man, but none of the chiefs of the unsought were right. The old people all killed each other off as our little the allotted time, however, was known for his wisdom, known for his good character. Also, some of the books say that he may have been a monotheist his entire time. He didn't really get into idol worship, that's for sure. So he was not a staunch believer in idols, whether he worshipped as a matter of ritual or not before Islam. None of that is really documented either way. So even if the books mentioned in an unsourced way that he was a monotheist. The point
is, he doesn't really have a staunch connection to the religion of his forefathers, and in fact, the ways of their forefathers, remember, people of yesterday have the opposite psychology of the people of America. They're exhausted from the ways of their forefathers. Right? So as well, the longtime man who was a person who also on behalf of his people, dealt significantly with the Jewish tribes that had settled in yesterday.
And he keeps on hearing them talking about a prophet that is to come. So he's familiar with what those Jewish tribes that have settled in Medina are waiting for. He doesn't have any
particularly strong attachment to idol worship or the idols of his time, or the pagan ways of his time. And he rises to a place of great respectability at a very young age, because of his mannerisms, mild mannerisms, good character, not hot headed, looking for peace and reconciliation. He also is strategically placed in the making of what would eventually be peace amongst the people. His cousin from his mom's side aside even more either all the time from the other tribe. So he has a maternal connection to Saddleman wound from an else. So there is the makings of a peace treaty through the prophets, Allah Azza wa sallam are really already coming into be being through this man
through the very existence of this man. Now, when does he become appointed the chief of Buena jar, about 10 years after 10 years after the prophets lie, some received revelation, so this would have been 620. The year 620. Sad, I'm sorry. So when the Allahu Taala becomes the chief of his tribe, this entails him now to officially speak on behalf of one of the largest sub tribes have husbands and by extension really become the most respectable amongst husbands period. So really a notable chief amongst Yathrib in general, right, but again, a notable chief there is not the same as a notable chief in Mecca. But look how Allah subhanaw taala sets the scene. Assad obviously now has to
represent his people on the days of Hajj and the festivals and in all of the important meetings. And you know how old he was.
By extension, so there isn't an actual birth date, but by extension of measuring him as the youngest of the people, they are to the Aqaba. He's probably about 1819 20 years old Max.
He's a young, young young man, let's take the oldest, let's say he's 20 years old, all right, 1920 years old, but he's the chief of his people respected. And this is obviously not the same as the people of Mecca. And what would happen is that often the leaders of Mecca, the elders of Mecca, were in business with some of these people and yesterday, and they would also solve some of their disputes. They were looked at as arbitrators and people have greater status, right, who could solve some of their disputes? So the first time you heard of the prophets lie, some of them was actually when he was seeking the assistance of Aruba, even Robbie
Ruta, even Robbie, who was of course, one of the staunch opponents of the prophets lie Selim and the elders of the people of Mecca. And someone who would come against the prophets lie some on the day of bed that and of course die as an opponent of the prophets of Allah he was of them. So Assad and a man by the name of Laquan, even Abdullah place,
the Kwan ibn Abdullah case, are resolving a dispute with earthborn labia NACA, and the first time he hears about the prophets lie some he hears about them in a derogatory way,
from Eartha, but he could decipher when EarthBox was talking about the prophets lie some in that derogatory way. What the prophets I saw was calling to this idea of oneness of God, this idea of an extension of the true Abrahamic way, so Subhanallah that's why sometimes Islamophobes end up exposing people to Islam by accident, right, like Bill out on the outside who heard about it from his master, you know, first, right so sometimes in their insulting the Prophet, slice alum, they ended up introducing people to the Prophet slice on them. So this is the first way that the seeds are planted for him of an interesting new way, an interesting call that resembles the call of those
Jewish tribes in Medina. Then, of course, the incident that we spoke about last week, the prophets I saw them going around on the days of Hajj, looking for an audience from all these people that are traveling to him. And he doesn't look past the six young men amongst them was Assad, Ivins Urara are the Allahu Taala on him. And he speaks to them about Islam. And even the way the prophets lie some addresses them he says, Are you the allies of the Jews from Medina? And they say yes, and the prophets lie some so sit, let me talk to you a bit. And their response was what let us proceed them in embracing this profit. Let's hasten and embrace this profit. We knew a profit was coming. Let's
hasten and embracing this profits. And of the six you know, there's always got to be one person that takes the lead, right? You know, six people could be feeling good about themselves and about the situation, but you're naturally going to
Look towards your leader, Assad little the Allahu Taala is that leader.
Assad is the one that verbalizes what everyone is feeling.
Assad is the one that is trusted amongst them, even though he's the youngest one. They're all kind of looking at him to see how he's receiving this message from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And as I grow the Altana, imagine Subhana Allah, the One who guides to good dad or unhide Caffarelli he is like the one who does ESET is the first one. To extend his belief to the prophets, I send them and to extend his allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he said six people, these six young men start this motion. Right? And then they bring how many people to take a pledge with the Prophet slice on the first day on
12 I want you to remember this. So six becomes 12. In total, these 12 Take their pledge with the Prophets lie some they say send with us someone to teach us Islam. Okay? The prophets like some sense. Mossad. Very good, well, the Allahu taala. To El Medina, they come back and they are in the second layer. This is when they're the group of 70. Taking the second day of an alphabet with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And the heartbeat of the unsought of that day the spokesperson is none other than this man. In fact, when you read the narrations of SIOP a lot of times you hear, you know, someone standing up and someone addressing them, the one that is telling them, if you read the
long narration of job, it'll be a long time and I'm listening. I'm the one who is standing up and addressing them and saying to them, Look, hello, Janos. You understand that by taking in this man, Salalah Harney, who was some of them, all of your ties with the Arabs in Mecca, and with all of the external forces are now severed, they're all going to come after you, you're going to lose everything, everything of this world and basically saying to them, he actually verbalize it. If you're going to walk away, walk away, now it's better with Allah subhanaw taala. Don't take this pledge on and then abandon forsake your profit. You're going to do this do it now what are we
getting returned and agenda paradise
is the first one to extend his hand to the profit slice and again to reaffirm that they are and the people follow us and all the Allahu Taala and who now Subhanallah think about,
just think about how much is resting on the shoulders of this 19 year old.
It really is a remarkable thought. And you wonder why a docile the Alon was like, I'm not so sure about this. I'm not so sure I can hand you over to these people out of LA SallAllahu wasallam. But with such confidence, with such love, expressing the best sentiments of the ensemble. And on that day, the prophets lie Selim out of the 70 he divided them into groups and he appointed 12 Nappytabs 12 nokhada 12 leaders now. So they're now a portion into 1212 groups. Okay. Assad is assigned as Deena team have been on a judge, as a leader have been on a job. So again, it was six men than it was 12. And now it is 70. But of course they brought they're coming back from a place, you know, in
Medina now where they've established Islam, in the hearts of many people. What is happening in between the two, if you go back and watch the lecture of Osama bin Laden, the longtime man who sounded the alarm and who is the one who hosts Muslim who was about 21 years old,
in yesterday, right in his home and sets the scene for him he tells him That's the man you have to talk to us a little bit later we got to go convince him brings the different leaders of Medina calms them down so that Mossad or the Altano can do his Dallas so Mossad in this way, represents the spirit of them Ohio, Janine Assad is the representative of the unsought introducing him to the leaders, getting him to the homes that he needs to go to setting up the places for him to give his Dallas panela. Imagine how much Baraka was following those two men. Imagine how many angels were following those two men going around the city and setting the stage until they brought Islam to all
of the homes, some accepted the most, most of them accepted and some rejected and stayed on their own ways, but they taught Islam to all of these different people. Now there's something else here. As far as I know, the Allahu Anhu being the chief of his people was the first one to break idols. I mean, when I say the ultimate first amongst the unsought it's going to be first after first after first after first after first with this man, okay. You got to understand there's no hesitation. Okay, well, what do we do now? The idols are still in around the karma, right? No one has broken in the idols yet that's not going to come until Hatanaka. Assad is the first one to go back to his
people and to officially break the idols.
After which the other leaders of the tribes felt comfortable if anyone is going to be killed if anyone's going to face severe repercussions is going to be him right? He doesn't
such that trends and so they feel a comfort you know what let's do it. We're not going to get struck by lightning horrible things are not going to happen to us. They do away with their idols because of us our little the allow to anvil. Now here is the most stunning and one of the most beautiful parts of this was Juma yet legislated, was the prophets I'm praying Juma and Mecca, know the prophets I was trying to survive in Mecca.
Assad, although the Allahu Taala
takes the day of Friday, the day of Juma
the Jewish tribes would worship on the day of Saturday and of course the Christians had the day of Sunday. So between the Sabbath and Sunday as our little deal of time on who is the first person on the day of Friday, to gather the people every single week to remember Allah subhanho wa Taala
and then to pray to Docker eyes together and congregation behind Mousavian or metal the Allahu Tadano. So imagine Medina now and the makings of Juma that was Assad or the Allah Tala Annona by the way, slotted liver was still to recognize at the time so even before the official commandment of Juma Lahore was still to record his liver would become for for records later on. Okay, as well as also. So, here you have in fact that Russia so used to be just like when you pray customer by the way to to to and mother was three and then two, and then they were increased to four records between the harasser and Asia. So they're gathering together. They're learning from Miss Harbottle the
Allahu Anhu that's our little the Altana and Mossad leads them in their salah. I want you to think of the scene. Now imagine you're walking with an old man. All right, the old man is a man by the name of Khabib nomadic or the Allahu Taala Anton, Andhra man ImmunoCAP. He describes this, and this is so beautiful. He says that I was walking with my father, after he was way advanced in his age, and at that point, he was blind. I mean, he was very, very, very old. He'd lost his vision. I used to walk him to the salah. And he said every single time he heard the alarm for tomorrow,
what would he do? He would say, Allah Allah, really Assad. Allah forgive us. What? Allah,
Allah forgive us that Allah have mercy on Assad. Oh, Allah be pleased with Assad. Now the young man has no idea what's going on. You know, it's kind of like when you walk into a community. Right? And this is true for us even here. You might not know the history, look how quick we forget our elders sometimes when they're even amongst this, right and their contributions and the legacy and what was laid down and all of that you walk into a masjid that's just maybe 3040 years old, right? And that's going to become true with every generation. And you got the old person that remembers when it wasn't yet a masjid or when they used to pray in a parking lot somewhere in a strip mall somewhere and then
it became a messenger then they organically remember these people, these pioneers, and they start to seek forgiveness. They start to mention them in higher dimension them in good. The amount of academies he doesn't know what's going on here. Why I said I he's never met him before. Who is Assad and why are you seeking forgiveness for him? So yeah, Terada Yet Allah and we,
we started just making sure every single Juma so he said one time I asked him I said, Oh my father, why is it that you keep on making your ad for us admins, Murata every time you hear the call for drama. Now at this point, Medina is an established place, right? There's 1000s of people coming to slaughter every week and the message of the prophets lie Selim.
And he said, Yeah, buena, yeah. Oh, William and Gemma Amina for young women Juma? Oh, my son, the first person to gather us on the Day of Jamal was Assad. divans was
the first person to lead us in Juma was outside the minzu Rada and this was before you had done.
I mean, I want you to think about this before the Sudan was instituted.
Assad Radi Allahu Allah and who gathered the people on the day of Friday and in this open land, and they would listen to a hotma they would listen to a sermon either from Mossad or from him, and then they would pray behind Musab bin or mail the Allahu tat and when Muslim bro the Allahu Taala and going back to Mecca, Assad or the law on who was their Imam so Assad continue to lead them in Salah and how many people were they 40 people, which is why by the way in fifth, you'll find that the chef varies. For example, say that the least number for Juma is 40 people because they they base it on this narration of these 40 people these 40 men that were gathering for Salah early on in Medina and
of course that's not the case for the rest of the muda but this is where it comes from. Okay, so as either the low tide and who leads the salah while Muhammad
The line who goes back to Mecca and Musab officially will approach now as a Mohajer as a migrant with the rest of the Sahaba in Makkah, the prophets lie Selim makes his his role. And from the time the prophets lie some gets to Medina Rasulillah Salam wants to reestablish that connection with his maternal uncle's Winona jock. So when the prophesy sounds gonna move from place to place he calls for his uncle's from bedroom to judge to have that connection with them. So Allah Islam so for example, you see the the Hadith diluted unsought, Mandarina job the best of the unsought or been on a job he's taught, he's praising Seisen and his own family. Right if you read that and ohada You
don't know why that comes like Is it because of something prophesy, some is praising his family, his uncles and he was connecting reconnecting with them. So Allah Hi Sam, and he did not grow up with them. So the prophesy son was making his move, he's coming to this area. And as I go, the low tide and who has set up the the entire scene for the Prophet Sly Stone to make his arrival. So who was his Maha with who was his pairing with in the house of SRN? Were None other than Paul had been Obaidullah and Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib Bodhi Allahu Allah.
What a great two people to host right.
So he hosted Paul huddle the Allahu Taala Anton. And Hamza Radi Allahu Allah and the Prophet sly Some stayed in Cuba with a man by the name of Chris Hillman and Adam, who we will talk about the law of town and who is the chief of benrahma been have also lost some weight in Cuba for about two weeks. Okay, with slight st laugh slight difference in the exact number of days but approximately two weeks the profit slice and we didn't go back. He was waiting so I sell him for the arrival of our little the Allahu Anhu and then they make their entrance into El Medina officially into the medina ideal. The Allahu Anhu was of course placed in charge of returning the Ummah not returning
the trust of the people of Mecca that were in the possession of the prophets of Allah when he was on him. So he's in Cuba sallallahu alayhi wa sallam staying with consumable Haddam dividing his time between the different tribes between the different leaders at the time. And then on that last week, he spends that time praying Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and on Friday, the prophets lie some calls for his uncle's from veteran ajar and he says let us proceed now. to Medina. Let's go to the center of the city
as Azula sai salaam, is walking with his people with his family now, the unsought are lining up the entire path from Buddha
to where the prophet sighs them is going to eventually stop. You know this last time I went to Andhra, they established mem chef Koba a walking path, you can go from literally the message of the prophets I send them
to Coba just walking, it's the straight path now. Okay, of course shopping malls and all types of stuff. But the point is, is that you know, you think about Subhanallah just the people and excitement and anticipation welcoming the profit slice on in and giving their salaam to the profit slice alum. And as the Soula Seisen is walking on that way Ben wasallam they asked the Prophet site summit he would stop and he would pray with them.
The prophets lie some of them, love the unsought and of course, as we said with on the day, every one of the reasons why he'd go on the different paths was to say salaam to all of the people and to give themselves to the unsought prophets. I seldom accepted their request, and he prayed the first salatu Juma
with them, so Rasulillah Salam led his first Juma there in bento Salem which is now known us who can guess masjid and Juma Masjid Juma so if you go to Medina, mostly the Juma comes out of the story also la slicin Um could have made his way there to Medina, but he stops there. So Allah Azza wa sallam and he prays salaam Juma with at least a few 100 people there in what is now Majid Juma and also Lhasa mounts his camera once again and he continues to go towards and Medina and of course everyone is asking the prophets lie some to stay with them. Everyone is asking where the prophets lie some is going to build his eventual masjid and Rasulillah Salam said that Allah azza wa jal will
guide the camel to its place.
Pamela, as it gets down to his Salatu was Salam. And the camel starts to go towards the place that Allah subhanaw taala has decreed it to go. It kneels down in this garden that belongs to two orphans from are under the guardianship of a man from veteran a job assignment.
Sahil and so hey,
this land this area when the camel knocked down he saw I saw them he called the two boys or two orphan boys now remember people used to exploit the orphans right? Just get out of here take some money right here's a few dates if even kick them out that's what used to happen that's why the, the emphasis in the in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet saw some extra Amalia team not to consume and exploit the wealth of an orphan. But what does the prophesy some do the prophets lie some starts to offer them a price. And they're like yeah to suit Allah. No, this is Tibetan. This is a gift we don't want anything from you how to sell love at the profit slice I'm refused to accept to take it
for free and the profit slice alum, bought it from those two orphans for a very high price, the Tofik of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada the tofi that came from Allah azza wa jal is that that very land where the masjid of the prophets I send them would be established was where a sad little the along the time and who was gathering the people on the day of Juma before the Prophet saw some arrived in Medina.
So now you know why you're walking with that old man, saying, Allah, Allah.
has, he remembers, this is what we used to do. Subhan Allah and now that message is being built their message Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this empty land becomes this beautiful messenger to which we all have such a deep attachment Subhanallah we look towards what happens at that point. And this is something that is very profound about the messenger. So alarming southern is the effect of the messenger size on the loyalty of the prophets lie some, if you did something for the prophets lie some and you lived long enough. The prophets lie some would always point you out in the gathering.
And he'd mentioned them and he and he praise you, and he'd prey upon you. And if you died and people would forget you mentioned also last lie, some would revive your mansion. So now you have this man, first person from Medina to accept this not the first person to get back to the Prophet sighs I'm from Medina, first person to to take Mossad in and set the stage in Medina a 19 or 20 year old mind you just keep on remembering that young people in here as well. Right a lot of home on the run a cabana on the Redmond as they used to say that the youngest of them in age and the most knowledgeable of them are the most advanced of them in knowledge.
This young man occupies such a place amongst them, the first person to lead them on the day of Juma and then Medina even before the Prophet size on them arrives in Medina and now that place becomes the place where the prophets lie some gathers them now, this is very exciting for him right? He prepared this entire civilization. He set the stage with Massaro the Aloha, no, of course being the greatest spokesperson Subhan Allah within the time period while they were still building the messenger of the prophets, I saw them as had little the low tide I know gets extremely sick
control of Allah subhanaw taala
they call it that and Hunka and I was I was looking at what that means, right? And you know, whether it's swollen lymph nodes, but it's something a swollen throat but something deeply painful in his throat
that was causing
Right, so he was diseased with something and at that time they did okay, they would cauterize. Okay, which is very severe. I mean, that's how swollen his throat became. So he became extremely ill. And they performed on him LK cauterization. And the masjid was not even finished yet. Before bedded or hurt. Allah subhanaw taala decreed that si below the allotted time who would not live to be a part of any of it.
He dies all the a long time in sha one in the very first year of the original one was Ramadan legislated. The second year, he didn't even live to see a Ramadan. In Medina.
He set the stage I mean, this is his this is all his work, right? That's happening here. And subhanAllah he's going to pass away. He doesn't live to see Ramadan. We don't have a single Hadith from him.
There's one questionable narration even hydro Rahim Allah said that one we can't take from him. It's not it's more subtle. We can't say it's from a little town I know because he died so early.
This man who set the stage this man who could have sat with you and told you everything about how it all happens.
And Subhan Allah, there he is dying in front of the prophets Allah Allah Allah wa salam ala Rasulillah sai some himself
washes him. The prophets lie some wraps him in three garments. The Prophet slicin preys on him, this becomes the first Janaza
first Janaza these are the low Anna Janaza was not preyed on her. She died before so lots of Janaza
the first Janaza were also la sigh some stands in front of him. Some of the scholars said There may have been one other before Allah knows best but multiple scholars say the very first janazah in Islam, certainly the first one in Medina, is also la si some leading the Sahaba in that place, as the masjid is still in development upon us, admins, Murata are the Allahu taala. And, and this is the one that really, really, really, really gives me goosebumps. My favorite place in Medina is actually a book here.
Can you imagine a book here empty?
You know, this really hit me. I was only just open gardens of mercy, that our cemetery here, and we had the first janazah I was like, I'd never been to a graveyard, where we had the first grave there.
Imagine the first Janaza, the first grave and then back here,
this massive cemetery, that we ask Allah to allow us to be buried amongst the family of the Prophet size amongst the wives of the Prophet slicin amongst the companions of the Prophet slice of them amongst the great scholars of this setup. I mean, that is the place
that the believer longs to be in
the first man that the prophets lie some carries in the Companions carry, and the prophets lie some berries all by himself.
And what would become Jenna to clear the graveyard that is full of the side chains. So you think about how full it is now, and you think about if you were living in that time, and you'd walk by, and the messenger does being developed, and you're still facing an axon,
and you look in you see that one grave that's over there on the side. And it's been surah Allah, Allah Tada. And if you remember whether it's not under the rule or the law, and some said he was the first and the correct records the correct way to reconcile the first of the Mahajan because he died. Sometime after that, definitely not in the first year, the first few months after the coming of the Prophet saw the license. He has no male children. So he has no descendants. In that sense. There's no lineage that traces back to him at all the low tide and who asked for his own orphaned daughters because he was a young man. So his three daughters were very young and fatty Habiba and capture the
prophets lie Selim himself takes in these three girls. So these three and this is the loyalty of the Prophet slicin them. These three young girls lived amongst the wives of the Prophet sighs on
another interview, and as a wise,
this is how he responds to Exxon. And the Prophet slice on himself sponsored them until they were of an age of marriage and the prophets lie some himself married these three off,
so he took responsibility for them. The final thing, and most beautiful incidents Subhanallah you find in the narrations of this man is our little the Allahu taala. And then on the job, they call the Prophet slicin forward and they're in a predicament.
You see how to Sula
we lost our leader. We don't have a nappy anymore.
So you have to appoint a successor. I mean, they don't We don't even have the mechanism yet to appoint a successor amongst us. So you have to let choose the next person amongst us.
You know what the Prophet slicin does?
He says, no, no people,
I will be your nothing.
I will represent them in a jar
panela and then on a jar like Allahu Akbar.
The profit slice, um, sits as our nakivo as our representative. Now, some of the scholars said, what a praise of us. I don't know the law, I know that there is no fitting successor to him. And the prophets lie some steps in and says, I'll be your Nucky Anunnaki sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or all the Allahu Assad even Surah May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with him. And Allah forgive him and accept from him and may Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be with him and with the Prophets lie Selim in his family in his companions in the shahada and the slaughter he has an ICA Rafiq Allah I mean, Zack Miller Hayden, and inshallah Tyler there. I will stop and take questions.