Maymunah bint al-Harith (ra) A Blessed Wedding – The Firsts
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as well as seminary ministry problems in this melanoma human hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen would have wanted out of blood I mean when Kiba too much caffeine Allahumma salli wa Salam o Baraka, avocado, Sudha Mohammed and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. While early, he was so happy, he was Selim to see him and cathedra want to welcome you all back to the first we ask Allah subhanaw taala to join us with our beloved mothers and our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and for those that are not loving me tonight and shot lots of Anna, we're going to be covering the last of our mothers that we have a full lecture about Morna mental hospital the Allahu Taala Anna and actually wanted to say
subhanallah that I thought about whether or not I could do a whole lecture on hurdle the loads out or if it would have to be one of the first shorts like we did with Zainab inclusain model the Allahu Tada and how because there isn't too much information on her. But I think that the value of her story not just in who she was while the allot of time, but also in the Sierra that we learned through her story, it'll be a little tighter on her. So if you think about the last few weeks as we've covered them, we learned sila through the life of Xena conjectural, the Allahu Taala and her critical moment and the revelation of the Quran obviously throughout the shell of the Allahu Tada
Anna tons of Ceylon through have settled the Allahu anha there were very specific Sierra events that we went through. And then we went through God about the Allahu Allah and her story is inherently tied to the Gaza of Benin Masonic, the Battle of venerable slug. And then last week, who did we cover this? I know you all are still awake. Sofitel the low tide who is inherently tied to high book, right and tonight in sha Allah to Allah, we're going to be covering the story of a more evidence of how to call the low tide and her and her story is inherently tied to who they be. The Treaty of her day via and the first entrance of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam to Mecca
after many years
after escaping persecution sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So before we get to mourn Robinson, how to throw the Allah huzzah Anna, I wanted to actually talk about her tribe. And she comes from one of the most intriguing and interesting families in the entire Sierra. And we covered the life of her sister through this lens as well. Her sister is almost fallen low Baba mental health are the Allahu anha No Baba is basically you know, refer to as the mother of the companions. Why? Because nobody alone has not just the immediate mother of Abdullah and our boss or the Allahu anha. But the amount of people that are related to this family from the companions of the Prophet slice and, um, is
tremendous. So I'm going to actually pull up a chart that we pulled up for the level the allowance data and instead of recreating it, and talk a little bit about who Maimunah is, in regards to the family that she comes from. So both Mei Mona and Noah Baba, are daughters of a woman by the name of Hyndman, Jelf. And Hyndman self is known in the history books as a chroma Jews and fill out the most noble elderly person in the history of the world, specifically from the women in regards to her in laws. She's the only person to be the mother in law of the prophets lie Selim twice. She also at some point is the mother in law of Abubaker, Jaffa, Ali, Hamza, and many other of the noble
companions. Now she doesn't live to see all of these in laws, but in regards to who she's related to. She's known as the most noble woman in history by virtue of lineage. So when you talk about her in laws, again, being the mother in law of the prophets lie Selim, through two different ways. So if you look at this chart, you'll see Hyndman two out in the middle, and Hyndman, two out there's a discrepancy in history whether she lived to see the Prophet slice on them, or not meaning whether she lived to see him as a messenger of Allah, whether she lived to see Islam or not. So some of the books will mention her as a Muslim. Others will say that she died before the advent of Islam. But
this woman Hyndman elf was married four times, at least four times, and she had at least nine children. Okay, and then you talk about the inlaws and the grandchildren. It gets very interesting. So this very neat chart that's easily understandable that we put together she put it all in Selma Tada in context for you, her first husband, jazzer Zubeidi, and she has from him, Mia. And Mumia is a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who passes away after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so not a very well known companion, but one companion
Then after him, she marries and Hadith ignore Hassan Al hadith is the father of Lu Baba Ventile Harris, who is the mother of Abdullah Abbas. And she is known as the first woman to embrace Islam after Khadija will the Allahu Taala Anna in fact Lu Baba or the Allah on her says, I embraced Islam on the same day as Khadija first woman to embrace Islam after Khadija while the Allahu Taala Anna is no Baba or the Allahu Taala and the mother of Abdullah and Abbas. You have her sister may Munna Dental, how to throw the love on our mother, who we're going to be speaking about today. And then you have some children that are not very well known. That likely passed away before Islam. Then she
marries after inherited and her husband, who's Aima have not had it and he Lally and from Hoceima eternal Harris she has one daughter named Xena, Xena Bilquis Aima. Our mother while the Allahu taala, who passed away six months after being married to the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam so she has another
daughter that marries the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well. Then she marries after him or mace and or mace is the father of a smart Bintaro mace.
A smart venture Mace is the same woman who marry Jaffa then when Jaffa was murdered, she married a Rebecca then when Abu Bakr was murdered, she married it, Pamela. So that's one woman. And that's also her daughter and then she has some vintage roommates, who is the wife of Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib. May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with them. And Alan had been roommates who dies in the Battle of a hardware who's also a Muslim Radi Allahu Allah and as Marian and then when you continue all the way to the side, you'll see that there is a solid line between a hadith and fajita been Tamil or the Allahu taala. And
so these are the stepchildren
of Hyndman Tov, okay, Lu Baba Asakura is the one who I want you to pay attention to, because no Baba surah was married to and will lead the Primavera. And they had the child hearted ignorant read or the Allahu Taala and who so basically the same woman Hyndman Tov was the mother in law of the prophets lie some twice Abubaker Hamza, Jaffa Ali, and also by extension, the grand mother in law of Al Hasan. Well, her saying about the Allahu Taala and who is married, so she has a pretty amazing family tree. And I show you this not because I expect any of you to remember a single word of it, but just to show you the way that these that these tribes used to marry together. Now this tribe is
known as the tribe of bento healer. If you ever hear the the attribution l healer Li, Ben Ohira, a very famous tribe amongst the Arabs, by no healer are known as the inlaws of Bengal Hashem. So when Hashem and Ben mohila have many inter marriages, I'm giving you this to give you a little bit of context to the marriage of Maimunah to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Ben mohila was a distant tribe from Banu Hashim, but from the overall umbrella of Qureshi and till today, by the way, Ben mohila Do we have any Moroccans here? Anyone from Madrid, no one from Madrid. We just made the method look really really bad on our YouTube stream. We welcome all Moroccans here the homeless
Moroccan after the World Cup right. Much of Morocco are descendants of Ben Ohira. Much of Morocco are descendants of Beto he dot because if you read the history of Abu Zaid al Qaeda ally, about 300,000 of those who settled and Muslim are actually descendants of this one tribe have been hidden in some of the most famous names. In fact, probably the most famous name from North Africa is Omar Al matar al Manaphy. Al he'll Ali Ahmed matar or the Allahu taala. And when I say well, the Allah I know knowing he's not a companion, but we know how great he is in our history. And it's okay to say that about some of the Mujahideen the revivals of our history is a descendant of of this tribe. It's
up to Dean Mohamed Salah Deen al Ali, a great scholar may last chronotype mercy on him also a descendant of this tribe, and again, entered under Abu Zaid al Kailali.
and by the way, you also have some of them in St. Lucia, who then migrated over to a mother as well as Iraq. But anyway, a pretty big tribe, and they are the tribe that is married to bento Hashem the inlaws bento Hashem or bento Hila they were primarily a nomadic tribe. And they were known for having a lot of skills living in the desert and living out in the open. So there used to be a tribe that used to rare some of the
warriors of Croatia and prepare them for battle amongst them. Of course, Khalid didn't read about the Allahu Taala and who who he will talk about in some detail. Now the prophets lie Selim had a title for the sisters that we mentioned. He called them a whole lot to me not the believing sisters a whole lot a lot me not. So if you hear the term a Hawa, tell me not the believing sisters. It is referring to the following it's referring to rabada vinten hateth
Maimunah Ventile. Hadith. Zainab bint Khuzaima a smart venture Amis and Selma Ventura mais la Baba, the mother of Abdullah Abbas Maimunah. The wife of the Prophet SAW Salem. Zina bins Cosima, who died earlier also was one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a smart venture, amis, who was the wife of Jaffa, Abubakar and Ali and Selma Vinter. Mais who was the wife of Hamza and then the wife of shuddered. So these are the believing Sisters in Islam. And you can go back and pause the stream and shot lots of data, you can look at that chart. And you can memorize those names because they're all powerful women in Islam, and from the early the early believers in the Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So we said, Amen father, lo Baba, used to pride herself in saying that I became Muslim the same day as Khadija that she became Muslim. Immediately after Khadija will the Allahu Taala Anna and Abdullah and ibis, so the Allahu Anhu Omar says that my mother was openly declaring her Islam and always in Salah from the very beginning, meaning as long as I can remember her from the very beginning of Islam, and of course, if an Abbas was not alive when the prophets lie, some first received the message, but he remembered her as a Muslim throughout and we know that her husband and Ambassador the Allahu Anhu to he was delayed in embracing the message of the Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So let's talk about Maimunah through the lens of the Ceylon through the lens of the biography of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The Treaty of her day BIA
is six years after Hijra.
Six years after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Companions from Makkah had left Maccha with a severely bitter taste in their mouths, they have not done their own rock for six years. They had not seen their homeland for six years. All they had done was withstand some of the major attacks that were being prepared from Mecca, constantly, over and over again from bedded to, to hunt up and everything in between the skirmishes in between the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sees the dream of him entering into Makkah, and he sees it as a Bushra. He sees it as a glad tidings. We know that the prophets lie some of the companions make their way towards Mecca, and they
get stopped at her they be up, which is not that far from Mecca. And they're the proceedings take place where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam enters into the Treaty of her Davia. Now we know that many of the companions were heartbroken, but they couldn't do on that year, and that they had to wait an entire year to be able to do ombre once again. And the very famous story that the prophets like someone he, when he commanded the companions to exit the Iran, they did not move and then on Salah model the Allahu Anhu told the prophets lie Selim that if you go out and you shave your head, and you sacrifice that they will know that this is the end of the Sombra. This is also
where Baotou Ridwan took place the pledge of the companions under the tree, who Allah Subhana Allah Allah said he was pleased with and this is the year that Allah opened the doors of Dawa for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, it was a fact. It was a conquest, not through military means, but in that the treaty secured the ability of the Prophet slice them to call people to Islam, within the region of Arabia and beyond, without being threatened or hindered by any type of military force from MK seven years after Hijra. The prophets lie Selim does what's known as the Omura of Allah, the make up Omura of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this is where the story of Maimunah is
going to come in. And who can tell me what month in the seventh year after hijra, the Umbra Tada, the makeup armor of the prophets lie some took place. I'll give you a clue. We're in it right now.
The claridon Good. So this month, is basically the anniversary month. And in fact, we find that the prophets like Selim made haram for all four of his Almaraz in the month of al Qaeda, and three of his comrades were performed in this particular month preceding that Elijah do
So it comes to Allah Azza wa salam in the seventh year after Hijra with 2000 of the companions. This was one of the happiest moments of the prophets lie sums life. Can you imagine the joy of these people who had been run out of Mecca seven years ago and had not seen their homeland for seven years?
And they left fleeing death, right, including the prophets lie Selim, he was pursued and threatened with assassination sallallahu alayhi wa sallam until the very moment and you remember the Prophet slice on his last moments when he's leaving Mecca, that the prophets lie some turns around and he looks at me and he cries, and he says, Oh MCCA you are the most beloved of Allah's Earth to me, and had your people not expelled me I would have never left you. Well, Sula, sigh, some loved Maccha.
And now seven years later, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gets to enter back in and this is part of the treaty that was made with the people of Mecca. They had three days to do an ombre. Now, when they come in, they come in with a ton of joy. And also allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is also not naive and he knows that these people have broken treaties before. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrives at Mecca was 2000 he leaves 200 of the 2000 armed but on the outskirts of Mecca, so they stay about eight miles away from the haram.
Why? Because that's obviously a means of protection to ward off an attack should they break the treaty and attack the prophets why Selim and the Companions while they are doing Umrah so they come to the profit slice and then when they tell the profit slice and um, that we know you, a saw that I mean, the trustworthy and truthful ones never break a treaty. And you said that you would do an ombre unarmed and the prophets lie, some assured them that these men would stay on the outskirts of Mecca, they weren't going to perform Romera while they had their weapons, right that this was a safety precaution and that this wasn't breaking the treaty because they're staying on the outside of
the huddle. So the prophets lie some enters with 1800 companions at one time. This was a place where the prophets lie some had left with 100 or so companions persecuted and now 1800 are entering. And they're doing Tobia out loud. And the agreement was the Quraysh had to go outside of the haram to give them the Haram all to themselves. I want you to just kind of understand the atmosphere a bit. So Quraysh has to go to the hills, and they're watching from the mountains. And they're watching with a lot of anger. Why because the Muslims are coming forward and saying the baker Allahumma, Lubbock, Lubbock la sharika Kela bake, right that we associate no partners with Allah subhanaw taala
say in the idea of not to be thought about the Allah Tala and who is coordinating between the Metcons and between the Muslims.
This gives you a little bit of insight into why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that we should uncover our shoulders. And the prophets lie Selim said that the first three rounds, let the men walk fast, because it was a display of strength.
Right? So the men come in until today, almost marching, right? You're supposed to now of course, you're doing this
in place, because you can't move very fast. When you're doing the walk, because of the amount of people that the idea was that the Muslims came in. And the profit slice, I'm enjoying the man to walk very fast, and to show strength as they chanted the tibia in the first three rounds of the LAF and the profit slice, and I'm taught to run in the dip between in the Saturday a lot of people wonder those two green lights, that is where there used to be a dip in the valley. So you were to show strength when you are going in and out of that place. I know that a lot of people think that's the only place Hotjar ran, it actually has nothing to do with that. This is the place where the
valley used to dip in the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And so the men were to show that strength going in and coming out rising from the valley, in sorry. They then shave their heads, Marwa, and they sacrificed 60 camels and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he goes to the outskirts, and he in the 1800 stay behind. And the 200 men leave behind their arms and they go and they do it on camera as well within that three day period. So this is a really joyous occasion for the Prophet's life and I'm in the Companions, it's a dream come true, literally fulfilled. And the atmosphere is one of joy. And it's also a moment of doubt, in and of itself. Some of the
Mexicans are watching this and their hearts are being moved towards Islam, because they are seeing in front of them. The difference between the Muslim Onra and the way that they were doing their pilgrimages.
with their idols, right and so you'll start to see that in this incident some of the people come to Islam just by witnessing the prophets like some of his companions in Ramadan. Now, enter may Munna bint al Hadith Radi Allahu Taala and many more not only allow Tyler and his name was Who can tell me the name that's been changed the most times. But Allah good all right, but Allah is the name that we've seen has been changed over and over and over again as the prophets lie some stuff to Zeki NAFSA This is a means of overly claiming purity but Allah means free from sin, right or free from any misdoing. So the prophets lie Selim forbade the name Bella. Her name was also Bella bint al
Harith, which was a common name amongst the Arabs. She had two husbands before the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam her first husband was a name a man by the name of Massoud in an attack coffee and material do know I'm gonna sacrifice she divorced her before Islam
and then her second husband. Some of the narrations say a man by the name of her lated her way to be Riza or and it could be the same person A Bora Bora even Abdullah Reza Abraha bin Abdullah Reza and Ibrahim Reza was one who opposed the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the early days and he died as a non Muslim. So it's not clear when Mei Monado the Allahu Taala and accepted Islam but at some point she accepted Islam. All right, at some point she accepted Islam and the implication is that it was later than her sisters that she embraces Islam but at some point she embraces Islam probably because of the circumstances that she is in being married to someone who is
opposed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Mecca at that time.
Now, her situation now being divorced, and now widowed two or three times and not particularly known for her beauty, and not in a position of wealth and not in a position of power is that she's considered from the most older a thought she's considered from the weak ones of Mecca. Why? Because she really doesn't have any major means of protection.
The closest thing that she has to protection are her brother in law's Abbas Abdul Muttalib are the Allahu Taala and hope and Jaffa are the Allah Allah and at some point, but of course, Jaffa has not settled in Mecca. Only an ibis is settled in Mecca. And then interestingly enough, her nephew, Carla didn't worried her nephew is Scarlett Dibner would either want the Allahu Taala and harlot is not a Muslim yet and of course, was one of the staunch opponents to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam following in the example of his father was one of the first to oppose Islam. But Khalid was very close to a mono. Alright, and this is an important part of the story, because it's impossible
for us to capture in text, how these marriages, softened hearts and solidified certain alliances, and maybe hasten the Islam of certain people. So she's someone who doesn't really have anyone to be by her side to protect her. She's vulnerable. And again, she's not particularly sought after for marriage. So she has a very interesting story. She basically starts to tell her relatives that she's interested in being married to the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam.
And so she tells Jaffa, about the Allahu Taala and Jaffa Radi Allahu Anhu. Being her brother in law,
that she would wish to have NASA she would wish to have a family tied to Ben who Hashem the way her sisters did.
She's hilarious. She's from bento Hida.
And all of her sisters are helali as well. They're from Venezuela, and they're all married to Hashemites. So it's her gentle way of saying to Jaffa, like do you think the prophets like Selim would take interest in someone like me?
I wish I could be related to general Hashem the way my sisters are. She also tells a mother father, her sister, Liu Baba, that she's interested in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with the Prophets lie Selim. Marry me. And then finally, Jafar. Well, the Allahu taala. And who goes to Al Abbas Ali Allahu Anhu. And tells Abbas that
Maimunah is interested in the prophets lie some of course her name was Bella mental Hadith. And do you think the prophets lie some would marry her and again, she's considered one of the most of the I thought the weak ones of Mecca, she's in a very precarious situation being in Mecca without a husband. And Allah knows if she's going to be married in that situation, or not. So the prophets lie some is there for Amara, right? The aroma of Allah and it's a joyous occasion. Abbas goes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So an ibis would be who to her. I know you guys lost the family chart. How is an ibis related to her?
AMI please. Or else I'm gonna repeat this whole lecture on your brother in law. No Baba is the oldest sister. She is the youngest sister No Baba to me, Mona. And basically now al Abbas, her oldest brother in law is going to come to the prophets lie Selim his nephew, and tell the prophets lie Selim that Liu Baba I'm sorry that
Bella is interested in marriage. Now it's important to note that the prophets lie some did not like to turn away anything from an imbecile the lowdown on Abbas was someone who the prophets lie some held near and dear to his heart, and he did a lot for the prophets of Allah when he was sent him. So anytime an ibis makes a request of the prophets like Selim. In general, that means the request is going to be taken with great honor. So for example, it was an ibis that came to the prophets lie some and told the prophets lie some elusive Yan was a man who is very proud. So when you enter into Mecca, he basically gave the profit slice of the way that he could address a Luciferian to make them
feel respected and honored to bring the hearts together. So Abbas goes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he tells him about his sister in law about Allah mental health, that she has been widowed once again, by the death of Abraham. She is alone, and she's no longer sought after. And he says to the profit slice and Aleca Raha ya rasool Allah, are you interested in marrying her own messenger of Allah? Would you marry her own messenger of Allah? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accepted that proposal. Okay, so the prophets lie Selim, it appears that this message came to the Prophet slicin before he actually entered into Maccha, or in the very beginning
of his aamra Either he's meeting Abbas making the preparations of Umrah or he's entered into ombre and his uncle comes to him and basically says that she's proposing herself in marriage to you, you're sort of Allah, would you take her as your wife, and she is the woman According to multiple manifested in Qatada and Azuri. Amongst others, that Allah azza wa jal is speaking about when he says one rotten minaton In what habit NAFSA didn't, Abby, so if you read this in the Quran, a believing woman who presents herself to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when you're looking at the wisdoms of the marriage of the prophets lie Selim to different women. In this situation, you
have a woman that presents herself to the prophets lie some of Allah azza wa jal praises her by virtue of calling her Mina as she's from a heart ailment me not to believing sisters. So Jaffa or the Allahu Taala and who
is coming to her with the news that the prophets like Sam has accepted her proposal. She's waiting for the answer. She knows that her uncle has gone to speak to the prophets lie Summit. She knows that Jaffa and Jaffa is so beloved to the Prophet slice Allah has gone to speak to the prophets like Selim. She's waiting on her camel from a distance. To hear the news of whether or not the prophets lie someone has accepted her proposal. So John fuddled the low tide and who comes to her. And she could tell from his coming that he had good news and Jennifer on the low tide and who says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam has accepted the proposal. She gets down from her camel and joy
and she says, Alboreto woman Ali, hurry Rasulullah that the camel and that which is on the camels for the prophets lie Selim. Like I want to even gift my camel to the Prophet salallahu Salam because I have nothing else to express my joy that the prophets like Selim would marry me. So this is the month of the Ricarda seven years after Hijra. And what year are we in history right now?
14 What 1444 Good. So how many years does that make? I'm not making you all do math, right? I don't feel like doing math. I just got off a flight. But you get the point. Okay. So it's not Subhanallah it is it is not that far removed from the death of the Prophet salallahu Salam right this is towards the end of the life of the prophets why some towards the end of his mission and the prophets lie Selim accepts her proposal and even Ambassador the low tide and hula narrates that the profit slice and I'm married her in a haram
which is why the longest portion of the mourners biography is the debate about whether the profit slice I'm married her and a column or not, okay, because it's a serious filthy problem. Because we know that when you go to Umrah and Hajj you can't get married when you're in a haram right? And I used to laugh when I used to go through the rules the restrictions and Ramadan Hajj like you know, you can't get married and then someone actually tried to pull it off one year with me and I was like, Okay, now I actually have to drive home this point that you know, It's haram to do an account. While you're in a haram you can't conduct a marriage while you're in a haram. So the scholars
debated about whether or not the profit slice I'm actually married her in a haram or not, and this is a long debate.
In the books of fiction, and even the battle, and am and SAD and MAD and others basically take the narrations from a Bourassa who was older than him and Ibis as well as her narration herself that the Prophet sighs I'm actually married her after he did to Hulu. So after he left the state of Islam I'm loving Ibis was young at the time. So when he's saying it right, that is his perception but Maimunah herself has a narration where she says that the Prophet saw some married me after he got out of Islam after his to handle sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So the prophets why some had three days to do Umrah
and also Marseille Salam recognizes this as an opportunity as he always does to try to bring the hearts of the non Muslims of Mecca to Islam to try to mend ties. So the prophets lie some basically suggests, and this is according to some of the books of Sierra that they delay his time in Makkah, and they do the wedding in Mecca, the walima and Maccha. So that the non Muslims of Mecca can attend the powerful ones of curation, especially from bento Heyerdahl and this can be a moment of coming together. Instead the prophets like some was rejected and was told we don't care for your walima we want you out of Mecca. This has been enough of you right three days was enough. And this was
obviously deeply hurtful to them. Right to see after trying to eliminate the prophets I'm all these years the Muslims coming and doing Tobia and performing their Umrah so the prophets lie some goes to a place which is known as said if you're going to have to remember this place in sha Allah to Allah because it's going to come back up in the story in sha Allah to Allah serif is a place outside of the Haram it's about 13 miles away from the Canada from an amended haram 13 miles away right on the road to Medina. Meaning when you drive in or out of Mecca to Medina, you're going to pass through set if inevitably, it's on the way to Medina, regardless. So basically the idea is the prophets lie
some chooses the place that's closest to the Haram but still not violating the treaty where you have three days to Allah, I use them to perform the edema. And the Prophet slice alum performs the walima, the wedding over there, some of the non Muslim men and women still attended. And amongst those relatives, who was not yet Muslim, or who had just become Muslim, was a healer, early man by the name of Haleakala had been a leader with a lot of talent.
So here's where it gets very interesting. And I know that almost every time we have a lecture for the first there are comments, when are you going to do how to delete? When are you going to do how the diviner will lead? Hardly there'll be a lot of data and who was later on, so we have to respect the timeline that are going by, but many people think how to defend the leader of the law and who became Muslim and fled to Mecca. And that's not true. How did the law the law and will actually embraced Islam in this time period of the Kodama of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this is derived by insinuation that some of the scholars mentioned that perhaps the prophets Isaiah was
marrying Maimunah or the Allah Anna actually catalyzed somewhat the Islamic halogen will lead the heart of the Allahu Anhu was intelligent. He was already close to becoming Muslim. But the prophet slice on marrying the Mona brought him even closer to Islam and perhaps was a part of his embracing Islam. But we know that how little the Allahu Anhu embraced Islam in this incident or within this incident of the Kadar Amara, the makeup camera of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, seven years after Hitler, so they held a walima instead of with the Muslims that came for Amara, and obviously this added to the joy of the Muslims that came from an Medina to perform Amara and this
was a means of softening the hearts as we said, of those that were still left over in Mecca Abbas or the Allahu taala, and who acted as the representative of Maimana, or the Allahu taala. And obviously being like her oldest brother in law, as well as the uncle of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. Now, her name was what?
Please tell me what her name was. Not good. All right. I know I just traumatize some of the Arab kids in here, but it was like get out right? That Allah is her name. Subhan Allah.
As we said, it's very interesting. God has named Xena his name. The prophets lysozyme did not like that a person calls himself about Allah or he didn't like that they say Hara German nd Barbara he left immunity or he left purity when he would leave the home of God Allah. And so he changed the name, but her name is a special name. Okay. Her name is Mei Mona. All right. Now, Mona has a very particular connotation, a very particular name. Does anyone know what the name Maimunah actually means? And he may Mona's in here but
normally Mona's we don't have Moroccans or main one is that Valley Ranch. Anyone know what the name Maimana means?
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Maimunah means mobile raka means bless it. May Mona eight will Baraka bless it.
And many of the scholars say the reason why the prophets lie some named her may Mona is because her marriage coincides with the joy of the Prophet's life and being able to enter mecca for the first time in seven years.
Alright, so it's actually a name of Bushra may more than glad tidings Baraka that there's blessing in that marriage and blessing in her because it solidifies it seals the joy of that incident of coming to Mecca for the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam so I have to shout out Maimunah bin chef Muhammad is Chanel, he may have been Sheikh Mohammed 50. And if I forgot any other mourners, may Allah bless all of them may Mona's, but those are the first two that come to my mind. It's a bless his name, mobile, Allah bless it, and it's one of joy and happiness and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave her that name in a way that suggests that it coincides with that. So the Prophet saw
some comes back to Medina. And at this point not only does mean more, not only along with title on her return with the prophets like Selim, but this is also around the time that omul father, Abbas Abdullah Abdullah Abbas, the family of Abbas all returned back to and Medina with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam around this time. And so they would spend three years with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the last three years of his life. And basically, this is where you have the legend of Abdullah Abdullah Abbas, a 10 year old, up until 13, who is not going to spend the rest of those three years with the profit slice. I'm trying to get as much from the Prophet
salAllahu alayhi wasallam as he possibly can. Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah ibn Abbas, writing behind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fetching the widow of the prophets lie Selim shadowing the prophets lie Selim for three years comes as a result of this combination of incidents. And one of the most famous narrations that we have is the narration of Abdullah Abbas, who basically plotted to sleep at his aunt's house on her night with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam. So Abdullah Abbas said, I waited for the night of the Prophet slice, I'm with my aunt khalti Maimunah. So he's related to the prophets like some two ways his cousin, but Mamoon has his Karla Mona is his aunt, said I waited
until the night that the Prophet salallahu Salam was going to spend the night with her. And I asked my aunt Hardy may Mona if I could spend the night with her on that particular night. So may Mona ask the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if Abdullah could sleep with us that day, and the prophets lie Selim. He said, of course, now, they have a guestroom in the federal rights
where you're going to where you're going to put this kit.
Right. I mean, the rooms of the prophets lie some were so small that when he's doing pm he's tapping the legs of his wives. Right. So where is he going to sleep?
He's going to sleep
with them. How are the loving Ibis says so the profits lie someone may wanna lead vertically. And he said an ice left horizontally on the bed at their feet.
So he's like, I was staring at the prophets lie Selim. He's basically there to study the Prophet size and, and and the prophets lie, some knows it. He says, What call to reality either karma Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for at the end? Look, if the prophets Isom gets up and I'm sleeping wake me up. Like I'm here to study his piano, his 10 year old is here to study the fiam of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he's watching the Prophet slice Allah and he's spending the night at the feet of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and our mother Maimunah a lot of the Allah to Allah Allah and then he narrates the beautiful theme of the Prophet slice and I'm how the Prophet
slice I'm got up how he recited the last time I had some sort of earlier Emraan the way he did his will do the way that he prayed his night prayer, all of that comes as a result of me, Moana, or the love of Tyler and letting him spend the night when it was her night with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we also find that when Carla didn't ovulate or the Allahu Taala and hope comes back to in Medina as a Muslim, that many of his narrations, in fact exist in the house of Maimunah his aunt, his harlot with the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and so he maintained that corroborate that closeness with his aunt Maimunah or the Allahu Taala and with the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam
now what are some of her Hadith where the prophets lie so and by the way, before I mentioned anything further you know I usually there is a narration about it settled the Allah Tala and how that shows up here.
You know about it shall the Allah Allah not liking someone? I follow the law and that seemed to have no problems whatsoever with me more about the law outside. In fact, I couldn't find a single narration of any of the wives of the Prophet slice I'm not liking may mourn over the law. I'm not and there could be many reasons for that, right. Perhaps they're, they didn't feel threatened by her in any way because, again, she was considered from Muslim
A thought from the weak people of Makkah. But we only find a word of praise from a subtle the low and had towards her and nothing else when she married the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so what are some of her Hadith with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam she narrates many of the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Salem, in his Byam in his night prayer, as well as in his whole soul and in his whoodle How the prophesy Sam used to do, how used to do also, how he used to pray his TM. And so she narrates for example, and her closeness can if the Rashi Hallo masala Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Obama Walker I fell boohoo Allah Yahweh Allah Allah philosophy she said that, you
know, the prophets lie Selim used to break the arm next to me while I was laying down in bed, and he was so close to me that his stoke sometimes would fall on me while He was praying Salah Hi, Sam. And she mentioned that it was during the you know, during her period to basically reject some of the strict and rigid opinions of the Jewish tribes of Medina, that had made it seem that the woman was impure at that time altogether. So she specifically mentioned that that was that time, and that the prophets lie Selim embraced her the prophets lie Selim allowed himself to touch her while He was praying and that there was no sense of injustice and no sense of, you know, impurity that rubbed off
on him in any way. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so she was refuting some of the stricter rules of the Hatha that some of the people were implying also existed within Islam. Once they moved to El Medina, she describes the salah of the Prophet slice and then in great detail, so some of the most detailed descriptions. She says, for example, that kind of a sort of liking Salallahu salam ala Sajida, Jaffa Hatay era men health men Khalifa who was the HA, play he sallallahu alayhi wasallam, that when the Prophet slice I'm used to do sujood that he would spread his hands in a way that I could see the the whiteness of his armpit. sallallahu alayhi wasallam so we take that from her narrations about the a
long time and she narrates many of the Messiah of women's taharah of women's fifth, she narrates the whole sort of the profit slice and I'm in great detail. So obviously, the only way that we could get the whistle of the prophets lie Selim is from those who were in his home sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so she narrates his Wilson in great detail under some of the most detailed narrations about him salah or Islam in this regard, caught up to Allah to the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ruslan was a total to who that I used to prepare the water for the profit slice I'm in his little certain I used to be his sitter I used to screen him while he would do his little switch and then
she narrates how the prophets lie Selim. Step by step would perform his lucid she narrates some of the Messiah and some of the questions in regards to the types of food that are permissible and the types that are not permissible. So there are some narrations from Alia Binti, so the year
that I had some sheep, and they began to die, they entered upon me Monado the Allahu Taala and had mentioned the tour and may model the Allaha and has said, if you would have taken their skins and made use of them that would have been better for you. And I asked her is that lawful and she went on to narrate from the prophets like Selim, that it was indeed lawful. She narrates some of the famous Hadith about El Medina the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his sujood some Allahu alayhi wa sallam and his janazah how used to lead janazah so the very famous Hadith Salah twin famous jihad of volume and Elfi Salatin, female Seiwa who Minella misogyny ill Masuda al Qaeda,
this narration the prophesy son says Majid carrabba So the famous Hadith that one Salah in this message of mine being the messenger of the prophets, lysozyme is better than 1000 Salas outside of this masjid, except for Al Majid al Khattab, Al Masjid Al haram in Mecca. And then she has another narration, which is a very interesting narration
and it's narrated by Abdullah bin Ambassador the Allahu Taala Anioma Tal, Brittany Maimunah. And also Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Osma haoma were demon, that may Mona my aunt told me that one day the prophets lie some woke up and he looked like he was struck with grief.
For Carlat, Maimunah ya rasool Allah, La Kurdistan Karatu Hey attacca Juan Dolio that may want to set to the profit slice Anna Yatta, sorta Allah
I, you know, I see that your mood is very different today. Hey, attic, it's like, you know, a rocket appealing, as they say in the sun, you look heavy, like you're burdened with something, I can tell that something is different about you. And by the way, some of the scholars of Shama say, you know about describing the prophets lie some look at how much Exxon the prophets lie some show to his family, that if the prophets lie, Selim was short in his greeting, or did not have his typical smile sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his family knew something was was wrong with him, like he entered with such joy into his home Salalah Honea Salah
Is that even a shadow the Allah and Hadith had to lift in the slander. She said that the prophets lie some would only ask me, you know, how are you today? And he was short and asking, and she knew something was wrong. So this shows you the beauty of the prophets lie somebody entered into his home that his hater was off, his mood was off and she recognized it right away. For Karla sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Jibreel Kanagawa attorney and yellow Connie Leila fell on yellow Connie, Mo Allah He ma of love honey. The prophets like Sam said that Gibreel Salam had promised me that he would meet me tonight. But he didn't show up at the time that he promised to meet me. So the
prophets lie some was upset or was feeling distressed that Gibreel already has Salam had not come to meet him. And the prophets lie. Some have said that Gibreel Ali salaam never breaks His promises. Meaning of Gibreel tells me to be at a place why some always be there at that place at that time. So she said, for one law Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a young man who Danika Allah Dalek, the province license spent the whole day down distressed in grief. And then some a worker fee Nipsey he Judo will kill the prophets lie Selim as he was sitting it occurred to him that there was a dog under the cots. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
commanded that the dog be out of the house and then the Prophet slice on washed that area. And then as soon as he did that, Lucky yeah who Gibreel Alayhis Salam wa salam came to him for call Allahu Quinto or attorney and tilcon will bury. The prophets lie some said to gvi Islam you had promised me that you would meet me yesterday last night at this time. For cottage breed agile Wallah can learn at Hulu beta and V he Caliban wala Surah So this is the very famous Hadith that yes, but we the angels do not enter a home that has a dog or a sculpture in this situation. Surah can meet mean a one of the prohibited means not photography, one of the prohibited means of the imitation of Allah's
parents is creation. So this is the Hadith that we get it from the story of Maimunah but all the Allahu Taala another beautiful incidence that you find from a model the Allahu Taala and how is the prophets lie some on the date of alpha?
What do you do on the day of alpha? When you're not an alpha?
You all need to have some confidence in the answers. You got this? Fast, right? You fast on the day of alpha, we're coming into the head yet, may Allah allow us to be amongst those who observe Alpha Lama mean, you fast on the day of alpha right? The prophets lie son did one Hajj with the Muslims after some
he gets to alpha. It's burning hot, scorching heat. And they don't know if the prophet slice on his fasting or not. Because the prophets lie some immediately went into their app. And also last night, some had his hands up all day. So you could see his underarms lie Salem, and he never put his hands down. They are struggling in the heat because you couldn't worship like the prophets lie Selim and Mei Monado the Allahu Taala and she says, and then NASA Chateau faecium, in the beasts Allah, Allah Azza wa salam, O Yo Ma Arafa, that some of the companions were fasting, and they were getting exhausted on the day of alpha. So they were watching the prophets lie Selim. And they were falling
apart on the day of alpha, but no one had the nerve to go tap on the shoulder of the Prophet slice them and say, Oh, Prophet of Allah, are you fasting right now? So they just kind of assumed we don't want to bother him in his ear.
Right? They just assumed that he was probably fasting. So may Monado, the Allahu taala. And her look at the Favorites he does for the OMA, she caught it. So she says, I sent to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a cup of milk. So the prophets like Selim, as it was handed to him, he understood what was happening. So the prophets lie some raised in the sky. And then the prophets lie, some drink from it, and then all of the Sahaba started to drink.
Like they were waiting for that moment to see if the prophets lie, Selim was fasting or not fasting, so he didn't need to give a dose. He just had to drink some milk sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that would be the greatest got milk commercial of all time. All right, all of the Sahaba started to drink water started to drink whatever it is that they could find because they were burning and look at the other of the companions of the Prophet sly Salam with the Prophet saw some even under that scorching heat on the day of alpha. So she narrates while the a lot of data on her some of these incidents some of these moments with the Prophets lie, some almost all of them have to do with the
concept of very bad in some capacity, and she narrates about 70 Hadith from the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. Okay, so it's not a huge number, but it is also significant and some of the important Hadith that we have in our tradition, after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. She's one of those who lived a very frugal life. A very rough
Life and chose that for herself and zoot asceticism was the way of the wives of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe salam after they had been exposed to the Prophet slice Allah. And she, of course, was someone who was used to that lifestyle, even in Mecca. And there's a very interesting narration about her that she used to frequently have to resort to loans. Now it's looked down upon, right to take loans, is looked down upon and imagine you're the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and she would frequently take God hasna but she would pay it back. But some of the companions didn't like that. So they told her that yeah, I'm gonna want money or mother, it's not be
fitting that you would take loans, you know, at this rate, takes a loan, she pays it back, takes a loan, she pays it back, she clearly was living almost her entire life on borrowed money. Well, the Allahu Tatiana's panela, a woman who has a home with the profit slice on the agenda. But this is what her life is like in dunya. She's living off of borrowed money. And she says, law took a Dane wakad Samara to Halle Lee salAllahu alayhi wa sallam, just pause with this. She says, I'm not going to leave off being in a state of debt when I heard my best friend sallallahu alayhi wa salam Halevi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right Helenius is an endearing way to refer to someone. And that's how
she's referring to him. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I heard Khalidi my close friend say, Mom and I hadn't yet done who? Dana, Paddy Mala. And now you read Lucado Illa at the Hula, hula Anhu for dunya. This is an interesting Hadith that the prophets I send him said
that there is no one who takes a loan. And Allah knows that he intends to pay it back except that ALLAH would facilitate him paying it back in this dunya
was Hadith comes as a result of that context. What she means is that the Prophet sys I'm used to condemn people that intentionally went into debt and never had an intention to pay people back. And I think this is important for people to understand because some people are afraid, so much of it again of debt, which is important to try to not be in a state of debt frequent and often. But they might take some of those Hadith that are very, very harsh and condemning and scolding and apply them to themselves when they fully intend to pay back a debt. And the Hadith where the prophets lie some condemned this, the one who takes that is the one who borrows money and knows that he's never going
to pay it back and does not intend to pay it back at all. So she's saying that some of those Hadith that you're using against me have absolutely no bearing upon me. So she continues to live in a pretty humble status not being someone that lives like a queen, after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now you also find from hurdled the Allahu taala, Anna, that she was one of those who used to free slaves frequently. So she freed many slaves, something very beautiful, but it shows you some excellence, that when she would free a slave, she would make do out for them before she let them go. So it wasn't even just purchasing someone out of captivity and letting them
go. But taking the time or mother, it'll be a lot of time. I know we'll take the time to make your app for them as she would set them free. And she surrounded herself by students, primarily female students or the low tide on her and her family who would narrate on her behalf. And some of those narrations are from her freed slaves, and many of those that she freed went on to become scholars and Hadith narrators. So you find that from those who narrated from Rob de la busca de la and Homer, obviously, Abdullah Masha dad, who was her nephew all the Allahu Anhu Ali of installare, who was a freed slave or the Allahu taala. And, and you'll find you'll find often Mola Maimana you'll find it
in the narrations, the freed slave of Maimunah narrating a hadith so you find Abdul Rahman asop Mola Maimunah. Muslim Ivins yard Mola, Maimana so you'll you'll find this in the books of Hadith that so and so the freed slaves may mourn so and so the freed slaves may mourn so and so the free slave may one which shows you something very beautiful Subhanallah about our tradition as a whole. In fact, one of the beautiful narrations that I saw was a free slave of Maimunah narrating from a freed slave of a bus or made Mola nobis. So this idea of people not just being freed from captivity, but going on to become scholars and narrators of this as well and to lead the OMA in the greatest tradition
which is, which is knowledge for this ummah. Now, after the death of the prophets, I seldom she used to do Hajj every single year.
So if you were to calculate that, that she probably has under her belt about 50 hedges while the Allahu Taala on her so she was one of those who used to love to go to a hedge my last parents are facilitate for all of us had been abroad Allahumma Amin and isharo the Allahu Taala and her used to call her al Mara a takia. Or Amara Salia, the righteous woman, the pious woman, the righteous woman, the pious woman, I mean That's high praise coming from a Seleka while the Allahu Allah and inshallah Allah and her saying
Hello, Mr. Smiley have a look at the the pious woman, the righteous woman. And you shall know the Allah has some of the highest praise for May morning when she says, Can it's me Morna men at Klarna were also Luna
that may monitor the Allahu taala. And her out of all of us meaning the wise the Prophet sign salon was of the most pious, and she was of the most regular and establishing the ties of family, which gives you a little bit of context into the bento HELOC, and bundle Hashem that may mourn over the Allah Tala and her use to establish the ties of kinship. She used to establish the ties of kinship with her relatives, not just her closest relatives, but even her forest relatives she would spend on them, and she would take care of them while the Allahu Tada Anna and that was part of her righteousness and Musa I'd mentioned there was, you know that her relatives used to frequently visit
her and one of her relatives once visited her, and he smelled like alcohol like hammock and more not all the allowance I did not allow him to enter near and said go to the Muslims and purify yourself. And that was part of the ways that her righteousness is being praised in this regard that while she was good to her relatives, she did not privilege her relatives to a part or to a point in which he was transgressing the rules of Allah. Now the most beautiful thing about her. So those of you that went to sleep in last 20 minutes. This is the part where you wake up.
She lives longer than all of the wives of the Prophet slice.
So she sees the death of all of the wives of the prophets like Selim.
And she was settled for the most part in Mecca. Some of the scholars said because of the amount of Hajj and Umrah that she was doing, but she was in Mecca pretty much all the time.
Now when she was in Mecca, and this is 60 plus years after his 62 or 65 years after his I mean she's outlive all of fortified Washington, outlived all of the wives of the Prophet sly Salam, she got sick.
But then as she got sick,
she said Barani sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then Isla mo to be back. That my husband, the Prophet, sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam told me that I'm not going to die in Mecca.
So Subhanallah what she ends up doing is she says, Take me to self.
Where is said, if someone remind me
where she married the prophets, Allah, Allah honey was summer. So she said, Take me back to self. So she goes to sadef. And they take her to the exact location of the greatest memory of her life. And she married the Prophet salallahu, alayhi, wasallam, 65 years prior to that moment.
And that was still a place that she was tied to Subhan Allah you talk about like the profit slice on entering into a person's life. And she remembered that beautiful moment where the prophets lie, Selim married her. And she said, Take me back to set if they took her to set off, and she dies in the same place that she married the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. As Pamela, this is a very powerful story because they want to rule the law. Anna did not have the same prominence as some of the other wives, the prophets lysozyme on top of that, the generation that knew her had passed away. And so it was very common at that time for some of the younger people that are going to not know you
know, someone in particular. And we find that I'm beloved my boss told me a long time ago and he led her janazah and while they were carrying her, he said how the he may wanna her the unwelcome This is me, Mona. This is your mom. Subhan Allah like reminding the OMA, this is Maimunah this is your mom, either authority on Janaza fella to Z Ruha 120. So when you carry her, don't be rough, don't shake her. Like, have some respect for this body that you are about to place into the ground. This is your mom named Mona is Pamela will the Allahu Taala and her and an ambassador Leila and whom I lead her Salah Khalid or the Allahu Taala and her nephew lowered her into the grave as well. So she was
placed in the grey by Ibn Abbas and Khalid and he led her Salah years even in Assam. He says whether Fana fill volatility banner we have sallallahu alayhi wa Salam o Thea, we buried her in the exact place that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spent his wedding with her the exact place of the tent and I want you to actually put it up on the screen in sha Allah Allah. This is the grave of our mother may model the alongside.
Now if you've been
Hajj or Umrah with me, I've taken you to this place. It's literally on the outskirts, it's on the way to Medina. So if you go 30, about 13 miles outside of the Haram,
when they let you
There isn't even a parking lot. It's just kind of hustled, nestled right next to some apartment buildings.
You know, on the way there's like a grocery store next to it, kids playing soccer. And they have like this abandoned hate office, you know, the offices that that will, you know, tell people not to come here not to do it. So they have an office and like, No one's even there most of the time. And I'm not saying you go there to make your act to her to do anything. That's, of course, in opposition to the Sunnah. But it's really profound and powerful, because that place where she's buried, is exactly where she was with the Prophet sallallahu. And he was, and it's a beautiful story for us to connect ourselves to, as well with our mother, about the Allahu taala. And so this is our mother may
Mona, may Allah be pleased with her, the last wife of the Prophet slice and him to die in the year 62 After hijra, she was in her 80s At that point well into her 80s At that point, we don't have an exact age for her about the Allahu Tada and may Allah Subhana Allah be pleased with her and be pleased with all of our mothers and join us with our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hola, Miami Charlottetown I'm gonna go ahead and end it because we have selected Asia. So we'll go ahead and we'll make it then we'll