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Sa’ad Ibn Ubadah (ra) The Generous Chief – The Firsts
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One of the most entertaining and enriching stories from the unsought and welcoming the prophets of Allah hearty was salam to Madina Munawwara now before I get started, some of you may have seen the trailer for the Ramadan series and Hamlet inaudible Amin that will be in sha Allah Tada releasing daily as well as Quran 30 for 30 once again in the night Tada so please do sign up for that inshallah Tada at the link that's in the description. And this is the last episode as we said of the first but the beauty of this is that, as I said in the last few weeks, if you understand this group of five, you understand how Islam came to Medina. This is the story of Islam in Medina. And one of
the beauties of this this this particular series is that some of the biographies are actually usually very short. But once you start to piece things together, you piece together the story of someone who may not have been given their due in Islamic history. And when it comes to this man sacrament Roboto hollow the Allahu Anhu I want you to remember something very easy. You have the Sarid of oaths, and you have the side of courage. The side of the side. Remember the unsought were two tribes oath and coverage. You have the side of House side the morale you have the side of coverage side the mineral border, and if these two men became Muslim, then everyone knew Islam was
gonna come to Medina, it was resting on these two men sadly been more idle the low tide and who typically his biography is a lot longer in the books. However, would sacramental battle the Altana will find much richness in the nahi Tala in his story. So aside that Avada he is the son of Oba even Delaine, who was the chief of Bensoussan Ada, so a sub tribe of cousin Raj, which was the larger of the two so you had cousin Raj and O's, right, much smaller at war with each other. One of the sub tribes of Huzar Raj is Bensoussan ADA. Now obviously, if you've been to Medina, that nice beautiful garden is the Sabetha have been oh sorry that that's their garden that is their location. Okay, so
his father was the chief of that sub tribe, and his mother was a woman by the name of amre didn't miss Ruth or the Allahu Taala Anna from buena jar who is going to become Muslim live to become Muslim, his father passes away in the wrath wars, which is the story of so many of them. His mother lives, accepts Islam and will find a very beautiful relationship between he and his mother. I'm gonna miss Ruth on the Allahu Taala Anna. So sad assumes the role of the chief of has Raj side of Oh Seidman more ad set of coverage which is given rabada. Now,
as I depends rara was rising up to become sort of the the most respectable unifying person between the two. And you had another person who was about to become the king of Yathrib. They were going to call him literally the Melek of Yathrib, the king of Yathrib. And who was that? Does anyone know?
Abdullah bin obey bin salud. Abdullah bin obey even salute.
Literally, they say a sad robot that will say in one narration, his his garment was being tailored. His crown was already in manufacturing. When the prophets lie some came to Medina. Like he was ready to be the king of this place. And then the prophets lie Selim in Islam ruined his plants. Right for which he will be bitter and he will oppose the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for the rest of his life so I'm the love No babe and Soto is from has Raj as well. But he is sort of transcending now. Oh, some cousins. Sad even more. Oh, sad even roba cause Raj now one of the things about the love No babe and salute is that he'd spent this time basically campaigning after birth and he had the buy in
of the pagan tribes. He had the buy in of the Jewish tribes. He had the buy in of all of the different factions in yet fitted to be the kink. So he kind of got along with everybody in that sense right. Now as for this man said, on the low tide and outside of Nevada, one of his nicknames is Sarah L. Camel. Sad the perfect literally tells you a lot about sad I'll cannon said. The perfect. Why they said sad Roboto the Allahu Taala and who was strikingly handsome, and he was good at everything he did. So they said that kind of your signal there. Ah, he used to hear a beautiful or he was he was good at reading. He was very literate. He was good at poetry. Your casino rummy. He
was good at throwing the spear. He was good at archery. He was good at swimming. He was good at writing. He was good at calligraphy. So they
There is nothing that we have that distinguishes a person except that Sergeant robota is the most distinguished of them all. Okay, so he was nicknamed sad. And cannon said, the perfect one. And the most distinguishing factor about him was actually the distinguishing factor of his father, the distinguishing factor of him the distinguishing factor of his son, and that was alcohol generosity. They were very generous. So they were known as the host of yesterday, that when anyone came to that city, if they were poor, if they were traveling, whoever they were, they could come to this family. And this was the family that would sponsor them. So generosity will come was the trait of his
father, even though his father was not a Muslim and died before Islam came to them. But that was what he was known for Saturday being known for his generosity, as we'll talk talk about, and his son pasted inside becomes known for his column known for his generosity, as well. And there's something that the scholars mentioned here, which is that, if you notice, generosity is a trait that is usually transferable through generations. You know, typically, if you meet someone who's generous, or who's very charitable, and you ask them why they're like that, they'll say, they'll point to something they learn from their parents. You often see alcara generosity, transferred from
generation to generation, and a family embraces that as an identity. And this was the case of sacrament rabada, or the Allahu taala. And his generosity was so acknowledged that Huzur Raj used to write poetry about his generosity. They said that when there were droughts, Saturday, norba would provide the crops for all of the city of Yathrib. When anyone came through sand provide, he had a guesthouse for them, literally for any of the travelers that came through. When there were disasters, he protected the community. He wrote off all the debts of anyone in his tribe, even distant relatives that he was barely related to. And he used to stand every day. This is before
Islam, right? He used to stand every day on top of his home and he had a big home. Okay. And he used to call out and he used to say men have the shotgun will let him fill the empty said whoever likes to eat, you know, what would you call Sherman lamb is like the fat and like the meat, like whoever wants the good stuff comes to Saturday. Oh god, I've got your meat here. I've got all the good stuff. I'm not just usually when you gave charity, you gave barley or you gave dates. So sad little the low tide and who would call out before Islam and would say whoever wants you know, healthy meal tonight, come to my house, and he would open up his house every single day. Now I want to stop here
for a moment.
Because the sales have been delayed.
Was like Roozbeh except that room we talked about the sage when he heard the Quran. He listened to it in a way that earthborn refused to. If there is an equivalent to abou Jahan, when he was up unhackme When the prophesy son was making dua for his guidance and Abu Sufyan and the nobles of Makkah, that were known for their generosity and used to host the Hajaj, it's actually Saturday rabada He is their equivalent. He's the closest thing to them in Yathrib in terms of a noble person that is known to host the outsiders because this is what the people of Mecca used to the nobles of Mecca used to compete with, but for insincere reasons, right, they wanted to host the hijab so that
they could get a leg up with their tribe. Saturday mineral Bada is their equivalent, except sorry, the mineral by the will embrace the sun. And the prophets lie some said what and that's America, that people are like precious stones get out of Compton Jannetty era complete Islam, the best of you and the days of ignorance are the best of you and Islam, either fatty who if you have understanding. So you transfer those good qualities, you transfer those good traits and you polish them through a snap. So generosity was his traits. And everyone knew it in yesterday and outside of yesterday. So sadly, Minerva is the last person to become Muslim in this incident that we've spoken about for the
last five weeks. Most of them are made while the Allahu Taala and who comes to Medina, with us, Adam and Zolotow, the Allah Juan,
the first person to come to the house is who?
Who said the lady or the Allah Juan. Then comes Sarah even more if then sediment Avada hears about all this commotion going on. He shows up to the party. He says what's going on here? They say sit and listen to what this man has to say. Saturday. Oba is the last of this group to listen to Musab Well, the Allahu Anhu within that single day and become Muslim right away. So it is these five Musab Assad, who said and the two sides, these five that literally took Medina by storm with Islam, and they all became Muslim in one day. This is equivalent to Annabelle buck.
So the Columbia low tide animal, you know, recruited essentially made up six of the 10 promised paradise, because I'm Abeka all the low asleep did not just become Muslim. He went and he grabbed all of the others too. He grabbed it with normal, the low annual Padilha. So they had he grabbed others out of an oath and brought them to Islam within a day or two. So this is what happens. These five people are going to be responsible for Islam in the entirety of Medina and SubhanAllah. When the rumor got out as to what happened in yesterday, you know, before Twitter before someone posted it online. The news got back to Mecca, and one of the poets stood on Jebel Abiko. Bass, big mountain
on the outskirts of the huddle. Okay, there's a lot of parables about bass, you can Google a vocal bass, the mountain of vocal bass, huge mountain. He stood on it, and he shouted out and he says, For in Ustream, he said, Danny, your speaker Mohamed, don't be Nakata. Yaksha falafel. Mahalo.
If the two sides become Muslim, Mohammed sai Salam does not need to fear any of you. So he shouted it out. So obviously Qian went to him and said, What are you talking about? Who are the two sides he said Santos was saddle has Raj. The size of OHS being started to be more on the side of hazards being sad, even robot while the Allahu Taala and human so these two become Muslim. You're done. Mohamed Seisen doesn't need to fear you anymore. He's found a new home and this is exactly what's going to happen. So he comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In the second day of Aqaba, the second pledge of Acaba along with the 70 and he pledges to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam, and the prophets I said I'm appoints him as one of the 12 chiefs of Medina. And he's also looked at as sort of the overall leader of husbands and the unsought in general. Now, he has one thing that distinguishes him from all of the people that came from Medina, in this regard.
Remember, this was all happening in private in the days of Hajj. Okay, this whole pledge was happening. Without the Meccans. Knowing about it, there were some rumors that were starting to spread, but at the same time, they weren't aware of Bayer tilaka. They're not sure they don't really know what's going on. And this would have been a perfect opportunity to actually attack them. If the profit slice on them allowed them and some of the unsought wanted to go out and attack the Mexicans hold them hostage. They're not expecting it right now. It's the days of hedge. They don't know that. You have this huge group of Muslims now with you and the profit slice and I'm said I'm not mar.
Bizarrely, we were not commanded to do that. So this is all happening sort of privately right. Now when the Meccans get hold, they went after they went in pursuit of the people of yesterday. The only person they caught was Saturday. Oh, god.
Okay, so after battle acaba after the pledge of 70, of the unsought to the Prophet sighs Allah they went after all of them, the only person they could get a hold of beside them in a battle the Allahu Taala animal and they subjected him to all sorts of torture, all sorts of torture. sad little the Allahu Taala and
empathized with the Mahajan because he's the only unsavoury who was beaten like the misogyny, you know, all the stuff that happens below the law and on kebab rhodiola, tada, and when you go on and on, and on and on, he's the only one from the inside of that experience some of that, because they held him, they beat him, they tortured him. And they did all sorts of things to him. And he said, it went on and on and on and on. And how though the law manual describes this moment, he says that, you know, one of the days in my torture, I remember I was brought out in chains. And he said, I hadn't eaten for days or drank anything for days. So they dehydrated me. They starved me. And he said, the
super handsome man comes forward. Right? So imagine he's in chains. He's coming out. He said, The super handsome man comes forward, you know, mashallah, he has that type of face where like something finally is going to ease. So he said, I looked at this man. And I said, in Cana, Phil called me higher. If he had a Roger. He said, If there's any good in these people of Makkah, then it's going to be in this person. And he said, So he came close to me. And he said, I thought to myself that he was going to rescue me. But then he raised his hand and he smacked me as hard as anyone else did. Right? So like, it totally, totally did not meet my expectations. So he said, I said, Well, Allah,
He will call me Hi, there is no good in these people. Like if that guy is gonna beat me too. There's nothing left in these people. Right? So he's expecting this man seems so nice. He's gonna let me go and he just raises a hand smacks him right across the face. So sorry, I told the line who said he got on me and he started to beat me and they started to drag me. And he said, I was just saying
it. And then about Book Three. He comes to me book three and says, we hack. Woe to you. Don't you have any trade partner, anyone that owes you something in Mecca? To get you out of this? Any family? Like he's telling him like, get yourself out of this situation? Can't you invoke anybody? Right? So I didn't want to remember. He could invoke who Omiya
him in Omiya were friends. They had trade agreements, right? That's what protected him before. So he's saying, Don't you have anyone that you can call upon to get you out of this torture? So he said, to obligatory, he said, When Jubail even Moto M, Brd
would come to a threat, or an had been held, comes to a threat. I am their host, those two men when they come to you, they're very powerful names. And mecha. debater is, of course, a nobleman. So when they come to Mecca, I'm the one that hosts them. So have a look that he said, Let's go to Medina, Kobe Noma. Why don't you tell your torture is then looked at. He's like trying to give him advice while he's being tortured. Tell them about your relationship with those two. So he said I did different. So he said, then my persecutors they went to, they went to debate and they went to it had it and asked them if it was true. And both of them said, Indeed, this is our host, when we go to the
afternoon, Saturday rabada. So generous man, he's a noble man. And when we go to yesterday, when we go there, he's the one that hosts us. And he's the one that opens to us, and facilitates for us our trade routes and things of that sort. So they let them go. Finally, they let them go because he invoked the names of those two men. So sorry about that all the time, and who makes it back to ethics after the rest of the group after a long period of torture. And when the Prophet slicin makes hijra, and the prophets lie some does Maha he pairs off the brothers from the hygiene with the brothers from the answer. He pairs off to two sacrament rabada. He pairs off at McDonald's and
hubbub a lot while the Allahu taala. And Homer and my dad who last week we talked about again, right that that person from Ohio city that lit the fire under the feet of the Mahajan always, so the a lot of times noble companion, and none other than above and a lot of the Altana anthem. And both of them actually lived in the house of sacrament rabada for three whole years. So he hosted them for three years while they obviously were able to eventually
get up out of that situation and to have their own home. So this is now him in Medina.
He also because of his power, he and Abu Jana and a man by the name of Mundo had been among the Allahu Taala and they were the ones that actually were able to break the different idols that were left around in Medina so they were the ones that were given the instruction to go around and to break the rest of the idols that remain in Medina so the prophesy son comes to Medina sacramental battle of the Allahu Anhu has this position right and
the Prophet slice on recognizes this position
and before Abdullah bin obey been settled,
accepts Islam at face value because remember, he never really became Muslim. He only became Muslim when it was convenient to do so when he figured he can't if you can't beat them join them. Right so let me try to destroy them from within. So up until better he wasn't even pretending the mafia teen we're not even pretending to be muslims up until the battle right after bad did and they start to send some momentum. They then pretended to be muslims and to wreak havoc from within. So Abdullah No babe in saloon was still you know, sort of holding out.
And he's from the same tribe assignment roba. He's from Hazaragi. So some residual the longtail annually He gives us this narration to sort of give us the atmosphere of Medina at the time. He says the prophets I send them rode a donkey having a saddle with a velvet covering. And he put me behind him Asana was it was a little kid at the time. So he said he put me behind him. And we went to visit side of Nevada, or the law of Thailand. So we're on our way to visit Sergeant rabada. And while we're on our way to go visit Sardegna rabada. The Prophet slicin passes by a gathering and it was people surrounding of the love No babe and salute. Okay.
So he says that this gathering had some Muslims, it had some of the Mushrikeen and it had some of the Jews so it had some of the Muslims the policies and the Jews sitting together so it's a mixed gathering at the time. And they're sitting in the lab no beans in saloon is in the middle of that garden. So the prophets lie Selim he turned his he turned his donkey towards him. And he started to approach the gathering. So he says the love No babe and saloon, covered his nose with his upper garment. And he said, Learn to habito Elena. Like don't bother us with the
Just have your donkey
get away from us. Right So he's basically showing the prophets lie some away he's trying to humiliate him as he's the newcomer to Medina but he's making it about the donkey right? Prophets lie some didn't ride fine camels and fine horses, right? He's riding a donkey. So he's saying that to habito Elena go away from us, don't bother us with the dust of this donkey. To the prophets I send them he simply got off of the donkey. He walked towards them. He gave them Salaam
and the prophets I said to them, can I talk to you about Islam?
Will you hear me out?
And the prophets like some started to recite some of the verses of the Quran and he was about to do Dawa. Right so the prophesy some is beginning his Dawa to this group now remember the prophets license is the de facto leader of Medina at the time right but under the Law No babe in saloon is hostile and the profit slice on him is respecting that space. He's trying to win him over. He's trying to win over some of those people that are around him more importantly, so the profit slice I'm starts to recite the Quran. And he responds and he says to him, Listen, oh, strange man. He said fella to Xena be. Er first he says, If what you're saying is true, then then nothing is better than
what you are saying. But he said otherwise he said law to Lena be female. Listen, don't bother us in our gathering water Jerry roughly come from Angelica Fox's salah, he go back to your place and whoever wants to hear your message can come to you. We're not interested in hearing you. If what you have is good, then great. But don't bother us. We didn't ask you to come here and start talking to us about your message. So go back to where you you are and give those stories that you have. Right? When people come to you. Now the loving Raha or the Allahu Taala and was a Muslim, and he was in that gathering. So I'm loving Allah who stands up and he says yada, Allah, we want to hear what you
have to say. Then they started to fight all amongst each other. The Muslims in that gathering the the policies and that gathering the Jews in that gathering, they all started to fight amongst themselves about whether or not they wanted to hear the profit slice that I'm speak. As soon as I sell them. He simply quieted them down, made them calm. And then the prophets lie some said Salaam and he left them. So someone says we continued on our way to Saturday.
And when we got to Saturday, rabada the Prophet size seven says a sad LM Testament malerkotla For that, oh, sad, Have you not heard what above for that the love No babe and salute has said, and he said the other suit Allah, excuse him for now, because Allah has given to you what He has given to you. And he envies you for that. And he says the people of Medina had gathered around him, and they were just about to place the crown on his head. But then he was prevented by the truth which Allah subhanaw taala has given to you and He's grieving out of his hustle out of his envy. And this is why he's behaving in this way saying but also la Seisen give them some time. And inshallah Tata, he'll
come around, right but this is his tribesmen, right. And this sort of gives you the atmosphere of Medina at the time. Now as for our little delta, and he's gonna continue in the path of generosity. And there's a very interesting drop, because sadly, the law basically asked Allah subhanaw taala to be rich, but this is what he used to say. He used to say,
Allah Houma, heavily Hamden were heavily Majan la magia Illa, Allah for Allah Illa demand, Allah Allah, you'll see her Neil Khaleel wa sallahu Alayhi very interesting draw, he says, oh, Allah, allow me to be in a position of of goodness, allow me to be in a position of honor. And he's saying that there is no honor except in one that can give and you can't give unless you have money and he's saying, oh, Allah, I'm not fit for little nor is little fit for me. Like I need to still have my position. Yeah.
Don't take away my wealth. Yeah, Allah. I get it that some people have their path to Allah subhanaw taala. But he's saying yeah, Allah, I know myself. It'll be a fitna for me. It will be a fitna for me to be poor. So let me be in this position where I can still give and I can still be generous and I can still continue to serve. And Allah subhanaw taala granted him though, sadly, Allah Tada and who remained very wealthy. And he basically operated Medina soup kitchen. His kitchen, his place was open every single night. And subhanAllah on the day of hung up or during conduct, not the day of conduct. It was his reserve of tummo of dates and food that basically lasted for weeks for the
Muslim army before it ran out. So when they starved the last remaining storage that they had was actually what sad little the allow to Android store so he was the one that was spending on the people he was
The one that was taking care of the people. Now I've been seeing Rahim Allah Tata has another narration. He said can add a sofa, either amso in Pollock or Rajguru the luxury what Roger roger lane, what Raju Bill gemera. He said that when at nighttime every night you had Alice so for the people were sleeping in the medicine, which you asked about last week, and I promised I'll talk about who are as so fun. Why are there people in the masjid that are sleeping? Once Medina became a town that attracted people from all over the world, I had a sofa where the people that were coming and staying in the masjid until they got on their feet and could make their way they're not the
misogyny. They're not the poor amongst the unsought. They're the people from Yemen, the people from from other places around the Muslim world that are now coming to be a part of this community. And they're there for a temporary phase like alright, it'll be a long time until a burrito had his house next to the mess. Okay? So Anna sofa are these people in the masjid. They're basically temporarily homeless people in the masjid acts as a shelter for them. So I've been studying says every night a person would come and they take one person from a sofa to their house to serve them. Another man comes in he takes two of them to his house to serve them. And then another person who might be
generous, right? Might take a group with them. He said as society evolves over the allotted time, and he says, I'm sorry, I didn't rabada for county on Tahlequah, Befana Nene Kula Leila. Sarah used to take 80 People with him every night at so he'd go to the masjid. He basically take the whole group at pretty much mate. No was whoever was left after everybody else took someone home for the night. sad little the low. I know said come to my house. So every night he's got 80 People eating dinner with him. Right so that is the generosity of this man. And it continues. When Rasulullah Seisen came to Medina. He stayed in the house of who
we're going to talk about Him Who was the man that hosted the prophets. I summon his house in Medina,
about you Ansari or the Alon right who will have a full biography on and Chatelet island the time comes
once the Prophet Seisen went to about us house every single night someone would knock on the door and they'd have all these trays of food this is from sorry, I didn't know that.
And then they said that once the prophesy some established his homes that the buffet of Sarah used to follow the prophets like some to his homes
and also last like seven would donate and give and give and give what was being given to him. But Santo the Allahu Anhu insisted on basically following the prophets I send them with his food Sandra the Allahu Anhu was a man who loved to feed the people after Saddam weltering matam right spread Sudan and feed the people Sagamore Allah on who took on feeding the people as his his main his main identity was sad feeds the people it's a beautiful identity tab. And when Ramadan comes up Allah Allah we live in Ramadan May Allah allow us to live to see it. What's the drought that you say to someone after they feed you to break your fast at their home?
See mumbling can someone just tell me the drought from the beginning
after enactment Simon well I could atomic abroad or Allah Tala aka Malacca, right? So those who have observed their fast have broken their fast with you. And may Allah reward you for providing food for the pious and made the angel send their Peace upon you. By the way, we haven't had a series that will be coming out from Dr. Todd White Hafeet Allah Tala about Ramadan as the week before Ramadan he's going to cover the the neurons that we say in Ramadan and the deeper meanings behind them. This
is learned from the Prophet slice and I'm decided by little the alone because sad, basically brought the Iftar of the prophets lie some to him regularly.
And so the Prophet saw some finished eating his authority from Saturday Night rabada and he said to Sarah dinner bad after InDeck Masamune local taco bar was ALLAH Tala economica. So we learned this prayer from serendipity Roberto de la Putana. And who are the prophets I some two sided Minerva? Radi Allahu Taala Anna and there's this Subhanallah something very beautiful about this as well that one time sad little the Allahu Taala and collected the delicacies of 40 different animals and provided the prophets lies I'm barely eat right? I mean, barely used to eat. And he basically put the delicacies from these 40 animals in this big feast table in front of the prophets. I saw them
and also, as I said, Mahasaya said, What is this aside? He said, Yasser Allah, I took the best of all 40 of these animals so you could have the best of an eat from your field, whatever you don't want. I'll give it away in Charlottetown. But I want you to have first, the first the first bite of it. So you take what you want.
After you're done with the autosomal I'll take the rest of and I'll serve it to the people of Medina. Something that I read in the book Subhanallah that really the actually nasaka He narrates this in his study. He says that the mother of how to another sheet comes way later, right? How do I know she's the mother of how to negotiate. Her name was Hazel. Ron Hazel Ranch is a very famous woman, very noble woman. Remember how not to see this known for wealth and giving and this is kind of in his family. It was a family of royalty. So please run the mother of her own Rashid, when she heard this hadith, of what sad little the low tide and who did for the Prophet, slice alum, bringing
40 animals and saying total soulless ly solemn take from it what you want and then I'll give the rest of it but I wanted you to have your share of what you want from 40 different animals that she called for the descendants of savage she ordered for the descendants of Sacramento bother she said find me his descendants. And then she basically gave a huge share of her wealth to them. And she said none of you will ever be hungry in my lifetime. So I'm going to spend on all of you so no one from this family should ever be hungry because of the love of Sacramento bada all the Aloha anyone caring for our profits Isola. You notice Subhanallah with every one of these Sahaba there's a story
that comes later on or someone remembers them because it remembers them in good. Either the prophets like some or someone else. So imagine generations later. The mother of Holloman Rashid says wait a minute, where are the descendants of sacrament about I know they're around, bring them to me, gives them some wealth and says you can never be hungry in my lifetime because of this beautiful gesture from Sackville the Allahu Anhu to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and one time in fact terrible the law and got mad at double Beckett and Amato the Allahumma because the son case sad was on a business trip and face his son was giving away all of the money from the household and all of
the food and they basically told him you know, like hold on to some of it wait for your father to come back. So that he can tell you if this is okay right for you to give all of this and he was mad. He said Who are these two trying to turn my son into a behemoth unto a stingy person. Like this is our reputation we feed the people right so case his son he's teaching a son when it comes to feeding the flipchart take everything from our house constantly keep on feeding and giving and feeding and giving now sad there's a character he really is a character. I mean, he has some of the some of these these these moments with the profit slice of them that are very interesting. One of them.
Bass actually narrates he says I don't know sort of lie Sallalahu it was a llama female Zelena the prophets lie some came to visit us one day. So the prophets I some called out as salam aleikum wa rahmatullah
gave Salam. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.
So he said, My father responded a lot then sophea in a very low voice, right.
So case, I'm looking at my dad, and the Prophet sighs and goes with a slightly more elevated voice. Salam aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah
So he's like little Sula, sigh sunset of the third time, which was a sinner. Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah.
And the Prophet saw some started to walk away.
So he said, then Cerebro, the Lauryn Hill rush to the door and he went and he caught the prophets lie Selim. And he said the opposite Allah in the Quran to a smell test Lima. What do I think? He said that I heard you a messenger of Allah when you were saying Saddam and I was responding to a lot of them huffy, they took theater, Elena minister, and I was responding to you in a low voice because I wanted you to keep sending Salam on us.
So it was just saying in a low voice, he could keep on saying so now it comes down it comes
to hear it from you, over and over again to get the blessing of your Salaam. And that's why you have another special narration
where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one time was seen he went to the house of sad and again the house of sad is very prominent in Medina Subhanallah till now the Sufi was very prominent. He went to the house of Sarah and Rasulillah Salam
said salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah thermographer aiya de and then the Prophet sly, some raised his hands on the outside of his home and he said Allah Medina solo article or Hermetica, Allah said rabada and in one narration, early silent Oh Allah send your prayers and mercy on Saturday in his family like the Prophet slice I'm actually did it and they do at the forum sending the prophets like some sending kilowatts on him in his lifetimes. panela sending prayers upon him in his lifetime. He's also someone who we learn does Allah who hate on the prophets lie Selim mentioned about him just Allah Who Ansara and Hydra May Allah reward the unsought on our behalf and he specified
Saturday norba are the Allahu tyna. And so this is sort of the the mantra of sad right. That's one big part of his life. I want you to put on the side now, generosity
The second one sad was a very jealous man. extremely jealous man. Lita, you had a lot of honor a lot of jealousy he has that. That sort of royal personality, right, that noble personality. And so you have a narration which some of you might have heard before, but again, you got to piece it together. So you know, the personality that that's being spoken about. And the prophets, I said was trying to teach the ethics of criminal law right and had not being vigilantes and taking things into your own hands. So the prophets I mentioned are at Elijah Yeji, Duma, Marathi, he allegedly I have to, if a person finds you know, his wife, you know, committing Zina committing adultery should he kill him?
And the prophets I seldom said no, there has to be a process of this. So he said, Bella Yasuda Allah, He said, I swear Yasuda, La Bella, Allah Well, the better I can help you so messenger of Allah by the one who sent you with the truth.
And the prophets I send them said Ismail Edna Akuto. Say, Edie, come listen to what your chief is saying. And say I don't know the law and went on and he said, If I ever saw that happens, I don't know the law. And he starts talking about these different types of things. So before I say anything else, because I know how this works. I'm not justifying honor killings. We have a paper at Yaqeen Institute about the evil of honor killings. This was an expression of his honor and his jealousy, right, his Lita over his wife right over his spouse, like, you know, now I'm going to handle my business and cerebral dilla Anna said, Have I ever saw a situation like that? And he pointed to the
sharpest part of the sword. He says being handled with this, I'm not waiting on anybody.
And also harbor like, oh my god, you know, how can you say that in the presence of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam said attach a bone and Leila t shirt. Are you amazed by the honor of sad oh, by the way, go back to Allah loves one of the episodes Allah loves honor it's not jealousy in the like crazy madman sense. Okay. It's a sense of honor and protection. It's something that's noble, not something that's crazy, right? Which is how it's often used today. brisa Tachibana Merida decide. Are you amazed by the honor of sat over his family and he says what law he learned earlier Minho will love earlier Romney said, I have more data than side, I have more honor and protection over the
believers than sad and Allah has more than that. Okay, so this protective sense of the family in this protective sense of people this is this is a noble characteristic, but it's added to the law on who, of course, was was talking about, you know, the sense of, you know, his his own position, his own power and things of that sort. Okay, so that's one thing about sad little the low tide I know, as well. Now, another incident where you see sad, the proud man, in the sense of some of those traits is one the profit slice and I'm his daughter, Zainab Radi Allahu Taala and when her son was dying,
and Rasulullah saw Salam went to visit his grandchild. And when the prophets I saw them held his grandchild Rasulillah Salam went with Sadie roba and more Adam and Jebin so we know the prophets I saw them crying over his his own son Ibrahim, this is the profit slice I'm crying over his grandson. So the prophets lie some holds his grandson and as he is holding his grandson starts to cry sad says to the Prophet, so I said yes, Ilana haha what is this?
What is this we're not used to this right? Remember these? These people had these certain like customs and traits, right? So crying was, wait a minute, what's happening here? Now how they are similar. And he is the one who narrated when the Prophet slice of them said had the rough Mattoon Jalla Allah Hafiz. KHUDOBIN everybody, we're in Mr. Yahama LA home in a body hit Rihanna, that this is a mercy that Allah has put in the hearts of His servants and Allah has mercy on those who show mercy. So this is a praiseworthy treat. The Crying the compassion that we have over those people is something that Allah subhanaw taala puts in our hearts. Okay, so this is this gives you a little bit
of the prototype of side little Dylon alright, and the personality of said Remember, we'll say it, as I say it's
about a very different personalities, each one of them has a very different type of personality. In any case, even our boss will the Allahu Taala and Homer says that the prophets lie Selim in every battle. So now we get to some of the instance of the Sierra every battle the prophets lie some had the more hygiene behind one banner, and the Ansara behind another banner. He said that the banner of the Mahajan would be carried by it, it'll the low tide and the banner of the unsought would be carried by Saturday Vinoba or the Allahu taala. And why because Assad passed away sadly even more as passed away. So especially after a sad and sad passed away, Saturday, the Oba is looked at as
Say the unsung, the leader of the unsought as a whole, not just the leader of hazards anymore, but the leader of the unsought as a whole. Now, he participates in most of the major battles, the the only dispute is whether or not he missed better because there's a narration that he was stung by a snake. And he was very sick. So he did not participate in embedded, but we find him in some of the other incidents one of them remember, as we said, and of course, as Ramadan is coming up, it's time you know, for us to think about forgiving one another that there was an incident and Hadith a terrific the slander of it shall the low tide and he was the one who stood up. And in response to
side more outside even more, I stood up and said, Whoever slandered it should have the law on her. If he is from us, we'll take care of him. And even if he's from has lunch, we'll take care of her. And sorry about that. He took he you know, he got stirred up. And he says, The one who narrates and she says, May Allah forgive him. Like he got caught in the moment. May Allah forgive law for Allah, Huda. And he stood up and he told them no, you're you know, you're not touching us. I mean, you're not touching kazekage. Right. And we'll take care of hundreds and we'll take care of us.
And then Sarah, did Murad calls out yeah, I've not Oh, since our element robotic calls up I've not heard Raj and that's where the fight starts to happen, the sons of Osa and the sons of hazards they start to argue in quarrel amongst themselves. So as part of the external enemy, could not cause them to divide. But the internal fitna distracted them in a crucial moment, right, which shows you that that is always something that can paralyze the people. He also
you know, make some mistake in fact Tameka in the conquest of Mecca.
Now, the prophets lie Selim, when he's coming forth in Mecca.
He has the misogyny and he has the unsought, right. How many people came with the Prophet sai sermon in Fattah Mecca and the conquest of Mecca 10,000. So, about 4000 of those 10,000 were unsolved. But 4000 of those 10,000 were unsolved. About 700 of them were Mahajan. And the rest of them made up to people that became Muslim and you know, after amicable food after the year of the delegation, the other Muslims that had joined in Medina, so the unsalted makeup the larger group, right, the inside makeup, the larger group. Now when they're marching forward, Kylie Jenner literally alone I know has one banner with the misogyny side even though the low tide I know as the other banner of the
unsought and so I didn't know about that was the one who shouted out that today is the day of revenge.
Today we will make the Haram halaal in that we will we're going to take revenge on these people.
Abu Sufian heard that he complained to the prophets I saw them now remember, I didn't know about the law and who was the one on sorry, who was tortured
right by the misogyny
and when I was a fan complained to the profit slice on the profit side some did not humiliate sad. He said after I started he said sir, I'd made a mistake. He took the banner from Zach he gave it to it all the Allahu Anhu that's it. So it's now cotton ID that are leading the the with the banners of the prophets of Allah I sent him in one narration is available the allotted time, as well. So certainly along had that strong personality but it came into benefits in many different parts of the life of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And it was him while the Allahu Tada and in the famous incident after photo mecca of her name, where the prophets lie some called side because he's
the leader of the unsought. There is no more si than Zara there is no side of Murad, and he sets aside the mineral about what is it that I'm hearing from the unsought about them thinking something?
And Sarah Minerva was the one who told the profit slice um, that the answer are saying that we gave up our lives through yellow soda law. And the Mexicans are coming Mahajan. I'm sorry, these these later people. They weren't mad at the Mahajan. They were mad at the later people, and you're giving them from the spoils of war. So he's the one who actually shares that with the profit slice I'm and also loss. I'm Assad. And what about you? What about you? He said in the manner Rajaram. And for me, I'm a man of my people, meaning I feel the same way.
And he's the one who the prophets lie, some says to gather the unsought in one tent. Where that infamous converse with that famous conversation takes place where the prophets lie Selim says, what is it that I'm hearing from you? Oh, I'm sorry.
And the Prophet SAW Salem tells them that I'm going to be returning back with you to Medina. So this is the role that started the Minerva although the Allahu Taala anthem is playing now in the end of the life of the prophet slice and I'm Subhanallah
it's it's very interesting. Before the Prophet sighs
Got Sick Saturday, nobody got sick.
Before the prophets lie, some got sick in his last days, sacramental battle the Allahu Taala and who got sick. And it was during that illness that even Amaro, the Allahumma says the prophets lie some went to visit Saturday norba so he wasn't sick yet sad was sick.
And he said he took with him I've definitely been sad, because I beloved Massoud, so some of the leaders of the companions to go visit sad in the Suceava in that area, now when you go to Medina, I want you to connect to that place over and over and over again, right so sad was in the Suceava, and he was very sick.
And also hola Salam entered and he saw the side was between consciousness and unconsciousness, meaning he was going in and out.
And the prophets lie Selim asked a Qatada as he died Ocado has he died has he died and they told the profit slice and him that he's in and out of consciousness and the profit slice some burst into tears it's kind of like the prophets lie some is crying over saddle the low I know just because sad the sick. I want you to see the LACMA, the heart of your messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So binaural the low on Houma says the caner we cried from the book out of the profit slice I'm like he cried so much the tears were flowing from the profits isin we knew how much he loves side of Minerva
and so we started to cry out of his crying
and then we said to the Prophet sighs them you know one time remember it was sad is asking the prophets I said how the Why are you crying? Like we're not used to this? You know why are you crying? And hear the Sahaba they see the passion of the prophets lie some love of the Prophet sighs I'm the emotion of the prophets lie so I'm over say the answer. The leader of the unsub side of the bed. So they said the other sort of law what do we do is this is this okay? And the prophets lie some said in the Lucha Libre your ID will be denominated in whether because nickel will lock in your ID will be whether he said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that Allah does not punish for the tears of
the eyes, nor for the pain of the heart. But he punishes for what this mean similar to what He taught. Salalah Aarnio said when his son passed away, that in an email attachment when caliber Leah hasn't the Eisah tears, the heart feels grief, but we don't say except that which is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala the Prophet slicin is basically telling the Sahaba cry as much as you want.
Cry as much as you want. This is the document that put in your heart. And this is by the way in Bihar and Muslim they knew the status of Southern Nevada with the Prophet slice I'm really on that day.
Like for the Prophet slice them to be that emotional over his sickness was very moving to them. And subhanAllah Rasul Allah sai Sam gets sick.
And Sarah missed the sickness of the prophets lie son with his own sickness. So Sarah was in the sativa dying the prophesy son was in his message of dying, right his home, dying in the house of actual the law of Thailand. So the people were between the oddity sand was the oddity of Sunni law his ally, so I'm visiting the two waiting for the news of the Prophet slicin. Um, can you imagine how debilitating that is in Medina as well also adds another, another layer of grief to them, right? Obviously the prophets lie some is their object of love and ultimate emotion and adoration, but sad the sick the prophets lie some is sick, this seems to all be falling apart, right? So there between
the two houses, but of course the main focus is on the prophets lie Selim. And Allah subhanaw taala would decree that also last lesson would die and sorry though the Allahu Tada and who would live this was the decree from that. So before the prophets liason got sick, he went to visit side and cried over his sickness, sad little the law and who would recover and the prophesy some would pass away. Now, once the prophesy some dies
in the Suceava of Bensoussan into the unsolved we're about to appoint sorry about that, as the Khalifa of the Muslims. Once you know how significant of a manases
they were about to appoint him as the Khalifa
and the prophesy sums, we'll see, was clearly to go back to the so called the law of town and who specifically and Quraysh. Right, but the unsought you know, this is new territory for them. The prophets license passing away. So they knew Oh, Scotland's, they knew the leaders amongst them. They're about to give their allegiance to Sarah Bader or the Allahu Taala Anna. So Abu Bakr and Omar and abora Bader Jara go to Spotify to basically solve the problem and you you remember a while back and all the Allahu Anhu is the unparalleled leader of the people when amaro de la and who is shouting in the masjid? That whoever says the Prophet Seisen is dead I'm going to kill him. Everyone
gathers around a little back on the lawn so I will Beckett can solve the problems and we'll back it on the lawn can
Walk into any gathering. And he can Subhanallah with his hikma with his wisdom, stop anything, right or move anything in the way that needs to be moved. So a lot of the A lot of times, you know, he described his situation. So we went there, he said, I was going to speak with them everything I was gonna say, I'll go back and all the follow on who said it, and he said it better because I would have lost the unsought
meaning I would have come in a little bit aggressive.
And I would have lost the unsought. I'll be back. It'll be a lot of time on her with this hikma with his wisdom, with his tone with his, with his posture. Back. It'll be a low tide on who? He comes to them. And he sits amongst them. And the discussion ensues about who's going to lead after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. At one point, they say, how about this min Amin woman come I mean,
you will point your leader the Mahajan aim will point our leader from the inside.
That's not what the profit slice i wanted to already have a split on my now. This is how they used to function as Osen hazards and they killed each other off right. So how about we appoint one from our side one from your side. We'll have one from the Mahajan one from the inside
and Abubakar or the allow to Anna
as he's sitting with them, Sandro the Allahu Taala and who says Don't you remember when the Prophet Seisen said low silicon NASA the UN was allocated Ansari Guadiana select two ideal answer that if the people went in a direction and the answer went in the direction I would take the value of the unsought
but I will back it will the low tide and who reminded them that the profit slice of them said that Quraysh will have to handle for Barbara NASS. terbang libertarian, that Quraysh is to inherit this summer, this this affair of the prophets I saw them that the prophets lie some had basically given all of the indications that it should continue amongst the misogyny in this regard right now, saddle the Allahu Taala and who responds and he says so duct national was Allah wa intimate Amara,
you've told the truth. You are the Amara, you are the leaders and we are the was Allah was a lot being like where the where the prime ministers and you're the leaders. Right? So you're right. This should be amongst the Mahajan. And we will follow and that's where we saw will say that laid his beautiful speech last last week when he talked about it when it was a little the low tide or two weeks ago. And I will say that on the low end who said we were the inside of the profit slice. I mean, he was Mahajan. We will be on sort of the Khalifa of the profit slice on the way we were his unsolved other bucket or the law. And we said, so I've got two men, I'm not an abort beta, and you
give your Baotou either one of them. They're like, what? I'm gonna do low tide. And he was like, No, this is not happening. And then all of them agree on our bucket list. So definitely Allahu taala. And that was where the pledge of Khilafah went to Abeka. So they follow the low tide. And now you read a lot of narrations about discomfort and, you know, if people were upset coming out of that gathering, but the point is to the credit of Seidman or that little the allotted time, even if there was conversation at that time, there was no rebellion from the unsought there was no rebellion in Medina against doubleback. A study called the Law No, the United hon Beckett or the Allahu Taala in
a very troubling time trying to figure out what they're going to do after the most paralyzing loss of the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so I know that Arusha is coming up so I'll try to rush through the rest of this inshallah Tada. So sorry, though the a lot of time afterwards. He lived a relatively quiet life in a sham after that, and he passes away in a sham. And there are multiple narrations about his passing away. But none of them have a Sahir Santa to them. So all we know is that he passed away, in in Rolpa, in a sham May Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for the people of volta specifically. And of course, the people of Sham Allah Amin and his son face goes on
to become a famous general and warrior in Islam. Now, what is his legacy? And this is something that I really wanted to end on because it's so beautiful and powerful, what is his legacy? Beyond the personality beyond this huge personality and life of the prophet slice of them, and I want you to understand and appreciate the greatness of the prophets Isom as a leader. He did not try to break people or mold them in a way that would be an opposition to what their natural disposition was the profit slice and I'm benefited and grew them in their genius, like the profit slice and didn't try to make high level the Allahu Anhu less of a warrior. He didn't try to break the leadership of Sidon
Obata he didn't try to mold a bucket into Ramadan Ramadan tell the bucket the Prophet size son was able to accommodate these personalities and create this perfect community right. So what is it about sad little the law no afterwards that is his greatest legacy. Subhanallah all of the Hadith
survived him about him, or that he narrates have to do with his mom.
All of the headaches of Saturday mineral data are about his mom. And in a very specific way
his mother's name amre didn't miss Earth or the Allahu Anhu converted to Islam.
She died while Sarah was on an expedition with the prophets I saw them on the expedition of Duma sad was very close to his mom. It's panela this man loved his mother. so adamant about this love for his mother was a beautiful relationship. Okay, so when they were out in Duma sad got the news while they were in the battle, that his mom passed away.
He was so sad.
So hurt so it comes to the Prophet slice alum. And he says yeah, rasool Allah in massage.
You know, the sort of law the mother of side passed away, or any herbal into Salia Alia, I want you to pray on her. You know, she died in Medina. And we're out in battle. So they're obviously not going to hold her out. They they washed her and they pray, Jenna's on her and I want you to pray on her Yasuda.
So the profit slice and I'm told them I will and when they got back to Medina I'm sorry. There's one of those people who the profit slice I'm redid her Janessa not that the first one was invalid. Right but that the profit slice and I'm added to the blessing where he went with sad and they preyed on her once again, separately. And this is where these narrations just get really beautiful.
Sarah asks about the last moments of his mother What was she saying? What was it like? So they said that we went to her and we said to her, you know OC give your will. You inherited a lot of property right a lot of wealth this was a rich family. So give your wife see
she said female will see in the metamodel madam sad I don't want to give any more see it just give it all the sad he'll know what to do with it.
Right like I love it because sad was known to take on this identity of generosity whatever they had he spent it for Allah subhanho wa Taala
and this was the last thing that sad hears that his mother said to give the will sia female OC I was you know give the give the money to sad. So when sad heard that, he went to the Prophet SAW Selim, he said he understood Allah Henley and Pharaoh her and utter sadhaka Anna on Messenger of Allah is going to benefit her if I give Subak on her behalf. So the prophets i Some said yes. So he started to take the best of their gardens. And he started to take the best of their wealth and he started to say this is from sad. This is from sad. This is from sad. This is from sad. He starts donating all that's left over for his mother. And another Hadith he comes to the prophets lie some he says jasola
If my mother made an oath, and she died without fulfilling it, can I fulfill it on her behalf? The profits licensor actually here I'm gonna go ahead and fulfill it on her behalf. So we learn about giving subject on behalf of our parents from side to mineral rather than his mom. We learn about fulfilling the oats and the depths of our parents from sad didn't roba and his mom. And finally, the most famous narration of Saturday's battle the LA Times I know. He comes to the profit slice um, and he says jasola Matt, it's only my mother passed away for a year sadati of one. What's the best charity I can give on her behalf? I'm trying to figure out what I can keep on giving on her behalf.
So Sula sigh Sam said Elena water.
So sad little the Allahu Taala and he started to dig the wells and he said, he will miss that. This is for the mother said the hadith of building a well, on behalf of your parents comes from Saudi mineral data. This is actually the narration Subhanallah how many people in Ramadan will build wells for their parents
that are either high or fairly. The one who guides to good is like the one who does it. This is the reward of Allah to the generous that he set a precedence of generosity that continues after he passes away, but all the Allahu Taala and may Allah have mercy on him and be pleased with him and all of the unsought of our beloved messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in sha Allah after Ramadan will start at some point and we'll go to on Sunday the mother of Anissa dramatic and the family of understood nomadic may Allah be pleased with them all. does not come a little hater. I know we're at the time have a shot so we'll skip the questions for tonight. Subhanak llama Hamburg Edward Island a
stockbroker to Lake wa salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.