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The Humilty And Compassion Of The Messenger – Shaykh Riyadh Ul Haq
An Excerpt from the Lecture, ‘Victory & Farewell: A TafsÄ«r of SÅ«rat 110 – al-Nasr – Shaykh Riyadh ul Haq’
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How to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam enter the city. Imagine a lot.
This is a city that persecuted him.
that drove him and his followers out
that unlawfully, after driving them out came their homes, their possessions.
This is a city, that man that tortured some of his followers murdered many of them
without, without any provocation. This was a city that fought against him that raised other tribes and instigated them inside of them against him that laid siege to his city of Medina. This was a city that headed a constant battle against them a war for years on and now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is re entering the city, not as a refugee, not as someone who fled not in fear, but as an all outright conqueror. How does he enter the city of Mecca? What does he say? What does he do? He divided his army into four groups. They enter the city in four factions.
Some of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu were intent on revenge, because they were
impassioned by what they have suffered and experience over all these years. And some of them made a few comments
such as today is the final battle. The great battle, when some of the British non Muslims came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and said to him, this is what some of your followers are saying. This will last on the law legal some of them said he made a play on the words. The words of the great battle were Malema that today is the day of Mohammed the great battle. prophets in the law. It was some said no, today is not the day of great melodrama. Today is a day of Matt hammer. He changed alarm to our meaning today is not the day of the great battle. Today is a day of mercy and compassion. He declared a general amnesty.
Whoever takes refuge in the city in emotional harm is safe. Whoever takes refuge in the grand House have also found is safe. Wherever takes refuge with any of the Muslims are safe. Wherever any of the Muslims give gives protection refuge to anyone. They are safe, wherever does not raise arms is safe. Whoever puts down his weapons is safe. It was a general amnesty, but only people who died after that in battle with those who actually fought against the Muslims. Despite the general amnesty of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
They approached How did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam enter the city of Mecca as a conqueror? Allahu Akbar. He entered with his head
hung and bowed so low, that his noble head was almost touching the Horn of a subtle
in humility, in submission.
A man stood quaking before him.
And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pacified him, calmed him and told him
there is no need for you to fear me. I am but the son of a woman who used to eat dried me.
remembering his mother.
They stood before him and they said, Oh, one of us one of the fellow grace, we aren't your mercy and disposal. What will you do to us today?
Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam said that the free valet como yo, yo la Hola, como el Amin. Today I say to you, what Yusuf Alayhi Salaam said to his brothers. today. There is no reprimand against you. Allah will forgive your sins.
And indeed, He is the Most Merciful of those who can show this. There was a general amnesty, no bloodshed, the only fighting that took place. out of the four groups the four factions of the army, it was only the faction of hard to believe which which experienced a bit of fighting by a few people who resisted, otherwise, there was no fight.
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam declared a general amnesty. He left everything as it was even the keys of the garba it will be a lot more and tried to take the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded him to return the keys of the Kaaba to the family that was responsible for them.