» Earn on-going rewards and help us do more! «

The Ordeal Of Sincere Repentance Part 4

share this pageShare Page
Riyadul Haqq

Channel: Riyadul Haqq

Episode Notes

Episode Transcript

© No part of this transcript may be copied or referenced or transmitted in any way whatsoever. Transcripts are auto-generated and thus will be be inaccurate. We are working on a system to allow volunteers to edit transcripts in a controlled system.


00:00:00--> 00:00:01

Salam Alaikum

00:00:10--> 00:00:11

when I was looking

00:00:13--> 00:00:18

to see the outline in a major law firm within the home in your political folder

00:00:19--> 00:00:25

want to show you no law who Agricola she's gonna want to show that

00:00:26--> 00:00:40

to who are super sallallahu alayhi wa on the heels of Baraka was the limit Sleeman theorem cathedra. My biographer we live in a shape on for gene spiller.

00:00:42--> 00:00:49

In Allahumma, Ecuador who used to be using the vena cava he was

00:00:51--> 00:00:51

a lot

00:00:53--> 00:00:56

wider than hermit comas. Later on I brought him

00:01:00--> 00:01:01

along with

00:01:09--> 00:01:10

prospective listeners

00:01:11--> 00:01:13

so they want to lie.

00:01:17--> 00:01:21

We gather once again for the study and

00:01:22--> 00:01:29

commentary of the famous hadith of garbage nomadic or the alarm from sorry, horrible Harvey.

00:01:32--> 00:01:34

We've had a break of

00:01:37--> 00:01:38

approximately a month.

00:01:39--> 00:01:40

So

00:01:42--> 00:01:44

allow me to recap.

00:01:47--> 00:01:49

This is a very famous Hadeeth

00:01:50--> 00:02:06

recorded by number hardy in history and by many others in their collections of headings from the famous companion garbled mnemonic of the last one who was an unsavoury companion from the Medina to munawwara.

00:02:07--> 00:02:09

He was a poet and a man of letters.

00:02:11--> 00:02:14

One of the earliest believers

00:02:15--> 00:02:16

from Medina.

00:02:17--> 00:02:19

He actually embraced

00:02:21--> 00:02:24

before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did he jump to Medina

00:02:26--> 00:02:29

he was very close Companion of the Messenger of Allah,

00:02:30--> 00:02:36

accompanying him on many of the prophets of Allah, ecosystems, journeys and expeditions

00:02:38--> 00:02:39

in the known few of

00:02:42--> 00:02:45

the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

00:02:46--> 00:02:52

decided to march north in the direction of

00:02:53--> 00:02:54

Byzantine Ra.

00:02:58--> 00:03:06

with the intention of launching a preemptive strike against the Byzantine forces and the

00:03:08--> 00:03:11

Arab allies known as the asides.

00:03:13--> 00:03:15

There were many precursors

00:03:16--> 00:03:17

to this expedition.

00:03:21--> 00:03:26

Many reasons why the prophets in the law, it was seldom decided to embark on this pre emptive

00:03:28--> 00:03:28

expedition.

00:03:31--> 00:03:33

It was a matter of urgency,

00:03:34--> 00:03:42

of great gravity and seriousness, so much so that the prophets of the law it was a little contrary to his earlier custom.

00:03:43--> 00:04:14

He actually announced the direction of travel. And he made it clear to the companions, what his intentions were, which direction he was going to travel in, and what kind of enemy and what numbers or numbers of forces they he would be facing. All of this was because of the gravity and seriousness of this particular expedition. As a result he expected

00:04:15--> 00:04:17

and he considered it an obligation

00:04:18--> 00:04:29

on the believers to accompany him to a company and that no able bodied person, not able bodied man should remain behind.

00:04:30--> 00:04:41

In fact, this was the reflection of the verse of the Quran in which last panel what Allah says, Makana Liang Medina dieleman Hola. rrr and yet the hunger for others.

00:04:42--> 00:04:44

When I see him and the

00:04:46--> 00:04:52

law says, it is not permissible. It is not lawful for the people of Medina

00:04:53--> 00:04:56

and for those betterman who surround them

00:04:59--> 00:04:59

that they run

00:05:00--> 00:05:01

Behind

00:05:02--> 00:05:04

from the Messenger of Allah,

00:05:05--> 00:05:08

when I when I will be emphasizing

00:05:09--> 00:05:15

and it is not lawful for them, that they give preference to themselves overhead.

00:05:18--> 00:05:31

So, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam expects of the believers to join him, and they did. However, just prior to his departure, the number of

00:05:32--> 00:05:57

believers came to him who are genuine and sincere and who who had valid excuses and reasons. They, they sought his permission to take leave and remain behind profits. A lot of it was Adam Grant them permission. hypocrites also approached and very sarcastically

00:05:58--> 00:06:00

sought his permission to remain behind.

00:06:02--> 00:06:06

And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave them permission also, but they will land.

00:06:08--> 00:06:30

Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam eventually departed. However, upon his departure, some companions were very few in number, they failed to join him. Some of them managed to catch up with him a day to a few days later, but others out of weakness and

00:06:31--> 00:06:32

failure to make

00:06:33--> 00:06:46

sufficient preparations. And through procrastination, they fail to join him. There were approximately 10 of them. And seven of them

00:06:48--> 00:06:59

they realize their mistake, when the province of the law it was sent and returned. They tied themselves to the pillars, and they made their repentance very public.

00:07:00--> 00:07:15

A lot more than I reveal verses of the poor and excusing them and accepting their repentance. There were three companions out of those who were sincere believers and not hypocrites, and who weren't given permission to remain behind

00:07:17--> 00:07:32

who did not make their repentance and remorse public. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam returned, unlike the other seven, they didn't fasten themselves to the pillars, but they came to him in person and made the apologies.

00:07:34--> 00:07:42

However, last panel who were there that did not immediately accept their repentance, and their matter was deferred.

00:07:43--> 00:07:47

So these were ultimately four groups in this whole

00:07:48--> 00:08:16

expedition, and its aftermath that emerged four groups amongst the people of Medina and the Bedouin, who surround they were one leaves and see a group of believers. The immigrants and the inside of the Mahajan on the inside will join the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam law praise them in the Quran, Matt referred and explained to refer to those verses and explain them before. The second group was that of the hypocrites.

00:08:17--> 00:09:01

Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke of them and condemned them again I've related the verses and commented on them in detail. The third group was of those seven people who failed to join the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam repented made their apologies and they made their remorse and repentance very their parents very public. A lot they tied themselves Allah azza wa jal accepted their repentance and forgave them. And the fourth group was of this was of these three individuals who did not tie themselves or did not make their repentance public and they were not hypocrites, but they were sincere believers. So when they came and apologized a lot deferred their repentance and their

00:09:01--> 00:09:03

matter until

00:09:05--> 00:09:19

a law tested them. This is the story of this final group, and it consisted of three people cabin nomadic, loving your loved one. What are Robbie rhodiola and Hilary? knowmia

00:09:20--> 00:09:32

they're all sincere believers. The narrator of the story of his own story is gambled, nomadic, whether your loved one as I said he was a poet and a man of letters.

00:09:34--> 00:09:42

So can be a lot more than a poet and a man of letters he relates very beautiful and long heavy, which we

00:09:43--> 00:09:48

who study we began and inshallah we will continue today

00:09:49--> 00:09:59

we reach the section in which govern the monocle the alarm it explains that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from the journey and he went

00:10:00--> 00:10:10

make his apologies prior to his arrival, dabbled in the monocle, viola and became very anxious. And he began

00:10:15--> 00:10:28

thinking and planning ahead and actually planning what to say to the messenger Salalah It was one of them, and the thought of lying to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and making false excuses to cross his mind.

00:10:32--> 00:10:53

Eventually, though, he said, as Imam Abu Bakr Ibn Abi shaybah, Allahu Allah relates in his Muslim life. That is one of the words of gamma monocle, the Allahu Akbar, that I convinced myself and I resolved to speak the truth. For I knew with conviction,

00:10:54--> 00:10:59

lying genie in the only the truth will save me.

00:11:01--> 00:11:07

So he went, and he told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Messenger of Allah, I have no excuse.

00:11:08--> 00:11:13

I was never wealthier and never more able, and never healthier

00:11:15--> 00:11:22

than I was, than I am. And then I was at the time of your departure. Prior to this,

00:11:24--> 00:11:26

I had never seen the day you went, I had two

00:11:27--> 00:11:43

animals of transport. But I've managed to secure two animals at the time of your departure, sort of messenger of Allah, I have no excuse. And I will not say to you what others have said.

00:11:45--> 00:11:47

prophets of the love it was one of them.

00:11:51--> 00:12:14

He rose and left. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to those who had gathered that asked for him, he has spoken the truth. And this was a reference to the others. But in contrast to the others who have lied, he has spoken the truth. Allah has deferred his matter. When he left

00:12:18--> 00:12:19

members of his clan

00:12:20--> 00:12:21

accosted him,

00:12:23--> 00:12:26

and said to him that, what have you done?

00:12:27--> 00:12:37

Why couldn't you just say what the others have said, so that the messenger of law would have accepted your plea and excuse just as he accepted the plea and excuse of the others.

00:12:38--> 00:12:44

So they remain persistent. And they persistently

00:12:45--> 00:12:51

advised him and actually tried to convince him to retract his words.

00:12:52--> 00:13:10

And again, underpressure, garbled mnemonic for the loved one who says that, I felt the urge to go back to the Messenger of Allah and belie myself ie the pressure was so immense and this is what pressure does.

00:13:11--> 00:13:17

Government a monocle the alarm was not an intelligence. nor was he

00:13:19--> 00:13:22

we can speech nor was the inarticulate,

00:13:24--> 00:13:38

who was a man of great eloquence, he was able to convince an entire army, he was able to convince entire tribes with his speech. He was a mountain of forceful poetry.

00:13:39--> 00:13:45

And in fact, this is what his clan said to him. They said, You are a potent

00:13:46--> 00:14:18

and you are a bold poets, a man of forceful words. He said, I am a poet, but not insulted. Me, I cannot lie. But the point that I'm making here is imagine the pressure and this is what pressure does. So a man who was as intelligent, as capable, as articulate, as focused, as present minded, as Gabriella monochromatic Allah, Who could compose long poems, spontaneously and

00:14:19--> 00:14:20

without preparation,

00:14:22--> 00:14:31

impromptu, he wavered. And he became confused, to the extent that he said,

00:14:32--> 00:14:52

I actually thought of going back to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and belying myself rejecting myself meaning going to him and telling him imagine how this would have been and saying on messenger of Allah, what I said to you earlier, was a lie. And now I've come back to speak the truth.

00:14:55--> 00:14:59

But, again, his faith is cset

00:15:00--> 00:15:01

It saved.

00:15:03--> 00:15:24

And he confronted his clan. And all of those who were trying to, or pressuring him to retract his confession. And to retract his plea, he confronted them and said to them firmly, but I will not commit to sin, I will not commit sin upon sin.

00:15:26--> 00:15:36

In that one, I will simply not joining the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and to I do not wish to be sinful again by lying to the messenger.

00:15:38--> 00:15:40

So, He then said to them,

00:15:42--> 00:15:46

is there anyone else who faces the same dilemma aside?

00:15:48--> 00:16:09

Is there anyone else who is in the same predicament and position as I am? So, his clan informed him that yes, there are two people. Well, Robbie, and Hilary Amaya of the Allahumma. So when he heard their names, he says, the people mentioned to me to pious men, who had both been present in the Battle of birth.

00:16:12--> 00:16:17

So he says, I then realized that in then, is a suitable example for me to follow.

00:16:20--> 00:16:22

So this is where we ended.

00:16:23--> 00:16:26

So he says for the good old era julaine, sorry,

00:16:27--> 00:16:33

check it out. So they mentioned to meet three pious men who are both being present in bed, in the back sort of

00:16:34--> 00:16:35

feed him out.

00:16:36--> 00:16:40

In them was an example to follow.

00:16:41--> 00:17:15

They were ones who I could emulate. As I've mentioned before, the veterans of but were considered the elite amongst Muslims that always and I've mentioned a number of narrations in that regard. So I won't repeat myself, Governor monocle, the Allahu and had not been present in the Battle of butter. But still, he was also younger than both what I would have never been in and out of normal. He was youngest of the three. So he said I could look up to them. And I could follow their example. Why should I go back and lie?

00:17:16--> 00:17:49

But I have with me Morocco, Ruby, and Hara Romania, how the Allahumma. They are both pious men, despite their piety, despite their being amongst the elite of the Muslims, despite there being veterans are better. If Allah is testing in the same way, then I will align myself with them, and I will be tested alongside them. And they have spoken the truth, and they are willing to bear the consequences of their sincere confession. I will do the same.

00:17:52--> 00:17:57

For my weight cleaner, the Kuru family. So I then walked away.

00:17:59--> 00:18:26

When they mentioned these two names to me, Morocco, Ruby, Romania, or the Allahumma. Again, they were just like gamma romantic love the loved one. They were sincere believers but had failed to join the prophets of Allah Almighty who send them on this expedition. What were their reasons? Were out of the blue Ruby will be a lot of fun. He had an orchard. And as I said, this expedition

00:18:27--> 00:19:23

began in the month of Rajan, we are in the month of Rajab, now. So in the name of Hitler 14 126 years ago in this month. Luckily, the Sadat or Sarah left the Medina munawwara, in the company of over 30,000 companions, from the Allahu northwards on this expedition, which eventually came to be known as the as the walk, the expedition of the walk will never be the LA one. Despite being as you say, a Muslim on this occasion. It was the month of Roger. But as far as the season was concerned, it was OT and this was the peak and Prime Time for the people of Medina, to pluck their fruits to reap the harvest.

00:19:24--> 00:19:35

So and what they would normally do is that they would return retreat to their orchards and to their fields, and actually camped there for a while.

00:19:37--> 00:19:47

In the cool shade, and in water in running water. So Moroccan Arabic, Allah, Allah and he also had a garden he also had an orchard, and it blossoms

00:19:48--> 00:19:59

on this occasion, so rotten Robbie rattle the alarm set to himself. I have always accompanied the Messenger of Allah. So it will do me no harm on this occasion.

00:20:00--> 00:20:11

If I remain behind and enjoy my comfort, so rather than returning a loved one that was his reason, he don't have not made use of the law one

00:20:13--> 00:20:43

members of his family who had dispersed coincidentally on this occasion, just prior to the departure of the sort of loss of the love, it was in them, they had all come together. So, seeing his family, he landed normally I heard the alarm said, that my family has gathered. So when will I get another opportunity like this? So again, if I do not accompany the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on this occasion, and remain behind with my family, then I will do so.

00:20:45--> 00:20:47

So he remained behind because of

00:20:48--> 00:21:05

when eventually the Messenger of Allah have departed, and they realize their mistake. What are neurobehavioral the Allahu Akbar had been kept behind by his gardens and orchards. He swore In the name of Allah, that he would never return to that wealth again, and he gave it to the way of

00:21:07--> 00:21:27

Miyahara your lover and also felt immense remorse and great regret that his family kept him behind. From the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he also vowed to Allah that He would never see his family again in that same lab, and that he would also never return to as well.

00:21:28--> 00:21:47

So these were two companions alongside gambling on the line. So you say is from a between the Kuru Marlene so I went ahead, I went away when they mentioned them. To me. One of her sort of lysosomal alarm it was suddenly me an ankle Amina, I

00:21:49--> 00:21:56

mean baby remain in the hands of the fan. And the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade the Muslims

00:21:58--> 00:22:04

from speaking to us, three from amongst those who had remained behind.

00:22:09--> 00:22:12

Continuing from where we left off before Sala

00:22:14--> 00:22:29

gobble nomadic or the Allah says Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prohibited the Muslims from speaking to us three from amongst those who had remained behind from the sort of law, some of the law it wasn't them.

00:22:31--> 00:22:34

Those words, say a lot.

00:22:36--> 00:22:41

Governor monocle, the alarm rang, who says that of all of those people who remain behind

00:22:44--> 00:22:49

according some narrations, there were approximately approximately 100

00:22:51--> 00:22:53

according to others, even more

00:22:59--> 00:23:01

and most of them were the hypocrites.

00:23:03--> 00:23:05

And only a handful.

00:23:07--> 00:23:08

Approximately 10

00:23:09--> 00:23:15

were those who were sincere believers and who were that just called remain behind.

00:23:17--> 00:23:24

But the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not forbid the Muslims from speaking to any of the hypocrites

00:23:25--> 00:23:29

or any of those who remain behind only these three.

00:23:30--> 00:23:33

So you can imagine how they must have felt.

00:23:36--> 00:23:39

And the meaning of not speaking to them was

00:23:40--> 00:23:44

to ostracize them, to isolate them to excommunicate

00:23:46--> 00:24:00

and the Sahaba of the line who acted on the instructions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to the letter with the utmost diligence, as we will learn from the heading.

00:24:01--> 00:24:09

So you just told them once, no one is to speak to caribou, Malik and Morocco, ob and Hera.

00:24:12--> 00:24:13

So what happened?

00:24:14--> 00:24:17

Captain America will be a lot more fish than urban and

00:24:20--> 00:24:30

so the people shoulders are avoided especially than urban and mass. The people avoid us What the Hey yo Lana, and they changed

00:24:32--> 00:24:35

to us that the neck karate innocence

00:24:37--> 00:24:38

summit, so

00:24:39--> 00:24:41

but even the earth

00:24:42--> 00:24:44

became unrecognizable

00:24:45--> 00:24:47

in my heart, to my soul,

00:24:48--> 00:24:50

for my hand at the arrogance.

00:24:51--> 00:24:55

So it is not the earth that I know it is not the land that I know.

00:24:58--> 00:25:00

And although it's not very

00:25:00--> 00:25:11

Hear in another narration, gamma Mallika meaning another narration of the same government article, the law says that people changed so much so

00:25:13--> 00:25:19

that the earth the land changed to this. Even the walls

00:25:20--> 00:25:33

changed so that we couldn't recognize the walls. We couldn't recognize the land we couldn't recognize the walls. And he says in a very beautiful way that the people became fearless fearful.

00:25:36--> 00:25:38

Would you do a shotgun version

00:25:39--> 00:25:55

that people became extremely fearful, fearful of what fearful of speaking tours summit, so that they became like Rabanne monks, when they would see is they would become monks.

00:25:56--> 00:25:57

They wouldn't look.

00:25:58--> 00:26:01

They wouldn't glances, let alone speechless.

00:26:03--> 00:26:19

It's almost as though they were observing vows of silence, like monks, engrossed in their own affairs and in their own thoughts. Whole world changed, the people change, the land changed, the walls changed.

00:26:23--> 00:26:25

For the better Nana vertical.

00:26:27--> 00:26:32

So we remained in the state for 50 days for 15 hours.

00:26:35--> 00:26:36

For a massage, I

00:26:37--> 00:26:43

asked for my two companions. First, the gunner. They lay low,

00:26:45--> 00:26:50

they humble themselves, and they lay low, what guard fee will you take him if

00:26:51--> 00:26:55

and they both SAT or remained in their homes weep?

00:26:59--> 00:27:03

Meaning what? Robbie and Hillary nominee for the law.

00:27:05--> 00:27:22

They could not bring themselves in the face of such ostracization, and excommunication to come out of their homes and to meet people in their feeling of shame, and embarrassment.

00:27:25--> 00:27:26

And in their grief and pain,

00:27:27--> 00:27:34

they humbled themselves. They felt low, and they lay low, and they remained in

00:27:35--> 00:27:47

the wouldn't emerge. And what did they do in their homes, they sat, weep profusely and continuously. What a man. And as for me,

00:27:49--> 00:27:49

for come to

00:27:51--> 00:27:52

watch leather.

00:27:53--> 00:27:54

I was the youngest of the group,

00:27:56--> 00:28:17

and the most resilient, and the strongest, so I was the youngest of the group and the strongest meaning out of this three, I was the youngest, and I was also the most resilient and strongest, they're very bold, remember, he was courageous, he was valiums. He was bold in speech for sort of character.

00:28:19--> 00:28:22

So even in the face of such excommunication and isolation,

00:28:24--> 00:28:36

and such shunned by everybody else, he ventured out into the marketplace, even to the masjid and he would regularly praise Allah in congregation.

00:28:39--> 00:28:39

What mattered

00:28:41--> 00:29:03

to me, I was the youngest of the group and the strongest for come to church. So I would go out. First I was salata, Mary muslimeen. So I would be present in the congregational prayer with the Muslims, well to fulfill as well. And I would roam in the markets, but

00:29:05--> 00:29:08

when are you kilimani? No one would speak to me.

00:29:12--> 00:29:15

What are the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

00:29:16--> 00:29:25

and I would come to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I would approach him for a second Mr. La, and I would greet him with

00:29:26--> 00:29:32

what he mentioned. While he was in his gathering, by the Salah after the prayer.

00:29:33--> 00:29:40

So he would approach the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was he was seated with all the companions. Imagine how bold and courageous he was.

00:29:42--> 00:29:47

There would be a huge congregation and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would proceed

00:29:52--> 00:29:53

and he would go

00:29:55--> 00:29:59

in front of the whole congregation fears

00:30:00--> 00:30:01

But not shamelessly.

00:30:03--> 00:30:09

He would address the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and say to him as salaam aleikum, WA.

00:30:11--> 00:30:24

And then he would wait. And he says, What would he what response but he waits for? So he says I would greet him in his gathering after the prayer for all of us see that? I would say in my heart

00:30:25--> 00:30:33

that a bit of this salami Ali Amala, did he move his lips in returning my salon or not?

00:30:39--> 00:31:22

Good evening, and before I continue, I'd like to say something when I say he was bold Indeed, he was bold. He was fearless. But he wasn't shameless. Why was he so eager? For the messenger? sallallahu alayhi wasallam to return his Salaam? Why was he so eager to still go out and venture out in the mystery in the marketplace? Why did he continue to praise Allah in congregation? Why did he still attempt to greet the messenger? salallahu alayhi wasallam so publicly in front of the whole congregation? Was it because he made a wish to be restored to grace so that he could win favours. Now Allah Akbar, he says, in another generation of mahadi, he says, My greatest worry and concern

00:31:22--> 00:31:42

was that I would die. And the Messenger of Allah would not perform the funeral prayer of all that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pass away, and I would remain in this condition. And then the Muslims were continued shun me, and even they would not praise God out of janazah of me. That was his concern.

00:31:45--> 00:31:46

So you say is,

00:31:48--> 00:31:53

I would say in my soul, did the Messenger of Allah move his lips

00:31:55--> 00:32:00

in returning my salon or not? From what suddenly occur even men.

00:32:01--> 00:32:16

Then when he would come to the time of prayer, he would draw close from what suddenly but even min and how then I will pray close to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for sorry, mother.

00:32:17--> 00:32:19

And then I would steal glances at.

00:32:20--> 00:32:42

So it would stand as close as possible. And he would steal glances at the Messenger of Allah for startup on another. I would steal glances at why only steal glances, because as I said, he was bold and fearless. He was not shameless. That's how battle the alarm were over awed by the majesty of the message.

00:32:43--> 00:32:46

And they would not look him in the eye.

00:32:47--> 00:32:56

nor would they continuously stare at him. But out of bachelors and modesty before the Messenger of Allah, they would only steal glances.

00:32:58--> 00:33:07

Further up meltwater solid, then when I would turn to my prey, so I would steal glances at him, then when I would turn to my prayer

00:33:09--> 00:33:17

area, this is before so that outer Solar, in fact, it could even mean insula. So this shows that even insula,

00:33:18--> 00:33:24

if a person looks around, doesn't violate one's prayer, in any case, he says, then when I would

00:33:26--> 00:33:38

turn to my prayer, up Bella eladia, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would look would turn to me, this is out of Salah. So when I would be praying, then the Messenger of Allah who would look at me

00:33:42--> 00:33:42

whatever

00:33:44--> 00:33:45

and then when I would turn to Him,

00:33:47--> 00:33:48

He will turn away from me.

00:33:51--> 00:33:52

Allah Allah you

00:33:53--> 00:33:56

mean just within us, until when?

00:33:58--> 00:34:01

This shunning of the people

00:34:04--> 00:34:08

became prolonged. For me, machine.

00:34:11--> 00:34:12

I went

00:34:13--> 00:34:23

that so what did you there has to be a kata until I climbed the wall of the garden of a dad.

00:34:26--> 00:34:28

What, what? What?

00:34:30--> 00:34:35

And he was mine. He was a son of my uncle. What happened? nasty lady.

00:34:38--> 00:34:47

And the most beloved of all people to me, of what the further and eslami it'll be a loved one was one of his

00:34:48--> 00:34:49

clan.

00:34:50--> 00:34:52

But he wasn't his cousin.

00:34:53--> 00:35:00

So he wasn't his real cousin brother. So when he says what happened to me he was my the son of my uncle. My

00:35:00--> 00:35:07

paternal uncle. He doesn't mean his blood uncle. He just means one of my clan, because he wasn't his first cousin.

00:35:08--> 00:35:17

But he was two things. One, why did he go to visit? abakada? Why did he go specifically in client scale the wall of

00:35:18--> 00:35:28

walled garden? Two reasons. One, he was one of his clan. But more importantly, he says, he was most beloved of all people. To me, this was his best friend.

00:35:30--> 00:35:40

These two men were best friends. So when he went when he felt so pressured, so overwhelmed

00:35:41--> 00:35:44

by the shunning of the people.

00:35:46--> 00:35:56

And by being isolated, he decided to go to visit one of his own clan, and his best friend and walk about the whole Viola. So he went.

00:35:58--> 00:36:03

And he scaled the wall of a walled garden.

00:36:04--> 00:36:13

And why didn't he go from the front? Why didn't he knock on the door, because he knew that he would not be granted entry.

00:36:15--> 00:36:24

He knew that he wouldn't speak to him. So he had to somehow get to him in such a manner, that he would be able to respond.

00:36:26--> 00:36:34

Well, that he would respond. So he scaled the wall of the garden, and he knew that that was in the garden, scale the wall of the garden and jumped in.

00:36:36--> 00:37:10

And why did he do that? Because it was his best friend. They were like brothers. So he knew that he would, although he wouldn't want to speak to him because of the prohibition of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he wouldn't be alarmed by his best friend coming into his property. So he scaled the wall and jumped, he met a lot of the alarm. So he says he was my cousin, brother, and not the most beloved of all people to me, for cylinder ID. So I greeted him with Salam from Allah hemara.

00:37:11--> 00:37:14

So by Allah, he did not return myself.

00:37:16--> 00:37:18

So I said, Yeah, berkata

00:37:20--> 00:37:28

and sudo Kabila, I implore you in the name of Allah, Hidalgo Mooney, la basura.

00:37:30--> 00:37:34

Do you not know of me that I love LA and his messengers a love it?

00:37:38--> 00:37:41

for a second. So he remained silent.

00:37:42--> 00:37:43

For

00:37:44--> 00:37:48

so I returned, I repeated the question to him.

00:37:50--> 00:37:53

And I again implored him In the name of Allah

00:37:54--> 00:37:55

for second,

00:37:56--> 00:37:58

so he again remained silent.

00:38:00--> 00:38:08

So I repeated the question to him the third, and finish. And I implored him In the name of Allah.

00:38:09--> 00:38:17

So on the third occasion for art, he said, a lot of what a soldier who arland Allah and His Messenger know best.

00:38:18--> 00:38:24

Now, a point here, he didn't say a lot of what I saw Lahore, Ireland in reply,

00:38:28--> 00:38:32

because then he would have broken and violate the prohibition of speech.

00:38:35--> 00:38:37

That means he would have responded.

00:38:38--> 00:38:53

And if he was going to respond with a lot what a suitable alum on the third occasion, he could have done it the first and the second time. And if he was firm enough, to not respond them the first and the second occasion, why respond on the third occasion.

00:38:54--> 00:39:06

But the truth is, he didn't respond to gamma Malik. He didn't reply to him. He still never broken violated the prohibition. He was addressing himself.

00:39:09--> 00:39:10

That was speaking to himself.

00:39:12--> 00:39:34

And he was still ignoring him. So it's like someone trying to catch another person's attention. And he refuses to speak to him when the other person repeats himself again and again. Then this person dismissively says, love Allah. Allah knows best. So the intention isn't to respond, and that but

00:39:35--> 00:39:44

that did not respond dismissively. But he addressed himself and said, a lot of what I saw was RLM, Allah and His Messenger now best, but this wasn't a reply.

00:39:45--> 00:39:59

This is why I got a man say that if someone swears In the name of Allah and takes a vow, that I will not speak to that person, and then that person pesters them and they end up saying, Allahu Allah

00:40:00--> 00:40:02

Allah knows best.

00:40:03--> 00:40:05

Have they violated the

00:40:06--> 00:40:37

self prohibition? Have they broken their van? Well, it depends on what their intention is. If the intention was to respond, then of course they have, but if the intention was not to respond, and they were merely making an affirmation of faith and ascribing knowledge and to Allah, and they have not broken their vow, so a book that will be a lot more into the same he just said a lot harder sort of an errand and Allah His Messenger know best. So Capricorn early cut of the alarm Ramsay's for father in

00:40:41--> 00:40:48

law is flowed with tears. But one late span of life as a grown up man,

00:40:49--> 00:40:51

a warrior and a poet,

00:40:52--> 00:40:59

bold valence and courageous bases for Father's Day Now, I know

00:41:00--> 00:41:04

my eyes flowed with tears, what the one leads and I turned around

00:41:06--> 00:41:08

until I scaled the wall again to leave.

00:41:10--> 00:41:12

He says, For being

00:41:17--> 00:41:24

and another narration of the Hadeeth he, Governor monocle de la Hussein's, I couldn't stop myself from crying.

00:41:27--> 00:41:33

I burst into tears and I couldn't stop myself from we've scaled the wall and left

00:41:36--> 00:41:38

estates for Bina and I'm Shiva salted Medina.

00:41:42--> 00:41:46

So whilst I was walking in the market place of Medina,

00:41:47--> 00:41:49

you learn about the human about

00:41:51--> 00:41:51

when

00:41:53--> 00:41:55

that appeared an avatar

00:41:56--> 00:41:58

from the nabateans of

00:42:05--> 00:42:05

human

00:42:07--> 00:42:13

who had brought food up who will Medina selling it in Medina.

00:42:16--> 00:42:17

I've explained

00:42:19--> 00:42:22

Liberty before, in again, my commentary,

00:42:24--> 00:42:25

not

00:42:27--> 00:42:44

the number of leaves, and the plural is ambarnath. And that's what he says number three, you mean about the Sham, one of the nabateans of the nabateans of Sham, who were the nabateans and other teams where people have an ancient civilization. They

00:42:46--> 00:42:49

that was a great culture and civilization and the

00:42:50--> 00:42:52

desert cities of Petra,

00:42:54--> 00:43:07

etc, which is a tourist destination today patrese a tourist destination. We have these huge carved out palaces and structures in the middle of the Jordanian desert,

00:43:09--> 00:43:20

Petra and the work there were also other areas of the desert cities, these desert cities were occupied by people, but not by people of integrity and civilization.

00:43:21--> 00:43:57

Eventually, the civilization died. But the leaves were the remnants of those people. And they remained scattered throughout Northern Arabia in and eventually they were to be found in two areas. And the Arabs would differentiate between them, and which two areas were there. They were to be found in Iraq, and in Sham. So the Arabs would normally say, embark on iraq unbelt, a sham. So these were the nabateans of Iraq, or these were the nabateans of Shah. And

00:43:59--> 00:44:10

these were people with a history of agriculture. Because these were remember even Petra is a desert city, but it blossomed. And they had very sophisticated

00:44:12--> 00:44:24

irrigation systems and canals and methods of making the desert blossom and bloom. So they were a settled people. And the Arabs normally

00:44:26--> 00:44:32

differentiated between the nabateans and themselves. So they regarded themselves as being

00:44:34--> 00:44:59

nomads, and they regard the nabba teens as being sedentary people and being nomads urban farmers. So but the nabateans being settled people with lands and pastures and irrigation and farming, and with a with a long history and great expertise of agriculture. So they were regarded as being agriculturists. This is why in

00:45:00--> 00:45:27

A number of Arabic works. The nabateans are referred to as farmers. But it's not as simple as saying that we're just farmers that the word nabooti and means a farmer. It doesn't just mean a farmer because of their history. This is why these sedentary people, the remnants of the nabateans civilization, who had great a great history and expertise on agriculture, and farming, they were referred to as farmers.

00:45:29--> 00:45:50

In any case, gobble nomadic will be allowed to say is one of these nabateans from the area of Sham he had come from Sham more than Arabia, to Medina, bringing food grain, selling grain and food in the marketplace of Medina. And since he had come as a traveler from sharm from Northern Arabia.

00:45:53--> 00:46:11

He had also brought a message and what was that message so he says, for being an MC so whilst I was walking in Medina resort in Medina in the marketplace of Medina in animalium, and about a sham all of a sudden my saw nabataean from the nabateans of Sham movement,

00:46:12--> 00:46:26

who had brought food up here ob Medina food meaning grain sending it's in Medina, your call, he was saying he was shouting out in the marketplace, Mayor de la cabina Malik, who will guide me to urban nomadic

00:46:28--> 00:46:51

fitness you sheet you should only lay. So the people began pointing to me even that show something he says they wouldn't say there's kind of nomadic, they refuse to speak even to the map. It's even about me. So when he was asking who can show me where I can find gabbled nomadic people began simply pointing to me without uttering a word.

00:46:52--> 00:46:56

For the flippin mouse, you'll see it on a lathe. So people began pointing to me,

00:46:57--> 00:47:12

pointing to me for him, had that either journey until when he came to me. The ferritin iya katabami Medical Hassan he gave me a letter from the king of the sun.

00:47:13--> 00:47:16

As I've mentioned numerous times

00:47:21--> 00:47:30

is the Arabic term for the Asana. Asana is English term from the sun, when the sun was a huge tribe,

00:47:32--> 00:47:42

which occupied the North northern region of Arabia, and they were powerful

00:47:45--> 00:47:49

warrior tribe. They were the vassals of

00:47:51--> 00:48:20

the Byzantine Romans and the Byzantine Romans use them as auxiliary forces in their war against Persia. So the sun Persian Empire and the Byzantine Roman Empire were at loggerheads and entangled in a warfare in a war that lasted centuries generations. And throughout this period of warfare, the Byzantine Romans used Pakistani Arabs

00:48:21--> 00:48:49

as their vassals on allies, as the alternative forces and the Persian society Persians, they normally use the Luqman babalola, who were an equally powerful tribe of the north, east and the east of Arabia. Both of these tribes acted as a buffer zone between these two great empires and the wild nomadic Arabs of central and southern Arabia as they regarded them wild. These were

00:48:50--> 00:48:52

very powerful,

00:48:53--> 00:48:56

wealthy, rich,

00:48:57--> 00:49:07

Arab tribes, they were unlike the southern or central Arabian tribes. They had they were they had, they were armed to the teeth, they had

00:49:09--> 00:49:12

palaces, they even had architecture.

00:49:13--> 00:49:42

So they were a civilization unto themselves, the sons and their kings lived in great wealth, luxury and opulence. And the Byzantine Romans didn't treat them as inferiors. What they did, they always maintained that sense of superiority, but they did not mistreat them, but they regarded them for what they were powerful and warrior like know about nomadic tribes.

00:49:43--> 00:49:46

So they regarded them quite highly. As a result, the

00:49:48--> 00:49:59

Byzantine emperors actually gave them permission to call themselves kings and even gave them titles of kings in their own rounds. The reason I mentioned this is

00:50:00--> 00:50:40

As an introduction to what gamma mnemonic are the alarm, sees later. So we're not just talking about some humble Arabian tribe, known as the sun, the moon or the sun, we're a civilization unto themselves. Even today, they are discovering palaces and architecture of the middle of Assam, which shows that these were a people who lived in great wealth, luxury and opulence. They had palaces and courts. They had a huge system of control, since ultimately they were the allies and the vassals of the Byzantine Romans.

00:50:43--> 00:50:44

Their King,

00:50:46--> 00:50:49

who was known as jibber jabber, as

00:50:50--> 00:50:56

one of their laughs, in fact, he was their last emperor. He was their last king, the last king of the sun.

00:50:57--> 00:50:58

So Java

00:51:00--> 00:51:20

was the king of the sun, at the time of government, American law regulating this. So he says, had that journey until this nabataean came to me. The fire in a medical sun, he pushed a letter to me from the king of the sun, and who was the king of a sun, Jupiter.

00:51:22--> 00:51:37

And remember, the blue sun, the sun, it was one of those people that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had actually marched against in the campaign of the walk in order to face them in battle. But he never went beyond the area of the walk.

00:51:40--> 00:51:50

fee that fee so governor Malik is receiving a letter from the king of blue Hassan Hassan it's a man of great wealth, power,

00:51:53--> 00:51:57

and influence. And someone who spies had informed

00:51:59--> 00:52:12

they have spies and Medina, someone who spies had informed him of the ostracization, and the excommunication of government demonic or the law and morality of not obedient.

00:52:16--> 00:52:25

So he actually sent him a letter, and in one duration, the letter wasn't just a scrap, the letter was wrapped in

00:52:26--> 00:52:27

pure silk.

00:52:29--> 00:52:31

The letter was wrapped in pure sec.

00:52:32--> 00:52:37

So this nabataean from Sean gave galbanum article, the last one,

00:52:38--> 00:52:47

a letter wrapped in pure silk, pure white silk, from the king of the sun. So carbon molecule, the law,

00:52:48--> 00:53:00

unfolded it and read its contents. And he says, for either a fee, so this is what was contained there in this is a letter from the king of Austin,

00:53:02--> 00:53:02

a mother

00:53:04--> 00:53:09

As for what follows, meaning as what follows the greeting for him.

00:53:11--> 00:53:15

Indeed, it is reached and the Sahaba differ.

00:53:16--> 00:53:22

Your companion meaning the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but jeffer he has shunji

00:53:24--> 00:53:37

Well, I'm your uncle who be daddy hawan what Ahmadiyya and Allah has not placed you, God because obviously he wasn't a Muslim, alarming God, and God has not pledged you

00:53:38--> 00:53:42

in a land of disgrace or loss,

00:53:44--> 00:53:45

for dinner,

00:53:46--> 00:54:08

So come join us. No asik we will entertain you and moderation with our wealth. No as it means not just entertain us, it means we will join you. We will entertain you, we will accommodate you. We will share our wealth with you know, so for dinner, come join us know asik we will accommodate you

00:54:10--> 00:54:13

for political America. So I said

00:54:14--> 00:54:21

when I read it now imagine the mental and emotional state of gambling in America the alarm.

00:54:26--> 00:54:30

These are the thoughts that are going through his mind or that would go through his mind.

00:54:32--> 00:54:37

Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah Salalah alayhi wa sallam was in Makkah.

00:54:39--> 00:54:43

He was hounded and persecuted by the poor ah

00:54:45--> 00:54:47

and he claimed to be a prophet.

00:54:52--> 00:54:56

So we the people of Medina when we traveled to hedge

00:54:58--> 00:54:59

we offered our support

00:55:01--> 00:55:02

In spite of the Quraysh

00:55:06--> 00:55:11

we risked our families our lives, our welfare and our city of Medina.

00:55:12--> 00:55:22

we risked The Wrath and the rage of the Quraysh against us by aligning ourselves with Mohammed Omar Abdullah Salalah alayhi wa sallam,

00:55:24--> 00:55:26

and giving him shelter and protection.

00:55:27--> 00:55:28

And by joining him,

00:55:29--> 00:55:37

we made an enemy of the city state of Makkah. We did it. We believed in Him, we embraced and we pledged our support to him.

00:55:39--> 00:55:40

And he came to Medina.

00:55:42--> 00:55:46

I embraced Islam even before he came to Medina.

00:55:47--> 00:55:55

I joined him in battles from the Battle of I joined him. I was the one who convinced

00:55:57--> 00:56:00

members of the Muslim army to remain steadfast.

00:56:01--> 00:56:02

When

00:56:04--> 00:56:07

and others tried to draw away drive a wedge between us.

00:56:08--> 00:56:18

I was the one who lampooned and satirized the enemy in my poetry impromptu spontaneously on the battlefield of art.

00:56:19--> 00:56:44

I bled in the Battle of work, I was injured. I was carried away from the battle. My own close family and friends feared for my life, because of the injuries are sustained in the Battle of art. I stood side by side with the messenger with my mother in law, some of the love it was something with the Messenger of Allah, I fought with him, I marched with him, I bled with him.

00:56:47--> 00:56:50

And now because of one error,

00:56:51--> 00:56:53

this is the punishment I suffered.

00:56:55--> 00:57:02

I failed to join him on one expedition, even though I had proven myself on all the previous occasions.

00:57:05--> 00:57:13

And I went and I humbled myself, and I greeted him, and I apologize, and I confess to my failure.

00:57:14--> 00:57:19

I did not lie and I spoke the truth. And this is the punishment.

00:57:21--> 00:57:22

I am cutoff.

00:57:24--> 00:57:29

Isolated, excommunicate, ostracized by the entire community.

00:57:31--> 00:57:47

I walk the marketplace I run in the city of Medina, and people turn away from me, I go to the masjid and the entire congregation turns away from me. I greet the Messenger of Allah with Salaam and he refuses to return.

00:57:48--> 00:57:51

He does not look me in the eye and I cannot look at him in the

00:57:54--> 00:58:10

the land has changed, the people have changed, the walls have changed. I do not recognize my family, my friends, my people. Even my best friend refuses to speak to me. My own clan members refused to speak to me, is this the life I have to lead?

00:58:11--> 00:58:13

And now lo and behold,

00:58:14--> 00:58:37

maybe hear some lines, here is some deliverance. Here I have received a letter and not just a scrap, but a scroll with the royal seal from the king of Assam, wrapped in silk as a gift to me, calling me and telling me that Oh God,

00:58:38--> 00:58:56

we have learned that your companion with the magdala shunji and ostracize Jia and God has not placed you in a land of disgrace and loss, ie You do not have to suffer a loss. You do not have to be disgraced in this manner. Come to us. We will

00:58:58--> 00:59:07

elevate your rank. We will share our wealth with you. We will entertain you we will accommodate you. So maybe this is my hope this is my deliverance

00:59:08--> 00:59:12

aletta Ratan salt from none other than the king of the Sun Jubilee.

00:59:15--> 00:59:24

Maybe that's what he would have could have thought. But no, this is us think that was gambled in America.

00:59:25--> 00:59:43

He was a companion of the Messenger of Allah. He was touched by the Messenger of Allah. What did he say? He says for baltierra mokara to her. So I said when I read this letter, what have you them you know Bella, and this is also a test

00:59:45--> 00:59:48

whether Eva minella Bella, this is also a test

00:59:50--> 00:59:52

for the moon to the moon.

00:59:53--> 00:59:57

So I took the letter to a furnace that was bad

00:59:58--> 00:59:59

because this job will be hard.

01:00:00--> 01:00:02

Mr. Burns in the furnace

01:00:08--> 01:00:10

garbled numerical de la one.

01:00:11--> 01:00:13

Remember he was a poet

01:00:14--> 01:00:15

and poets had a history

01:00:17--> 01:00:17

of

01:00:20--> 01:00:25

poets were people who were seen as those whose tongue was for high.

01:00:27--> 01:00:35

They could satirize people at whim lampoon people at whim. They could eulogize people at whim.

01:00:39--> 01:00:50

These were wordsmiths. These were powerful poets, people of eloquence and articles, those who could make or break reputations with that

01:00:51--> 01:01:02

potent force. But they were also known to be wavering unscrupulous men of the royal courts, whose tones were for hire to the highest bidder and pay.

01:01:04--> 01:01:39

So, if one king This is what people would do, this is what poets were known to do. They would go to Royal Courts from one court to the other. And there they would sing praises of even tyrant kings, and the tyrant kings or those who usually you learn eulogized and praised would shower them with gifts and wealth. That's how poets always became wealthy. It was rare that a poet was not wealthy, because he earned his wealth through his tongue. And his tongue was for hire. If you want him to eulogize someone he'd do it. He wants them to him to satirize someone who would do it.

01:01:41--> 01:01:44

Governor Mallika, your loved one was a poet.

01:01:45--> 01:01:48

But he was a believer in the messenger of

01:01:50--> 01:01:55

and as a poet, he could have gone to the Royal Court of Java terminal.

01:01:57--> 01:02:02

And he could have sang his praises, he received a letter wrapped in silk. But now

01:02:04--> 01:02:11

what garbled pneumonic or the alarm and an alarm Allah says that in the Quran about poets or Sharla, we have to be

01:02:14--> 01:02:15

equally worthy

01:02:19--> 01:02:21

that the poets the way you would follow,

01:02:22--> 01:02:29

do you not see that they wander aimlessly in every Valley? And that they say that to which they do not do?

01:02:30--> 01:03:18

So Allah describes the SRA of the days during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah describes poets of that period. gambled. mmamoloko, the loved one was a poet, but he was not a poet of that class and category. He was a mess. He was a believer in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and span Allah, you know this thing, which he did. What did he do with the letter? He read the letter and he said, this is a test also. What did they do? They rip it up. No, he didn't rip it up. Took it and he found a furnace. And he cast the whole letter into the furnace and he burnt and speaking of fire, this reminds me of a beautiful heavy

01:03:20--> 01:03:23

and that describes what got me with the monocle the Allahu

01:03:27--> 01:03:28

Allah Halima both later.

01:03:29--> 01:03:30

In this

01:03:31--> 01:03:36

from unassuming family called the Allah who say his fellow man couldn't a fee

01:03:38--> 01:03:42

What did the hello what an EMA This is the wedding of a Muslim.

01:03:43--> 01:03:45

for a fee what are the

01:03:50--> 01:03:51

three things

01:03:55--> 01:03:56

which is found in a person?

01:03:58--> 01:04:02

through them, he shall taste the sweetness of faith of

01:04:05--> 01:04:15

mankind Allahu Allah who had been lay him in mercy Bahama one to Allah and His Messenger some love it, some of them are more beloved

01:04:17--> 01:04:21

than anything and anyone else besides them.

01:04:22--> 01:04:23

To

01:04:26--> 01:04:28

me, your ship will not allow you to go in

01:04:31--> 01:04:34

and out a man who loves another man

01:04:35--> 01:04:39

he does not love him except for the sake of Allah.

01:04:41--> 01:04:41

And number three

01:04:45--> 01:04:47

well miyakawa what a year Oh the film cough

01:04:52--> 01:04:56

in one narration, evil cough burger and other law min

01:05:00--> 01:05:02

Karma Yoga yoga.

01:05:04--> 01:05:05

And the third person

01:05:07--> 01:05:10

is one who detests.

01:05:12--> 01:05:13

Returning to disbelief

01:05:15--> 01:05:24

after a loss saved him from it, as much as he detests and fears and dislikes being flung into the fire.

01:05:26--> 01:05:29

These three things are found in a person who shall taste the sweetness of the mouth.

01:05:31--> 01:05:35

So kerobokan amatic are the Allahu and after Allah had gave him eema.

01:05:36--> 01:05:57

He resented and he feared being flung into the being returning to disbelief as much as he feared being flung into the fire. And rather than allowing himself to be burnt in the fire of janam, in the afterlife, he burned the invitation to disbelief in a fire as well. And what's that invitation?

01:05:58--> 01:06:05

Anyone who would have been in that position would have wavered would have fled in the first instance.

01:06:10--> 01:06:17

In fact, according to some narrator's, who was this invitation from this invitation was from Jamila terminal, a

01:06:19--> 01:06:21

Java terminal, he was the king of her son.

01:06:22--> 01:06:26

And according some generations, what happened

01:06:28--> 01:06:28

is

01:06:31--> 01:06:36

that he remained the king of the hasanz. And he was Alaska.

01:06:37--> 01:06:40

When the Muslims conquered that entire region of China

01:06:42--> 01:06:45

when he realized that the Muslims were about to

01:06:47--> 01:06:49

conquer the whole region overwhelm

01:06:50--> 01:06:57

he sent a letter to see you then I would have known her Barbara the law and this was a king of the concerns the same gentleman.

01:06:59--> 01:07:05

He sent a letter to Barbara the alarm, requesting permission to come and meet him

01:07:06--> 01:07:07

and to surrender and submit.

01:07:09--> 01:07:22

So I'm going to go above the law and granted him permission. Jupiter terminal am this king of the sun, it went to say that I modeled the Allahu and surrendered and he also said to him, I wish to embrace this.

01:07:24--> 01:07:25

So he embraced

01:07:27--> 01:07:31

then say you're going to model the alarm and took him to Makkah with him

01:07:33--> 01:07:34

for pilgrimage.

01:07:37--> 01:07:39

So when he took him for pilgrimage

01:07:43--> 01:07:45

whilst he was doing the La Jolla terminal,

01:07:50--> 01:07:51

someone tripped

01:07:53--> 01:07:54

on his lower cloth

01:07:55--> 01:07:56

and bumped into

01:08:01--> 01:08:02

so Jabra took a

01:08:04--> 01:08:04

hit

01:08:06--> 01:08:09

until he injured him on his nerves.

01:08:10--> 01:08:14

So that man went to see them modeled the alarm

01:08:15--> 01:08:19

and said to him, that giblet tunnel Am I tripped,

01:08:20--> 01:08:32

and I bumped into him, and nothing he wasn't injured, but in his anger and his fury. He said he hit me. And he injured me. Steven armonia lavon summoned Geobella to be

01:08:34--> 01:08:37

when you summoned him, you said some algebra.

01:08:39--> 01:08:39

You hit him.

01:08:41--> 01:08:51

So Jonathan, actually said yes, he tripped, and he bumped into me. So in my anger, I hit him. So say that, the alarm says, Well, now that you have confessed,

01:08:53--> 01:08:58

I will pronounce judgment between you. He will hit you,

01:08:59--> 01:09:04

just as you hit him, and injure you to the same degree.

01:09:05--> 01:09:09

So who am said, How can that be?

01:09:10--> 01:09:12

I'm the king of the Asana.

01:09:13--> 01:09:16

And he is a commoner from the markets.

01:09:17--> 01:09:19

See that? The alarm has said or

01:09:20--> 01:09:22

Islam has made both new equal.

01:09:28--> 01:09:29

So geopolitical

01:09:31--> 01:09:33

remonstrated receiving the alarm

01:09:35--> 01:09:43

and see the number of the alarm and deferred the matter till the next day, the punishment that 9am fled

01:09:45--> 01:09:49

to the north. And then he actually renounced Islam

01:09:50--> 01:09:54

and went to live in Byzantine well,

01:09:55--> 01:09:56

and he died

01:09:57--> 01:09:58

as a nonce.

01:09:59--> 01:09:59

So he actually

01:10:00--> 01:10:01

renounce Islam.

01:10:02--> 01:10:04

This is what arrogance can do.

01:10:07--> 01:10:13

So this was the same job of the tunnel aim, who invited and gambled with the moniker of the ally,

01:10:15--> 01:10:26

government, the monocle the alarm and said, this is a test also. And rather than allowing himself to be burned in the fire of gentlemen that he burnt the letter of invitation,

01:10:27--> 01:11:11

anybody who could have been in that position, Pamela dibella, he renounced his Islam because he felt slighted. And he was indignant that I should be hit, like a commoner, and I should be treated like a commoner. And I'd be made equal like a common that thought and that feeling alone. Let him let him lead to his disillusionment. Someone saw that he renounce Islam. But when he invited Calvin Malika, the Allaha and all that garbage or the Allah and had been through the ostracization, the excommunication, the isolation, the shunning all of that, collectively was still not enough

01:11:13--> 01:11:16

for him to respond to an invitation.

01:11:17--> 01:11:21

And in fact, it's mentioned in another generation that he went to law school, the law, some of the law.

01:11:23--> 01:11:25

And he said to himself in the law,

01:11:26--> 01:11:28

even the people of paganism,

01:11:30--> 01:11:47

have now taken an interest in the event and sort of sort of lost a little of our legal system and complained to the Messenger of Allah. And instead of messenger of Allah, you're shunning me, and you're excommunicating me, has led to this, that even the people of paganism are showing interest.

01:11:49--> 01:11:51

Even this was a test,

01:11:53--> 01:11:57

he doesn't say is either mother or ballerina laid at the middle from SCI.

01:12:00--> 01:12:15

Fi continue, I'd like to mention something. They were excommunicated. No one was allowed to speak to them. But here there's a question. We know that in Islam, it's not permissible to shun and avoid

01:12:16--> 01:12:19

another Muslim for more than three days.

01:12:21--> 01:12:26

In athletes of Imam Bukhari and Muslim I have to lay him in this.

01:12:29--> 01:12:38

What you will do the law relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Now, you know, literature, and Yatra have a focus that

01:12:42--> 01:12:43

it is not lawful

01:12:44--> 01:12:45

for any man

01:12:47--> 01:12:53

to shun and to avoid his brother for more than three nights, meaning three days,

01:12:54--> 01:12:55

poke

01:12:57--> 01:12:57

your puppy

01:12:59--> 01:13:10

in such a manner that they both means for you to have when you have a so he this one turns away and that one tears away? Why your own lady, Roman lady.

01:13:11--> 01:13:13

And the best of the two is the one

01:13:15--> 01:13:17

who is the who's the first to begin with.

01:13:20--> 01:13:24

The one who suppresses his anger

01:13:25--> 01:13:38

and swallows his pride. He is the better officer. So it's not permissible for a Muslim to shun them to avoid his fellow Muslim for more than three days. And this is not a small thing.

01:13:41--> 01:13:46

So it's not a question of he shouldn't do it, or sort of laughs alarm it was on them says

01:13:48--> 01:14:01

it is not Hello, it is not lawful. It is not permissible for a man to shun and avoid his brother for more than three days. And in another city relates back to Bologna, La La and it's an authentic

01:14:03--> 01:14:08

photolytic not obey the law. The law relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

01:14:10--> 01:14:12

manager, focus.

01:14:16--> 01:14:32

Man Ha, ha. Farah, whoever chanson avoids his brother for more than three days for whorfin now than he is in the fire in the dark a whole lot of economy unless Allah saves him through his grace.

01:14:35--> 01:14:43

And in another heavy inflated by my humble in this Muslim any amount of water within her son and her mom and her argument is almost like

01:14:46--> 01:14:50

a tsunami rhodiola relates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

01:14:53--> 01:14:54

Man ha ha ha ha sonnet.

01:14:56--> 01:14:59

for workers academic whoever shuns his bread

01:15:00--> 01:15:04

For a year, then this is equivalent to shedding his blood.

01:15:06--> 01:15:08

And again, the headache is authentic.

01:15:10--> 01:15:12

Whoever shuns his brother for a year,

01:15:14--> 01:15:17

then this is equivalent to shedding his blood.

01:15:18--> 01:15:20

So when the warnings are so severe

01:15:22--> 01:15:26

How was it that the Sahaba of the alarm

01:15:28--> 01:15:30

shun these three

01:15:32--> 01:15:34

for 50 days, and now?

01:15:35--> 01:15:39

Well, there's a difference. This has to do with religion.

01:15:41--> 01:15:43

And not for personal reasons.

01:15:45--> 01:16:06

And allow me to explain something about that. We may also feel at times that I am shunning this individual. And I'm refusing to return his Salaam auto give him saddam, and I refuse to speak to him or to respond to him, or to have anything to do with him for religious reasons, and I'm justified in doing so.

01:16:07--> 01:16:09

But this can be very mislead.

01:16:11--> 01:16:11

One

01:16:15--> 01:16:17

for what reason On what basis

01:16:21--> 01:16:26

if a person is committing a sin, privately,

01:16:28--> 01:16:33

and their personal life is one of sin, and iniquity

01:16:35--> 01:16:35

and corruption,

01:16:37--> 01:16:43

but they are not harming anyone else is their personal weakness. And who doesn't sin?

01:16:47--> 01:16:51

How can we justify shunning them and avoiding them and refusing to greet them?

01:16:54--> 01:17:00

If they themselves are remorseful and humble and simple, and that happens, who is not sinful?

01:17:01--> 01:17:07

If we began judging everybody, then we would end up in such a state that no one would greet them.

01:17:08--> 01:17:10

No one would greet me.

01:17:11--> 01:17:13

No one would be worthy of greeting.

01:17:15--> 01:17:25

And if it's not to do with sin, and personal behavior, but it's to do with ideology, or creed, and belief, and this is a common problem.

01:17:27--> 01:17:29

He doesn't share the same

01:17:30--> 01:17:31

belief as

01:17:32--> 01:17:35

he doesn't believe in the same articles

01:17:36--> 01:17:38

of faith. He doesn't share my opinion.

01:17:42--> 01:17:48

He does not follow my ideology does not share my ideology, so I won't give him Salaam and he won't give me so

01:17:49--> 01:17:52

I won't greet him and I won't return his greeting.

01:17:53--> 01:17:56

Who decides who is around? What?

01:17:57--> 01:18:00

Secondly, who decides?

01:18:01--> 01:18:07

What are these points of difference on which it's lawful and permissible for people to shun one another?

01:18:18--> 01:18:33

If it's simply a matter of difference of opinion, than Suppan, Allah, Who doesn't disagree with the other, as I keep on saying, an individual doesn't agree with himself or with herself. One changes one's opinion

01:18:34--> 01:18:35

over and over again.

01:18:37--> 01:18:46

Even the greatest of imams didn't agree with each other. And someone may argue, well, this has only to do with fit. Now, even with

01:18:47--> 01:18:49

many different issues

01:18:51--> 01:18:52

that are fundamental

01:18:53--> 01:18:58

to matters of faith, such as the concept of gender and gender.

01:18:59--> 01:19:06

I won't go into the details, but I'll just mention a few references, even in things related to john,

01:19:07--> 01:19:11

things related to the fire, things related to the hereafter.

01:19:13--> 01:19:16

You will find differences of opinion amongst

01:19:18--> 01:19:21

famous scholars, classical scholars of the past.

01:19:23--> 01:19:26

And this is why some people have been placed in very embarrassing positions.

01:19:28--> 01:19:35

Initially, they would run against any difference of opinion, when evidences are submitted,

01:19:36--> 01:19:38

to prove that each

01:19:41--> 01:19:51

group of people who differ in some way are acting on their evidence from the poor and on the heavy and from the practice of the companions about the law and

01:19:52--> 01:19:59

when he was shown that differences of opinion have always existed on are valid and will remain

01:20:00--> 01:20:06

So, and have been accepted and overlooked by the scholars of the AMA throughout history

01:20:08--> 01:20:13

and that people will differ in many issues.

01:20:14--> 01:20:16

One of the AMA writes

01:20:17--> 01:20:22

that just from the moment of saying, Allahu Akbar installa

01:20:23--> 01:20:45

till the moment of saying salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah at the end of Salah between the query to Lima Allahu Akbar at the beginning, between the sneem salaam aleikum at the end, there are approximately or there are over 200 massage in Uppsala in which the alternative

01:20:46--> 01:20:50

that's just between a lot of work, but on the salaam aleikum 200.

01:20:52--> 01:21:15

And I keep on saying about that, if you want to understand the differences of opinion, just look at them with every other issue. That is a possibility that people could not have seen. When it came to a van. Over 10 years, the van began after Hitler over 10 years, a van was given five times a day, make that calculation, we come up to approximately 18,000 of that.

01:21:19--> 01:21:19

True

01:21:21--> 01:21:22

approximately 18,000 of that.

01:21:23--> 01:21:33

Allah forgive me if the calculation is wrong, but 10 years, well, five of them 354 days a year because of the year.

01:21:35--> 01:21:37

And times that while even more actually.

01:21:39--> 01:22:10

Time Well, yeah, times that by just over 10 years. That's how many more than we have. And is something to be seen, or is it just something to be heard? How the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam exactly prayed what he did at the front of the machine, how many people could have seen that and witnessed during the summer, and he would normally arrive before the salah and leave after the Salah. He would pray his knuffel and summon and voluntary prayers non follow the prayers.

01:22:13--> 01:22:14

When it came to other

01:22:16--> 01:22:30

everyone heard the other than those who are praying those who weren't praying those who are in the machine, the men, the women, the children, those in the marketplace, five times a day, just like today, non Muslims in Muslim countries know the words of

01:22:31--> 01:22:33

non Muslims then neither words of other.

01:22:36--> 01:22:40

And yet, I've mentioned many times before, and the same with a farm,

01:22:41--> 01:22:47

despite one consistent around which is heard by everybody,

01:22:48--> 01:23:03

in so many different machines, especially in the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, approximately 18,000. And yet, that will come out of the four schools of fick and even the others cannot agree on the wording of other

01:23:05--> 01:23:07

than has not been spared.

01:23:08--> 01:23:09

In which other muscles

01:23:10--> 01:23:20

are you always going to find a consensus of opinion in which a difference of opinion cannot be tolerated, especially if it's founded on sound evidences from the

01:23:21--> 01:23:27

tradition of Islam and the practice of the early companions, the companions in the early early Muslims of the law. And

01:23:28--> 01:23:30

so when some people

01:23:31--> 01:23:44

are presented with this, and they eventually concede that, yes, maybe in matters of faith, and prayer and pilgrimage, there can be differences of opinion, but not in other matters more fundamental.

01:23:45--> 01:23:52

Do not misunderstand me that's why I'm not going to give any specific examples. But this is another more complex issue.

01:23:54--> 01:24:02

When they when evidences are shown, that some of the classical scholars even differed about certain other matters

01:24:05--> 01:24:07

beyond just prayer and pilgrimage, and

01:24:10--> 01:24:23

then because they respect both groups of scholars, the same individuals who hit the two were scathing in their criticism of any difference of opinion even in fit now say, well,

01:24:24--> 01:24:33

they are both right and inshallah they will both be rewarded. So So Pamela, why is it Hello for you

01:24:34--> 01:24:36

to hold differences of opinion

01:24:37--> 01:24:44

and to accept differences of opinion amongst scholars that you regard Hi, but it's haram for everybody else.

01:24:50--> 01:24:52

And we could look at many massage

01:24:54--> 01:24:59

and the greatest of scholars have different and have earned

01:25:00--> 01:25:02

Even in the most critical of issues

01:25:07--> 01:25:14

so who decides? If we all start shunning each other and isolating and ostracizing each

01:25:15--> 01:25:22

merely matters of opinion, merely on differences of opinion, then again, we will end up

01:25:23--> 01:25:26

in such a state that nobody is greeting the other.

01:25:31--> 01:25:35

We have been told green those new No, and even those who do not know,

01:25:38--> 01:25:46

if you don't know someone and you've been told to greet them, how do you know what their state is? What their belief is, what their ideology is.

01:25:49--> 01:25:50

So why was it different here?

01:25:52--> 01:26:08

Why was it? Okay here? Well, this was a soula sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who as a messenger of Allah, and the recipients of Revelation, and the leader of the Muslim community, he made a pronouncement. And he, as a messenger of Allah said, No one has to talk.

01:26:09--> 01:26:10

For them, it was different.

01:26:20--> 01:26:23

Until when 40 nights have passed from the 50

01:26:24--> 01:26:39

then something else happened. I'll end here. I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enable us to stand may allow me because amongst those who appreciate the words of Allah and His Messenger, some of the law it was some of them was a lot worse than the man after he was Saudi Arabia and

01:26:43--> 01:26:43

a lot more

01:26:46--> 01:26:46

stuff in

01:26:49--> 01:27:28

this lecture was delivered by shall have a use of rattle Huck, and has been brought to you by alkota Productions. For additional lectures and products, please visit www.ak store.com. We can also be contacted by phone on double zero double 4121 double 713 triple seven, or by email via sales at ak store.com. produced under license by alkota Productions. All rights reserved for alkota Productions and the author. any unauthorized distribution, broadcasting or public performance of this recording will constitute a violation of copyright.