Seerah S01 E02 Part B – The Lineage Of Our Prophet ﷺ

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So

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we need our cave brothers and sisters,

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this place of solace that we go into

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and understand ourselves, we distance ourselves from our children, from our wives from our families and see really who we are. We need this. Are we truly connected to that inner voice? Are we truly upon the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam?

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Are we truly upon the way that gains the happiness of Allah subhanho wa Taala? Or do we think we upon guidance, but really we are hook line and sink drowning

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within the ways of our environments

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that nurture peer pressure, peer pressure, not peer pressure, as another pressure.

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But there's peer pressure, peer pressure, right? Sometimes environments throw us right and left and we don't even know brothers and sisters. So let's take heed from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the fact that Allah chose him to grow up in this region

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of

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misguidance and he came out as the misguide he came out as the most guided. And it's because of him that you and I insha Allah guided today, this is a sign this is a sign of looking after the fitrah of looking after the natural disposition and understanding is not nurture, no is it nature is that which Allah subhanho wa Taala created us upon? So this is a reason from the reasons why the scholars or a reason from the reasons why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose Arabia as the place of advent of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Also, our scholars say that from the reasons why Allah chose this place, and Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best is that this region had a solid support structure

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for tribesmen.

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And we know that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam benefited from this.

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This was a region that had people who respected blood and the bonds of blood.

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If one person was harmed, the entire the entire tribe

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would be affected by the harm of one person in this tribe. They had a solid structure for tribesmen and looking after the rights of the people of their tribe. And this policy worked for sudo Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for when he began his journey inviting towards Allah subhanho wa Taala. We know that Banu Hashim protected him greatly. Abu Talib Abu Talib was his greatest supporter, this tribe of Banu Hashim, one of the tribes of the Quraysh supported him greatly and ensured that no harm came to him from any other tribe and no other tribe dead harm Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because no one would want to face the wrath of Belo Hashim, a well respected tribe, a tribe

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that was looking after the affairs of the Kaaba. Banu Hashim was looking after the affairs of the Kaaba, as we will come see when we discuss the grandfather's of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam benefited from this concept that existed here, perhaps if he was in another civilization that didn't have the support structure. Right. And we see today, today is Pamela.

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We see brothers

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turn on each other brothers for a little bit of gain in this dunya and inheritance issue. For example, we see blood brothers turning against each other. Allah knows best how it was in the civilizations around Arabia, but definitely in Arabia, blood

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was thicker than water. As we say, in the English language, Islam came with something greater. Islam came with the bond of the head, and the bond of belief. Islam came with a bond far greater than the bond of blood. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. This is what Islam came with. And that is why Omar Abdullah, and when he was fighting Islam so viciously, he only did so because he saw Islam as that which caused disunity. He didn't understand the wisdom of Islam. He saw it as something causing this unity. fathers are turning against the children. Children are turning against their fathers brothers are turning against each other tribesmen are turning against each other. This was not what he was

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bought, brought up upon. Right. So he fought his way

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viciously because he saw Islam as creating disunity, but the day Allah showered guidance upon him. And indeed it is Allah who guides and he saw that Subhanallah we were upon disunity, and Islam brings us upon unity. He became the greatest supporter of Islam rhodiola who and we know after his Islam how he went to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and uttered the famous words unless neither are we not upon the truth. Why are we hiding in worshipping Allah subhanho? wa Taala Allah Subhana Allah yesterday he was lashing people for reciting La ilaha illa Allah today he's upset as to why we bring in secret. He says surely we have a greater right to the Kaaba, we should go and

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offer the Salah Attica Ravi Allah Hi, this is Emily hubub Ravi Allah who is a great character and personality that we find during our study of the seer of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when we said one of the wisdoms why we study the sera is to grow our love for the Sahaba probably Allah who I'm admiring.

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From the reason cited as well My dear brothers and sisters as to why Allah chose this reason, this this region for the advent of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam was the fact that this region had the strongest language that existed in the world them and it is the strongest language that exists in the world now. And that is the Arabic language. And those who will last Allahu alayhi wa sallam came at a time when the Arabic language was at its peak in terms of eloquence, in terms of elegance, in terms of excellence, right? The seven hanging ODEs that denote the pedigree of poetry in the Arabic language existed before the advent of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, which

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means the Arabic language reached a mighty degree.

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And the Arabic language is the language which Allah subhanho wa Taala chose as a vessel to hold the laws of Allah subhanho wa Taala, the teachings of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Surely the container, which holds something mighty, must be mighty as well.

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Think about it, you wouldn't put petrol and parafin in a plastic pocket or bag you wouldn't. It's not worthy of holding a substance of

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such density. You need an appropriate container, it might hold water, but it won't hold paraffin, for example, it won't hold hold petrol, for example, or oil for example, with time it will seep through, it's not worthy enough of holding the contents that are inside it. So we choose a worthy container. Allah subhanho wa Taala chose the Arabic language to be the container to hold the laws of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So this region had the greatest language, and Subhanallah think about it brothers and sisters, we are living more than 1400 years after Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and much longer after the advent of the Arabic language. Right. The Arabic language came about many, many years before Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and that needs a different discussion. We discussed the genealogy of the Arabs the Kapha and and the unknown, and so on and so forth. Where did these Arabs come from? Right? That's a whole different discussion, we might need an hour together and it's it's probably not everybody's cup of tea genealogy and it gets a bit too academic and sometimes can get

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confusing, but inshallah we'll, we'll look at the lineage of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, at least the Arabic language existed way before Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but it exists today. You and I, if we learn the Arabic language, we can understand the Quran that was revealed to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And we can read the writings of the scholars that wrote the explanations of the ayat in the Quran and the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and so on and so forth. It's an it's a language that has not died, we say languages which have died, and languages which have been born.

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The Arabic language still exists, but what about the languages that English didn't exist? Then? Where are the languages of that time of those civilizations? Do they exist today? Subhan Allah Subhana Allah so it was only worth I mean, this reason alone would be enough for this wisdom alone would be enough for us to appreciate why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose this particular region, and Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best, but somebody told me that they came across a study, a study which advised that the greatest sciences that exist today, medicine,

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astronomy,

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and all the scientific sciences, the branches of science, even mathematics, and physics and so on and so forth, should be translated into the Arabic language to present

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Have it forever.

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Right? Western academics, Western academics have appreciated this point that we've cited which our scholars have cited as a wisdom.

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Why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose Arabia, as the place of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is advect. Right? Western academia has understood that this language is rich, it's so well preserved. Its grammar is of a high pedigree, and well documented. Its morphology is of a high pedigree, and well documented, its eloquence, and poetry is of a high pedigree, and well documented, and how to understand it and learn it and so on and so forth. In fact, even the way it's taught, the way the language is taught, has evolved. Right? Even the way the language is, is taught is evolved such that it's conducive to the different centuries, that we see.

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vibrant with lessons pertaining to the Arabic language to the people that lived within that century. So this is one of the reasons as well, why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose this region, another wisdom, which I was called as a Rahmatullah Allah him is that Arabia was central to the world. This region was central to the entire world. So it was conducive for Islam to spread and flow into the rest of the world. And don't forget that this region had the Kaaba and had the will of Samsung,

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the well of Zamzam, which was covered and then and dug by one of the grandfather's of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and inshallah we'll discuss this. So people were already coming for the hedge, because they knew the hedge was a place where people gathered. So traders would come for trade, they know that this we should travel there because the world meets up there, and we sell our product, even if they weren't people who performed the pilgrimage, they would come to Arabia. So this so that the Tao of Muhammad Sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam became easier in that he could pass on the message to those who came to him

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rather than he sallallahu alayhi wasallam traveling to all the different countries and the different dynasties and the different regions, right. They were already coming for the hedge, and he could spread his message amongst them and I miss them and we see from the Sierra that were similar sallallahu alayhi wasallam did just that. And this is why he was a great threat to the crash, right? Because when they were coming, he was preaching to them a message, which was far different to the ways of the operation, the courage was seen as the protectors of the Kaaba. So this is another wisdom that I was called aside behind why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose

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this particular region to be the place that His revelation would come to, and the place that His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would come from, and Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best now brothers and sisters, when we look at these wisdoms, Allah He, what it should do within yourself and myself is growing our love for Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is what he should do, we should become even more amazed by our Creator subhanho wa Taala. And they should cause us to exalt Him more and glorify Him more for Allah Who Who could have chosen Arabia as the setting

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for revelation in the sending of a prophet besides Allah subhanho wa Taala your mind and my mind would never if we sat down, if we were given the task, think about it, of choosing the place for revelation and the advent of the final profit, low profit will come after him and this and we look at Arabia and so how bad it is how arid it is, how hot it is, the nature of its people, the way it lacks resources, there's no water there is not a place of agriculture. You will never see plantations there. And so on and so forth. MCI is a valley in and of itself, would you and I choose this place with our minds and limited wisdom and hikma? Absolutely not? Absolutely not subhana wa

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biella only Allah subhanho wa Taala could choose this place. And when we read the Sierra and understand these wisdoms, surely our love for Allah subhanho wa Taala should increase as our all

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in Allah subhanho wa Taala increases our offer Allah subhanho wa Taala increases, right? This is this teaches us that truly the wisdom of Allah subhanho wa Taala is perfect, is perfect. And this should teach us how we don't know. And how Allah subhanho wa Taala knows well ah who want to learn.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says I saw and Takahashi well who

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was a unto him bush I overshot.

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Right? Allah say sometimes you like something but it's bad for you. And sometimes you dislike something but it's good for you. Subhan Allah, Allah Who here and Allah knows when to let no more than you truly turn it

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Do not know. That is why never complain and never be people have an agenda and it's the

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people who act in haste,

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a trial or tribulation before then immediately we start denying Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Instead of

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exercising the belief which we say we have

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it Allah subhanho wa Taala and the wisdom that Allah subhanho wa Taala has, and how perfect his wisdom is, instead of doing this, we become people who act in haste. And we deny Allah subhanho wa Taala will

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understand my dear brothers and sisters, there's nothing there's nothing as complete evil. There's nothing as complete evil. Evil is what you and I perceive as evil.

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But the if you look at it from another angle, this benefit I'll give you an example. Allah particular will cause I mean,

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if hailstones fell from the sky, and smashed all the windscreens of our vehicles, is that good or bad?

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That's bad, isn't it? Is that would you say, sir, I want some good news. My windscreen got crushed today smashed by hail. What about yours? It happened Alhamdulillah. Would we do this? No, it's bad. It's Is it good or bad? It's bad. But what about the guy who sells windscreens?

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Good or bad? Hey, hamdulillah good business. Right? The guy who sells windscreens he sold out. So was it was bad from one angle for somebody else? It was good. Right? There's nothing I complete evil.

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Right? And take this lesson. Allah subhanho wa Taala chose this region from the outside you and I will say Subhan Allah, this region out of all regions. But when we look at the result, the result that you and I are Muslims today because of this region, and the wisdoms which our scholars

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have deduced as to why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose this region, what would you say good or bad? We say it was the perfect place. There was no better place than this place to witness the advent of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi, wasallam Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, in everything, brothers and sisters take the story of use of Allah he set up when he was thrown into the bottom of the well, as a young boy, seven or younger, was that good or bad?

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That was bad. See, young boy left today, in the bottom of a while. But 50 something years later, when he is the minister in Egypt. And it's because of his skills, he was able to save or able to create a situation of surplus in terms of the agriculture that they practiced that when the drought came, he was able to feed Egypt as well as the surrounding regions. Right. Right. The fact that now he is the minister in charge of this, and he could not have become who he became if he wasn't thrown into the house. When he was this young boy. When you look at it, from that perspective, was him being in the world good or bad? It was very good. It was very good. If he did if he wasn't in the

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well, the caravan would not have found him. If they didn't find him. They wouldn't have transported him to Egypt. If he wasn't transported, transported into Egypt, he wouldn't have been in the slave market when the when the minister at the time was shopping for his life. Subhan Allah see the wisdom of Allah subhanho wa Taala. That is why don't be people who act in haste My dear brothers and sisters and deny Allah, we make dua and we act in haste. Allah will always answer our da

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as Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us except the do our of the one who makes his daughter in haste. He makes us do it and he makes do it. Then he says Allah is not answering my door.

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And this happens, this happens people say this. I'm asking and asking and asking until when? Until when Emma until when is Allah going to make me suffer making do I even that is not answering my door.

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I've heard this. I've heard this. This is dangerous, my dear brothers and sisters agenda to meet a shaper.

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acting in haste is from sharepad. We have to be people of patience. And people have true Eman And as Allah subhanho wa Taala says wakad phenylethylamine cobla him fala admin Allahu La Nina Sadako hola eliminare Academy it's not enough for you to say I believe.

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I see Vanessa Yutaka. yaku Amana hula afternoon is not enough for you to say you believe and allow and test you is going to test the real he's going to test you to make manifest the reality of what you have said Do you truly believe? Do you truly believe in exercise patience, when difficulty afflicts you? And this highlights the reality of your Eman or do you act in haste and deny Allah subhanho wa Taala and disbelief Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us I mean, I mean May Allah subhanho wa Taala showered upon us wisdom. Well, may you tell

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matters okkadu to hire and kathira Allah says the one who has been given wisdom has been given.

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abundant, good, abundant good, right, as we discussed these wisdoms behind why Allah chose Arabia as the Advent from Hamas and Allah as an as the place where Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam will emerge from.

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We can't help but ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us people have wisdom as well. I mean, I mean, Dr. Bellamy

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before any of my dear brothers and sisters, I said, Let's discuss a little bit about the genealogy of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. When we look at the lineage of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, we see that we can divide

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his lineage into three portions. The first portion has the lineage that all the scholars agreed, there's no difference of opinion regarding

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the chain

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and the names mentioned in the chain.

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And then we have the second portion.

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And that portion

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consists of a chain that the scholars have disputed and these evidences but the evidence is not clear. Thus, the scholars have disputed

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disputed sets and they've disputed the the chain being the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam or certain grandfathers that have been mentioned being from the grandfathers of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, wasallam and so on and so forth. And then we have the third portion, and this portion is a portion that has little or no evidence to substantiate it. Okay, three portions, as for the first portion,

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then this consists of the grandfather's of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, Alayhi, wasallam, up to his grandfather, who was named Adnan or called Adnan le I told you about advan and Kapha. Right, they have been said to be the foundation of the Arabs, right? Although different from Adnan because Adnan was from the descendants of Ishmael and his salah and is made at a salon was not Arab Arab. He wasn't born. He wasn't from Arabia, he was from Iraq. Ibrahim Ali Salam was in Iraq. And he brought him and he said, I'm left he smiled and he said I'm with Hydra Salaam

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in the place, where now we find the well of Zamzam in the Caribbean, right. So they were they were moved to,

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to Macau, they were moved to Macau, but originally they were from Iraq, but we know that it's made it he said um as he grew up, and the will of Samson brought the Arabs into the region, he married from one of the tribes that came into this region. And thus, the the, or the the Arabian

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concept came into play, in terms of his progeny. And thus we have Adnan

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that he said to be one of the foundations of the Arabs, one of the foundations of the Arabs, and then we have one and that is another foundation of the Arabs. Now, what we must know is all prophets after Ibrahim Alayhi Salam go back to Ibrahim alayhis salam,

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all prophets after Abraham and he said, Go back to Ibrahim alayhis salaam via his two sons is married and he Salah, which the scholars have to say, or some say, was given to Abraham and he Salama Abraham was 90 years of age

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and his half of his Salah,

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which the scholar say, was given to Ibrahim Alayhi Salam around 10 years after is married and he Salah so all profits go back to Abraham and he sent him via these two prophets. But what's more interesting is all the profits go back to Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam via his hack at his Salah, except one profit. And that is Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for he goes back to

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Ibrahim alayhis salam via his son is Maria alehissalaam. So Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is from the progeny of his very early Salah was the as the the the the other prophets, his help and Yahoo and Yusuf Alayhi, Salam and so on and so forth Moosa and Isa and so on and so forth. They from the progeny of his help, and he sent me this clear, right, this was, this was one of the blessings of Ibrahim alayhis salam, Allah subhanho wa Taala gave Ibrahim alayhis salam blessings the prophets did not have because of the Baraka and blessing of Ibrahim alayhis salam himself, Allah loved him a lot. And Allah gave him a mighty rank. And this mighty rank was given to Abraham at a Salaam Why?

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Because of the level of tawheed of Ibraheem alehissalaam his the heat was praiseworthy and that is why we find Allah subhanho wa Taala giving him precedence in the Quran in front of other prophets.

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Many Anya, Allah will mentioned him first, even though it might be a person might say that it would be acceptable if he was mentioned later. But Allah brings him in front in, in many Anya, in many Anya. And I was gonna say because of his toe heat and level of the heat. And as Ibrahim said, well, no one will muslimeen he was a champion of the hidden being the greatest submitted to the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we know that he put a knife to the neck of his son, a son that was given to him when he was 19 years old. For years, he was asking Allah for the son, for years, he was asking Allah for this child for years, so that tauheed could continue on earth after him. wasn't

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asking for a child like are you and I asked for a child.

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So Pamela, he was asking so that the message of tawheed would continue. But yes, it's natural that a father loves his child, and a parent loves his or her child. It's natural. Allah tested him. Allah tested him with that child, that who is more beloved to Allah and the law of Allah

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or your child. Because remember, Islam refers to Islam. And this this lamb refers to submitting to the will of Allah in the moment that you are in. If you submit to the will of Allah, in the moment that you live in, you are a Muslim, you are a Muslim. Right That is why I was called as Rahmatullah hearing him say, the Jews who accepted Isa and he Solomon died upon the wheel of Isa one Muslim,

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because they accepted the will of Allah and that was accepting is a Salam is a prophet, and those who accepted Moosa and he said, I'm all Muslims, but when they denied the visa, they came out of of the fold of Islam, because they did not submit to the will of Allah in the moment that they lived in. Is this lamp. This is the meaning of Islam. Yes, we always hear Islam means peace, and Islam does mean peace. But Islam also means something else, which is submitting to the will of Allah in the moment that you are in. And this is not a story of Ibrahim alayhis salam, we're discussing the seer of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the greatest man to have walked the face of this

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earth. But nonetheless, this is necessary mentioned given that Ibrahim Alayhi Salam is considered to be the father of the prophets, for the reason, which I shared with you earlier. Now.

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We said that Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam received many blessings from the blessings of Abraham was that he was

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cited as the father of the Arabs, so a lot made every prophet after him to be linked to him in lineage, number one, number two, we see from the blessings of Ibrahim Alayhi Salam that he was chosen to build the Kaaba and act of worship that nobody else can do.

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Which profit after Ibrahim alayhis salam did this? Nobody. Nobody. Why is your Ferrari Brahim? I

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mean, elbaite what is Marin have been at Taco Bell, Mina SubhanAllah. Look at this, I look at this. I said he will lie he, right. Ibrahim is a specific person, he's a prophet. The task he was given to do was specific, nobody else can do that task, build the Kaaba, the place that he had to do it was specific as well. It cannot be done anywhere else specific, specific, specific. And even though all the specifics fell on him, and he was specific himself, what does he say after he finishes robina coppermine.

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Allah accept from us

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subpanel as if there were other servants of Allah doing he will cry except from us as we accept from them. Today Subhan Allah Who knows what we say I'll accept from me don't accept from him. When he has a villa. His competition is always market share. We live in the era of branding and marketing, right consumerization market share who owns the lion's share of the market? Isn't it? Right? even amongst the that the discussion happens, you know, whichever has the most Facebook followers. This happens, isn't it? Everyone's laughing who's got the lion's share of the dour, isn't it?

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There was no competition amongst them via anahim Salatu was Salam. They were assisted to one another. Have they helped one another? Do you not see

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the example of Ibrahim alayhis salam and Luca Salah they lived in the same time. And when the angels came to give Ibrahim and he said I'm glad tidings of a child. And then they told him that we also going to the people of Luth we're going to destroy this nation. Great punishment is coming to them. What did he do? Did he say Alhamdulillah? My competition? You know, we're both in the GUI we both in the dour, right. He's an organization I'm an organization. I need to shut that organization down. Right. Did he say Alhamdulillah? Now I can take that. It can it can be all mine. No

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No, he immediately spoke to the angels. He said Carla in the

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loot is there. What are you what are you talking about?

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What are you talking about? My breath is there Subhana Allah And look, they will help us to one another. They, they knew that what this prophet wants to do is what this prophet wants to do. When he is successful, I'm going to celebrate because he's he's creating the world I'm trying to create. And when I'm successful, he's going to celebrate, because I'm creating the world he wants to create as well. We should assist one another. We shouldn't fight with one another and try and close one another down. We are not granted the understanding. These are side notes, but I said this is Phil Kassir. We're not going to be discussing the Sierra mean telling you the story of this hero said

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we're going to take snippets and learn from it right? That's what we want to do.

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So inshallah this discussion is in its place. Ibrahim Alayhi Salam

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he defended loot

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alayhis salam Allah gathers with these great MBI engender me? So Ibrahim Alayhi Salam he asks Allah to accept from him will lie This is a lesson for you and I my dear brothers and sisters,

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we practice fasting This is not a specific a bad everybody practices fasting In fact, Allah says fasting was prescribed upon the people before us as well. Right?

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When we finish fasting let's make it a habit to ask Allah have been at Taco Bell when when we finished Ravi and pm This is not specifically bad. The only is performing this event.

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Let us make it a habit to ask Allah robina Taco Bell Minda

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this should be the way of a believer when he worships Allah. A believer does not become arrogant when he worships. He does not tell himself I have reached

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I am better than him. I perform three Raka three Salawat in the day in the masjid. He doesn't perform any at all I am better. I observed the hijab. She doesn't. I am better. my trousers are above my ankles isn't I am better. I have a beard Subhanallah No, a bad that should make us more humble.

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A bed should make us more humble. The more of the sooner Allah blesses us to revive, the more humble we should become brothers. This is the nature of of these bad debt, this eBuy that brings us closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And if this is the case, then the qualities of the hereafter come into our hearts. If our divider is that making us humble there's a problem with our application. My dear brothers and sisters understand this. Ibrahim Alayhi Salam is the greatest example specific person specific act of worship specific place there's no one else is going to take it away from him. But he turns to a line says Rob Burnett a couple min

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from the blessings of Ibrahim Alayhi Salam is that Allah lifted mass punishment from the earth after him

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no nation was

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wiped off the face of the earth in its entirety after Abraham militia not even the machinery called the pagan Arabs given the heliyon ignorance Subhan Allah Subhana Allah have been given a red card

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or be given an ID card by the way I you know, I thought the World Cups will finish it will come Ceylon don't think if yellow cards before red cards

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by were finished just now inshallah we finished just now inshallah. So

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this first portion which the scholars agree to entail, the grandfathers of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam up to adnet up to Adnan.

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And this chain goes as follows Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the son of Abdullah, the son of Abu Talib, the son of a sham, who was the son of abdomen F, who was the son of qusai, who was the son of keylab, who was the son of Laura, who was the son of cab, who was the son of Louis, who was the son of hollub, who was the son of Fisher, who was the son of Malik, who was the son of nerva, who was the son of banana, who was the son of Hussein, who was the son of Mutharika, who was the son of Le s, who was the son of mother, who was the son of Nisa, who was the son of mag, who was the son of a DNA, this lineage, all the scholars agree to this is the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi wasallam up to Atlanta.

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We lost lineage which I said, which has little or no evidence is from Ibrahim alayhis, salam to Adam and he shall have to Adam and he salah and perhaps this, the fact that our Sharia has

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given us the greatest details pertaining to this first portion, and the grandfather's of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wasallam up to and that is enough for us. It's it suffices for us and this great wisdoms, there's great wisdoms in this noble lineage right? In sha Allah you know redcard means I have to get off the pitch so I respect that. inshallah, what we will do is when I come tomorrow insha Allah and Allah brings us together tomorrow, we will discuss some of the grandfather's of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and some of the things they did, which made them wealthy, and this will teach us how noble the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is, and then we

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will ponder and extrapolate certain wisdoms, certain wisdoms, from the fact that Allah subhanho wa Taala blessed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with this noble lineage, Allah He and Hadith Allah human as as they say, when we speak about the best of people to have walked the face of this earth. When does it become bored? When does it become tired? I love you all for the sake of Allah, everything correct said is from Allah subhanho wa Taala and he is perfect and any mistakes are from myself in shape and and I see como subhanho wa Taala is forgiveness where Allah preservers in his obedience and gather us here again tomorrow. Hello Allahu Allah, Masha Allah Allah wa Sallim wa

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barik ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Marine wa salam o Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh