Seerah S4 E16 – Lessons from The expedition of al Hudaybiyyah – Part 03
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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen aubenas tearing on Solomon Solomon bottom in the beginning the Bina Mohammed Ali. He was so happy he was a limiter Sleeman, kathira li and Medina my bad arbitragefreie sadri were severely angry while we look at that time at least any fo od or praise belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala we praise Him always, and we request praises and blessings.
Upon the final messenger Muhammad Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I bear witness that there's no one worthy of worship besides one Allah, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is His messenger to my brothers and sisters in Islam, Salam O Allah, Allah Kumara wabarakatuh May the peace may blessings and may safety from Allah subhanho wa Taala be upon you all. And I welcome you all to episode number 16 of our series Fiq of sera series blast from the past Sierra in the 21st century. Of course, this is season four, I know I'm coming to you at an odd time in terms of our usual
scheduling, but this is totally out of necessity, and within Lucha Allah, tomorrow we will resume as per normal as per normal scheduling, I just wanted to make sure that we didn't miss a day disk, despite circumstances on my end, so that we can get as much of the Sierra into this season for this final season of ours and inshallah, in this way, also, we remain consistent with the days of our blessed month, the month of Ramadan, that Subhan Allah has seen 16 days having gone by, or at least where I am, I know for other people, it's 15 days, but we I am 16 days, and we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to accept everything that has passed and to forgive us for any mistakes and to inspire us to
new heights in what remains. I mean, you are blind I mean, brothers and sisters in Islam, we began in earnest a couple episodes ago, discussing the events of alhuda, the expedition of Alfa davia, we went through several important
highlights from this particular expedition. This is a mighty expedition brothers and sisters in Islam and even the lessons from the events that have taken that took place. In this expedition Subhan Allah there's so many entire books have been written on the benefits and virtues from the expedition of alhuda. Again, I remind those who might have missed it in earlier episodes, our series together it's not about going through every piece of detail from the Syrah but rather tapping into highlights highlights that allow us to extract 21st century lessons, lessons that we can benefit from today, in the 21st century, right. So please use our lessons together as something that
instigates you to go back to the books of Sierra and be inspired to read them cover to cover for there's so many lessons for us. So panel line, I don't think you can actually set a number in terms of seasons, covering lessons from the Sierra, they're just far too many. And if you go back to them, you find more again, such as the reality of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam brothers and sisters in Islam.
Today, as promised in our last episode, we want to take that necessary pitstop. This doesn't mean we didn't take
lessons intuitively, as we were touching on some of the events.
We have Alhamdulillah. However, in terms of the mainframe lessons, for those who are familiar with our series, we keep them for a particular episode or for a particular segment of the episode. So this is what we want to take today. We want to take the lessons that we can extract from what we've taken from the story of Abu Dhabi or the expedition of Allahu davia. But before that, as we've seen from the time we've discussed expedition of when one was Talia and
The The, the siege of Medina by the Confederates, and then the events thereafter we always have these, these highlights that can't be ignored. So let us begin with those highlights the first highlight brothers and sisters in Islam that I want to share with you is
the concern of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after the signing took place. Okay, so after the signing took place, and I hope yesterday's lesson is fresh after the signing took place, obviously it comes across to the untrained eye like you know what they want. We didn't when we're not going to do Amara, we have to go back empty handed. And in terms of the clauses, it looks like everything,
you know, facilitates their desires, their objectives, even the actual wording, the framework wording of the of the agreement was done based on how they wanted it to be done. Right. So the companions, or some of them they had concern. Some of the seniors had concern from them or Maribel hubub robiola and also others from the seniors of the unser and ombre, we have Bob robiola, who and we know his personality. He came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he put forward his concerns in his straightforward,
highlighted way for him to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Are you not the Messenger of Allah? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yes, he says, Are we not the Muslims? Are we not Muslims? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Yes, he goes, are they not the polytheists? The idolater is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Yes, the normal he said, then why are we being humiliated in our religion? So clearly, he found this to be a form of humiliation, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, as I said, I'm the Messenger of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I will not disobey Allah subhanho
wa Taala Han Allah. Right? Right. So he's, he's put something across to Omar that at the moment, might have escaped him, that this is the instruction of Allah subhanho wa Taala. In another narration, he said, I am the slave of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I will not act contrary to his command just like a slave doesn't go against the command of his or her master. So, Omar got this answer? Then armor goes to Abubakar robiola. And then he says the same thing, how is he not the messenger? aboubaker says is the messenger Are we not the Muslims? Yes, we are the Muslims. Are they not the isolators? Yes, they are the idolater. So why are we being humiliated? And aboubaker? gave
him the same answer as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did obviously, but in this time referring him when he gave his answer, he was referring to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that he is the Messenger of Allah and he won't go against the command of Allah subhanho wa Taala in one narration, or tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Did you not say that we will come to the Kaaba and we will do tawaf, we will, we will circulate around the cover, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commonly said, Yes, I did. But I didn't say when. Right? I didn't say when and you will, you will achieve this, you will achieve this Amara, and you will achieve the stuff that you ask about. So this is an important highlight. Right? So this is, obviously His voice is heard, but there were other companions who felt that, you know, things didn't look very favorable for the Muslims. Now brothers and sisters in Islam, were there. Well, you know, yes, Omar is speaking of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that, you
know, there has to be a level of either but also he's a human being, he doesn't intend to disrespect the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that is correct. And that is his demeanor, and he needs to work on it. And he does work on it. He does work on it, because later on, he says that after that, you know, he obviously he regretted he was in the heat of the moment, it is character, that's who he is. And all credit to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam dealt with him, I feel we can't take you know, when you study leadership, you can't turn a blind eye to that the calmness of the messenger in dealing with with with armor. And O'Meara
said that after that I played so many voluntary psara and fostered so many voluntary fasts and sacrifice so many voluntary sacrifice, sacrifices, meaning sacrificial animals, and I've read so many slaves
to you know, fearing that Allah subhanho wa Taala will punish me because of that
discussion I had with the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam after Allahu davia So here we see that we talk about the human nature, the human nature, the human nature of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam the human nature of the Sahaba and sometimes we say You know what?
They also have he was the messenger, you know, why do you want us to be like them? Yeah, take guidance from them. Why are you asking us to take guidance from them? They were I people, we are different people. No, they were human beings. Right. They also went through the hardships of life as human beings and they felt what they felt when they worked on what they did, and in
Their lives are lessons for us. So we'll touch on that point inshallah as we go into the pitstop lesson. So this is something that happened with regards to Omar, Abdullah kopparberg Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
Another lesson, or highlight is, again, and this is related to the response to the feelings to understanding the mindset, the feelings of the companions after all this happened, because, you know, let's not forget, it's a long journey from Mecca to Medina. And then they had to change the terrain because of the courage. And then they settled. And then there was all these negotiations and all these people coming people, one after the other, coming to verifying the Prophet sallallahu alayhi, wasallam be saying the same thing. And then he gets to a stage where you can see that this whole verification process is a fraud. It's just a smokescreen. They're just trying to, you know,
show as if they were, you know, they they they ran protocol to the Arabs who know that the police don't own the Kaaba, but they can be the custodians of the carbon, they can't block anyone from coming to the curb. So it was a smokescreen, person after person, the Prophet sallallaahu it was an embarrassing to say sending the same answer. They still don't believe they believe that no, he's here for war. They they know he's there for ombre deep down, they know it, but they want to push out an agenda that will help them justify the actions later on. So all this frustration, right, and then, you know, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his first ambassador, go this floaties
animal and they threatened to sue to kill him, then it was mangoes and this one goes missing, then these rumors come out. So it's, you know, it's event after event after event. And then all of a sudden when we come to this negotiation, To the untrained eye, right? It looks like they are the winners. So what happens again with the Sahaba, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commands them to lead to come out of a harem, and to slaughter the animals.
Because hellos we've signed the treaty, there's no armor this year. And the Sahaba did not act this is very strange. They didn't immediately get up and take, they didn't say we're not going to do it. Don't be mistaken here so that they didn't listen, meaning they didn't act immediately. And there's a difference. They didn't act immediately. No one could have been said by Allah, we're not going to do it. No, nobody said that. Right? The human beings, they in their zone, they in this specific zone in this circumstance, and they dealing with it. They just didn't do it immediately. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam felt a bit of frustration, and he entered upon him selama our mother, the
mother of the believers and his wife, and she was a lady of wisdom. Subhan Allah. Alright, so Pamela,
and she listens to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then she says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her viewpoint, she says, Look on messenger of Allah, they are sad. They feel defeated. They're not defeated. But that's how they feel.
Right? So we have to focus on what they feeling. It's not a defeat, but they feel defeated. And then some of them may think it's Pamela, what wisdom she had, some of them may think that you are telling them to come out of a firearm out of sympathy for them, because, you know, they need her arm. It's uncomfortable. There's rules and regulations that apply. And this is going on and on and on. And we also seen during the Battle of the Confederates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam tried to create a deal with the Fatah fan for the to alleviate the difficulty on his companions over his companions. So she said that some of them might be thinking that you're doing this out of sympathy
for them, and they don't want you to, they don't want the sympathy. They want they willing to stay and carry on and do this armor. And then she said, and other people might feel from them that you are being hard on yourself by asking them to stay in your home. And you are not by asking them to come out of your home, and you are going to stay in the home. And in the process. What happens in the process.
You know, they feel like you're just doing this for them, and you are going to,
you know, go go through this hardship by yourself. So she she tried to encompass a variation of feelings out there outside the tent. And then what did she do? She advised the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. She said, Oh prophet of Allah, do this. Go out there. Don't speak to anybody. And slaughter your animals.
And then call your shaver and get him to shave your your head in front of them.
And this is what he did sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and when the Sahaba saw him doing it, they did it. Right. So you get the idea here that the companions was, I mean, if you just think about it, this is something I felt and Allah knows best. That you feel that until the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did it. There was this hope with the Sahaba the Allahu Anima drain that you know what, despite all, we still might be able to do Samira something might happen. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw this dream, so something's going to happen.
Right? So they had this open when they saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam doing surgery of his era he removed his harem and he wore his normal clothing they pursued accordingly. Now when they follow through accordingly, some people shave the entire head as the prophets of Allah Allah
was limited, and some people shorten the head and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam may do for the people who shaved their head. So the Sahaba said, what about the people who short who who just shorten the hair, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? He didn't answer them, but he may do it for the one who shaved his head. And then they asked again, and he made for the third time do or for the one who shaved his head? And then the companions
said, what about the one who shortened his hair and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam made the offer the one who shortened his hair. And through this brothers and sisters in Islam, the fuqaha have derived that there is more rewards in shaving your hair and less rewards in shortening your hair. But shaving or shortening takes you out of a Ha. Okay, so this is another highlight.
Now, a question did come in. So before we go into the lessons, let's take the question. I don't know if we get through all the lessons today we can try. But one question did come in about why did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam carry his animals from for slaughter? in Mecca from Medina when Amara has no sacrifice? This is true. The sacrifice is for hedge amateur and hedge tiran. Right. But hedge fraud doesn't have a compulsory sacrifice by this. I mean, there's three ways of performing hedge.
It's beyond the scope of our discussion. But the point is that the first two that I mentioned, there's a mandatory sacrifice for the third one, there's no mandatory sacrifice. So the hedge has the concept of the sacrifice. So why did they take it?
I didn't say in passing in earlier episodes, that, you know, it could be a case where you never know they're going during the months of Hajj and you know, they could you know, experience a circumstance where they could catch the Hajj Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best, but that is also plausible. It is. Allah knows best. It's a it's an answer that's highly unlikely is plausible, but highly unlikely. So what are the most likely answers? The most likely answers are number one, because
sacrifices have three types you have a compulsory sacrifice, which like I said, is for hedge, tomato and hedge Baron, then you have a must to have sacrifice. And a must have sacrifice is the sacrifice that you do you do generally for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was known to send the animals into the Haram in Makkah and have them sacrificed their right, it's an act of worship, you're doing it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So while he was going, he was taking his animals to sacrifice, but also you could say, and this is a third scenario, that the animals are also taking just in case that a penalty applies, that a penalty
applies because when a penalty applies, then you have to sacrifice an animal like in the case for hunting. However, when the animals are marked, then they marked for ritual sacrifice that they marked to be sacrificed for the sake of Allah. Like I said earlier, when the animals were marked, then the people who saw these animals knew that the Muslims were definitely going for a better and not for war, because they even taking these animals to sacrifice them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was taking his his animals to to sacrifice them, and also from the rules of Aurora, which is something that shaped our youth.
In terms of our general knowledge, if you do get into the state of your firearm, and you do pass on your part, and you have the intention to do haraam engaged, and you don't complete the camera, for one reason, or the other, you are blocked, like what happened to the Muslims. Then if you didn't make a condition when you entered the stage of the state of your haram account by condition, I mean, you entered the state of haraam x and you know, meaning you in the state of Iran except in the circumstance where you prevent it. Right. So you didn't make that exception. When you made your intention or you announced the Tobia with your intention, then if you don't complete the Umrah, you
come out of your out of the state of harm, but you also sacrifice an animal. So these are answers possible answers to the question at hand. Okay, our pitstop session of lessons. There's so many let's try and go through what we can and if we don't finish, then we will continue these lessons tomorrow be the later the first
lesson, the first
lesson brothers and sisters in Islam
is that this particular event, this event of who they be
this event of her davia is a basis. Right?
is a basis for anyone entering into a ceasefire agreement or peace treaty
with the opposition. Right so this is the default reality of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his life formulates a basis for us. We have to see his life as a basis for us to derive rulings from so Allah subhanho wa Taala brings the circumstances
The life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then how he deals with it becomes the basis for us to get guidance from when we are faced with similar circumstances and situations. Right? I'm not just talking about ethics, I'm even talking about playing law brothers and sisters in Islam Islamic jurisprudence. So in the Treaty of Aleppo de BIA, the scholars have deduced many jurisprudence rules when it comes to ceasefire, treaties, and so on and so forth. Alright, so, this is the first highlight that we have to mention in terms of the pitstop lesson in terms of the benefit
of the events of alhuda, and of the events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, in general. So that's number one. Number two, it is from Islam, to be proactive in seeking no conflict, and taking the means towards achieving it. This is from Islam, brothers and sisters in Islam. And we've seen this in many instances, just in this expedition itself. Number one, for example, the Muslims changing the route when they were told that the Quraysh are preparing to meet them. And that's how they avoided the crash. This is a proactive effort. Number two, the Muslims settling at her davia and constantly expressing the intent for pilgrimage and happy to engage as
many people that were sent by the courage over to ask what the Muslims want. Again, it was frustrating, but let's be proactive here. We're trying to avoid conflict. Then also see, not only this, you know, it's not only about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam engaging in talks, but how he sincerely sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told the Sahaba that he is willing to accept anything that the Quraysh asked for, which relates to respecting the sanctity of MK of the holy lands. Because this is a moxa charity, this is an objective of the Sharia to do to alvim of the Sharia law, to to venerate the holy lands and the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala on Earth. Right. So
just from these three examples, we see brothers and sisters in Islam, that it is from Islam to be proactive in seeking no conflict. Right. And we spoken about this earlier, it doesn't mean you weak, and we know that the Muslims weren't weak. And I told you what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said after the Battle of the Confederates, that we will not be attacked. The offensive of taking Islam to others now will happen from us We will not be defending Islam, we will be offensive in taking Islam to the people. So they will not weak.
They will not weak he was proactively avoiding conflict. Number three, seeking divine values, comes before conceding to emotion.
Right. Did the companions Miss Mecca? Of course they did. Did the Quraysh hold their wealth still? Which they stole when the Muslims left for Medina? That was still the case? Did the Muslims Mr. Amara? Yes, they did. Did the Muslims want to do ombre? No doubt about it? Did they have a right to it? No doubt about it.
But the sanctity of the precinct was put first, that we will do our Amara
without war if possible.
And if possible, means we will explore every opportunity to make sure it's possible.
right. So seeking divine values, this is what is more beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala comes before conceding to your emotion.
We have to ask ourselves, what is beloved to Allah, because I'm a servant of Allah and not my desire.
Right. So sometimes brothers and sisters, in Islam, you may have rights to something. But seeking divine values forces you to be responsible. And being responsible means sometimes you have to give up on your rights to achieve a greater objective. And I've spoken about this during our series together, when we've discussed also the rights between husband and wife, for example, and how there's a platform of responsibility that exist also during a marriage, which is a platform, nobler than the platform of rights rights is the bare minimums, the bare minimum. And that's what we go to When, when, when when there's a conflict. But together, the party should endeavor to seek divine
values, and live upon defined values. And that means being responsible,
that it might not be a right upon me to look after his parents, but maybe I should do it responsibly.
Because that will help me achieve a relationship with Allah and achieve the objectives beloved to Allah that I can't achieve. I just remained on the right. Same with the husband. Maybe it's a right that I, you know, prefer my wife to be with me at home today when there's some event at her parents house, but I can't be responsible and sacrifice my right a little bit and let her go. And this will what will this do for the marriage? And what will this do in terms of us achieving the divine values together as a couple and building a life together as a couple like this? I don't want to take this down the marriage route, but this is just an example. Same thing applies with our children, brothers
and sisters in a snap. I know this parents rights and
The children's rights but there's also parent responsibilities and children responsibilities where we go find beyond this is part and parcel of life and we seed consistently in a consolidating way across this the spectrum of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And we're seeing it here as well, in this severe circumstance and situation whereby they are out of the lands, they are foreigners where they are technically. And you see the pillars of the way of Islam being upheld
by our master and leader and teacher, Mohammed Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? And in the Muslims seeking
a, a peaceful outcome, they were achieving both the rights and responsibilities. SubhanAllah right. And that's the reality. That's the reality that when you work upon the platform of responsibility, then you've taken care of the rights by default, because the right is yours, to implement to forego, right. And Allah subhanho wa Taala rewards you for that as well. So look at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam despite the emotion that was around and he had the emotion to he didn't concede to it. When the camel sat down. He knew Allah has not permitted that we perform Amara this year, I saw the dream, but it's not this year, the sign of it. Is Casper being being held. Did he consider
emotional, the Messenger of Allah? No, he didn't. He knew that what what is Allah's plan, and he was going to do everything to achieve a value that Allah subhanho wa Taala.
Loved less than before peace promotes progress. Peace promotes progress. War doesn't promote progress. It promotes retrogression, and it's it's a cancer to progress brothers and sisters in Islam, through missing the umbra and achieving the pact, the ceasefire agreement and deal. The Treaty of alhuda being signed. This allowed the Muslims to expand their our initiatives, peace promotes progress, because now there was this 10 year ceasefire. And you know, Muslims can roam Muslims can make deals with other people. Right? What's going to happen? Islam is going to spread Muslims can mix with non Muslims. Right? What's going to happen? non Muslims are going to see
firsthand Islam, they're going to dialogue about what Islam is, and what Islam isn't. People are going to be more aware of, of the religion, because obviously there was this propaganda campaign that was moving around the deserts of Arabia. So they had an understanding, which now they can see was not true. Hold on a second. That's not Islam, quote, unquote, what I see on TV, that's what Islam that's the reality brothers and sisters in Islam. Right? The TV preaches propaganda, unless the channel is sincere. And then people take this understanding of Islam, but by mixing with them, do they see Subhanallah what Islam is and what Islam isn't. And this is a message for the Muslims in
the West, that if you're going to live in isolation, right, if you're going to keep yourself confined to your communities, and keep Islam as the biggest secret to your non Muslim neighbors, and you're in the non Muslim communities, this goes against the, the, the strategy of spreading Islam, the strategy of spreading Islam, is to mix with people in a way that is not detrimental to your faith, but in a way that allows other people to drink from your light.
Right? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala puts his light in the heart of the believers. And that's that's the light of Eman. So peace promotes progress. istan was going to was going to flourish. And you will see how this was a means of Macau of becoming the Muslim city. And people accepting to enter Islam. When they were given the ultimatum.
They accepted what I said hula v de la jolla people entering Islam in droves because you know what, okay, we needed to be pushed now we've been pushed, but you know what the decision makes sense. We've dealt with these Muslims, they're not as bad, right? Because the ceasefire was 10 years. He didn't last 10 years, but it lasted three or four years. So in that time, Islam was was progressing, peace promotes progress, it also helps build the the sovereign funds of society, the sovereign basket of society in that business can happen, business can flourish, the GDP can grow, people are coming into Medina people are buying people are selling things are happening, it only strengthens
strengthens the coffers of the Muslim state. Right. And if money is a form of oxygen to achieve many other outcomes, so peace promotes progress. Right. Number five, lesson number five, we learned from this the permissibility of entering into a ceasefire treaty, even if you are strong and able to fight
because that's what happened. Like I said before, and before that as well. The Muslims were strong, if anything, in terms of the psychological battle, that isolators were weaker
How many times did they try, and it didn't work in their favor. But despite this, the Muslims
practice this treaty. And this shows us brothers and sisters in Islam. Well, we'll take that as a as a another benefit. But the point is brothers and sisters in Islam, we see from here, the main point that I want to share with you is that Islam didn't spread by the sword.
You are not a Muslim when you become a Muslim, by force, but by choice.
Because even when Islam is strong, you can see the Muslim seeking a ceasefire, seeking to attain higher objectives, divine values, right. So
this is lesson number five,
you can enter a ceasefire treaty, even if you are all capable over the enemy. And this shows that Islam didn't spread by the sword, it spread by mixing with people and people witnessing the the word of Islam firsthand in the character of the Muslims and the speech of the Muslims and the dealings of the Muslims. But is the time where the sword was needed. There were times when the sword was needed. But
as you can see from this, the statement that Islam spread by the sword is not true. Because you can't look into exceptional circumstances and say that's the default. The default is the messenger here is telling you, we've been defending ourselves in Medina all this time, now that we got the upper hand, we still willing to enter into a peace treaty and ceasefire,
despite what you did in Medina, previously, and putting us under siege and creating havoc in the lives of the Muslims, and so on and so forth.
So Islam didn't spread by the sword. It spread through our and when I mean that, I mean that that our
speech, yes, but before that people's activities, people's actions. Okay. So this is another benefit that we see from this brothers and sisters in Islam. In fact, through this, you see the moral level that Islam has, right because when someone lets you go, when they are all capable over you, this tells you that they're not being led by their desires, they being governed and driven by values, in this case, divine values. That's the reality. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam is being guided by divine values. He wants to seek the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala not the personal pleasure, not the not not feeding the personal ego doesn't matter what we can do and opportunity at
hand. What matters is that we do what is right. And this is what he's doing. And when you do what is right when you all capable over the person. It's not that you have to enter a treaty because I'm weak and I have to have no choice. No, I have the choice, but I'm still gonna do it. This shows you the caliber, of the values of the religion Islam shows you the caliber of the revelation of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And its contents it shows you the caliber of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his ability to effect a circumstance and situation that brings that is a means of the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala being Allah subhanho wa Taala creates a means and no doubt the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a means in this and he told him up, I'm the slave of Allah, I will not go against his command.
This brings us to the end of today's session brothers and sisters in Islam. There's so much to say. There's so much to say. But that's okay. I humbler we have another session tomorrow, Thursday, at our normal scheduling time. 5pm maccha time 3pm. UK time inshallah things revert back to normal.
And inshallah tomorrow we will continue with part four of the Treaty of sorry, of the expedition of Abu Dhabi and yes, the Treaty of Abu Dhabi as well, there are more lessons to share at least 10 more, at least 10 more. So if we've taken five thus far, and we have at least 10 more Subhanallah what a mighty expedition. This was, and, you know,
look at the potential of this expedition to be a guiding light for us in the 21st century today. We've just taken five lessons and it's taken much time. Join me tomorrow for the remaining 10 being the latter Allah, I love you Oh for the sake of Allah, everything correct said as always, it's from Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, and he's perfect and any mistakes are from myself and SharePoint and I seek Allah subhanho wa Taala His forgiveness. I love you all for the sake of Allah. May Allah preserve us in his obedience. I mean, until next time, Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi overcut