Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
This lecture is part of the lecture series titled ‘The Hajj – A Message for Mankind’ at Fanar Qatar.
Sheikh Sajid Extracts lessons and advices from the many advices that was shared by our Prophet Muhammad (saw) in the Farewell Sermon on the plains of Arafah.
Part 6 of the Lessons from the Farewell Sermon deals with Honoring the rights of property and not usurping each others rights.
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When we have the fourth lesson, and that is the lesson of honoring
the rights of property,
honoring those rights, and not usurping community of their possessions. Thus Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. And he said, Oh, people were really your blood and your property and Your Honor, are sacred, as much as sacred, and as will hedger is sacred, and as the day of our of a second, look, how he taught them, the level of sacredness regarding these entities based on their understanding of what is holy, and what is sacred. And Allah subhanahu Allah says in his book, what kulu Amala come by in a crumble baffle that do not eat each other's wealth, upon falsehood ever false. We don't do that. Do not do that. So
Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us here as part of the sermon, the lesson dedicated towards honoring people's rights and looking after their property.