Sulaimaan Ravat – Sahaba Profile – Asma Binte Yazeed {RA}

Sulaimaan Ravat
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the life story of the first cousin of the throne, the first cousin of the throne, and the importance of men in their daily lives and contributions to their children's well-being. The Prophet sallua's stance on religion involved being a woman wanting to avoid saying certain words and insisting on being ungrateful. The importance of the Prophet's strength during the pandemic and his presence during a Battle of Yarmzik is also discussed. The discussion touches on the negative impact of false assumptions during wedding ceremony, the presence of the Prophet sallavi, and a graveyard in America and Afghanistan.
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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Ellen was silent Omar haben bacon Welcome to Sahaba profiles. Today we discuss the life story of asthma Binti Aziz been second and Surya rhodiola on him. This is different to asthma Binti abacha, the daughter of Abu Bakar, the lavon, whom we have discussed previously, and she was also known as almost selama but she's not the other Osama, who was married to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. She is known as almost Anima usma Binti II see through the Leviathan. She's very famous for having killed nine Roman soldiers in the Battle of Yarmouk with the pole of a 10th. Yes, as a female, she killed nine Roman soldiers in the Battle of your book with

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the pole that used to hold up her tent. And she's also famous for having become a spokesperson for the women of Medina to manohara. On one occasion, she appeared before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and she said, Oh prophet of Allah. Today, I've come into your presence, to plead the case for women. Allah century as his prophet for all mankind, men and women. We women also have had the privilege and honor of swearing allegiance to Allah and to you. We also follow your teachings and your Sunnah. We women live within our houses and fulfill our duties. We are absorbed in looking after our husbands and fulfilling the needs, we see to the upbringing of our children and to the

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daily function of the household. Men, however, have more opportunities for earning rewards from Allah because they can do such they can do things which we as women cannot do. Men attend the congregational prayers in the mosque and special Friday prayers. They participate in the special prayers for the dead. They also have the privilege of taking part in the jihad. When they go for jihad, we are left at home to protect their property and look after their family. Are we not also equally deserving of reward from Allah, the prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam was so moved and impressed by her eloquent presentation. And her plea, he turned to the Sahaba and said, Did you ever

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hear anyone who expresses a better question regarding religion, and Sahaba, were also taken aback how eloquently and how logically she put forward the argument. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam turned around and answered and said, please go and tell the ladies whom you represent that by doing your duty by your husbands in a pleasant manner, keeping in mind what will make them happy and following them faithfully, you will please Allah greatly, and He will give you the same rewards as has been promised to men. And she was very happy when she heard this news. She rose from a meeting place, reciting the words La Ilaha, Illallah, Allahu Akbar, and she rushed in she gave the other

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women, the glad tidings. And one day she was sitting with her friends, when the Prophet said Allison and passed by, and when he saw them, he reminded them that women should be grateful to their husbands. The other women just heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam statement, and they kept quiet. But she was very bold and she wasn't scared to ask questions. So she asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to be more specific, that he had a sort of like you saying that we mustn't be ungrateful to our benefactors. Be more specific, what do you mean? And then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam explained and said, a woman lives with her parents. Then she gets married, and Allah

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blesses her with children. At times, when she gets annoyed with the husband, she says that she never got any happiness in his house. This is a display of shame and gratitude to her husband. Every Muslim women's woman should try to avoid saying such things meaning that your husband does a lot for you. Now, when you get angry, you tell him you know, you've brought me no happiness. I've never enjoyed a single day being married to you. These kind of statements are hurtful, and they also reflect a degree of being ungrateful. She was one of the ladies amongst the answer, who was the first to pledge the allegiance of Islam to Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and to take the Shahada,

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and this this is something which was which was great. When the suit Allah sallallahu wasallam married Chateau de la vida, it was a small BTC who was the one who helped Chateau de la Get ready. She mentioned that one day the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to her house, when it was time for Muslim and in the courtyard of a house, they perform Salah. Then she offered him some bread and some soup that she had made. But she says by the by the by the oath of that being in whose control is my soul, they were about 40 people who sat down and ate from that meal, even though the meal was only sufficient for a few and that bowl that container from which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam ate, I

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would use it for many years after when anyone in my family got sick I would throw I would pour water in there I would make them drink and they would get cured as as a result. I smell Binti as it used to always send the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his favorite dish of dates and, and, and ghee you know, as India's referred to it, that kind of butter that special type of butter. She would go into would, you know, serve the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. during her lifetime she was divorced. And up till that point, there was no precedent for the date of divorce. That when a woman gets divorced, that seclusion period and a lot of other COVID Allah revealed the verse of Surah Al Baqarah.

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With regards to a divorced woman waiting for three menstrual cycles in reference to her after she had become a divorcee. It is mentioned that she was

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A great narrator of a hadith there are at one, a hadith that associated with her name. And she was also a very patient person, a very person very dedicated to the cause of Islam during the Battle of offered her father yazeed her two brothers and her uncle all martyred. And as she was walking, she was getting the news Your father has been murdered. Your uncle has been murdered. Your brother has been murdered another brother has been murdered, but only thing she was concerned about was how is the Prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam, how is the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Subhana Allah. That was her great concern. If you just look in short at the various events of her

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life, you will realize the greatness she was there to serve the people of offered food. She was one of those where a miracle was manifested food of for a few people fed almost 40 people. She was there at the time of the beta tested one. She was there at the Battle of haber the Battle of Yarmouk as I mentioned, she killed nine people with the pole of her tent at the time of the Battle of offered the profits of Alison and gave her the glitter glad tidings of of gender. She lived to a ripe old age and she passed away during the collapse of Jezebel noir with its aftermath, while we added the loved one. She had moved to Damascus in the latter part of her life, and she's buried them there's a very

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famous graveyard in Damascus it's called the bubble surreal graveyard, and the grave of us map into a seed also known as Homer Solomon. Is there in in domesticus I had the good fortune of visiting the graveyard and also visiting her grave near Latin America with Allah grant us the understanding Sahaba profiles for myself surname and rabbit until the next time, fear Marilla Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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