Taimiyyah Zubair – The Household of the Prophet (swt)

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of honoring family members and not criticizing them, as it is crucial to love and respect them for their contributions to society. They also acknowledge the success of the Prophet sallavi campaigns and emphasize the need for clear understanding and finding out who they are. The conversation also touches on the benefits of forgiveness and the natural and pathetic nature of mistakes made by companions. The speakers stress the importance of learning from the culture of the people they study and the need to be aware of their behavior.
AI: Transcript ©
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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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another one a Sunday a lot of Sunni and Kadeem avara feroza Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Baba shrining solidity were Sidley, MD weidmuller appdata melissani Sahni of Coco Lee.

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So in yesterday's class we learned about the companions.

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Was there anything that you thought about afterwards anything that came to your mind any lesson that you learned for yourself?

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That the companions, they live their lives, they supported the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the dean, and we are basically enjoying the fruits of their labor. And this is the reason why they are Marsan meaning they have done a lot of your son on us. And because of that your son on us, what is it that we should do? Love them, respect them, and praise them? And it's unfortunate that if we ever talk about the strength of a man then we are concerned about criticizing the companions and finding their faults.

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Right? I mean, completely opposite behavior. So today inshallah we're going to learn about the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, McKenna to Ll Beatty, the position of a little bit the status of the a little bit who are that a little bit. I don't have a feeling family, people of the house meaning the household of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what is their status mechanic to elevate into being sallallahu alayhi wa sallam there in the Arizona to jamara near the lucerna will Juma meaning, what is it that the lucerna say about the family of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Now, remember that the companions does have a they have a very esteemed

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position, right near the I also know with Jamal and then the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also holds a very respected position near the Arizona Hello Jamal. Well, you have buena Ll Beatty Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when you hit buena and they love who loves that I love Santa. Who do they love Allah Beatty, the people of the house, whose house of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, meaning the members of his household, the listener, love them way at our loaner home. And they also befriend them do things I mentioned here. First of all, you have buena and then yet alone. And this is part of our aqeedah this is all the fundamentals of lucerna that the family

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of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam should be beloved to us. We should love his wives. We should love his children. We should love his grandchildren, we should love those of his relatives who believed in him. And that includes his cousins, as well as his uncles, certainly uncles and cousins that believed in him. We love all of them. Yet our loaner home, yet our loaner?

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What does it mean to be a friend, right to love and befriend support? Meaning we love his family and we consider them as our friends. We don't consider them as strangers or as enemies. Who are they? instead? They are friends to us we treat them as friends. And this is a reason why we aid them. We support them and we praise them. Why? Because the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did he love his family? So if he loved them said Allah who it is and why should we not love them? It's only natural right? In so many a hadith we see how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam expressed his love for father model the Lord expressed his love for I show the love expressed his love for his grandson's.

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So if he loved them, isn't that enough for us to love them.

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Because it's only natural that when you love a particular individual, and all those were associated to them, you begin to appreciate them as well. You begin to honor them as well. It's only natural. And if you dislike those who are related to them, then that means there is a problem with that love. It's not really true love. Because if it was true love then you would love all those who are associated to them.

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So we love the family of the prophets on the monitor mainly because of two reasons. Firstly, because of Eman because they were believers, those of them who believed and every believer because of his email, he deserves to be loved. And secondly, due to their kinship to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because they were related to him. They shared the same blood. They were related to him. Now the question is Who are the bait? Who are they the family of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in this return, which is a Muslim, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said that cuticle mala happy elevating who

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que como la he elevated with a killer como la haffi elevating, I remind you of Allah concerning my family and he said this three times. So the narrator, one of the characters when he was narrating this hadith he was asked that who are the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam isn't it his wives, and he was told nissa woman at live at his wives, of course they are from his family. And then he clarified that the debate of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they include our Legion, the family of a little bit long winded because who has already a little newborn son in law, right. And not just son in law, but also, cousin. Well, Andrew piland elhuyar Ferran abass. So remember that

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the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam doesn't just refer to them a little bit over and over and who and their children, but it refers to all of the relatives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that believed in him, our best level of on who was his uncle, he believed his part of elevate, as well as his children, his descendants, his family, the family of rocaille, the family of Jaffa. Alright, and these were also relatives of the prophets of the longest,

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and the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, are they a part of that debate? Of course they are. Because in the Quran, the only one place with a whole date are mentioned, it is in the context of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam intraductal, Isaiah where, yeah, you have to be equally as magic say to your wives, right. And then later on, in the same passage, what is said that in the mail you read Allahu luthy, bancomer register, and elbaite who is being called the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it's the wives. So remember that all of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, as well as his children, his uncle's, his cousins, his nephews, those who

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believed who are they're all part of elevate. However, those who did not believe amongst them, even if they were very close to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in kinship, we do not love them. Like, for example, Abu lahab he was an uncle, blood relative, but he did not believe so do we love him? No, we do not. I will tell him he was an uncle. He even supported the Prophet sallallahu Sallam defended him protecting him, but he did not believe in him. So do we love him? No. We appreciate the fact that he supported the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and we acknowledge that. However, we don't love him the way we should love Fatima, the long run and the way we should love our little doula.

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Why faloona Fie him. So the first thing is loving them and befriending them. And then we're faloona fee him and they preserve the guard concerning them concerning who the family of the prophets on a lot of send them What do they remember? We'll see yetta rasulillah he the advice the instruction of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Hazel color, in which he said, yo Muhammad at home and on the day of the home. What did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim say on that day? What was Leah did he give all the kyudo como la huffy le Beatty, I remind you of Allah, concerning my family, the family, the people of my house. Now, look at the words over here, they remember they guard they

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preserved the will

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of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam what is an important instruction, right? Something that is given as an umbrella basically, that you better remember this and you better implement this and do not neglect this at all. So the prophets have advised his oma concerning who concerning his family, when on Yom odd home yoma on the day of the home, what is Adi Hadid is basically like a small stream, okay. And this lady was named home Why? home was the name of a man and like you know, but there was also a well named after Amen. Right. So this was something very common. And this is natural the places and certain things and streets even they take the name of people, right. So

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remember that after the Hajj after the Prophet Solomon performed Hajj on his way back from Mecca to Medina, he stopped at a place near Jaffa, and it was the video of him. He stopped over there in order to camp and this was on the 18th of June. And over there, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam addressed the people.

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And when he addressed them, he gave them certain, we'll see. Yeah, and part of that we'll see it was also this with respect to his family. What did he say Oh, that Kyoto como la de la Beatty. And he said

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Three times. He said this three times I remind you, I remind you, of Allah concerning my family, meaning remember Allah, fear Him, fear his punishment, when you wish to violate the rights of my family, and remember Allah, and remember his reward when you intend to give my family their rights. So in other words, when you're dealing with my family, I remind you of Allah, fear Him and have hope and his mercy. This is a very serious statement. What does it imply

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that when a person is dealing with the profits of a lot of Trump's family, you better be very careful. This is not something small. All right, because the family of the profits of the law does and and they hold his special status.

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And what is that status? Allah subhanaw taala chose them.

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Allah subhanaw taala could have chosen another people and other family, another group of people, right? But he chose the Banu Hashim. He chose the Quraysh he chose our best level of honor to be his uncle. Right? He chose I should allow her to be his wife. It could be so many other people but Allah subhanaw taala chose the best people to be related to the prophets of Allah. Allah, just as a Lost Planet, Allah gave the best companions to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, right? Because contoh hygroma, the best oma best companions best Prophet, and that Prophet sallallahu Sallam also had the best family. So remember that we have to love the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and

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respect them. And remember Allah in dealing with them. Now, you might say, but today, how do we deal with them? our heart and our tongue? What do we think about them? And what do we say about them? That matters? Well, Carla, Avon Lila Bessie, and he also said to our bus who was our best angle? Um, me his uncle.

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Our best, it'll be long I knew he was the son of

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the brother of Abu Talib. So, our best of the long run who the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him, when what Kurdish Taka, when he had complained who had complained our basketball though, and who had complained lie to him meaning to Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, what did he complain about? That unbearable collation, that some people have Quraysh they were yeji foo, they were being rude with who with Benny Hashem,

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and our bass level lower and who was part of the brainwashing. So when he felt that some people were being rude towards the Ubuntu machine, they were not giving them their

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choice from Japan, and Japan is basically the opposite of warfare. What is warfare to fulfill, to give to the other what he deserves, and Japan is the opposite of that, to be rough to be rude, do not acknowledge, do not recognize the status that a person holds, and to not give them their due rights. This is rudeness and this includes disrespect. This includes violation of their rights. So when certain people were being rude with the family of the prophets of Allah center, our bathtub, who came and complained to Mohammed salatu salam. So what did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say to him, for Allah so he said, When Levine fcbd by the one in whose hand is my sole law, you mean owner,

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they cannot believe had until you have bukem they love you, Lily for the sake of Allah, wily karate, and for the sake of my kinship my closeness, meaning, our Eman is incomplete. Unless and until we love the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why should we love them? For two reasons lillahi for the sake of Allah,

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why, why should we love them for the sake of Allah because they believe in Allah. And anyone who believes in Allah deserves to be loved by believers. Right? So regardless of the race, regardless of the culture, regardless of the age, regardless of the background, and when someone believes in Allah, we should love them for the sake of Allah. So lillahi Wali, karate, and due to my kinship, my closeness, because

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firstly, we love them because of the fact that they're believers. And secondly, we must remember that Allah subhanaw taala chose these people to be the relatives of Rasulullah sallallahu. So he loved them, and they were close to him. They shared the same blood. This is Ella's decision, and who are we to object and who are we to not accept this reality?

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So the prophets have a lot of time said something very serious, what leadin fcba de la you may know nahata you

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delay when he karate. What does it show to us that this rudeness with the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and this even existed in the lifetime of the prophets?

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Some people were rude with the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Why? Because of envy,

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jealousy, what jealousy?

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That they're related to him. And we are not, or they're close to him, you know, they are all from the same tribe, or they're all from the same family. And the thing is that this jealousy, this it's part of human nature, right? People lived at that time, and people live today also. And it's because of this jealousy that certain people did not uphold the rights of the family of the prophets of Allah, this and this existed in the lifetime of the prophets of Allah Islam. And this existed later on as well. You know, like, for instance, some people when they talk about the family of the prophets of Allah, Islam, they consider them to be just any other ordinary family, what's the big

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Right, as if they're trying to disconnect him from his family, but we know that a person cannot be disconnected from his family. Can he be? No, he is part of them, and they are part of him.

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But many times it happens that even when we're dealing with people, we try to cut them off from, who they are, and what background they're off. And such things and we say, Oh, no, no, we just have to be just and fair and equal with everybody be just be fair, but unzila NASA manella. Don't forget the family that they belong to. Right? So for instance, over here, people were disrespectful towards the venue, Hashem. They didn't want to acknowledge that they had any high status, any special status just because they were related to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and this existed later on as well. And in fact, it took a very, very extreme form. So lilla he won a karate walk Allah and the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam said,

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in the law stuffer Indeed, Allah chose, Benny is Mariela. The man who is married a lot chose them. And who was married earlier said

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the son of Abraham and his a lot chose the children of his married earlier Sarah was tougher and he chose many is married from the bundle his marine hooded electrons. Kenan

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was tough, I mean kin annata coloration. And he chose from the banana Quraysh was the famine coloration Benny Hashem and he chose from the Quraysh the Banu Hashim was a funny meme bunny Hashem, and he chose me from among the people have been Hashem.

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What does it show? Allah subhanaw taala chose the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and by choosing him, he chose his family.

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He chose his family is perfect is perfect. What does it show? Allah chose them above others, Allah selected them instead of others.

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And Allah subhanaw taala he can choose whoever he wants, correct? What a boca yanapuma show where he can create whatever he wants, and he can also choose whoever he wants, my Canada will hear people do not have any choice concerning this. The decision lies only with Allah subhanaw taala. But we know that when Allah subhanaw taala decide something there is some hikma behind it, there is some hikmah. So there is a reason why these people were chosen. Those who do not believe amongst them, we're not talking about them, we're talking about who those who believed amongst them, because it doesn't matter. If a person is even related to a prophet if he does not believe himself, then his

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relationship is not going to help him. What happened to the son of New Zealand, however, those who do believe that Allah has certainly favored them. Allah has certainly given them a preference that he did not give to others. And this is something that we must acknowledge.

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That we must accept. Now, what's the famine Bunny is Mariela kina, who was keen on key Nana was the 14th father to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam being 14th ancestor, you could say, all right, and pradesh was the 11th. Father, okay. And Banu Hashim was the third. All right, so the father of the Prophet Solomon was Zhu Abdullah, his father was who?

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And who was his father? Hashem. All right. So what is our attitude towards these people? The family of the prophets on a lot of them, we love them, but we do not raise them above their status.

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Remember that the loss Another approach is always off. moderation being balanced, all right. So we do not, you know, completely disconnect them from the profits or the line of sight. No, no, we don't do that.

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Nor do we exalt them so much so that they're given the status of the profits, or a status that is even higher than them. No, we love them, but we do not raise them above their status.

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Now remember that hating the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, this is something very, very serious.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that well let enough CBI de by the one in whose hand is my soul. None. There is no person that hates even a single individual from the little bait Illa or the Holla Holla Hello now, except that Allah will admit him in the help file

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because of his hate, for the family of the prophets of Allah.

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This is very simple. Allah subhanaw taala loves His Messenger, and His Messenger, loved his family. Think about it, if there's someone whom you love, and there is an individual who hates that person, would you like them? No, you would hate them simply because they hate your relatives. They hate your loved one. It's very natural. It's very simple. It's logical. So remember that loving the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is perfecting our love for the prophets of Allah seven perfecting and completing our love for Allah subhanho wa Taala in another Hadith, which is an activity we learned,

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said in the talk to people, I am living amongst you that which if you hold on to you will never go astray. One is the book of Allah. And the other he said my family in some narrations we learn and these are all authentic Sunnah. And in other contexts, in other situations, the prophet SAW this and I mentioned his family. Because as long as you would love the family of the prophets on a lot of them, you will respect them their opinion, their decision, then what will happen you will have respect for the deen for the Sharia.

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Because think about it, who were the family of the prophets of medicine and his companions? Right? Like for example, Abubakar Alomar and who even though he's not from the animate, but is he somehow related to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Yes, how father in law, Omar Abdullah and who was he related to the prophets of Allah vs. Father, Ali, who aren't who are smart my notes below on each one of them was related right?

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So remember that loving the family, the friends, the close companions, the the close relatives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This is something that keeps a person firm upon the religion because what have we been told to follow the way of the companions? And the companions include who the family of the prophets on the line is Allah so loving them is a way of remaining firm upon the deen and why should we not love them when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam loved him? You know had these we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam held Hassan and Hussein, his grandsons and he was you know, hugging them. And he was saying Allahumma inni a boomer.

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Elian did I love both of them. So please, you also love both of them. I love them. So you also love them.

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So think about it If Allah loves them, the province of Madison loves them where we do not love them. Won't we be missing out on something if we did not love them?

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Then we see that the prophets are also made due out for our best love with our new for his family for his children, for gr photo below are known for his children, these were all relatives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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What do we learn from this what we have learned so far?

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It's a requirement of our human to have this love for the practice of law.

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It's a requirement of a man to love the family of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Because then your love for the proclamation of autism is complete.

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If you look at the family of everybody that is involved in his life, if you do not love them, or think of them as part of your deen and definitely your humans in components, because each one of them played a very important role. Right? If you think about it the little and what role did he play a very important one in the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Right? So all of his relatives played a very important role. And even if they did not actively participate in battle and achieve great things like certain other companions, the fact that they were his relatives and they brought him happiness. And as the children came and a smile appeared in the face of the Prophet sallallahu

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sallam, isn't that sufficient for us to love hasn't ever seen. It's as simple as that. They brought comfort to him, because they were the closest to him. They went in his house they saw him

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How he used to be in his house. Remember, even our vestibular were so young, and he would go and stay, you know for a sleepover in the house of the prophets of Allah, and see how the prophets of Allah spent the night and what he did in the morning, in the night when he went for 5g, so, the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they narrated about how the prophets of autism took a bath and how he performed to do so all of these matters, we learn from them, so the companions in general, they have done a lot of exam to us, right? And the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also have done a lot of years on us. We're not allowed to pick and choose from them that we will

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only like Elizabeth Warren who and not someone else from the family of the prophets, Allah Madison and like I mentioned earlier, the family of the prophets that also includes his wives. It includes his children. It includes his uncle's those who believed amongst them, his cousins and his nephews, those who believed amongst them, balance is required over here as well in the matter of love.

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Then mechanical as well, you need to be sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the place meaning the status of the edge of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, or in the Ellison that he will jamara according to the listener will jamara meaning what do the Ellison I think about the wives of the prophets? Were the one loner and they love they befriend, as well Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam? Who are his wives? Omer hurtin what meaning the mothers of the believers? It's as simple as that. If Allah subhanaw taala, called the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam our mothers, then should we not love them? Isn't that

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sufficient reason? Aren't we supposed to love our parents? And for a mother, of course, you have a special kind of love, a different kind of love. Right? So when the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are called our mothers, then we must also love them and befriend them. And the fact is that Allah gave them this love. Allah give them this lockup, what is

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a title? honorific? Right? This is a title that Allah gave them. And the BU o level meaning I mean, and forcing him was why did you, Omar, and this lack of is not something ordinary. And we cannot deny this macom this high status that Allah subhanaw taala gave them. So they are our mothers how in terms of honor, respect relationship, so we respect them the way we respect our mothers, we honor them the way we honor our mothers, we befriend them, we aid them, we defend them, we support them, when you may know now and they believe the unknown, that indeed they as well you who they will continue to be his wives, Phil, Akira, in the hereafter. They were his wives in this dunya and they

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will be his wives in the Sahara. Why do we believe that? What's the basis of this belief?

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remembering the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam were given a choice if you want this life, this dunya it's worldly benefits, then come You will be given and then you will be sent then you cannot continue to be with the Prophet sallallahu sallam. However, if you choose Allah, His Messenger, the home of the Hereafter, then you have to do something. So the wives What did they do? Who did they choose? Allah, His Messenger, the home of the hereafter. Right? So what does that mean? That the highest status that they had in this life in this world, it would continue in the the relationship that they had with the province on a lot of them it would continue in the after. All

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right. And the thing is that they were believing women who were free from the fact they died upon a man and this is a reason why they will continue to be with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in Dr. Phil.

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In the Quran, we learned that the angels what do they do the carriers of the throne they make the offer the believers, right and what do they say? robina What are the hill whom jannetty Arden ality work the woman Salah ha mean Abba, he was wedging with the reality admit the believers into gender and also their families and families as well. You're also mentioned which means that families that are related over here in this life, when they all remain on a man they die in that state and in the ACA they will continue to be families

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in child Allah.

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So the listener believe that we and the hoonah as well you feel Allah, Who Suzanne is specially

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Khadija for the long run, especially they acknowledge the high status of Khadija rhodiola. Juana

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Because she was oma the mother of accetti most old lady of his children.

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And she was what a what a man. I'm gonna be the first person to believe in him while but the who and the first person to support him either under he in his affair what Canada and she used to have men who with him element Zilla to lie Leah and exalted high position.

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Beautiful words.

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Khadija de la hora and her Who was she? The first description that he gives of her is, oh my god, the mother of majority of his children, you know that there was only one son, one child of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who was born to Mario quickly. Otherwise, all the rest of the children were born through her deja tolovana. Right? Do sons and four daughters. And then she was the first one to believe in him. How when the prophets of Allah and him came from Mount Haleigh, and he said, cover me cover me and finally when he told her, and he was doubting himself, what did she say, by Allah, Allah will never disgrace you. These words were what have not just comfort of a man of the

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state of acknowledgement. She believed in him, even before he believed in himself. He was doubting about what he had experienced, shaky, confused, afraid, and had a shadow on her believed in him and comforted him. And then she took him to what I've been noticing. And one of the nofal also said words of acknowledgement.

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So she was the first one to believe in Him, Wilder who Allah Emery, and also the first one to support him

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in his affair, how

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emotionally being there for him, and making him believe in himself. Because remember that doing anything new, it takes a lot of, you know, effort, and it demands a lot of conviction. And if you're in doubt about what you're doing, if you're not confident, then you cannot carry on. So sometimes you need someone to tell you what you're doing is right. This is the right thing to do.

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Someone to agree with you. And Khadija Bella Anna was always there with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, encouraging him comforting him. So she's the one who supported him. And then obviously, she supported him in many other ways, with her wealth and not just her wealth, also in how she did not leave him, despite the difficulties that the entire family was enduring. When think about the boycotts that they had to go through, she supported him I'm ready. Well, Canada, her men woman's a little earlier and she used to have a very high position near the Prophet sallallahu. Do Salah how the prophets have a lot of them used to mention her, even after her death, praise her. And he would

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even send gifts to her friends.

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So much so that on one occasion, I should have little or no, she said that the prophets have have autism either echo deja de la

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pena, that whenever he would mention her, you would praise her and he would praise her beautifully to the point that at one occasion, I should have the level on how she became a little jealous and she said something that Why do you still think about that old woman she's gone? And she said that Allah has given you something much better.

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The prophets a lot of them said Maria della Nila who as xojo Allah hi Amina. I have not gotten someone who's better than her.

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Khadija was the best because other eminent to be careful of Ines. She believed in me when people disbelieved was the attorney it could have been in ness, she confirmed my truthfulness when people belied me they called me a liar

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well we're certainly be manly her it how many ness she supported me with her wealth? When people deprived me? What are the cornea la hora zoji la vida de un Allah gave me children through her it how many 11 Nisa when I did not get children to any other woman. So she really did have a very high position near the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he loved her he respected her.

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And another Hadees we learned that once she was coming to the prophets have a lot of fun with some food and drink. And jabril came to him and he said that she's coming full color alayhis salaam Allah be her, give her Salaam from her Lord, woman me and also from me. Imagine gibreel is saying the prophets of Allah son Please give her my sentence and give her son amps from her Lord and tell her that she will have a home in general. A beautiful woman Jenna.

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She was of the best of the women.

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What's the declutter and also acidic who is acidic

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Been to Siddiq, the daughter of Sadiq Arusha, radi Allahu Allah.

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So what's the deal could have been Casa de de la hora and Houma may Allah be pleased with both of them father and daughter and let you call a fee and abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam the one about whom the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that fugly. Ishita Allah nissa II, the superiority of eyeshadow, the lower and out over all women is the fugly third Ed, like the superiority of Allah says it will fall over all other different kinds of food.

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This is just an example that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave, because studied compared to other foods is, was considered much better. It's basically

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you know, like we make lasagna, right? We put layers and layers of noodles. Alright. So they also made something in which they layered bread, okay, and between the layers of bread was something else. So if you think about it, even today, food that is layered, I mean, requires a lot of time and effort and patience, and everything when it's come, you know, when it's put together, then it it has a good taste, it really tastes well. Right? The other day, somebody was showing me this recipe for a cake that is made from crepes. So imagine how thin crepes are. So you layer one on top of the other on top of the others imagine a huge stack. And then in the middle, there is a lot of filling or

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whatever. So I mean, think about how much effort was like to get even one bite of that you need to put in so much effort. So you'll reserve something like this for what for special occasions,

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special food for special occasions. The problem is that a lot of them said I should have a low on her. Her status above other women is just like a special food that is reserved for special occasions over other food that we eat on a daily basis. Just an example to show how superior she was.

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Now there is a question Why is I should have lower now called us to do a vocal no aren't who we know why he's called Sadiq. Why? Because when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came back from Mira Lodge and he confirmed the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the right What about I should have because of her complete trust in Allah subhana wa tada and in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and because of her truthfulness in her relationship with him, and all of this was revealed, at one occasion, the incident off if

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the incident of if,

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right, where she showed how much she trusted Allah subhana wa Tada, and how honest and committed even she was in her relationship with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So, I should have lower on her, she also has a very high status. Now remember that these two wives especially are mentioned over here, how digital No, I should have the lower now. And both of them are considered to be the best of the wives of the prophets on a lot of them. Each of them had special status each of them served their religion and supported the Prophet subtleness element his mission at different times in different ways.

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Right, the manner in which Khadija although on her help the prophets a lot of cinema I shall deliver and I did not at the time when Khadija to deliver and to help the prophets have a lot of cinema I should have been 100 not right. And later on the way I should have the lower on her learn from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and taught that knowledge on how digital Padawan had did not. So we should not get into the arguments of who's better.

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No point in that each one of them has a special status.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam he once mentioned to I should warn her about a dream that he had in which before he was married to I shall deliver and he was shown I should have known that this is your wife had him right? This is your wife

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in how do we learn that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said yeah ish, Orisha and notice how he called her ish. How did you blew up okaasan This is jabril he's giving salaams to you.

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I should have a lot more on how to set this is a highly philosophical so he heard that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to her that the bane of my death is becoming easier for me, because I am being told that you will be my wife in general.

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He died in her lap. Right? He died in her house. She was with him. And in those last moments he told her that yes, you see me in a lot of pain. I am going through a lot of hardship. But I've been informed that you will be my wife in the hereafter. So yes, this spark

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thing is very painful. However, it's becoming easier for me because I am being told that you will be with me and Dr. Hill, he loved her, and she loved him. And we have to respect this relationship, beautiful relationship that existed between them. We have to acknowledge it. And because we love the prophets of about Islam, we also love the one who he loved his wife I should have blown

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once we learned that this is also a decent assuta that'll say her that I should intersect the prophets of Allah, please make dua for me.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said Allah Haemophilia, it shouldn't matter cut them in Zambia woman, woman, a sunlit woman, Alana,

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that Allah forgive Arusha, Oliver since those that have already been done in those that will come later what she has concealed and what she has publicized, so I shouldn't have became so happy she started giggling. And in that she put her head in the lap of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the prophets of a lot of them asked my daughter made you happy.

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And she said, Of course your daughter would not make me happy. He said by Allah. In every prayer in every sinner I made you are from my own life.

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In every seller, I make law for my meeting, I do remember you and my dogs. I prayed for you right now but I also pray for you. Otherwise,

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the prophets of Allah has also said, I shall deliver and he said that the Messenger of Allah said a lot of time used to say to his wives that in the Umrah, cornella Mima, you him University, that your state after me It worries me your condition. It worries me that how are people going to treat you? Well, lanius Villa La Conner Illa, sobre una and only the patient ones are going to be good with you.

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So he was worried about his wives, the people are not going to

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be kind with them, give them their hug, respect them the way they deserve to be respected. And he said that it's only the sabi rune, who will really be good with you. And this is a reason why at one occasion of the amendment, when he received a whole lot of money he sent some to I should have blown and when I should have received it, she said she mentioned this that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told me that only the sabi rune will be good towards you and she made the offer him sakalava Abdul Rahman Meowth Mintel civilian, May Allah give other human beings to drink from the cell service of Jenga.

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So the wives of the Prophet sallallahu, all of them are special to us. And especially Khadija, and I shall dwell on

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the bad rule, the dissociation of Alison little jamara of the lucerna wildomar Maya kulu, from that which they say who say Elmo, Britannia to the innovators, meaning, the sooner will Jamal dissociate themselves from what the innovators say,

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the innovator say about who he helped me. So however, it was a little bit concerning the rights of the companions and the family of the prophets.

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Now, as we have learned, the family of the prophets on a lot of some of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they hold a high position, right? They deserve to be loved, they deserve to be respected. They will not perfect human beings. They did make mistakes. But regardless of that, we love them because of their closeness to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam. Right. However, we see that certain people, they innovated many things concerning the Sahaba. And concerning the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and these innovations were of both extremes. What extremes one was the extreme of exalting them?

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Right, exalting the companions exalting the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam above their rightful status. And the other extreme was, What? What do you think it was?

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Not giving them their hook, disrespecting them, right? treating the family of the profits of a lot. It's unlike any other family, no big deal. So what if there were the relatives of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and in fact, they went to such an extreme that they said, that the family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or the companions, they did not remain believers, and we must curse them and we must hate them. So the lesson now, what is their attitude towards such people towards such innovators who we associate ourselves with them? We have nothing to do with such people who lie either in praise or in criticism of the companions. We have nothing to do with them.

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Where to borrow owner and they dissociate themselves meaning the listener dissociate themselves mental Riccati from the way of a rower field, that overfilled who are the wife and levena those who Yerbabuena Sahaba, who hate the companions

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They don't just hate them while you're saboom. And they also verbally abuse them. So the sooner they dissociate themselves from the wave that often and they also dissociate themselves from women and from 30 have gotten nervous, like the way of the Noel slip, or the nosleep and levina, you Luna Ll Beatty, those who harm and hurt the family of the prophets, a lot of them How do they hurt them with owning with their words, family, or with their actions.

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two extremes, one extreme was of the wife. And the other extreme was of the nosleep, who are the wife of

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a Latina, valbona Sahaba, those who hate the companions, and verbally abused them. Basically, there are Warfield were those who exaggerate it. In the case of Ali, let alone

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and the family of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They exaggerated, meaning they exalted over exalted the status of ardila.

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And especially the family of Allah Buddha. So Fatima huson, per se, there'll be a lot more money. So in this exaggeration, what did they do? They hated the rest of the companions.

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They said, We don't like Abu Bakar, because it should have been the halifa we don't like Rama, because it should have been the holy but we don't like earthman because it should have been the holy, we don't like more or we don't like all of these companions. Why? Because of such and such reason, in their love for our little boy no more until they began hating the other companions. Someone told that they even hated the wives of the Prophet sallallahu I should have

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now why is it that they're called roll I feel because they abandon Zaid bin Li bin Hussein Bin Ali de la horn. So Zaid, who was one of the great grandchildren of the low ahrntal, when he was asked by the oilfield that What do you say about Abubakar and Irma. He praised them

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because I did on the lower end, who also praised Abu Bakar and remodeled the lower end when his descendants also they all praised Abubakar Moldovan who so these people that are left field, they got very upset and they abandoned him. They left him so rough about so from that they were known as the profitable profit. And they attack the companions, both with their hearts as well as their tongues.

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How do they attack the companions with their hearts, that they hate them? They avoid them, except those companions whom they chose as a means to achieve their own ideas. So basically any companion whom they could use to show the superiority of Allah Buddha, who said, Okay, these companions were good, but all the rest of the companions, what did they do? They hated them. Right, and they continue to hate them. You know, for example, there's a court that apparently a Buddha said, the people, including the Sahaba, all became apostate, after the Prophet sallallahu sallam, except for three. And then when he was asked that, who were the replied, that had been asked what a Buddha, and

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Selman Parsi. Why did they make exceptions of these three? Because there was something that they used about these companions to prove the, you know, superiority of Leonardo over the rest of the companions. All right. So basically, they

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What did they do? They just selected a few companions. They said these are good. Everyone else bad Yerba Buena Sahaba. And they didn't stop there. They also attack the Sahaba with their tongues, how abuse, curse lie defame, they accused them of Apostasy. And this continues till today, were false stories, absolute lies are invented. And there said narrative. Why in order to create hatred for the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam.

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But remember that attacking the Sahaba in reality, this is not just attacking the Sahaba This is what attacking the religion

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because to say that all of the people apostate and what does that show the prophets of Allah had no effect on the people. What was the point of him being sent as a last messenger if the people left the religion after the dean did not become white?

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Right. So this is attacking the religion of Allah, this is attacking the prophets of Allah. So this is the reason why we have to be very, very careful. The Sahaba were the ones who were trusted by the prophet sallallahu sallam. They were his successors. They carried his mission forward. They were those who preserve the deen, who passed the lien on. So if we doubt them, what are we doubting? their religion basically. And the other extreme was of the nosleep who are the nosleep and Medina you

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lol baby, they hate who the family of the prophets all along is the wife of hate the companions, the loss of hate the family, attacking them, verbally abusing them. So basically the novaseq are the opposite of the workup.

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Now also, this group, they basically came about when they saw the lockup exaggerating with the members of the Prophet's family.

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When they saw that their life, they're really exaggerating, you know, how you praising and they have extremely exaggerated views concerning the value of the prophets, a lot of them, they went to the opposite end of the spectrum, and they said, You know what, we're going to hit the family of the prophets a lot

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in order to show that you were wrong. And in doing that they verbally abused the family, Is this correct? No balance is necessary. remaining on the hook is necessary.

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There was a man

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at the time of our little dilemma on who and this man, he started saying words of praise for his name was our beloved in sub. And he went to the extent of saying to our local government, that you are Allah.

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So he became so angry. This was for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Who said that this man should be punished, because if he's not severely punished, what's going to happen? his views are going to spread

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and severe punishment to also show as an herbal, alright, he ordered that this man should be killed and not just kill but burnt. So this man, he said, Now I am even more certain that you are alone.

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Now, imagine, either this man was really lying, or he was really being played by a police. Right? So in either case, if you if you see, the thing is that at the time of arguing, especially, there was a lot of political unrest.

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And all of these, you know, this extremism that came about whether it was in defense of the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or against them in defense of the companions, or against them, extremism, any form of extremism, it came about because of political reasons,

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political reasons. And it affected the leader of people also, the belief of people also. So the Sahaba, they were amazing people, they had no greed for power.

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They were too good to fight for power. And even if they had differences amongst them as we will study, and even if they did make a mistake, it's all over now.

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If they did not hold grudges against each other, then who are we

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to hold on to those past stories, the truth of which we cannot even know today? What's the purpose of all of this? So we have to stay away from extremes, the extremism of the left, as well as the extremism of the know. So you may have heard the term Naseby.

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William secona, williamsii corner, and they refrain, meaning the listener refrain from whatever shadow it developed, it occurred baina Sahaba, between the Sahaba

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shadow? What does it mean?

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What is the shadow, a tree, shadow is a verb, the word that you see is a verb, right? Basically, when there's one tree, one trunk, but then what happens? one branch this way, another branch that way, another branch this way, multiple branches coming out from one trunk. So it refers to the differences and the disputes, the fights that broke out between the companions that developed over time, between the companions, the companions, they were human beings and the different amongst themselves over certain matters. What is the way of the listener? UMC Kula? They refrain from delving into these matters. The Sahaba had differences, those differences even led to certain

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battles. Okay.

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It's done. It's over. We don't need to highlight those differences. Think about it. In a family, between husband and wife between mother and father. Are there ever any disputes

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are there? There are right?

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Sometimes the father is right. And sometimes the mother is right. So then what do you do?

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Because my father is right. I'm not going to talk to my mother. Is that what your attitude should be? No, you say, this is their issue. I'm gonna stay away from it

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as much as I can.

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Right. And if your mother does speak to you about it, you know, you can give her some advice or something. But that doesn't mean that you will begin to disrespect your father. You acknowledge the status, the rights of your father, you acknowledge the status, the rights of your mother. Even if those disputes those differences occurred 10 years ago, and even if there's, you know, the family is separated still, you will give help to your father because he is your father. And you will give help to your mother because she is your mother. And this is exactly how we view the companions. They had differences. They had disputes, they even went to war with each other. That was their issue.

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we as believers, what is our duty, we respect the companions, we love them. williamsii kona Ama shadowbane Sahaba were colonna. And they say meaning the listener say that in the heavy Earth are indeed all of these are thoughts, I thought meaning reports, which reports and Maria that have been narrated, Fie concerning Maasai him, you know, their shortcomings, meaning the disputes, the shortcomings, the errors, the mistakes of the companions, whatever that has been reported. Remember that all of these narrations minha among them? is mad that which Who are they?

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It's completely false. Some reports are absolute lies, meaning they have no reality to them. They're fabricated by who by the nosleep. They're fabricated. Women Hmm. And among them, meaning some other reports, man is that which others either fee additions have been made to them. They've been exaggerated. Why knock us off. And it has also been reduced meaning parts of them have been deleted. And as a result while we heal, and they have been changed on wedgies study, from their clear, correct state,

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think about it. any major event that happens even today, you read about that event on BBC and you get one angle. And you read about the same thing on another in another newspaper and you find something completely different. You hear about that incident being reported on TV, completely different report. Right. So what so that country to country, the views will change. And forget about what the media represents or what the media portrays, if you look at social media, what the people are saying that is also completely different. So then, think about it, if today, you cannot have an accurate understanding of what really took place. Why? Because every person is saying something

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different. why some people are lying, making things up, some people are exaggerating, and some people are leaving certain very important details out.

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Can you get the true picture today? No, you cannot Now think about something that happened hundreds of years ago, over a millennium ago. Can you have an absolutely correct picture of it? You cannot. I mean, what happened in the lifetime of the prophets on a lot of them. That's different.

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Right. But later on people, they became emotionally involved, politically involved. And that's the reason why the truth was hidden, it was changed. So basically, the point that has been made over here is that every report or everything that is narrated about the disputes that took place between ardila or humara, we are at the lower end. They're not necessarily reliable. They're not necessarily accurate. But there are some which are accurate. So for example, if there's a report that is given and it will be not accepted, of course you will accept it. So he says what's the human who and those which are accurate among those reports, then remember that home they are fee in it mean the

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companions, they are concerning it martyr the loan, they are excused.

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So for example, certain things we cannot verify certain details of the disputes we cannot verify. But can we verify that the Battle of Safin took place? Of course, it's a historical fact, who fought on the two sides who was fighting against you it was the companions fighting against certain other companions.

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Now, for us to do something so difficult to understand to accept that how how could argue a little on who go to war with what are we able to learn?

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How is it possible?

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Remember, that was the Herman who, those that are authentic, the companions, they are feeding martlew don't, they're excused? We're not going to highlight their mistakes. Why? What's the reason? Because the Sahaba if they did something, even if they went to war with each other

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Remember that they did whatever they did based on their HD head?

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What is HD had?

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It's the highest, it's from God right? And what is your job? Your maximum effort? Right. So, if there is a new issue concerning which there is no clear guidance given the aanensen, alright, then what will the person who he will use his maximum effort to see what can be done, he will remember what has been stated in the Quran, what guidance we learned from the Sunnah. And based on that he will make his decision that we're gonna go with this or we're not gonna go with this. All right. Now remember that image the head, when a person does it to the head, he is a person of knowledge, he was sincere in his intention, he did his best to make the decision that he did eventually make he did

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his best he did not rush. You know, in it, he took advice from the people. Then, if he from Hades, what do we learn that if he was correct, and that he had, he will have double reward? And if he made a mistake, and that he had, then he gets one reward? So the Sahaba Yes, they were not Muslim, they were not completely innocent. They were human beings. However, we will have personal one of them, we will think good about the companions, that whatever they did, they based it on their understanding on their HDL. All right. And, yes, in certain situations, we might see that I didn't know or who was more up on the truth, and why are we alone? Who was not? Okay, that's your understanding. That's

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your opinion. But remember, that home fee Maroon, the Sahaba, they were excused. Why? Because in math, either there were much the hidden, those who did he had, and they were mostly bone, they were correct in their HDL. Well, in my or they were much the hidden those who did, he had nothing on. And they were mistaken, and that he had in either case, we will think good about them.

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And we will hope that Allah will still reward them, because they did their best to do that, which was right.

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Now, this is natural, to people, both of them are sincerely trying to do the best, you know, that is available to them that is within their means. But they're two different people. And they think differently. They think differently. For Adina below aren't who, you know, taking a particular course of action was the best thing to do in that time frame. Where are we Oh, aren't you it was something else, basically, when it was manageable, or who was killed a group of Muslims who said that, you know, take revenge from the people who killed Earth man,

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or the the Lord who said that there's so much instability, if we start waging war in Medina, what's going to happen? So hold on, let things stabilize a little bit, and then we will call these people to account. But while we doubled our income, on the other hand, he wanted things to speed up. And this is what happens in normal circumstances. Also, things were perfectly fine, miscommunication, misunderstanding, each person thinks he's doing the right thing, and it needs to be done immediately. And in that process, a fight breaks out. Right? So the companions, whatever happened between them, what should be our attitude, human secona, we should just not talk about it.

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We don't need to delve into this. It wasn't the Battle of butter. It wasn't the Battle of art that we need to, you know, learn about in order to understand the Quran. Well, humara delich. And they along with that, meaning, the lucerna along with this meaning they think positively about the companions. And along with that layer takuna they do not hold this belief what belief that under koloa had a minister Huberty that every single one from the companions was masamune was innocent. Uncover is me for major sins, also Ed, and the minor ones. No, we don't believe that the companions were absolutely perfect human beings muscled and protected from sins. No, they were human beings.

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Some of them even committed major sins and others committed minor since both the Jews rather it is permissible, it is possible, or lay him for them as doable since Phil Joomla. In general, meaning in general, it is possible that the companions did commit sins because there were human beings, some committed major and others committed minor, but just because they were human beings like us, and they made a mistake. That doesn't mean we say that they left the religion. No. Now, remember that even in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did the companions make mistakes, of course, think about her son, even that little development, what a great companion he was. But at the

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incident of if he was actually one of those people who said that I mean he spoke against I should have

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He was also a believer,

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hum, nubbins dash, even she spoke against our shuttle blower.

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So major mistake was made. However, purification was also done.

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It was done.

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So, this is something that we need to remember. The companions were human beings, they had differences. Yes, certain things, it's very difficult for us to understand today, if you study Islamic history, it's very depressing. parts of it are very depressing, especially after the Holocaust, you do.

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So, because we think that the way the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know, was everybody wasn't on the same page, all the companions are together, things should have continued in that way. But they were human beings. Do we not have differences amongst ourselves? Of course. And these are all tests, test for who people who are living with those differences and people who are watching them.

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So, what benefit will it serve us today, if we highlight the disputes of the companions? And if we highlight their mistakes or their errors, what benefit is, is it going to serve us today? Nothing at all.

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And remember that what to whom and for them, meaning for the companions, Minnesota bill, they had so our bill,

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what is so a bill

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from sabitha, meaning best

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feeding meaning they possessed precedents, they had certain virtues from before. One further, meaning they had a good record from before

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onefootball and virtues mejor jubu, which necessitates which warrants muffit or the forgiveness, pardon for what may Yes, lumen for whatever that occurred from them in southern if it even happened.

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That the companions, they all had such a good record from before, that if they did make certain mistakes later on in their lives, then you know what, what they did before was enough to bring them forgiveness. Remember the example of how could even have even thought he was a companion who was present at birth?

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What happened when the Prophet said a lot of time intended to go to Makkah to concrete?

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He sent a secret letter to his family. Right? And the prophets Allah was informed about it through why and he sent it. After that woman who was taking the letter to Makkah, that woman was stopped and the letter was taken from her and how to argue clearly proven guilty Romana below and who What did he say, allow me to kill him. But what did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say?

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He said, What do you know? Indeed, he participated in but what do you know, perhaps Allah has looked upon the people of other and said, do whatever you like, I have foreign Hindi.

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So the companions they had survival,

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previous good record and football in certain virtues, because of which mufaddal muffle is wider for them for the mistakes that they would make later on if they even happened.

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This is just like if, you know, somebody has always worked really nicely with you always.

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And then one day they make a mistake. Will you overlook their mistake? Why because of the previous record, the good record. But if someone has always maintained a bad record with you,

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then what will happen if they make a small mistake, even if you're like, That's it, I'm done with them. So, the Sahaba they had a good record had such that in the home indeed they you follow local ministry at their sins are forgiven manner that which is not useful is forgiven remember the home for those who came after them?

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The Companions because of the time that they spent with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because of how they supported him, they helped him they obeyed him

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because of those services. their sins are forgiven later on. Why because of what they did. And those sins are forgiven for them not for others Lee anila whom because indeed they have mental her sanity of good deeds and lotta mercy, which erase bad deeds. Melissa remember the home

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Melissa, which is not the case, lemon for who bought the home who came after them.

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Because the companions remember, they participated in but then they were present at the way or third one as

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We learned earlier, right? So, because of all of these things later on, if they did make a mistake, inshallah those mistakes will be overlooked. Why? Because of their previous accomplishments? Is this the case with everybody else, no malice, I remember the home. This cannot be the case with those who came after them wakad sebata and it has been established by only Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with the statement of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam unknown that indeed they hydrocone they were the best of the generations they were indeed the best generation what Anil muda and are indeed a mode what is a mode when you bring two hands together the handful of that and the feel of that,

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well another mode and the mode mean I had him of one of the meaning of one of the companions either at the solder copy when he gave charity of it. Cana it would be of Bala more superior men Jubilee or Odin, then Mount Hood they have been in gold remember the home from those who came after

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those who have reached such a level which cannot be reached by anyone who came after them? Somebody that can then then either Cana when Southern I mean, I had him dumble when one of them did make a mistake, meaning later on if a companion even made a mistake, fire Kono kata Minh who then it's possible that he repented from it. Do you understand that if for the sake of argument if you even say that a robot could have learned who made a mistake okay? Or more are we able to learn who made a mistake? Okay, fire Kolkata woman who then perhaps he repented from it, oh or attack, he came he has an atom with good deeds, them who who that erase that sin.

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That later on, perhaps they perform such good deeds that erase those sins. So we see that the companions they were protected from both sides, their past and also their future. How that if they made a mistake, then remember that previously they had performed such good deeds which would be a cause of forgiveness for their sins. And then if they did commit those sins later on, it's possible that they repented from it. Or it's possible that they perform certain good deeds which erased that same that mistake because it has an add, you'd have to say, oh, who fear Allah who or it was forgiven for him, meaning he was forgiven for it. Why be fugly? sabuleti because of because of the

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virtue of his Sabbath, meaning his previous good deed? Oh, or vicia it Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam? Or perhaps he will be forgiven for it. Why? Because of the intercession of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And why would they not be worthy of that intercession because Allah de which whom they are the companions are called nasty, vicious Verity. most deserving of people of his intercession. The companions are who are closest to the prophets of medicine, right? So they would be most deserving of his shofar in the hereafter. Oh or over Tunisia, he was tested, meaning that companion was tested by Bella in with some trial for dunya in this world could fail over here.

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And because of that trial, his sin was expiated. For

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You understand? So over here, we have been given so many reasons to think good about the companions, even if we found out about their mistakes, about their shortcomings. What's the lesson here?

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What's the lesson from this entire discussion, that to think positively about the companions always have personal one about the companions of the Prophet sallallahu said.

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They were honored with sarva with Rasulullah, sallAllahu, Salah.

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They were honored

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to be present at Aqua hut at 100. At the book at so many occasions, they were with him for sort of loss of allowance they were with him always. And later on if they made a mistake, that just shows that we're human beings. So if they made a mistake, don't highlight those mistakes. Don't dwell upon them. Don't talk about them all the time. Get over them. Why? Because look at their entire record.

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Right? Don't just highlight their mistakes, look at their entire record, by for example, where I'll be able to know I mean, people criticize them a lot to the point that they don't even say rhodiola horn, even though he was a companion, the prophets of a lot isn't a made doll for him. That Oh, Allah make him Hadean madeon rightly guided and a source of guidance for others. The prophets have a lot of sentiment to offer him And who are we to say, you know, criticize him and you know, highlight his mistakes. Okay. What are we able to learn?

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was the first one to appoint his son as an X califa and this was something that the companions did not welcome. Okay? What benefit of the doubt Are we going to give here? he did is he had there must have been a good reason. And if he did make a mistake, then remember that he did such and such and such good before and perhaps he repented from it or perhaps in the hereafter he'll be forgiven for it. You know, there's a statement that those who talk about the mistakes of others most are themselves

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you know in error the most people who talk about other people's faults the most are themselves most at fault.

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What right do we have to talk about the mistakes of the companions? for either Canada, then when this is possible for the newbie concerning Sims that are chapatti? verified? verified since like, for example, dinner is certainly a sin a verified sin? Of course, should Is it a verified set? Of course it is.

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But can it be forgiven? If a person does Toba? Can it be forgiven if a person performs good deeds later on? Yes. What do we learn one Latina lady Rooney Mara la isla? Aha well I have to learn and absolutely have um Allahu Allah will help Allah is known for my efforts. Delica al katama. All of these sins are what those which take to Hellfire, Darfur, who are who Kiana were roofie mohana 11

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so if this is possible for these sends, even that if a person repents from them, he's forgiven for kafer then how bill moody with matters allottee can see how much they hate him about which they were much they mean the companions, they really wanted to do good when they made those decisions, when they adopted that course of action. allottee canopy motd think about it a person is deliberately committing Zina. And then later on he feels guilty and he repents from it. Is there a chance of forgiveness for him? Yes, and Shawn when a person is not even committing something that he considers to be a sin he's thinking that he's doing something good for a good reason.

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By that he's seeking what you love

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there's a class over there because that is what we think about the companions right personal one then even though it was wrong even though it was a mistake should there be no forgiveness for that? There should be in a Sabo follow him around if they were right, they get double reward what in and if they made a mistake for them, then they will get one reward

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and will hover and the mistake it is muffled on the home they're forgiven for that so much then now after this, look at the you know the mistakes of the companions which are highlighted just look at them are they even really big mistakes? They're blown out of proportion. So he says summer then in the indeed elkader degree a quarter over here doesn't mean fates Okay. I'll cut it in its literal sense the degree the measure ality which human Kuru it is found objectionable,

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mean fairly unbearable to him from the actions of some of them alone, it's very little meaning their mistakes, some of the companions their mistakes. If you analyze those mistakes, they are quite small,

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Nazran insignificant, more foreign and

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obscured, forgiven feed Giambi, because of Giambi, phurba it will come in comparison to the football in the virtues of those people, one mahasin him and their good qualities, meaning the mistakes that are highlighted, just look at them, compare them with the accomplishments of the companions,

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look at the mistakes, what is their reality? What is their size? What is their severity, compared to the good that they have accomplished? Because we have to be fair, right?

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We have to examine everything. We can't just highlight on the mistakes and we cannot even highlight on the positive things. So, in other words, the degree to which

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to which it is found objectionable, what is found objectionable, mean fairly broadly him of the actions of some of them, then the degree that is found objectionable, it is very calling it's very natural, natural, insignificant and more foreign forgiven. fee jumbie. In comparison to follow it will come the virtues of those people will mahasin him and their

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goodness qualities.

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This is just like if there is some food

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and you don't like the fact that there is bell pepper in it because you don't like cook bell pepper. What are you

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You told, come on, there's so much other stuff in it that you like that you enjoy focus on that. Why are you highlighting on that little bell pepper? Why ignore it, put it on the side and eat the rest of it.

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Right? So likewise the companions don't focus on their faults, look at the good that they have accomplished. What good did they accomplish? Meaning a man of a man when

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you have a problem with a backhoe or look at the man that he had, he was called to do what also Lee and look at the man that he had in his messenger sallallahu sallam. Well, he had the feasibility and look at the Jihad that they did in the way well,

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they also did hijra when NASA and they also helped after the hijra. They didn't say, Oh, we've done hijra, so that's sufficient for us? No, after hegira No, sir after newsflow meeting battle after battle, they participated in it, when they're in there, and beneficial knowledge which they learned and which they taught, will Amelie salia and the general good deeds which they performed, by which we take inspiration from today,

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isn't it, we just learn about the actions of double bocadillo or know for example, the kind of charity you gave the kind of your son he did toward so many different people, even early in the morning. Remember, once the prophet SAW lots of them as anyone gone to visit the sick worker, anyone fasting, I will walk in janazah I will work

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so early in the day here are very thanks so much good. So, okay, if they even made a mistake, don't forget the good that they did. A woman mother and whoever looks at VCR, it'll come in the era of these people. If you study the biographies of these people, be Edelman with knowledge, meaning actually study from their ailment, not rumors, because that is also done right. many rumors are spread about the companions, false stories, absolute lies, that even seem far from reality.

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You know, for example, it is said that father, mother, the lower on her she was expecting and she demanded from one of the companions the land that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had left for her. And was it remote.

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But he pushed her something, can it ever be imagined? Or one a little one, you know, one of the lower I knew who he wanted to have a connection with the debate. So he proposed to the daughter off, or the Dublin or and he married her already who aren't who accepted. This was the love that existed between those companions. And we will behave like this will push someone and will hate someone. And we think that the companions were people like us, fighting over petty issues.

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If you really study the spirit of these people, we are in men with knowledge what to say about them and with insight, open your eyes, open your mind, be broad minded women men, the longer I lay him and that which Allah favored them with, be with it middle for law in our various virtues. I Lima, he would know being a person who studies this he would know your clean and with certainty unknown that indeed they the Sahaba they will hire on a hunky they were the best creation bharden ambia after the profits. And this is no exaggeration. Studying the seal of the companions will truly illustrate this, that the companions were truly the best of creation after the prophets of Allah.

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The highest status prophets and then after them, the companions, so much so that they were better than the hawara you

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they were better than the thieves the nakaba of musar de Sena they were better than those who believed the new halation and they were better than those who believe in who the early center because Allah subhanaw taala himself has testified to the great virtue the great merits of the companions control, Hydra.

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You are the best nation.

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every prophet had a nation right.

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And Allah subhanaw taala called the Sahaba best nation, which means that they were even better than the Hawaii

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remember the Hawaii you

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fucked up Never shading where the shady the Sahaba

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right. So, la Cana What are your kuno methylome lakanto there was not well, I akuto and there shall never be methylome anyone like them.

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They were the best people. If you study history, you will find no one who was like the companions. And at present in the future again. No one who will be like the companions are under home and indeed they are software to the elite men only had the illuma of the different generations of this woman.

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This woman

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Also many generations, right? And the Sahaba were

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what what were they? The cream, the best. Coral meant a noun, a soft Waterman pony had a Luma allottee, which is being this oma is your hydro oma, it's the best of all nations with a Chroma and most honorable are the Allahu taala, to Allah, the Exalted. So think about it from all of mankind, the best nation

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of Muhammad, Allah, Allah, and that has different generations. From all of those generations, which generation was the best? The first generation because the prophets of Allah Himself said, hydroquinone, army hydro Nessie, Connie, the best people were those of his time his companions.

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So really, they were the elite of this oma. And because of this reason, there shall never be found the likes of them neither in the past nor in the present and never in the future.

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They were really the best of the best. And this is the reason why we love them. And we respect them. And we befriend them, and we praise them, and we do not hate them. And if they did make a mistake, then you know what, we have more mistakes, we make more mistakes. If we start worrying about the mistakes that we have made, then we wouldn't worry about the mistakes of the companions. And if they did make mistakes, then you know what we'll think positively about them, we'll have personal learn about them. They might be faced with family or friends, and then you only focus on the negative that person to the point that you might break the tie. But in fact, a lot of drama is connected to

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family, for example. And so you miss out on all the beneficial qualities of that person. So with respect to Sahaba, the same way like you said, the quality is overcast deep and all of them. Why would you learn them if you have a negative image of an of them based on one quality. So even now, like while studying, I noticed that sometimes some scholars might say something, or there might be a small incident. And it is like taking up on the internet. It's such extensive length of, you know, discussion between people that they forget that this person has been reading like a lot of beneficial studies and knowledgeable stuff. And now they're only focusing on what he said to so and

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so and what she said and and that's all they remember, and simply just remember that they believe, if they believe that, who are we to hate them? Who are we to dislike them? It's as simple as that. The family of the prophets have a lot of them. We love them because of their email, and because of their kinship at first because of their email. So how about we love them because of their email? So if they had email, why do we have a problem with the

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last one with Allah says wasabi, wasabi like Elmo, caribou?

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Yes, and they were truly servicon in so many ways. Anyway, inshallah will conclude his panic alarm will be handing the Chateau La Ilaha Illa, anta Nesta, he will come on to LA in Sharla. Next week, we should complete our book, inshallah. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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