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as always, in the name of
most of us
peace and blessings
upon his family and upon all those who follow in his footsteps in the last day.
So that radical
Muslim friends and colleagues
on behalf of Sam Bradford,
I take this opportunity to welcome you all today.
I do realize it's
a Saturday afternoon and there are other things you could quite easily do today. weather's nice across a number of boats onto
Today's event will inshallah comprised of two lectures, the format will be as follows.
We shall have lecture, one following shortly titled, Muslim living in Islam. We shall then break for about 15 minutes or so and reconvene the five minute reminder regarding a the ambitions of Sam Bradford have a plan in the future. And then Toby will give a second lecture titled our lives.
We should then break again and reconvene in our final session which will be questions and answers.
Unfortunately, one of our speakers is unable to attend today due to ill health centers apologies and he said he will make it in the near future.
Just one announcement like
a Santa server have arranged for a crash. So mothers with children can use questions and they may speak to on
other men or on
TV show our speaker today. We use tofik children.
He spent most of his childhood in Saudi Arabia before moving to Australia where he now resides.
He graduated from high school earning the academic prize for excellence and attaining the highest rank in Australia.
He then went to city of the leader in the University of Medina where he graduated in Arabic and Sharia and with distinction Amistad he has chosen to teach in those fields
he's completely completing his studies in medicine at the University of Brisbane Australia and he's also the director of alfalfa Institute again in Australia and to be honest my two minutes in short of the there's no way justice to his vast knowledge and experience.
So without further delay, Pascal to
ask everybody put their hands up
and then put your hands into your pockets. Mobile
mobile phones ring
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You know what he said that once.
He was unhappy, cannot be
Demon, well battled for him.
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respected brothers sisters in Islam.
Allah subhana wa tada describes the women of Paradise, using the term Lulu. Allah subhanaw taala tells us three times
that the women of Paradise if you went to see them, you would think of them as concealed pearls. You think of them as concealed bright, shining, beautiful pearls. And that is because the Arabs, the Romans, the Greeks, the Aztecs, they all used to consider the most precious of their gems to be posed. And so Pamela is this reason why Allah subhanho wa Taala uses pearls as well to describe the most righteous of women, which are the women of paradise.
And in fact, it is in reinforcing the same point that also lots of the law has said that the best provisions that we have to take
the best provisions in this life is to sonica is a righteous woman, meaning the best me the most precious of all things, just like the pearl is the most precious of all things in amongst all our journeys. In the same way, the righteous woman is as precious and as an as exclusive and as distinct distinguished amongst all other women, just like the poet amongst all other gems, we find Allah subhanho wa Taala. In the eye, we find
ourselves in the center, having talked about women, and about righteous remain in such beautiful terms. And in such beautiful manners that truly puts all the other cultures that came before us to real shame. If you were to look into history into the history of mankind, the last 2000 years, you were truly amazed at the way they have been treating their women. You've been truly amazed at how in the year in the year 1746. inspecting in France, they had a meeting, where they had a meeting with all the bishops and cardinals in France at that time.
And they had a meeting regarding humanity and about men and women, and trying to come together together to figure out the status of women and the status of women's souls. And they all agree they all agree that women are less than men. And they all agree the woman's souls are not equal to men souls, and they all agree that they're deficient in one way or the other. And if you think about it, if you look into even the Old Testament, or if you look into, for example, some of the meetings or some of the books that are written in the past, the way that they talk about women, and how they talk about them in the most general terms, or how, for example, the Qureshi is to deal with them
with him, worrying when one woman for example, to sleep with many, many men are making men to sleep with one woman and then the woman will choose which which has actually had the baby with him. Or, for example, when the father died, the son would inherit the father's wives. If you think about this, and you think about how they used to deal with the Muslim women as a commodity, you'll be truly amazed at how Subhana Allah subhanaw taala turned the whole tables in the In fact, even the wives of some of them some of the prophets of Allah subhanaw taala, in the past, used to have this concept of understanding that somehow women are really less than men, and somehow they are so less
that they are actually that they would in fact, of course prefer that their children being the male children instead of female children. And in fact, it is for this reason why Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about
and her mother, the daughter in law
and sister in law,
her mother, Allison panatela, talks about how she also had the same understanding. And then how Allah subhanho wa Taala corrected her and taught her that no, this was not the right understanding.
Rather, in fact, we can also be a can also advisement and they can also be equal inshallah, according to the level of event. I'm going to read to you a section
and I want you to pay attention to what Allah Subhana Allah says, In surah Allah grant
Verse number 33 verse number 3243 and onwards are going to read Please listen to what
he has to say. Allah says
Buscemi, oh nanny is gone.
he was saying,
Allah subhanho wa Taala says, this beautiful verse
in the long
run our enemy
And no, and the house of Abraham, the house of Iran is upon the rest of mankind, very at the back of
a generation, follow the next generation.
And very alert is everything and knows everything. And then he tells us a story of the father of modern medicine. He says, What is
wrong when the when the wife of Iran said, rugby, oh, my God,
I have promised you that which is in my stomach, sacred only for you, for the company to accept it from me.
You are the one who hears and knows everything.
When she gave birth to
when she gave birth to she said, Oh, my lawn in the water. I gave birth to a child to a female child was in her heart. She actually intended a male child, she said what? So I gave birth to a female child in the
What I gave birth to what they said.
And this is a statement that she said, he said, What have the female child is not like the middle child, meaning one, meaning in a heart when she said, Well, I promised you whatever is my stomach. She intended that he was going to be a male child who would come out and you'd leave the woman and you'd be the leaders of the woman who's struggling the causal line dying the possible. This is what she really intended. But she gave birth to a female child, she became a little bit disappointed. And she said I gave birth to a female child knows what I gave birth to. And indeed the female child is not like a male child.
what they said
was in the summer,
Orleans and methodology, and I have called them by the name of Meridian, and a secret Fiji, Allah subhana wa Tada. And for her and for children from the ECOSOC straighten for the company.
So Allah subhanho wa Taala accepted for her husband with a beautiful acceptance will
The veteran has a beautiful dwelling. What the fella has a career and food security at the profit.
As a guardian over money,
a profit. Because profits are our only minute, according to the vast majority, the scholars Islam. And indeed this is right as Allah says, We have not sent a sermon on Sunday. We have not said except men, so prophets are our only men. And
yet we find in the following example, that I'm just going to translate to you how a woman who is not a prophet can also advise a prophet who is a, who is a prophet, Allah Subhana, Allah, a messenger of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
For that hasn't worked as well as equity. So So Allah
has a career
whenever you enter into the heart of millennium,
he would find permissions and food and water imprint there.
He said, Oh,
where is this from? Who is giving all of this all of this to you and give it to you?
She said, he or
woman is from Allah, surely these provisions
in the law?
Don't you know as a career that Indeed Allah provides, who he wills without any, any accounting? So Hannah, without any limits? thereafter? zecharia says, Allah says, He says hoonah, legal, meaning at that point, somebody understood that advice, the money and was giving him What do you mean, meaning many of us sedan viewed as equity could have a child. And at that point, was it when many artists told I spoke to that kid in this manner, that really understood at that,
at that point, that Korea got up and you make dua to Allah or Allah.
Or even give me a righteous child from you, give me a righteous child from you.
In the garden, you are the one who hears all the all the all the all of us applications.
At that point, the angels came down. For now, that's
what we'll call in.
And the interest came down to him and the edges came down to him, once he was standing up praying in his place of prayer. And he said, very unlucky, that tidings of
who will be upon the truth and to be from the messengers of that has sent from the prophets of Allah subhana wa Tada. And he is saying in this in this dunya, he is, he is a person of authority and power this video, and also, he will be for those who are honored by Allah. So
we find in this story is to go back to the chicken from verse number 32, in Surah, Iran, Allah subhanho wa Taala, teaching us that indeed, it is incorrect for us to be saddened when you have a female child. Why because even though a female child may not be like, like a male child, yet, when the Eman and supply is equivalent, than indeed in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala, they are equivalent, because unless panel data does not judge us by looks, or by our six, or our agenda, Allah subhanaw taala judges us by the tough one that is in our image that is in our hearts. And this is the only criterion where brothers and sisters and snap for you to be better than each other, for
you to be better than each other, the level of demand that is in your hands, we find the same understanding that Muslim women, those who have greater demand, and therefore as a result of it, they've surpassed other people, we find the same exemplification in the wives.
In fact, we find the ones that were how many numbers and we'll know how many were at one single time 11.
Think about it. Does anyone know how many battles are fought? Does anyone know how many battles are fought?
19 battles, all right, including all the major battles and the smaller wars and everything. 19 does anyone know how many troubles how many months you traveled out of the 10 years in which you was in Medina? Does anyone know how many months he traveled? He traveled for 36 months, which is basically three years out of the seven. That means seven years he had his wife. Okay, I did some quick math on that. I can tell you exactly what's happening here. Or at least forgive me if I'm wrong enough to do my medicine. So anyway, seven times 355 that gives me 2485 days. All right.
Minus 30 days from them also stayed away for one month.
So, minus 30 days that gives us 2405 days Okay, when you then what do you do then you divide that by 11 ones. So, he had 11 boys divided by 11 you get 216 days approximately 258 point something days okay but 216 days approximate approximately for for all of the 10 years that each one is had with the solar system each night 216 nights that the winds each of the solar system had with the solar system over the 10 years of his time in, in Medina. So, if you divide them by the 10 years, that means you get 12.6 days per year, that 12.6 nights per year that each one has with resources. And if you divide that by 12 slide, how many days you spent per month, you get 1.8 days, so 1.8 days or 1.8
nights spent with each of his wives.
Think about it. Think about 1.8 1.8 What else can I say? Look at the seven of the wives also have assassin any First of all, this also was so beautiful, like the full moon. He was so beautiful and his manners. So lovely. And he had so much energy to please his wives the energy of 30 cabins. And the salsa was also as the as the scholars of the of the of the set of have differences was useful Islam more beautiful,
more beautiful, and shallow, most critical.
Anyway, that's a different topic. The point is that he was so handsome. He was so handsome, so beautiful, so ravishing, so beautifully amended, so Chinese romantic, and he could only give two days out of the whole month. Imagine the patience that the women have had to have. On top of that, on top of that when the solar system died, what was the age
at the time is no, no 18 years old, 18 years old, she's still a young woman. She's still a young woman, but Allah subhanaw taala had called her many,
many mothers in two ways, the wives, our mothers in two ways, the first way that they are mothers is that we cannot marry them after the death of someone. The second way that they are mothers is by respect the respect that they deserve from us. So in these two ways, they are our mothers.
And so they couldn't get married after the solar system, even though they decided that they need to be fulfilled. But imagine this look at the several that they have to have. And this is truly amazing several that the women also receive a loved one even send them after.
They are truly exemplary women in the history of Islam. If we take a single, or one of the wives also lessons
we find that verse seven was even more.
First of all, sometimes even more, the reason why has seven or sometimes even more, as we call the solar system towards the six month period, before the revelation that came to him at the age of 14, he used to take provisions and he's to go back to the kingdom of God. And you'd stay there and and ponder upon upon upon Allah so panel and ask Allah for guidance, and for wisdom,
as you will take provisions of law and
will never complain to a sewer system. In fact, when he came down running from that cave, and he was shivering and escape, she actually
wrap the towel around him and said can level ecola nobody
will never let you go very good to the good the guests and you look after your your rights of your neighbors, and you look after the poor and you give food food to those people who are aware of the poverty or who are
experiencing poverty. And so unless you have that will never let you go and look how this wife had patients and she had several actually reassured her husband who actually needed her in a time. And that is why we find the 30 credit inquiry with once when
Obama had passed away our solar system staff to the hinterland get moved on to Medina. He was wants to sleep in his house. And hello, who's the the sister of
came to visit prosumers
when he came to visit a solar cell and she entered into the habit of it
and she says
What does anyone know why he will come? Because he had heard the voice of a DJ because how
Have you learned that her voice was similar to the digital environments voice? They were very similar. So he suddenly woke up because he thought that this was ridiculous.
So have a look at this man who loved his wife so much. And so he made what what level Allah.
He had heard that make this
meaningful, don't test me with this. Or look, please do not testing with this. Because Indeed, I love my watch so much. At that point, I should demand the service and understood what was going on and say, Do you want me to not use it? With an old woman who was passed away in a balls or no dust? What do you want with this older look at the jealousy she had?
The alarm that you can't muster? Love women so jealous. Anyway.
good reputation. So Pamela, literally, she said, he said, What do you want with this with this woman who's passed away, and she's an old woman Anyway, I'm a young woman, Allah has given you something better, anyone, herself, must give you something better. And so I was I
I was part that has not given me better than and so.
And this is why the most current opinion is
actually better than I should
have said that beautiful statement. And he said in
Verily, Allah subhanaw taala gave me
But let's, let's meet with them. This is a testament to how this this woman
had actually sacrificed and she looked after her husband, we also find in store in Fatima do
a truly exactly a story of how a woman should be, we find that
used to work in the mornings. And he used to try and get some grains, and then read the grains or the or the wheat back or barley back
in the house and that she would actually try and mold them and grind them and then try and make bread out of it. And then they would eat that bread on it on their own. Just Just bread on its own. And they go to sleep. But one day What happened was, was when they were making great analysis,
make the money back home
in Muslim when
we back home. And remember she has two children has two young kids. And she was making the bread and she had cooked the bread in the oven. And she had taken the bread out a assembly and often passed by. And so it often came and asked for some food. And so the paper gave him a piece of bread and another another cool person, a beggar capers. And first of all, again, give the second piece of bread. There was only one piece left as an authentic narration only one piece left. And another prisoner of war was just free but the Muslims passed by and of course, this is why they don't have anything now. So Father, we're delighted to give her that piece of bread. So they went to sleep
hungry that night. In the morning Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed the following verse in amazement with what they have done in how they have gone hungry for his sake. So lots of panel data set in the glorious code and he said, Well you can remove up Myskina demon was in
Alaska is the very early days defeat due to the love of Allah, even as an orphan miski a poor person was a free prisoner of war. And they say
that apparently we feed you for the sake of Allah lalgudi to be
any reward whether or not you're a tax in
very fearfulness. Allah subhanho wa Taala a day which which is so tremendous and so terrible, that will cause people to to follow their hearts to return inside out as are the verses.
Thereafter in this surah Allah subhana wa tada after revealing these verses, Allah subhanaw taala continues on talking about gender. He talks about gender and how he will give gender to such people. Does anyone know what's so special about the description of Gemini this morning versus
what is special about the interview is that Allah subhanho wa Taala in these following verses does not mention your name. In general, whenever lots of panatela mentions gender in great detail, you'll also
As mentioned the whole aim isn't it
however is these verses a lot is not mentioned the whole way. And this is the only part in the in the great description agenda where a lot is not mentioned the whole aim Who can tell me why.
In fact, Rahim is going to give that brother or sister five, five pounds right right. Who can tell me one?
Does anyone know why?
Why does not mention the whole Indian?
No, you're very far away and still in London to come back to Britain.
It will just love to see that intimacy he says Allah subhana wa tada revealed this verse. And this this is in order to make father happy. Sure mother. And Father Mother Divina was a very jealous woman. And she did not want
to take another wife while she was alive. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala did not want to offend her.
And so when you reveal these verses is not mentioned holy.
Can you read it? This was not what I read this I have to stop and think this panel accomplishes a lot of parallels after looking after, you know,
not saying anything. Amazing, amazing. Amazing stuff. Amazing stuff. This is a story of Fatima
was another exemplary woman in the history of Islam.
Another one of the executive women in the past was this woman by the name of Omar, Omar. Omar.
Her name was to save a bit of time. Her real name was the singer and
reports a lot of details about the sacred sacred of Diablo Diana was a very tough woman. tough, tough.
until we find the authentic narration, a Muslim prosumers in the Battle of Beaufort said that much different to me than what a shaman
Well, I never I never looked left nor right, except that I saw O'Meara fighting,
defending men, she actually got there in order to tend to the wounded of the battle. However, when the Muslims were actually going back and being defeated, then she came forward and she took up the sword. And she started defending.
Until it used to be said that the day of LaHood was the day of omarion it was hurting because she was so courageous. On that day, she had a son by the name of heavy loads. And it was a competitive solar system that he was a young boy, when the solar system asked for the layout of offered one. And he asked for the oath of allegiance from the from the from the companions at that time, have you got to learn who gave the ultimate lesson in that
one. And then when he became big when he became a young man in the time of cinema, the cinema or cinema who was a false prophet, after
a false prophet that came out, and he started to say that I'm a prophet, I'm a prophet, etc, etc. And he started to say that one reveals to me versus, as well and a new quote Allah has given me Do you know, by the way, so I'm just checking off from the side and I want to just show you the fallacy of this this false prophet, you know, unless
you know how this beautiful Surah COVID which is, which is in
our culture for Southern Europe, you can have that pray to Allah and sacrifice for him in the vehicle up the valley, the one who shuns you is the one who will be disgraced by lots of panels. And then so who sent him a he came up and he said, Verily, Allah has given me also a verse as well as similar surah. So what's the what's the surah?
surah is in our final
segment that we have given you, the, the milk laden coats for suddenly won't be covered. So pray to Allah and then take a break.
See, see this cut that and this could have been brought out another another suitor saying that this is what was revealed to him from Alaska. Let's go back to the topic. Let's go back to the topic, the topic is regarding Muslim women, and and regarding
who when he grew up, he went to find
guilty. So when we
heard about how people their loved one that died, then that she said that she remarked this beautiful remark which of them is
said that I am so amazed that the comments are my motto said and
oh my mama said
So will love him Allah a loving praised a lovely praise Allah is the great one for verily my son, he promised Rasul Allah says Allah his oath when he was small, and he fulfilled it when he became big, well lived by Allah, I have not raised it except for this. She said, one will learn a lot I have not raised him. Except for this. Such was
a true woman of Islam, we also find all slay will be alone, I'll have another companion female companions, who was also such an exemplary person whose name
her name was a saw, she was the wife of the companion with your loved one
was it I'm sorry, was a disbelief at that time. And when it was when, when he approached me to accept this and to get married to a
good marriage with one condition that
is very slim, you must accept Islam, so
accepted Islam and
it was the alarm used to say my way to a club.
I have never seen a woman who has a better and more honorable man.
A marriage case then homeschooling was
truly amazing stuff.
The level of anger she had from a previous husband, whose name was Malik, she had two children by the name of underspin, Malik and Alibaba
and unseen medical Dillard when he was four years old, whose name was your loved one.
in Medina, she said,
when he was four years old, to a solar system and said,
I want to be a servant. He said, what she said, what I want is to serve you as much as you need. And you think about this, Hussein was living down the road, how can a mother
leave a four year old child to serve for someone else, and sleep in the house of someone else for you know, you know, a couple of streets up the road. Think about this. And look at the sacrifice that a woman would need to make in order to actually do this, to actually give up a child through
the sacrifice that you need to make, you know, I have children and even at the age four years old to the beautiful age, yet at two, they're terrible, the tiny twos, the terrible twos, right, but have to let that fall. They have, they can talk now because they're frustrated because they want to talk and they can't talk until they get tantrum, but at 400 another they can talk, they are much nicer. And that's a beautiful time to be with your child. Beautiful time to be with your child's partner. Think about this. Yet, considering that the Lord had given her Apple of her eye to the solar system. One of education this woman had for the sake of Allah soprano.
Such as mousseline Indeed, he was because of the color of the super center for others that we find
it for more than 100 years. And does anyone know how many children
99 199 that the version of 126 okay 99 before
a judge can actually
kill some of his children. But in reality, he had 126 children. And
so, because of that
we also find in the story of a smart with
a smart woman who was the
sister of Ayesha
and was a tough, tough woman as well. And she had raised her son uplevel, severe to also be strong and tough. In fact, we find a black male was a ferocious man and he was a courageous man he had strong he had a strong body and he was very strong and courageous. In fact, what's what is reported in the in the, in the direction in
which some scholars
have said is that once no sooner
So happy Gemma dynamodb demos basically when you have a policy body and you take out the bad blood from that the IRS also seems to have done and it took some had some blood taken out, we know that the
the excretions of the prophets Allah subhanho wa Taala whether it be blood or the excretion for the cabinet parts are all pure as an authentic authentic relation in Muslim excretions of the profits or loss pattern.
And so we know that the blood is also pure so what happened was
box taken away and thrown away, so, bear this little boy he took the blood and he tried to
what do you do? He drank it so sore system heard about this and what's going on but yeah, you know, was not like you I mean he's definitely not like you I'm impressed with his person. Everything was in fact the sweat is the smell of a beautiful perfume. And you think about that so what happened was
I found out that it's been Abdullah was aware of the level had dropped the blood So you went to
where did you put the blood? Where do you put the
little boy remember? I said I couldn't find it
when no one will find it. And so Sue was so upset that beautiful segment about eBay, which is why you left them in a mess. Why not snake let them let them Asuka may involve the people from you, to you from the people and indeed the fire will never touch you because he had
so there is an amazing sense of meaning to the people from your meaning because now that you have
been stripped of the silver and wound to you from the people because what the people will do to him because the people later on kill them crucify him. Gentlemen use Apache crucified in action. As Pamela and you will not enter the Bible never touching meeting Chile with epogen, truly amazing statement, we find that there was so righteous and pious and so courageous that when a gentleman uses the general of his he, even one level
when when he was actually
getting the use of to markup and use a standard pelting material, the chemicals and chemical stones came down into McKesson, Canada, the only person who was doing talks was who is where everyone was inside the house afraid. And he said, No, I'm gonna go out, and I'm gonna get off anyway. And he was the only person doing the math at that time. So when you said come out and fight, because he declared that he was willing to do that is he, at that point, just came with his army. He knew that that that he could not live. So he went to his mother and said, Oh, my mother, would you advise me, then his mother was a smart.
She said, Oh, my son, very depth is better than the very depth is better than living like this, meaning living under the tyranny or oppression of a judge in the US. So he went out and he fought, and he died, and they killed him and crucified. So such was the mother of abilities available, your models are.
Also Wi Fi boom, imagine another wife, and another female companion or solar system. She was a female companion on solar system, we used to clean the moss, and she used to perfume the monster of a silver solution. And when she used to do that, as it was reported that she would do this, and she would do this continuously without any money without taking any any profit or any money from it. And she would always love to clean the mosque and make perfume that beautiful for the for the cleaning, once
passed by the most catchy fight.
Over there, he asked where to major and so the companion said not so much he had passed away. This is a variation in an essay in an essay, she had passed away. And so the sources said, Why didn't you tell me? Why did you not tell me at that point also, so went to a grade. And he prayed surrounded by over a grade and made the offer. We find truly tremendous women in the history of Islam, those women who are an example for us, not only from the time of the companions of those who are similar, but for the time after that as well. In fact, if you think about it, the ones that have the most difficulty in our time, otherwise
Have the scholars in the dorms are the ones with the colors of dishes, to to snap, they're the ones who are most difficult. Why? Because their husbands are going around here they're pitching the deal and giving and calling people and teaching the religion and they cannot spend their time with their with their beloved husbands, they also have a right but the point is they are sacrificing a right for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah for the sake of this religion. And in fact, the best example that I could find, of the sacrifice of a wife of a scholar was the sacrifice of the wife of
abroad medical costs for the upliftment of person was the top student of demand medical
housing was originally from Egypt. And there will be
reports that the concept came to study with the mathematical formula to study about STEM students study and take it from him a steady stem from in redeem for him. And so one day, and this is the person reporting as he reports that
he said one day, the group's that needs to come for Hajj to Medina, the concept of the judge, the the the traveling group of the judge came from came from Africa to Medina, to visit Medina and to pray in the Prophet's mosque because this was customary at that time when they came to hospital also visit Medina on the way back. So when the groups came to Medina,
a young boy from a Muslim about 17 to 18 years old, this young boy came to me and said, Oh, email, a free call,
or email, is there an appointment? Must you at the event said yes, of course. And here is this man here
says this, this young boy came and he grabbed me and hugged me. And he kissed me on my forehead. And he said, Oh, my father and your son.
He said, What? Oh, my father, I'm your son. So the custom says, and he reports will love you 17 years ago, 17 years ago, when I was in Egypt, and I wanted to come to Medina, in order to to learn from human medical human love. I had left my wife pregnant, she was pregnant at that time. And I had given her the choice that either she could come with me and be with me in Medina, or that she could stay here by herself and raise a child or that she could have could have also announced that she could be on her own. And that she could then you know, find your own way to live.
As if she chose to actually take the second option, which is to stay in Egypt, and to actually raise a child there. And for 17 years.
For 17 years. I did not go back to to see them. Because he was so busy getting knowledge.
A lot of amazing stuff. So how are you you could go to Egypt to study Arabic. And then you want to send your text message of babies coming. Next thing we'll do a second mobile
call the airlines booked your flight straight away, isn't it. So,
think about the dedication that these people have online we do not look further except by standing on the shoulders of giants like them.
We look further I will not look further into the into our Deen and into higher things nowadays.
Except because we are standing on the shoulders of giants like this because of sacrifices they have done. Look at the sacrifice of the person and look at the sacrifice of his wife truly makes sacrifice so much time and sacrifice, the most beautiful time to be away from her husband, waiting patiently for the time that her husband would come back to her because she knew that her husband was doing something right. And she would be patient because she was a belief woman. So power This is why in 71 This is why Allah says
in the law
itself, Allah subhanaw taala gives the agenda of the one who was patient, he said, without accounting, at some times Allah gives 10 times the reward of at another time Allah mentioned 700 times.
And yet other times Allah mentions unlimited times. Why? Because only Allah knows the difficulty this woman went on and on for only Allah knows the 17 years of pain and a difficult issue and she went the emotional pain, the physical pain, the difficulty she went through in her life, because they have been patient, being patient of what her husband was doing for the sake of this thing. Truly amazing stuff. This is why the accurate summary
as well with the last panel that we also find in the minds of the scholars in history. truly beautiful examples of how women
the the leaders of the world, why were the leaders because they're the ones who rocked the cradle. So they ruled the world. It's like that, like a proverb that says they have the rocks, the cradle rules the world. As a spanner we find in the mothers of the pious predecessors, the mothers of the scholars are truly amazing examples of how they were the real reason why after lunch, they were the main reason why their service was so great. Have you heard of the purpose of
the mother of
be pleased with his mother,
she became a divorced woman. At early age, it was not clear whether she was divorced or her husband died. However, she was with her two children, Bihari
and his brother and herself and she would go around and and get her children to actually seek knowledge travel around Muslim countries actually get her children to actually seek knowledge from scholars at that time. At the age of 12,
Allah had memorized more than 100,000 copies. And he had already started to write his first book by the age of 10. By the age of 12, he became blind, Mr. Bufalino, who became blind at the age of 12. So that integration did be combined. And Pamela his mother became so worried that it was reported that she needs to continuously make law to Allah subhanho wa Taala, to give insight back to him, to give a sign of love back to him. So at the age of 16,
reports, that at the age of 16, the wife, the mother of your loved one who saw a dream that
came to me in a dream, and told her that Verily Allah has given back the sight of your son because of your love for him.
Truly amazing thing. So at the age of 16, Allah could see again,
at the age of 16,
by the time you memorize a further another 150,000 credit, once he was blind, his mother used to retain his mother, they want us to retain and memorize from them. Amazing dedication of our mothers, also even medical reports, and he says that one after Allah subhanho wa Taala the main reasons of why I am who I am today is because of my mother, because the mother used to wake up in the night before and pray at the hydrant and wait until I woke up for virgin when I was a young boy. And when I had woken up should give me a bounce you give me food, she would turn around my head and she would say go and seek knowledge.
So and I'll come back at night, all the day studying and researching and and and listening to the scholars come back at night, and she would love me she would feed me and she put me to bed again. basic stuff basic stuff. Such was the it was such was the mother of Informatica Allah.
Allah mentions that even on the day, he, even on the day he, she made me she got up again. And she put all this together and she made me go and seek knowledge after the prayer.
And he truly did truly amazing dedication of the parents had truly made the dedication the parents had for the children that these women, these mothers had for the children.
We find this well in the mother of even National Vaccine example. The mother was another
amazing example of how she actually taught
her child to actually be righteous and parents. And she was similar to the mother of the medical and will love that she would force her children and force them to go out and seek knowledge. You know what we did what we do these days, you know, someone comes out our mothers go and get us a new wardrobe. winter comes again, after six months, our mothers go and get us a new wardrobe. You know, we pamper our children so much. They have the nicest clothes, they have the toughest of beds, and Subhanallah we pepper I chose to toughen them up. Whereas these women that truly knew how to raise their kids, they knew that that lunch was not going to be a bed of roses, and then when they go out
into the real world, that they will be smacked and they will be hurt. And they will be they will be cheated on. And if they didn't toughen up, then they will lose out. And that is why these women truly toughen the children up. Whereas sometimes our mothers do not toughen us up and that is why many men today are feminine rather than
The mother of Salahuddin a you build your loved one was truly amazing woman as well. Truly amazing woman. She was a coup de By the way, she was Kurdish.
As you know, the original selectee was actually the Kurdish and the mother of celebrity, but your mom, my mom was a Kurdish woman. And she was she actually accepted Islam. And after accepting Islam, she actually became very, very righteous. And, and from an early age used to sense that I had been to memorize and to listen to the scholars and to actually learn battle battle and how to ride horses and to throw spears and shooting
at a very young age, he became a monster of many,
many acts of war. And not only that, he would actually shoot actually send so I have been to the camps of the Mujahideen generals should actually send selected into the camps, of the generals of the Jihad at that time, to just listen to what they're saying, and to just learn from the tactics and learn from what they would actually do it at source, Pamela, it's amazing. But so I didn't have this training from a very early age. And then it was it became who he became afterwards, because of what his mother had done for him.
My beloved sisters and brothers Islam.
We're not talking today about Muslim women in history for any future reason. We're not talking today about them so that we may just ponder about how great they were, rather than talking about incidentally ponder upon our situation today. In fact, the question that I need to pose to our brothers and sisters today is what is the role of Muslim woman in the West? What is the role of Muslim women in Islam in the West? You know, about six years ago and Redfin, you have the race riots.
Last year in Sydney, where I was, I was actually in the Gold Coast in, in Brisbane, in Queensland, in Sydney, you know what happened? We had, we had the race riots as well. And we have these lions on the camber. They will rampage to the streets with their baseball clubs and their cricket bats. Now we don't have baseball clubs.
So they will go through the I mean, the only time you find the Lebanese wielding impact is something
other than that they don't really play cricket. But anyway, so they went around the streets of Sydney and Coronado, which is a suburb, a suburb in Sydney. And they went around, and they broke all the windows stab people, they stole things, they harass people, they start the engine.
think about this. And
the reason why a home becomes weak is because first of all, the men are doing the job, of course, because they will tease out the blame. All this goes back to the leaders. And the men are the leaders. And so first of all, they know they're not doing the job. But secondly, the second problem is, is because in the West, our women are not busying themselves and raising their children. And I'm talking in general has given a range of supplies. My sister's here, I'm talking about in general, the Muslim woman in the West are not busying themselves, and thinking about how they can actually contribute to make sure that something like this does not happen again. The average number of
children that a Muslim household has in Sydney at the moment is 4.6. I'll tell you what 4.6 children requires 2.5 women to raise does require only one woman was 2.5 100 100 a couple of inclusion.
Because Lebanese kids are tougher, tougher kids, you know, you need more than more than two women to raise. And so this is really the case with 4.6 children, every household. You have a woman who also needs to work because she's paying off the mortgage of the house. You have the husband who is driving around in a taxi, so he's working late nights, so there is no father figure in the house. And we find our families be raised up in the poorest the worst of circumstances. Whereas the pious predecessors, their families were being raised to be scholars and the leaders of this oma, we have our children being raised at the moment to be the filth of the scum and the lowest common
denominator of the woman. Think about this, as a Muslim woman must play a major role. If our men cannot pick her up. If the men cannot pick her up and tie their own shoelaces, then the Muslim will have to do it for them. Because at the end of the day, at the end of the day, they are the people who are in control of the House. They tell them that they are the ones with the food so you can put in the food what you want.
Okay, good ideas.
Put the foot but the point is that you make the food you cook the pasta you know and you control the household. So, you have control of the children, you have control over your husband, you have control over what happens in your house. And so you must play a pivotal role in making sure that your kids, your children, your men and your women, and your your daughters and your sons are raised up inshallah correctly to be leaders of the oma not to be the followers of another of another nation upon
me, I'm going to stop you inshallah and then we will carry on afterwards, I talked about today about Muslim women and their roles, responsibilities and as an example, and to take lessons from that of the past. And inshallah in the next lesson, I talked about our best friends which is our spouses or wives, as a lesson to our brothers here about how they should how they should be with their wives or their wives are good to them as well inshallah. So,
the 10 to 15 minutes, refreshments available for the brothers and sisters. If you have any questions pertaining to abuse, first of all,
they shall be answered in the final session.