Ta’Seel Class 14
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Stephen cathedra mama bad hamdullah we're back with our tell seal classes we're still continuing the reading from Riyadh from the book of Mr. Solomon has of course study in biomedical Madame rahmatullahi wa ala, in which we discuss right now the subject of taharah the book on Tahara purification and the secrets of purification the secrets of Salah as well to just before we start reading from the our text today inshallah I want to remind myself and everyone in regards to the meaning of Torah itself. So Imam Kodama Rahim Allah Allah Allah following the footsteps of Imam Imam Al Ghazali mentioned taharah different categories. So in the book, we have different categories for
taharah we add an extra one as well to make them five. Let's see if you still remember these these categories are math. So what is the first one? The heart of what
commanded? helped me out over here thought of what what do we call that? The external which we'll call particle has the external one, right? Meaning the purification of the body, your hands, you know, your feet, your face, and so on. So that's the first thing in UPI, that format from Anna Jessa what is nudges and what was considered impure and also what is considered filthy dirt? Right? That's the first category. The second category Tara Tara, what
Bartel, before the heart there's something else.
Algebra Jawara the limbs from what? From a C ad familia from us from the sins, you purify your deeds basically. So your eyes don't look except that which is pleasing to Allah subhana wa your hands the only one that was pleasing to Allah azza wa jal, your tongue doesn't pronounce any but what the pleasant ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. So you're purifying your deeds right now. Number three, the karate. Karate Number Number three, what is it? Baja of the heart. You purify your heart, from what from any ill feelings, any ill intentions from hazard from envy from jealousy, from from, from grudge, you purify your heart to model this because the heart is important. Once it's clear, the body will
listen to it and follows what's in the heart. Now the fourth category which was not mentioned, as he was mentioning, but there's a fourth one that comes above that, we say at the heart of what
of the heart of the mind, Turtle Carter. From what that nothing crosses your mind except that which is most pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala How can you even get to that level?
That requires a lot of hard work a lot of exercise a lot of training, you train yourself you train yourself your turn your naps regularly, until it becomes so comfortable of thinking but not the most pleasant Allah subhanaw taala nothing crosses the mind except them that is pleasing to Allah Azusa. Now the fifth category we call taharah. What the hartal the essence turtle Johore. So to have the essence what does that exactly mean? holistically like all the Sahara combined, makes you holistic will hamdulillah spiritual person that you see nothing in this universe in this world, except what is pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala you see the beautiful names and attributes of Allah and every
single action that is around you. Whether it's something good or something destructive, you still see the amazing attributes of Allah subhanahu Wattana that is something is the highest level of spirituality that the highest level of spirituality.
So inshallah we're gonna continue right now from what Imam Imam Kodama Rahim Allah
arrived at which is chapter section number two on purifying the external Masha Allah azza wa jal so we're going to start from there or that's on page 41 Bismillah.
On purifying the external Lilla Smilla hamdulillah sada somasole
Certain somewhere else.
With respect to removing waste, one should know the waist is of two types, removable dirt like that which gathers up in the hair, it is recommended to wash the hair and then comb and oil it to remove it so scuff firstness similarity similarily it is recommended to remove the dirt from the ears and the nose. One is encouraged to use the seawork and rinse his mouth to remove the yellowness of the teeth and the tongue. He should also wash his knuckles and his and the dirt that gathers around his body because of sweat and road dust. All of this is removed by the ritual of bathing so let's go back again to what I mentioned away what is the first that comes to your mind when you hear someone
in the status of Amanda Kodama Rahim Allah Tala speaking about these things. What comes to your manager? Ah,
doesn't come to my that Subhanallah how perfect our deen is. Many of these principles are being taught today. As basic of what of hygiene.
You remember COVID-19 or Joomla what happened? COVID-19 where they asked you to do wash your hand wash your hands 20 seconds you know every day if you can every time
admitted something Subhanallah watch it also, in regards to allergies and asthma, make sure that you always rinse your nose clearly and always want to have your sinuses clean and clear. All these things have been discovered today in science, but in our Dean has already been handler prescribed for us as part of our practice. So he says Rahim Allah Allah
is out to follow Allah, no one would come to respect to removing waste, there are two types, some is called dirt. And then he says something or particles that are going to we talk about. So in terms of their removing dirt, because look, anything that requires washing, it's important that you do so. And he gave example of things that gather in your head. Like what we talked about here, of course, when you when you play out or whatever, you don't have to play outside in the summer I don't take so just walk in the sunyani and suddenly you start feeling sweaty and it starts to pass your head scratching and it's difficult. How can you clean your hair and clean your head? Wash it wash it with
water fall or allow Sir let you step
outside what Darren like all the sweat and all the dust and so on. Used to have Botox done. lievable awesome. So you wash your hair and you want your head but what Jill what he is or the sharp? He said three things aware, wash it with water. And then he says take care of it. What does that mean? Take care of your hair. He said two things after that third deal entered him. What's the difference between 13 and 1313 means to compare her which means to take care of it, keep it tidy and a nice after the in using oil for example.
Or anything that makes it shiny make it actually clear and clean as well too. And that's the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that you do that He sets us on call mankind Allah Who Sharon folio. Whoever has hair if you if you grow long hair, this for both men and women, if you grow hair, it says value cream, which means take care of it. Take care of your hair, don't let it you know be the the shovel and all over the place. Because some people nowadays unfortunately, they think that when you leave your hair just go Jonnie wild, it's a sign of humbleness and humility.
That you're just a very humble person. No, it's not. It's actually it's not even. It's not right. Make sure that you keep it you keep it calm, and you keep it well. Now in regards to using oil or when using oil creams, for example, whatever people use for that, the Prophet saw some say nah, Roger, Roger, Eliza, he says don't do it too frequently, which means don't over every single day. Do not do it every single day. Every other day is okay, every now and then is okay. Does that include the soda beard for the guys? Answer is yes, absolutely. You use that. So you make sure that you look nice and you also stay clean. So the Prophet Solomon is recommending you take care of your hair,
call cara likoma SM FL o the animal Amphenol was used to have Bousada whatever comes whatever actually collects in the nose, of course and also the ears to clean that. So every time you take a shower, you do that every time we make wudu make sure that you clean your ears and kill your nose. How do you do that and the widow is very obvious when it comes to the odo make sure that you you wash with your with the tip of your fingers. You go through the elopes completely to remove all the dirt. And also it come to clean your nose. You make sure that you bring some water in it and then blow that out to make sure that your your sinuses also clear and clean. If you do that regularly,
handler bam, you're not gonna have any troubles. So it is sunnah that was the always clean. Then he talked about was the habit the so called Mahna Mahna. Now in regards to dental hygiene, make sure that you rinse your mouth clean and regularly and use miswak nowadays in place of miswak who use what toothbrush we use, of course in all these new modern modern things, and it's okay, now is it okay to use gum as a modern anymore? And miswak Kojima
What are you guys doing?
Elijah if it's if it's approved, Danny right by Dental Association, why not? Actually it should be so it should be okay. Because the whole purpose is not only using a specific thing to clean your mouth with as long as you use a tool that will
serve the dental hygiene, some of our dilemma to the extent that there was some of the dilemma because the Prophet SAW Sammy says Lola and Ashoka OMA de la Martin Basilica and the coolie Salah try will do if it wasn't it wasn't creating hardship for the OMA I would have I would have ordered them to to use miswak with every will do or every Salah some of the element they say if you didn't have miswak with you when you make and model and you want to still do the Sunnah of the Seawalk well you make a model what do you do? He said use your finger.
Obviously, assuming that your finger is rough, they realized in the 21st century Our fingers are mashallah very soft. They're not gonna do anything. So therefore some dilemma they say it was soft,
wrap a tissue and rub your
See through that, like the whole idea is how much emphasis there is in books of * among our alumni and scholars on dental hygiene, how you keep yourself always clean and keep yourself healthy Subhanallah to that level. So again whether using a miswak toothbrush or is your finger, it doesn't matter as long as you keep it clean or shallow terracotta Anna Paul, okay, that was a whole barrage him now that's an interesting here.
I mean who even thinks about removing the dirt from from your knuckles.
I mean when you when you hear that about caring for your knuckles, I understand the nose, the ears, you know the mouth and so on. But the knuckles who even looks at your knuckles,
who looks at them, when was the last time even you did that yourself man
Subhanallah there's a sunnah in it. And that's what they will do the other man actually they say that you need to a little bit in kind of like roughen your your knuckles a little bit on your finger, to make sure that they stay clean as you make your will do on a regular basis. That also why because again, if you don't clean them clearly they will be gathering and they'll be collecting dirt and also converted collecting some harmful matters for you. Especially when you put your hand in the food and eat and your hand is dirty. Can you imagine what could lead to to yourself and to other people as well. So it's extremely important that you do all the stuff of cleaning as it was
mentioned earlier. All of that that were discussed for you can be handled can be taken care of if you do it. Taking a shower will also taking shower regularly Jamar and I want to emphasize this specifically for us Texans over here in the summer GEMA is extremely extremely important to take shower regularly. If you need to take shower 10 times a day do it.
Without extravagance of course, don't waste too much water. But it is extremely important that you take shower before you come to the masjid until the GEMA. Are we clear on this regimen? Bismillah Qi Gong go ahead Allah,
the author event to them or the alarm and it says going to the hot bath is fine as that removes the filth more effectively and the number of companions and a number of the companions of Allah's Messenger some Allah already who has said them did so. However, 111 must make sure that others do not gaze at his nakedness or touch it and that when he feels the heat, he should remind himself of the heat of hell. Let's start over a little bit. So what is he talking about? Aveda Jamar? He's talking about what anyone figured out
is a public bath what do we call that?
Turkish amazima You speak about the Turkish Hamza because while it's okay to enter these public you know baths because back in the days these baths were extremely popular and were all over the community. In big cities like Baghdad for example, you will have a mirror and Damascus everywhere you go every center, major center silliness and a Muslim land they have these public baths and they used to have it for both men and women even sometimes, but most mostly for men. So they go they're hot water obviously and that's when you when you scrub the hole all the dirty and you kind of like get you mashallah refreshed and clean. A lot of these baths still exists until this day, they still
exist in our society even even here in this country. As a matter of fact, there are some of them over here as well too in Dallas. So every now and then it's okay for people to do that he says and he mentioned what I said with the whole hanged man it's okay to enter this public baths.
a blob of FileZilla because really using hot water and scrubbing and all that stuff and so on It will remove the dirt for sure makes it very clear. And he said that it's okay to do it because it was reported that some Gemma I'm going to Sahaba did that. When did they do that on the ultra model when they traveled to Hashem when the Sahaba they used to travel between Medina and a sham, a sham used to be of course, you know, Roman, an area and they had these Roman Baths as well, which is where the Turkish Hamam came actually originally from. So the Sahaba they did that says but if you're going to be doing if he's going to be going there, and going to these public baths, make sure
to watch your site and also cover your hour as well too. Because there's a big chance over there for people unfortunately to be exposed sometimes because of lack of attention sometimes by accident, whatever that is. People need to watch their site and also watch their hour as well too. So that's extremely important.
And then he said something here called via tele doc and at that Kirby Herat Johanna, because as a villa for a believer whenever you enter there, and you see the steam, and you touch the hot water, and that water touches your body and you feel the warmth of that waters palaces unit to remember the day of judgment. He says, Remember hell, now obviously may not be the best moment to remember it in that place. He says it's extremely important that a believer remember Hal fire when he started touching that hot water and these bats and so on. Why? He's going to explain right now
why this is a good idea to do so. Now.
This is because a believers thoughts are always engaged in the matters of this world in a way that reminds him of what is in the afterlife for a believer is occupied with his afterlife and every vessel flows over with that which it holds. What does that exactly mean? If you're a believer, and your thoughts are always of the asker eventually is going to show in your reflections. If you all think of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada if you think of Allah azza wa jal denodo and a pleasure if you think of Allah's wrath and punishment, then if you always think about that, everything in this dunya remind you of this will always remind you of that. And you give examples, continued examples.
Do you not see that if a Draper, a carpenter, a builder, and a weaver,
will all enter a house, the Draper would gaze at the furniture and think about its price, the Weaver would look at the fabrics of the garments, the carpenter would evaluate the ceiling and the builder would look at the walls. This is how a believer is also when he sees darkness, he remembers the grave of it. If he hears a frightening sound, he remembers the blowing of the horn. So upon seeing and upon seeing bliss, nine, he remembers the bliss of paradise near Imogen. And upon seeing torment, he remembers hell no. So as you can see over his evenings example, he goes, Look, if
if a carpenter enters the house, what is the thing that catches his eyes?
All the wood out, all the woodwork in the house, right? He looks at the furniture, he looks at the cabinetry, look at this, look at that. And they look at it and they start dramatic negative values of that stuff. If someone if a teller, for example, sees you wearing something, there's going to start touching your sleeves and touching your clothes and just start to see how well done is that thing or how much is the value of that thing? That's the nature of human beings. As a matter of fact, even our alumni they say to people don't don't benefit from two things. Tarot, the copy of the Quran doesn't benefit from the surah behind the Imam. Why? Because while the car isn't to the map
reciting what is it focusing on? Oh my god, that was too long. That was too short. It didn't do Calcutta here. He didn't do Meadowvale. He's worrying about the druid. And as a result, he doesn't benefit from that citation. Carl went to Hawaii, the Arabic teacher from the Khartoum because of the holiday was given up by an Arabic And the teacher is sitting there just like oh my god that was supposed to come out for that was supposed to be Khasra they missed this up, see all about the grammar basically of the hot one. So they don't benefit from that that's natural for us. So He says the example of the believer is that if you're always filling your heart and your mind with all these
things about the era, then everything in the dunya will remind you of it. So if you see darkness, the first thing that crosses your mind the darkness of the grave.
If you seal Hamdulillah, bliss and name and just don't ever think of the image when you say subhanallah This is so good. how gender is gonna look like like for example, many many people in the summer what are they going to do? They're going to travel to see beautiful things. They go to the cemetery they go to Banff in Canada, they go all these places. But then I believe at the moment he stands in front of these beautiful things what is the first thing come to their mind Subhanallah this how did you look like I wonder how gender is going to look like
you walk in the streets over here and you start feeling that I keep joking about the sacred look guys if you walk in the streets and you start you know smelling barbecue, it's probably you your skin is sizzling probably right now you're you're being cooked down in the summer of Texas aware. So when you start feeling the heat What am I what that should remind you with what could narrow Johanna Masha do Hara a reminder that Johanna is even harder than this dunya along with style. So a believer always see this dunya a reflection of what they have in their heart. So if your heart is full with matters of the akhira you always reflect on content. Those are the matters of the Astra. So that's
what Imam Kazama mo lout Allah is trying to explain to us in that concept, the smoking gun.
It is disliked to enter a hot bath if the time of sunset prayer is close in between it and the evening. These are the times that when the devils spread out, not exactly the transition says hot bath but it's not really a hot bath. It's he talks about the Harmandir Turkish Imams. And so like Don't Don't, don't go out there before sunset. Wala binal Aisha I mean, the word shine in the Arabic language. It's an Arabic text as it says Alicia and Alicia I mean, because in the Arabic language There's also something called Deadly when two things are used quite frequently together. We use one of them to indicate both together like for example, though, or an answer, they call them of the
Quran. Even though one is called the law of ones for the other for example.
And termer Wilma. Dates and water they call the mud LS Vaadin because, you know it's usually dark. So they said as further until
Gotta the sun and the moon. And the Arabic language is a sham and our karma, guess what they call them together.
I'll come around, not a sham Santa camera. So they call them on camera. So he the same thing Maghrib and Isha. They call them Aisha. So he says, Look, don't try to go to the public bath before sunset, know between Maghrib and Isha, because that's the time when the sheltering spread out. I need to protect yourself and guard yourself because it's headed in Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam is one of the three I didn't actually spread the word until the night goes dark. And then you can do that. It's a recommendation, not prohibition. It's like basically like this like to go during that time, but it's not considered haram to do so. Now.
removable parts, like cutting the moustache, so that's the second part. The second part of what he says and remove removing waste. One is intent in regards to removing dirt. The second category is basically Alpha dolla, which means particles Yes, go ahead. Remove parts like cutting the mustache plugging the armpits shaving the pubic region and clipping the nails. Let's talk about this first let's talk about this first. So there is Hadith and abuse of Allah Salah he called them Surah Al Fatah Rasul Allah and says I'm certain the Hadith comes there are five things considered soon alpha which means natural sunnah. Like there is no need for even religious instruction for people to
observe these these
good habits. What are they? He says call Casa sharp, which means to trim the mustache, the meaning of trimming the mustache, the mustache should be trimmed that it doesn't fall, it doesn't fall on the on the upper lip.
Once you start falling on the upper lip, and you need to cut it.
Now can I keep it fake, for example, that's fine. The point is that you cannot you don't let it go grow to cover the upper lip. So that's the meaning of PrestaShop. There's another narration, half for shadow halfa shadow, that's what it means. Also Oren hackers shadow another narration actually, which means to trim it all the way until it's almost encountered not shaving it completely, but almost shaving it.
But not shaving the mustache completely. The point is, you need to make sure that doesn't fall on the upper lip. That's the first thing. The second thing that he mentioned over here, we're not fully not fully leveled, which means to click to pluck, actually the underarms Hamdulillah. Now we have machines, we have other accurate ways of doing that. It's extremely, extremely important that we do that. And I need to emphasize on this issue, because unfortunately, in some cultures, and some guys, you can see it here actually in America, as well to that some people, they think that you know what you need to live a natural life, which means if God didn't want you to have this hair, he wouldn't
actually go to grow there.
So there'll be walking around actually cutting nothing. And as a result, they have longer under their arms, unfortunately. And obviously, when you get sweaty, and the bacteria start kind of growing there, it started smelling really nasty and bad.
And I don't want any of us here in this community to fall into the trap of this thing. You should actually always make sure that your underarms always clean. And when I say clean shave it.
Every time I take a shower, shave it every single day. That's fine, do it. Every time I take a shower, shave it because some people that say well, as soon as soon on Fedora, it's one once every 40 days.
Once every 40 days doesn't mean you can't do you can't wait that long, please.
You can't wait that long. So keep it always clean. And even though the word says not forever back then was plucking basically the hair. Because maybe they don't have the convenience of what we have today in terms of machines and and razors and so on. But hamdulillah with razors, you can shave it actually clean every single day, and it should be okay. Then it says colorful helpful Anna, which means to also share the pubic area around the private part, making sure for both men women to keep it clean. Always the same thing you shave it completely. Now, what about using chemicals? If it's not harmful to the body then it's okay. What about using laser now using laser it's disputable
because some of the automatic instead of laser as fire and if a person uses that will be excluded from the fork from the 70,000 people intergender already has seven Holanda
but it's not haram. It is not haram but it's actually considered of course you know part of using fire because lasers use fire eventually
WakaWaka soil Olafur also, of course, you know the fingernails you need to always you know cut them regularly and make them clean. That's for both for your toes of course and your fingernails as well to making sure that you keep them clean and shallow tobacco data. So the profit is awesome is recommended for us to do that on a regular basis. Now I want to add one more thing opposite for the men for the guard to the beard. The Sunnah of the Prophet Salah Salem is for the men to grow a beard and the Prophet says that did not mention any level of how long you should keep it basically but he says grow the beard Salawat low ceremony. If you decide to trim your beard or trim your mustache you
make sure part of cleaning and trim observant is certain actually to clean after yourself.
What emphasize this again, if you use your sink
You clean after yourself if you use your bathtub, whatever that is, you clean after yourself part of observing the Sunnah like in the in the process of observing the Sunnah of trimming your moustache and managing your beard well. Part of that sunnah is also to keep it keep everything clean around and yourself don't make a mess in the process of making that sunnah write inshallah Tabata Kota. Now.
It is disliked to plug gray hair while dying, it is recommended. So that's for the for the people who mashallah have Yanni salt and pepper like myself of alien. So what do you do with that stuff? And I remember when I was when I was, was much younger, when the gray hairs were one or two, my little kid at the time they were killed. Obviously, every time they see one of those white threads, they just they can they pull it out. They think it's a thread that is it does pull it out, just come on, leave it if they keep it out. Now I think they're harassing this I pluck it out maybe the black ones right now. But the idea is that it's the purposes set over here or two there was some
narrations not authentic in regards to the prohibition of plucking out the gray hairs. Because it's a sign of of course of maturity. And also the prophets of Salaam. He sometimes you know, praises the man or the woman with a grow gray in Islam. Now you grow gray in Islam, your beard becomes gray in Islam, your hair goes gray in Islam, for that's like an honor to grow in Islam and hamdulillah Bananaman was to have books, and is recommended that you dye your hair, you dye your beard, what kind of dye so there are a lot of active
opinions on this matter. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam he forbade us to use the black, the black color, the perfect black pitch black basically. But is that because it's black? Or is that because it was the most common color the Arab had back then?
Because of the Prophet Salah Solomon who saw the father of workers the deal on the conquest of Mecca when he saw him actually, Katha Rama, like his head was just like a cauliflower, all white, and the prophesy. Sam says The Euro was terrible. Sir, could you please change this and just make sure to avoid to avoid the black color. That's what the promises M said. So somehow, they went with the letter of the text, they said the only thing that's prohibited is actually changing the hair to black. What does that mean? Can I do with brown? Yes. Can I do a blonde? Yes. Can I do it?
White for example, or gray? You know, it's as a style. Yes. Okay, except they said except colors are not considered natural. Like what, for example, going neon, for example, then?
You can't do that. Right? Although it's becoming very common these days. But unfortunately, it's common in a specific definition. So you avoid those definitions. So don't fall basically under that category as well. What about maybe put highlights, for example, that the answer is yes, you can do that. So those women who say that the prohibition is the black color, they say only black that is considered prohibited? Either they said no, the Prophet said black because that was the common color for the Arabs. But nowadays, you have the blonde hair, you have this hair and that hair. So when the Prophet says black, did He mean only to avoid going or looking young again? So that become deceitful
or what? So that's why they start saying well, if it's a matter of deceit, like if someone covering the shape to deceive somebody, then you should avoid that no matter what color it is.
So let's say you avoided dye avoiding your orange color that brings you back again 20 years younger. So in this case, avoid that stuff. So those are two different opinions Allah Allah I honestly believe is that actually it's not just a black color. It's a matter of deceit. And if that is avoided, it shouldn't be okay insha Allah with about a quarter should be fine. Doesn't have to be Hana doesn't have to be Hana The answer is no. You can use any that's available as long as again it's actually it's considered okay and then harmful to the body of the the skin inshallah Allah, you should be fine. Last one, last night. The other levels of purity shall be discussed in the books the
discipline, the path to spiritual growth and the purification of the soul. If Allah Most High wills, then shall allow that and that's what we're going to be to continue in the future in sha Allah azza wa jal. So next time when we continue to come back, we will be discussing the the subject of Salah and shallow Tala what are the inner secrets of your Salah May Allah subhana wa Taala make us some of those who listen to the speech and follow the rest of the job will Allah mean and purify us inside and outside? Allah Allah
right we're going to switch right now in sha Allah to Allah to Jama lumen Hichem.
hamdulillah Bellarmine so Allah has summoned Baraka Vienna Muhammad Anwar early he was to have your salon with a Sleeman Kathira my bad hum the last shout out tonight we're going to be discussing Hadith number
Eight Hadith number eight insha Allah azza wa jal from a barbarian Novia by the man shot heaven Roger Brahim Allah to Allah. Hadith this hadith even Omar Rhodiola Duran Houma Anna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon Omer to anakata NASA had the shadow Allah Allah illallah wa ana Muhammadan rasul Allah while you play masala were you able to Zeca ferry the ferry with Erica awesome the mini the MA MA MA MA Illa haka Islam where Hassan Allah Hi Tara hey the rod Bukhari Muslim, the translation Bismillah
read the Hadith translation. Rahman Rahim o salat wa salam ala Rasulillah.
Even when the Lord Allah no narrated that the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I've been commanded to fight people until the witness that there is no God but Allah subhanho wa Taala and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah and established the prayer and
then if they do that, they have protected their blood and their property from me except for the right of Islam. And the reckoning is up to Allah exalted dizzy. Al Bukhari and Muslim narrated hamdulillah Sato sama la sala. So this hadith is extremely important right now, especially in our time because it's been misused and used by many people Islamophobes and others to say that Islam is actually all about killing people and fighting people. And others say no, well, there's actually there's a reason for this hadith where the prophet saw some say what he said okay, so the Hadith as you can see, the Prophet saw Sam says called Omer Tanaka Tyrannus I've been ordered and commanded to
fight against the people had their shadow Allah, Allah, Allah until they were witnessed, there is no God worthy of worship, but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, how do we translate the meaning of fighting against these people? And who are these we were talking about right now? Is that instruction, limited to his time, the time of the sahaba? Is it also extended to our time? And if so, how do you understand the concept of this Friday? But hotair shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah until they bear witness there is no God war, they worship but Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, where you came with salah they establish the Salah, are you to Zika and they also give
them a car, Ferry their Fallujah like if they've done that? Forgot that awesome amended demand, what Amala then they are protected, and they guarded their blood and their property from me, meaning call us they become Muslims, and therefore they're protected right now. Fall in love we have good Islam, except by the hug the rise of Islam. What does that mean? We're going to explain such as, for example, hardcore, hardcore, man is what the right and money is what Zika? So if someone doesn't pay Zika, should we fight them to pit as a cow or not? That's a question. If someone commits a murder, for example, yes, their blood is protected. But if someone commits a murder, do we have the right to
retaliate from this person for the crime that he committed? So these are the meaning of actually Hector Islam? Well, aside from Allah, Allah, Allah, if they done something haram in this dunya and they run away with it, they will not punish for that crime. What happens to them? Kalasa said they've done. So no, so Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah still are going to hold them accountable on the Day of Judgment. So yeah, if someone did not receive punishment for a crime they commit in this dunya that doesn't mean they're gonna get away with it. They're still going to face the activity of crime. On the Day of Judgment. May Allah protect us from this horrible admin. So let's explain the
meaning of the Hadith insha Allah azza wa jal as Imam Raja mulata explained, if you if you look into the book yourself afterwards, we're not gonna read through it but I'm just want to explain to you that Imam of Raja He began by explaining that this hadith has multiple narrations, some of those durations, exclude the Salah and Zakah. Like saying, if they say La ilaha illallah They protected the blood and their wealth colors. What does that mean? It means if someone says that Allah Allah that's enough to protect their wealth and their under under life from from punishment, meaning because this ratio that we have in front of us right now requires What three things require that you
say Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, you pray and you give Zika then you will be protected. So how do you understand all these narrations he can explain right now how to reconcile all these different opinions? Let's see what he says inshallah. We're going to be reading from page 130 Inshallah, that headline there is point 130 Sha what it says,
go ahead. Imam Ibn Rajab Rahman Rahim Allah he says, Moreover, his words they've protected their blood and their property from me, shows that he was at the time of these words commanded to fight and to kill whoever refused Islam, all of which took place after his emigration to Medina. One of the things which is necessarily known is that he prophets, Allah, Allah, Allah, is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam used to accept just the two shahada as from everyone who came to Him meaning to enter Islam, and that his life was protected by that and he would regard him as a Muslim. He rejected what Osama bin they did when he killed the man who said, there is no God but
Allah subhanaw taala just as he raised the sword above him, and he disapproved of it passionately.
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not stipulate that those who came to him wishing Islam had to click to the prayer and the sucker that's up here a little bit for a second. So the the paragraph before that when he says to Makoto so many demand ma model Moreover, in regard to the statement and said that they have protected their blood and property from me, so what he says over here is that according to the to the collection of this hadith, he says that the prophets are most of the Hadith he said that La ilaha illallah is sufficient to protect the person, blood underworld, Hollis then the concern protected right now. And he gave examples, one of these examples he mentioned, he said,
the story of Osama bin Zayed are the Allah TerraNova when he was in a battlefield and he chased after a man, and then by the time he arrived there, he raised his sword about to kill him. This man he says La ilaha illallah the moment the man said that Allah Allah becomes what? Muslim, right? But let's take things into that circumstance. Right context, put your seventh and replaceable semana de la to Nevada. What did the same I do when the man said that Allah Allah Allah, He said, Kill him. Why did he kill him anyway? God in his mind, what did this man say? Allah, Allah, Allah to save his life. So he's not sincere. He's not he's not true about it. If he wanted to be Muslim, he should
have done it before he came to the battlefield, right? That's the same as logic Rhodiola when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard, what happened, and what he did, the prophet sesam was extremely, extremely angry with Sam and he said, I've never seen the Prophet sallallahu Sallam so furious, so angry, like I did on that day. Like he said that I thought that I was hoping that it was, I hope that was my first day to become Muslim myself. Like I was so upset with myself as well, too. I wish I know, we must want to accept on that day. So that this this will be forgiven for me and the professors and kept him and him can Akata hooba and Khurana ilaha illAllah. You spilled his blood
after he said that Illa illa Allah. So sama kept saying to the Prophet, ya Rasul Allah and mozzarella Todra he's just trying to protect himself. That's all and the Prophet Sessoms of Kazakhstan. Kalba
did you dig into your heart in his heart? Do you see what's in his heart? Do you know if you did it because he was trying to protect himself he was sincere about it. So from this erotic Rahim Allah is saying, look, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam he accepted that this man was just La ilaha IL Allah to protect his blood.
He didn't wait for him to then Salah until NZQA No, just saying that Allah Allah protects the person from become a Muslim. Now, let's be real as well in our time specific in our time handler we have seen Ramadan mashallah many, many people come in and says I want to say Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, every now and then we see some brothers and sisters mashallah there and downtown for example, they have a table there and they spread the dollar handler and then you know, people walking by, they get excited to say hey, I want to become Muslim and they give Lila Muhammad Rasul Allah may Allah accept on the mayor of Bananaman. However, in our time, the circumstances are different.
Before people can pronounce that Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, do they even know what it means? Do they even know what it means? Because this is the reason why this is the reason why the people of Makkah refused to say the Shahada. Even though the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam he was asking them just to say it, nothing more, just to say it, but then refused. Why did they refuse? Because they knew what it means. They didn't what what it entails once to say La ilaha illa. You have to commit to the meaning of it. Which is why his uncle Abu Talib to the last breath, and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kept telling his uncle Obatala Tada, I'm Karima. Just say I would say
the word just that the word Karima or had you like a bear and Allah I will use your word, your statements for you on a day of judgment, like I will ask our argue for you with ALLAH SubhanA wa sallam for the tenacity of that word bubble of autonomy refused to say these words. Why? Because he knew if I admit that, it means I've committed to the word. And he refused to mention these words of Hama. So here we know that nowadays, many, many people who have mentioned their shahada, they might not even know what they're actually getting themselves into. They don't understand the meaning of it properly. So therefore, it's extremely extremely important before we make people give the shout out
that they know exactly what Islam really means. But if someone comes to you and says, I want to become Muslim,
and then when I say the shahada, do you refuse them? The answer is absolutely not. We don't refuse the people when they give the Shahada. Therefore, therefore, the second paragraph is going to explain this concept. Are you allowed to accept the shahada from a person who comes with a with a with a bad condition? Like for example, someone says, Hey, I want to become Muslim, but I can't quit drinking.
So what do you tell this person? This okay sir shahada and keep drinking or just share the shadow first, and then we'll talk about drinking later.
If someone says, Look, I want to become Muslim, but I have a boyfriend. I mean, I can't quit militia with my boyfriend or my girlfriend. I want you to make this halal for me, for example,
Do you make it halal for them? Okay, so they accept the shadow from them on that condition like you say, Okay, fine. That's your Shahada. Can you accept this? The question is can you accept an Islam from somebody who wants to put a condition that is maybe contrary to the meaning of life, Allah Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah. Let's say what a member of Abraham Allah says about this.
Says, on the contrary, it has been liberated from him that he accepted Islam from a people who stipulated that they should not have to pay zakat in the Muslim of Imam Mohamed tourist from Jabara de la carga know, that he said, the trifle with Akif, stipulated to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam that they should not have to pay and wage jihad. And that that messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, they will pay the succah and they will be in jihad. Now this direction, so authenticity that actually is weak in terms of authenticity. It's weak. However, what we learn from it in terms of cam that if if it's if it's authentic, that means
actually, yes, you are allowed to accept from them that condition, but that condition in itself is now that condition that is stipulate is now because once they say Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah has now they accepted the Muslims, right? They accepted to be Muslims, once you accept to be Muslim, you cannot live your own Islam. You have to live Islam as it is. And Islam says you have to basica Islam says that you can't quit you cannot keep drinking Islam says that you can't have you know, this illicit relationship and so on. So, we accepted or he says a way that we accept from them what they claim, but we reject the condition itself. Like we say look, do you want to
become Muslim? Say Yeah, I want to become a bad with one condition, I want to still you know, shoot drugs for example. So you want to become a fine just become a semi now once they become Sedlak shouldn't drugs haram? Well, you told me I cannot become Muslim, I can become some other way of doing it, I did not approve you. I said just say say the word and then we can talk about this. So once again you can take from that but without accepting that condition as part of their Islam clip go on.
In it also there is from Nasser even ask him a lengthy from a man of theirs, that he came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and accepted Islam on the terms that he should only pray to prayers. And, and he accepted a tremendous. So he accepted from him and then what? What has once he became us without them what you have five developers.
Like if you want to become Muslim, he Allah has become Muslim. You can put whatever condition you want. But if you want to become most of that's what Islam talks about. And if you're going to reject that, then you become an apostate. That's no different crime. So that's why actually is a set of let them suggest that that that condition, don't accept that condition from them. Don't accept that. Rather just tell them you ought to become Muslim. Just say your shahada, and then you let them know that actually this is considered null that runs against your Islam or your pronouncer of Islam now,
Imam Muhammad Rahim.
Allah took the stand based on this hadith, and said, the acceptance of Islam can be sound with an unacceptable precondition. But the person is then required to fulfill fulfill all the judgments and rulings of Islam. Now, he sought a proof also from the fact that Hakeem Ibn his arm said, I pledge allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the basis that I should only prostrate from a standing position. And he said, it meant that he would prostrate without bound. Why is that so unique in the statement of how can even his I'm not sure how many of you are aware of the Arab culture, but one of the most detestable things for the Arabs is to bow down to anybody besides the
Lord's pinata, even before Islam. The Arabs willing to go flat on their stomachs for you, but don't ask me to bow down.
And that's very common even statement until this day they called La naka de la Naka. We will never bow will never bow down, although there are the flat on their stomachs anyways. But it's still the same will never bow down because for them, it's a big insult. So how can we be in his arm being a leader of his tribe, when he become Muslim? He goes, Look, if I'm gonna pray to God, I'm not gonna make record I will go straight from standing up straight into the surgeon. So I'm gonna skip record.
And the Prophet says Sam is just like, just to shahada first, and then eventually this is how you need to make your Salah whether you like it or not, you're doing it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. you humble yourself for Allah azza wa jal and not for anybody else, which is why for Muslims is a big deal actually, in martial art, for example, when you go to martial arts, you know, do you bow to your master or not, for example, or to the coach or not? It's a big deal because as Muslims we believe I'm not going to bow down to anybody. Also in the Indian culture, for example, even in the most among Muslims, they bow down to touch their right to their parents feet, for
instance. Now, are you allowed to do that? Now bowing down
If it's one thing but going down to touch the feet, that's okay. But you're not standing in front of him and just bowing down actually to them. We don't do that. Again it's only for Allah Subhana Allah and only to Allah as origin so that's that's a in regards to if someone wants to put a stipulation on you, hey, I would like to be Muslim sounds cool, but I have I have a boyfriend I have a girlfriend for example, I want us to live my that my dad loves it. Look, if you want to be a Muslim, this Islam you can give your shahada and then we can work on this later inshallah Tana, but they need to know that it's wrong afterwards, they need to know that it's wrong and they have to change
inshallah data their way of living. Let's move on, next Inshallah, GA to page 132.
Now, page 132. What he's saying here, what he's going to be talking about right now is one of those major principles that that we derived from this hadith.
If a group of people, a village or a town or city collectively decided not to practice any of these pillars of Islam, they're not gonna pray all together. They're not gonna
pay the car. They're not gonna fast Ramadan, for example, as a community, are we allowed to fight them or not? Now, if they were individuals, are we allowed to find them or not? Let's see, first of all, in regards to collectively if a city or a village or community decided not to practice one of the major principles of Islam, what sort of thing on that that's what it's going to be recited mentioning, and we'll get it from the middle and shallow data where it says some of those things from the Khurana
Imam Ibn region, Rahim Allah says some of those things from the Quran, which show that one must fight the group who refused to establish the prayer and pay Those are his words exalted in the final welcome was Salah
for Hulu's below. If they make Toba
and stablish Salah in Pisa, let them go on their way, which means if they if they just did Toba, but it didn't pass a ca or Salah we're going to still have to go after. That's what it means. Now, the second idea and his words Exalted is He filed the Google car masala for 115. But if they make Toba and establish Salah and pesada they are your brothers in the deen, which means if they did Toba but it didn't pray or gives a car you don't kind of as brothers and you then that's what it means now. And his words exalted as he will call the loo hatherleigh taku had the guna fitna to where you're gonna Dino Allah, fight them until there is no more fitna and the deen belongs to Allah subhanaw
taala alone. So it's not for them to decide if we want to pray or not. Or give the cow not who decides on this. Allah that didn't belongs to them. Subhana wa Tada. So technically speaking, we say that if and this rule by the way, this rule applies where in a Muslim society in a Muslim society, when there's the sovereignty of a Muslim of a Muslim government. Nowadays, unfortunately, we don't have anywhere in the Muslim world. Actually, any one government that rules by Islam purely. It's a man made law, obviously, these are the decisions made, you know, of course, you know,
differently. So therefore, there is no pure Islamic government anywhere in the world.
No one rose purely by the Sharia. And that's why you can't say that you can apply this, you know, on our own. No community can do this to other members of another community, you have absolutely no right to go after other people just because you say well, the neighbor village, they don't actually call out that we're gonna go fight them, you can see this. This is only when there is an Hamblen established society by the Muslim government. And obviously, this rule won't also apply unless it hamdulillah the Islamic society is healthy society. Because if it's healthy society, there is no nothing to worry about in regard to this matter. Because there will always be another one. There
will always be somebody who's making son a brother Anton give the Zika we worry about this when the society is not as pure as it should be. That's when I started becoming relaxed in terms of practicing alright, but And so again, you can't claim you can't use say that oh, somehow so you have to go and fight everybody else in the community. No, this is a collectively if an entire village or a city or a town in a Muslim land, when there's an overall sovereignty of a Muslim rule and a Muslim government. Actually you can apply this rule now.
Along with his words, Exalted is He wha hoo hoo Ilari are with Allah meclizine Allahu Dena Hua up mo Salah wa to Jakarta Metallica, do you
know they were only ordered to worship Allah making the deen sincerely his as people of pure natural belief and to establish Salah and basica that is the correct thing.
Keep going. It is reliable established it when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam would mount a raid on a people he would not do it until it was morning.
And then if he heard the call to prayer from the dawn prayer, he would know that they were Muslims, if he but if not, he would attack them, even though there was a possibility that they had entered Islam, but we're not performing the prayer. He used to advise ready parties, if you heard the call to prayer or see a mosque do not kill anyone. Now, I want you to keep in mind, this hadith should be taken into context that at the time of the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam, the entire Arabian peninsula was at war with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They already were at war with him. So therefore, it's a matter of who actually takes the initiative. Sometimes, as the Sahara desert and
patrolling in the area, they will find, you know, groups are trying to ambush Medina and they fight with them. Sometimes the Prophet says he hears about some communities are actually recruiting maybe, or they may be getting stronger, and they're not too far from Medina. So they go and activate, they raid that community before even they become stronger and fighting at the prophets that Allah allows ceremony. It's not just like a random people that the Prophet says I'm here just one day walk up and say, Hey, let's go to specify these people. Just keep that in mind. That's what it means. Now.
He sent on an even Hussein to some people of Bunyan Umber and they attack them because they have not heard the call to prayer. Then later, they claim that they had already accepted Islam before that. So what he means by that he says like, sign of the ALLAH and he went there and other provinces sent him
military expedition. And so they came at that territory, they didn't hear any of that from them. So they thought that this is not almost anonymous in society. So they attack them when they took over the symbol were Muslims. Okay, well, in this case it was that and then why no one was calling that down for why there was no no Salah so how do we get here Muslims are not that accurate an indication and indicated for all of us as Muslims who have never been on individual level as well too. We need to show that our our symbols of Islam so that we be recognized as being Muslims. And if you live in a small town, or a small village, like I read about some incidents happened in New Mexico,
unfortunately, because I must admit there was vandalism Stan, it's a small community. There's about 20 Muslims in that area. But mashallah they have their own students and 20 Muslims only, they still made a masala for themselves hamdulillah to show their course of course their identity as Muslim that's something to be proud of, and a lot of damage. So always make sure to show the, the rights of Allah subhanaw taala to Islam public inshallah who has now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a letter to the people of Oman, in which there was from Hamid, the Prophet, to the people of the man, peace be upon you affirm the shahada, that there is no God but Allah subhanaw taala and I'm
the Messenger of Allah, Pedrosa and walk to the mosque for prayers. For if you do not, I will attack you. Al Bazar, Altia, brawny and others narrated. So there's a mistranslation of the word walk to the mosque that the Arabic text says we're hopeful massager hope to the Messiah means actually build myself that's what it means. Means build masajid like I want to see this massage actually being built in your community not walk into the masjid rather actually to build the massage now.
This now what is coming next right now we're just reading about is the interaction that takes place between our workers so they can Amara in regards to those people who stopped paying his account. You know, when the Prophet SAW said I mean a past. A lot of the people that have been Peninsula they denounced Islam, the opposite. So that was the deal here and the apostasy was different levels. Some people they completely denounced Islam altogether from the beginning to the end, everything. Some they only they only actually renounced the car, they said look, the car was given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and now we don't get to give it to the Prophet so it's a little they thought of it
as being a tax paid to the Prophet savasana and that's Rebecca said the he said that I'm going to fight them. I'm going to fight them all for Amara delta and vada. For him it just like was confusing a little bit like why we will fight these people with this. So say Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah. And they have different categories, obviously. So he was kind of confused about this. So let's see what happened between Rama baccata and our Casa de cada lOn.
Muhammad Rahim Allah. Allah says, this all shows that the state of the people who had entered Islam was considered and if they established the prayer and paid this occur, they were safe, but if not, there was nothing to prevent them from being fought.
It was with respect to this that Abu Bakr and Omar radula Allah and who had an exchange as is recorded in the two so he books from Abu Huraira radula Tala Anhu. That he said when the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam died, and Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah and who became Khalifa after him and those of the Arabs who became dis disbelievers did so. Omar Raju, Allah Tala and who said to Abu Bakr, how can you find people when the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I was ordered to fight people until they said there is no God but Allah subhanho wa Taala then whoever says there is no God but Allah
His life and His world become safe from me except for their view. And his reckoning is up to Allah subhanaw taala Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah, Allah who said, By Allah, I will fight whoever makes a distinction between the prayer and Zakah because it's a god is that which is doing well, by Allah, even if they were to refuse to pay me a hobbling rope, which they used to pay to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, I would find them for refusing it. Omar said, My Allah I saw that Allah had opened the heart of Abu Bakr to the validity of fighting and I knew that it was the truth. So that's not the Statement of Work of America
himself. But he was arguing with our workers today on this matter. Our workers opinion is that a band abandons a car or Salah warrants fighting against these people. Honorable katavi says like look, if they say Shahada it's sufficient to protect them from being fought against Barbarossa said no, until they give this occur. And also you know, of course the do the salah. Now that's in regards to the collective jemar collective Jamar the question right now goes about individuals about individuals what do we do with come to the individuals
let's see in the middle as matter of fact after the QA on page is going to be acted on page 134
is the one for four
now I'm click I'm gonna I'm gonna skip that one and give you over there
okay, so read from his words, read from his words go read
His words, I will fight whoever makes a distinction between the prayer and the zakah because the sky is what is true and wealth shows that whoever abandon the prayer should be fought because it is that which is due from the body. And similarly, whoever abandoned circa which is due on web in this there is an Indic indication that fighting those who give up the prayer is a matter on which there is a consensus, because it was posited here as a principle from which to draw a deduction by analogy. And it is not mentioned in the Hadees by which Andhra, the Allah Tala know and wants this argument, but rather it is derived from his words. So what he's saying is that look over kata was arguing about
the car. So the car was mentioned explicitly in the Hadith that he was arguing with or close the deal in regards to fighting against these people. But so that wasn't mentioned to fight against people when they abandoned salah. He said, But Salah has more right than that does occur itself, because the car is right that you have in the money. And the Salah is right, that you have against people, you know, collectively. So that's what he's saying that let's move to page number 135. What he said he says in the middle, as for killing a single individual, do you see that
now, as for killing a single individual who who refuses any of them, then you most of the people of knowledge believe that someone who refuses to do the French should be killed. And that is the position of Malik, Usha free abou obey, and others. Now there is something called a sitar battle, or a setup as when they when they basically they bring them for example to the to the court and they are in the debate with them. They talk to them, they give them a say hi, they give them some time, until eventually they they hold on to the rules. And they they follow that. Now I know some people might say, Well, wait a minute. I mean, what kind of rule is that? Look, you can't you can't use the
21st century's rules and projected on the time on that time. Those rules were vetted at that time. And still, at some point, when there's a Islamic rule collectively, obviously, that might also be applied again. But in our time, you can't apply this rule anymore. The left Allah subhanaw taala. In addition to that, even though that might be a rule in the state back then, but how many people even the history of the Muslim ummah we know were killed because they were not praying.
There were many people who didn't pray at the time. But how many people really, how much of that rule was applied to the individuals? They didn't apply much of it to be honest with you, but they only applied to the collective to Gemma, which is also the time of the burqa study called the Ultron world. So just want to make sure that we understand this concept of God God read it. What is in the two three books from Abu saris and poetry demonstrates that what I call it a bundle valine sought permission of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to kill a man and he said, No, perhaps he prays harlot said, how many a person who prays says witness tongue, that which is known in his
heart, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I have not been told to scrutinize people's hearts and I do not split open their inner selves. This is one of the most important principles of our DNA Germar we take people at face value, you might say they're lying. They are cheating there. I don't know. And that's why the last time in the Hadith when the Prophet SAW Selim says cloudworx si ma Allah azza wa jal, and their final account would be with whom will Allah subhana wa Tada like Allah subhanaw taala will take care of
So we only take people at face value unless you have an evidence or a proof or some sort of like a delille to suggest otherwise. But overall we take you at face value, we're not going to dig into their hearts because that belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala May Allah protect us from this horrible enemy now before we close inshallah So John, I want to bring right now to the argument is not in the book the argument that today this hadith is being used by Islamophobes and others saying like look Muslims going after you know, people killing them right and left, if they're not Muslim, they're gonna just go after. Now, how can we apply this hadith when the I and the Quran Allah subhana wa
in Surah, Baqarah, Angela Quran craft Dean, there is no compulsion religion, you can't coerce somebody to become Muslim. So how can we reconcile between this hadith that says, I've been ordered to fight against the people until they give the shahada and this or they say that people you can't force people into Islam? How we can reconcile these these two concepts. So here's the thing that we need to understand about the prophets, Allah, Allah Saramonic. Each time has its own context as well too, you have to understand that the context of the Hadith, you know, outside of the modern time of the nation state system, the nation state system as a whole different of course rules and laws. Back
then was the front row as well to the prophets of Allah. Allah was Rahmani who we know that he is the message of Rama and mercy. He was also came with the sword
he is also came with a sword what does that mean balance a balancing between given the message of Rama and mercy and also is he came with also with the punishments or what the lie was that Imani and the story of Abdullah Mohammed I'm gonna answer the Allahu Allah He was asked about how much the prophet has suffered from his people like the maximum what he suffered from his people, because the people of Mecca no matter how much they oppose them, they will still somehow had respect for him. So that allows him so he wanted an example. He goes, there was an example when the Prophet SAW so one day he was making Tawaf around the Kaaba, and the elite of Quraysh was sitting in the hedges, hedges
somewhere near the cover, you know, where the arch that is on the curb over there, so not in that area. So they were sitting there, and as the professor was making thought, he came, he came by the huddle as well. He touched it and he as he, he passed by them, they start insulting him, talking with each other so insulting him, I would love Abdullah and he says, God, I could see it in his face, Salah, Salah does bother them. But he kept walking, and he made another laugh. Then he did the same thing again to him. And I could tell he is getting really agitated. So what Allah ceremony he went again, one more time, the third time when they started speaking again and insulting him. The
Prophet says I'm stubbed his toe off and you came straight to them. And he goes Elia Marcia Koresh. He goes Listen to me people have courage. Mo Allahu La caja to come.
I swear I can I can make blood better where I can finish now.
He said that I'd love nominee he goes for kendama Allah Rocio Mata they all went quiet like they were they were so intimidated because they knew when Muhammad SAW the Colombian speak something he will do it so they all just like you know what? It have Russian Yeah.
Person It's okay. It's okay. Well, I you know what, some foolish people speaking don't just keep going just keep going. So from this dilemma, they say look, even the Prophet saw some who came with a message of Rama he also was able to fight them. So he fights when the need for fight happens and is there and he spreads his hand for peace Allah Tala ceremony when this is needed. So this hadith was needed when there was a need for him to fight to fight those who actually were against him, or the the time to fight himself or to lower ceremony and when the Prophet SAW Selim passed, he was already as the Islamic State was already as actively as at war with the Persians and the Romans. The
Romans were already recruiting their their allies to fight the Prophet sallallahu Sallam since the prophet sent his message to them. And the Persians obviously they taught his letter SallAllahu Sallam and killed his envoy, which is considered an act of war in all in all it history of mankind. So he was already at war with them Salawat Allah wa salam RA and that's when the Prophet says, You know what, I'm going to fight these people will find them under this Allah Allah, Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, you they pray, and they give them
now, what if they give them what if they give their shahada but they don't pray, don't pray, they don't pay to come? Are we going to kill these people? The answer is no. Now it's a matter of advising them and teach them and take care of them and so on. Because when the Prophet said Muhammad Allah Antonia man he says,
go to them and invite them to say Allah Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah final thought, okay, that if they accept that from you then teach them about salah. Obviously when they said, Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah first did not know how to pray, so it wasn't yet mandatory for them until later on that they start learning Salah and do that salah. The second thing we know about this hadith over here is when the prophesy Assam says called Omer to an O cartilaginous I was ordered to fight against the people. Some of them had to say that people over here is exclusive for the Arab because the Arab as a sort of the tuber the jizya was not accepted from them, paying
attacks to to ensure their protection without having to need to fight there was not accepted from them from the Arab only two things Islam or leave the leader of opponents in other words, we're gonna fight you. So when the Prophet saw something occurred to Amata Nakata and as he said that I've been ordered to fight the Arabs, you must say why the Arabs you know, it's a sentimental thing really, no matter how much we try even until this day, even until this day, the sin that is committed by someone who is Arab, is highlighted more than someone who's an Arab.
And the sin that is committed by an Arab who lives in Mecca and Medina is different than someone who doesn't live there. Sentiment sentiments feelings, we have that same sense of feeling as Muslims because they come on you live in Mecca, Medina, right. Similarly, the Prophet says, I may want to comment that this whole suspicion from the very beginning because look, the Arabs, one of the things you become Muslim without even Peninsula I was, otherwise we're going to fight you.
As for the other nations, you have the three options. We're going to fight
you're going to become Muslim, I will protect you otherwise pages Yeah, we move on. We live with them. You live at your religion, protect your your churches take care of you, we just move on. The whole idea is just to spread the dial of the of Allah subhanho wa taala.
There's another meaning or interpretation of the Hadith in which the prophets Allah wa sallahu wa salam O Allah, when he says called Omer to an OHA Tyrannus. He said, I was ordered to fight against the people, it wasn't the modern accurateness. So it's not about killing the people. It's about fighting against them. So the killing is not purposely done there. It's actually fighting to establish the rule. And if that rule can be established without fighting, which was peace treaty, we'll take it and you know how to simplify that law. So killing or cow fighting is not killing is not in itself is a purpose that was mentioned in this Hadith from Allah Islam, Allah Santa. Some
this is actually this hadith was monsoon which was abrogated abrogated by the IRA.
By the eye of the Prophet of Kerala Tabata, Kota Allah carta then like you know, the law he will I believe will actually had him on on Muharram Allahu wa rasuluh. Well, as you know, they will have the neural available to get up to two digit anyone's own sovereign, the AI so the Toba number 29, which Allah subhanaw taala sent to the Prophet Salah Salem and the believers fight those were beyond you beyond your areas, from those who don't believe in Allah don't believe in the day of judgment and don't make the Haram haram and don't obey the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and says find them until they accept that message. Or they give the jizya which give them the tax that they paid
for protection obviously so they say this is obligated actually everything call us you're gonna have to fight against them still are louder and like in the context that we explained earlier this hadith is still is applied to certain circumstances, just like the idea like Rafa Deen, like you fight until you establish the rule, but you don't impose faith or Islam against any people and nation. Historically speaking, if you look at the history, history of the Muslim conquest, that was proven to be true, for a very, very, very long time, Muslims ruled over a huge, actually graphical stretch of the land. But most of the population remained Christian for a very, very long time before they
slowly and gradually started getting integrated and becoming Muslims. So that's highlight number eight in the book of Imam Abraj Rahmatullah taralli. Again, it talks about what does it mean to someone being protected when someone becomes Muslim? How do we identify with them as Muslims once the salah illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah, that's the bare minimum. And then obviously, we go into the Salah, and the zurka May Allah subhana wa Taala make us a model to LISTEN to the Spirit and follow the rest of the job anatomy and inshallah we're going to continue our q&a session after salata, Lucia will see the QR code coming up soon inshallah so then write your questions and we will ask
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