Lives of Sahaba 71 – Jubayr and Mut’im Ibn ‘Adi
Channel: Yasir Qadhi
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In this video by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi, we are acquainted with two more Sahaba – Jubayr and Mut’im Ibn ‘Adi – their life and times.
Mut`im ibn `Adi was the chieftain of the banu Naufal tribe and was not a Muslim but he possessed worldly traits that can be described as good virtues. He was in fact even talked about with praise by the Prophet ﷺ. There are many reasons for this. Firstly, he supported Islam and ensured that he did not prove to be a hindrance in its progression. Secondly, he proved essential to avert or put an end to the Makkan boycott of the Hashemites. Thirdly, he was a staunch supporter of the Prophet ﷺ and ensured his return to Taif even though the Prophet ﷺ had been banished by Abu Lahab from coming back. He died before the Battle of Badr past the age of 90.
The son of Mut’im Ibn ‘Adi was Jubayr Ibn Mut’im RA and was renowned for his knowledge of genealogy after Abu Bakr RA. he was also the owner of Wahshi ibn Harb who was the slave who killed Hamza ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib RA. Jubayr RA adopted Islam somewhere between the Second Treaty of Hudaibiyah and the conquest of Makkah. He had two sons-Nafi’ ibn Jubayr and Muhammad ibn Jubayr .
There are a few Hadith that have been narrated by Jubayr RA and some are listed as below:
- Narrated Jubayr ibn Mut’im, “I heard the Prophet ﷺ reciting Surah-at-Tur in Maghrib prayer, and that was at a time when belief was first planted in my heart.”
- Another narration by Jubayr RA, “The Prophet ﷺ while speaking about the war prisoners of Badr, said, “Were Al-Mut’im bin Adi alive and interceded with me for these filthy people, I would certainly forgive them for his sake.”
- Narrated by Jubayr RA, “The Prophet ﷺ said: “The one who severs the ties with the relatives will not be among the first to enter Paradise. Rather, this person will enter it after being tortured in Hellfire.”
- Narrated by Jubayr RA, “The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: May Allah brighten a man who hears a tradition from us, gets it by heart and passes it on to others. Many a bearer of knowledge conveys it to one who is more versed than he is; and many a bearer of knowledge is not versed in it.
- Narrated Muhammad bin Jubair bin Mut’im from his father (Jubayr RA)who said, “The moon was split during the time of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ until it became as two sections, one above this mountain and one above that mountain. ‘ Some of them said: ‘If he could cast a spell upon us, he can not cast a spell upon all of the people.’
Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah He was so happy when Allah but today we're going to do the stories of Jabez have been multimillion ID and his father, multiple urban ID and the story of debate and the story of his father multichem is actually very relevant to us here in America, and especially because of who Muslim is. Muslim is one of the nobleman of the product of the origin. Therefore, his son jailbait is also one of the nobleman of the Quran. So he is the leader. He is the son of one of the leaders of the Quran. And the reason why history is so important is because motor m Eben ID his father was the greatest supporter of Islam after Abu Talib,
yet did not embrace Islam. Let me repeat that the Irish were not one category. And most of them were open enemies hostile enemies, Abuja Hello, Abu lahab, the Rockabye
Rockabye Baby shaybah and also be more eight excuse me, Toma, Yemen, hello, these people their animosity was open. There was another group of people who were I would call them dignified opponents, they died they embraced Islam nor nor did they become very crude, and amongst them was so hated in Abu sufian. And then there was a small category, very few who actually supported Islam, even though they did not embrace it. And they supported. I shouldn't say Islam, I should say that they supported the cause of the Muslims, even though they did not embrace it. They supported the fact that Muslims should be allowed to pray and practice freely without being persecuted. And most
prominent amongst them is, of course, I will call him number one on this list. I will thought it is the greatest defender of Islam who did not embrace Islam. And then number two is the person we're gonna talk about today. And that is multichem. And then his son who embraced Islam debate, and the brutal fact of the matter is had it not been for Muslim debate and his life is not something that will be worthy for us to talk an entire lecture about, he didn't do that much, you were just one of those. He's one of the miners. So habituated and multiroom is not one of the major movers and shakers. But it is because of multichem and the relevance of multicam in our lives here in America,
that we can see that not all those who are cafard are the same ladies who so Allah says in the Quran, this was going on ladies too. So uh, they're not all the same. And this is something that unfortunately, some Muslims, they believe that all kofod are the same. We agree that anybody who rejects Islam, that his salvation agenda is harmless, it's not allowed, that we normally should be left hybridoma lawani hujan. Whoever commits shooting with a law, his agenda is become hold on for him. No one should have any doubt about this, I want to say unequivocally as explicitly as possible. Anybody who hears of Islam, understands it, and then rejects it, and dies in that rejection, this
person has no hope of salvation, there is no difference of opinion amongst all of the scholars, the only afterlife comes if he hasn't heard of Islam, that's a separate issue. We cannot say multicam did not hear of Islam, because Muslim has interacted with the Prophet system. Right? The people in Quraysh. in Makkah, they're interacting with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So their fate in the arcade is clear. And I'm not even discussing that and denying it is understood. What we are discussing in this world, the kuffaar are not all the same. And there are those amongst them who have virtuous characteristics, even if they don't believe in Allah. They have good manners, honesty,
standing for truth, for justice, for freedom, even if theologically they are misguided, and they're going to jahannam we have to be very clear here. Just because they have good in this world does not mean they're going to go to Jenna, that's very clear. Because to go to gender, you have to have two conditions in the lead in an arm and a warm Rosada hat, you have to have a man. And if you don't, then there's no gender. But just because you don't have a man, doesn't mean you don't have any dounia We're good, any worldly good, you can have characteristics that are praiseworthy, and because of which you deserve respect and honor in this world, and multiroom even ID was given honor by the
souls of Allahu Allahu wa sallam, even after his death, which means even while he's burning in jahannam, he was praised in this world. Think about that, even while the punishment is going on in the cupboard, because more time is not going to Agenda it's understood he died in which they can he did not embrace Islam, even while he's being punished. The Prophet says and praised him as we shall see and praise
them so highly. I don't know of any other cafard who is praised more higher than multimillion ID. And that's why his story is so interesting, even though he died a non Muslim, but his son embraced Islam, so we'll use the excuse of his son to discuss his son and also the Father. Oh, and when Walter m died, as we're going to discuss multicam died before the Battle of whether by a few months, so after the hedgerow and before the Battle of butter, in this interim, he passed away. His son Eben Sabbath, the poet of Medina, he versified poetry, his son is a brand new Muslim, and the death of Muslim shook his son in Medina Think about that. He was so beloved to the Muslims, despite the fact
that he's the leader of the Kurdish. He was so beloved to the Muslims that has sent an unsavoury a Madani is writing a poem praising multifilament id at the death of modern think about that, and he's a brand new Muslim at the time and of what he writes this for this portrait is preserved in him and his Sham photo can emerge, don't you? Hello, dude. Yo, Mama wha hidden minasi under much do Julio ma multiman if glory were allowed any person to live forever, then surely today, motoring would be saved Jota rasulillah he min Houma for us for us Baku, rd Duca, mala, mala bin, Rama, you owe him gave protection to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam out of all of the kurush and so all of us
have become your servants for as long as people mala B is giving tell BIA for as long as people are giving tell BIA, we are servants to you means we're going to help you we're going to do now think about this has sand is saying until yom Okayama. We owe gratitude to you Oh, more time you understand this line of poetry as long as people are wearing her arm. And as long as people are saying like Baker lahoma bake all of us we owe you a debt of gratitude or maternal energy. This is his son in Sabbath writing this poetry in Medina. So who is Muslim? And what did he do? Muslim was the chieftain of the tribe of Banu nofal, the new NOFA urban abdomen clan. And because I know that
Mashallah all of you have memorized all the clans inside out, and that if I were to quiz you, then you would know them all. So just as a refresher, I shall remind you without even asking you, the tribes of the collection, many we're not going to go over them. But what you should know is that the bundle abdomen AF were for big clans, the bundle abdomen F, that's the great great, great grandfather the process of them, which is the elite tribe. So the bundle abdominals are for that are the elite of the elite. Okay. And these four they had rivalries and jelenia. Then in post Islam, obviously different things happen. I've done and I've had four sons, each one of them is the founder
of their tribes, Hashem, you have the new Hashem. And of course, Bono. Hashem is the best of the best, because in it is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Hashem is the great grandfather of the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them up the chumps the great great grandfather excuse me, of the chumps the brother of Hashem and of the shrimps is the father of omiya. And so you get the bundle omiya from the shops and the Romanians had who who was the famous Sahaba from the oma yet clan Who can tell me
earthman number one is Earth man. Number one is Earth man. Then we have Abu sufian and his son Where are we? And the entire omega dynasty comes from up the chumps he is omega, chumps. Okay, so the app the chumps blew up the chumps. In fact, he really only had over a year that is famous. So you can say both omega and Beto opposition's are the same. So the bundle Hashem the bundle omega number three there is a tribe this bundle. Talib muttalib is the brother we talked about him few weeks ago, he rescued his nephew, shea butter unhemmed, who was then called Abdulmutallab the grandfather of the processor, right? That's my buddy. This is the metallic clan. So there's a bundle muttalib clan.
There are some Sahaba that are not that famous that we know but they are in the Sierra the bedroom apart from the metallic tribe as well, by the way is the famous scholar Imam Shafi mama Shafi is a hora she from the mobile mortality branch is not from the Boo Hashem branch, and then the fourth and the final brother is no fun. And here we get the bundle no fun. And this is the tribe of Jabez have been multimillion ID and the chieftain was motoring abinadi so these are the four tribes brainwash him by the shrimps, banana milk, butter, and blue nofal. These are the four that are all a part of the abdomen f clan, and the abdomen f clan is the clan that is in charge of the feeding of the
pilgrims and the water and all of this. This is the elite tribe of the Irish and one fourth of them is the bundle nofal and motorhome is there for the chieftain so he is the same level as a bulldog.
It is the same level as obatala, except he's from the bundle NOFA multichem, when the process and began preaching, Motown is already an old man, he's he's past the age of 70. At this stage, so both him has already established his credentials. His family is well known, in fact, his family. His great grandfather was one of those who would own a well in makaha. His grandfather, during the time of Abdulmutallab before the discovery of Zamzam, the nofal, clan, owned one of the sources of water, when there was no water is the no Foot Clan that owned it. So this added to their prestige as well. And because multicam is already you know, 70 plus years old, so he's already well respected,
beloved, and appreciated by his tribe and by all of the khoresh. This, of course, is necessary because you cannot get that respect when you're 20 years old. You cannot get that, that that all that the people have for you at a young age, in contrast to what our high school students think, and our college kids think respect requires sacrifices requires lifetime of dedication and service. And you really will never become a leader in your community until you pass the age of 40 rare is it even in our society, you know, Senators, congressmen, whatever president you're not going to become one at the age of 20 doesn't happen. You have to have a track record, you have to do things. So here we
have multimillion ID one of the senior elders at the age of 71 the process and begins preaching, what did multichem do that made him so beloved to the Muslims? Well mentioned four things, four things that are mentioned in the books of Sierra. And in reality, there are invariably more than these four because we know that much of the Sierra has not been preserved. But what we know are four things number one
more time is one of the five people who engineered the plan to allow the boycott, he engineered the plan to allow the boycott he was not the mastermind of the plan. The mastermind was another of the chorus by the name of a sham they've been a distant relative of the Ubuntu Hashem he Shama bin Ahmad was the main mastermind behind the announcement of the boycott. He Shama bin Ahmad was the one who decided to enact a trick to another boycott, you guys remember the boycott, right? The one the flourish, when the bundle Hashim were boycotted by the rest of the chorus. And the chorus, were told, you're not allowed to sell food, you're not allowed to give them water, you're not allowed to
marry any of your daughters into the tribe, you will socially boycott them, until they hand over the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and in protest, the Ubuntu Hashem therefore had withdrawn from the city of Mecca. And they were then living in a valley that is now called the sharp of abou thought of shared laboratory, which is basically a place that he owned is a valley outside of Mecca, which is now walking distance from the home, you can actually see it now. Because of the construction, they're destroying that area, but the shop is well known. So they went into this boycott for Allah knows how long was it one year or two years or three years and in this, you know,
we talked about the various opinions, Allah knows best, it was probably less than a year, because life would have been very, very difficult during that point in time, nonetheless, so he had been a motor was the one who said enough is enough. How can I eat and drink when my relatives were are suffering in this manner? So he went to a number of people. And he wants to say, Hey, liben amor, sorry, not sorry, they've been hammered, sorry, Zuma, even relic, and he went to a job, a multimillion job a multivitamin ad. And he went to Abu battery. And he went to a few more of the people. And he said, Let us now think of how we can I know the boycott. And they all agreed to a
plan. What was the plan? The plan was that at peak time in the corporation, when they're doing tawaf, when everybody's there, that they're gonna cause a ruckus, they're gonna cause a mini Riot by publicly one after the other criticizing the treaty. So that the perception is given that there's critical mass people don't want the treaty. They engineered a public protest one after the other. That seems spontaneous. So outwardly, it looks spontaneous, but they engineered what we would call the mob, a protest. And once when so when all those correlations were gathered.
One of them stood up, and he said, Oh, Quraysh Do you feel no shame in eating and drinking? When our brethren have the bundle Hashim are suffering in the shop in the in the valley. I never agree to this boycott. I say we should get rid of it. A Buddha has stood up and said You are lying. We all agreed
No one is going to break the boycott. Then the second one stood up and said, No, he's speaking the truth I didn't agree. You are the one who said this not us. Then motorhome stood up the third. And motorhome said, Yes, the both of them are speaking the truth. And I turn to Allah for help against you and this evil treaty. So multichem now is taking a stand, that this is a evil treaty, you engineered it, and Allah will help me against you. And then the fourth stood up and then the fifth stood up. And this is what a Buddha has said. This is clearly a plot you guys planned behind my back. I wish I had understood this was a ruse, a guy's. And
Talia was sitting there as well very happy seeing all this going on. And this was when when it was pretty clear that the critical mass has been reached, and nobody else is supporting Abuja Hall. So this means that public opinion has swayed had shifted. And this is a very important point. So Pamela, it is true that Abuja engineered the boycott, but the fact of the matter is, he had support at that time, he had support. Now, when people are hearing of the stories of the origin of the brainwashing, they know what's going on. Even those amongst them who agreed, they're not that supportive anymore. All that was needed was a little bit of push, and multiframe was a part of those
who push back. And this shows us that Subhanallah sometimes, harshness against Islam results in sympathy for Islam. And we see this with the Trump band. We see this across the eastern European world and whatnot. Whenever a hate crime happens against an innocent Muslim, our heart goes out and whatnot, but there's always a backlash of positive as well. And there are people who understand how evil it is to cause this public discord, you're going to hurt people innocence will die. This is what we see over here. And multichem is one of those. And that's why again, I'm gonna say this over and over again, more time is one of those people who does not want this civil strife. He doesn't
want persecution. He is a firm believer in idolatry. He didn't believe Islam till he died. But he didn't see the need to persecute Muslims. He wanted to live and let live. And he felt that the Orisha acting very unfairly. So he stood up from the beginning to help the equal treatment of Muslims. He's not doing it because he's a lover of Islam. He's doing it because he is a person who is simply a human being a good human being, who in his own way, wants to stand up to his own ideals, and his own ideals were these are our brethren. These are our blood relatives, if they worship in their manner, so what so he's not doing it out of love of Islam. He's doing it out of basically
principle of whole of blood relations. And when the critical mass had been reached, mocked him then stood up and rushed to the Kaaba, where they had hung a Buddha had had hung the treaty from the doors of the Kaaba, if you remember, the treaty had been put in a parchment, and they had covered it up and they wanted to put it there. Why did they want to put it in public so that everybody remembers, you're not allowed to sell anything to the Buddha but Ohashi there was a public place where they hide the tongue the treaty multiframe rushed up in public, and he opened up the package, he opened up the parchment. And as you all know, when he opened it up, it was wrapped up in a type
of leather, when he took it out of the leather and it was around parchment, he took it out, lo and behold, the whole treaty had crumbled anyway, except for the phrase this Mikela home. So this is him who rushes to destroy the physical treaty. And it is discovered that in fact, Allah has already taken care of it and the treaty has already been destroyed. This is
one of the things that multiroom had done so by the way, if for your information, just FYI, one of the people as well in this in these five is Abu Bakar it he's the second one who stood up one time as a third Auerbach that is the second one in the Battle of budget, the profits of the law, he was seldom mentioned specific people by name and he said none of you is allowed to harm them. And he mentioned 123 he mentioned our body so nobody should harm a body so panela like the process of them is basically taking into account look these people have done some good for me I will study eventually was killed. That is because when the Muslims surrounded him he was with his friend and
they said I will study we cannot hurt you hand us your weapon. You're a prisoner. It goes Why Why me? They said the process and forbade us from killing you. You have protection. So he said how about my companion who's with me said no, we're gonna fight him one on one we're gonna fight him. So I will basically said in that case, you're going to have to attack me to let not the women say that I gave myself to safety and I allowed my friend to die is just typical Jani you know, it's his vision of bravery and whatnot and he lost his bravery. He could have been saved and perhaps embrace Islam, but he did not want
died that death that. So he did not want to live that life that in the Jay Haley way he would have been considered a coward. And so he attacked the Muslims. The Muslims had no choice but to defend and then they eventually ended up killing him and they excused their action from the process that he attacked us and he was gonna kill us. So the point is, what is the point I want to stress the Prophet sallallahu Sallam took into account, I will say that his bravery as well in the early Islam, and he gave him that honor that don't attack him. And this is taking into account not all the kofod are the same, even if he's with the Battle of Buddha right now. We owe him something from what he
has done. And he's one of the people on that list that he should not have been touched and harmed. Now this is one of the things that that multivitamin Jubail did the second matter that multicam did, multivitamin it to Beethoven, Mozart multimorbidity. The second matter that multicam is known for is that Moto M is one of the people, in fact, probably one of the only two people that I've discovered who helped the Muslims while they were in the valley by secretly providing them with food and water. So most of them would go in the middle of the night and take a camel, and loaded up with whatever supplies he had. When nobody was looking, he would go and he would go to the head of the valley of
the beginning of the valley and just hit the camel so that the camel fled inside. And the Muslims would find the camel and then eat of the food and slaughter the camel. And of course a camel and all of his food will last weeks on end. Now think about how much it will cost. Think about he would have to wake up at night as a 17 year old man and walk outside of the city an hour to get that think about what he's doing. Think about that. And he really a man who is going out of his way to help his kith and kin just because their family. He doesn't expect there they did not believe in an Acura. Remember the orange did not believe in an aka Mercado and he had to know dunya and mutanda What am I
gonna adopt? It's one life we live we die. And that's it. But there are people and it is shocking to Muslims because we've grown up like this. There are people who do good for the sake of good. They do good because it's just good. And they feel good doing it. And they don't have any expectation of an Acura. So these this person, multimillion rd he simply donated, what would be the equivalent of I mean, I don't know I'm giving a good ballpark figure. It's something like $15,000 like it's a good amount of money. a camel full with with with the goods is not cheap. This is like a car. A car literally a cat was like a car laden with goods and he's not expecting any money in return. How can
you not appreciate what this man has done? Think about that. And we don't know how many times he did it. It just says what kinda and he would so more than one time in all likelihood he's doing this job for the Muslims. Number three and this is the biggest of all of his good deeds. This one is why he is considered to be and this is why Hassan gave the point what he did number three, and this is the most significant what is number three? Number three is when the Prophet sallallahu I said in return from law if and he was with Zaid, his adopted son remembers he had been Mohammed's even how he was woodsy then I'm not going to go into the story of life you all remember everybody knows the story of
thought if the torture the persecution running back, the grapes I does all of this has been mentioned and you know, and now he is outside the city of Mecca. And Zayn is of course a they've been had it at the time. He thinks he's his son and whatnot as you know, they it says that Yasuda la How shall we enter mcca when they have expelled you? Now, a lot of us don't quite understand why he went to live. He want to talk if because remember when Abu Talib died, and nobody had been protecting, protecting, protecting, protecting. When Abu Talib died, Abu lahab became the chieftain of the new Hashem. And for a short period of time, Abu lahab softened up
he understood this as a responsibility now and to honor his brother not that he loved the process and to honor his brother are both on him. He continued protection for a period of time. So he changed his stance just a bit. Not that he became soft towards Islam, but he simply continued the protection of body. Then one incident happened and he got irritated and angry. And He then said canceled, you have to leave. You are no longer under my protection. Now, this is essentially canceling your passport. Okay? You have now because the process of is a part of the bundle Hashem
The bed washrooms chieftain is in charge basically. And it is very, very rare for it's a possible this happens, it will usually happen when one of the tribes men has done an act of treachery, that the whole tribe is going to be like, suppose he murdered somebody in cold blood, without any reason without any propagation, and the whole tribe is going to suffer. So then the chieftain will announce, you know what, this guy's a criminal and we have to wash your hands of him and he's free, go flee wherever you want to, in which case the tribe is then exempt, like, okay, you did your job, you see. So it is possible in Jamelia, they had laws they had understanding that very rarely, the
chieftain can tell somebody that you're no longer your persona non grata as we would say, No, you're no longer welcome in your own tribe. Now, this would never happen for a personal grudge. That's why a Buddha had when he became chieftain, he had to swallow that because it would never happen for a Purdue don't do that. The chieftain never for personal grudge will expel somebody that's against their protocol. But this wasn't the first time they broke protocol. And so Abu lahab said to the profitsystem you are no longer welcome. You have to leave monka you're withdrawn. That is why he went to life because he had nowhere to go then and life is the closest city and so he said my people
have expelled me. Can any of you offer me your a job and that's like, the the the protection that is given? That's the amount that's given. And you know what happened there? Then he came back then Zaid said Yasuda law How will we enter now? We don't have a man we don't have somebody who has given us a job. Nobody has given us the the visa. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Yeah, Zaid Jose, Allah subhana wa Taala will make a way out for us and help us from places you do not see. Allah will take care of us, don't worry, go to Allah signatura and ask him if he can give us protection if he can give us a job.
And they were at this point in time Anahata Hara, and it's interesting because this is probably the only time we hear that he's in Hara after eight o'clock. So his lovely hair off. So Zaid goes to an assembler sheriff. And an alumnus says that I myself am not a quarter sheet. I'm a leaf, I myself have been given protection. And because of this, I don't want to give protection to somebody else. So he gave an excuse, okay, technicality he could have but he gave an excuse. He basically said
he was correct in this point that he is not bloody blood oroshi. And darkness. By the way, he was very kind to the Prophet system outwardly. But it seems that inwardly he never really liked Islam, like he was one of those is a politician type. Okay, he's a smooth talker. That's what the books of Sierra seem to suggest. And so when the process of actually wanted help from him, he basically turned around and said, I'm sorry, I can't do anything. So he said, I am myself a high leaf. And a leaf is basically somebody who's been given protection. I'm not a flashy, so I don't want to give anybody else I don't feel I have the right to give it now he could have but he didn't. Theoretically
he could have but he didn't. So then he's a processor I'm set to Zaid. Okay, then go to sue haven armor so he'll have a number does anybody remember so hey, they've been ama who does who is to hail
So hey, let's pray via so it is Friday via and his son as well was being tortured. This is wait a bit hammer. Okay. So hey, they've been hammered was one of those eventually embraces Islam at the conquest of Makkah, and he's one of those who, along with Abu sufian, as we said, he wasn't a vulgar enemy. And he wasn't a sympathizer. He was a dignified opponent. So he had been humble. So the process of sensei to sow hate and armor, and Suhail says that
I am a bundle of armor, and barrel armor cannot give protection to blue cab. I had to look this up myself. This was one of those advanced things. So I don't expect anybody else to know this. But no armor and blue cab, they go back to America blue, hey, they go back like 10 generations, like literally 10 generations back. He's going and he goes, look, you know, I'm from this brother from the aurash, like 10 generations back, and you guys are from that brother. And so I don't want to give protection because the bundle ama doesn't want to get protection, but all right. So again, a very flimsy excuse very flimsy. Like he goes back 10 generations. And he goes like, for whatever
reason he says the Bahamas do not give protection to the bundle. Right? So basically, you're on your own. So then they it comes back to how to head off. Then the process says go to multimorbid Id go to multimorbid ID to have said no. Now let's go to multi event ID. And zayde goes in the middle of the night. And he knocks on multi ribbon IDs door and motor m says yes, I shall give him a job. I shall do it.
He told his sons to go outside to head off and bring the prophecies and and back, they came back to his house. He does not even have a house to stand at this point because he has no protection. And they stayed in his house. The next morning.
multichem says to his sons were your armor, take your swords, get your weapons, and he put his own armor on. And he then marched himself with his sons surrounding the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And in the peak time when the ratio basically around the caliber, and the way that the court will do everything in anything, is that when they wanted to make an announcement, they wanted to do something, they would go to the cabinet and do tawaf. So everybody, then it knows something's going to happen, because the court or she is not doing tawaf unless there's something going on because he's living in Makkah. Okay. And now, this is the profitsystem, who's been expelled, and
he's surrounded by people and armed guards. Obviously, it's a scene, everybody now comes, what's going on? What's going on? How is this man back? Why is motoring in his protection and whatnot. So they wait until they do throw off the process and prays to God? And then multichem stands up and speaks to the people. And he says, Yeah, a hammock, or people of Mecca, called a journal to Mohammed and I have given my protection to Mohammed, so I sell them so that no one harm him.
The people are in utter shock, because a Buddha has expelled him. And now the blue nofal have taken him on. Right? This is really bizarre, like literally the rival clan, they would be happy that one less person, the rival clan has taken on somebody whom the blue Hashim have expelled, but at the same time as multibeam, what are you going to do? So there's dead silence? What are you going to do now? And the fact that his sons are armed means he's going to fight them think about that. Think about how much time did he is willing to fight, to draw blood to be killed to defend what he's about to do? him and his sons, the bundle? No fun. And there's dead silence. Then.
Abu Jamal says,
Are you giving him your amount? Or have you converted to the faith?
I want to know this.
Are you just giving him your political protection? Or have you converted?
So he said, No, I'm not a convert. I'm not. I'm not whatever i'm just giving him. Then Abuja has says In that case, we have to honor whom you give protection to it's your it's your right, it's your legal right, as the chieftain, it's your legal right to choose anybody in your protection. We have to obey the laws, but see if he had converted,
would you have would have said, we don't want we don't care anymore. You've lost your credibility, and SubhanAllah. This shows us some of the wisdoms why people like Abu Talib and multicam did not convert. Now, one can say why didn't he convert after this and the other is there. But at this point in time, we need more time to be a pagan.
Same with a Buddha. We need him to be a pagan throughout his life, to be honest, to protect the vases until the very end. So motoring says no, I'm not a follower. I'm just giving him my protection. And a Buddha has says In that case, we have to honor your promise. These are the laws of our land, whatever. And so, because of this, the Profit System was allowed to remain in muck until they think about this. How can you not honor somebody who is willing to sacrifice his own sons to protect the Profit System? And that's why again, we're gonna see how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam honored him. So I said, we're gonna mention four things. The fourth is very small,
relatively speaking. And this occurred with one of the Sahaba, not with the Prophet system, and that is, after the Treaty of Aqaba, the Treaty of Aqaba took place and remember, the unsought secretly gave the buyer in the second treaty of Aqaba, over 70 of the unsold and then rumors began to spread in the kurush that the people of the village have attempted to kidnap our person and take him away. We're not going to let them do that. And so they demanded from Abdullah innovativeness Hello, have you given an oath to take our man away and Abdullah nobody said, well, law he my tribe can never do anything without my permission. I guarantee they haven't done anything. He didn't know himself,
because they did it behind his back, and others also swore by Allah. But eventually they find out that that had happened. So the orange sent an expedition to go capture any of the hazards whom they find found, and the only one they ended up capturing I'd mentioned this way when we did the Sierra is sad, even robota sized but rather the famous one who was in the south leaf of aneesa. Either the Society of Europa, the one who they thought they might be the hollyford unsalted said he might be the hollyford instead of obaku. This is
the one of the first converts you know, gave his story I gave his story a few weeks ago, said the capture side had been obata and they tied him up
And they started beating him dragging him through the streets of muck up until finally somebody said to him Don't you know anybody that can give you if I offer you one of his people that sympathize and it goes, yes, jailbait have been multiple times I've been Id go to multiman his son Juba, they know me, and I've been good to them business partner to them. They know me from yesterday. So, Jubail and his father motor and both of them they went and they physically fried side they've been robotic, and they let him go on his way. They gave him protection as well. So there's another thing that they have done. The both father and son they have done this and even Jubail, we know from various
reports, Jubail said that he did even later on, he said, that he did not like the persecution that the Muslims have to suffer. He was not a fan of that persecution, even though at the time he was not a Muslim, but he didn't like the persecution. So these are four of the things that Muslim did. The biggest one is number three, and that is to physically take a stand a courageous stand, and to protect the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and give him that a man. More time, as we said, passed away shortly after the hedgerow before the Battle of budder passed the age of 90, and his son Jabez, Eben multiroom, participated in bandit along with those who participated. And along with his
son multichem, his brother, Dr. Eben, Id also participated. So multiroom his brother and his son, they both participated, and the both of them were treated very differently. Why? Because suppiler even though there were two brothers, multicam and two ima, but they were night and day. Whereas multichem wanted to at least avoid hurting the Muslims to ima his brother would go out of his way to mock the process and to persecute the Muslims. And he has a long list of things he has done, and of the worst things that he has done. This is the brother of multicam. And this shows you two brothers can be so different. The brother to ima was one of those who was in the secret meeting on the night
of the Hydra plotting how to assassinate and he's the one who comes forth with the plan. Take one from each of the tribes and then attack so so Pamela the one brother is protecting and the other brother wants to backstab. You see, this is how it is sometimes you have this type of stuff that is the Imam, his brother, and the son is debate. So the both of them become prisoners of war time and Jubail and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commands that out of all of the 70 plus prisoners, only three people shall not be forgiven. Three people shall be executed as a penalty of them is off by a bit to be more if he's the one who threw the the, the animal out of them is another
Revenant had it and of them is time and ID and as I have said many, many times, we should always remember the rule of Islam is mercy, but mercy has to be tempered with justice, there is no justice without mercy, there is no mercy without justice, there has to be a also a scare as well in the people that you know what you cannot just get away with doing this. And so these three people were not spared and to iema the uncle of Jubail the brother of multichem was then brought forth and he comes out of the law one executed him
Okay. Now this is going to this is going to be very very relevant because in the next battle
Jabez even Muslim said to his servant, wife, she
my uncle was killed. I want you to kill his uncle. This is Jabez even multi sees all linking together now. Okay. hen didn't kill him who killed
law debate is the nephew the owner of washi and he is the nephew of Lima. Okay, so debate is the one who says my uncle for his uncle and especially because it was Hamza who also killed executed. So it's a double win win for him. Like you do that for that and then you shall be free in any case. So let's get back to the story of whether we're jumping to in better
to ima is executed and Jubail urban multi mistaken a prisoner of war and he is brought to the masjid because all of the prisoners were housed in the masjid. He is brought to the masjid and his hands were tied up they would tie the hands around the neck. That's how they do that they would tie their hands around the neck. And this is where the most famous narration of debate occurs. It's inside body this narration and many books almost every book of Hadith drobeta says that. The first time Islam entered my heart
was when I was tied up as a prisoner after the Battle of butter. Think about the psychology right. He's lost his uncle. His father has died and now
Death. He's lost his uncle. Now he's a prisoner of war. He doesn't know what's going to happen to him. He's with 70 other prisoners right? The first time Islam entered my heart. Now pause here think about that. This means throughout all of Makkah, he never thought of converting to Islam.
Throughout all and the irony, debate is one of those who surrounding the Profit System in Mecca when he's doing throw off Jabez one of them right, he's doing it out of loyalty to his father's principles, not out of love of Islam. Look at the look almost closer look at how different hearts are. So now he is saying the first time Islam entered my heart was one after the Battle of budget, I was tied up as a prisoner and the Prophet system came out to lead the Muslims in salata, malherbe
and he recited Seurat out to Baku, rockethub in Moscow.
God called me on your teeth, said My heart was about to explode and fly away. My heart was just about to explode and fly away is the first time Islam entered my heart. You know, I always say when we listen to the good Hurrah for study man, shall we Abdul Basit, whoever you guys like him? For me? It is the king of Aurora. Or anybody I fancy whoever you guys like and are our Eman soars. Just imagine if we could hear the tilava of the prophet SAW Selim, how how much we would feel. Just imagine from him directly. Here we have Jubail even more to him after all that he's seen in mcca.
When he hears the Quran by the prophet system, because my heart is about to explode. That's the first time Islam entered my heart and I thought of converting after all of that so Pinilla, yet he did not convert. At that point. He did not convert, the ransom is given. He goes back to Makkah. And now he tells his servant, his slave washy, if you kill Hamza to avenge my uncle to ima, then you shall be free. And the story of why she is well known. I'm not going to go over all of that that very briefly. I'm not going to go over it. I'll go over it very briefly. But you all know why she was a person who was excellent in Javelin even his Sham says, rarely would his throw Miss He was now
an expert in Javelin rarely would his throw missing a spear, he would throw it, and it would go and hit the target. Very good in that. And so what she said, I had no desire to participate other than my freedom. I don't care about anything like this. And so I came only with the intention of killing
the uncle of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam Hamza, and I saw him walking around like a red camel means strong, powerful, pouncing everywhere. And I hid behind the bush biding my time, when would be the time to do that. And at a particular point, it goes, I jumped out, and I aimed, and I threw my spear and pierced him directly, like literally straight on, there's no way you're gonna survive from this Hamza turned around to face me. But he then fell down and passed away, because it was simply direct mark here, and it goes, I took my spear and went back because I had no desire other than other than this, then in the did what you did. him did what you did, but he did it at the command of
his master debate a bit more time. And then he was freed, by the way why she, you should all know. Eventually, of course, he did embrace Islam. And this was after the year of delegations, like at the very, very end, he embraced Islam. And they said to him, that if you go with the delegations and announce your Islam, you shall be safe.
Because if you go with the delegation, you're in a protected place. Then when you embrace Islam, Islam will protect you, once you embrace Islam. So why she said that I entered upon the Prophet system, and he only saw me as I was saying, The Kadima because otherwise there was a not a bounty, but you know, basically, you're supposed to kill worship before this point in time. But when you embrace Islam, all of it is forgiven. So why she said the Shahada right then and there and the process of looked up, and he asked him, Are you washy? He said, Yes. So he said, Did you kill my uncle? He said, you know, what has happened? He didn't want to say yes, so the problem said,
describe what you did. He wanted to know the details describe what you did. So why she gave that description which I told you in the car I gave you the gave you the whole first hand account why she gave the whole description and the process and was crying when he heard the description. And then he said, hide yourself from me for as long as you live. Don't let me see you. And so why she very punishment for him in this world as well that whatever why she would go whenever the processing came, why she would have to go behind somewhere he did not. He did not want to hurt the Profit System by causing him to see him and eventually he moved to him.
These are awkward things but you should know them.
was she was known for drinking. And he would always get punished for this. So much so that Bob eventually removed him from the list of Sahaba that would get stipends. Because Omar would give you know the stipends right. As a punishment, he removed him from that list that the one and a mobile hotdog said, I knew that Allah would not leave the killer of Hamza without some type of punishment, like he kept on kept on kept on. So then he just let him go from the D one, and why she basically does not really have any role basically, other than this, of course, insha Allah He is forgiven, because one of the things he did as well was she said that when masala began preaching his false
message, I said to myself, let me make up for what I have done. So I took the same spear that I had used to kill, Hamza, and I went to fight Musa Lama, and he ends up killing wasallam with that same spear, and then he said that I killed the best person after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his uncle, and I killed the worst person as well. So I hope Allah forgive me. So in sha Allah, He died a Muslim and, and shallow and he is forgiven. And then it gets back to our point. Debate even motoring was the one who then told washi to do this and why she then did it. However, despite even this big lapse the process and remembered debate and his father Muslim. When he was conquering
Makkah when he entered Mecca, or before he entered Makkah, he remarked, there are four people who are wiser than to come and shake and I hope that they will be guided to Islam. He was asked Who are they? So he said, it was a debatable motoring Hakeem in his arm and so hey, they've been hammered. And we will do Sohail, and Hakeem, have we done Hakeem we have not Unforgiven as I would like him as we have not had him. He was very interesting. So I will do a Michelle as soon I came into his I'm 120 years old. The only Sahabi to be born in the cabinet I came into his own was another story anyway. So Jubail Hakeem, so hey, trader Amber, we talked about, we talked very briefly about him,
and maybe we'll have a class about him. And I'd have to say so he remembered debate before his concrete maccha. And debate then accepts Islam after the conquest of Makkah. Some say right before the conquest, the point is, he is not muhajir. He did not do his job. He did not do hedgerow. He is one of the basically end of the converse. They're called the Muslim alpha, which is the lowest category of converts that is Jubail urban Muslim, he participated in only one battle. That's the name, which is after the conquest of Makkah. And
in this battle, and interesting thing happened after the battle, not in the battle, that when he saw the process of distribute all of the money, and he gave the homos the fifth that goes to the profitsystem, and the other debate, he gave the homeless to the Bernal Hashem and the bundle MK polyp, two of the four and he didn't give to the bundle omega and to the balloon awful. So, Jubail took earthman, even a fan with him with minus from the bundle of the shrimps of an omega. And he said that our messenger of Allah, you gave the balloon with polyp, but you didn't give me an earth man and we have the same relationship as the vulnerable party. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam said, the bundle Mutallab and the bundle Hashem are the same in j Li and Islam. And he intertwined his fingers, the bundle muttalib and the bundle Hashem are the same, which means you guys are not in this. Now because of this hadith. Imam Shafi and remember, he's from the club as well, not that I'm saying his bias, but he is from a mama shaft. He said, The lol bait are Banu Hashim and buttermilk polyp.
Okay, so he wanted to include these two and the henna fees. And the Maliki said the elevator only the bundle Hashem not the buttermilk palate. Okay, so Mr. Michel Fairey views himself as being elevate. And the Hanafi is don't view him as being elevate. They say not the not only the battle Hashem is the debate. analyzer no different. There's both back and forth in this in this regard. However, he didn't give debate from the homeless, the fifth, but he did give job a big motor in 100 camels from the section of more or less at the Kuru bone, from the section of basically causing people to come close to Islam, and probably also to honor what he had done and his father had done
in the past. And then the next incident we have of Jabez and multicam is that when top was presented in his khilafah, with the sword of one of the kings of Yemen, by the name of mandible and one that one of the famous kings of the law commits, he called for debate and he said, Tell me, what is the necessity of a normative demanded and where does he meet with us? So the concept of God
geology was one of the sciences of the job a it was the master of NASA after aboubaker study. And so Jubail then started telling the NASA Who is this King of Yemen, maybe some of your atoms? Have you ever heard of him? No, no. But I'm wonder is he still famous or not? I have no idea. What is still taught to this day, not normally but a moon did is one of the kings of the alchemists in Yemen. One of the famous kings, he actually had a small spat with the assassinated Emperor is the Jordan his father, hospital hospital, interesting stories and whatnot, of course, his business pre Islam. Now his sword is captured in the battle as a prize and gifted to me at a moment in Armando hottub. So he
calls debate and he says, tell me about this man and his NASA. So he gives him the wholeness of the whole history. And then he says that all of this I learned from Abu Bakar Abu Bakar is the Alamo NASS for NASA. And I learned from him I will bucket is of course the share of the outdoors when it comes to genealogy. He was the master and his student was Jubail urban multicam. And as a gift therefore, Omar then gave to obey the sword of this king of Yemen, so it was gifted to him. And Jabez lived a quiet, dignified life. He did not participate in any of the Fitton between Alienware and an archer. He lived away from all of this. He had two sons, both of them became famous scholars,
a grandson who became a very famous scholar as well, and he passed away in the year 58. He wrote in the time of meraviglia, rhodiola. One, he has around 30, a hadith narrated and many of them deal with tribes, tribes have the courage, the blessings of tribes have the courage because that's what he liked. He is an asset. So you can find certain things that deal with maca. Quraysh the tribes he likes this type of stuff. So his or her these, preserve this, and we'll just mention maybe 510 30 then we're done for today shallow data. Why innovative new matrimonial law Juan Carlos Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
solarstone pmsg the head of bottlemen lfu salette and FEMA seawell who illustrated how long that the Salah in this Masjid of mine is better than 1000 Salah anywhere else except in west to the harem. So we know this famous Hadith and it is a blessing of Makkah and Jubail is narrating it. debated when Muslim narrates that the prophets of the Lahore idea he was seldom said la Yoda hotel janitor or clear, simple headed memorize it. Anybody who breaks the ties of kinship will not enter gender law yet Hello, john netta, author, author, the one who breaks the ties of kinship. Anybody who breaks the ties of kinship will not enter gender. One Jabez not the law one color holiday Rasulullah
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lo cannon more time in it. Hi yen facula manaphy ha la netrunner the o'clock to hula home video via a block to home. Yeah, and it was our budget. This is the highlight I wanted to get to is the most important Hadith about this whole day. And that is the honor that the profitsystem gave to multimillion ID this hadith is mentioned in Bali and Muslim and a Muslim Imam. And it's a very beautiful Hadith. When debate is tied up in the Battle of budget post but it is in the masjid the Prophet system obviously recognizes him and he says to him if your father motorhome Eben ID we're alive right now.
And he spoke to me regarding how oola in natuna
these nuts now means basically filthy people. They just tried to kill all of us for no reason. Okay, he used a term that's not vulgar, but is harsh. Okay, if he said one word regarding all of these, I will I would have freed all of them and gifted it gifted them to him. I would have freed all of them and gifted to more than 70 plus prisoners of war, some of whom gave 4000 their homes. Others gave 3000 others gave 2000 other gave one basically over 150,000 whatever, you know, their homes are coming in a massive amount. And the profitsystem said one word from multicam. And I would have gifted all of these back to him. And when is he saying this? After the death of Voltron when Moto M
is facing what he's facing? Now the question that I have for you Why? Why mentioned Moto M now? What is the benefit and finally the Moto M has faced what he is facing he is now with Allah subhanaw taala when this hadith is being said, the response is, this is a part of our wajib of appreciating the good people do for us, even their memory in this world.
To leave behind a positive legacy and a good name. You see, Walter m died a pagan. This Hadeeth
Had the process of not set it, the majority of us would never have heard of multimeter
simply because he said it. It isn't huadian Muslim. It is the most authentic hadith from Jubail. And therefore, everybody who reads any book of Hadith will come across it. And it is if it were alive, and he spoke to me one word, I would have freed all of them for his sake, we have to then figure out who is what I remember when I read it first time as well. And you know, you don't know every name of the crew photo collages. Who is Milton? How could the process of say that he'd free 70 people for one man, even I had to look up it was, you know, 20 years old. First, I really wanted Who is this multimission, Id have to go look up, say, oh, okay, that's what you did. So he's honoring the legacy
of multicam. And so just like Hassan a bit, sabots said, as long as people were there, how long and give the telomere all of us are in debt to you multiroom for what you have done. This is the purpose of the Hadith. And this therefore also means in our times, if there is a non Muslim, who helps Islam who does something good, there's nothing wrong with praising him, not just nothing wrong, it is so now, it is certain to praise him in a worldly sense. Now, we have to avoid the two extremes. And we have both of these extremes in our oma the first extreme is to praise him in a spiritual manner, to go beyond what should be done to praise him and give him agenda for what he has done. That's wrong.
A person who dies and Cofer, we do not say anything about gender we don't make do offer them we leave the refer to Allah subhana wa Tada. And the we preach the rule, anybody who dies in Kufa shall not enter gender that is the rule. The other extreme is to not mention a Kaffir in any positive manner ever. And if you ever mentioned a confident positive, then you are sympathizing, you know, with the co founder, and this is ridiculous as well. multiroom is a coffee, and yet the Profit System is honoring his legacy and praising him and giving him that like in our times, if we were to give an honor, a metal award ceremony, all of this is permissible from the shadia Nothing is wrong
with this. If we can do it when the guy has died, then even more so when a person is alive and he's done some benefit, then we should honor him in this regard. On June 11, he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said opening up them enough. Never prohibit anybody from doing throw off around the caliber or from praying any time of the day and night around the cab. So both of them enough is in charge of the cab by the Sequoia that we found that the hedge so the processing gave a ruling you do not have the right to stop anybody from doing tow off at any time of the day and night. That ruling is now Islamic. And that is why it is not allowed to close the harem down any
time of the day and night 24 hours. It is allowed Shetty are wise to go toe to toe off because the prophets have said to debate have been vultr him yet many of them enough he's speaking to all of that all for the for the abdomen if you have any abdomen if none of you should stop anybody from doing throw off or from praying around the Kaaba any time of the day and the night and you obey them. Number three, he said that one time before the war he came down. I lost a camel during Hajj and I rushed out of a to find it. And lo and behold I found the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the valley of out of and I said to myself, he is from the Polish What is he doing and out of?
Now, does anybody understand this hadith?
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Before the hitter before before Why?
During the days of hedge
during the days of hedge before why before Islam?
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You're close but you missed a very important point. Very important detail. Hmm. Excellent. What was said?
Excellent point, the mccanns to be more precise, the Porsche the Porsche considered themselves so holy, that they skipped out
during hedge, why did they skip out of your doing hedge? Because out of outside the harem.
So they said we are blessed by Allah. We live in the home. We're not going to go outside the house. I'm doing hedge. The rest of you guys go we're gonna stay inside of the huddle. Is that clear? Okay, so analyzer Judah for mentions in the Quran.
Allah mentions in the Koran
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federal the animation was the fault of an artifact in the eye before. In any case, it's an explicit verse for the origin that some field woman hatefulness, that's the one some field woman hater fallenness that the phrase there you have to follow what everybody else does. Well, you don't have an exception just because you're crushing. Now what is this howdy show? Jubail? The sun is saying, I lost a camel. I had to go find it. I found it an out of when everybody was there. And I saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before the war. He came down before the Koran, and he was on his camel. And I said to myself, he is from the orange. What is he doing here?
Now do you understand the Hadith?
The Prophet said that's why if you just read a hadith without shadow, it's like what are you talking about? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Allah had given him that Ill ham even before he is a prophet, that he should go to alpha in hajj. So he did Hajj properly. The way that Ibrahim did Hajj.
That's the point. He did Hajj properly, even when the origin did not do Hajj. So who else is going to tell us this other than other than Jubail, even multi angioedema. Middleton? He said that when the Prophet system was doing hedge You know, this is in the hedgetrimmer that this is hydrated without the actual hedge the Islamic hedge, he said, Not Not Not a llama and semi I'm apology for de la man, Samia has a very beautiful Hadith. May Allah brighten the face of anyone who hears my Hadith understands it, and then go tell somebody who hasn't heard it. For it is possible that the one who carries knowledge does not understand that knowledge. And it is possible that somebody carries
knowledge to somebody who will understand it better than him. You understand this Hadith, right? There's a beautiful Arabic photo behind many 15 laughter Kyla who are Abrahamic, a falcon element who have a woman Okay, you might narrate a hadith and you don't understand it, but somebody else will understand it better than you. Okay. And then the process of them said three are the things the heart of the true believer will never stop doing them. Number one is colossal. colossal number number two being sincere to your leader. And number three sticking with the Gema of the Muslims because there affects everybody so being with the Gema of the Muslims are innovative novelty modules
to to more highly than we're done.
Three more Hadith and undulated mealtime he said that I heard the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them say while he was praying salla Allahu Akbar Kabira three times well hamdulillah he cathedra three times was Subhana Ly bookcloth and what I'll see there three times. Then he said Allahumma inni Arabic Amina shaytani r Rajim min Hamza, he whenever he whenever he afterwards I said O Messenger of Allah, what is hempz enough, the enough key he said as for his hems, then it is the falling down losing consciousness that sometimes happens to the son of Adam. As for his neck, it is arrogance. And as for his nephew, it is the Islamic poetry or the bad lines that come into your
mind. So that's enough enough and and hum. So we should also say Urdu Billahi min ash shaytani r Rajim min hem z, one, F C, E, one f e. Okay, so this is in the Sunnah, and ubeda as the process of to clarify what it meant. Here's the Hadith that I just mentioned. Why in Juba motorman called when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam distributed the aneema
from the Benny Hashem and the venerable polyp, I went with might have been a fan. And I said, O Messenger of a law. As for the bundle Hashem, no one can deny their blessings and superiority because of your blessings and what Allah has chosen you, however, our brethren from the bundle muttalib you gave them but you left us and the both of us are the same as the normal polyp. So you understand him and earth man, and they're saying the buttermilk but if you didn't give us so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in the home lamb euphotic Cooney, fija helia to Weatherford Islam, the bundle muttalib did not abandon me either in j Leah or in Islam, and
therefore the bundle Hashem and the men are more polyp are one thing from my shop Becca Bina siberie. And he intertwined between his fingers. So therefore, as we said, Because of this, Mr. Michel Fairey said the buttermilk bundle and the bundle Hashem are from the Allah debate and the others they have their interpretations of it as well. And then the final Hadith that we shall do, we'll just skip over some
Oh drobeta Muslim as well by the way, not the final we'll do one more Jumeirah Muslim says that he was there when the calmer split up and shakalaka Omar and he mentioned that he was there and he saw it and he said we saw the the moon split up. Once half was on this mountain the other half was on that mountain, and some of them said that Mohammed has bewitched us, but others said if he has bewitched us How come all of us are seeing the moon split he cannot be which the entire congregation. So debate is an eyewitness to the splitting of the moon and he narrates that in mystery about Mohammed then I'll do the final Hadith inshallah tada final Hadith. debated Milton
said that once a woman came to the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them and asked him something, and he commanded that she be given of this matter. So she said, O Messenger of Allah, what if I were to come back and not find you, meaning you are dead? So he said, if you don't find me then go to Abu Bakr.
This is one of the evidences of Anderson along with 50 million other evidences but this is one of the most explicit one of the most explicit that if you don't find me meaning and the Heidi literally mentions for death. If you don't find me go to abubaker this is an explicit Heidi who's going to take charge after the profits a lot while you send them and it is narrated by Jubail, Eben multimonitor other hydroquin inshallah, that is enough for today and inshallah with that we come to the conclusion of today's lesson, and we will now pause for a solid and marisha inshallah