Yasir Qadhi – Lives Of The Sahaba 40 – AbdurRahman Ibn Awf

Yasir Qadhi
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Bismillah Mohammed hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali, he was happy as mine I'm about inshallah we're moving on with the next Sahabi in our series of the ashram over Shara and today inshallah we will do the life and times and the hadith of Abdul Rahman now of Abdur Rahman Ibn out. And as usual, we always begin with all of the Sahaba by explaining their background and their tribe, and their upbringing and their conversion, and then some of the main incidents that took place in their lifetimes.

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Now, he is from the tribe of the bone who Zoho and Ubuntu Zahara. The Ubuntu Zahara is the same tribe as Amina, as Amina Binti Wahab. And so Abdur Rahman is a distant cousin of Amina Binti Wahab and the tribal who hora connects with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from kidnap even Mora who is the fifth ancestor of the prophets of the la vida, he was sending them. So Caleb had a number of sons, one of them was zero. And the other one is basically I'm dumb enough enough to say even Ecolab, so I'm dumb enough is the grandson of Caleb. So Zahara is one of the children of abdomen of sorry, of Caleb and the bundles Ohara. Therefore, or the tribe that have the romantic now comes from

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from the same tribe is sad, it'd be waqqas so we have three famous Sahaba you should know from the tribe of de Bono's Ohara, Amina, well, I mean, there's not as habia but the mother of the process of Amina and sad even Abby will cause and have a bit of health they are all from the tribe of de Bono's zakura and

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amenas second cousin is the father of Sadie who costs Okay, so what costs and Amina are second cousins and out, which is the father of the Roman house is a third cousin of Amina. Okay. So Amina the professor's mother is second cousin to sad the baby will cost his father this abou costs and third cousin to 200 million out of clear, I don't have a chart but you get the point. Essentially, all three of them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from his mother's side from his mother's side is a fourth cousin of Abdullah live now.

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Okay, from his mother's side is a fourth cousin of mine, I've been out and as we know all of the 10 all of the 10 are Shinobu Bashar from the whorish and after I met him now is essentially one of the middle of the correlation terms of nessa closeness to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after a man his name was not Abdullah man, his name was actually Abdelkader Abdullah Kava, or according to him inside Abdullah Amber, and Abdul amblin. And when he accepted Islam, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said From now on you shall be have the right man. So Abdur Rahman is the prophetic name given to him. So the Prophet system changed his name. As we know in the Sierra, you're supposed to change

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any evil name, and any name that is other than a law must be changed when you convert to Islam. So Abdi Gabba, or Abdi amor has to be changed. And so the Prophet system called him Abdur Rahman, Abdur Rahman, it now is described as fairly light skinned as being tall with the slender neck and long eyelashes. He also had a lot of hair on his head and he would, which is the style of the Arabs tie it in a knot that was the style of many of the Arabs at the time that they would have a masculine not they had two different types of knots, women had their types of knots, men had their types of smaller knots. And you know, still to this day, it is common in some cultures, and it's coming out

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with fat in this culture as well. But in the time of the Arabs, they had that that

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thing that was acceptable to men, and Abdul Rahman was known to basically have that at the back of his head as well. We had already mentioned in the last few classes that Abdul Malik now is one of the five people who converted at the hands of Abu Bakar also do so five of the 10 of the ashram oversharer converted at the hands of a buck or so. Okay, five of the national budget are converted at the hands of a workers to death.

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And these are rare earth man palha sad and Abdur Rahman okay zubayr we talked about doing our one Rosemont where we mentioned risk management our fun part how we have done on her side even a B will cost which will be next week inshallah and our character today, our Sahabi

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They have a bunch of these five converted at the hands of Abu Bakar also do even hedger mentions, one of the reasons of his conversion that I've documented now was a target a

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trader, and he will travel to Yemen regularly. And he would be hosted by one of the elders of a tribe of Yemen. And it is mentioned that the year that the processing began preaching, his host was a very old man asked him about macker, and told him that Allah will send a prophet to Makkah in his own tribe, and this prophet will have a revelation from Allah, and this prophet will preach against idolatry. And so when after a man returned back from this trip, he met a worker, so did a worker told him that the processor has been sent. So he immediately converted. So I've that I might have now had one of those prophecies told to him. And this is a common motif amongst many of the Sahaba

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that Allah had blessed and willed for them to embrace Islam. So Allah intended for these people to meet some of the Ramadan, some of the monks, some of the so this was in all likelihood, the books do not mention, but in Yemen, Yemen was predominantly what Christian. So in all likelihood, this is one of the monks one of the or at least one of the learned of their scripture. And so he tells half the amount of now that it's about time, anytime now, the predicted one, the promised one is going to come. So when he hears this, then he goes back, and then he is told point blank that Oh, the prophet system has begun preaching, and he is preaching La Ilaha Illa de la, he's preaching as the idols. So

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already he has awaiting this. So he immediately converts at the hands of a worker. So they are, and of course, at this point in time, there is no outcome. So he is one of the early conduits. As we all know, we already mentioned this all over the 10 there from the first batch of Congress, even before there was a double outcome.

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Now has already converted and Abdurahman we don't know that much about him from the early McKenzie era. As far as I know, there doesn't seem to be anything that has been recorded in the early makansutra. What we do know is that he migrated to both of the hingeless so he migrated to habashi. And the first batch, he came back and he did not go again to Habesha. Okay, so we said there were two migrations to abijah. He came back he remained, and then he went to Medina. So he is one of the elite of the Sahaba, who has migrated Sahaba, he will attain both of the hedgerows. And this is a very blessed status amongst some of the Sahaba. Very few of the Sahaba had both vigilance and those

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that had are considered to be a higher level. And behind him now is one of those who has done both of the he was

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one of the top your own site, even if you were one of the greatest of the Tibetans hate him and job aid, he said

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Abu Bakr and Roma and earthman and Adi and Paula and Zubaydah inside, and now inside urbanization, basically the national Bashara, he said, These people would be immediately in front of the Prophet sallallahu. I sent him during the times of battle, and immediately behind him during times of Salah. So it's a beautiful metaphor, which is valid, that in times of battle, the National overshadow we're right in front of the Prophet system. And in times of Salah they were right behind him, and this is the status of Abdul Rahman even out now. The first major story that we are aware of that everybody has heard of when it comes to out of the 100 out is the famous story of what happened to him after

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the hedgerow where Abdul Rahman Ivanov brought only a small amount of his wealth that he could carry with him. As you know, most of them will hide you don't have to leave their wealth in Makkah. Remember, there are no bank transfers, remember, they had to flee for their lives, they can only carry the necessities of food and water and drink and whatever they can carry with them to Medina. So he arrived in Medina and he was from a relatively wealthy background and he comes to Medina. impoverished is somewhat of a low status now. And when he comes to Medina, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam pairs him with sad Ivanovic, sad, even or beer. And this is now one of the famous

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stories that we've all heard growing up and it is something that becomes the, the the metaphor or the symbol of the generosity of the onside, that side of Nairobi said that, Oh my dear brother in Islam, Allah has blessed me to be one of the wealthiest people of Medina and you see my wealth and you see I have a house of two stories, and I have two families or two wives as well. So our profit system has commanded us to be generous. I'm going to split everything in half with you. Take half of my wealth choose one of the the the stories of the house

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who's one of my wives after the divorce and she will be yours. So, Abdur Rahman said barakallahu feeco of humanity, Kofi Alec may do it for him. May Allah give you much more. I don't want any of this. Do learning as to show me where is the soup? Where is the soup? Where is the the marketplace, and this was the sort of the, the bundle, the bundle karela. Right? That bundle Korea had a soup, which was the famous soup of Medina, they had that famous soup. That is, if you're facing the Qibla is on the right hand side of the masjid, if you're facing the Qibla. If you walk on the right hand side for five minutes, there's still an empty place, which still to this day, there's a type of soup

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over there. So he said, Where's the soul. So he went and whatever he had, he brought, he sold, he purchased what not. And by the end of the day, he comes back, and he has some butter and some barley. And this is how they would make their staple food item. Okay, they would mix this two together, and this would be their food. So whatever he sells, he manages to get his his food and a little bit surplus. The next day he comes, he comes. And then one day, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam sees him and he sees the spots of perfume on his body. And he says to him, mayhem, mayhem is a colloquial Arabic phrase is not the end is something that will translate as what's up. What's

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new, mayhem? What's up? What happened? Now, why did he asked this question, because this is an interesting cultural paradigm. And it's something that's very strange for us. But it was the the norm for the Arabs of that time, the Arabs of that time, because perfume was so expensive. And so difficult. They wanted to show that they had put perfume on

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putting on perfume was not just for the smell. It was also now decoration on the the the clothing, you would leave stains on the coat cloth. And that would be decoration for the cloth in our culture.

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To have stains of perfume on the cloth means you messed up.

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And in our culture, the perfume is supposed to be invisible. And that's why it's ethanol. That's why the perfume is mixed in ethanol, because they want the ethanol to transfer the perfume from the bottle to your clothes and evaporate. perfume is supposed to be it's supposed to be something that cannot be seen and only smelt. But in those days, the perfume was supposed to be smelled for a short period of time that will go away. And then the the clothing and I'm sure, even though it's not explicitly mentioned, but it is understood, and this is my theory and analysis, that even when they applied it, they would apply it in a certain manner. It's not just jobs here and there, it's rather

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a certain decoration, they would put it however, they will do it so that the cloth itself is shown to be now perfumed. So because perfume is rare and expensive, you don't wear perfume for no reason. You wear it for an occasion. And he's coming to the masjid on an average day and his perfumed. He has these streaks on him. So that's why the process is a man. What's up? What's the occasion? Right? Why so imagine if somebody came, you know, on a regular day dressed in a tuxedo restaurant, something even we're gonna say What's up? This is not the regular dress. So he's dressed up in the manner of perfume right? So then he said you had a suit of law. There's a watch tomorrow at a minute

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on saw. I finally got married. So Savonarola, he comes with nothing, right? He comes with whatever is in his pockets. That's all he has. Slowly but surely buying, selling, buying, selling, buying, selling now martial arts about Ocala he has a wife from the unsought so the process we said What did you give us man like you where'd you get the money from what Dima. So he said I gave her a date seeds weight of gold. And that's actually not that much by the way just a small you know, like an ounce or gram or whatever you want to use a bit of gold. I gave her a little bit of gold. It's not small, but at the same time, it's something it's something I gave her gold, that small amount and

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and that was my mouth. And the profitsystem then said to him, oh Lim while it will be Shah do over Lima. Do over Lima, even if it's just with the sheep with one animal. Just do it with him so that there's a feast and a festival because as we all know it is sooner to advertise the zoa Jen, you should have a redeemer. So there's the famous hadith of of Abdurrahman, Eben out that everybody has heard out in what will be shared the word EMA becomes Sunnah because of abdomen, marriage because a man got married. And this isn't the first year of the digital. That is the Hadith that because of it, all of us do a walima. All of us have that ceremonial festival because of this hadith to Abdul

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Rahman even out and he continued to buy and sell and buy

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insell until Subhan, Allah He became one of the richest, if not the richest Sahabi, one of the richest, if not the richest Sahabi became Abdul Rahman Ibn out. And he says of himself, that there was a time in my life when, if I were to lift up a rock, I would have assumed that I would find golden silver underneath it. Like whatever he does, he's money money is coming in. And of course, this is happening to him. After he puts in so many years, for the sake of Allah, then Allah blesses him right after he suffers and sacrifices, then a lot opens up the door. And the fact of the matter is most of the actionable Bashara were relatively wealthy towards the end of their lives. Most of

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them were relatively wealthy, even though some of them were not wealthy, like Abu Bakar did not have that type of wealth. But most of them were relatively wealthy, and that we can say that they all started very difficult lives, but by the end of their lives, Allah subhanho wa Taala open his bucket and blessings. And that is a formula that Allah bless them in this dunya before the alpha, but none of them lived like a wealthy person, even though they had that wealth and abdomen now is no exception in this regard, Abdul Rahman participated in the Battle of butter, and there's a famous incident about him that inshallah will mentioned from the Muslim over here when we get to the

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Hadith, and all of you know it, but it is something that worthwhile to go over again, he is also in the Battle of boyhood, and the Battle of offroad. He was of those who was with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and stayed with him. He was of the people who were severely injured where he was of the people whom a javelin or or an arrow came and knocked off his teeth. And this is Abdullah hammer now who basically had to pull that off with his his teeth as well, as well abdomen alpha was injured with more than 20 wounds more than 20 spears and arrows and, and basically sword injuries affected him so much so that he forever limped after the Battle of boyhood, because of an

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injury to his foot on the Battle of boyhood. So the Battle of boyhood, cause told her tell her to become paralyzed. And after hanging out to become limp, okay, is a battle that was so severe that palheiro de la one could not lift up his right hand anymore, it was paralyzed. And after 100 now, he could not, he could not

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walk normally, and he would live for the rest of his life. One of the main things that is mentioned, of course, you participate in every battle and every single battle without exception, he is there, just like essentially all or most of the national Bashara in the fifth year of the hegira. The profitsystem made him a commander, a military commander

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to the tribe or the area of doughnuts agenda, donut agenda, and inside mentions that when I

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went with around 300 people to attack this this tribe, the Profit System, bid him farewell, man had a Yellow Turban on and inside mentions this inside in his pocket, which is one of the earliest books of our history. He mentioned that the Prophet system, took off the Yellow Turban with his own hands, and gifted him a black turban. And he wrapped it around himself of the head of the remedy mouth. And then he gave him advice to be sincere to Allah and to praise the law continuously so that he could win. And he gave him a series of advice to essentially basically always be conscious of Allah azza wa jal. And then he said to him, that if Allah azza wa jal blesses you with victory, then marry the

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daughter of their chieftain. This is what he says.

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And Subhanallah I've got a man who went to the, the, the tribe, he surrounded them for three days, and he

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kept on giving them any, you know, the three choices that are given, until eventually the chieftain converted to Islam. And then of the Reverend proposed for his daughter, and so he comes back not only a victor, but having married the daughter of the chieftain of the tribe, and from this union, the daughter of the chieftain and Abdur Rahman, one of the most famous stab your own was born. Now you would not most likely have heard of this temporary this stability is well known to every student of Hadith and students of knowledge because he is famous for knowledge for in for rewire. I've had it for filk for being one of the judges of Medina. You should know just a little bit advanced

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knowledge here but still is beneficial. You should know that in the title

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of the Tabby rune, you know there's students of the Sahaba. There's a famous group that are called the seven scholars of Medina for kaha, Sabha, the seven scholars of Medina. Now this is the generation way before Mr. Malik, this is Mr. Malik is the third fourth generation, we're talking about the first 100 years of the digital, right. This is essentially from 30 higit, up to around 8090. Digital. This is the first generation after the Sahaba. Right, and they are called al fuqaha. Sabha, the seven famous scholars. Now I'm not going to go into all of these and that's, I mean, every student of Hadith and Fiqh knows these names, because these are famous people, but those that

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are outside those rooms don't know them. Just what's interesting for us is that many of them not all, many of them were sons of the fashionable Bashara.

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Right, these seven, right? Many of them were sons and grandsons of our Shinobu Bashara, right. And just FYI, because this is interesting stuff. So from the family of abubaker Sadiq it was Abu Bakar his grandson, who becomes one of the fukuhara sobre la Qasim Ibn Mohammed Ibn Avi Becker and Mohammed was also so heavy Mohammed Vivica Qasim Ibn Mohammed Ibn Abu Bakar Okay, that is one of the focus sabar from the from the family of Roma hottub. It is also his grandson, Salim ibn Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah Abdullah is a famous Sahabi Abdullah Omar is the famous our beloved Norma his son Salim becomes one of the four cassava

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from the family of withmany been a fan. It is his own son, and his son, we mentioned him the very first lecture of the Sierra that I ever gave five years ago, something like that, right? Because his son Earth might have been a fan son was the first person to ever begin to compile the Sierra.

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And he was a scholar of Hadith. And he was a scholar of fic. And he was a judge of Medina and that is a ban. Ban even Earth might have been a fan of ban even Earth might have been our fan, Ban even earthman we are more interested in him in our classes because the first person to ever write a book on the life of the process Adam and to compile a chronology is a valuable Earth man and he's a temporary he never met the Prophet system. He's a temporary and he was the first to do that. So we have now of course the Mohammed interview worker, we have Salim Abdullah happening remote we have urban urban Earth man from the the children of God Allah one. Everybody is a scholar, Aslan and

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everybody is a great person also lives in Aberdeen and whatnot. They're not considered the Falklands Sabha. They are a separate category altogether. They are all of them righteous and narrators of Hadith. And of course, the greatest of them go fast forward three generation Jaffa saw that was one of the fuqaha of his era. And Abu hanifa was a contemporary and a student of Jaffa sada and Jaffa sada is no doubt a 40 and a more head than a great Island and many of the aroma studied under him and Mr. Hardy's teacher is a student of Jaffa Sato so Jaffa sada is I mean the whole line of the Prophet systems family there's no need to even mention it is understood that there are people of

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knowledge and taqwa and then we have also from the folklore has sabbia the child of zubayr even one is obeyed. And that is a odawa even is debatable. That one. Okay, we mentioned earlier was the nephew of Ayesha, we mentioned the main chain of AI, she goes to the Rotorua evidence debate, and we talked about earlier last week or two weeks ago when we did so beta one, or otowa is one of the several and now over here we have the last of them for our purposes, Abu Salah even after I met him now,

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our guy now he had many children, one of them Abu Salah becomes one of the fukasawa. And there are others as well. By the way, obviously I only mentioned six here, there are others as well say who say it was probably the most famous of them of the focus of our inside the room will say it

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was actually not his father was not a famous Sahabi he just becomes his own. He basically becomes one of the most famous scholars, even though his father maybe even wasn't so happy or if he was he was a very minor so happy and say the MSA because he dedicated his life to Islam, he becomes one of the most important members of knowledge of the fukasawa. In any case, for our purposes back to our story that matter now son, Abu Salah, Abu Salah, even Abdullah Malik, now, he is from this union, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told a man that if Allah gives you victory, then propose to his daughter and marry his daughter. And that's what happens. So from that union, what's

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going to happen when the process

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him himself is giving Baraka so from that union one of the greatest scholars, and this person abou Selma, he actually becomes one of the judges in the time of the Romanians. So he is called the he is a judge in Medina, what a prestigious position amongst the sons of the Sahaba. He is one of the all these of Medina, and this is the son of abdomen, even out of the habit. Now, as we said, we participated in each and every battle. And

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we know that he participated even in the conquest of Makkah and the Treaty of her day BIA. And so his name is in the list of all of the battles, I did not find anything specific about these battles that we can mention here. His participation is enough of a blessing for him, and the time of a walker and Omar and Ruth mandola, one whom he is a primary advisor to all of these Sahaba. And a number of things are mentioned in in that era that is of benefit to us, of them is in the 18th year of the hijiri 18 Ah,

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there was a plague in Syria, a plague in Syria. And this is known as the rune of Hamas, the plague of Hamas. So very famous plague, and wrote a book called Bob gave the hotel that I'm intending to go to Syria, and I don't care if there's a plague, a lower protector, so I'm going to go,

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live now have heard this. And he said, I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say,

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if you hear of a plague in a land, then do not go there if you are not there. But if you are there,

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do not flee and leave.

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And I don't need to explain to you how prophetic this advices only a prophet can make such a scientifically accurate statement. 1400 years of I don't need to explain to you, right, a plague Don't run away from the play if it's in your village. But if it's another village don't go to that village. This is something that can only come from the words of inspiration. You cannot say something like this 14 centuries ago from your own human mind. So after I met him now says I heard the process and say this one or more don't go so Roma decides okay if you heard him say this, I'm not gonna go there. Because before this Omar was saying, Allah is going to protect but the process

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of said essentially tie your camel then put your trust in Allah and when it comes to plagues, the timing of the camel is you don't walk to a plague you know walk into a plague you don't go where there's a disease. Okay? the Zika virus don't go with the Zika virus right now. Okay, the whatever bird flu is going on somewhere don't go there for you know for any type of thing going on. If it's in your land, then don't flee from your land. So I've never heard of an elf gave this advice to a moto hop and he followed it. Another instance as well. Where are the Romans advice was followed, that the

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conquest of Persia took place and the time of Roman as you know, and the Sahaba then differed, what do we do with these new conquered people called the Zoroastrians the Jews?

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Because Allah allows us to take jizya from which group of people

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No, not non Muslims are hella kita and who are alligator

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Yahood and nosara. And if you want to add a sabi own, who are a small group right? In the nominal Medina had one nosara was saw the una, who are the sabi sabi own are mentioned in the Quran twice. And the sabie own are a very, very, very small remnant of a people. They are still around to this day, there is less than 40,000 of them left right now. 40,000. That's it. Right? Some elite gatherings in America are more than 40,000. And in all over the world, there's less than 40,000 saw the left and the sabie own. They claim to have a book that goes back to sheath, the son of Adam.

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Way back. And they have another book they say it goes back to Yeah, john the baptist, and they have some interesting rituals they do will do before they pray they do also after Hazelden after *, they have certain rituals about whatnot. So you can see they are a group that have some shady art from back in the day. Right? And they claim to be from the time of sheet, the son of Adam, sheet Eben Adam. That's what they claim.

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They have been around for the longest time. So the the scholars of the oma have said the sabi owner also advocated, but in reality Who among us has ever met a Savi and even the Sahaba there's no narration of the meeting Asahi. But Allah mentions them in the Koran. Now, Allah does not mention the other groups what is to be done with them? When you meet a non alcoholic keytab Kaffir? Because and Nikita are one category of COVID. What if you meet another category of coffee? What should you do? And the first category of kuffaar that the Sahaba conquered that were not allocated are the modules.

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So I'm going to go hottub brought together the Sahaba. And he said, what should we do with the Medusa now? I mean, there's what new Sherry What can we do? Do we have a new set of laws, right? Do we tell them they cannot live in the Muslim land? Do we What do we do? Here is where I've never heard of now, once again, he stood up and he said, that I testify that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took the jizya from the Jews of a small village in Yemen called hedger that I testify that the profitsystem agreed to take the jizya from the Medusa of hedger.

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So when Omar heard this, he said, okay, we will treat them like Aliki tab for the purposes of jizya. And we will not treat them like allocate up for the purposes of marriage and their behalf.

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Okay, so this opened the door for the Zoroastrians to essentially have the same rulings as Nikita when it comes to religious freedom, when it comes to

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political taxes and whatnot, that they simply continue to pay the taxes of the advocate, but they are not considered allocate up when it comes to marriage and when it comes to the eating of the meat. Now an interesting point here a bit of a tangent, but it's always beneficial that the Muslims they they had another issue when it came to the these illustrations.

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And that is what is to be done with some of their practices that are on Islamic. This is not what I'm going to do now, by the way, but it's just something that is useful for us to know that when the Muslims conquered conquered Persia, and they come across the the Zoroastrians. Now the Zoroastrians had some really bizarre religious practices, really bizarre religious practices. And the issue came to what level of tolerance can the Shetty accommodate their religious beliefs?

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Must we enforce our version of the shediac on them? Or do we let them be? And the most bizarre and, frankly, from our perspective, and it is correct any the most disgusting thing that they did was that their nobleman? Their elite families would practice *

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brothers and sisters would marry one another. Why was this the case? For the same reason that the ancient Egyptians did it? Which is why?

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purity of blood, purity of blood, they had the worst racism. And they felt the fear from the royal families or the whatever they had their category, the tabaka. If you're from that bah, bah, bah, we don't want to mix our blood with any of these common blood. And so the noble men and the noble families of these are Austrians they had this practice of incestual marriages between brother and sister now that the the issue came in Islamic law.

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What should we do?

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Should we say that this is their religion? And in Islam, to a great extent we accommodate religion? To a great extent, but not to the Western first amendment extent. There's no question about that. Our version of freedom is different than their version of freedom, and the shitty are the Jews and Christians had the freedom to worship in their temples. They could not proselytize outside, they could not preach their faith to other Muslims. They could not convert other people. They could not bless FEMA in public.

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And if they said something in their church, that would be considered blasphemous, like they're believing in the Trinity. That's their religion. They're believing in the Trinity and they praise and they worship Jesus. From our perspective, this is to worship Jesus, right? But in their church and in their rituals, they're going to be overlooked, but to go into public and to call people and to do this that's not going to be allowed. So Islam allows toleration to a great degree

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Now the question arises, do we allow this marriage or not? And believe it or not the Messiah of Islam disagreed amongst themselves.

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The humble demands have been in real time imitate me are examples of this said No way.

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Once Islam rules, then we cannot allow these marriages to continue. And we have to force these marriages to to be broken up, right.

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the Maliki's and hanafy said,

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if we're going to allow them to commit Cofer,

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why can we not allow them to commit the worst type of Xena? I think about it, if we're going to allow them to commit Cofer, what is about the freedom, there's no sin worse than Cofer. And they're allowed to commit Cofer

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in their churches. They're not coming to us to sanction the marriage, or they, they're having it in their own temples. Now, all the men that have agreed if they come to us, we cannot consider this marriage valid. If they come to us to resolve a dispute in our shediac court, we say this is not a valid marriage. But the question is, must we enforce a breakup in the lands of Islam? And the hanafis? And Maliki said, No, we don't have to do that.

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And the humbly said, Yes, we must do that. And of course, to this day, this instead of this instead of remains. And so I mean, an example of this, for example, and and this is something that people are talking about now.

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How does all of this fit into our stance on same * marriage in non Muslim lands? Even? Right? Is it a question that is raising controversies and whatnot, and simple reality? The the mole has when they, when they were ruling India,

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and the practice of widows burning themselves? Sati. Right. The Arabs don't know what this is.

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So in certain understandings of Hinduism, when the husband dies, the widow or the wife

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pressured, or she wants to burn herself with the cremation of the husband. So they burn the bodies, the body is burnt in the Hindu tradition. And the practice of Sati was that the wife should die with the husband.

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And so she would jump into the fire or put some type of you know, kerosene or whatnot, herself, and life clothes, her clothes on fire, so that she would be joining her husband

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at the time of death. Okay, this is a Hindu practice. Now, the Mughal emperors had to decide what do we do,

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because this is something that is very wrong.

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And this is not just some the mean this is you're killing. But it's not necessary, you're not killing somebody else, you're actually committing suicide.

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And by and large, the the the, the Emperor's allowed it, the Islamic societies allowed it, they did not put a band to it, even though in many cases, they tried their best to stop it. In one case, they would give money to the widow if you don't commit Sati will give you money. So they didn't like it. But they didn't stop it. who stopped it the British when the British came in 1857 or so

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after the mutiny and then the establishment of the British Raj, and so when the Mughal emperor is kicked out, and the British Raj takes over India, one of the first things that they do, as ruling over India, British India, they say religious freedom has a toleration we cannot tolerate certain things. And of them is we will not allow a woman to commit suicide at the death of her husband. So the British banned Sati. And when Gandhi took over or sorry, call for independence, and then 1947, India's established, the laws of India still banned Sati To this day, but every once in a while, we hear it in the news, every once in a while because it's religion. It's a religion, the woman feels

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that it's her code. It's her honor that she should do it, that she wants to go do this. So the question of course, I mean, all of this as a tangent from the hunter I was fed to or or his verdict here, to what level of religious freedom do we give? Do we give other civilizations in ideal Islam? And then from that, the question arises, what if the situation is reversed such as right now? And now we are being asked to tolerate other things such as same *. So to what level Can we do that? So all of these things

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comes into play. Anyway, that was an interesting tangent. Now back to our amount of now. So I've done 100 rounds. I've been alphas The one who tells Bob that yes indeed the Zoroastrian should be made at the Kitab as well, and from this fatwa, the Hanafi is, in particular, they allowed any religion to live in doddle Islam as long as they give jizya even Muslims and Hindus doesn't matter, which is why the Mughal Empire had to be Hanafi the Mughal Empire could not be humbly because the Mughal Empire is ruling over Hindustan, right? You had to be hanafy to rule over Hindustan, you couldn't be any other method, because the NFL is the only but that's not why they're heard of him

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just saying, it's a good fact that they were Hanafi because it's the only religion madhhab that allows Hindus to live in Islam. And as you all know, the Indian Pakistanis here the Arabs have no clue because they have no idea of this branch of Islamic history. As you all know, out on Zerbe, what did he do?

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I guess you don't know.

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What it orang zaev do for the Hindus?

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here exactly just like that. I was looking insulted. You know, you're just like there is no you have no clue of Islamic history.

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Odin zaev did not do de la era. Come on, man. Seriously.

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That's Akbar. That's Akbar de la he goes back four generations out and Zeb re instituted jizya. That's why the Hindus and other reason they hate him. orang zabe reinstituted the jizya, the only mobile Emperor that said that the Hindus have to give jizya no other Emperor did this. And as soon as he died, the next guy, what is the Sharjah whatever he just like call us forget about it. One person only. Okay, so he was the one who tried to apply 150 Anyway, why am I talking about oranges? Let's get back to our home. Now. That was a complete tangent. That's not related to the class today. So after 100 hours gave the the verdict that the Zoroastrians are also alikat. up and he says this

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is based on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Okay, what else did I do in his lifetime, in his lifetime, I've the amount of now as well was placed in charge of the mothers of the believers, our mothers performing hajj, remember, in the time of Ramadan, Bob, the oma Hudson, meaning they wanted to perform hedge, and they did not have the opportunity to do so. And they kept on asking, we want to go we want to go. So in the last year of his life, he didn't know what will be his last year, but it happened to be his last year. And that is the 23rd year of the higit. All the mothers of the believers were given permission to go in one entourage for Hajj. Now, we all know the mothers of the

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believers have an extra special status. And as part of that status, they cannot be seen. Even their hijab and jilbab bodies cannot be seen. There's a layer of protection that no other woman ever has. So who will do this protecting? So I'm gonna have Bob chose to have the Sahaba Roseman have been a fan. And I've got motive now

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to take charge of the special caravan of the mothers of the believers. And so this man was at the front of the room, it was at the back, and they were a separate caravan within the caravans of Hajj. And these two would take charge of the affairs of our mothers, and take care of them and make sure that they're separate. And they would, in fact camp at a separate place that nobody could be around. And these two would be the ones protecting and setting up the tents and everything. So that amount of now was entrusted to take care of our mothers and the time of Roma hypno thought, and of course, his most important legacy for Islamic history was what happened at the death of our mobile hotspot.

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Because when the shooter was assigned with the six people,

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it was Abdullah Madiba now who led the entire committee from beginning to end. He was the one when they first got together and everybody's quiet. How would that matter if now says Okay, first thing we're gonna do? We're gonna have this committee. Let three people in this room delegate to three others. We're gonna have this we can have a hold of these people here. Okay, so any of you three who feels that a particular person represents him more the same wavelength, then go ahead and nominate so then we'll get rid of half of them. And so this is exactly what happened that probably had been obeyed. The law chosen with man is that Earth man represents me as much as the same wavelength as

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me, and I'm fine with him. Zubaydah one said it represents me and saddened me what costs that Abdurrahman you represent me. So with one move, the committee is

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Half, then, as soon as it's halved have the man says, and he doesn't handle it, he does not want power will lay from the beginning. Look, he just wants to get rid of this responsibility from himself. He doesn't want it for himself, he never wanted it for himself. So now that it's the three of them, he then turns to alien Earth man. And he says, If I get out of this, and it's just you, too, will you to agree to my arbitration.

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And it was the first to respond. And he said, You are trusted in the heavens and on this earth. Yes, I agree. I trust you. The ones in the heavens align the angels and us on Earth, we trust you. No problem. And Earth man says yes, your decision is final.

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So after a man had been out for the next three days, does not sleep. All he does is he speaks to each and every person of significance. Starting from the bedroom, down to the muhajir down to the battered one, down to the the women and children, everybody he spoke to in Medina. And he's getting from them pros and cons of what they think. And then, on the last night, he first visited the house of a live Navy pilot, and he spent a few hours there, nobody knows what was said, but is clear. What did he say? He must have told him that the decision has been made and do not break away from the Gema. And whatever it has been decided, I believe it is for the best and what not he then visited

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Earth might have been fun, had a private conversation with him. And then the next morning, after I met him now said that I spoke with everybody and I and I realized that no one would turn away from the rule of Earth man, they will not prefer anybody over Earth man. Okay, this oma is satisfied with this man, even alpha. and Adi was the first to give him they by Allah The law is the first few in the Bible. So Abdul Rahman have been out.

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Really, this is the highlight of his legacy for the oma in terms of him managing and steering the committee from beginning to end, smooth transition, no problem whatsoever. And he himself is out of the picture. And this shows that he was a person of managerial skills, if you like, who does not interested in that Limelight for himself. And he chose might have been a fan and SubhanAllah. So shortly after that he passed away in the time of birth might have been our fan. A lot saved him, he did not live till the time of

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the fitna. He did not live in the time of the Civil War, he did not see any of those issues. And in fact, the very first year of the fourth month, as part of the law, one appointed Abdullah Abdullah might have been out to be the one who is in charge of the whole Hajj. Now, this was a very honorable position every year, either the halifa himself or if he couldn't go, he would delegate to a very respected person. So the last year of his life of derivative now was put in charge of the hedge, and he led the hedge and he gave the ultimate in out of fat. And so he is essentially the one who is in charge of the edge, and then he passes away. Later on over the next year, I've done either now has

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many blessings about him of the blessings about now, and no doubt, perhaps his greatest blessing

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was that he was one of the only people whom the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam prayed Salah behind one of the only people whom the Prophet sallallahu wasallam prayed so that behind, and this took place in the Battle of tabuk. And the Battle of Tupac, if you remember, the Prophet says that I'm camped at the book for maybe around 30 nights, there was no actual battle. And they were waiting for the Romans and they were waiting for the the Nova sun and nobody actually showed up, they were terrified they fled. So for 30 days, the process of is kept over there. And one day fudger as that is given, and the Profit System

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has not come back from yonni, the world will not come back from taking care of himself. And time is going on. And the Sahaba are worried that the sun might rise. So they don't find the Profit System. And they're worried that the Salah will finish and so they look around and Bilal is the one who said

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Abdullah madam now will you lead the Salah.

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So Abdul Rahman said, Okay, so he began leading collateral fudger. They went into the first chakra, they stood up, and the Profit System comes back with Molina In short, but, and Melinda avventura was the one who was carrying his water and his staff. You know, the the process of there was

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always somebody who volunteered, there was no servant, there was somebody who volunteered. And then mohito was not a slave or a servant. He's a noble Sahabi. But what better servant, you know what a better job to do than to be a servant to the processor. So he volunteers to go out and take care of the processor. So Molina comes back. And when he sees that I've been leading the site up, he's about to go forward to tell him get back the process of his ear, and the process and holds on to him. And they stand at the end of the line, and it's dark, and it's cold, and everybody is covered. So nobody recognizes. Nobody recognizes, and the Salah finishes, and the process of them stands up to pray,

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one Raka and everybody standstill,

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what's going to happen now?

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What's going to happen now, I've got a man does not know what to do. He's just sitting there quietly. And then the process finishes and he sees them all waiting for him. And it goes, but sabaton you have done correct. This is exactly what needs to be done. The Salah should have been started, and you did what is correct.

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So this is the one time that the Prophet sallallahu I sent him prayed an entire Raka behind somebody now.

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He did pray behind one other Sahabi and that is of course of a vaca Siddiq. We all know this but the big question, did he pray a full record behind a worker's deal? And Allah knows best. I spent an hour doing just this research just this. There are two times that a robot could

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kinda lead the process from Salah. Let me explain. Let me explain.

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One time, early Medina, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to resolve a dispute from one of the tribes. And it was most likely at the time where the Adhan was called, and he did not come back. And they didn't know what time he would come back. And he was at a far away out of province or whatever, not province, but you know, the outskirts of Medina. And so, villas to Oba could lead the solid across Nigeria. And the assumption was he would come before Muslim. And Abu Bakar stood up in the south, and led began the Salah, but the Prophet system came in the first trucker.

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And they began to make noises, the Sahaba they began to make noises. And they began to whistle in the Salah. And they began to clap.

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Right. And Abu Bakar did not budge, because Abu Bakar when he was in Sadat, he was insular. But the noise level is increasing very loud. And there's whistling and clapping and not noise, and our workers in front. So he turns around and he sees and there is of course, now when the processing came, now it's daytime, everybody can see him. So wherever he would go, the Sahaba would let him go forward until he is standing and soften open. Okay, so he is standing behind workers now. So he turns around and he sees the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And when the process of them sees him seeing him, sees him looking at him, so

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mechanic, it is helpful and permissible to communicate to others insider with your hands. You may communicate with your hands, that's permissible, says mechanic stay there, stay where you are. And a worker went up like this, that hamdulillah and then Elijah Takara he walked backwards. He walked backwards because you're not supposed to face the fibula, a journey from the Qibla and he walked backwards allowing the profitsystem to come forward. Right. So the processing came forward, finish the Salah, and then when the Salah is finished so then he says that all worker Why did you not listen to me? When I told you to stay mama neck? Why did you come back? And a worker said Mark can

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live in Abuja kochava. It is not befitting for the son of Abu kochava to lead Rasulullah saw Solomon Salah How can I lead him in Salah makanda might not mean Then he said to the people

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don't make noises inside Ah, don't clap and whistle inside out. If you need to say something or communicate. What should the men do? Subhana Allah.

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And he said in an atmosphere called indosat let the women clap. But the woman clap and let them in and say Subhana Allah. This was the Hadith that that came that said women should any clap and saw that and the men should say Subhana Allah, so he didn't actually pray a full

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Raka behind our workers. So

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he started the salad behind him, he became known for a while and then

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switch happened, okay.

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In the week before the final, the death of the Prophet so seldom, there is a controversy

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did the process and pray behind a buck whether or not

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there is a controversy.

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the strongest opinion seems to be

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that when the process of them came out too weak to stand up

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Abu Bakar is the UK prayed next to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam on his right hand side. And the processing was sitting down. And Abu Bakar was following him. And the Sahaba were falling over because they couldn't see the process of sitting down.

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This is the strongest opinion there is another opinion that the Prophet system set and abubaker is leading.

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But imagine others they say, it doesn't make sense. How could a worker do this one even before he didn't do that, right. And in fact, it seems to be the case. And there are versions that that that that mentioned this that they saw a robot can overclock or solder processor. Right. So they were following a boubakeur and a worker was following the process. And in fact, from this, we certainly Muslims derive the status of workers. The oma looks to a worker and a worker is looking to the profits. So this is our understanding of workers to do so. The strongest position which I I think is very clear when you look at the narrations and Allah knows best but I spent quite a while doing this

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today as well. Allah knows best it doesn't appear that the prophet SAW I said and prayed behind Abu Bakar in the week that he passed away rather on that one occasion when he went out very weak. He was the Imam

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but he couldn't stand up so I will worker became the call it now it'd be a man call it the middle. But he's not technically the Imam. A worker is not the Imam. It is the Profit System and then a worker and then the so we can say if this narrative is correct, that Abdur Rahman Ibn Al is the only Sahabi whom the Prophet says and made a sedge de and he was the Imam

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and that is a blessing every Sahabi has certain blessings I will bucha no doubt is greater than 100 elf in 1,000,001 ways but in this one way up the ribbon now has a full Lila that even abubaker did not appear to get and that is that an entire rocker one rocker was prayed behind Abdurrahman mouth, and inside mentions in his double heart and the chain is slightly weak, but no problem in narrating it that the Prophet system set at this occasion, never did any prophet die until he prayed behind a righteous man from his oma.

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never did any prophet die unless until he prays behind one righteous man that was oma. So this is a son of a law that even the prophets have to pray behind somebody of their own who is righteous. Now the Hadith is not fully authentic, but the concept inshallah is valid. And and there is no question that anybody whom the process of is praying behind must be a righteous person. There's no question logic, human nature, the Koran soon is pretty obvious. This must be the This must be the case. And

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also of the blessings of

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mouth was how the profitsystem defended him when another Sahabi criticized him.

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And this is actually a very controversial story, in that it's easily misinterpreted, but as you know me we will say it and inshallah, if you speak the truth, and you're clear about it, there's no room for misinterpretation. And this story occurs

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A few months after the conversion of Harley Davidson Walid harden, even in Walid converted before the conquest of Makkah. And

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after the conquest of Makkah, the Prophet salla, Selim sent Harley dibner Walid to the tribe of the Banu Jews ama, and

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this is where it gets

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awkward or whatnot.

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When the contingent arrives to the tribe of the Buddha Dhamma

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the tribe wanted to embrace Islam.

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And so it's as if they are saying that Okay, we're not going to fight. We, we submit because remember, after the conquest of Mecca, the process of sent many small groups to basically see if the other tribes are going to convert or fight

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So the tribe of the Buddha Dhamma. They had their swords and they had their armor, as if they're going to fight. When they saw it was harder than it will lead. They put their swords down. And when Khalid said Why do you have your swords out? You want to fight? They said, No, we're worried for another tribe that they're having a war with. In case it was that tribe in the distance we became armed. Now that it's you. We know what's happened. We've heard the story. And and then they said, are the Saba now. Now Saba was their way of saying, Islam now. Advanced Arabic here, right? Saba was their way of saying we have accepted Islam.

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But it's not the standard way of saying Islam now.

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Because the Arabs would call the religion of the process of them

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that this is called Saba, right? from the same route as sabi on the same route, that he's left the way of idolatry and found the way of Ibrahim they would call the wave of humans the way of Sabah. So they sell a sabat knockout savarna. And hardy did not accept this from them for whatever reason, and we excuse him for what we don't accuse him of intentionally doing this. And he commanded that they all be taken prisoner and be executed as as enemies of war.

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And the Mahajan and unsalted said, No, they have accepted Islam. We're not going to listen to you. So they did not listen to Haldeman, Waleed. But some of the new converts were more than happy, because of personal grudges between the orange and the Vanunu dama. Okay. And so people were killed,

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people were killed. And when the contingent returned to the processor, and

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the processor found out what had happened, had it is inside Buhari, he raised up his hands, he faced the Qibla. And he said, Oh, Allah, I have nothing to do with what Khalid just did.

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Meaning I did not tell him to kill those people. I have nothing to do with what Khalid just did. And he asked hearted, why did you do what you did? and higher than what he gave his excuse that they didn't, they weren't really accepting Islam. They just wanted to protect themselves. Now, you know, in our study, by the way, which Khalid clearly did not know, in our study, what do we believe? If somebody accepts Islam, even at that stage, what do we do? Accept it. Clearly, yani Khalid is a new Muslim, and he just whatever reason he just feels this is not going to work with me, you know. And Abdul Rahman, they've now said to Khalid, at this time, that you killed them because of a personal

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grudge, because they killed your uncle, and the days of jelly now, you know, how the Arabs were, they would live these things on for generation. And how does the new Muslim remember he is a brand new Muslim few months old now. So we forgive him for this outbreak? He turns to Abdullah hub mouth, and he uses some very harsh language, some very,

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let's just say harsh language, leave it at that. And

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he says to him, and how about your own father? out

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whom the same group Burnage with ama killed?

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Now this isn't the days of jaha going back 40 years? Right? You know, the Arabs, they never forgot these grudges, you know, this, like, the GI the Arabs, this was all their vengeance, you kill this, you kill that? It was just like, that's the way it's gonna be. And so hardly the world is saying, You owe me a favor because I killed some of the Buddha Dhamma your own father was killed by this tribe. Now you have the audacity to rebuke me. Rather, you owe me a favor because I did this to them.

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And he used some very harsh language against Abdurahman you've been out

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and the process of me standing there.

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And then the process of otter is one of the most famous ahaadeeth that we've all heard, but hardly anybody knows the context. The Hadith is Bukhari and Muslim the Hadith is well known, but hardly anybody knows the context. And the Hadeeth is, lotta subu us hobby. Don't curse my companions. From a law he if one of you were to give the mountain of offered in gold, it would not be equivalent to one hand of what they gave or not even half of a hand of what they gave.

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If you give the mountain of offered as gold, it would not be one hand of grain, not even half of a hand of grain for what what

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left here to basically all of my good deeds were being returned to me. So he's worried now that he's not going to get the blessings of the hero, even though he himself lived a very simple life. And it is said that his clothes and his demeanor and his appearance, you could not tell him apart from his servants. He did not. And this is the way of all of the elite of the Sahaba. Those that were blessed with wealth such as response such as our there might have been no such as, and zubayr they had wealth, but that wealth did not occupy their hearts, and they were the most generous and and Abdul Rahman is one of those that is demonstrating that generosity. And despite the fact that

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he indeed did have so much wealth, it was not shown on his appearance, you couldn't see him to be wealthy, even though when he died, he owned more than 1000 camels. 1000 camels, most of the people at that time did not even own a single camel. It's like in many third world countries, most people don't own a car. Imagine that's still the case. I've owned 1000 camels, and many 1000s of sheep, and and the list goes on and on review, and you read the books of origin. And he left four wives, all each one of them got 80,000 dirhams. That's like a fortune. And, and the wives are getting one eighth, and because therefore they're getting one fourth of one eighth, so do the math here. Right.

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So one fourth of one eight, and they're getting 80,000 dirhams. So after American mouth is leaving a fortune, and when he died, he gave the we'll see ya that everybody's so happy is going to get this many gold coins. And every mother of the believer is going to get 400 gold coins. So that is the one third that he's allowed to do as he pleases with Who does he give it to the battery, and the mothers of the believers. This is at the time of his of his deathbed. And therefore clearly I've done 100 now was of the wealthiest of the Sahaba. And this is the son of a law as you give to Allah He gives back to you. He was a very generous man and a law continued to give back to him. I've got a man he

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married frequently as is the case amongst the Sahaba the the norm of the Sahaba as Mashallah Tabata cola. They had they had they had I knew exactly where the the comments would come from.

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After a man had how many wives Do you want to guess? Yeah, Fulani want to get some I don't wanna say your name on the thing.

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How did you know?

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How did you know I'm surprised?

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Oh, you read up on it. You serious?

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Okay only about the marriages.

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He had 16 wives

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16 wives Michelle at about a cola. In the course of his life. He had 16 wives and he had more than 25 children Marshall that's about a cola more than 25 children he had and

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he left as we said a fortune for all of his wives and children when he passed away each one of them inherited Mashallah massive amounts of money. And of course his most famous son, as we said was Abu Salah who became one of the folk Maha Sabha one of the fuqaha Sabha one final point and then just two or three headed then we're done for the day.

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Unfortunately, there is a well known yet weak or fabricated Hadith that a lot of people know about. Now, but it is not true. is not authentic. And that is the Hadith that the profitsystem allegedly said, but the right to Abdurahman now fear the whole agenda to have wha I saw the processor allegedly saying this not authentic it I saw now entering Jenna, like hobbling or crawling, he's not entering it properly. or in another version, that he's entering gender so many years after the rest of the people. Right. And this hadith has in it a number of people that are weak. And in fact even a Josie the famous scholar of Hadith No, Josie is a very famous humbling scholar at 595 hedgerow yBnL.

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Josie put this hadith in his GitHub and mobile apps, which is a book of fabricated Hadith. And he said this hadith is fabricated. Even though many other scholars they said it's not that low, but it's one level above it, which is basically moon cut or rejected. Right? That somebody made a mistake fabricated means somebody intentionally fabricated and one level above moon cut means somebody messed up and it's just not right. But it's not fabricated and the majority position of the scholars in fact, all of the scholars have already said this hadith is not authentic. And I mean, no, no, no need to go into all of the details of that. But suffice to say that this Heidi is not

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authentic because the chain of narrators has

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some major weaknesses and because it contradicts the simple reality that the amount of now is one of the 10 actionable Bashara How can one of the actionable Bashara be crawling intergender does not make any sense. So unfortunately, this headache is used by a lot of people, especially the storytellers when they talk about their job now if that oh, you know, because he was rich, he was gonna you know, no, there's no such thing have they're not an elf was indeed very rich and his riches will inshallah only help him to go higher and higher in gender very quickly. Narrow only has around 15 Hadith very little. And he was not known to be a hadith narrator. And I just wanted to

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quote on some hadith of Abdullah Carbonell from the Muslim Imam Ahmed, that of the Hadith of the of the reporter now that he said I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say that I witnessed the hidden film opatija been with my uncle's while I was a young lad. And I would not wish that my position there be substituted even if I had a whole flock of camel, meaning I would not want to be removed from that for a million dollars, I would rather be there and be a part of health and well being what is hidden from opatija been helpful food has been what is hidden from what I have been when the courage came together, and they agreed that there will be justice in Makkah, that no weak

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person will be taken advantage of by a strong person. So this is one of the Hadith narrated by after a month now that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that a law says so this is a hadith kotse from Abdullah habanero. And this is the only Hadith could see that is narrated from our brotherhood now that the prophets have said that Allah says, I am a man and I created a Rahim and Allah He means the womb or to be metaphorically means the family or Rahim means the womb. But what is the meaning of our Rahim in Arabic means the family. So I am a man and I created the family and I created the family from my name.

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And this editor is in Bahati as well. So I had this authentic. So motherfucka ladies, right. So I am a rock man.

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And I created a Rahim. R Rahman r Rahim. R Rahim as we said means the womb. But when you say a Rahim in Arabic, it's as if you're saying the English word, the family. So I am a man and I created the family. And I created family from my name.

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Right? The concept of family is coming from my name. So whoever is close to the family is close to me. And whoever breaks off from the family breaks off from me.

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Okay, so this is a beautiful Hadith narrated by Abdul Rahman even

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one of the tabs Iran says I met Abu Salah Ibn Abdul Rahman, the famous Dabiri and I said narrate to me something that you heard from the prophets of Allah, something that you heard from your father, from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam about the month of Ramadan. So, Abu Salah says I heard my father after a man say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah has made the fasting of cm fold and the Sunnah, which is the throw away. So whoever fast Ramadan and praise Ramadan, Eamon and YT saben all of his sins will be forgiven. Like the day his mother gave birth to him the famous Hadith, but now we have it from Abdul Rahman even from Abdullah Mr. Benioff, who said

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, if a woman prays her five prayers fast for one month, protects her chastity and listens to her husband, then it will be set to her enter Jenna from whatever door that she pleases from now, that one day the process of went outside the masjid and I followed him until he entered into a garden, and he fell into such depth. And he stayed there for a long time, until I began to feel that perhaps he had died in such depth.

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Then I started came close to him, and I looked, and when he saw me, he then went up from such there. And when he finished he said, What is the matter with you? Yeah, Abdurahman. So I explained to him pedego worried you're in such there for so long. So he said to me, God came to me and said, should I not give you glad tidings.

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Allah has said, that whoever prays upon you, he shall pray upon him. And whoever says Salaam upon you, Allah will send Salam upon him. Mon Sol de la Casa La vahana Santa Monica sola Marie. Right, so the famous Headey but now we get the beautiful story of Abdul Rahman following him and the even more beautiful story that probably

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fell into such the thanking Allah for such a long time when this happens, and time is up, I'll just quickly do the one Hadith that I wanted to do. There's others as well. But we'll just do one more Hadith. And that is

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from Abdul Malik now that he says now this is the data set that deals with butter. And we've done the story many times, but now we find it in the Muslim, remember that on the day of butter, I stood at the battle in my line, and I look to my right, and I look to my left, and I was disappointed to see two young lads from the OnStar. And I wished that I had been in a better company, rather than these two kids, you all remember the story, right? Then all of a sudden, one of them poked me. And he said, Oh, Uncle, do you know who Abu jihad is? And I said, Of course I do. What do you have to do with him? So he said, I have heard that he has cursed the prophets of the law while he was setting

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them. And I swear by the one who has my soul, that my shadow will not depart from me until I either kill him or he kills me. So I said, I'll show him to you. When I see him. before the battle could begin, the other one pokes and says the same thing. And I was amazed at this. And when I finally saw Abuja, I showed them who Abu Jihad was. And he goes, and he said, this is the man you have both been asked me about. So the both of them raced out for Tibet, or the both of them are basically racing out. And the both of them struck him until they killed him. And then they came back to the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam each one saying I did it, I did it. And the processor said, Did you wipe

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your swords? They said, No. So he said, Show me the swords. And both of the swords had blood on them. So the process was said, the both of you have killed, both of you have succeeded in killing wujiang. And this is, of course, why they've been armor, and why they've been a fraud or why women are for both of these names. So this is the famous hadith of Abdullah Mohammed. Now, this was

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between the two lads of the unsought and he said, I was happy now when I found out how eager they were and there are other ideas but time is over. So inshallah tada with this. We have finished up the romantic now, and next week, inshallah we'll move on to another national Bashara and that is sad. Ibn Abi waqqas insha Allah Bismillah.

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Abdul Rahman now I forgot to mention just a little bit for reminding me so he passed away in Medina, right in the time of earthman. And he was buried in Buckley air and a lot of HUD and according to the strongest opinion, he was around 74 or 75 years old. Okay. 7475 years old, and earth man led the janazah I forgot to mention this is Earth man led the janazah and sad even Obi Wan cos was the one holding on to the janazah both sides with his both hands the front sight, like yeah, as a respect, he held on to both of the sides and then other people behind him as well. So his his grave is in Buccleuch because he died in Medina and the falafel birth might have been fun in shallow shallow

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with this we'll stop for today and then resume next week and shallow down.

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Yes, a natural death is missing.

This talk sees Shaykh Yasir Qadhi delve into the life and times of another great Sahaba to have ever walked the face of the earth – AbdurRahman Ibn Awf RA.

Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf stepped into this world in the Banu Zuhura clan which had a similarity in the fact that it was also the tribe of the Prophet’s ﷺ mother, Aminah RA. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ gifted him the name – Abdur-Rahman Ibn ‘Awf, which means Servant of the Most Merciful One (Allah).

We are also made aware of the richness that Allah had bestowed upon him and yet how his life was an embodiment of extreme humility and gratitude.he always set himself the target of using his wealth to benefit the religion of Islam and to please Allah and took profound measures in ensuring so.his love for charity knew no bounds. Abdur-Rahman had extreme proximity with Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and so it comes as no surprise about his profound knowledge of Islam and his eagerness to spread the message of Islam everywhere.

Explicit details are shared and delved upon by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi on the early life of Abdur Rahman Ibn Awf RA, the reason behind his success and the lessons we can imbibe and emulate from his benevolent personality.

AbdurRahman Ibn Awf  RA left for his heavenly abode at the age of 75 years during the Khilafah of Uthman Ibn Affan RA.


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