Lives Of The Sahaba 01 – Abu Bakr al-Siddiq – PT 01

Yasir Qadhi


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In this new series about the lives of the sahaba, Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi takes us on a journey to get acquainted with family, lineage and tribe of the most prominent Sahaba to have ever walked the face of this earth – Abu Bakr As-Siddique [RA].

The talk commences with brief details on a biography of this great Sahaba .We are also made aware of his actual name and how it came into being.a mention is also made of his parents, his physical attributes and chief characteristics of this eminent personality. The traits that defined him included chastity, dignity, decency ,abstinence from intoxicants and gentleness and many more.

There is a striking resemblance in the usage of superlatives by Aishah RA to address the Prophet ﷺ and Abu Bakr RA which leads us to believe that the two were quite similar in their traits and behaviour.

As we move further in the enlightening video, Shaykh Yasir delves into the numerous nicknames that adorned this great man’s personality such as Al Atiq,As-Siddiq, Al Atqa and many more. These Lakhabs are authenticated with support from various Hadith recited by the Shaykh.

We are then introduced to the family of Abu Bakr RA – his marriages, his sons and daughters from these marriages. Also, the most beautiful achievement of this prestigious and beloved family is its conversion to Islam in entirety which was unlike any other Sahabi. This is commendable given the difficulty and lack of trust in these affairs by the ancestors.

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hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah wa d v woman wala hammerberg. So Hamdulillah, after finishing the seal of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in a total of 105 episodes at Hamdulillah, we did. Now, I have a slight change of heart, I had initially announced, we're going to do the mothers of the believers, we will still do that. But we will begin with the lives of the famous Sahaba. And we'll work our way to the mothers of the believers. So this is going to be our new series for the foreseeable future. And we will start with obviously overkill, so therefore the last one, and then work our way to the other famous, I haven't, I want to make a very important

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disclaimer here. This is not a series about the history of the whole affair. Rather, this is a series about the Sahaba. So we will talk about the whole alpha, obviously, in order, but the goal is not to talk about their reign and era. Rather, the goal is to talk about them in an entire biography. And of course, we'll have to mention some things about their eras. But it is not a comprehensive history of the whole of Russia, Dune, rather, it is a summary of the biographies of these four, great Sahaba and then others who have the after them. And we will continue talking about various Sahaba. And then we will also talk about the mothers of the believers. So this will be a

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series about introducing us to the lives of the greatest men and women who walked in the face of this earth, after the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is, of course, his Sahaba. And I have mentioned before, and I'll mention explicitly now. And by the way, the the allergy season is beginning. So you will notice this, where's the tissue box? Is there a tissue box can, can you because unfortunately, I didn't take my allergy medicine today.

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As I said, one of the reasons I'm hesitant to talk about the lives of the qualifier rashidun as a history of the qualifier, Ramadan, is because there are issues that take place just in the lives of the holder, there are issues that take place in the era of the whole affair that are problematic, and most problematic amongst them as a civil war. The civil wars that took place, the assassination of a man opened this door of fighting between the Muslims, and some of the people that we look up to Alia, Arusha, from the Allahu anhu. While we are the Allahu anhu, they're all going to war. And it is perhaps safer for us not to resurrect these past controversies. Because there's very little to be

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gained for the average Muslim, only the specialist wants to specialize in history, they will benefit for the most of us the methodology of Sunni Islam, in contrast to other versions of Islam, who love to talk about those controversies all the time. Certainly Islam. We don't like to mention these past controversies because it makes the heart hard. It makes there's no benefit. What happened happened. Talking about it now is not going to change anything. And as Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah Allah said, when he was asked about this controversy, he said, that was a time Allah saved us from participating with our hands. So why don't we as well save ourselves from participating with our tongues. Allah

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blessed us we weren't around to physically take parts. So handed out we didn't have to choose sides. We did not have to choose sides. Imagine any what a fitna it was that you have Rh on one side, you have Ali, on the other side, you have so many of the Sahaba themselves divided. So we don't want to talk about that controversy want to gloss over it? Because of this, I don't think it is appropriate or wise to talk about, in detail, the era of the qualifier, Raj, you don't. And also, I do not know of any person who has attempted to, especially in modern times have any series about this issue, except that he has gotten into major controversies from the scholars of the world, because you're

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never going to say something that's going to please everybody, you're going to say things that will go this way or that way. And I just don't see the point. Not that, as you know, I'm a very frank and blunt person, and I speak my mind. But in this case, I don't see the point. Let it be what happened happened. Let's move on. So with that disclaimer, because I don't want somebody to come and say, after they listen to the series, Oh, you didn't talk about this? You don't you didn't talk about that. Yes, I didn't put the condition on myself to be comprehensive. So with that disclaimer, let us begin with the greatest of the Sahaba and that is Abu Bakar, also the owner of the Allahu taala and

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who and inshallah by the end of today, and this is part one of a walker will continue next week, we will realize how dismally ignorant we are, how little we know really, we think we know but we're lucky we know so little. And this the reason therefore for these types of seminars is to gain some basic knowledge about some of these great individuals. If I

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To ask you, what is the name of Abu Bakar? acidic? What is the name of the greatest Sahabi who ever lived? Then who amongst you would be able to tell me his name? Simply his name, because obviously His name is not Sadiq, and abubaker is a laptop or a title. What is his name?

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Book offers his father

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His name is Google that

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his name is Abdullah hibben earthman. I've been I've been I've been kept inside even a team I've been immortalized in a cabinet even new to it. So Abdullah bin earthman is his name, Abdullah Ibn resna. And he meets with the prophets of all they sell them in the sixth grandfather, and the sixth grandfather, and that is gap even Louis. So the Prophet says no bucket, they go back six generations to the same person because obviously, our bucket is Cora she and his sub tribe is what?

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Blue Team Blue Team Quraysh, the subtribe bundle team, but our team was not of the big names of the chorus, you know, the, the big names were divided omiya the benefit of the doubt the bundle hash, and these are the big names, the bundle MK zoom, which I wish I had was from these were the big ones. As for the bundle teams, and then Bob's is the bundle ID.

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Earth man is who maiya Ali is, of course,

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brainwash him, right so all of these names, you should know them the sub tribes have the courage. Now it is said that Abu Bakar was born with the name Abdullah Kava. His father called him Abdullah Kava, but when he embraced Islam, the process of changed it to Abdullah so his name is Abdullah even earthman. So Abu Bakar therefore is a lot of it is it is a nickname that is given to him. And it appears that this nickname was given to him by his father. So it was common for a father to nickname the son. This is not his kunia because he did not have a son called Bucher. This was simply a a title, a nickname that his father gave him and he was known even in jelly as abubaker. So his father

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used to call them Abu Bakar. And what does bucket mean? bucket is the young energetic camel

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and of course this is like the the the sign of the you know, Arabs This is the young young male camel is called a bucket. And that's from the phrase the Arabs are either but karate Avi him, that's where it comes from. So as a young male camel, so aboubaker kind of means the one who has all of the camels, the one who can control this camel, that's the meaning of aboubaker and the name bhaker was also common and it is still common, not that common, but still there are people that call themselves you know, Bucher is a common name and the meaning therefore is a young powerful male camel. So aboubaker, as I said, indicates that he is going to be wealthy have lots of camels controlled the

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camels is basically the one who controls these young camels. This is the title or the the nickname the pet name that his father gave him. And this name was the name that stuck in Jackie Lee and in Islam. And his father, of course, all of you one of you already said he also had a title and that is Abu hanifa Abu hanifa and I will offer his name was man. So Abdullah man, his his name his title or his laptop if you like was I will go half hour and a half

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to half hour with Obama and some people say hahaha but it is cool hava Abu hanifa Abu hanifa.

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When did you accept Islam remind me

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conquest of Mecca. He accepted Islam at the conquest of Mecca. And while in the Macan phase, and in the Medina and phase he clearly was not a Muslim.

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And he does have phrases of harshness. He doesn't appear to have been of the blatant enemies of Islam, like oh my god, or like, even Oh, Sophia, before he converted. He seems to be a minor. He has some harsh words, if you remember, in the story of the digital hofa got irritated at a smart, his granddaughter, when she found out that wovoka had taken all of the money and a smile was hiding this from him. He slapped a smack across the face. And he said bad things about the processor now boubakeur, so he was angry. But this is not an I'm not defending his his he was a coward at the time, but this is an angry that his son hasn't left money for the family.

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Nonetheless, he did have some negative statements about the process and but his animosity was not that open or that harsh, as was the animosity of others of the corporation.

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And he did in fact accept Islam. And of course the story of Islam is well known that he accepted Islam. At a very late age probably he was 90 years old at the time, and so he's half blind and he cannot walk. So he was carried on a stretcher if you like groaner, in fact, a shield They say he was put on a shield and he was carried to the Prophet Sall, Allahu Allah, he was setting them at the conquest of Mecca. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that famous phrase, Hello, Dr. Bishop in May, why didn't you leave the share the old man at home, we would have come to him. And abubaker said, No, it is more befitting that he should come to you. And the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam may do out for him, tapped him on his heart. And you know a slim to slim. He said, accept Islam, Allah will be merciful to you. So he accepted Islam after all of those years at the age of 90, and the process of congratulated abubaker that your father has embraced Islam. And as I said, at the time, a worker began crying and he said, Yeah, Rasulullah I would willingly give this up if I thought they were here, because he knew the love of the process and probably thought because I wish I will find it. We're here instead of my own father. That's how much you know, love he had for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and of course at this conversion story as well. He said

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the famous Hadith that is in Bukhari, and Muslim is the famous fifth Hadees that Abu hanifa His hair was Pidgin white as what that is a complete white, everything around him was white. So the President told the women of the household, go and change this and diet some color, but avoid pure black. So from this we get, the sooner that the one who has completely white hair should have some type of dye, and this is the son of the Prophet alongside him. So the father of a worker is Abu hanifa. The mother of Abu Bakar is Selma, Binti, Sahil, Salma been the Sahaba. And his mother accepted Islam very early on, unlike the Father. So the mother accepted Islam from the very beginning, one of the

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first female converts in the early Mexican stage was the mother of aboubaker and abubaker rhodiola. One, so his mother and father basically both embraced Islam, the father later on the mother early on, and oh, but God has been described by a number of eyewitnesses, as having been of light complexion, the appealed word is used, and appealed. I've said this many times when an Arab is described as LBL. This does not mean what we call white, because they would call white us follow up be out for the Arabs mentioned wheatish, brown, light light brown, so we would call it wheatish complexion. So when the Arabs say obvious, they don't mean white, even tobuild means white, but they

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considered wheatish skin, they would call it appeal, as for white skin, they will call the diello. us for and he is because he is described as being tall and extremely skinny, thin, many, many narrations about he didn't have flesh, his thighs were small, his, his his arm, his belt always kept on slipping, you know, his belt kept on moving down because he was a thin man, very thin person, not much flesh on his body, Razor straight always, you know, standing somewhat tall, and his, even his shins. So he was very bony, basically not fleshy at all, like a very thin, frail man, and tall relatively for the people of his time. And we don't know much about his early life, but we do know

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some things about Obamacare. So do that make him stand out from the crowd of them, which is expressly reported in many, many incidents of the series. And even it was that abubaker was the most knowledgeable of the Sahaba. Regarding immortal, and sab, then the science of genealogy. There is a branch of, of literature, and a branch of knowledge and even a branch of Islamic knowledge. And one of my teachers, I remember telling me that this branch of Islamic knowledge is the least studied in all of the branches of Islamic knowledge. So much so that it is almost a forgotten science. And this is very true. It's not taught anywhere in any university. And once that was not taught, you have to

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go study it on your own and what not anyone unsaved basically means genealogies. And in those days, I mean, if you were to be an Arab we went we went, we went over this, we talked about what it meant to be an Arab, to be an Arab was a bloodline. It wasn't an ethnicity as much as it was a massive tribe. Every single Arab was therefore somehow related to every other Arab.

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Correct, think about it, right? Every Arab would go back to either Iran or to

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Bhutan, right. And every single Arab would know his lineage back to these people. So every person would know his own lineage, but who's going to interconnect? This is Elmo and sap.

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And included with Elmo and SAP, what we would call is a record historian.

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So we call a historian. They call it Edwin and sap. So anyone and sap is not just the NASA, the genealogy, but also what happened at each level. And the histories and the battles and the tragedies and the dramas all of this is in one answer. So this is a walker is a historian if you like, and it is narrated and urbanists have multiple times, that whenever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go to give that word to a tribe, he would take aboubaker with him, and he would ask him about God, Who are these people? What do I need to know about them basically, right? I don't know, but God would tell him These are so and so the children of so and so, this happened with them, these are

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their speciality is this is you know, don't mention this topic. So, I will Barker was the personal if you like, necessary job or the genealogist or the historian of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and also in the famous incident of his son had been Sabbath, that when the chorus wrote a satirical poem against the Prophet so seldom the process of said to his son stand up and respond to this point, and debris will help you. So his son said Yasuda, I don't know anything about the Porsche. I don't know what to say what not to say. So he said Abu Bakar stand and go with him and tell him all he needs to know. So abubaker was the one chosen that you give the facts has said you

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make the point. Right. So this is now teamwork. By the way, you managers here, this is teamwork, each speciality that the guy who knows the facts, the guy who knows the the how to make the points come together, and go and and do your job. And even hedger also narrates that abubaker was the most beloved of the nest baboon, the animal and sub Specialists of the kurush because he never uttered a vulgarity or a bad thing about anybody. It was in his nature, that he never mentioned that type of stuff. And he would overlook it even in the days of Jamia. So he became beloved because everybody would only hear the good about his tribe. And kind of, of course, our worker knew that stuff. And he

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needed to he could say it. So when I said needed it, he told them things, but it was not his nature to go and smear other people, which was in contrast to other genealogists who would love to smear other tribes and boost their own obika was that fair and neutral person so that people loved him for this. And in fact, there's a hadith narrated in Sahih Muslim, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that in the abubaker, a Nazi and Saudi Arabia that Abu Bakar is the most knowledgeable of the element and sub in the Quran. So the prophets are some testified to this knowledge of Abu Bakar. Also of the things that we know even from before Islam is that he was a chaste, dignified,

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decent character. assumedly, the famous historian, he mentioned that abubaker rhodiola, who, even before coming to Islam, he never drank alcohol. He never engaged in premarital Fantasia, and he never venerated an idol. And this is very rare for the pre Islamic Arabs, very rare. And it was one of those very few people that didn't do any of these things. And there's a report by Isla de la one had that she mentioned her father. And she says that Abu Bakar made Hamas haram on himself, even before Islam will welcome in humble how long because he she says, once a book are passed by as a young man, he passed by a drunkard on the street. And the drunkard was acting in a manner that

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drunkards act and he had put his hand in defecation on the street, and his hand was full of this, and he's waving it in the air. And you know, the disgusting thing is coming from his from his hand, and I will bucker felt such disgust at this, that from that time on, even though he was a young man is that I don't want to drink, comma, and will lie, this is so true. Those amongst us who you know, have never drunk drunk comma, and yet we look at the people wonder, what would be the pleasure that you would want to act like this? Why would you want to put yourself in that situation. And this is a vocalist, as well, that he's just looked at the reality of alcohol and he says, I don't want to act

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like this. So he made Hummer heroin on himself. And once he was giving a talk to the Sahaba, after the death of the processor in his khilafah, and he mentioned something about himself, and he said in that sermon, that I have never prostrated to an idol in my life. So he's telling about his own autobiography, I never prostrated to an idol. And he told the story that when I came of age, my father took me to the temple in Makkah, the idol temple, and he told me, these are your gods, you must worship them, and he left me with them. So Booker said, I went to one of these idols and said, I am hungry, feed me, but the idle didn't do anything. So I went to another I said, I want clothes,

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give me food, give me clothes. The idle didn't do anything. So abubaker are the last one. realize that this is rude.

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He In fact, took a stone and smacked the idol. And the idol basically fell down. Our Booker said I would never worshipped an idol in my life. So this story is of course reminiscent of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam, that simply looking at the idols, you know this is but it's not going to be effective. And so what got us to do, even before the coming of Islam did not ever bow his head down to prostrate to an idol. And this shows us the purity of the fitrah of Abu Bakar as a deal, and of course, he was also known throughout his life as being a very gentle, soft hearted, soft spoken person. And because of this, of course, he was beloved amongst the people of the kurush always

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people have a gentle nature become Beloved, always the the modest, the meek, the humble people, they are the ones who are the most beloved in the community and obaku Cydia was indeed like that. And in the famous narration, we'll come to this inshallah next week, when, excuse me.

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the blue team is subtribe withdrew the protection, you know, when the persecution began, the per the boycott began. So they withdrew for the, for the protection. And Abu Bakar was about to migrate to Abbey sr, as well.

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abubaker was about to migrate everything because his own tribe and his own father took away their protection. So he was gonna go, as we said, many times, if you don't have protection, you don't have a visa. It's like your visa is gone, you cannot live there anymore. So when he's about to leave one of the other chieftains of the of the people of Mecca, even though does he know? It? No, does he know he said, Oh, but could you cannot leave us, you cannot leave us, you are the ones who are who you are the one who is good to his relatives, and takes care of the orphan and feeds the poor, and helps the one in distress. Now, these phrases you heard them before,

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who said them to whom?

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How deja said very similar phrases about the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and even had your comments on this. And he says, It is amazing that two different people Khadija and Eva who said the same thing about two different people abubaker and the profit system without having agreed or met and the description as of two different people, which demonstrates that the both of their similarities and characteristics and o'clock overlap with one another. You see the point here, that the same descriptions that Khadija gave of the province are some pretty much those phrases and slight different wording or whatnot are found in Abu Bakar that says, You are nice to your

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relatives, you take care of the poor, you feed the orphan, you shelter and you help all of the people who need help. This is exactly what Khadija said, of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this shows us the overlapping natures of the two people, the prophet Sunnah. And, of course, the process of was obviously much more in this regard than a worker, but still there is some overlap. Also, as a young man, a worker has to the growing up, and being a young man, he was engaged in trade, and he took multiple trips to Rome, not to Rome, excuse me, the Roman Empire, not Rome, to the city of

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Basra, Basra, the city of Basel, which is outside of Damascus. And so multiple times he went there, and he amassed a good amount of wealth. Inside the famous historian in his heart. He says, when a worker embraced Islam, he owned 40,000 their homes, he owned 40,000 dirhams. So this would make him what we would call middle class. He's not wealthy, and he's not poor $40,000 homes, then when he embraced Islam, then he became busy with that, and so he didn't earn the types of money that he used to. So embracing Islam, you can say he's of a middle class, background, social economically. And a worker acidic is known for two titles that were given to him. The first is alactic. It and the

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second is acidic. And there are others as well. We'll talk about what these are the two famous ones that have the titles of aboubaker is allottee. And of his titles, of course, is also deep. As for an attic, there are a number of opinions about who gave him this title. One opinion is that his mother gave him this title. Why? Because she had two children before a worker and they both died. And so

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when Abu Bakar survived, when a worker survives, so it means the one who is freed. It means the one who is freed up to free, so it is the one who is freed. So when a worker survived, he was free

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from death,

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so she gave him your the fried one. Allah saved you from death, or others, it also means the old or the first. And so one opinion is that he was called the attic, because he was always the first to do some good. So there's another pin. So this would mean that he was called an attic in the days of Mahalia. The other opinion is that it was the Prophet Mohammed sysm, who gave him the title of it in Islam. And this has its basis in some a hadith. In one Hadith in most of the talk about how Kim and assuming that we've been Monsoor, with the senate v law, it is said that he was sitting in the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and a worker came to visit. And the process of him said,

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Whoever wants to see alacrity, come in and now let him Look at this person. And I did want to know the one who saved from Jana. Now, this hadith is slightly weak, but there's an authentic hadith in Timothy, that the Prophet says, and I said to Abu Bakar, shall be happy and rejoice because until it Allah he mean and now you are it Allah min and now you are the one whom Allah has saved from the fire. So

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another opinion and this inshallah seems to be the good one. Both opinions are correct. He was called an attic by his mother. But the reason was because he was saved from death. And the prophet SAW Selim said, No, you're actually attic from the fire of hell. So he upgraded the term it to mean the one freed from the fire and not just the one who is who was saved. So of the names that abubaker was known as his olatuja. But of course, his most famous title is also do so that when we say us a deal in Islam, the one person that our minds turned to automatically and immediately is aboubaker. So, this is his primary title. And there are many narrations in the Sunnah of the Prophet system

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that mentioned us a deal as being of the titles of a worker, of course, the most authentic one which is in Bahati and also a version of Islam Muslim is that the Prophet system and a worker and Ramadan Earth man were climbing the mountain of Word of God began to rumble and shake and the process of them patted the mountain with his foot and he said earth but offroad calm down or hood for in NEMA la can be Yun was so deep on Russia hidden for the only people on you right now are a nebby and they severe and two shades.

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So this is much tougher Allah Hadith, that the Prophet system is calling Abu Bakar

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and nebby, acidic and Ushahidi so the Prophet system is calling abubaker he is a sodium. Now, of course, this is of the most authentic, but the story that is the most well known, and the story is found in the books of Sierra. So you know, it goes down a little bit level, but nonetheless nothing nothing wrong with narrating is the famous story, all of you are aware of this, we discussed this, Mashallah three, four years ago when he talked about this incident of this short Mirage, that when the profitsystem was told by jabril, to announce Israel Mirage, he announced it in front of the gamma remember the story, and the people began to quiz him. And they ridiculed him. And a man came,

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you know, running and said to avocados to do some type of friend would have been or an acquaintance or a neighbor in order to cause a worker to doubt. So he says, Do you know what your companion has just said? He said what he said he's just said he's gone back from Jerusalem. He went to Jerusalem and came back and the same night.

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So the avocado said, they said, if he said this, then he has spoken the truth. If he said this, because I don't know who you are, I don't I cannot trust you. But if he said it, he has spoken the truth for casada. So this man said,

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Will you believe him to Assad dico? Who said saddam is to believe, will you believe him? And he claims to have gone to Jerusalem and come back in one night.

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And the prophet SAW as a worker said, or somebody who I believe him in something even more incredulous or amazing than this, I believe him when he says that, what he comes to him from the heavens, morning and evening. So what's the big deal if I believe he comes from Jerusalem and back right? So after this incident, it is said in the books of Sierra that he was called us to do and of course, this is also a

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valid story that we can use to talk about the issue of acidic and there are other as well narrations that mentioned this title or this description of abubaker and of them is a very, very beautiful Hadith narrative.

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Sahih Muslim that it is said that once the process was sitting in the mejlis and the gathering in his Masjid, and Abu Bakar came rushing into the masjid, with his,

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with his his arm raised up, and there is a look on his face, and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam looked at a worker and said, in Sahiba conquer the armor your friend meaning that's how the arrows will say in the cyber communes your friend here your companion seems to have had an argument now. So clearly you could see the tension in the face of a worker. When a worker came to the gathering, he greeted the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. He said Yasuda love or messenger of Allah, something happened between me and a motivational hot top. And my soul got the better of me. Meaning I couldn't control my tongue. Meaning I said things that I shouldn't have said, then I regretted it. So I asked

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him to forgive me, but he refused to forgive me.

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So I came immediately to you, meaning to act as an intermediary, right? So he comes to the Prophet system and tells him the story. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, A godfather Allahu laka abubaker for Allahu Allah kya abubaker Zafar Allahu laka abubaker means you don't have to come to me. Allah has forgiven you. obachan Allah has forgiven you a lot for giving you this is amazing because without even listening to the sight of it.

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You don't need to in this case, Abu Bakar whatever he has done, Allah has forgiven him. la foto La la la for three times. Overall la Hola. So Booker sat down. In the meantime, Omar rhodiola. One, his temper calm down. And he began to regret. What did he regret that I should have forgiven? I shouldn't have been so hot tempered that I will workers asking and telling me I'm sorry. And I say I'm not going to forgive you. He said he's sorry. So Omar, who went to the house of a worker knocked on the door. He's not there right now. So I'm gonna hop things he must be in the masjid. So he goes to the masjid. And lo and behold, there is a boubakeur there is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam. And so

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Bob says salam, and the profit systems face is clearly irritated with Omar. And Omar sits down terrified, and his face still remains angry with her. And that will block her sensing the tension

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gets up on his knees like, you know, you stand up like this. And he says, as he's feeling pity for Omar, he feels sorry for Omar that this you know, if he wants to now basically make sure for our for Omar, after he came complaining about Omar right. So he says Yasuda law, I was the one who was the more in the error of the meaning I said things I shouldn't have said right. Now, before I get to the end of this, how did how amazing is this headed? Well, like how beautiful is to how many benefits you can extract of the simplest benefits is

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the Sahaba are human beings. And even if you're a worker and Omar, you're going to have words between you.

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Even if you're obachan Omar, you're going to have issues even though they were the best friends. They were the best friends. And we just mentioned last week or multiple hops and how could I possibly be the leader of a home in whichever worker is and he was no no picked up the handle worker said there can be no leader other than a worker. So they are the best of friends. But still, even in the best of friends, you're going to get some column some back and forth. So the both of them got a little bit tempered. But what is the role model that they demonstrate? The both of them calm down immediately. And the both of them want to resolve the conflict not continue the conflict. The

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profitsystem abubaker goes through the process of using my chef our robot goes to a vicar's wife then he goes to the process of wanting to defuse the situation. And this is how they are role models. Not that they never fought, but that when they fought they demonstrate such such manners, the both of them. We also noticed a workers tenderness that he feels sorry for Omar now. He feels sorry for Omar. So he actually tells the processor, Yasuda you know I did more wrong, any of them because I'm the one who did more, even though we're like we don't know the details, but we know for sure. Even if Hoboken got temporary he didn't do any volume. He didn't cross that type of red line.

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Maybe a little bit of harshness, but how could a worker be that harsh right? nonetheless Romanus temper is also almost temper and he refused to forgive a worker at that time. Because I'm not going to forgive you I've crossed the line. So now all bucket is saying trying to calm the profitsystem down, saying Yasuda I was the one who was the more guilty of the two and at this the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said that

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Allah subhana wa tada sent me to you, while Allah just sent in Allah are suddenly in a coma Allah has sent me to meaning as a prophet. And all of you said, initially, he is lying, meaning the process of his life.

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Only aboubaker said, He is speaking the truth sadhak. So, from this we get the point of sodic. Right? All of you said he is lying initially, only abubaker said, He is speaking the truth. And it is abubaker who has made me his partner with himself and his wealth, meaning his daughter and his money he has made me like I am his complete family. No one amongst you in another Hadith, he said, manna for any modern commodity Viehbacher, nobody's money has benefited me like the money of a bucket of soda. So he now is praising abubaker so much. And then he said, For hella Tarik Lee Sahabi. So why don't you leave my saw him alone?

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Why don't you leave my companion alone, he calls him my Sahib. And he is speaking in direct reference to a liberal hapa who is the second side. But there is no comparison even between a worker and Omar. And so after this, nobody ever crossed paths with a worker in a negative manner. When the processor said, leave my saw him alone, do not irritate him. After this, nobody irritated him till he died. Because this is the status that I will back it up. So they had and in a similar version, the processor said that there was not a single one of you who, when I invited him to Islam, hesitated at least a little, except for Abu Bakar.

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For one, I invited him to Islam he embraced without any hesitation. So nobody embraced Islam instantaneously. Like aboubaker everybody else little bit of back and forth and arguing and convincing. Only abubaker embraced Islam without a second's hesitation. So this therefore demonstrates why is he called acidic? Okay, so of his titles is an attic of his titles is a severe and there are other titles that are not that well known as some of the earliest scholars say, Zoe, I think that Allah and Allah wa means the one who is turning to Allah all the time. Also, according to one report, when Allah revealed was the Eugen Nebo has a car. What's the agenda boil at car, Allah

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duty manometer zeca. This is a reference to a walker. And the books of Tafseer mentioned this show of His name's his car. Because at home he is the one with the most taqwa. And Allah revealed this verse for aboubaker. This

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was the agenda.

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So one of his titles, therefore by Allah's testimony is a scar. So he is the most motivated person after the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. So olatuja kind of deal are the common and then well known ones. And then and then at all, are also mentioned, as well. The family of aboubaker. The family of aboubaker. We mentioned his mother, we mentioned his father, how about his wives and his children, I would look at as the was married to four women over the course of his lifetime. And from these four women, he had a sum total of six children, three sons and three daughters. So very simple. six kids have half three sons and three daughters, and the first of his

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wives whom he divorced, enjoy helia. So she was not his wife when Islam came, she was his wife in the days of God and then divorce took place. And as you all know, in those days, marriage and divorce was much more common than it is now. Even in early Islam. marriage and divorce was much more common. It was not the stigma that is attached that is attached now. So his first wife was cotulla Binti, Abdullah Rosa, and Coachella most likely did not embrace Islam, but some people say she did, but there doesn't seem to be any reference to her embracing Islam. And from katella he had one son and one daughter, and these are the eldest children of Abu Bakar, the firstborn of obika was

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Abdullah Abdullah bin Abu Bakar. This is his eldest son, Abdullah Hasan Abu Bakar. And we mentioned him in the Sierra. We mentioned him in the hegira. We mentioned him when they were hiding in the cave. God is our remember Abdullah who was the one who would report from the people of MK and come back this is that Abdullah Okay, so Abdullah when the hatred takes place is

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We don't know when exact age but maybe 11 1213 like a young lad. So he's old enough to know to keep a secret to go to the cave to come back. He's not just a kid. He's not a full man. So the elders are speaking and they think this kid doesn't know anything. You know how the elders, they speak. And if it's a, you know, if it's a 15 year old kid, they'll think oh, but if it's a 678 910, you know, there is an age where you kind of ignore. So Abdullah was of that age. So from this, we can kind of derive maybe between 10 to 12, roughly, that he was when the hedra takes place, maybe a little bit more, but around this age, definitely not more than 1516 because he wasn't a man. He wasn't like a

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full fledged man when the hedra takes place. So this is that abdulah and that Abdullah, by the way, that Abdullah, not much is mentioned about him in the books of Sierra, it appears llanos best that he didn't play that active of a role in early Islam, other than the Hydra incident. It doesn't, there is no mention of him in bothered or hurt. And to be honest, I am perplexed at this. I read quite a lot of stuff as much as it could today. And there doesn't seem to be an explanation of this. He clearly embraced Islam. He migrated to hedgerow the he did the hedgerow he was the one who brought

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a middle man who is his stepmother. I will talk about her or middle mind is the mother of Ayesha along with Isha and his sister who is his sister. A smart right so a smart Abdullah are full. Right? So he's the one who brought them

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to Medina. Okay, as a young boy, he's going in his travel taking them to Medina, and he lives in Medina. So clearly he's a Muslim, he's converted to Islam. But for some reason, we don't seem to have a lot of mention of him a lot. And what is the what is the issue? Maybe there was some issue with him personal or psychological or something, a lot of them there doesn't seem to be, or maybe even physical. You don't know these things are not fully reported. But it is mentioned that he did participate in the Battle of a bot if, and he was severely injured in the Battle of a thought if, and that injury eventually led to his prolonged sickness and death. So he was sick for over two

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years after the Battle of five, and he died in the philosophy of Abu Bakar. He died after the death of the Prophet system. Within a few weeks he died. So Abdullah passed away right after the Prophet says and by a few weeks, and not much is mentioned about him in the books of history or Sierra Abdullah, his younger sister immediately is a smart Binti. I'll be back. Okay, so as Matt and Abdullah, their mother is patella and a smart Of course, she has a very prominent role. And we will have an entire lecture about a smart minty IV bucket. Her title was

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that to Natal pain, the one who the one of two belts because she was the one who tore her belt into she had that girdle and she tore it one half she gets to the hegira provisions and the other half she uses to tie up her her outer. So this is that when the top pain now we know that her mother did not embrace Islam for a very long period because in Sahih Muslim we read that a smart Binti abubaker was in Medina when her mother came to visit or Taylor. And initially she refused to accept gifts from her or to allow her into her own house meet somewhere else not in my house, thinking that it is not allowed for idol worship or to enter the house of a Muslim. Then Allah revealed in the Quran.

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The famous verse of them Dinah la Yun ha como la Nila Dena lam ukata Luca Dini, what am you read? You come in DeAndre come antiva room or to Casa de la him in the law, you're able maxing Allah is not stopping you from meeting with and being good with those of the non Muslim pagans who are not fighting you. It's a double negative, go ahead and meet them if they're nice and polite to you. So then she accepted her mother's gifts and allowed her to come into her house, which means up until late Medina, she was not a Muslim. And then there's no mention of her after that. So this is why this call is different, we really don't know. But the fact is that because nothing is mentioned, a

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lot of there doesn't seem to be any indication that she actually embraced Islam. But in any case, Allah knows maybe she did later on and nothing is mentioned. So abubaker divorced during the days of jelly. The wife that he had when Islam came was

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a middle man, or middle man, and or middle man, or middle man been Tiamat in Roman Roman was another lady from the chorus. And a middle man was the mother also of a boy and a girl. So from the first wife, a worker has the boy or girl from the second wife, a worker has a boy and a girl. And this boy and girl are

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Asian and Abdurrahman.

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Okay, Shan Abdul Rahman, and

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on Moodle man passed away in the sixth year of the Hydra, and therefore the process of preaching as over as well. So, middleman passed away in Medina, in Medina in the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is of course one. So this is the process his mother in law issues already, she's already married to Ayesha, and in that time or middleman passes away and no middleman is also mentioned in the incident of the slander. Remember that I actually went and asked on Moodle months, you know what not and all of this is mentioned in the books of the serum. We talked about it in detail. And of course, Abdur Rahman is is full brother, and she was the one sorry, he was the one

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in the incident of

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the, in the in the incident of farewell Hajj. He was the one who accompanied Arusha to turn a murshida issue and took her back to MCC to do another omura. So this is Abdul Rahman, and other things he mentioned about Abdur Rahman inshallah we'll get to him when we get to him. So this is Abdullah and asthma. This is our issue and Abdul Rahman now the third wife of Abu Bakar.

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Who can remind me of the third wife we mentioned her

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twice at least in this year.

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Our note taker is not here today, but even if he were here.

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Very good. Excellent, but what's your name? At least you narrowed it down. At least you narrowed it down. The wife of Jaffa, the wife of Jaffa

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Yes, Jaffa of Novi party, and her name is smart bintaro mais a smart Ventura mesa is one of those most amazing ladies in the history of our religion. She was married to Jafar Ibn Abu Talib, then Jaffa dies, when does Jaffa die?

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The bottle of water so she becomes a widow. And so aboubaker proposes for her and so she married a worker so she has children from Java, okay. And these are of course, the

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basically the bundle hash of the cousins of the processor this once removed. So then she marries abubaker and from aboubaker she has a son.

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And this son was born in hedger to Wada. And his incident is the narration of much fick because a smart gave birth to this boy while she is in her arm, on her way to Makkah, so from this we get the fifth of pregnant ladies in their home from this incident, okay. And that's why she's mentioned in body and wisdom and others that are smart Vinci roommates gave birth to

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to Mohammed even Abu Bakar Okay, to Mohammed Abu Bakar in hajj jetan Wada, okay. And

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she was on that was the only child born to asthma. And by the way, so then I will bucker dies obviously a smart is still a relatively young lady, who then who then the she marry Ali, even Abby thought him so she was the only lady to be married to to Holly fez

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to honey fuzz. And from both of them, she had children.

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And from jafra, she had children. So she has children from Java. She has children from abubaker. She has children from Adi. And the interesting thing when it marries her.

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Mohammed is four or five years old. So Mohammed grows up in the household of

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Ali radi Allahu anhu as a

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basically step son, but as, as you know, so So, Ali and Muhammad ibn Abu Bakar had a very strong bond together. Now you understand why I'm saying this?

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You don't understand. Okay. So there are tensions that some groups have. Between Ali and aboubaker. They say there were tensions. Do we believe there were tensions? No. There are 1,000,001 evidences. But of the simplest evidence is Ali marries the widow of a worker. And the child of a worker is raised like his own son. How could he have anything against a worker when he's marrying her? And Mohammed, Abu Bakar son is being raised in his household like a son. Then when Mohammed becomes an adult, a fully male, and he appoints him the governor of Egypt.

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How could he have anything against America Think about it, right? I mean, it's so and by the way, this is one of millions of things that if you look at history,

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It is Wallahi impossible to construct that. A little The alojado had problems at Oklahoma. This is complete, you know, I mean,

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Rama will hop married his daughter

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Bob marries his daughter, it becomes the father in law. Rama proposes to the daughter of Ali Omegle film, Omar consume dinty Ali and Ali gives his daughter in marriage. Now you tell me, how could there be any animosity Do you give your daughter to somebody whom you think is an enemy of Elon His messenger? So this is you know, as I said, later understandings, early Islam, this is simply it's impossible to hold this, this view. So anyway, back to my story. Oh, by the way, this this, this person, Mohammed

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bin Abubakar,

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there is some controversy surrounding him. And that's one of the reasons why I don't want to go into all of these details. Because these stories sometimes harm more than benefit. It is said I'll just mention this tidbit because in sha Allah is not true. It is said some alleged that he participated with the mobs against Earth man, or the Allahu anhu. But other books such as a suit in the historian assumed the mentions that and others before him also mentioned that one earthman saw Mohammed in every bucket in his house, he said to Mohammed, if your father were here, right now, he would be very angry with you, or he would be very, you know, disappointed in what you're doing. You know, so

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earthman said this, this, according to one interpret one report. And so when he said this, Mohammed, even Abu Bakar felt so bad, he left. And then the rest of the people did what they did. So there are again, there's this is one of the reasons, by the way that we really don't like talking too much. I just want to give you this tidbit, to give you an example. And this is one of the minor issues, there are much more difficult issues with much more respected Sahaba. Because in the end of the day, and I say this as explicitly as possible, the Sahaba are humans.

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And there he had is not like the he had of the processor. Yes, the processor is also human, but his HD hat is sanctioned by Allah.

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We have to defend the Prophet system 100% everything he said and did religiously we have to, we cannot find one fault with him. If anybody were to find fault with resources, and that person is not a Muslim, very explicit here. Anybody criticizes or a pseudo law solo seldom disagrees with something, that person is not a Muslim. But the Sahaba is a different story. We are not allowed to criticize their sincerity, their love for Islam. But we do not have to agree with

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each and every interpretation, or statement or incident, or especially a political decision. Clear. And that, of course, is a very fine line. Because when you start questioning decisions, it's very easy to jump over and question their intentions, which is what the other group does. Whereas for us, we say, the Sahaba of the Prophet system, they had the right intentions. But maybe they made some mistakes, maybe their temporal got the better of them. Maybe some issue happened that wasn't the wisest, but we don't question their overall commitment to Alan is where their overall sincerity to Elon is messenger. And of course, Mohammed By the way, even Abu Bakar.

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Is he as a hobby? Well, depends.

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There is a category of Sahaba that are basically baby Sahaba. Because Mohammed even abubaker himself never saw the Prophet saucer.

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Because he was one year old, one and a half year old one, the process and passes away. So

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he is not quite as a hobby, it is as a hobby. There's a model, um, there's a category, there's a special category that is given to them. And this category is basically

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the children or the children, meaning, you know, like not seven, eight years old, if you're seven, eight years old, and you saw the process of myristyl hobby, if you remember seeing the process of mural so happy. Okay, otherwise has an Hussain our Sahaba but they were still not bad. But Mohammed didn't have a worker, he has no recollection of the Prophet. So he is a category, we call them madhuram that you're not quite the full Sahabi you're not quite the Tabori. So most people say he's the highest level of saburo and this is the correct position that the muhabura moon are the highest level of the Tabby room that the process of them saw them but they did not recall seeing the profits

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is clear. I go into a tangent here not really relevant But anyway, so which which which number we are now.

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I smashed into your mates we've done now we get to four that a worker has to do after the death of a middleman

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So he married a smart and he also married eventually another lady. So buckle so they've never had four ladies at once. He had one and then one and then one and then one one and then two. So basically it was the end of his life. He had two wives and the fourth and the final of his wife and the only of his non quota she was the other three are all carrucha they're all other three or four maccha the only wife of his from Medina was Habiba Binti hardage from alonside he or she wasn't the only one Habiba was from the unsought. And he married her in Medina. And this was the wife

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that he was with when the process and passed away. Remember, in the morning, the process of them appeared to be better on the budget of the Monday, and abubaker. Everybody, everybody thought he's much better now. So he had been camping in the masjid for a week, as we said, he had been camping in the masjid. And so he asked permission for the processor that he had a pseudo lock. Can I no go visit?

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You know, I've been happy. Where can I go and visit? You know, this is a vintage cottage Excuse me. Have you ever been to hydrojet? Can I go visit vintage cottage, and so he gave permission to go. And so the news of the process and death came when he was in the house of Habib into hot DJ. And her house was also in the district of Medina called Ali. And I always like mentioned this because we lived in our house at the time and we lived when we lived in Medina. So a worker's House of Habiba was in Bali and Abu Bakar on his deathbed, said to Artesia, not the last one, he said to Arusha, Arusha, I command you my will see to you is to take care of your two younger brothers and your two

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younger sisters. So I said,

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I only have one sister, who's the other sister.

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And I will back her said

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Habiba is pregnant. Hi, she did not know that

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Habiba is pregnant, and I have a premonition that She will give birth to us girl.

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And that's exactly what happened. That after the death of Abu Bakar.

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Habib into hardage, I gave birth to a girl. So this girl was born

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when a worker had died, and this girl was called omega three, and so this omega zoom is the fourth sorry, the sixth and the final child of aboubaker. So once again, let's go over this together from Kota he had who did he have from the first wife, Abdullah and a smart then from a middle man, he had Ayesha and Abdul Rahman den from a smart Binti Romain, she had Mohammed Abu Bakar and then from Habib Intifada he had on Microsoft, these are a total of six and

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spiral Time flies so fast. Mashallah. So we have to finish here, but one interesting point that we conclude

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of the interesting points is that I will buckers family is the only family that we know of

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that embraced Islam from Makkah in its entirety without a single non Muslim,

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a workers mother, or father, or workers wife at the time when Islam came, and of course his future wives, and all other workers, children. There's no other Sahabi who can claim this at least one person, either the mother or the father something go look it up. Oh, man, I'm gonna hop off, all have one or two. So

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I will buckers family is a family of a man. It's not just a worker. The whole family is a family of a man. Everybody embraced Islam in the immediate family without any exception.

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And this is only for the case of obok acidic also of the peculiarities of locutus the deal is that in his family is the only person who is Sahabi for four generations. There is no Sahabi who is Sahabi the son of the Sahabi the son of the side with his animals

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other than somebody from the family of aboubaker and this is who

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who is this haven't mentioned him by now.

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I have not mentioned him by now.

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Who excellent Mashallah our sister gets it right. Give us up give the lineage

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No, no, I will. So how is he the Sahaba Santos I was not as obvious I have the Lebanese obeyed. You're right. Abdullah is obeyed the son of

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Well, we're going the wrong

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lineage now from here, the son of SMA, from the mother's side, right, the son of a boubakeur. Sorry, the daughter of Abu Bakar, the son of Abu kochava. So all four are Sahaba.

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Right? So this is a quiz question. Who is that Sahabi that has four Sahaba in the lineage, one after the other all of them are Sahaba and that is Abdullah even a Zubair okay, because Abdullah Edna Zubair, his grandfather is abubaker from his mother's side, so his mother is a smart, so he is just a hobby. She was the Laguna Zubaydah born

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has another story.

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As as soon as a smart arrived in Medina,

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the first baby born even before Cuba was built, or the mixture of the processes was built, and the Muslims rejoiced at his birth, because they took it as a good omen.

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Remember, we're allowed to believe we're supposed to believe in good omens. And because the Quran had predicted that if you leave us Allah will not give you any children.

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And so the day they arrived in Medina, Allah blesses them with a child and that child is the grandson of a walker through his daughter asthma. So Abdullah has obeyed the son of a smart as much as the daughter of Walker Walker is kochava these are the four four generations as for Mohammed bin abubaker Mohammed even abubaker of course he is only three generations so he does not count plus mama does a mother um so it doesn't count so a smart Sorry, I'm the loving to debate is the only one with that

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kind of so much more to say. Anyway, the next word will start next Wednesday inshallah with the story of the Islam of Oba Casa de and of course, all of you know, our bucket acidic was the first convert to Islam, outside of the immediate family members of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So Khadija converted perhaps it as a young boy, converted zayde converted abubaker converted there's a big controversy in the Terra tube of converts. But in the end of the day, within the span of a few days, all of these people converted and the first to convert as an adult male, have his own free will and volition because it is a child and Zaid is the adopted son, as you know, at the time, and

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Khadija as you know, the wife of the story, so the first person to whom Islam is presented and he has really the full luxury to say yes and no and he immediately says yes is Abu Bakar has to do and that will be the story we begin with inshallah Tada, next Wednesday, and final point shallow with the change of the time of Muslim let's inshallah try to pray mother in the in the masjid and as the time proceeds, we might have to delay a few weeks and just start with the beginning of salata Muslim and a fifth benefit and I mentioned this before that while technically it is allowed to have another jamara the correct opinion is that it is job is to have another Gemma when you miss the Java, but in

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some cases it does become mcru and of those cases is when there is knowledge or an M going on, because the second Gemma is not more important than the

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scheduled if you like or the regular dose in fact somebody that has you know, say there should not be a second Gemma you notice right some of that have are strict in this regard, but the correct opinion is that it is permissible, but

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when there is a clash obviously then in this case, the one Jamaat should suffice and this should go on and the reason I say this because we have to delay if there's a job or going on that we have to delay and then it causes us delay right now. So inshallah next week, those who come late if they can just but inshallah next week you should come on time

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individually, individually compared individually Schuttler.

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Yeah just individually anyone just brainchild. Any quick questions about the material for today before we move on to his

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Abubakar has half brothers and sisters not full

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and none of them are playing a major role. But full brothers and sisters No. No full brothers and sisters.

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The the word Sahaba is used for those who accompanied

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the prophets are seldom when you say saw

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what if he was

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such as a ban on mimic tune.

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So the word Sahabi there is a big controversy in early Islam, about what is the definition of a Sahabi. And there are over 10 opinions.

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And what later, Sunni scholars have basically all agreed to, there was a controversy and very early Islam. Why? Because

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this is an academic point. And again, some sometimes knowledge is not that beneficial, sometimes it's actually harmful, but insha Allah, this is not harmful.

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Think about the Bedouin, who urinated in the masjid.

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He's also so happy technically.

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So when you when we as innocent Muslims, say the word Sahabi, we honestly think of Obama and Obama. That's it. But we forget the fact that over 100,000 people saw the profitsystem in his life. And the bulk of them were not like a bucket and

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the people who called out from behind the house of the process of them that come out and meet us, and a lot of you out, there are Muslims, and they are so happy.

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They're not Kaffir, the nominator they're so happy, but they're crude, and their mannerisms. So many of the early scholars were hesitant to call that group Sahaba.

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And they said, for example, one opinion is of Sahabi is only those who participated in the plaza, with the processor. That's an early definition, or a Sahabi is one who accompany the process for a period of time. Because these delegates, they came and they met him for 10 minutes. And that's it, the Bedouin urinates, he meets him and goes away. That's not a company that's visiting. So some early scholars said, you have to live with the processor, you know, a few weeks, a few months like that, but as time goes on human nature is to basically, you know, make things easier and bigger and grandiose. And so later scholars, scholars, anybody who ever saw the process and gets to the status

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of a, as a hobby, and this is what is basically the unanimous consensus of later Sunni scholars. So anybody who accompany the prophet of Islam as a Muslim, that's another condition. Because if you accompany them as a non Muslim, well, then that doesn't make you a Sahabi. And so there are some unique and bizarre situations where some people

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do not remember a company, the process in which there's Mohammed Abu Bakar, they're called Muhammad, some people, very few saw the Prophet system as a non Muslim and later embraced Islam.

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And these are not Sahaba.

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And of the examples is the Tanuki.

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Remember, the Tanuki guy,

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the guy who came as the emissary from emissary from North Yemen, from Hercules from the Caesar, right? The Tanuki guy, when the process of said accept Islam, he said, I am right now an ambassador,

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I cannot do anything right, we are not gonna accept this. Later on, he embraced Islam. So he is one of those very rare people who saw the process somebody is not considered as a hobby.

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And there are also people who saw the process of them.

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There's one person we know for sure. He came to Medina to basically become a Sahabi and the process and then passed away, and he arrived Monday. So he prayed the janazah. So he saw the body of the Prophet system, but we don't consider him. So happy. So there are some interesting

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areas there. But that answers your question, if you had a question.

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It does mean is very similar.

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Yet the provinces have said that if there was a prophet

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that just got me thinking, what was the difference in character? that he would say something

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understand the question, what was the difference in character between Abu Bakr and Omar.

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So each one has certain blessings that the other does not have. And each one has certain characteristics that the other does not have.

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In one Hadith, which is a little bit disputed the process and I said to Abu Bakar, that you are the closest of my alma to Ibrahim

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and he said to her

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You're the closest to my alma to Moosa.

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Now if you know Ibrahim and Moosa

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and the differences between them, you kind of get

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our karma, right? And who is the Prophet Mohammed says are more similar to Ibrahim or Musa

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okay? So it's not as if when you have one blessing here there's no blessing there. Each one has his own blessings and our workers did was the closest in his Allah to the Prophet Mohammed Salah.

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Okay, inshallah, with that we will stop for today and continue next Wednesday show load time.