Seerah – 50 The Battle of Uhud Part 5
Channel: Yasir Qadhi
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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi culminates the series on the Battle of Uhud commencing with a mention of Safiyyah RA and her witnessing the death of Hamza RA.
The sight of the mutilated body of Hamza RA was so bad that the Prophet ﷺ cried a lot. It was clearly a matter of personal vengeance meted out to Hamza RA at the hands of the Quraysh. Mutilation was henceforth declared forbidden in Islam.The 70 Shaheeds of the Battle were now to be buried and the order was decided by the Prophet ﷺ. those who knew the Qur’an were given precedence and preference over the rest.
Only one prisoner of war was captured by the Muslims whose name was Abu Uzza and he was executed in the battlefield itself because of what he had done. He had betrayed the Prophet ﷺ on a promise he had made during the Battle of Badr and fought against the Muslims. Treachery was something that was unacceptable in Islam and so he met the end he deserved.
The Prophet ﷺ now returned to Madina and he went to the homes of the Shaheed to break of the news of their beloved achieving martyrdom. One such house was of Hamana bint Jahsh who was married Mus’ab ibn Umair RA.more details are shared on the rules of mourning the death of a beloved and one should listen intently to derive benefits.
Next we analyse whether the Battle of Uhud was a victory or a loss. Some pointers are shared:
- In terms of the aim to annihilate the Muslims, the Quraysh failed badly whereas the Muslims were able to defend Madinah successfully.
- The Quraysh left the battlefield and not the Muslims.
- The Muslims had one prisoner of war whereas the Quraysh had none.
Next the Shaykh compares the Battle of Badr with that of Uhud and numerous wisdoms can be sought from this . please listen intently to unravel some of these.We also learn that nobody has a right to interfere with the Qadr of Allah as is evident in the lecture.Victory is not easily attainable and a lot of testing times, struggle , pain and suffering goes into the process as was depicted when even the Prophet ﷺ became injured.
The main lesson that we can imbibe from this battle is that disobedience to the Prophet ﷺ when they turned to the war booty as a lure of this world is what caused them the humiliation and sort of a defeat . sincerity to Allah and His Messenger ﷺ in the time of Badr gave them the honour and prestige of a victory whereas the love of the Dunya was met with a defeat.
Bismillah Al Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ultramarine about. So today inshallah huhtala, we will try to finish up the Battle of word, so that we can move on in shallow Thailand next week. last lesson we had, we had just stopped at the incident of Sophia at the incident of Sophia running on the battlefield. And I don't think I actually finished what happened. I think we just went into attention and stop. So when the profitsystem saw Sophia running, he didn't recognize her. And he said, The lady the lady,
meaning that whoever she is, she should not be here because she's going to be, you know, traumatized. And the one who recognized her was her son now who's her son, now we should all know who's Sophia son.
Zubaydah, another one we agreed now.
Alice, okay. So wait a minute, oh, one, okay. And so obviously, the son recognized his mother immediately from the distance. So as obey ran up to her and said, Yeah, Mama or mother. And he, she knew what Zubaydah is going to do, meaning Suba is going to stop her from proceeding. And so she is a mother in the end of the day. So she basically pushes him on the chest and says, I have no need of you. Now. I don't this Don't bother me. Now. She is the mother after all right? Is her son, I have no need of you know, basically, I have better things to do, then you should not be interfering in what I'm about to do. And so he said, but the profitsystem said, not me. The Profit System said you
should not go. As soon as she heard that she stopped panela. She's emotional. She's heard her brother has died. And she wants to see how the body is when she sees the profit when she hears the profits of the law while he was selling them has stopped her from going. She stopped in her tracks. She did not proceed at all. And she then handed to clutch she was carrying to her son's weight and said, I bought these for my brother Hamza I heard. I mean, I know that he has been martyred. I bought these for him. And so use this to bury him to shout him. So notice here that Sophia is so obedient to her own nephew, the prophet system, right? She's very agitated. She's so agitated, she
actually pushes her son, because she's very emotional. She was last night we had already said, Sophia and Hamza. We're full brothers, Sophia and Hamza. We're full brothers. And we understand obviously they had a much closer bond to then the half brothers and half sisters that were there. And so she's very grieved. She has heard of Hamza, and she has heard as well the Hamza has been mutilated. So the news has spread back to Medina. So she says I brought these two blankets in order that he be shrouded in them. And
Zubaydah then goes and finds Hamza in order to wrap him in these garments. And then Zubair says, that right next to Hamza, there was an unsightly, there was an unsightly, and he did not have a shroud he did not have a coffin. So he said, I was embarrassed to give Hamza to when the unsightly had none. So we decided to draw lots, which would get which of the guns because they're not the exact same size. And then we gave each one whatever his lot had been, whatever was allocated to him. And this shows us a number of things are Firstly, obviously the poverty of the Sahaba that the unsightly did not even have a coffin to bury himself when he was not the only one there were plenty
like this. And secondly, this also shows us that a little bit of an ill suited fifth point here, that when the Muslim Ummah trumps the Muslim haha PSA 10 we're allowed to take the Muslim haram over the Muslim fossa. Let me translate this. So here we have specific property that is intended for Hamza, it's a gift for Hamza but the situation of the oma dictate that this personal gift be utilized in a manner other than what the recipient other than what the donor initially intended. Right? And it is not fair and he is right to say that Hamza should get to shrouds whereas others go shroud less because it is wajib if you have the means to give at least one shroud and it is must
have to give more than one. So when it is wajib it is followed keyfile on the community to make sure that everyone gets at least a shroud right you guys following me? Right? So anything that was extra, for any one of them, it would not be allowed for them to take even though the receiving
And I'm sorry, the donor did not intend for this to be Masada. But at times, this will call the Muslim hammer, which is the public welfare. It Trumps what we call Musleh hospital or private or personal welfare, right. But the only person who has allowed to do this is basically the people in charge, not me and you the people in charge. And so when they saw that he didn't have it, so they all gather together and they pull lots, they drew lots. So as you know, what lots are you just, you know, pull one and whichever one has been allocated. So they gave each one that particular Kevin, and the profits of the law while he was selling them surveyed all of the dead he walked around the
field after the quarter he had left. And this is when as we said he saw Hamza and he cried. Some of the some of the reports say he cried. He saw when he saw Hamza, can you imagine how gruesome it was? There are even reports by the way that the privates had been cut off. So you can imagine how disgusting This was you need to to to see a person in this manner, everything the nose, we know for sure the fingers as well, the digits as well. And then there's even reports that Janet, you understand worse than this. And also the stomach has been desecrated, as you know, opened up and delivered, chewed and spit there. And they had mutilated Hamza, like they had mutilated. Nobody else
we had said this as well. And there's a personal vengeance as a personal means to hurt the profits of the lahardee. He was setting them. And this is one as we said, this is all two weeks ago, we said that he cried so much. And he got so enraged, he said that we're lucky if I catch them, that I will show them what is the meaning of basically vengeance or revenge, right. And in one report, he said, I'm going to do this to 30 of them because of what they did to Hamza. And then Allah subhana wa tada revealed, when I'll come to him for our people be mislim Oh, krypton, big water in Sabah, from La highrollers savini, that if you're going to take vengeance, then be the same. One does not equal 30.
If you're going to take vengeance be the same. But if you forgive, then this is even better for those who have the patience. And so after this, as we said the process of forbade mutilation, that after this, he said no more shall there be mutilation and mutilation therefore, is how long in our sheds are even two opposing enemies that we bury them and give them a bare minimal burial. And he commanded the Sahaba to dig graves and of course, they could not degrees for every one of them. So multiple people were buried in the same grave, sometimes three, sometimes two, sometimes four, depending on how big of a hole they were able to dig. And he gave a commandment and he said, Let the
one who knows the most Koran be buried first. Let the one who knows the most Koran be buried First, look at the blessings of the Quran. Look at the blessings of memorizing the Quran Hagin one meter living and dead. The one who knows the Quran is going to be honored, living and dead the one who knows more Koran will be honored as Allah subhana wa tada as the process of said about the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala that Verily, this book, Allah will raise people through it and Allah will debase others through it. And the book of Allah subhana wa tada we know that it is a part of our Shetty in them in Nigeria, he had eaten sooner Buddha would it is a part of showing Glory to Allah
subhana wa tada that we show Ekrem honor to the elderly, to the one who has white hair and to the Sahaba Koran. And so I have the Quran is basically the one who has memorized the Quran. It is a part of showing respect to Allah that we show respect to the one who has the Koran. And so even look what a traumatic time people are dead, their mutilated bodies. Still, there is an honor given to the people of the Quran that is not given to the others, that the one who knows more Koran, bury him first. And after all of them had been buried, he gathered the Sahaba This was on the battlefield. And he gave a encouraging lecture and exhortation to them. And he said many lines which are recorded
in the books of Sierra of them, he said that Anisha hidden either hula, I guarantee I will testify for every one of them on the Day of Judgment. And in Muslim Mohammed we learned he actually made a dua. Now, this is a big misunderstanding that some of the medieval scholars of Islam said that the Prophet says to them, pray janaza over the dead of word, this is a misunderstanding. He didn't pray janazah he made dua, there's a difference between the two. We know that the Shaheed you don't preach it as over and the process of did not pray janazah over them, rather died at home. This is what the Rebbe says, and therefore there was a bit of a controversy in medieval Assam did he pray just as the
overall people have offered or not. And in fact, No, he didn't. What he did was he made to offer the people have heard and this is something that is mentioned in the Muslim Imam and the DA itself is preserved. We really don't you know, need to go over all of it. But the summary of it is that he prays to Allah subhana wa tada no matter what happens, that he mentioned that whatever happens happens by the will of Allah. He may do out for the blessings of this world and the security of human clamor and that he asked a lot
As a widget that whoever dies amongst them should die in the state of man. And then he asked a lot to extract vengeance on those who had done this. So those who had done what they had done a lot of xojo will take care of them. And
he also said so many a hadith about martyrdom, which are famous to all of you who said them at this time, that the Shaheed will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment, his wounds will still be as fresh as the day he was killed. And the the the site will be the site of blood, but the smell will be the smell of musk. So all of the and there's so many other ideas that he said, and this was done obviously to raise their morale to raise their spirits. It's a very traumatic time. And he tells them of the reality of what's going to happen and the muscle or the end result of those who died. feasibility lucky Tada, how many people died? We don't have an exact number. Most of them are the
unsolved, and it is said that in no battle the unsolved die as much as they did in this battle, even is half mentioned 65 people died in a sham added five more to make 70 and in fact, some reports say 70 of the unsolved died, and only a few of them who had you know 70 of the unsalted die. So the bulk of the deaths was amongst the unsought and one of the organic evidences that proves that 70 died. There is in fact a Quranic evidence and that is, Allah says in the Quran, when I'm assaulted, Kumasi, baton sobre todo mislay Ultraman Nevada, that when a calamity befalls you, even though you inflicted double that amount of calamity on the others, then you will call out where is this coming
from? The references to offered? How much did you inflict and you kill 70 and you took 70 prisoners? Right? I will I'm a sorbet Kumasi, but when other assorted to miss layer,
will when the calamity comes to you. And you have caused the double amount to them basically, then you will say why is this happening? Or how is this happening? Meaning Allah has blessed you more. And there's a wisdom and a reason in this calamity. So in the weather, there were 140 and therefore in orbit, they were around 70. And so the Quran even proves that there were around 70 people who had been killed. Now very interesting, very interesting that no prisoners of war were taken except for one they found him on the battlefield cowering on the battlefield, one person. And so panela His story is very remarkable that out of all of the people, 3000 people, they caught one only prisoner
of war, why surely there must be a story. And indeed there is. And we don't know much about him. His name is about Rosa. His name is Abu Rosa. And he was executed on the battlefield because of what he had done. What had he done, when we learn what he had done? Now we know why Allah had chose to humiliate him out of all of the other 3000 why this one person was caught up with Rosa. He was one of those who had participated in budget, and he had been captured a prisoner of war. And he was of the prisoners of war whose ransom was put on his head for 4000
Gold sorry, 4000 silver coins 4000 did hums. And he begged the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to let him go. And he said, Oh, Mohammed, so instead of using he wasn't a Muslim, obviously on Warhammer, so I said him, I don't have any sons. And I have only daughters. I beg you be generous and let me go and so the Profit System and you know, our PA system and he was soft hearted person, so he said I let you go, but let me never see you fighting us. Very simple condition. Right? Let me never see you on the other side again, you go back to your family, he's begging them for his daughter's nobody's gonna take care of them this or not. So the process is not pity on him. And he said, Okay, go back
for free. No, no ransom nothing. But the one condition don't join any other army. And when the battle was about to take place, Abu sufian came to him. And Rosa was a poet. And it was soufiane said, write some poetry war poetry. What Rosa said I cannot. Because Mohammed wa sallam made a promise for me that I would not help you guys ever again. Abu sufian said, Come on 3000 Do you really think we're going to lose?
If we win, you will join in the spoils. And even if you happen to die in this particular skirmish or battle, then I promise I will take care of your daughter's like I take care of my own daughters. The rich nobleman Abu sufian is now upgrading his upper his daughters, his daughters, like Don't worry, they will be adopted by me. I will give them the lavish money that I have. They will basically inherit my wealth. And so he was tempted by this money, either the money of the booty if he wins, or the money for his daughter's if he is killed in the battle and so he simply
reneged on his promise he agreed to write poetry and to physically participate in the Battle of boyhood. And so he was a traitor to the promise that he made, he was treacherous to the promise that he made. And Allah subhana wa tada in the law you will have in in Allah does not love those who break their promises. But Tiana is never allowed in our religion, betraying our promises is never ever allowed. This is Leanna we are not allowed to ever as Eliza just says that
what it meant a half a minute to offend them and Omen pianet and forbidding him either so well, that I mean, again, we're going to tangent here, but you're not allowed to respond to piano with piano, you're not allowed to respond to treachery with treachery, you can respond to many things with the same thing. You can get vengeance with similar things, but not with treachery. If somebody has been treacherous to you, you cannot be treacherous back to them. Because it is something that is completely forbidden in our in our shediac. And that is why a bruiser when he fell into his piano, which is treachery, Allah subhanaw taala humiliated him that out of all of the 3000 he was the one
person that was captured and then executed on the battlefield. Now. So the profitsystem then returned to Medina, and the people had lined up the women and children had lined up to see who amongst them is coming back and who is dead, to see who is coming back and who is dead. And the Wailing began. And whaling had not yet been forbidden in the shediac. whaling had not yet been out on what is whaling, we have said many times what is wailing wailing is that the ladies in particular, because it is a feminine thing to do, ladies in particular, they cry out at the top of their lungs, they cry out particular phrases, and they will and they will work and is the type of
wailing that they do. And they cry out to anyone I suffered one, sir, and how are we going to live and who is going to take care of us and I cannot live without you. So this type of this is wailing. And then on top of this, there's very loud screaming and very loud, you know, crying, and also sometimes there will, you know, beat themselves or let their hair or tear their clothes. So this is like a sign of extreme loss as if they're going mad when their loved ones have died. And so the winds go, whaling began from all over Medina, because you have 70 people. And so all over Medina, you're hearing, you know, women wailing. And when the Prophet system got home, he said, Where are
the women? She said, alas, Hamza has no women too well for him. And here are all the people wailing for others. Where are the women of Hamza? Because there was no, you know, Hamza never got married. So where are the women that are willing for Hamza? So when this news spread, the women of the unsought gathered together and they came outside the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they began willing for Hamza, they begin willing for Hamza outside of the house of the prophet SAW, I send them some handle, all he has to do is utter. And the Sahaba compliance is just a word that he said, and the women just came outside the house of the process of them. And they began
willing for Hamza. And when the process of them came out and saw them, he praised them, he said good things for them. And then he issued a general decree, this is when it became how long that he said, From now on, there's not going to be any more willing that willing is how long in the *tier and therefore willing became how long in the aftermath of the Battle of Ohio. It was also reported in the most other covered hacking that shortly after, not on the same day, but shortly after, an unsolved uninsulated lady gave birth. So the husband came to the process of him and said, what should I name this child? And so the process of him said, name him the most beloved name to me, that
is Hamza. And so you can see the pain that he was in he's missing Hamza so much that a baby is born. And so they named a baby in Medina Hamza, of course, this Hadith, again is early later on the process of him said the most beloved of names to Allah is Abdullah and Abdul Rahman. But again, this is early, this is the third year so and also it shows us that there is nothing wrong in fact, it is very good to name our young ones in the memory of those that have gone by this is something that is good that we preserve their legacy and memory that an elderly person or an old one that has an elderly person that is passed on to Allah subhana wa Tada, we retain their memory and we pass it
down to the next generation by naming our young newborns after them. And it is also narrated that you've personally visited some of the families to break the news of the dead. And we can assume this is not narrated, but we can assume that he chose those who probably didn't have extended family, those who needed the most consolation, he went and visited them to break the news to them directly. And of the stories that is mentioned is that of how many had been to Josh Herman had been to Josh
How many vintage actually is the sister of Fatima? vintage actually is a famous hobby and human as well has many, many, many small tidbits of in Medina. Hamad had been the judge had married Muslim.
So she is most housewife. She is most housewife. Most of them are you remember most likely the one from Maddie from MK two, the first one to make digital the the son of the rich, the rich young man and then he comes with nothing and he dies and he doesn't have a single cloth on his back. This is mostly live in Romania and hemin as well was dirt poor. They were very poor couple and he visited homina to break the news to her that shows us the macom the status that must have happened. And he was one of the few of the Mahajan who died in Auschwitz right. The two main Mahajan who died were Mossad and Hamza the two main Mahajan almost have been Hamza and so he visited most of his household
to break the news she does not know she does not know her husband is dead. So he visits her and he says it SCB, which in English it would basically translates as it is, he literally means expect your reward from Allah. But it's a phrase that you say that I have bad news. And you know this is not going to be easy, but be patient and expect your word from Allah all of this is basically in the one word SCB. So she said what to so he says your brother because her brother had also died your brother and he's trying to break the news to her slowly. So he said your brother so she said in 90 law when a Roger ruin May Allah accept the Shahada May Allah forgive him and she's, you know, grieved she's
making drop. Then he said it SCB. Number two. She said whom. So he said, most I've ever made. And she let out a scream and cry. And she began wailing because again, it hasn't yet been made, how long she began wailing and crying. And later on the profitsystem commented that truly the husband has an arm in the eyes of the wife that no one else has that look, basically we told her, her brother died, and she grew up with her brother. And she's grieved. She's sad. But when we told her her husband died to parallel she, she really could not bear that. And SubhanAllah. Again, it is so true that the wife, she grows up in her family's household, no doubt, she has very special attachment to her
parents or siblings. And yet the love that Allah places for the husband in the life it is something that is emerging as a miracle from Allah subhanho wa Taala. That that is a very, and that is why they did the for the husband is so much was there for the you know, the way or the morning for the mother and father is three days. But for the husband, it will be four months and 10 days. So the process that I'm said, and there's a famous Hadith, which is in a big merger, that Verily, the husband has a high macom in the eyes of the wife. And it is also mentioned somewhere around this time, we don't know exactly, you know, is it the same hour the same day. But there is an anonymous
lady. And this is the famous story of the anonymous lady who's lost her father, and her husband and her brother. She's lost her immediate family in their entirety. But she was also heard that the process of them has died. So she's heard all of these news. And so she starts going on, you know, a little bit worried or very worried and agitated. And every time she's told of the death of one of them. So the first is the the Father. Then she says how is the process of them and so they say he is fine. And then the same happens to her brother the same as her husband. But she says until I see him, and she was waiting for the process of him to return amongst the crowd, until finally when she
saw the process and with her own eyes that he is indeed safe and sound, she uttered that famous phrase called no mercy button by Decker Jalen kolomoisky button by Decker jela. Do that every masiva after you jealous Yeah, and even by the end means trivial, every mercy but after you it is something that I can bear. As long as you're alive, then the other will see but I can bear. So we learned that the kurush we learned that the kurush were confused at the onslaught of the battle sorry, at the at the return of the battle. And slowly but surely they just decided to leave even though they at the end realize the processor is alive. Remember with luciferians conversation, right? That finally Omar
blurted out that all three of them are alive or when it comes back and we're gonna get you still they decided to regroup and basically return to Mecca. However, on the way back when they're still short distance from Medina, they began debating amongst themselves. They began debating amongst themselves, what should be done. Should we go back to Medina? Should we finish them off? Should we go back to Mecca, and during this time, the process is worried This is exactly what they're going to be doing. And so, as soon as they return to Medina, he makes an announcement that we need another contingent to go and make sure they don't return, who will volunteer. And then he said only those
who participated are going to volunteer I don't want the people who went back. I don't want the 301 after
On only those who participated, and therefore 70 of them, volunteered, 70 of them volunteered. The head of them was idea.
And this was on the Sunday the 16th. of show while because one did take place Saturday the 15th of show what. So this is on the Sunday the 16th of chawan. And he put Ali in charge of them. And he said to go and camp at a particular place tomorrow. And I said, which is the name of this expedition is called the expedition of Hamra acid, go and camp there and wait for us, we'll come, you know, the next day, let us recuperate, we will meet you but you'll be our Vanguard, you'll be our elite force to make sure that they don't actually come back and he said to be positive. See in the distance, what are they writing? If they are riding horses and have left their camels. This means they're
going to come back to Medina. But if they're riding their camels and have left their horses than the going back to Makkah panel is amazing. And so it's common sense, right? Yes, the process of understood this, because Allah azza wa jal talk to him directly. He doesn't need to go through any military training school that he says if they're riding their camels. This means this is the long haul, and that's back to Mecca. And if they're riding their horses, this means they're just making a diversion. They're going to come coming round running back to us. And indeed they were riding their camels, back to Mecca. And as we said, The next day the Prophet system joined them and Allah subhana
wa tada praises this 70 in the Quran, when he says alladhina stasha Buddha, he were sulivan by the masaba homolka. All of this is either Amman remember earlier in Milan came down for oughtred. Remember and inshallah maybe, maybe next ones, too. I'll see maybe we'll do some of those verses. The only issue is that it would that is in other in Milan, the verses are split over many different places. Whereas unfurl, we went over the entire suit, if you remember, because it's all about butter. So it's easier. There in Milan, it's a bit separated here and there, you know, 510 is here, you know, three is here, one is somewhere. So because of this, we'll see maybe, in any case, just
remember as you're in Milan, most of it came down for it, but not all of it because again, lm Ron is the second largest sudo. So in Milan, Allah says, Allah denas dejavu de la he will assume about the masaba mancora. Those who responded to a lion, His Messenger after they were wounded after they were basically tired and afflicted, they still responded and insured recited this verse to zubaid. And she said, My nephew or my nephew, both of your parents responded, both of your parents are in this verse, who are both of the parents of a bit. It's a bit who is here, who is actually referring to
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forgotten again who is a mother a smart smart bins every bucket right? And that's why I should say all my nephew roadwatch right eye issues main law. He is audible all the time. This is a heady three point. The number one Robbie from our issue the number one narrative from ISIS. Because the otowa did not have she did not have a job in front of her it was her blood nephew. Right? Oh, it was the only person who can enter in upon her and talk to her directly. And we have so many ideas most of the ideas of Arusha from Aruba because otherwise her nephew and Otto was born way after Abdullah It was not a Sahabi Abdullah Savio who was born he never saw the process of so it was way younger so he
lives a much longer life in any case. So he says that oh my nephew both of your father's Alo revealed his first about them, meaning aboubaker and and
Zubaydah and I want both of them responded and they went back to humblot acid.
Now as we said they went to hammer on acid and the profitsystem kept there for three days. So he joined Ali and Abu Bakar the next day and he kept there for three days to make sure that the police did not return back to
Medina now. We learn from a number of reports most of them from evocati. In his book of mahasi, we learned that in fact the Quraysh were one hears with away from coming back. But Allah subhana wa tada sent a plot against them, that the Horus were just about to come back. And the story goes, and this is straight from evocati that the whorish began disputing amongst themselves after they had regrouped. Not everybody is now joined up together, and they're now they have now re regrouped after the incident of OIG, and many of them began lamenting the fact that we didn't do what we came to do. And the most adamant amongst them was the crema in Abuja, the son of Abuja, curriculum in Abuja. And
he said that we need to go back and return we need to go back and get rid of this menace forever. But and as usual, the elders are more calm headed in the youngers are more hot headed, south wind, even omiya. And so far they've been omega is one of the nobleman he comes up again and again in the Sierra so funny when omega was against the idea. And he said, your home or my people do not do this for Verily, they are now going to be fuming in anger, because of what we've done. And especially because of what mutilation Hamza, they will be fuming in anger. And you don't want to meet Angry Men, there'll be fuming and anger and you don't know maybe their groups of the husband owes who
didn't participate, they will now participate because of the number of killings we have done to their people. Now the courage don't know what happens with them when after Honda courageous know the inner politics, all that the issue is that a lot of people in Medina did not participate. And so someone says now that we've killed their tribes, for sure the tribes are going to respond back. And all of those hundreds of people that we didn't see, now we're gonna see them if we come back, but Eric crema continued to insist, and he was about to win over. And he said, neither did we kill Mohammed solo Selim, nor have we pleased our young ladies, meaning we haven't been valient we don't
deserve trophies. Right? Neither have we gotten rid of him, nor have we done something that is worthy of genuine honor, nor have we, of course, is an expression here. We haven't earned the admiration of the young ladies. And they were about to be convinced by equanimous rhetoric and his anger until Allah subhana wa tada sent basically a tactic against them. What is this tactic? This tactic is in the form of a person by the name of Matt, but who's Ari and Marbella who's it was of the nobleman of the tribal casa, he was not yet a Muslim. And in fact, there's a difference of opinion, did he ever convert to Islam or not? Most likely, he did. But at this point in time, he was
a respected tribal elder, not upon Islam. And even though he was not upon Islam, his heart was sympathetic to the plight of the Muslims, and especially the treachery and the vulgarity that was shown by the polish that this goes against even their own values, as we know, we've said this many times, right? And Mark, but happened to be in the area. So he visited the Prophet sallallahu, I set him to give his condolences to him, to say to him that, you know, I heard what happened, he has no reason to, you know, go and he went out of his way, he went to Medina, and he said, you know, we have heard what happened to you and your companions know that I am not pleased by this, I would
rather that the other group was inflicted with the loss and defeat, right. So he is now very positive and sympathetic to the Prophet sallallahu. I send them and then he leaves Medina on his way on his business. And it just so happens that he crossed his path with Abu sufian and the contingent and also fancies this nobleman he recognizes him as being of the nobleman of Hosea, and he becomes happy that Okay, now we will find out what is the status of Medina because he's coming from Medina, right? He's coming from Medina. And he trusts him because he's a he's a pagan, he's a you know, not a Muslim. So he says tomorrow, but Omar, but tell me, how did you leave? Mohammed was him and his
companions. So my bed saw his opportunity. And the President did not tell him. And he's not a Muslim. He's not under any obligation to anything, right? Plus, in such circumstances situation, horrible Qaeda anyway, as we know, right? So my butt began painting the whole picture. Oh, you don't want to see them now. And he said, without knowing what someone had said, he repeated exactly what someone had said that they are fuming with anger. And the people that didn't fight, now they're all going to fight as well. And you should handle It's amazing. Allah subhanaw taala used this tactic, right? That what soft one had made them scared about. And so now they're thinking this picture. Now.
My bet comes and he basically fills in all of the colors of the picture exactly as had been described, that they are now lighting the word of the fire of war, and they are now beating the drums of vengeance. And they have promised themselves that they are not getting
To enjoy peace, until they extract extract vengeance at what you have done to them.
So I was for free and said what do you advise we do. So he said, I advise you flee as fast as your horses will take you.
And when somebody as noble as mad but we're so terrified. So this seal the fate of the courage and Allah subhanho wa Taala, as Allah says that Allah comes from ways that you don't expect, and he told me accessible, that allows the vigil came to them from places they never expected, and one of their own was so angry and Jani human, and so enraged at had their own vulgarity, that he turned against his own, you know, co religionists in this matter. And he basically painted this picture without any finger lifted from the Muslim side versus not even know he's gonna meet up with Sophia. But on his own accord, he basically frightened the courage away. And that was the last of that, but the process
of did not know. So he remained an asset for three days. And when they were certain, the scouts had informed them that the koresh had ran away that they're not going to come back then he returned back to Medina. And that was the end of the battle of all heard. But the question arises, two things we need to finish off on number one is a genuine loss or not. It is common perception that it is a loss, it's a defeat.
And it is true. That if you look at it in terms of how many people died, there's no question. There's no sugarcoating it, the Muslims lost. If you look at it from this one statistic, there's no sugarcoating it. The Quraysh lost 22 people 22.
And the Muslims lost at least 70 perhaps 75. So there's no question that three times the quantity of Muslims basically dies in this battle. However, there are many other ways to look at victory and loss beyond the number of people that are dead. Firstly, let's look at the goal of each of the two sides. The goal of the Muslims was simply to defend Medina.
Were they victorious in this goal? Yes. What was the goal of the pradesh to obliterate the Muslims? Were they successful in that? No, not at all. They were failure in every single matter. They were they thought they would surprise. They thought they would surprise the Muslims. They were not surprised by the way it is narrated that Abu sufian began suspecting that there might be a spy, because he said they were prepared. And there's no way remember we talked about how quickly they got from Mecca to Medina. Right. It was an unbelievably quick journey. And also, if you had began to suspect something is wrong, that there's somebody telling them and of course, there was because it
was, it was an Ibis, the uncle of the Prophet system. So in terms of the goals, the Muslims were victorious, in terms of the beginning portion of the battle, no doubt the Muslims were also victorious. When the moshtix fled, they were the ones who turned their backs and they fled. In terms of the end of the battle. Another way to look at victory and loss is who remains on the battlefield and who leaves. And in fact, it was the Muslims who remained on the battlefield. And it was the Quraysh, who had to go back. And therefore from this perspective, as well, the Muslims are not the losers. Yet another way to look at
the battle is prisoners of war. And on this count, the Muslims actually had one, the kurush had zero. So once again, in terms of POW use, the Muslims had one above even one is more than zero, right? One is still more than zero, and so they had one prisoner of war in the orange had zero. Yet another way to look at it is that the moose raccoon did not pursue the Muslims rather than Muslims pursued them the next day.
The Muslims pursued them, and they were not pursued. And this clearly shows us as well that the Muslims had the upper hand in this regard.
Yet another way to look at it, the Muslims remain three days at Hamad Al Asad, whereas the orange are traveling back. And this clearly shows the one who remains is the one who is superior. And second to last, the issue of the trade route was still the same.
The trade route, remember the whole point of making sure we can go to Syria, right? That has not been resolved. Still status quo, still the same problem for the push? Nothing has been resolved. And then the final point, if no player mentions
in What does is added that and was added not even Okay, you mentioned the final point, he says, from the very testimony of the kurush a very crema, what is accuracy? You haven't done anything worthy of honor yet?
We haven't impressed the young ladies yet. He knows Yeah, it's not a victory.
And this clearly demonstrates therefore
it's not a
pure victory but it's also not a loss
it was somewhat of a
imbalanced if you like, you know war in that the Muslims did not gain what they wanted but the whole range definitely did not even get a fraction of what they wanted no doubt the number of killed is more amongst the Muslim side but as Bob said lace who said what Atlanta for general lack of knowledge the two are not the same. Our dead are up there in gender and you're dead or down there in general, yet from all other angles are heard is in fact a victory and not a loss The only sense of loss is the number of dead. What are some of the wisdoms that we can derive the primary benefits and wisdoms from the battle have offered? Well let us begin by comparing authored with better comparing
or heard with budget. Regarding budget Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, that one of the wisdoms of better this is suited and five versus the other and along with comparing the two so Allah and Ron Sudan file excuse me, Allah subhana wa tada says one of the reasons of budget is Leah Misa Allahu Allah de seminar. So that Allah subhanho wa Taala can separate the filthy from the pure, while he Addis Ababa who had about and to put all of the hobbies together. So one of the wisdoms of budget is to separate the filthy from the pure who is the filthy, then we should recall, who is the pure the Muslims. Now in sort of earlier in Milan, Allah mentioned something very similar. Nakano
law who the other meaning Adam and tamala, he had a measle Habib Amina.
Allah is not going to allow the believers to remain as they are, until he shows them and separates for them the hubby's from the hip. Aha, so
he has the same wisdom as butter. But the people that are hobbiton are different, but it was always the same. But the hobbies in butter are.
And the hobbies and O'Hara's are gonna feel pain.
So we learn immediately from the origin, that one of the biggest benefits of offered is what? So you understand the real nature of nifa? Because you see,
they hadn't seen the nature of Nepal. They hadn't seen it. And there's always still a host of one, they can't be that bad.
Come on, they're gonna help us out when push comes to shove. Right? I mean, there's there is that notion, and when push came to shove
them when I fell on turn their backs and went back home.
And Muslims needed to see that in order to get the point across how evil then will not fit on our. And so Allah explicitly says, I'm not going to leave the believers like this until I separate the Hadith from the podium. So there is Tamizh the means means dis separation, in budget and in.
In bundler the term used was Freeman and co founder and an author the dummies was for a man and nifa with regards to budget, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, we read a lot and you have been helped Bobby Kelly mighty warrior aka double caffeine, you have been helped or you go to the doctor will look at how caffeine will carry home which demon that Allah Subhana Allah says that Allah wants to affirm the truth with his word, and he wants to cut off any root of the caffeine of the of the non unbelievers. In contrast to this, as we said, Allah azza wa jal mentions in the Quran that the reason for offered was what melodien enough. This is what I remember on explicitly when he Anima
Latina naffaa co, Joaquin de la junta Otto Otto de Sevilla with the pharaoh Paulo Nana mocha Talon letaba come home. Lil Cooper yo Madan apollomon. Home Lily man. So Allah says when it was said to them come and fight, or at least defend help us defend. They said, if we only knew how to fight, we would fight. Or if you if we knew there would be fighting we would fight. If there was truly fighting, this is exactly what I've done. Have no basis remember, like come on, there's not going to be actual fighting. If there is fighting then we will be there but we know there's not going to be fighting and Allah subhana wa tada exposes them in the put on another comparison between budget and
in better. Allah subhanho wa Taala showed a dream to the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting them in which the number of people that he saw was who remembers
much smaller. And Allah mentions the wisdom behind this and sort of sorted and fun. Is Eureka home along Humana michelina araca home Catherine lefur Shilton, wallet and as Achtung Phil Emery, well, I can no longer sell them. A lot mentions remember I showed you a few of them in a dream. If I had shown you the way that they were, what would have happened? left a Shinto wallet and as an item, you would have lost your him. He would have become lazy. Well, lazy isn't a good word, you will become demoralized.
And you would have began fighting amongst yourselves, but Allah protected you. So notice as a mercy, Allah subhana wa tada avoided them faltering and bickering and fighting. How about Orford
had either for shield Jim, what an aside from Phil.
Notice the exact same two things
when you began faltering and you began fighting amongst yourselves, things that were avoided in butter, you did them and
had to either for shield to what an atom and insert it and find that well, Oregon kathira left a shield to
write that you would have done this Well, I can no longer send them a law protected you from doing that. Right. And yet in our hood, you fell into bickering amongst yourselves fighting amongst yourselves. And multiple things happen as we learned from the Shula to the moon as to what to do with them. They began bickering and fighting and then the worst of them what I'll say to them and you disobeyed the prophets also, this isn't the Koran, right? Whereas in butter, you obeyed. And then you disobeyed what I say to men by the Morocco motto hipbone when you saw what you loved money, you disobeyed. And so because you obey the law of burden, a lot protected you from bickering and
deferring and demoralizing because you disobeyed Allah and His messenger or what happened? You bickered, you fell into dispute, and you lost him. Right? Look at the contrast between brother and offered.
brother, Allah protected them because of their him because of their sincerity, but they didn't have the same type. And they became greedy for that which they saw. And even though of course Allah subhana wa tada initially gave them victory as Allah says, what are the sort of Acoma Lovato? integris Unum but isn't it that Allah promised you? Allah fulfilled his promise to you? What are the sada Akuma la vida Allah fulfilled his promise to you, meaning the initial part of the battle, but Allah subhana wa tada then tested them for Masada sort of acumen, whom Liberty idea that Allah subhanho wa Taala tested you through your disobedience. And at the end, Allah says, well, aka the
alpha and come and Allah has forgiven all of you. And this is a very important point that Allah explicitly says in the Quran, whatever happened, I have forgiven you will look at alpha. and it is narrated, that reminded me I found many, many years later when the when the instigators who killed him, challenged him with certain points. One of the things they said is that didn't you run away at boyhood, meaning he was all alone. He was not with the group he ran away. And so he said, Indeed, I did. But did you not read the Quran? And then he quoted this verse, what, ah, Franco? that yes, I made a mistake, that I was of those who was unprotected, all alone and I fled. Remember, I was not
with those who were in the process of them, because he never got there. Whoever he was, he was by himself. So he fled, he turned his back and he fled. Then he said, Yes, I did. I was of those But didn't you read what Allah Himself said? So if Allah has forgiven me, who are you to come and tell me, didn't you do this right? Well, ohada uncom and also, what we learned one of the ayah that Allah subhana wa tada revealed is in Thun sotto la Han Solo como use a bit of koderma come, if you are sincere to Allah and you help Allah, Allah will help you and make you firm. And therefore through unity and through sincerity, Allah will help you through disunity through arguing through disobeying
Allah and His Messenger Allah subhanho wa Taala will take that help away. Contrast what the Sahaba said better and what they did. What decided and why I'd say at better that by Allah rasulillah if you take us to Baba, call him out if you take us to the end of the world. If you charge into the ocean, we're gonna go right to behind you. Go wherever you want to go. Go wherever Allah takes you. We are right behind you. Contrast this to what happened at when Abdullah nobody said, Why should we listen to us? Why should we listen to him when he hasn't listened to us because the contrast
Right. Why should we listen to him when he didn't listen to me, this is nobody's speaking, and 300 of them break away. And additionally, every one of the Sahaba they were unarmed, they were defenseless at but they're willing to fight. And that will hurt when they have all of the defenses and everything. They are swayed by the booty that they see. And therefore, we clearly see what happens when one obeys a law and one is sincere to a law versus when one disobeys and one is messenger, and is not sincere to Allah and His messenger. Another lesson that we see the difference in between Britain and Ohio, is that amazingly, all of the senior leaders at burden were killed
every one of them. And that's why it is such a miracle. Every single one of the big names never came back. Amazingly, pretty much every senior leader of boyhood is eventually guided to Islam.
from Abu sufian,
crema, to hard
to soft, one, two, I mean, it's amazing that Allah Subhana Allah, Allah knows who he will guide, and we will not. And Allah subhanho wa Taala will humiliate those who are not worthy of that is of Islam. And they were taken away at budget. And this really shows us the lesson of the heat. That and the point goes back here as toward the process of them said when the people wanted him, how can you ever forgive them? How can you ever forgive them? And a lot revealed in the Koran laser like I mean, I'm pretty sure shake. And if you understand Arabic, it is a very blunt way of saying this very blunt way. You have nothing to do of this.
So very hard to put up with harsh isn't maybe the buzzword, but it's very frank is a good word. It's a very frank way to say this, right? Because no one has the right to interfere with each other. No one, not even Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is the greatest human, he is hard to imagine to be in he is an admin, but he is not a god. And he will not interfere in the laws rubia and therefore this phrase that came in anger, and we excuse him, all of us, we understand that anger, Allah subhana wa tada said, No, whatever they've done, they have done boom, yes, but because my non volume rinex phrase, they've done boom to you, but you cannot have the right to forgive or to
punish. And this is what we see as well, that panel, most of them, in fact, were guided to Islam, including the very one who launches the counter offensive, and that is harder to maneuver lead, this very person will then eventually be called Safe will lock. The very person who does this, the process of honors him by calling him safe woman, so you feel like this is safer law. And we also learn over here, that victory is not granted, nor is it guaranteed, just because you're a Muslim, even just because if you're a good Muslim, even just because you're the best Muslim on Earth, which is the profitsystem victory doesn't just come because you're a good Muslim. Victory has to be
a victory has to be struggled for everyone has to go through struggle, no exceptions, zero, including the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is why even he needs to be wounded, to demonstrate not just to him, but especially to us. He knows this, but especially to us that no one's rank is raised in this world or the next accept through a patella except through testing, except through patience, except through pain, except through suffering. It is done to show that every single human no matter how
perfect they might be, they still need to go through the trials and tribulations. And of course, even somehow that there's a simple wisdom here, that our processing them is human, he bleeds like we bleed, he's wounded like we are wounded. Right. And to this day, there are some people that will say he's not human, he didn't cast a shadow. He didn't do this and that and again, a basic critique of the sealer that he is a human being and he is bleeding and he's wounded and his daughter has to put the bandaid on him and he's still bleeding. All of this clearly shows us that
even our profit system will not gain victory except through struggle except through sacrifice, and of the primary benefits and inshallah with this, we will open the floor for question shuttler of the primary benefits. In fact, probably the number one benefit of the whole battle of word is that the cause of humiliation and defeat is to disobey Allah and His messenger and to turn to this world above the zero, this is the number one benefit. This is really the moral of offered, that was demonstrated in a very clear manner. There is comes through the Battle of
sincerity to Allah unity standing for the sake of Allah. Even if you're
Under armed even if you don't have armor, even if you even even, and humiliation comes by turning away from the commands of Allah and His messenger and preferring this dunya over the next and that's exactly what Allah says, while slay tomb. Right, you disobeyed and minkow, manually the dunya woman community don't occur again, these are all gone. All of this is for the Battle of org. Some of you want the dunya. And some of you want the archaea. And this was the cause of defeat, or Seon and hope but dunya
that is, disobeying Allah and His messenger and loving this world, and rocked by Ahmed, who is one of the onsolve or even Ahmed had it is a cyber hottie. And this is really interesting Hadith which shows us how much the process and cared for the people of word.
Ahmed, he said that eight years afterward, when will that be eight years after
the very year that process and passed away, right? Eight years of samanya, Simeon after the profitsystem made a special deal for the dead or hurt Panama.
As if he was bidding them farewell.
Meaning as if they're alive and they're going away. So very meaning what does it mean to very emotional, it's as if they're in front of him. And he's, it's as if he's saying goodbye to them. This is eight years have gone. And he makes a special drop, for the people have ordered. And then he stood on the member. This is when he was sick the last week of his life Subhanallah the last week of his life, and he thinks of the people of water. And he stood on the member and he gave a hood vote which is recorded and Bahati of it of the things that he said is a follow up to him either held I will be the one who will be waiting for you at the at the fountain one a shahidan at a coma will
testify in front of Allah subhana wa Tada. You know, regarding you were in the marina either held the meeting place Meet me at the fountain. So Subhanallah he's telling the Sahaba that meet me at the fountain, he knows what's about to happen, the Sahaba don't know what's about to happen. So he's basically telling them that and you know, you're not going to be there. Don't worry, when you die when you're resurrected, nowhere to go, I will meet you at the held as if I am seeing the house right now. To me, Andre mccammon. And as if I'm seeing it right now, that is very close the Sahaba don't know that. And then he said, notice right after praying for offered right after remembering.
He's about to pass away. An urban farmer says at the end of this Hadith, he said that was the last time that I saw the face of the Prophet. So this is the last hotel that he gave in a public place
in amongst the public on his member by Hooda. We don't mean tomorrow. It's a sermon. That's the last Memorial he gave. Robert says the last time I saw his face, what did he say? He prayed for the people of words of Allah. And he said I'm gonna I'm gonna meet you at the fountain Wait for me at the fountain, our meeting places at the fountain. And then he said, I am not worried that you will fall into shidduch I am worried that after I die, this dunya will open up for you. And you will compete with one another one another 10 alpha suha. Right to try to get the most of it Subhana Allah boyhood dunya competition Look, the very last hold by he gives the very last public lecture. And
he's still thinking of herd and the Shahada of a herd he prays for them. And then the lesson is what loving this dunya too much. And he says that's what I'm worried about. Not sure the oma by and large is not going to know all of them fall into the hamdullah. That's not going to happen. Yes, miners should have we're all worried about yes segments of the oma but by and large The Omen hamdulillah they're not worshipping idols. But what is the problem of the oma now, that is a bit dunya that is wanting this world and wanting more and more of the piece of the pie. And this is what our Prophet says and was worried about, till the very end of his life directly linked to the loss at the Battle
of boyhood. And with this in shallow doubt, a 30. We open the floor for questions. Now.
The initial intention was to go for a little bit.
And then when they made the intention to throw the caravan way into glory for the enemy, gave him the glory and a hug was the exact opposite. There was no booty as the initial intention, it was really that
and then the booty was on the ground and then they went. This is a good point and that is that in the Battle of butter, the initial intention was the dounia but when they had to raise their
him and their intention for the sake of Allah, they all did it. They all did it down to the last man as we know. Yet in the Battle of boyhood, the initial intention was Jihad and Patel. But when they saw the dunya, many of them were tempted. And there they went downgrading their intention, right. And we know that in MLM we'll have a team, that the deeds are based upon the end of the deed, not the beginning. And so in our hood, it's helpful to want money, as long as it's, you know, had money, but when the knee had to go up to jihad, every one of them upgraded. But now, what happened? They downgraded, and they downgrade it at the expense of disobedience to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.
And that's exactly another contrast to give between Britain and offered.
I mentioned that the last week, I didn't mention by name, I mentioned that a number of ladies participated in the Battle of hood. However, actual fighting is not mentioned, what is mentioned is helping the wounded. And
yeah, there is a narration at the same time. It seems a lawanna I don't know the it's not I will have to look, I know I'm aware of this tradition at the same time. The idea that I mention in Bukhari and Muslim about the women, all of them so Omar Suleiman has mentioned, her issue is mentioned. And as part of the one more, it's not coming to mind.
Almost today, Marsha,
and one more is mentioned three are mentioned by name, that a number of Sahaba saying I saw her darting here and there I saw them with water on their head. One of them I saw, this is before hijab was revealed. So and this is saying that she had raised her skirt and tied it so she could run quickly. And she would run to the jewel and give them so the authentic narrations mentioned, taking care of the wounded. And also it is authentically narrated that when the women volunteered to participate in jihad, the prophets of Salaam said she had to conduct al Hajj and in one version, he said we do not take women on an expedition. So the reason they were at all heard is because Medina
is walking distance.
Whereas it is not the son of the process of generally to take women on an expedition. So Allahu Allah about that.
That 15th we said
15th right. Could you look it up? We said 15th 15th of show was Saturday.
So yeah, well, you realize there is no unanimous consensus six has also been narrated.
And there is no clear comparison schedule, you know, between Gregorian and Islamic calendar of that era, but one opinion is 15th.
This is your third question. You want to hand it to others before we come back to
quick points, applet, third one, then we move on. Third one, go ahead.
Xena has not been married, but
that's going to come later.
That's going to come later
would have been derived like you mentioned, what is the additional system?
It was not to be done during
the work less?
So the question is about the lessons that we derive from the process of being injured. As we've already said, the number one lesson is that even our profit system is not going to be handed victory on a platter that even he has to struggle like everybody struggled before him and after him. And this is why he is our perfect role model that had these things not happen then he would have been an angel role model, he would have been a superhuman role model, right? That's a panel on the diary. The one who's calling to Allah subhanho wa Taala he needs to know that the one in whose footsteps he's walking has suffered much more than he has. And this will be a constellation for him. This will
be a sense of peace for him. If anybody makes fun of you, that will lie in the process and was mocked much more than you and me if anybody physically beats you what happened I thought if is much worse than what's happening if anybody causes YouTube to bleed, then our process of the injuries you suffered are so gruesome that to think about them, you you you tremble. You know the the
did many of you this is just you don't want even to think of. So, this is something the process was being made into the perfect role model and this is the reality of parameters it had me That is why it is recommended. And of course, you know, as we said, there are other points to be derived as well, and that is to demonstrate truly who is the rub and who is the more boop and who is the ILA. And who is the, you know, the one who is worshipping Allah, Who is the abbot of the ILA. And there is a wisdom here as well because, frankly, we do have an issue amongst many of the people who really they suffer a lot are confusing between the process and, and, and really the attributes of Allah
subhana wa Tada. This is not possible that the divine is going to suffer in this manner. So to demonstrate who is Allah subhana wa Tada. And that's why the verse says they select the minimum body shape. These are the two main wisdoms, and I'm sure we can think of more, but these are the two that come to mind. Shall the last question is for
Muslims who have disobeyed.
Obviously, they were forgiven.
But till then, what was their status?
So the question is about those who survived, and who had disobeyed the process of the law while he was selling what happened. So we said that it is amazing, and it's a sign of genuine maturity, that none of them will represent it. That once Allah subhana wa tada has said, What are the alpha? And that that is it, the end of the story? Nobody ever went and, you know, criticize them? nor even did they criticize the younger shooter members who insisted to go fight it or hurt instead of remaining inside, nor even did they criticize those who killed
Yemen, the father of Odisha, right? This is again, one of the most amazing really stories of forgiveness that her they've lived with the very people who killed his father. And it was just completely forgotten. And he returned the blood money to the Pokhara that he got a lot of money, and he gave it back. And if he said we did not, and this really shows us that the Battle of boyhood had that impact of reunifying, the oma right of distinguishing between the Hobbit and the thigh, which is one of the points of that the oma regrouped in a much more pure fashion, and got rid of the impure elements so low, but this, this is a great sign of wisdom, and maturity. And I we mentioned
this three weeks ago when we said once the decision is made, and by the way, anybody who's on any ethical committee or whatnot should pay heed to this right? Anybody who has any type of responsibilities, it is of the etiquettes of Islam, that once the Shura has been made, that you go forward from that house. Don't go back and say I told you so. This is not the etiquettes of Islam. Right. Look what happened. You didn't listen to me. This is what I believe and obey said, This isn't what the Sahaba said, right. Once the Shura has been made, even the profitsystem followed it, and then called us for it as MTA fatawa Corolla once you make up your minds, call us put your trust in
the line go forward, right? And even if it ends up that way, realize this was what was the wisdom Allah decree? Do you not understand it? But this is what the wisdom is, right? And this is a very important etiquette. I mentioned this three weeks ago, I'm mentioning it again now, that of the benefits of boyhood. Once you make the proper decision, this is even at individual level you pray is the harder you ask the people that you'll be asked you made up your mind. Once you make up your mind after the proper, necessary preconditions. helaas you don't go back as the process of himself set a decent body and others don't say what If not, we'll know for in the low. Baba sheetla. Don't say oh,
I only wish I had done this. Because saying if opens up the door of shaitaan. And this is demonstrated and offered. You don't go back and rethink things through meaning. What does this mean? Like? You learn from your mistakes obviously, but you don't blame yourself or anybody else wants to decision has been made in shallow