The Islamic Hijri Calendar

Yasir Qadhi


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Rarely All praise is due to Allah subhanahu wa Tada. We praise Him and we seek his help. And we seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our souls and the consequences of our actions and need whomever Allah subhanho wa Taala guides, none can misguide. And whoever Allah chooses to misguide, none can guide him back to the straight path. bear witness and I testify that there is no deity worthy of worship other than Allah subhana wa tada and bear witness and I testify that Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is his final profit and his most perfect worshipper. As to what follows Allah subhana wa tada has reminded us in the Quran, to be conscious of him and to have Taqwa for he says,

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Yeah, you have Latina mana taco la help go to court to wala temotu illa, one to Muslim moon. Oh you who believe be conscious of a law and have Taqwa of Allah, the way that he is deserving you have Taqwa of Him and do not die except in a state of submission. My dear brothers and sisters in Islam a few days ago, we have just begun the new hijiri year and it is a sad state of affairs. And we are all guilty of this that because we follow the Gregorian calendar that the vast majority of us are completely clueless when it comes to our Islamic calendar. And we have no idea other than Ramadan of any of the significant dates. And so in today's cultiva I will in shout, Allahu to Allah remind

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ourselves of why the Islamic calendar began with the hijab because it is narrated in our books of history that in the reign of Ramadan, ohata radi Allahu taala and the Sahaba game together and they decided we needed a calendar. The calendar was not instituted by our Prophet Sall, Allahu Allah, he was setting them the way that the calendar existed in the time of the Sierra and pre Sierra was the way that it existed in many primitive societies where they would mark an event, this was the year of the drought, this was two years after the drought, this was three years before the invasion. So every few years, something major would happen, and they would then mark their calendars is in that

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manner. So as you grew up, you will remember this year that happened plus to minus three and so on and so forth. A year came when the Islamic Ummah realized we cannot maintain this forever. We are now a global oma, we are now global enough, we need a calendar and this was in a time of Ramadan called Fabiola with dad and he gathered the Sahaba in the masjid and he said we need a calendar they all agreed when should we begin? Some of them said Let us begin with the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam others they said Let us begin with the essential meraj others they said Let us begin with the conquest of butter because it was the biggest conquest. Others said the

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conquest of Makkah. Others said the birth of the Prophet system until finally one of them said Let us begin with the hegira of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because that was the year where the fate of the Muslims changed where persecution was eliminated. And there is there was granted. That was the year of change the year of the hijab. And once somebody suggested this, all of the Sahaba said yes, that's the best idea. So they unanimously said we should begin the most auspicious calendar with the most auspicious event within the Sierra and that is the immigration from Makkah to Medina the hedger of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So in today's brief,

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let us look at that incident and let us derive some benefits from that incident. As for the incident itself, we are all aware of the skeleton of details we are aware that our Prophet Sall Allahu Allah he was selling was persecuted for 13 years that jabril came to him and gave him permission to migrate, in fact, commanded him on this night to migrate because the orange had gathered to assassinate him. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam exited his house even though he was surrounded by the Quran and he recited the first verses of surah. Yaseen, what do you mean benei ad him said then womanhood for him said, For Allah Shana whom we blinded them, so they cannot see he

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recited these verses and they were blinded and he went out from under the very noses and the authority stayed the night pretending to be the outer form of the Prophet solo send them when they woke up and they realized it was early. They let him go. It was a brave activity. The Prophet sister went to Abu Bakar his house he had already prepared to camels in the middle of the night. They went to the heart of Seoul, they spent three days there for those three days. The son of Abu Bakar Abdullah would monitor what is happening the daughter of obachan asthma would bring them food after three days, they took a secret

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path to Medina during that hegira that took place miracles happen of them as the miracle of Soraka of them is the miracle of the she camel that gave the milk of them is the miracle of the the spider's web or some narration say, the nest of the the dove or the pigeon. All of these are miracles that took place until they arrived at Oba The story is well known to you. What are some of the benefits from this story? First and foremost, let us begin. First and foremost of the most important benefits of this story is the combination between trusting in a law and doing what is necessary to protect oneself to look cool, and deeds and precaution go hand in hand. The Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam didn't just say a law will protect me and he sat in his house. He didn't just say Allah is the hydrogen molecule that Allah is medical. And he just said that Allah is Hi, Ron. Hi, Phil ball. No, he had Eamonn he had to look cool. And he had a plan and he enacted that plan. There was a very ingenious plan, and the plan was for them to take a secret route. The plan was to wait three days in a cave. The plan was down to the minute details executed Where will the food and water come from? How will the tracks be covered up who will be their guide? This is meticulous planning down to the smallest detail. And yet as well along with that planning, there was the immense amount

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of work cool in Allah subhana wa Tada. This demonstrates when we have a problem, when there is an issue in our community, piety does not negate action and action should not take the place of piety, the to go hand in hand we need to make dua to Allah. But we also need to plan in light of the Islamophobia in light of the massacres taking place in light of all the problems of the world. Of course, we are spiritual Of course we make do out of course our Eman and tawakkol goes up but at the same time we don't just sit on our behinds and do nothing. We act we plan we execute those plans. We do what needs to be done, as the famous Hadith says tie your camel and then put your trust in Allah

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subhana wa tada of the wisdoms and benefits of this incident of the Sierra is that we see the attitude of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the the sense of is that he had during this time when he left to Mecca at a time of persecution when he left Mecca when his life was threatened. He left calmly, peacefully his head held high putting his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. Even though his life was in danger, he was not scared. He did not cower when he returned to MK as a conquer when he came at the head of an army of 1000s of Muslims when he entered MK in the eighth year conquering makup he was not arrogant, he lowered his head in humility, so much so jobbers said I saw the tip of

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his head touch the hump of the camel out of stage that to allow on the camel riding the camel His head was put down, contrast leaving muck up life and persecution, his head held i a law will protect me and during makup as a victor, his head Hello thanking Allah subhana wa Tada. This is the attitude of the believer in times of stress. In times of danger, your mind is strong and you will put your toe in a lot of zoa gel. In times of happiness. In times of joy. In times of jubilation, your head is low, because you don't want to be arrogant. You don't want to demonstrate keba you thank Allah subhanho wa Taala for the blessings that He has given you of the blessings of this incident of the

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Syrah of the lessons of the hegira of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that victory is given to the righteous will are able to deal with Turkey and the end result of victory will be given to the people of taqwa no one could have predicted that the man who fled for his life for his safety in the middle of the night would barely in eight years come back and conquer the very city that expelled him. No one could predict this. But this is what happens when you have to what could and taqwa Allah azza wa jal will help and protect you of the lessons we learn is the famous Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu. I send them that know that in nanoceramic, a suburb Allah help will only

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come after you have demonstrated patience. The Nasir and the suburb go hand in hand, you do not get victory until you have been tested with patience. And this is something that is throughout the Quran and the Sunnah, there are so many verses

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linking the concept of victory with patience, you will not gain victory until Allah has tested you until there has been some pain and suffering. Victory is not handed on a silver platter. If anybody would have had victory without any effort. It would have been our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but even he had to struggle.

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Even he had to toil even he had to bleed in the Battle of even he had to lose loved ones one after the other. If anybody were to be handed victory without lifting a finger, it would be our Navy and our asuo sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but that is not the son of Allah in His creation, you want victory. You want the result? You want to taste the blessings, you need to demonstrate that you're worthy of it. And that is shown in one suburb and one's patience. And this is what our Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, no, that victory only comes after patience of the blessings and the fruits of this story of the Sierra is that we learned once again, what is the model way to answer when

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people reject you, when people make fun of you when people try to persecute you, our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam continued to forgive fire who was fun to lobby to forgive and turn the other cheek until a laws command comes and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for 13 years. He did not lift a finger Yes, he made against the kurush Yes, he was angry at what happened but he never once lifted a finger and he would make dua to Allah. Then when he came back as a conqueror, and he had every right to exact retribution. He had every right to punish the people who tried to kill him. No person would have blamed him if he executed the ones who were mutineers, the ones who are trying to

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kill and persecute but what did he say at times of strength, he showed forgiveness and at times of weakness he showed his and glory. This is the role model we have in our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we learn from this you always show them that you're better than them. You show them your religion makes you better than them. He never responded to filth and vulgarities with filthy filth and vulgarities. He always responded with dignity. He always responded showing his moral upbringing the fact that he was better than a man is Allah. And then when the time came that he could have exacted vengeance. What did he do? He said, Go for all of you are free today is helpful for an

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Tomoko car. And because of that magnanimity, because of that mercy, they entered into Islam or at NASA yo Luna fee Dean and he have one of the lessons we learned from the hegira of the Prophet sallallahu. I think he was setting some of the most important lessons that we learned is an explicit Hadith. It is an authentic hadith memorize this beautiful Hadith men Takashi alella, a waterhole law who hire on men. Whoever leaves something for the sake of a law, Allah will give him something better than what he left. Whoever leaves something for the sake of Allah will give him something better. Now in this case, we do not say Medina is better than Mk. But in reality in some aspects

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Medina is better and in some aspects mcca is better, but the point is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was forced to leave Mecca, he did not want to leave Mecca. It was the land of his youth and upbringing. It was the land where he was born into it was the land of his ancestors dating back 3000 years. Ibrahim is married were the ones who founded Makkah, this is his land, he did not want to leave makup when he left Makkah, he was crying the books of Sierra mentioned he turned around and he said he's speaking to the city metaphorically, as if the city can hear him, but it is the heart that is yearning and he says, omaka You are the most beloved of a lost lands to me. But were it not

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for the fact that my people have forced me to leave, I would never have left. So at that time, he is saying you are the most beloved of all lost lands to me. But what happened when he left mecca for the sake of Allah and he entered Medina, Medina became the most beloved land and Medina became the most beloved city in the Muslim ummah. Yes, we love Makkah. But let us be honest, Medina has a special place in our hearts mcha indeed has the jello but the Gemma is in Medina, what happened? whoever gives something up for the sake of Allah, Allah gives him something better than that. The love that we have for Medina, the status of Medina in the Muslim legacy is unparalleled. Even as we

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acknowledge that makup has its blessings as well, of the lessons that we learn from the syrup and from the incident of the hegira This is a very profound lesson. I don't want to be misunderstood. I just want to go over this quickly and inshallah maybe later on we can talk about it, but it must be mentioned very clearly. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a minority in Makkah, he did not have political authority in Mecca. There was much evil in Makkah, there was moon karate and maca open idolatry open Zina. There was nudity in Mecca never forget how people did throw off and you know what I'm talking about. The Quran mentions how men and women did throw off in that time. That

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is the makup of the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Despite all of that negativity, despite all of that filth, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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remained in that land. Why? Because he was preaching the truth. And he was allowed to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala. Yes, he didn't agree. And he spoke out against the truth. But number one, he never forced his views on anyone else as a minority. And number two, the evil of that land did not negate the positive that he's doing with his presence. So two, we learn brothers and sisters, we might be surrounded by a lot. That's depressing. A lot. That's evil, a lot that's far harsher and Moncur. And that is indeed not good. But our presence here must be a presence that is positive. Yes, we speak the truth. But the fact that there's evil around us does not mean that we cannot live here.

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Our Prophet system chose to live in Mecca. He didn't have to, in fact, what did he say when he left? makup? He said were it not for the fact that my people have expelled me I would never have left which means despite the evil of Makkah, the moon kurata maka, the fire heisha of muck up the idolatry of Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu either sent him Why did he leave when he was not allowed to worship a law that's when he left as long as you're able to worship a law as long as you can fast and pray and nobody forces you to commit idolatry to commit should to commit one karate. And as long as you want to, you may live in the land as a minority, but you must preach the truth. You must

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practice the truth, you must embody the truth. And this is something that is very deep and profound. Our goal in this land, my dear brothers and sisters, is not to have any overthrow revolution. That's not our goal. Some of the movements think this No, our goal is to be Lita kuno, shuhada asanas, we are going to be witnesses to the truth we need to embody exemplify what does it mean to be a believer in God in a godless time? What does it mean to have a religion in an irreligious time? What does it mean to be a morally upright person? When morality is marked, we need to be examples and role models. This is our goal in this land. And the Macan era clearly proves this. I'm not talking

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about Muslim majority countries. By the way, if we were in those lands, definitely no denying we want the laws of the land to reflect our religion of Islam. But that's when in Muslim majority as for us over here, the Moroccan example is very clear. And this is a deeper topic, maybe we'll try it at a later time of the blessings of the cod and of the incidents we can derive from the hegira of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam is that every test and trial and every calamity In fact, sifts through the believers and raises the ranks of some and debases the ranks of others, it is because of the Hydra, that the Maha Judo are called muhajir own. It is because of the hedgerow that Allah azza

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wa jal raised a group of Sahaba above the others because they migrated for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. Any time a calamity afflicts you, this is your potential to raise up in the eyes of Allah, you can go higher. Always seek Allah's refuge, you can go lower, never look at a negative, as always being negative, every negative has the potential for it to become a positive for you. The hegira the persecution, the death threats, it was very bad some people lost their lives, but because of it, and by responding in the appropriate manners, Allah azza wa jal chose some people and raised them to be the best of the best. So to every negative opportunity that you see in your life, you have the

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potential to convert it into a positive with your own reaction with your own Eman and taqwa because of the hegira, the Mohawk the unsired in Medina as well, their ranks were raised up, they didn't have that opportunity. Now that the Maha Joon came, Allah said the people of Medina they welcome them Oh Ha Joon, they prefer them over themselves. They gave them of their food in their houses. We all know the famous story of the famous on Sati Who said I have two houses, you take one and I'll have one, I have two gardens and he split his entire wealth in half out of love for Allah and His Messenger, we would not give half of our wealth to our blood brother, the unsalted gave half of

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their wealth to the Mahajan. Because of that their ranks were raised up it was a negative, but by responding in a positive their ranks have been eternally etched in history and their respect. And there is has been written in this world of the most important lessons of the hijra. And how often we need to be reminded of this, my dear brothers in particular is the role of the young generation the next generation and the role of our sisters and our women, the hero could not have taken place, the incident of the hegira could not have taken place without the role of the youth and the role of the women. They played a vital role and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took advantage of their

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zeal and their spirit and he took advantage of who they were look at the role of the father because he was only 13 or 12 years old, because he was a beloved to the college, the professors and knew that they wouldn't harm Ali. Nonetheless, it was a risk even though it is understood. They're not gonna

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No harm a teenager, they're not going to harm it because when they agreed they agreed to kill one man. They would never kill anybody else, especially a young child. Nonetheless, it is a risk. And it rhodiola Juan volunteered that shows his bravery, his courage rhodiola to Allah and, and also look at the role of Abdullah the son of Abu Bakar, Serbia. He was the one who would listen to the news, find out what is happening, he would take his flock and make sure that the footsteps have been erased by the flock of sheep. So he's playing a vital role. Look at a smart Binti abubaker, the one that is called she have the two belts to Nepal pain, because she played the most vital role of

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surreptitiously secretly providing food and milk to them for three days. Nobody's going to monitor a young girl, she was barely 15 at the time, nobody's going to monitor what she's doing. She is going here and there. But the bravery that it took, in fact, her own grandfather in a vehicle, hoffa knew something was wrong, because he's a part of the family. He was a missionary at the time, and he barged into the house, he said, Where is my son? Where is Abu Bakar. And she said, if you look around you wherever you see, I see, meaning she didn't want to tell where she doesn't want to lie. She says wherever he is, you can see as well as I can. And he slapped her so hard that blood came

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from her face, but she did not tell where Abu Bakar was. And then when the time came to give her some food, she had to hide it in a small parcel. She didn't have any material to use. She took her own girth, her own belt, and she tore it in half. And she used half of it to cover her modesty and the other half to tie the food in. And then she smuggled it. The point is our youth, the next generation, the women, they played a vital role all men Why is it then that you try to relegate our youth as if they have no role to play you try to ignore with women and the contributions they give women, our half of our oma our youth are the next generation. If we don't train them, don't take

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advantage of them what is going to happen? The Sierra tells us that we train our youth that we take advantage of the talents of our sisters and make sure that we they play also a role in the oma of what we learn of the Sierra as well. And what we learned of the hegira is the vital role of good companionship, the necessity of having good friends. As soon as jabril came down and told the Prophet salallahu idea he was setting up to perform the hedgerow gibreel was the one who said and Allah has told you to perform it with Abu Bakar.

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Allah mentioned the name of Abu Bakar jabril came down with the name of Abu Bakar and that is why in the entire Koran the term Sahabi is only used once for Abu Bakr, Siddiq and no one else nobody else is literally called us. If you only saw havilah Tyson in the LA Marina, when he said to his companion, anybody who denies that it will bucket is also hobby is denying the Koran when he said to his companion, don't worry, Allah is with us. The importance of surrounding yourself with a good team, the importance of having loyal the importance of having faithful people around you. That is why Allah chose abubaker to do to be that Sahabi of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well

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notice that a man of Abu Bakar Ayesha vaguely remember she was barely four or five years old. She says I never knew that a person can cry out of happiness, until I saw my father abubaker cry the day that the Prophet system came into our house and MK and told him that Allah mentioned him by name. And Allah said go to Hydra with Abu Bakar and Abu Bakr Siddiq began crying out of happiness that Allah had given him that honor. This is what a man is. This is what taqwa is. That is what good so and companionship is of the blessings we learned from the incident of the hijab is the fact that it is normal and natural to have an attachment to the land of your youth, the land where you have

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lived, even if that land has evil in it. Our Prophet system was crying as he left Mecca. And when he left Makkah, there were 360 idols standing around the Kaaba. When he left Mecca, there was much evil in Mecca, yet he still said you are the most Beloved of Allah, his lands to me, he loved America, he wanted to stay in Makkah, there is nothing wrong with having a natural attachment to the land of our youth, the land where we are born, as long as it doesn't go into the realm of an Islamic attachment. Our ultimate attachment is Islam. Everything else is conditional to that. And of the blessings as well and with this, we conclude our first hold up is the fact that when, when our priorities are

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challenged, when we are put to the test, we need to look what is most important and sacrifice what is less important for what is most important. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never sacrifice tauheed he never sacrifice La ilaha illAllah he gave up his land, he gave up his city, he gave up his tribe, he gave up everything for the sake of Allah Subhan

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Went to Allah and then Allah rewarded him the question to all of us as we commemorate the hegira What have we given up for the sake of Allah in order to gain even more, this is the reality of digital. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Well muhajir, the real person who has done higgitt or is the one who has done hedger Ah, from what Allah has forbidden, that is the real hedger to turn away from what Allah has what Allah has forbidden and to embrace the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala May Allah bless me and you with and through the Quran, and may He make us of those who is versus they understand, and those who implemented heroin and heroin throughout their

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lifespan. I ask Allah to forgive me for you as well asked him He is the food and the ramen

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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah helwa hadn't had a solid LLM yet William EULA William yaku. cufon. ahead, Roberto. Quickly, my dear brothers and sisters is a common misconception that the hijra took place in the month of Muharram. In fact, it did not. The merger took place in the month of May Oh well, but the year of the hedgerow is this year, the actual month that it took places who won and the Sahaba decided the year will be the year of the hedgerow. Then they said what month and they decided what how wrong because it occurred after hedge and they said hedge when you come back, you have a new beginning, you start all over again. So they decided Muharram should be the first month

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of the year of the Hydra. Ask for the actual month of the hedgerow. It was the month of October in a world when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam migrated from Mecca to Medina. So we are in the month of Muharram. And this month is one of the most blessed months of the Islamic calendar, our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called this month, the month of Allah shouto law hidden in what he called the month of a law the month of Muharram. And there is no other month that he called the month of Allah. And he said, there was no month that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would love to fast in more after Ramadan than the month of Muharram. And Muharram is one of the sacred

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months of the Islamic calendar, you know that there are four months of the Islamic calendar that are that are sacred. And what does that mean? It means that Allah has chosen them, it means that there are more blessings, it means that in that month, you should be extra pious, and of those months is the month of more how to run and especially the 10th of Muharram what our Prophet Sall Allahu Allah was sending migrated to Medina, he found that you who were fasting on the 10th of Muharram so he said, Why are you fasting? They said, this is the day that Allah saved Moosa from Freetown. This is the day that the B'nai Israel were saved. So we observe it as a thanks to Allah subhana wa Tada. So

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said not to be Muslim income, we have more right to be proud of Moosa to follow Moosa than you, we are the real followers of the Prophet Musa who really respect and honor Him and follow his tradition. And so he commanded the Muslims not to command of would you but a command of Sunnah he commanded the Muslims to fast on the 10th. And he said, If Allah gives me life, I will fast on the ninth and the 10th. And he said, I hope I have expectations that Allah shall forgive the sins of the previous year for the one who fasts on the 10th of Muharram. This means the minor sins that are should be forgiven. So the 10th of Muharram is coming up on Monday.

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And so we should try our best to fast on Monday, it is but one day of the year and the prophets have said insha Allah, it will forgive the sins of the previous year, meaning the minor sins, and it is preferred to fast ninth and 10th. That is going to be Sunday and Monday this year, in case you don't have the him Metro fast two days, at least fast one day, and that is the 10th. And this year, coincidentally is happening on a Monday, which is also a day of student debt to fast. So my dear brothers and sisters, I remind myself and all of you take advantage of this opportunity, a time will come when we won't have the 10th of Muharram to fast we're not going to be here take advantage of

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how many however many years we have. And the final point my dear brothers and sisters, how quickly Time flies one year after another, it goes away in the twinkling of an eye before we know it and Subhanallah we ourselves will not be here as well how many of our friends and relatives have passed away in the past year, Allah knows who amongst us will be alive when the next turmoil but when the next hijiri year comes along, only Allah knows. So take advantage of the time that Allah has given you. Make sure that you die in a state that Allah xojo will be pleased with you take advantage of every day, every week, every month every opportunity do not trivialize any good deed. And remember,

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the most important and most blessing of all good deeds are those that are frequent and regular even if they are small alum in need for a minimal Allahumma Ted and learner if you had to meet him and he loves a photo when I have Manila for Raja while I dine in a local boy

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