Following Al-Faruq, may God be pleased with him, to the congregation with guidance and education in Medina: lessons and lessons

Dr. Ali Muhammad Al-Sallabi – Special Turkish Press

Al-Farooq used to provide the congregation with guidance, education and education through daily interaction, especially on Friday, when the Friday sermon was one of the important pulpits in leading and rationalizing the nation, and Farouk’s history has many of his sermons, and these are transient references to some of his sermons:

Omar gave a sermon on the pulpit of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and give him peace, saying: The ban on wine has been revealed, which is five things: grapes, dates, wheat, barley and honey. And wine is not intoxicating to the mind, and there are three things I wish the Messenger of God, may God bless him and give him peace, will not leave us until he has entrusted to us a covenant: grandfather, defiance and chapters of usury. . (Al-Tantawyan, 1983, p. 263)

And he delivered a sermon on Friday to advise the people and explain their rights over him, so he said: O people! Some greed is poverty, and some despair is wealth, and you accumulate what you do not eat, and you meditate on what you do not realize, and you are put off in the abode of error. He took his bed, and whoever announced something; He has taken his publicity, so we show you your best ways, and God knows best what is hidden, for he is the one who shows us something and claims that his secret is good. We have not believed him, and whosoever hath shewed us good in public, we have esteemed him well, and know that some stinginess is a branch of hypocrisy; own stinginess is saved, it is they who are successful.} [الحشر: 9], Dear people! Make your dwelling good, set your affairs straight, fear God your Lord, and do not dress your wives Coptic; If it does not cure, then describe it. Dear people! I would like to exist, not for me or against me, and I hope that if I live a little or a lot among you, I will work out the truth in you, as God wills. And that no one of the Muslims remains – even if he is in his house – but his right and his share of God’s money came to him, and he does not work for himself and is never addressed to him, and makes you money right that God has provided for you, and a little in mercy is better than many in violence, and manslaughter is a death from death harms justice And the immoral and the martyr is he who considers himself, and as one of you want a camel let him pull to the far length and strike it with his stick. Let him buy it (Hanbali, 2000, vol. 2, p. 717)

Great pronunciation from the sermon:

Omar, may God be pleased with him, opened his sermon with a great statement in which he explained: that true wealth comes from contentment, and true poverty is through greed The source of contentment is despair over what is in the hands of men . He is satisfied with what he has, and who is satisfied with what he has; fired; And if he be poor, and every one that loveth covetousness, and looketh for what is in the hands of men; He became poor in himself, and if he was rich in his money, his money is not enough for him. Because wealth is the wealth of the soul, and a common sense requires that a person not gather more of the world than he needs, and that his worldly hope should not be attached to what he does not possess, and that he views the world as a place of destruction, and that he is not deceived by its attractions and temptations (Al-Yahya, 1996, p. 300).

Taking people outside and leaving their secrets behind

And in this sermon is a report of what the case was about after the interruption of the revelation to take people to their appearance and leave their secrets to God Almighty, and it indicates that the governor is not responsible for the to judge secrets wholeheartedly. , and he will not be able to do it, but he is responsible for the righteousness of the outward appearance of men, and out of the righteousness of the outward being is formed. is not declared in it, and those who openly declare or defend immorality do not appear in it. For social habit – and this situation – is in line with that proclaimed of righteousness and noble morals As for that which is hidden from deviation; The Islamic custom rejects it, so its companions are forced to cover up and withdraw.

Some stinginess is a branch of hypocrisy:

And he said – may God have a delight in him :: And know: that a lack of hypocrisy is evident in those who fail to spend in the way of God Almighty, and they see lands and sects of their nation assaulted by the unbelievers, their honor violated, and their lands plundered, so that those who assaulted them rise to jihad, but they do not They only find a few Muslims who help them with their money, because those who became ill has of the disease of scarcity to believers has been characterized by practical hypocrisy, which is a sign of poor faith.

I was born to survive, not for me or against me!

A delicate feeling, and a very accurate perception in the sense of responsibility, for bearing the state is to take an action of the highest good deeds, but it has dangerous pitfalls, which it in a work of the worst deeds can change, and how much responsibility has his work increased his mention to God, the Almighty, and to the righteous people; Because of what he does to hold himself accountable for every little and big thing, and how many responsible people have worked against it; Because he followed his own whims and preferred the satisfaction of the people over the good pleasure of God Almighty.

And Umar, may God be pleased with him, was one of the most prominent of the greats in history who represented justice in its most eloquent form, yet he says this article, and his great fear of God Almighty leaves him the reward for his work in the state in exchange for the burden of Tahir Al-Urdan coming out (Al-Hamidi, 1998, vol. 20, p. 266)

Find references:

Ali Muhammad Al-Sallabi, Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, His Character and His Time, Dar Ibn Kathir, 1424 AH-2003 pp. 213-216

Yusuf bin Al-Hassan bin Abdul Hadi Al-Dimashqi Al-Salih Al-Hanbali, Pure Justeousness in the Virtues of the Commander of the Faithful Omar bin Al-Khattab, Dar Adwa Al-Salaf, Riyadh, first edition 1420 AH 2000 AD.

Qassem Ashour, Fara’id al-Kalam for the Honorable Caliphs, Dar Tuwaiq Saudi Arabia, first edition 1419 AH 1998 AD.

Abdul Aziz Abdullah Al-Hamidi, Islamic History Positions and Crosses, Dar Al-Da`wah, Alexandria, Dar Al-Andalus Al-Khadra, Jeddah, First Edition 1418 AH 1998 AD.

Yahya Ibrahim Al-Yahya, The Rightly Guided Califate, and the Umayyad State from Fath Al-Bari, Dar Al-Hijrah, Riyadh, first edition 1417 AH 1996 AD.

Ali Al-Tantawi, Naji Al-Tantawi, Akhbar Omar and Akhbar Abdullah Ibn Omar, The Islamic Office, Eighth Edition, 1403 AH 1983 AD

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