The Legacy of Abraham - The most respected human on earth - Yasir Qadhi

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Shaykh Yasir Qadhi's khutbah on Lessons from the life of Prophet Ibrahim - Yasir Qadhi

Hajj the legacy of a Prophet and millions have gathered together in the most blessed land on earth to perform the rights that commemorate the actions of one great man - Prophet Ibrahim (AS).

Ibrahim (AS) is the single most respected human being on earth, a man whom Allah commands our Prophet (ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam) to take as a role model.

He is the only human whom Allah calls, an Ummah by himself, in the Qur'an - What did Ibrahim (AS) do to earn this great honour that makes his Emaan equal to an entire Ummah of 1.6 billion Muslims!

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his khutbah to the Legacy of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) - Lessons from the life of Ibrahim (AS).

"Whoever performs Hajj to this House -- the Ka'bah- and does not commit any obscenity and wrongdoing, he, or she, will come out as the day he, or she, was born - pure and free from sins." - [Agreed Upon]

Recorded on 4th November 2011

Shared on: 04 Sep 2015

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