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The video discusses the stories of Nabi Ismail and the discovery of the Zamzam well. Nabi Ismail was born to Nabi Ibrahim and Siti Hajar and played an important role in the practices of the hajj and sacrifice, leading to the development of Islam. The story of the discovery of the Zamzam well follows Hajar's search for water after Ibrahim left her and Ismail in Mecca. After climbing two hills seven times, Hajar found the well and the water has been used by Muslims during Hajj ever since. The well is known for its blessings and healing properties. The video highlights the importance of these stories in Islamic history and the faith and trust in Allah they demonstrate.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the story of Nabi Ismail and his important role in the development of Islam, specifically in the practices of the hajj and sacrifice. Nabi Ismail was the first child of Nabi Ibrahim and his wife Siti Hajar, born when his mother was 100 years old. He was a pious and obedient child, and his birth was considered an answer to Ibrahim's prayers. Eventually, from Ismail's lineage, the Prophet Muhammad would be born, while from the lineage of his brother Ishaq, 15 prophets would come. The speaker also mentions Nabi Ibrahim's dream of sacrificing his son Ismail as a test from Allah, which is a significant event in Islamic history.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the story of Prophet Ibrahim and Prophet Ismail is told, and how Prophet Ibrahim was commanded to sacrifice his son, which he conveyed to his son, Prophet Ismail. When Ismail replied in obedience to his father, they both showed unflinching faith and submission to Allah's will. Eventually, Allah replaced Ismail with a magnificent and precious ram in the sacrifice, as a reward of His servitude. This story is one of profound love, dedication, submission, and trust in Allah, and it is from this story that the practice of sacrificing animals on Eid ul-Adha originates.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, Ustaz Edi explains the story of how the Zamzam water was discovered. The story begins with Prophet Ibrahim bringing his wife Hajar and son Ismail to Mecca after receiving a command from Allah. Ibrahim leaves them there and Hajar and Ismail run out of water. Hajar searches for water and upon being unable to find any, climbs two hills seven times until the angel Jibril appears and reveals Zamzam water to her. The water was discovered when baby Ismail's foot hit the ground and Hajar dug a hole that produced the water. The water has never run out and is used by the Muslim community throughout the world during Hajj.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the video recounts the story of the discovery of the Zamzam well, which began with a group called the Jurhun tribe visiting the location and being welcomed by Siti Hajar after realizing that water was available. This incident marked the beginning of life in Mecca, and the Zamzam water is known for its many blessings and healing properties. The video also reminds viewers that any errors in the retelling of the story are the fault of the speaker, but that ultimately the truth comes from Allah.

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