Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 138 – The Revelation Of Surah Nur

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the life of the Prophet sallali alayhi wa sallam, including their importance in the development of their language and the loss of their older sister. They also touch on the aftermath of the killing of the Prophet known as Miss Rees and the loss of their family. The importance of highlighting human elements in achieving humanity and the practicality of human existence is emphasized, along with the use of slander in accusing someone and the importance of being mindful of one's words. The segment also touches on the history of Islam, including the use of the term "naive" in the title of the book, and the significance of the title in relation to the way out of the COVID crisis, the importance of women being viewed as strong and powerful, and the need for women to be viewed as strong and powerful. The title is also discussed as a way to unlock the power of men and women to unlock the potential of men and women.
AI: Transcript ©
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In these podcasts, we uncover one chapter after another from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in an attempt to learn about him, love him and better ourselves through his example, immersion, mentorship, companionship and data. These are just a few of the things we offer, alongside knowledge of the prophetic Biography at Syrah intensive, two weeks dedicated to the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his noble characteristics. So this winter, join me in Dallas, Texas, alongside your classmates from all over the world, to learn the story of the life of the best of humanity, the mercy to mankind, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa

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Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah, who Allah Allah He will be here at moraine.

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inshallah, continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam siracha, we are the prophetic biography.

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In the previous session, we talked at length about

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one of the major events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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particularly if you look at it in light of being,

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you know, an event from or rather an event pertaining to the personal life of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, it was probably one of the most major events and a very difficult ordeal, and one that came with ultimately, a lot of benefits, a lot of guidance and a lot of insights and instruction from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And of course, I'm talking about the accusation or the false allegations, the slander of our mother, in shadow, the Allahu taala. So as I mentioned previously, this all transpired in the sixth year of higit. On the sixth year of the profits, a lot of these homes residents in the city of Medina, this more specifically occurred towards, you know,

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the second half of that year, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had left Medina embarked on the campaign of what would be known as banal, Masonic.

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And it was, ultimately Alhamdulillah, it was not a very lengthy or a very difficult or arduous, you know, battle, the Muslims were able to achieve victory fairly easily, without too many too much loss of life on either side. But in the returned back from this journey, that's where things became very interesting. And that's where a lot of fascinating things occurred. And one of them, of course, we talked about was the very tragic and unfortunate slander, ugly, false accusation against our beloved respectable, honorable mother, shout out the Allahu taala on how the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So we talked about the entirety of the incident, and we talked about how it finally concluded and ended with the last panel which Allah revealing a significant portion of the profit of the book of Allah, absolving, the wife of the prophets allottee, from the mother of the believers in shadow, the Allahu taala and her from any type of wrongdoing, and calling out the people who would have dare accused her of anything at all, let alone something so heinous, and egregious, as you know, what they had accused her of. And so I had expressed in the previous session that, as you know, has been our habits and kind of our tradition, if you will, in our series on the life of the Prophet Salafi,

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so that whenever there is a an event, and at you know, due to that event, or in the aftermath of that event, there was the revelation, particularly if there was a revelation of a significant portion of the Quran, in order to really create a very tangible, practical and powerful connection between the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala, and the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because the two are completely intertwined. And the two are completely related and cannot actually be fully appreciated. without the other. Right, neither one can be fully understood and appreciated without the other. But unfortunately, a lot of times, you know, as we find it these days, that the two have

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become very separated and almost kind of separate areas or fields of study. And this is no doubt you know, as a result of a couple of things. Number one is overall, our lack of study our lack of

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of diligence in studying our Deen in our religion, where we don't make enough time to really properly deeply and profoundly study our religion. So we end up reading a little bit of cedar, we end up reading a little bit of translation of the Quran. And we never actually get to the point where we start making the connections between to do and thereby appreciating both and being able to extract deeper and more profound and beneficial lessons. Number two is overall because of the decline of knowledge and understanding and insight into our religion itself, that we became very influenced by outside, you know, voices and influences. We became affected by outside influences.

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So, the orientalist many different arenas of you know, religious study or religious academics, ended up telling us that what the seed of the prophets a lot, he said, um, really isn't valid or authentic or authoritative. And so we as Muslims over time without even realizing it became influenced by that. And so we ended up discarding or putting aside the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and thereby not really sometimes being able to understand not only, of course, what Allah subhanaw taala is saying, but how profound it is that Allah is saying what he's saying, because of when he said it. Alright, and on the other hand, maybe we are studying the life of the Prophet sallallahu, some at

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some level, but like I said before, because of our lack of effort and initiative, and our distance from the book of a lot and the language of the book of Allah, we don't have a good appreciation of the Quran, and realizing that we are going to have to put in work and learn the Arabic language in order to be able to appreciate the Koran fully, we naturally started to shy away from it, and became lazy in regards to it and became distant from it. So these two things became separated, unfortunately, for a lot of people. So what we tried to do in these in our series on the life of the prophets, a lot of the time here, the prophetic biography, whenever like I said, we study a

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particular event. And there's some for unrelated to that event, then what what we what we ended up doing in that circumstance is then going to the book of a law going through those if and seeing how it must be addressed the situation that we just studied. Now, before I actually go through the verses of surah, to *, which is Surah, number 24. And we're going to be going through is 11 through 26. Before I do that, there was one last

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You know, there was one last, if you will detail about this event, and one of the issues in the aftermath of this entire scenario of if the accusation the slander of Chateau de La Cucina, there was one last thing that I wanted to talk about that was a consequence of this, because it is addressing the IRS in the vs. And then inshallah we'll go through the IRS and be able to appreciate it.

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And the last situation that I wanted to talk about, was pertaining to, so I had mentioned previously, that the way that I shadowed the Allahu taala and he even found out about what was being said about her was through the

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arms of Abu Bakar. Not even her, her aunt, but her father, Abu Bakar is a very elderly lady, who is known as Mr.

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Mr. Mr. All right, the mother of Mr. Mr. Was the title or the nickname of her son, her son's name was out, but he was known by the name of Mr. And so the mother of Mr. She ended up breaking the news to shut out the Allahu taala on her. And specifically, if you recall, the incident was that she tripped or she stubbed her toe or kind of hit her foot on a rock. And she kind of stumbled and when she stumbled, you know, you sometimes you kind of catch yourself and you say, so Hannah law or something like that. She said, that is a mistake. She said, My Misra B made me miss that be ruined.

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she cursed her son.

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And I shall have the Allahu taala on her was very upset by this. Right she said How could you say that I understand that. You are my elder, but and he's your son. You know, mother can say whatever she wants to, you know, to her son, as most of us know through experience, but it shall be Allahu taala and has still said that you know, you should be a little careful. It's not a good thing to take in general. And then particularly Your son is not some ordinary man.

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He is a Sahabi rasuna he is a companion of the prophets a lot Ethan. He is a Mahajan. He left McCann came to Medina and specifically the story of the hegira. of misfire.

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is also very powerful. Mr are the Allahu taala when he was making his route from Mecca to Medina,

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he left with a few other Sahaba or bayda to feign Hussein. Were all the sons of Al Hadith. And Misra, who was his who was their cousin.

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He was going with them and making the journey from Makoto Medina at the time of the higit on this is six years later. And as they were going on to hit draw, what ended up happening was that Misra, he ended up getting, you know, bitten by a snake. He ended up getting bitten by a snake and because of that, he became very, very severely ill. And he couldn't travel on any further, he couldn't undertake the journey. So he ended up insisting to his cousin's you guys go ahead on the journey, forget about me. But you guys save yourself and you guys make sure that you make it. And they eventually ended up refusing to go without him and they carried him. They lifted him up and they

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carried him and they carried him all the way to Medina.

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Right. So this is the condition the circumstances under which Misra even made the hinge on the migration nearly died nearly lost his life on the way. Right. So this is a very remarkable individuals in terms of this accomplishment. Another thing, shout out the Allahu taala. And he says that he is a beggar in Sahabi. He participated in the Battle of budget, he was amongst the 313, who stood out on that day, without any weapons in their hands across from an army three times their size armed to the teeth faced facing death staring death in the face. Right? And we're willing to give their lives for the sake of alignment messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so you should not curse

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him. And that's when she basically said she says, You don't know what Miss Foxx said about you? And what people are saying about you. And that's when she broke the news. So why do I bring that up again, because now I wanted to talk a little bit about the aftermath of the incident. You know, the items of honor revealed as we're going to go through the news is released, you know that I shut up the Allahu taala on how Allah has spoken on her behalf. And since of Hanukkah de Botton of him, this was a terrible, terrible, very egregious severe slander of such a remarkable person. How dare you people do this? And not only that, but the command came down, like I talked about color, slander,

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and the punishment for slander was carried out against the people who got caught up and involved in the rumor. And as I mentioned previously, in the previous session, that there were very terrible people like I'm delivering a vegan to Lula Muna, an open hypocrites and enemy of the prophets a lot. He said, I'm in the Muslims and Islam, who had of course, started these rumors and spread these rumors, but unfortunately, very tragically, that even some good believers had just got caught up in the conversation. And they were also reprimanded and punished by the command of Allah subhanaw taala. So Miss Buck was one of these people. Now Misaki is the cousin of Abu Bakar. Because remember

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I said Mr. Mother is Abu Bakar his aunt, she is his Hala his mother's sister. All right, so Misra is his first cousin. So after everything happened,

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Abubakar radi Allahu taala and who called Misbah said, I need to talk to you I need to see you come see me. He said,

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Of Britney Anka will enter it, he says, Now tell me how you could do such a thing. You are my cousin, my harmonica Allah?

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Why would you say what you said about it?

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I don't understand, I need you to explain to me now, you know, we've talked about, you've probably heard this story before, read about it before and we talked about this quite often. But I want you know, one of the goals and the objectives that I tried to, you know, strive for, particularly in this series in general, but in this series, is to really try to highlight to bring to the forefront, the surface, the human element, the human element, the emotional component, to realize the humanity and within that the beauty and the significance and the reality and the practicality, the relatability you know, that that within the life of the prophets a lot of the time and even the

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companions of the prophets a lot.

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was of course number one, offended that his relative, somebody that he you know, kind of looks after mentors as an older cousin, like an older brother would get involved in such a terrible thing. Number one, I'm disappointed in you that you would get involved with them when I feel like I'm delivering a baby soon.

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Could you do that? Number two? Then you spoke about the mother of the believers, which is offensive to any believer. She is our mother. How could you do that? Number Three what you said cause pain to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam

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latter, Colorado, Masha, Allah told us in the Quran, don't be like those people who hurt who caused pain to the profits of the past. How could you do that?

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And then number four, and this is where the human component comes in. He shot his own vicar's daughter.

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I looked after you.

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I cared for you.

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I've always been there for you.

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And you came after my daughter, my baby girl. My Ayesha

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you came after her.

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You can spear her

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to hurt, he's hurt. He's a father.

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So he says to him, Mohammed laka Allah

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How could you say that about my eyes?

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And then he goes on to say that some of the other people who made the comments there from the GM thought they made a mistake but they don't know us. The way you know us.

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He said that some other people who did it they did it out of foolishness. They got caught up in the culture.

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But we're your family.

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Why am I alive? No. Basically for what monaca Abdullah

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openly speaks against a prophet Salafi Salah. Who cares about that guy? Well, if you are my family, you are my blood.

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Moon jumada buka were under ignored by a judge. He says not only that, yeah, Mr. Your father passed away when you were four years old.

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And who's taken care of you since then?

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I've been I've been like a father to. I've been like an older brother to you. I've been like an uncle to you.

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I've looked after you. I've supported your mother. She's my aunt. I love her. But I paid all the bills.

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I took care of you. I nurtured you. Why not?

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suka Bella.

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I fed you I closed you until you became a man.

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Mata mata sacaton ella yummy haha. I have never spared a penny in making sure you had the most comfortable lifestyle possible. Until today.

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We're lucky Nicola Rajan

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Lau was on to Kabira him.

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He said from today on fourth. You are just a stranger. You are just a man. To me, just like any other man.

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And my money will not serve you any longer. Well, I'd love to alayka be Hayden Abba. I have no feelings for you any longer.

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You've broken my heart.

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Through my brother who Abu Bakr in Abu Bakr said, no go.

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You definitely go.

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Roger humi manzi Lee, he kicked him out of his home this generation from algebra algebra and from the top pocket.

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And then the IRS of the foreign came down specifically I N number 22. What I said it would probably mean come with it. All About one Misaki almajiri feasability. Lackey? Well, Yahoo. Well, yes. For

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Allah to

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Allah. I'm gonna go through the translation of the ayatollahs save that for there. But at the end of the ayah, Allah subhanaw taala says, do that, whatever you've said that you would do in terms of pulling back your support, don't do it.

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And why should you not withdraw your support and withdraw and cut off and sever your relations allowed to hit boonah in your field, Lacuna Coil. Don't you want a lot to forgive you?

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Don't you want a lot to forgive you?

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That it's easy to maintain relationships with someone when they're good to you? That's easy.

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There is nothing remarkable about that. It's difficult to maintain relations with someone when they've been bad.

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When they've been unfair to you, when they've been unjust with you.

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There's still be merciful towards them

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to still be empathetic towards them.

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And that is what earns a person person to forgiveness at the mercy of Allah. Allah Guna after the locum and when Abu Bakar I think a lot could tell on who heard these shots.

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From the profits a lot is him. Baka Baka

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Baka Baka. He started to cry.

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For Kala ama ama and bm refika la, la, la la la la la vaca for to LA for a nama ama Ronnie and

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Abu Bakr, the Allahu taala and who called Mr. back and he says that a loss of 100 words Allah has revealed the Quran about my dealings with you. He says from today on fourth, I will spend even more money on you that I used to before and I forgive you for having hurt my feelings and said what you said about my shot. He says because Allah commanded me that I should forgive you and I want to earn the forgiveness of Allah.

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So that was one of the very powerful

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you know, incidents that occurred in the immediate aftermath or as a consequence of this, you know, situation of the if, now inshallah we'll go to the Quran Surah Surah number 24. To take a look at the charts we'll be starting from number 11 going to number 26. Allah subhanaw taala says in the Latina jar who is curious about two main comme la taxa butia hola como el hierro la comme liquidly Miriam Minamata, subliminal izmi, when la de la Kibera whom in whom la buena azeem

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Allah subhanaw taala in this i i number 11 says it was a group from among you that concocted the lie, do not consider this entire situation a bad thing for you. Rather, in its in its result in its consequences, it was a good thing. Every one of them will be charged with the sin that that person has earned. And the one who was responsible for all of it

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will face a very severe and painful punishment by Allah subhanaw taala this talking about the Manassas baby salute. Well, Lola it's me hace mucho de la mina Mina to be emphysema Hadar, makalu Hara if como bien. And then Allah subhana wa Taala says that when you heard the lie, why did believing men and women not think well of their own people? When you heard it? Why was your immediate reaction? Not? Why was it not to think good of the people? And to say, to pronounce to proclaim to declare, this is a lie? This is a slander This is false, obviously false. That should be your default reaction not Oh, really not?

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No, the immediate reaction should be well I herbalist after the LA tequila, fear God.

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I had a student come to me recently say that, you know, what should my response be? If I find myself in a position of influence, if I find myself in a position of, you know, authority, or, you know, influence in the sense that where people come to you to verify information to clarify information, to understand maybe what's going on, and somebody comes to you and kind of says, I heard such and such, and I'm bothered by it, or I heard such and such, and that's terrible that I heard such and such, and I hope it's not that way, what should be my response? How should I respond to it? Should I defuse the rumor? Should I confirm it? Should I say that's bad? If that happens, then it's bad? Or

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like, how do I even go about responding? And again, just based off of this, I, uh, what I learned from the book of Allah, what we learned from the prophets, a lot of these and what we learned from our teachers,

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my what I told the student was you just look at the person who say it tequila, fear loss.

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you know, obviously, try to always give people the benefit of the doubt, but also deliver the message that fear alone.

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Because what tangible practical benefit can be achieved by you coming and talking to me about it.

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It's only fishing for more information. And the longer that that evil lives in your head

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the more it infects and pollutes and makes its way into your heart. It's something that while I haven't been done, I don't have time. I don't have the energy. I don't have the resources the wherewithal to deal with any anybody else's issues. Existing or non existent. True or false.

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I'm too busy trying to make my own way to paradise to Jenna. I have a family I have to take care of in this dunya and make sure they're okay in the accident.

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Where did I get the luxury? When did I get the luxury did I

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received some type of memo email notice in the mail that told me I'm done, my job is done.

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I'm guaranteed paradise. My children are going to grow up to be pious, righteous people are going to go to Paradise. Did I get some guaranteed notification that I missed? Maybe it's maybe my spam folder. I should go check.

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If not, the Where did Where did I get the time?

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Where did I get the luxury? To be able to start digging into other people's lives and worrying about what's going on with them? That was meant to protect us all.

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Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say Lola Zhang y la de Urbach, de Botton Shahada, la la la, la la la Tisha de for Islamia to be shuhada e for without a care in the La hoomans Cassie boom, Allah subhana wa tada says that in Why did the accusers not bring forth not bring forth for witnesses to this accusation? If they cannot produce the necessary the requisite witnesses, then they have been declared as liars in the sight of God.

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That's the other thing. I hate to some, you know, break it down to such a fundamental level. It is at some level an oversimplification. Admittedly, it's an oversimplification. You just don't worry, you worry about your own self, never worry about anybody. It It seems like an over and it is an oversimplification. But sometimes things are just that simple.

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That when you go through the trouble of accusing someone, and you don't have anything to base that off of

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that you're the liar.

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We still don't know whether that other person did anything wrong or not. But one thing we do know for a fact is that you are a slanderous liar. You are a snake. We know that much for sure. Now, that's what Allah says. In the mighty human casual, they are liars without a doubt. Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say, we know that the law here Alaykum warahmatullahi dunia well after on my second female a photon v. avi, Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say that if it were not for Allah subhanaw taala his blessing and mercy upon you in this world and in the next you have already been completely destroyed, annihilated afflicted with a terrible punishment for engaging in this type of talking

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discussion. It's the Lakota who BLC Nazi con, una be afar he can, Malaysia can be here anymore. What does the Buddha who hate Lena? Well who are in the lucky alene, Allah subhanaw taala says that when you took it up with your tongues,

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when you put your tongues to it, and you spoke those words with your mouth, things that you had absolutely no knowledge about. You had no business talking about. And then after all of that, you acted as if it was no big deal.

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You know what a bad habit is, you know that that's the Buddha, who, you know how we do that. Something very popular in our lingo, in our culture, to demonstrate for you will say whatever it is that we want to say,

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we'll slander somebody back and forth.

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We'll we'll say whatever it is, that comes to our tongue. And then the end of it will be like, you know, but I don't know. I don't know.

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I don't know, man. I don't know.

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Why, of course.

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We knew that.

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Right? Well, luckily

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Bhima who Allah, Allah knows that he knows. Thank you for expressing that. But the problem is, you already said what you wanted to say. If you would have started with Allahu Allah and stopped there as well start and stop with a loved one Allah, that's worthwhile.

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But you said what you wanted to say. And you said what needed to be whatever it is that you needed to just get out of your system. Whenever that is submitted to move to Maya kulula da

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da Subhana. Cahaba Tamilnadu, Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say that when you heard the lie, why did you not say we should not repeat this? God forbid it is a terrible, unforgivable slander and lie against someone. Yeah, he's a common law, who under odo limits Li Avada in contempt, meaning Allah subhanaw taala This is at the mercy of Allah. It's like Allah saying, I'll give you another chance though.

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Think about it. Who is slender?

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Allah subhanaw taala. We talked about this in the previous sera sessions on the nights on the journey.

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In this troubled me, Raj, we already knew but Allah subhanaw taala proclaimed on that monumental momentous night, Allah subhanho wa Taala proclaimed that Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is habibollah is a Beloved of Allah and the prophets of Allah Allah who said I'm in this dunya proclaimed and affirmed. Well, lucky in me, he buki, Arusha.

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He was asked man, I have Vanessa la cara de la Who do you love the most?

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I love it more than anybody else in this world.

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And then the second the second person that was probably after the show in the process from the next person I was probably hurt the most harmed the most of it. This was the father of Boubacar radi Allahu taala No, and that then he was at the moment or MENA region. No, no messenger Allah Of course you love your wife the most, but amongst your brother's, who do you have the strongest sense of brotherhood with? And he said our boo ha is father.

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Right, Abubakar? So the Beloved of the Beloved of Allah was the one who was slandered and look what Allah says Yari, Docomo Lago enter odo limiter he includes meaning God wants you to never ever do anything like this ever again. If you are truly believers, what happens when you tell somebody don't do it again? What that's basically telling them what

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I'll forgive you this. Become merciful Allah is

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Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say, when you begin Allahu Lachman, it will Lahore Alamin Hakeem that Allah subhanho wa Taala makes his message very, very clear to you and Allah subhanaw taala constantly knows everything and he is constantly aware of the wisdom and the beauty within everything. In the Medina Buddha and Tashi alpha to Villa Xena Amano, la buena de monte de nieva lacinato Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Salallahu Alaykum warahmatullahi wa and alojado for him. And then Allah subhanaw taala concludes the major portion of this section by saying a painful punishment awaits in this world and the next for those specifically who spread indecency

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amongst the believers. God no because the lust pentawards Allah knows and you don't know Allah knows everything and you know nothing. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, and if it was not from us blessing and Allah's mercy,

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and the fact that he is compassionate and merciful, meaning a lot would have dealt with you a lot more harshly if it was not for the mercy and the blessing of Allah and the fact that Allah subhanaw taala is extremely compassionate, loving and merciful. And then our last panel which Allah concludes the discussion on this by saying yeah, you hola Xena amanu Latta to be over to watershape on that oh you believe do not follow in the footsteps of the shape on that tells you that reminds us right. I'm going to share a few concluding lessons from this in summary so I'll talk about it there woman yet to be able to watch the shade on but you know who yeah would have been fashion

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because whosoever follows in the footsteps of shape on that person will spread will be a force of spreading in decency and evil within the community and the society that is specifically shaped bonds plan. Spread indecency spreading evil and suspicion within the community. When Oh la la la jolla aleikum wa rahmatullah Mazza Carmen coming, I had an Abba, well, I cannot lie yuzaki Masha Allah Subhana Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say that if it were not for Allah's blessing and allows mercy towards you, not one of you would have ever been able to attain purity, Allah purifies whomsoever He wills and Allah subhanaw taala hears all listens to everything, and everyone

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and he sees everyone and everything he is also hearing in all seeing, and then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say, while I tell you will probably mean come with you to live for about one month. Sakina will Mahajan, ina feasable Allah when you're a fool, well yes, for who? Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah wa for him. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Those who have been graced with bounty and plenty should not swear that they will no longer gift to their family members, the poor, those who migrated in the path of the last panel which Allah

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Rather, they should forgive them. Pardon that forgiven, forget. Let it go. Forgive them.

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Remove the burden of that from your heart.

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Don't you want

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For Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive you.

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If you want the forgiveness of a law, then learn to forgive other people, no matter how terrible it is what they've done, and Allah subhanaw taala will law for him Allah subhanaw taala is constantly forgiving and constantly merciful. Any Latina Yamuna masataka de la mina t Laurie COVID dunya will ask Allah to Allah Azza wa D, and then Allah subhanho wa Taala says that those who accuse honorable

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completely unaware of these accusations, believing women,

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those people are rejected by Allah subhanaw taala

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they are completely rejected by Allah in this life and the next and a painful terrible torment and punishment awaits for them in the life of the hereafter. May Allah subhanaw taala you know protect us all.

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Yo Mata shadow Allah him alsina to whom ye him will be maka Malone that that is the day that their own tongues, their own hands, their own feet will testify against them. This person walked to that other person's house, sat down and drank tea with that other person and then talked about people

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and and attached people's honor

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and people's decency.

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They this will testify against a person

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yo my eating you are feeding him Allahu Dena whom we have. We are the Muna and Allah will happen. And Allah subhanaw taala says that on that day, Allah subhanaw taala wolf fully,

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you know, Allah subhana wa Taala will fully award them whatever it is that they are deserving of retribution along will offer complete absolute retribution on that day. It's very interesting how it said retribution.

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Meaning for those who are slender, they will be honored.

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And those who slandered those who did the slandering, the liars, the accusers, they will be ruined on that day.

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Way Out in the law, what happened to be in and they will come to realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala he himself is the ultimate truth.

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He is the truth. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, hobby 13 hobby thing, while hobby hobby. That's what Tyga Li Vina waka buena Li but this is a very interesting and remarkable I have the upper arm and we'll first have discussed it at length. It's an example of the really remarkable, profound marvelous eloquence of the Quran. So there's a number of different commentaries for it. There's a number of different layers, great scholars have been fascinated by this idea. For you know, millennia and a half. I'll share a vein very basic translation and just a little bit of insight in to it with you. So it says corrupt women are for corrupt men, and corrupt men are for

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corrupt women. Good women are for good men and good men are for good women. And then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say that Hola, como para una muy muy buena,

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Kareem that those meaning the good people, they are in a sense, completely free of the accusations that have been made against them

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and reserved exclusively for them with a must prenowitz Allah is the ultimate absolute forgiveness and a very honorable noble provision, sustenance gifts. await them with a last pinata. Allah has made arrangements for them. Allah subhanho wa Taala has set up hospitality for them. Allah will host them. Right. So the curious part of the ayah is where it says corrupt. You know, women are for corrupt men and corrupt men are for corrupt women. And then vice versa. You know, it says that the good women are for good men and good men are for good women. So this, like I said has many many different implications and meanings. But part of its relevance and significance here within this

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context is the fact that you dare accused

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the wife of Muhammad Rasul Allah.

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Do you have any idea how stupid that is?

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Do you have any realization,

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any awareness of how foolish that is?

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The wife of Mohammed Rasul Allah.

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When Allah puts good people with good people, who do you think alone would have provided his beloved

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His Habib, his friend,

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his, the best of his creation, who do you think Allah would have provided as his companion?

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Our Isha was provided to the prophecy, some by Allah

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as a companion

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and you accused her, really

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the logic,

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you know, maybe your spiritual fortitude didn't work. But even your brain didn't work at that moment

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to logically think about this in the last panel with a conclusion that a lot concludes by saying, well, you whoever said whatever they wanted to say, Fine, they said it, they suddenly their own souls, their own tongues, but those people that they accused are completely free.

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Free of what these people said about them. In the last panel, a tolerance reserved mercy, forgiveness, hospitality, honor, blessings, nobility for them in the life of the hereafter. May Allah subhanaw taala make us And may Allah subhanaw taala grant us the company of the prophets, Allah and His beloved family in general for those that Allah

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from the ayat of the Quran, because it was a pretty lengthy passage, there's just three basic points. I wanted to kind of point out three things that really jumped out that are kind of the crux of the passage. Number one, Allah subhanho wa Taala says Natacha bouchart Allah, Allah.

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Allah says, this wasn't bad. This was good. It's good that this happened. Allah says, Don't worry.

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It was painful in the moment, but it was good. Because sometimes that growth comes through pain.

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And think about it. 1400 years later, we are sitting here halfway across the world learning a lesson from that. growing in our love and respect for our mother, I shall have the language on

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knowing not to make the same mistakes as some of the people made at that time.

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So there is sometimes we go through difficulty and adversity, but because but it becomes a means of unlocking a great benefit and pay for somebody else down there further down the road. Right. It's like planting the tree that somebody else will sit under the shade of we sit Today Tonight, as we learned this, we discussed this, we sit under the shade of the tree that our mother our shadow, the Lakota lon had planted 1400 years ago. May Allah be pleased with her.

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That's the first lesson. The second thing that I wanted to point out here is this type of behavior.

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You know, gossip and rumor mongering and, you know, talking about other people digging into other people's lives and details I love describes this as following in the footsteps of shape on this is the undoing and the unraveling of communities and families. This will destroy individuals this will destroy homes, this will destroy entire communities. This this is the way shape on plants the virus.

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This is how he introduces the virus into the system of a believing community.

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Treat it like the plague.

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Cut it out immediately.

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disconnect from it immediately.

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Because it will spread like wildfire

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and it will destroy and Ravage everything in its path. We have no room for it. We have no time for it.

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And lastly and finally

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Allah subhanaw taala says that everybody you know sometimes like I said before, the truth might not come to light even you know our mother our shadow the Allahu taala Anna was beloved to Allah and the prophets a lot of him was alive at that time so the Quran came down absolving her

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What happens if somebody accuses someone and even in their lifetime, it's never clarified never comes to light. This is why we believe in the life of the hereafter. This is why we have

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Yama even your female Allahu Dena home will have

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that day everyone will get there you.

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The wrongly accused will be absolved, exonerated and honored

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and dignified.

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This school Karim Karim, Allah will honor them.

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Right and those who accused those who did wrong.

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They will deal with the severe wrath and anger

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punishment of Allah May Allah protect us all.

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So inshallah we'll go ahead and conclude here and inshallah going forward, we'll be talking and discussing and learning about the another major event from the sixth year of the prophets a lot he sums residents in the city of Medina, the sixth year of his era. And that of course, is the Treaty of hood ABS wonderful day via May Allah subhanho wa Taala grants us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard. So behind Allah will be hum de subhanak Allahu Chateau La Ilaha Illa de la cabana tabula.

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