Tafseer Of Surah Maryam – Day 08

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Abdul Nasir Jangda

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Ayahs 17-20

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Bismillah

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R Rahman rocking what fulfill kitabi Maryam is

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that mean? Lee? Ghana Chateau Piya for dakoda dooney him he Java for our sudden La la la Hannah Fattah masala ha Bashara so we

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call it in me. Uber wash man he got

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all in

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rasuluh Robic the harbor lackey hula zakia all at

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uno de la muette mem says nee Bashar wollam aku Bahia por la causa de cada buki Who are they? Yeah, Hagen while he ninjalah who I get to

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see what I

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mean. What can

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be Yeah.

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I mean, when the occupancy limits Okinawa salatu salam ala ZN mursaleen. Well, Allah Allah, he was

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standing in a dean.

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We started yesterday with a number 16, which very briefly mentioned, it was an instruction to the it is an instruction to the prophet to Lonnie said, I'm saying, what good Phil kitabi Maria that's mentioned, specifically that part of the story of mme which is present in the Al Kitab. In the Quran. So mentioned that remind people of that, remember that part of the story that has been explicitly mentioned in the Quran, even Tibet, that means Alia, mccannon sharqiya, that remember when she secluded herself from her family, into a part of the place of worship, that was facing east and we had a very lengthy discussion on exactly the implications of that, Allah subhanaw taala then

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goes on. And I have number 17, to tell us what the hell that meant to him he Java, further hotman dooney him Java, that she took, aside from them, a barrier, a curtain, and we talked at length about this exactly what that means and what the implication is that she basically secured, she ensured that she would not be distracted while she was doing what we call a tick off. So while she had taken out time for Allah, that time would be for a law and she would not be distracted by anything else during that time, for all of a sudden, Ah, ha, ha, Hannah. And this is sort of where we left off. Allah says four out of sadhana, and then we sent then we sent so we sent Elena to her to Madame

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vous, Hana, our route, and I talked about yesterday how this is the nickname of Djibouti Elisa. So we send our gibreel Allah says so honoring jabril Ali Salaam, that we sent our debrief to her for dimethyl Allah Habash arencibia. And this is what we were talking about when we left off yesterday, a last panel so Allah tells us Oh, however far however, the method so when you hear that you believe that a Salam kinter now obviously right away the thought process is that the an angel of Allah has come to her, in the angel of Allah has come to her. However, Allah says, There was one detail, however, that must center that method. And I talked about this word yesterday that the masala the

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best translation, probably in our common English is he transformed himself. That method, I mean, some for something to change its outward appearance, so he transformed himself Lucha and I talked about yesterday how this transforming of the physical or the external appearance, while as strange as it might sound, or is as it could seem to someone, this is something that's very easy for us to understand, if for no other reason than due to a lot of the science fiction or the special effects and these type of things that we're able to see and witness today. So we don't have a hard time understanding the fact how something could transform. But there is one little detail that I thought

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about later on, you know, at the end of the day, you can have all these types of resources available, but it still remains an issue of faith. So you can see CGI, and you can go into something in 3d and you can watch transformers and you can see all this crazy stuff going on. And then when somebody window when you read in the Quran, or somebody tells you the angels you believe changes when you say get out of here, man.

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Get out of here. You must be kidding. Come on. Really you believe in that stuff.

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You believe in that stuff. So it remains an issue of faith emaan and Subhana. Allah, how amazing is the amount of the people? How amazing is the amount of the people who came before. Like, for instance, as an example, we can take the generation of the Sahaba, the loved one who did not have modern technology, they did not have science fiction, they did not have CGI. They didn't have all of these things. They had never seen anything of that nature. Simple people living out in the middle of the desert riding around on camels, simple people.

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And yet, when Allah subhanaw taala says photomath de La Habra, Sharon zawiya unagi

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unagi

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in Ronda to the ISS Ross hoonah for me, aku Luna, Amma NaVi they believed in it without a second of a hesitation without any slightest bit of doubt. We believe Allah said it has finished that's it, I believe in it. Abu Bakar is acidic rhodiola I knew he's that that legendary story of his

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when you receive that title of acidic

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that when Rasulullah alayhi salatu salam comes back from the miraculous journey of Pharaoh and Mirage, and then he informs the people of Makkah about it. Abu Jad goes to Abu Bakar the Allahu anhu before Abu Bakar has a chance to speak directly to those who lots a lot he said. He says you hear what your buddy saying now?

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Did you hear what your homie has to say? No. So what's he saying? Says he said he went by night all the way from here to Jerusalem like that. And then he flew up into the sky and went above the seven heavens and this and that and that and this and everything happened by night he was still back in his bed.

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Abu Bakr radi Allahu I knew knowing who Abu gehele is, says that if in fact, because I don't really trust you. All right. I mean, he's Abu Jamal for a reason. So he says, if in fact, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has said exactly what you are saying that he said, I have no problem with it. Absolutely, it happened. What about imagine the emaan the convictions of those people remarkable. There's a reason why Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave so many virtues and so it there's so many forgotten there are so many virtues of those people, because they showed what conviction of faith really was. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be more and more like them.

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So for my son at a harbor, Sharon Serbia, so he transformed himself.

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gibreel Ali salam, but then Allah says, haha,

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for her, he transformed himself for her. Okay, so he did it specifically for medium. Now, this has a dual meaning to it.

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I'm going to go ahead and tell you what the two meanings are, and it will become clear in just a little bit. Number one, he did it for her sake, so that she wouldn't be frightened. So she wouldn't be intimidated. She wouldn't be too terrified. Now, why would Miriam be terrified of the loved one how I would she be terrified by the presence of an angel. These are melodica they're made from New ranges of a law Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and DITA Bahati tells us that he witnessed gibreel alehissalaam in his true actual physical form, in his created form, twice in his life. He witnessed gibreel Ali Salaam twice in his life in his actual form. And russula syllogism describes

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what he saw. He says that when he when I saw him, his feet were on the ground. His head was in the sky. His head was literally in the clouds, he had 600 wings 600 wings, to have the wings were so huge, that when he would spread them out, he would cover the entire distance from the east to the west, as far as the iPad See, the Eastern and the western horizon would become completely covered by his wings. And he had 600 such wings. That is the physical presence of God on the center. Even a salon salon, she was taken aback when he saw him. He was shaking up when he saw him in his actual physical form. So when gibreel Allah tells us for the methyl Allah ha gibreel transformed themselves

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for magium sake, it was so that she wouldn't be terrified and scared. Because already what was about to occur, what was about to happen was going to be very overwhelming, was going to demand a lot from her emotionally and physically, and even spiritually, so there was no need to cause her any extra stress. So Djibouti Dolly Salaam Of course through the command of Allah transformed his appearance. The second thing, the second thing is that when it says haha for her, it could also mean that he transformed himself as a test for her

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as a test for her

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And we're going to go ahead and talk about the next two words. And then we'll come. I'll comment more on that after we figure out the next two words by Sharon. So we can. So what did he transform himself for Millennium into what particular form buchon

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into a human form. I talked about this word yesterday. All right means like the human, but it refers to the human being like, especially when it's

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alluding to the vulnerability of the human being. All right, that's why it's the skin brush up. All right, so the vulnerability of a human being is just a regular old human being. Okay, so we Yeah, however, not just any ordinary human being, but a very handsome very well put together well proportioned human being

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a human being that is very pleasant to look at.

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So that is the full meaning of each and every single word. Now, let's go back to that original premise that we were talking about that.

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Two different meanings here. Two different purpose for this transformation number one, so she's not intimidated. It's obviously the original form of Djibouti very intimidating, but rather, he transformed himself into a very pleasant looking person, which is very comforting. To see a very nice, pleasant looking person can be a very comforting experience. It can be very relaxing, very calming. That same time, he didn't transform into the appearance of a human being one that looks still very frightening or very aggressive, or very threatening. No, no, it was very pleasant. Very nice. Okay, so that's the first thing so medium would be comfortable. Secondly, though, as a test

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for her

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as a test for her, the medium is a young woman.

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medium is a young woman.

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So now you have these very handsome young men approaching her.

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You have a very handsome young man approaching her. Keep this thought in mind and let's progress on to the further eye out. So this is a test for medium. How does she fare in her test?

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I in number 18. far left. She said in me, I always do better off money. minca in gunnedah tsakhia in many, many minca

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most definitely I take refuge with a rush man, Minka from you. Most definitely I take refuge with a man from you. Okay, oftentimes the word out although like in our ob, let him initiate on the regime. How is that often translated, I seek refuge, I seek refuge. slight adjustment here, a little bit of an adjustment needs to be made. And that adjustment is the fact that

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when it talks about seeking the meaning of seeking is the either as there used to be lucky. Like in the Quran, he commands us first there is Billahi min, Ash shaytani r rajim. The siento prefix on the word that's where the meaning of seeking comes from. But that's it doesn't say us there either. We like him in a town or gym. It's our own Ruby like mentorship energy. rubella, he means I take refuge. There's a very subtle difference. But there's a difference. See, the difference is simply this. When you tell someone I seek. That means that's a fancy way of saying I'm asking for refuge from you. I'm asking refuge with You. I'm asking to take refuge with You. When somebody asks you for

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something, somebody requests something from you. What's a very much a possibility?

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To say no. To say no. If I ask you, can I have this? A very possible answer is no. It's a 5050 chance. I'll say yes. Maybe I'll say no. All right. So saying no, is a strong possibility. But when you don't say that, when you want to show desperation to someone, when you want to let them know that I can't take no for an answer, because I won't make it I won't survive. This is my desperate need. Then at that time, you don't ask her you don't seek you demand, but not demand in the bossy sense. Like you boss somebody around, like give it to me now. Right? But you demand out of desperation. You insist.

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So when somebody's starving for food, they'll say, Hey, you got some extra food? Now I finished all my food. Okay. Right. But if somebody is starving, and they're at the brink of like dying from hunger, severe hunger, then they don't say Can I have some food? What do they say? Give me food. Give me food. Right? Give me some money, please. They demand it to let you know how desperate they are. When we say our Oh Billahi min ash shaytani. We're not saying Oh Allah, I'd appreciate it. If I could take some refuge under saying Oh Allah I take refuge with You. Meaning I cannot survive. If you do not grant me your protection. I will not make it I will not survive if you do not grant me

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your protection.

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All right. And so

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This is what she says here in me are

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most definitely I take refuge, meaning I need refuge I will not make it I will not survive without refuge, the refuge of who refuge with who are a man or a man. And of course this is one of the attributes of Allah which refers to love being Abundantly Merciful. So even now,

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medium is not saying our Oh Billa he,

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she says I always do better money,

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or a man, that if in fact this person means any harm to me, this person means that it has any ill will or a harmful intention towards me. Then I'm going to need the mercy of Allah.

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Allah mercy will save me will rescue me from this situation. On the flip side, remember that test I was talking about a young woman being approached by a very handsome young man.

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So again, she's invoking the attribute of Allah, which refers to a lot being merciful,

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that I will only pass this test, I will only be able to resist this temptation, through the mercy of Allah. the mercy of Allah is what will allow me to succeed, what will allow me to survive what will allow me to abstain from sin, it is the mercy of Allah.

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Man, and this is something that's very interesting, this is something that we need. That is something that every Muslim needs to be aware of the attributes of Allah. There are so many different beautiful attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And one beautiful thing that the Quran tells us political allow a man, a man to their own fella with a smile falola smile.

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Now, whether you call out to a lawyer, you call out to him saying Iraq, man, whatever you say.

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He has beautiful names, excellent names, breathtaking names, all inspiring names, motivating names. All right, and we need to be familiar with the attributes and Names of Allah and learn to invoke them, and specific things of a law depending on our circumstances and situations.

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And that's something that is an entire course an entire area of study of the attributes and the names of a law one of the intentions I made some time ago. So obviously, I haven't followed up on it yet, but one of the intentions on May 9, so have the intention in sha Allah is actually do thorough, proper, grammatical if you will solve research on all the different attributes in the names of Allah, their specific roots, the implication, the word form, what it implies what it exactly talks about, and then

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under the setting of each of these attributes of Allah highlight all of the ayat of the Quran where that attribute is mentioned and why it's being mentioned that is because too often when we read the Quran, and Windows I add in with the attributes of Allah Allahu wa foodora him in the law cannot even hakima so it just seems like kind of like you know, you can plug in whichever one you want they're all interchangeable Mashallah Alhamdulillah that's not how it works specific attributes of alarm being mentioned that specific places for specific reasons and purpose All right, so inshallah that's an intention that I have probably to make it some type of a lecture series like this, where

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it'll be inshallah recorded and podcasts and inshallah make dua that Allah subhanaw taala give Sophia. All right. All right. So in sha Allah in the i o the bedrock many minca so I take refuge with a rock man from you. from you, she's pointing to this man. Very handsome, good looking man. She's saying I take refuge with a man from you. Minka. All right, in Kentucky.

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In Kentucky, Takia. If you are cognizant, aware of a law all right tough to come from Tacoma. Tacoma needs to be cognizant to be aware God conscious God fearing. If you actually truly are God fearing God conscious, a Cognizant human being of your actions and your choices and your decisions.

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She's saying if you are that type of person, so I take refuge with men from you, if you are a God fearing person. Now what does that exactly mean? That's kind of a strange way to end that phrase that that statement if you are a God fearing person.

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What that is actually saying is that's a way of kind of challenging someone

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challenging someone. All right. So what she's basically she's it's a very powerful way to remind someone to be God conscious and God fearing that if you're a good person, you ever been told that if you're a good person, you're not going to do that.

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So what does that person say? No, I'm not a good person. I'm gonna do it anyways, right? Somebody might say that unfortunately, but as long as a person

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In this Hollywood fitrah as long as a person is Saleemul fitrah, meaning a person's decency is still intact is still in order. And you tell them if you're a good person, you're a good human being, you are not going to do this. You are not going to do this. If you are if you have any shred of decency in you, you are not going to do this. Typically, what does that do?

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That that motivates a person, if nothing else, at least puts that person makes that person a little shameful, doesn't it? It makes that person become a little more shameful, a little more cognizant that what am I about to do? Am I really going to do this? Am I really have I really fallen this slow, that no shred of decency left in me. So it's a very powerful way of bringing out the good in a person. So that's what Miriam is doing now. She's kind of challenging the decency, the morality, the self dignity of this human being that has presented herself to her in Karnataka. If you have any shred of decency,

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then you're going to back off, you're not going to come near me.

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Because remember, she's secluded.

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And so there's, it's, it's kind of private. So no one's there. So it's private space. Curtain doff. So now she's very apprehensive of this person. This is backup. If you have any decency or decent human being, you're going to back up from here.

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And she of course, turns through immediately directly to a lot.

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Now, I had told you in the previous ayah, Fatah methyl Allah ha, there was the possibility or one of the interpretations of this is that this was a test that he transformed his appearance into a very good looking human being as a test for Medea. Because Allah subhanaw taala in his infinite wisdom, and his infinite limitless knowledge, Allah subhanaw taala knows that there would be people later on, when the miraculous birth of a Zani Salaam will happen, there'll be some people who will refuse to believe that something like this could happen, and they will slander her, and they will blame her and they will accuse her of committing for having fornicated committed and committed sin. There will

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be some people that will do that. And so this is already happening. This is being established Allah subhanaw taala is stating this. Establishing the fact that medium was a decent person might again was somebody who respected herself and her dignity and her modesty. She was a modest, respectful human being. That when an opportunity did present itself, for some illicit behavior,

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that a very handsome young man is approaching her.

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What did she do?

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In the outro to better off man in me or Minka, she took refuge with Allah from that person. And she even told him in Quinta Thea backup, don't come near me. If you got any decency, and you you're a good person, you're gonna back up, you're not gonna come near me.

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So Subhanallah we see that the Eva

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Eva de de chastity, of Madame has been established. It has been established here in Kentucky

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college in the alphabet, or many minca in Kentucky. And the other thing that we see is obviously we see the level of the amount of medium that when any type of a situation does present itself, she doesn't First of all, say hey, is anybody out there? The first person the first direction that she turns to is a last panel with Allah Himself. So many, many things we learn here about money and we learn about how caste she is how modest she is, but we also get to learn about how she is very connected to Allah subhanaw taala Bala, so the angel now, you believe that a Salah in this human form he responds, he says in NEMA.

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That in NEMA Most definitely. That this situation is only what under rasuluh Arabic

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and the rasuluh Arabic that I am nothing but I am only Rasulullah beaky. I am a messenger of your Lord. I am a messenger of your master meaning of Allah.

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Now, there's one little interesting thing here. Typically when we say the word or soon we hear the word real soon we see the word real soon, we associated with whom

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profits, we associated with profits. Here the angel is saying I am a Rasulullah of your master your Lord. The thing about this is the angels in the Quran have been referred to as Russell rhassoul. That word has been used to describe the angels and spirits and father in the beginning of sorts of thought that Allah subhanaw taala says, Jerry Lynn mother, Kathy roussillon, Allah has made the angels as rueful.

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But the thing is that the word they're assuming

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Or Russel, the plural, when it's used for angels is not being used in its religious terminology. It's not being used as a religious term. Alright? rather it's being used in its linguistic meaning in its literal lexical meaning. And the literal lexical meaning of the word or assume the root of the word actually means to send a message from a higher authority to send a message from a higher authority, but also is the messenger who brings you a message from a higher authority. So in that sense, in the very literal meaning, angels are the ones who bring the message or who run the errands

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of Allah subhanho wa Taala. They run the errands, errands. So if we want to translate this into English, saying messenger could possibly be confusing, because automatically when we hear the term messenger, we think of prophets of Allah. So another term that might be a little more appropriate, especially when it's referring to angels is couriers. You know what a courier is somebody that just comes and delivers a message. So this could refer to couriers. So I am a courier of your Lord in your messenger. So I'm just delivering something on behalf of your your your your mastering your Lord, you're up in the mountain Rasulullah Viki,

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the hopper, lucky woman zakia.

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The other thing is that this before I move on to that second part Mufasa, don't point out here that jabril Ali Salam doesn't refer to himself as Rasulullah. He refers to themselves that is himself as Rasulullah beaky.

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There are seul of your Lord, your God, your master, he again, look at what attribute of Allah This is invoking This is invoking the attribute of Allah, which is Rob.

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Rob, the one who cares for the one who maintains the one who sustains the one who feeds the one who protects. All right, the one basically, that'd be a comes from the same root. That'd be outcomes from the same root. Because what's about to transpire the news that he's about to give the message that he's about to deliver,

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it's automatically going to bring up all types of thoughts and doubts, and concerns and mediums mind that, am I ready for this? Am I ready for this? And the fact that she's going to be burying a child without a husband, the child will not have a father, she's automatically going to also have the concern eventually down the road after she gets over her own concerns. She's also going to have the concern that what about this child?

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How is this child going to be raised and be taught properly and be cared for properly without a father?

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A father is essential to the Tata BIA to the upbringing of a child, how can this child be properly brought up without a father? So there's the first tier the first level of concern that Maria will have that how am I going to handle it? Am I ready for this, I'm not ready for this.

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I'm not even married, I don't even I haven't even thought about all of these things. I don't even know if I'm mature if I'm ready enough for all of this. And then secondly, eventually, when the child is about to be born, she's gonna have the concerns that how is this child going to succeed without a father. So he invokes the attribute of Allah, which is rub, you don't need to worry about anything, your data will be taken care of, by Allah Himself. You don't need to worry about the child, the eventual concern that you will have of the child, you don't need to worry about that because autonomy of the child will also be taken care of by Allah, like we saw previously in the

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story of yahia. That's why I told you that Yeah, the story of yahaya is like a prologue in introduction to the story of Isa because you find a lot of the same consistent themes, birth of a miraculous, but it preps you the birth of Yahoo has also miraculous or preps you.

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All right. Similarly, Yahoo, Yahoo. Salaam is very old senior parents, how is this that we are going to be done? A lot took care of it.

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We read those ions, alright. But as Ali Salaam, he has a single single mother, single parents. All right. And that too, is a younger parents, younger than average younger than ordinary and single parents. So of course, how was she? How will she be taken? How will Isa be taken care of how will his data be done? Allah subhanaw taala will take care of it. And we already got an introduction to that to the story of Jani Sara. So he goes on to say in the I have my lucky.

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Leah Hubba lucky so that I can gift to you, so that I can gift to you.

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What can I give to you so I am the messenger I am a courier from your Lord in your master so that I can give

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To you, what can I give to you who Lamin zakian? gulaman. zakian Ghulam, we talked about this previously, a couple of hours ago when talked about yahia alayhis. Salam, I believe it was. I am number. I am number eight. It actually occurred before that night number seven. So we talked about the word hold, it means a young boy.

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So I have come so that I can give to you a boy, a young boy, meaning a son, zakian, zakian. And we also talked about the word Zeki. All right, we talked about the turtle terms that God's refers to the internal purity, the purity of the heart, well intentioned, pure hearted, and zakian is the exaggerated the hyperbolic form of the word, which means that it will be very, very clean hearted,

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extremely clean hearted, pure hearted, well intentioned, just a good person, again, to simplify the term, what we call a really, really good person, that you're going to have a son but the son is going to be unbelievable, he's going to be amazing, it's gonna be a very, very good human being, it's gonna be an amazing person of amazing calibrating quality. Again, it is giving now what is the purpose of mentioning this attribute here. And then by the way, in the next if it doesn't go on describing him, it just mentions when attributes are key and what's the purpose what's the function of mentioning just that one attribute? Again, it is putting millenniums mind at ease, like Allah

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subhanaw taala had put zeca D his mind at ease about the sun that he was going to have. millenniums mind is being put at ease about the sun that she's going to have that you will not be a burden to you. You will not be a troublemaker, you will not be a burden. You're not going to be like in this situation which we see common in society today. And we know the plight of the single mother. Right the plight of the single mother it's very problematic. You know, in the most difficult thing for the single mother is to raise a to raise a son

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to raise a son. There's there's tons of articles and research and everything done on this, about this dilemma that we have in society, single mothers trying to raise boys, sons, and all the problems that it has. So she's being told relax, don't worry, he's not going to be a handful. He's not going to be a lot of trouble to you, Willem and zakian.

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To be extremely clean hearted, pure hardy it's got to be a very remarkable human being.

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In Sudan, Iran is 45 and 46. Allah subhanaw taala when that good news is given at that time, a loss the the angel also describes what type of person a Saudi saddam will be in the law how you brush up becoming Metin mean who is smooth who almasi who a seven or Maria almasi who a seven or Maria, that most definitely Allah is giving you the good news or less congratulating you about a word a Kadima from him, his name will be mercy, Isa even medium what g Hanford dunia wood aka woody Hanford Don Yamanaka, that he will be a bird person of great honor, great distinction, great nobility, both in this world and in the hereafter. What we know will cut Robin and you will be from the people that

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are very, very close to Allah, where you can live with Nassif in MADI waka, Helen wamena solly Him.

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And He will speak to the people, even from the cradle, even from the very beginning of his life won't mean a solid machine and he will be from the pious, righteous, good people. So this good news was foretold to me and that is going to be a very remarkable, very distinct, very good human being. Now, one little issue that the scholars do bring up just based on the language of the IR right here and I in number 19. And that is when the angel says who he is when he identifies himself, he says I'm not a pseudo Robic. annatto pseudo optic, I am just a courier, a messenger from your Lord from your master from Allah Don't worry.

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And then he says me I have a lucky so I can give to you a son, who's the one who really gifting the sun?

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Allah. So why is the angel saying in the first person I will give to you. So this is something that is understood in language. This is something that is understood in language that oftentimes you don't when you talk to a salesman, when you talk to a salesman at a store, and you say that I wanted that particular item. I'm looking for an iPhone four.

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And he says, what does the salesman say? I'm all out of iPhone fours.

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Now, does he himself own all the merchandise everything in the store? No, he doesn't. The owner of the store does the company does but he says it in the first person because he's the representative.

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Even in Islamic Fiqh, like in jurisprudence,

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In fifth of boo euro, he's the Joaquin, he's the representative. So he speaks in the first person because he's representative he's representing he is speaking on behalf of the owner. So when the angel says so that I can give to you, what he means is that I have been sent by Allah who is gifting to you, and I am bringing it to you. That's basically what is implied. And that's something that we are not reading too much into. It's not a stretch, it's not something that we are kind of bringing up out of our own imagination. That is something that is an established part of the language that is understood even a common speech, like I just demonstrated here in English, that is understood. All

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right, that's not not a stretch at all. So that's why he's saying the I have a lucky woman zakian so that I can give to you, a son, who will be very, very remarkable, very clean hearted, very noble.

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Madame responds,

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she says harlot.

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Now.

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One last thing here. One last thing before I actually go forward

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is that

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one difference that you see in the story of zirconia that we proceed that preceded hear the story of zirconia when the good news was given to him, I am number seven. So for those of you with the Quran in front of you look back at it number seven, and let's have a look at it. Number seven yackety Yak in nanobot shoe, cubby hulan is mu yahia. La Jolla hoomin COVID kaaboo Samia, Zachary has also given the good news. Who gives a good news is that Khadija,

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Allah Himself in this context in this sutra, later on down in the surah, the ayah that we're reading right now,

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in it number 19, who gives a good news, it is still coming from Allah, it is a gift from Allah, but who delivers the good news directly Allah knows by means of an angel. So there's a difference. There's a slight distinction. And it's only the difference between number seven to 19. So if you're reading this consistently through, you can't help but notice that difference. This is something that is very, very,

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very subtle, but it points out something very fundamental. And that is there's an entire discussion amongst scholars, whether or not

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any of the women, any women throughout history were given Prophethood or not, there's a discussion, the vast overwhelming majority of the scholars are of the opinion that there was no new Buddha. amongst women, there was no new Buddha, there was no Prophethood amongst women. There's a very, very small minority that has that opinion. But the vast overwhelming majority of the scholars is of the opinion that there was no Prophethood amongst women. One of the very implicit or subtle references that they have evidence is that they pointed out to you is Allah makes that distinction here. So when a las panatela delivers, the good news is that he does it himself.

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When he delivers the good news to medium, it's slightly different. There's one little intermediary in between and that is gibreel. Ronnie Santa, yes, up the alley, Sam would bring communications to the profits as well. That's not the point here. The point is that a distinction was made between the way that the good news was given to the courier versus the way that the good news is being delivered to medium. And that distinction is made to make the distinction of prophethood that's occurring as a remarkable human being. And he is receiving a such an amazing blessing of a lot. That is a miracle. medium is a remarkable human being that is also receiving a blessing of a law that is a miracle. But

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there's a subtle difference between the two of them. And that is a courier is an OB Zachary is a prophet of Allah. Mme, on the other hand, is a very, very pious, righteous woman. methylene, Latina amanu. She is a role model for believers throughout generation and throughout time. But nevertheless, she is not a prophet and a messenger. And that subtle distinction is made through something very implicit like this and the language very implicitly like this through the language. Alright, so that's one little final point I wanted to make here. I in number 20, medium response, Carla, she says, she said, and Neha punto de la now we've already covered all of these words, and

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now How is it possible? And again, that's not to say that she disbelieved he's already told her I'm a messenger, I'm a courier from Allah. I'm an angel of a law says, she's a pious, righteous woman who has pious righteous parents. She has an OB as a teacher and a mentor. So there's no question of her like, you know, not believing what he's saying. But again, like we talked about, just that astonishment, and also you can say, to kind of, carry the conversation on forward get more and more detail. She's talking to an angel. So how can you imagine that if you got the opportunity to talk to you

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An angel.

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Wouldn't you want the conversation to continue? I need answers. Right? The common little thing you know, I need answers. So she wants answers she wants more. I know you're gonna live with.

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How, how can that happen? Unbelievable. I'm going to have a son.

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While I'm young sesame by Sharon Williams, his neighbor, Sharon, and no Bhatia. No man, no human being has touched me.

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No human being no man has touched me. Now, that doesn't literally mean that no human being has ever touched her. All right, obviously, her parents have touched her like hugged her. All right. That's not what it means. This is something that

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I feel we need to be reminded of the Quran, when it talks about

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permissible relations, permissible intimate relations between husband and wife, the Quran doesn't use a very explicit term.

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And again, I'm not going to mention the term that we have in English, because we are in a mustard setting. And we have a very diverse audience, families and sisters and everyone are present here. So I'm not going to mention those type of terms, even in English, but

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it doesn't come out and just use a word. There are words for that in Arabic and classical Arabic as well. But it doesn't use that type of a word. It alludes to it. It talks about the topic, the Quran talks about the hora. So don't get me wrong. We've we've gotten caught in one of two extremes. Either we don't even want to talk about the Torah. Because brother, it's embarrassing. All right, so then we're okay with people not making will do properly, we're okay with people not making use of the properly, we're okay with people not being pothead and proper practicing tahara Oh, but I'm not gonna say anything that could slightly be a little bit uncomfortable. I'm not gonna deal with that.

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That's one extreme we have in our communities. And it's very frustrating. Because when we move around, and when we talk to people, and people come up and talk to us, we find out how uninformed people are about the basics of their being and the practice of their need. They don't even know the basics of their taharah. So that's one extreme. The other extreme is we got this problem. The other extreme. So the other extreme is when we say, Okay, we got that problem, we need to fix that problem. So now I'm going to start saying all types of inappropriate terms, and regardless of the audience that is sitting there, so I can have an eight year old sitting there, and I'll start

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talking about like very, very, very detailed things about intimacy and marriage, all explicitly started talking about it. So that when that eight year old goes home, and that six year old goes home, not their parents have a nice time answering those questions. Right. So I'll go to the other extreme. where I'll be, I'll be I'll be very crude, very honestly, I'll be crude. So these are two extremes that exists in our communities. There is a healthy middle ground, where we talk about what needs to be talked about, we say what needs to be said.

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But at the same time, we speak about in very respectful terms.

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We can talk about the Hata.

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Sula, ceylonese him used to answer questions about the hora

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but he didn't respectful terms.

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He answered questions about

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intimacy between spouses. But he didn't like embarrass people. He didn't respectful terms. The Koran is the standard. The Quran is the standard, right? correct or not? No, ma'am. No scholar knows, it can ever supersede the Koran. So whatever the logic, whatever the reasoning of any mom or scholar is, it does not supersede the Quran. The Quran is the rule. It is the standard. When a lot of talks about intimacy between spouses, the law says, law must

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come in probably antemer sooner.

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Before you have touched your spouse. That's referring to intimate relations between the spouses.

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But Allah says before you have touched your spouse, when the Quran talks about going to the restroom. Oh, yeah, I don't mean come in aloha it

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when any one of you has gone to relieve his need.

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All right. It doesn't say a very crude term that again, I can't see because of the setting here. All right. It doesn't use a very crude term that says, Yeah, you went and you, you know, took care of business. Right. You answered the call of nature.

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Right, you women relieved your need.

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It's respectful terms, having some level of decency. And so the same thing we see here, when she says, Well, me I'm 70. Bashar when it's used in the Quranic phrase, it's used as a chronic phrase, a verbal idiom. And that is a refers to

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The fact that I am not married, I am not married. I have not had intimate relations with the spouse. Now when I also designate the fact that she that this is only talking about marriage or being touched by the spouse having intimate relations with the spouse, how am I making that extrapolation about the spouse in the Quran, whenever lust kind of atella uses his word must referring it to physical intimate relations, a couple of references, it's used in pseudo tillbaka is number 237. Talking about divorcement probably intimacy when

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it talks about marriage between spouse between spouses, all right husband and wife in Surah Nisa surah. Number four is number 43 Ola mustermann Nisa, and you have not touched your wives. Meaning again, it's talking about marriage, the physical intimacy that occurs within marriage between a husband and wife

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because the Quran doesn't even dignify the Quran doesn't even dignify engaging in physical intimacy outside of marriage, before marriage, premarital extra marital, physical intimacy relations, the Quran doesn't even dignify it by referring to it. There are no rules. There are no loosen rules about what you should do when you've committed Zina. The Quran and the messenger alehissalaam did not talk about whether you need you know, you need to go do goosal after you've committed fornication. We don't even dignify that. If you committed for an engagement, you got bigger problems than going to make the most of the rule Do you have bigger fish to fry, you have a bigger problem on

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your hands. So it doesn't dignify that. So it's talking here, it's specifically about marriage. So when she says when I'm young, 70 Bashar when no man has touched me, meaning I'm not married,

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I don't have a husband.

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And then she says, Well, I'm aku bazian. Whenever a coup bahagian and I have not been

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sinful, I have not been sinful. This comes from the root word bahala. I'll bother you.

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All of this comes from the same route. This means to transgress limits to cross the line. But there's another term that also talks about transgressing limits or crossing the line and that is we are going to we are

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this term bacala means when you cross the line, when you cross limits and boundaries, socially speaking,

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socially, you cross the line

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to Leon, like in the heat of it talks about fit down means when you cross the line spiritually, meaning in terms of your relationship with the low spiritually you cross the line. So when you start associating partners with a law that still

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fit around, called themselves a naraku, common Allah, I am your Lord. I am your master. I am your Rob. That's why he crossed the line. So he spiritually crossed the line.

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But bahawa means to socially cross the line. And specifically, this word bucha refers to indulging in fornication. indulging in fornication or even adultery for that matter. indulging in physical intimacy, physical relations, outside of marriage,

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outside of marriage, either pre marital or extra marital physical relations is bhaga.

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So see when it talks about no man has touched me, because that's still somewhat that's that's that's nothing inappropriate. That's just stating the fact. So there talks about marriage. Now it's talking about and I have not indicated, I haven't indulged in the sin, and that very strong, ugly word is being used of crossing the line. Now, the last thing that I want to point out here about this word, buzzy Yun, buzzy Yun is that this is being used to describe muddy and who is feminine, who is a woman she's female, but the word but he is the masculine form of the word. It is the masculine form of the word. Alright, so why is the masculine form being used to describe a woman?

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So there's two explanations to this. First is a more linguistic explanation, a more morphology explanation, a sort of explanation. The second is a more Bulava rhetorical explanation. The suffer the basic linguistic explanation is that the term buzzy is what's used for the feminine as well. There is no feminine form of the word. There's just one universal form for both masculine or feminine and feminine. That's the linguistic definition. But that still doesn't answer the deeper question of why.

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Because

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it's inappropriate. It's wrong for anyone, male or female to engage in this type of behavior, but about the female

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About the woman who is an embodiment of hyah.

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When she indulges in this type of behavior, it's as if she's completely left the realm of femininity. She's completely left the realm of femininity. So the language doesn't even consider her to be a female. She's not even behaving like a woman anymore. She's completely lost everything up from her femininity. Even a male is sinful when he does it. Don't get me wrong.

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But that that that femininity, that higher that modesty that is that is even found more profoundly within the woman that completely is gone. So the language the people of the language, the absolutely, Santiago Lula, did not even find it appropriate to create a feminine form of this word, that once somebody gets it this type behavior, that's it masculine tone for them to

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masculine tone for them as well. That's not even a woman anymore. So she says, Well, I'm aku, Bahian. I have not indulged in any I am, I've never been that type of a person. And again, I pointed this out rhetorically, previously in the sutra as well.

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I'll remind you of the i n number, I N number nine. When m takushi. When Allah said to Yakuza, Korea, excuse me, that while m takushi. You are nothing. And I explained how there could be unknown there Num, num tekun. But the noon is omitted, the noon is dropped, it's deleted, to say that you were nothing like that noon is nothing. You did not exist. Like that noon doesn't exist anymore. Similarly, here.

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She's saying, Well, I'm a coup Bahia. She didn't say well, I'm a con.

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Like we found it earlier in the sutra in ayah. Number four, a cordon. Zakaria said over here, she's saying lamb aku

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I have not been in any capacity. I have not indulged in the slightest bit of inappropriate behavior that just like this noon doesn't exist. I have not indulged in the slightest bit of behavior. So the omission of the noon

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implies it shows it points to the fact that this type of behavior did not even exist in the life of Miriam, just like this noon does not exist. Well, I'm aku Baba.

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Okay, inshallah. So one last thing that I'll point out here is, she said two things. When she said, I'd not even been married. She said, number one, I haven't never been married. I don't have a husband. I've never been in a physical permissible relationship. And then secondly, she says, and I've never committed fornication since she mentioned two things. So behind Allah, again, this is the serial Quran below Quran when you look other places in the Quran, you can corroborate it, you can put things together and make beautiful observations. When we look into that medium. Excuse me, and when we look into the Alia Emraan over there when the good news is given to mme, when the angels

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approached me I'm giving her the good news of her honor and her nobility and her distinction and her status and position in the eyes of Allah with Carlton melodica to gammadion in the law stuff Aki what the hockey was stuff hockey I learned a lot I mean how many times in the last say he's chosen you

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how many times you say in the law stuff hockey one. What the hockey he's purified you what stuff hockey you hear the word two times, twice a lot said he has chosen you. And again we see her qualifying her I thought her modesty her chastity twice. And that directly correlates back to when Allah said that he's chosen you twice.

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And the word is the fact he doesn't mean just to choose someone it means to choose someone based on their on their purity.

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Unless it twice he's chosen you based on your purity. You see magium twice mentioning about her purity lamium 70 by Sharon while I'm aku Bahujan May Allah subhanaw taala give us the reality of his Kalam we'll go ahead and stop here we will start from number 21 tomorrow Subhanallah he will be handy he subhanak Allah who will be handig Chateau La Ilaha Illa antenna saphira cabana to boil it