Tafseer Of Surah Maryam – Day 11

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The Bible's use of "imaging" in the story of Jesus and the media describes a disaster where a woman gives birth to a child. Back to the region" in the Bible is discussed, and the concept of "immediate" in English is discussed. The importance of acceptance of the message of the Bible and the use of "bringing out" and "bringing on" in English is emphasized, along with the success of their new product, the Nothil & Bland, designed for small and medium businesses. The success of their new product, the N95 masks, is also discussed, along with their plans to expand their manufacturing facility in China. Safety is a key priority for employees, and safety is essential for everyone.

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shaytani r rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem having

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fat that to be here oh my heart neelu ALU Yama Yama la casa de de chez

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ya. Una maka Abu Kim Roscoe in Wanaka. Cannot. Aki baliga fireshot la palu kayfun who can Lima Ghana Phil, Maddy Swabia. Paula in niaga de la Danielle kita Baba Beauvoir Jilin BIA, what y'all Annie Mubarak and a NEMA qu o Swanee bisola well Sani beside it was zakka t ma Doom to Haiya What about the rally that he went on one year Johnny Jabara sharqiya was Salam O Allah Yama will lead to a yo

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yo ma yo while yo my mo to a yo ma Oba to Hayyim

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and hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen wa ala aka chilima choppin wa Salatu was Salam O Allah mousseline while Allah He was army or mentor beyond the sun in Elijah Medina. Before I get started with the discussion on the actual layout, there was again as I mentioned previously, when discussing the,

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the facing of the direction of the east towards for for the purposes of worship, that was mentioned in regards to money and I mentioned how I was

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I was referring back to sister who Mashallah has actually studied comparative religion formerly,

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it more thoroughly. And so I, she

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informed me of something else very interesting. I had asked her a question kind of on the spot that does the Does the Bible do? Does Christian scripture in any way, shape or form speak about that fasting of silence, that observing of silence, that oath of silence that the Quran tells us sort of medium tells us that Miriam had taken. So initially, she responded, she couldn't recall anything after she sent me some research that she did, saying that there is no mention of this within the Bible or within Christian scripture, or Christian text. And something else that she mentioned was that when we do a comparative study of the narrative, the story of medium between the Koran, the

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Muslim, you what you could call the Muslim narrative of it, versus the Christian narrative, there's a very stark difference and something that sticks out. And that is, while the Bible mentions that Miriam was a virgin, it glosses over all the details of the miraculous birth by simply mentioning that she was patrolled. She was, you know, married in the sense of where the marriage had not yet been consummated, but married in the sense of word had been given the, you know, the the actual,

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the ceremony, the formal ceremony had been conducted. But there had not yet been consummation, they are not live together yet. So she, she was betrothed to Joseph, the carpenter, who was a very good man, I would mentioned him. But nevertheless, she was, she was meant to marry a man, she was already kind of committed to be married to a man. And at that time is when the miraculous conception and the birth began to happen. That process was initiated of HR Lisa lambs arrival in this world in this dunya. And it kind of covers up that fact, by saying that, since she was already betrothed to be married to Joseph, Joseph just kind of assumed initially, he was very disturbed by the fact that she

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was pregnant. But it mentioned a couple of things either because out of the goodness of his heart, or he even saw an angel in a dream, which I actually read in some of the tafazzin that she's an angel came to him in a dream and told him that no, this is a miraculous conception. And this will give birth to a prophet and a messenger, etc, etc. and due to those reasons, he ended up taking money and as a wife, to save her from any type of slander, or anything that would happen. So Joseph was regarded as the worldly father of Jesus, and the Christian story.

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And so it doesn't. The just in the point of all of this is is that the way the Christian scripture perceives the prophets and the messengers, and mme and people of this caliber is that it doesn't invest a lot of energy a lot of time. It doesn't talk a lot about how chast mme was how she was a very, very dignified woman how she was very she took her modesty and chastity very seriously, just like we saw in the Quran much before even

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miraculous conception, you're reading about money on secluding herself making worship. And when that angel in the form of a handsome man approaches, she says back off, get away from me give him Leave me alone, that that type of that investment into the narrative that money and was asked to woman, which precedes, which is a prelude to the entire story of the miraculous conception and eventual birth of various allissa that is not even mentioned within the Bible. So while from one sense, we understand that the Christians revered medium, and in fact, the reverence of medium too far, but it's in a very, very weird form. It's very strange how they did, how they went about doing so when

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they don't really talk about the chastity and the modesty of money and, and that it was impossible. It is Mahal it is possible for a woman of monogamous chastity and dignity and honor and modesty and caliber for her to ever be even, you know, to be the subject of such a discussion that you might have done something wrong. So it doesn't talk about her in that particular form. And that's a very stark comparison between how we as Muslims through the Quran and the Sunnah view these very, very amazing people, these revered people with these role models, versus how the other religions, other faiths, even the Christian faith in the Christian scripture, how it talks about them, and how would

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review them and how it looks upon them. So there's a very, very stark comparison between the two, which sticks out here and sort of medium.

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Now going on, so coming to this particular narrative, Now, again, you see in the previous discussion, we have the reason why this is very fitting here in the previous iaat. In the previous debates, we talked about all the miracles of Allah Spano, all the miracles that allies making happen with the with the springs sprouting forth, right down there at the base of the hill that she's staying at, or the fact that she just goes and touches a tree or shakes the tree and you have all these fruits falling down for her, all of this is going on. This is again, that same talk of muddy and was such an amazing person was such a revered was someone so close to Allah that Allah is making

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all these special arrangements for her. And the fact that this is a miraculous conception, this is a miracle that has come into existence. And medium is the vessel for that miracle. And so again, the last panel, whatever is completely, completely taking care of her. And Allah subhanaw taala has arranged for everything that she might need in this situation. So an eye number 27. Now again, you have to be eco Maha tamiu. For that to be. So it begins with that fire and fire again, here is lit our theme

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that after everything was said and done. Meaning now she has given birth to a Sally salon. Now he has come into existence in this world. Now this child is born. Also some of the scholars point out that that fire is lit up, it's for kind of like after the fact because there are some narrations or somebody who I add that and that talk about the fact that she came to back to the people, she came back to the people with a PSA with the child alayhis salam, after the the entire time period of the post Natal of the post birth period after that period had transpired. That is when she returned back to the people Allahu taala on that movie, so Allah knows best. Nevertheless, she comes to the people

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for attempt to be he and she didn't just come to the people, but she came to the people with him. With the child with a Zani. Salaam milou. She's carrying him. So it says for adults in the past tense, and then in the present tense. So it's kind of like it's a switching so she came to the people say imagine the fact that she arrived to the people. And now it's making you visualize the scene. She's carrying him. She's not past tense. mulatu No, no, no, dammit. Oh, view it, try to picture the scene. Imagine the scene because something amazing is about to happen. visualize this Domino, she's carrying him.

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Now before we even go forward from here, just the tone here that she comes in. So first of all, what I'd like to point out is about the word it says that this is Minelli Tian, this is a verb for coming arriving, which means to which means to come or to arrive. But this has a another synonym. This has another word that is very similar to and that is Alma G, Jai Gigi, that also means to come or to arrive. Alright, but there's a difference in poor onic language in classical Arabic, there's a distinction there's a difference between the two words. And the difference from a literary perspective is that the tone of the two words is very different. Maji Gru is used to describe some

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type of arrival are coming that is a little more difficult. That is a little more heavy, that is a little more demanding. And it's Yun a die yet it is used to describe the coming or an arrival. That is very, very easy, very simple, very sad. Very convenient, very easy. All right, so here Allah uses the easier term, and we're going to see the heavier term, right very in the same very same ayah we're going to see the

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Heavy termined is very same eyes. So you see both terms, both synonyms are both synonymous words being used right next to each other within the same ayah. So we're gonna get to see how, what is the difference in tone between the two. Nevertheless, the thing I'll tell you right off the bat is this the lighter This is the easier word, the easier tone. So it doesn't just mean that she came me she very easily she found it very easy to come to the people to return back to her people. This was something that was very easy for her. She didn't she wasn't apprehensive. She wasn't scared anymore. She wasn't terrified of what was going to happen very casually, very nicely, very confidently, she

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came to the people with her child. Now, the question begs, this is the same woman who ran away in Cuba that Medallia McCann and Cassia to a very, very faraway place. And she was very nervous, and she was very scared. And she was very apprehensive. She was very distraught. And now all of a sudden, she's coming back. And she's very comfortable, very confident, what has changed? What is the difference? So one of the things that is, that makes a difference here is that, like we read in the previous is, all those miracles that transpired, an angel coming in communicating tours, springs sprouting up at the base of her feet, to fruits falling from the tree, just simply at her command.

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All of this was bringing comfort to her, that Allah is on my side, Allah is taking care of me. And then especially when she's being commanded by the angel, that you are not to speak to people. You are not to speak to people, when people got questions, just tell them, sorry, I can't speak, I made a note that I will not speak. And what's what's what's implicit about that is, Allah is basically saying, we will speak on your behalf,

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we will absolve you of any wrongdoing will take care of the talking, you just do the job that we have entrusted to you, you just do what we've asked you to do. And we'll take care of the rest will take care of the rest. So there's that level of confidence that she has, when you're assured by someone in any level of capacity, or any level of power? How comfortable does that make you feel? I got it taken care of, when you want to make an announcement, the mom or the president of the machine has told you, you can make your announcement you're very confident now.

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Right? So imagine a loss pentawards Allah telling you to be confident, be comfortable, and we're taking we're going to take care of everything, there's nothing left for you to worry about.

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So there's obviously that level of comfort and at the same at the same time, this child has come into existence. So during that entire time of pregnancy, there is that apprehension, which is natural, which is normal. Now, when she's holding the child in her hands, there's a level of comfort that she's achieved. She's a mother now. She's a mother that comes with a certain level of conduct that brings a certain level of confidence that brings that she doesn't even have the luxury to be so apprehensive and nervous anymore. She's responsible for another life, another human being. All right, so that speaks to what being a mother is about as well. And at the same time, holding any

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child brings a woman confidence and comfort and maturity and responsibility. Imagine holding a messenger of Allah that is literally a living miracle. That is a living miracle. Imagine the level of confidence that that must bring and mighty of knew better than anyone that this is a miraculous birth in conception. Because she is the vessel. She knows she has never had physical intimacy, yet this child has come into existence. So imagine the level of confidence she has, she's literally holding a miracle in her hands. So she's got that confidence but so very confidently, very comfortably. She comes to the people for me and comes with the child. That I mean when she's

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carrying the child right there in front for everyone to witness and everyone to see.

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kalu they say yeah, Maria, Maria locker, the GT Shea and furrion Nakata, gj and ferrea. Most definitely, no doubt, you have brought, you have come, Lakota gt you have brought you have come. And again, this word that's been used for coming or for arriving. This is the heavy word, jE jE jE jE This is from that heavy tone. So you see that again, that word is now being used in the heavy tone. Because what these people are trying to say, What have you done? What have you brought here? How dare you bring this here? How dare you come back with this.

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So they're using it in a very heavy tone. So you can see both near synonyms being used in their respective tones within the same ayah on the part of medium there's confidence because he's got full you're feeding him on in that personal experience of this being a miracle from Allah. And on the other hand, you got the people who are not willing to believe they are there. They don't see the correct perspective. And they're appalled at this. How could you know JT you've brought Shay and something that is very young, very young.

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Now the word fatigue and the root of the word has a very interesting origin has a very interesting root, it means to when skin has been damaged, or skin has been burnt, and then that damaged or that burned skin is cut off and it's removed. That is what the root of the word means to remove that skin that has been burnt or has been damaged. It then more figuratively, more metaphorically is used when describing something that is. So if you wanted to extract the base meaning of the word, it is extreme measures. Because when you remove the skin, those are very extreme measures, because now the doctor is saying there's no hope of discussion of the skin healing and recovering. And in fact, it's

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going to continue right we have to remove it, we have to take extreme measures. All right, so taking extreme measures. So that word funny and is used figuratively in the meeting when somebody does something that is extremely disliked. That is extremely reprehensible when someone does something that is extremely bad

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for Egon, all right, and then of course, a derivative of this word is if there are if there are no law, he can even. All right. So it's used in the meaning of when somebody not just lies about something or somebody fabricate something about something, or about someone, but rather somebody makes up a very, very horrible lie. So it's not just telling like a little small little lie what we call, you know, by the way, that's just a relative term, but you get what I'm trying to say, right now when you're just kind of like, quote unquote, bending the truth a little bit here and there. No, when you outright blatantly say something very horribly incorrect about someone or something that is

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if the raw.

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So that's why that again, that extreme that tone of something being extreme is built into the word, the base and the root of the word. So they're saying you haven't just brought something but you've brought something you've come with something that is horrible. There's something horribly wrong about the situation. And then there's also the within the heart within the lexicons. There's also the fact that the in classical Arabic funny yen, in its very hyperbolic form in this particular form, in the mobile of our form, they would use it when describing a child born out of wedlock, and a legitimate child,

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that this word would specifically be used in that type of a context. So they're not even beating around the bush, they're getting right to the point that this is an illegitimate child.

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How could you do this?

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All right.

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And we see in sort of Tunis is number 156, that it's expressed more clearly will be called for him rapone him, Allah Maruyama, Bhutan and a demon, that through their Cofer through their disbelief, and through their words, basically, upon medium, they had fixed a very huge, great slander. And that was that you have an illegitimate child that you have engaged and impropriety that you have behaved inappropriately, alright, so they're very outright blatantly accusing them of this. Now,

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they continue on. And this is this is that element that I talked about previously. And I emphasize this quite a bit, that part of the apprehension of money on was the fact that she was she was also very concerned about these people slandering about these people saying bad things about her parents and about our teacher and about the dean and accusing, not just speaking ill of her, but also kind of extending accusations, or also implicating the people that are around her, the people that she loves and respects and cares for so deeply and so dearly. So she was also worried about the honor and the dignity of these people. So they say they continue on and I am number 28. Yeah, the heroine.

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Yeah, the haruno sister of her own.

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Now, what does that mean? Why are they referring to medium as a sister of our own? So there are two things here, two things and like to explain the kind of clearly because this is the subject matter of huge discussion amongst classical mufa, zero and classical scholars of the Quran,

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or the Harun, so they're saying, oh, sister of Harun. So how are they referring to Miriam as a sister of how to so the first thing is that, again, this is said this is said figuratively, we obviously know of a hard one, the one that is mentioned in the Quran, the one that your mind goes to immediately when you hear the name one, and that is a brother of Musa alayhis salam, the Nabi of Allah Harun alayhi salam. So right away, your mind goes to there. And this is a figurative usage of that, that she's not the literal sister of Harun. Obviously, that that time precedes her time by so much by generations and centuries, Allah subhanaw taala knows exactly best how much time has

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transpired, but nevertheless, it's at the least generations that are between them centuries that are between so they don't literally mean that you are the sister of it.

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But this is a figurative usage of the word. And we see this other places in the Quran as well in Surah.

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Trying to remember the name of the pseudo tala path and sort of to the half. When Allah subhanaw taala commands the prophets a lot he sent him to recall the story of who'd alehissalaam to recall the story of who the Elisa Lam Allah subhanaw taala commands a prophet, so someone says was good, cod was good Aha,

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that recall the story or recall the brother of odd now it is the name of the forefather of the tribe that who the Elisa Lam belong to, he's not literally the brother of a man named odd is the name of the forefather dating back generations of the tribe, the forefather of the tribe getting back generation centuries. So when he when when the prophet who Dolly Salaam is called the brother of IOD, that is in a figurative sense that you belong to the people of God, you will come from the progeny of it, therefore you are from amongst the brothers of odd. All right, the prophets, a lot of them use this term brother in that figurative sense as well. Where would the prophets of Salaam in a

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very beautiful, beautiful Hadith, the prophet Alayhi Salam said, May, you know, he gave good news, congratulations to my brothers.

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Congratulations to my brothers, good news for my brothers, the Sahaba to get on without the love line whom they said, O Messenger of Allah, are we not your brothers? And he said, No, you are my Sahaba. But my brothers are the ones that will come after me. And they will believe in me, even though they have not seen me. But they will still believe in me and follow me. So this obviously a virtue of the home of the province of someone's to come. This is the province of some congratulating us as well. And we should try to live up to that standard of truly believing in Him, studying his life and trying to live up to the standard that he said, nevertheless, you see the promises I'm

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referring to even us as brothers, even though there's not even a biological connection. There's not even a family connection. Not all of us literally belong to the blood lineage to the bloodline of the prophets a lot. But nevertheless, he's referring to anyone who will come after him and be a follow him believe in him. He's referring to him as your brother as his brother. So it's using that figure to sense that the fact that they will believe in me and they will be connected to me some way somehow through faith through EMR, through following through etbr they will be my brother's so it's using that figurative sense and finally, even in the Quran, Allah kind of Italian certainly Surah

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Surah number 17. Allah says in El MOBA, the Rena Carew is one of

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the people who spend without need so not just spend extravagantly one thing is that spend on your need extravagant Lee so I need a pair of shoes but I'm gonna go buy I'm gonna go buy an $800 pair of shoes. That's the problem so that's the sort of this is to beat The beat is I don't need all right, so my Shall I have a full rack of shoes? I have a whole closet full of clothes. But I'm still gonna go buy clothes just why cuz I feel like it or because there was a sale

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How dare you not buy clothes when they're on sale? Right who's gonna buy them then? All right, it's gonna go to waste No, it's not food. It's not going to go to waste all right. So but to be to be to suspend without need. All right, so let's put our attendances in normal but the Rena people who spend without need Gan only one a shopping. They are the brothers of the devil's the Satan's are shouting. Now they're not literally the blood brothers of Shelton. They're not gin walking around your surgeon in the mall. Right? Like there's a there's a sale at Macy's Watch out lots of general be walking around. That's not what it means. It means that they are in the figurative sense. In the

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figurative sense, it means that they're brothers in the sense of their they have that connected behavior, their behaviors connected to those types of people. So that's what it's making reference to. All right, so long drawn out way of basically saying, it means it in the figurative sense that you come from the lineage you come from the family, you come from the progeny of a remarkable a very chast a very amazing person, like how do how could you have done something like this? So they're, they're invoking not just the name of her father. They didn't say you have been time but on. But they're relating it all the way back to one of the forefathers of their tribes. Harun a very

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respected individual, a prophet of Allah, a messenger of God. And there's even specific things mentioned that why Subhana Allah? Why even did they say after Haruna Minaya after Moosa? Why Harun is because and we don't have a lot in authentic narrations about this, but you can actually even see again, if we study the Quran properly, there's so much more that we can learn from it. It's in fact in sort of Baja, it's in Surah, PA, which again, my apologies to the brand intensive students, I told them that we would do sort of Baja but we're getting kind of caught up over

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here Okay, so we're gonna try our best inshallah, I still got the intention, but we'll try our best inshallah. So in sort of by itself when you read, and it describes musante, Salam and Harun alehissalaam, and kind of how they behave and how they react and how they respond to things, you're able to feel it from the characters that are very vividly described them to put on. And on top of that, then we have certain narrations, a last panel which Allah knows best as far as their authenticity is concerned. But we can even feel it from the IRS that musala Saddam was a very, his personality was more domineering. He was a very aggressive person by nature. He had a very

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aggressive personality and we see And see And sort of the the causes. When that man walked up to him and gotten his face. We talked about the stories for workers of homosassa de la, right so he pushed him back in a man diets are very aggressive by nature. All right, and we see that when he returns back and he finds a people and *, what does he start doing to his brother Harun starts beating him? What did you do? What did you do? But we see how gnarly his salon that even how he responds to Musa Elisa when masala Salaam is beating him. And by the way, again through those narrations, we know that Harun Ali Salam is the older brother here, but how does he respond? He doesn't slap him

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back and he says younger Know your place. He doesn't do nothing like that. What does that mean? He says, You have known

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that that has been hated. Because he he says, oh, the son of my mother. So you see a very soft, gentle personality doesn't call him brother. He says, You're the son of we have the same mom. Think about our Mother, what our mother like seeing us fighting like this. What are you doing? So it's a very, very calm, very gentle soul. And we're able to feel that from the dialogue that is mentioned even within the Quran that explicitly talks about how to analyse them. So when they say oh, to Harun, because of that gentility, because of that softness and that decency that Hassan Ali Salam was the epitome of that he was a standard of that's why they're invoking specifically the forefather

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the name of the forefather, which is heroin, that you belong to the lineage and the project you have such a very gentle, very kind, very soft, very humble soul. How could you have gone and done something like this? Yo, Tato Oh, daughter of huddle. All right, so that's obviously one.

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secondly, we also find something very, we also find something specific being mentioned. And that is, there's a hadith in Sahih Muslim and there are different variations of it mentioned in the Muslim Ummah Mohamad mentioned in the Jammie IV mountain with the Rama homerun loss which mentioned in numerous books of a Hadith, but the narrations are a Muslim is the one that I'll read out to you.

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I've been sure about it a lot who I'm who he was sent by the prophets a lot he sent them to the people of na jalon he was sent to the people of Iran with the message of Islam when he took the message here to the people of Iran, they said are at my chakra own. Don't you see what you people read and recite meaning in the Quran? So they made an objection to the Quran. Yeah, Dr. Harun so they made like what they figured what they thought was an intellectual objective a criticism of the Quran. They said you people in your Quran you read yourself to Harun Well, musar cobbler Isa because Africa and Musa and Harun alayhi wa sallam time before a Sally salon. Time was so much more before

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their time before his time. So Moosa and Harun were so much more before the time of Raisa How could they be saying, How does your Quran refer to money? Um, as of Harun the sister of our own? How is that possible that it doesn't logically Make sense? The timeline doesn't add up. So Alito, the longer it says for them.

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He says, I didn't know what to say.

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Now, something interesting here, this is a student of whom, whose student is this Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. This is a student of Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. So when he's asked a question, and he'd say, what did he learn from the Messenger of Allah says, When he's asked a question, and he doesn't know the answer to the question, what does he do? You know, what I think is that, and I talked about this a couple of days ago, this predicament that we have, you know, I was thinking that this is probably something kind of like this. No, no, no, thank you, brother. All right. He doesn't say that. He says, follow my dreams. He says I didn't know what I should say. So I

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didn't say anything. I said, If I get the chance to come back to you guys, or I'll try to send the message back to you guys. Let me get back to the messenger of a lots a lot. He said Oh, and get their answer from the source for them according to Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a dagger to Danica who

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says when I got back to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, I mentioned this entire Nuri situation to him for Kala sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, lm yada Mo, don't they know and know who cannot use a Muna be as ma E, and b are in him, that they used to be named by the names of their profits and their messengers will solve the hanaa problem. And they used to be named after the righteous pious people that preceded them. And this isn't some

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Hey, most of what the prophets a lot of him is alluding to is that even if they don't grasp, even if they do not grasp the literary usage of the word, the metaphorical, the figurative usage of the word, that doesn't literally mean that she is the biological sister of how to own that she's belongs to the people of how to own the progeny route, even if they don't grasp that. Why don't they understand the fact that you know, the people in Baduy saw he like we do today? They would name their children. After the pious, righteous people, the prophets are preceded. So Miriam could have had a brother, Miriam could have had a cousin, Madame could have had, you know, a relative by the

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name of her own. There's nothing precluding that there's nothing, prohibiting that. That's completely plausible and possible. She had her brothers he had a cousin named Godwin. So when they're saying Yo, Tyrone, she is the sister of Adam. She has a cousin or a brother named God, what's wrong with that? That's completely possible. And in fact, then we do find certain narrations that are mentioned by the Mufasa rune that there was a very pious, righteous man, some actually designate him to be the actual biological, older brother of Medea and son actually say that, no, he was a cousin of Medea. Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah knows best. But nevertheless, there was the

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presence of a man named Tyrone in the family of Medina. And there are even some narrations which mentioned that he was so righteous and so pious, that when he passed away when he died, 40,000 people attended his funeral prayer 40,000. So there's actually presence of the mention of a man from the family of medium in some ancient scriptures, that there was a man in the family of Medea who was so pious and so righteous and the name was out on that when he died. 40,000 people attended his funeral prayer. So again, there are two answers to the same question. And so behind Allah, again, the versatility, the marvel of the Quran is that both of these meanings can be applied at the same

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time that there was somebody in the family of medium by the name of Harun, but also this has been used in the figurative sense that they're trying to make her feel shameful for what she's done by invoking the name of a great great, great, great, great, great grandfather, who was a very remarkable man that How could you tarnish the legacy of such a man? How could you tarnish the legacy of such a man? Yeah.

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And they go on to say my kind of a buki my kind of a buki Your father was not what your father was not the type of man what type of men mo so in, in Morocco, in that your father was not a bad man.

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So is like the the the core the root of the word, many you was not a man that had any amount mo so in, and again, this is a Botha. But this is often done through the common form. All right, and this is not a this is not the natural. This is not the default way to construct in the law. When it's done in this particular format. It's done to emphasize to broaden the scope of the meaning some way somehow that your father was not a man who had any ounce of evil or bad in him use a very, very good person.

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Why am I Why am I gonna tomoki Bahia and your mother was not a sinful woman. And so why and again, that word Bahia which we talked about previously, all right, where Miriam says, Well, Mr Kuba, he and I was not a sinful woman, meaning I did not indicate I did not commit adultery, I did not engage in those type of inappropriate indecent acts in any way, shape, or form. So just saying your mother was not that type of a woman either.

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All right. Now, why did they say that your mother was not that type of woman? Because Where else would you have learned such a habit? And so almost you find this implicit lesson here, that children are a reflection of their parents.

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Their children are a reflection of their parents. Children pick up these qualities, these habits from their parents.

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And I talked about this earlier when referring to the parents of medium. Alright, so mediums parents are remarkable. That's why she's remarkable. And that's what they're basically emphasizing. Their mother never did nothing like this. Then where did you learn it from? How could you ever do something like that? Now, so they said your father wasn't a bad man at all. Like he didn't even have an ounce. He did not have a bad cell in his body.

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And your mother was never never your mother never did anything bad like this. Now, again, though, these people are slandering these people are accusing them. So when they say this, they're not sitting there praising her parents. They're not saying oh, you you know your parents are really awesome. Your dad's a great guy. Your mom's a wonderful person. They're not complimenting in that sense. What we consider complementing it again is it has that very,

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it has that accusative tone to it. They're accusing her

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like it's almost sarcastic.

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Being said, Your parents are good people. How could you go and do something like this? Meaning if you have done something like this, and maybe your parents were bad people as well.

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So these people are saying it and exactly millenniums worst fears are being realized that they're implicating her parents in this entire scenario in this entire situation.

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So now what is Miriam's response to that?

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You know, and I'd like to make it very personal.

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Somebody says something really bad to you. They slander you, they accuse you.

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All right. And then on top of that, they bring your parents into it.

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And always leave my family out of it.

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Right, because we get offended. It's personal. How dare you bring my family up? How dare you bring my family into this?

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Right. So Miriam, she wants to respond like any red blooded human being would want to.

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And she wants to tell them off. She'd like to give them a piece of her mind. Remember, which and this is where you find the suburb. And Maria maisons has been described by Allah in the Quran, what can that mean l carnitine. She's been described in the Quran as a carnita.

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Note, to note in the Arabic language means to literally be still and be completely quiet, to be completely still and be completely quiet. And this is a this is figuratively using the meaning of complete and total obedience. The way I like to describe this to people is when somebody tells you to jump you ask, how high

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obedience of that level when somebody tells you jump, you say how high

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to not speak unless spoken, to not speak unless spoken to. Literally that person will just sit there until you ask them something or you tell them to speak. That level of obedience. That level of obedience that is glued on its or carnita john is someone that embodies that type of obedience. All right, and there's a certain serenity there's a certain calm to that level of obedience. There's that comfort in the obedience of Allah.

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So that's the type of person Medea Wasn't she has been described as that in the Quran in surah.

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Surah number 66.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala tells us about millenniums predicament here, she's being called out in public and not just her, her child has been called the product of an illegitimate act in relationship. So now they're bringing they're talking about bad about her baby.

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All right, and don't try that at home. Don't ever say anything bad about a woman's child. Don't ever say anything bad to a mother about her child. Because she won't take it very lightly. All right, that's personal. So they said something bad about her child. And now they're talking about her parents. insult to injury.

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Right now any human being like I said, would want to lash out would want to give them a piece of a piece of her mind.

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But now look at the look at the flute of Maria look out obedient What did a las panatela tell her?

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What did a lot let in for email Tara in the middle bashary I hadn't sakuni in me another today Rahmani Saman falando kalama Leona insia. She was told when you are confronted, don't see a word.

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I'm not gonna say anything to anyone will take care of it. Let us take care of it.

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And so you see that self control of Medea? The convictions of Miriam, she stays quiet. And she says and then the ayah tells us an EIN number 29 for a shot in a

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salon Allah for a shout out in a Li she signaled toward the child.

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She signaled without saying a word she signaled towards the child. They're asked How could you do this? How could you do this? She signals to the child for a shout out today. Now the Mufasa don't do discuss here. What may what let her know that she should signal to the child. So then again, some of them will firstly don't say that Allah subhanaw taala had informed her

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that you are to signal to the child, the child This is part of the miracle of the child that He will speak and He will answer on your behalf. His infant, his baby.

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The other answer to this even if that wasn't explicitly mentioned to her, remember, she gave birth to this child.

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She knows better than anybody else that the existence the mere birth the existence of the child in this world is a miracle. So if a child can come into existence without a father

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let's see what else is there. She's got no doubts

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She points to the child for a Chateau de la

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kalu. They respond, gave a new girl named woman, Ghana filma de sobia.

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Gave her they asked how? So they're asking a question. All right. And this is kind of like what we call a rhetorical question.

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You expect us? Do you really expect us? You can demo that we should speak? Speak to whom man can have the Serbian?

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The the one that is a child in the lap of his mother. So it's not just even a child like a 5678 year old? I'll talk to a child.

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No, no, Phil Maddy. He's still an infant being coddled being carried by his mother being fed by his mother. So he's still a child. And specifically that connotation of manhood refers specifically to the child being carried by the mother while the child is still in the age of nursing. So he's an infant,

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you really expect us to talk to an infant.

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So now they're they're a little offended, even they think my name is mocking them.

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They're insulted. You're trying to make fun of us.

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Were asking you a serious question. You've brought this entire situation on us. And now you're telling when we're asking you answer.

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Answer for yourselves. How do you how do you answer for yourself here? You're telling us to go talk to this infant? When can a film editor begin?

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Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala. And I in number 30 tells us Paula,

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the child said he spoke.

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He spoke he said, in me, Abdullah,

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in me, Abdullah, I most definitely am the slave of Allah.

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I'm no doubt in the slave of Allah. In the Abdullah.

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Now he identifies himself as Abdullah.

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Of course, first of all, he's letting everyone know that as so the first thing here is, why is he identified in the Quran here as Abdullah the slave of Allah. And so this is, again, a very, very powerful explicit reminder and a reiteration to people who have taken the miraculous birth of Esau the Salaam, and change the status from Abdullah to even Allah, from Abdullah Abdullah, he to even Allah, that people who took this miraculous birth of HRT Salaam, and the miraculous existence of Italia Salaam, and turned it into somehow proof or evidence, all right, of the fact that he is the Son of God, the son of Allah. So they're being reminded here Abdullah, that I am the slave of Allah

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there, yes, my existence in this world is through miraculous means. But that still does not change the fact that I am the slave of Allah, I am still accountable to Allah, I still serve Allah. I am not out of the bounds of being a slave of Allah, a human being.

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Attorney Al Kitab.

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Attorney Al Kitab, he has given me the book, he has given me the book. Now what does the book refer to here?

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So obviously, we know that a Sonic is Salam was also a prophet, a messenger of Allah, who was granted who was given a book scripture. And we refer to it in Arabic as the in G, the Bible.

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So again, I posed this question to the sister, because there was a lot of discussion. There's something I remember reading back to

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a long time ago, and in numerous texts, especially in terms of prophesied whenever this topic comes up, that in Islamic scholarship, there's the idea, there's an ocean very popular notion that the total is majority or the total was more of the legal text. The total was the legal text, where a lot of the rules and regulations are jurisprudential matters of the people of Israel, where they were contained, what to do, what not to do the very technical stuff, legal stuff,

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is what we call it in the Parana cam, the camera in the Torah, and the Injeel was more of the 10th gear, the reminder, the the the tarbiyah, the 10 skia, the spiritual, the inspirational, the motivational, that that that content that was the majority of the content of the energy of a Zani hustler. So this is something that is very commonly understood within the samick scholarship. So to get a more objective view on it, I asked a sister. And what she was able to tell me was that the old test the Bible is divided into two parts. So this is from the Christian Christian scholarship, Christian academic view of things that the Bible

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Bill is divided into two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is made up of three parts that total, then the vehm, and the Quetta v. Alright, so the total is what we refer to as the total, the vehm is translated as profits than a begin. So that is a story of the profits in the kitzur beam is more of the writings. Alright, so, when the Quran refers to the todo, it's referring to just the first part, the first part of what what is called the Old Testament today, so not all of it. So that clarification that distinction needs to be made. And that reconciles a lot of the irregularities, or the inconsistency that we might find in terms of what we

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refer to the toilet and what they refer to as the total, all right or old, the Old Testament. So we should not incorrectly translate Torah as the Old Testament. But the Torah is just a part of the Old Testament, the New Testament, which is now making reference to the Injeel, or the Bible is made up of two broad categories. The gospels are right, which are four books, the chapters of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and john. So the Gospels referred to is a Latin word in Greek, which was closer to Aramaic, the language that essanay Solomon's Italia Salam spoke, all right. And so and then there's also, you know, some correlation in terms of the linguistics here and the origins of the word and how in gene

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also correlates to that same type of meaning and imen. Good news. so easily, saddam himself has explicitly mentioned that his disciples should adhere to the NGO. So the fact that NGOs means good news that's reiterating the same fact that Islamic scholarship latches onto that the Injeel was the spiritual, the motivational the inspirational message, and the fact that the disciples of Italia Salaam were told to adhere to the Injeel.

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All right, so in these first four parts of the Old Testament, we would find parts of the Injeel, which are sayings and teachings of a Sati Salam. However, the writings of Paul and other things, that is the bulk of the New Testament. So when we say in Jean, we are referring to just the first part, we are referring to the Gospels, and even parts of the Old Testament, we are in no way making reference to the bulk of what they consider in the New Testament, and that those are the writings of Paul. So that has no religious significance to us, we do not see that as something authentic. And we do not give that any type of a credence in terms of whether it actually comes from a Taliesin or not

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Allah knows best. Alright, so this is what Jesus himself has said about obedience of the Torah. And this is narrated from the book of Matthew, do not think that I have come to abolish the law of the prophets, I have not come to abolish them, but to fulfill them. I tell you the truth until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the law until everything is accomplished. Anyone who breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same, will be called least in the kingdom of heaven. But whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I

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tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees, and the teachers of the law, you will not you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. And that is from the book of Matthew. So the total was the primary source of law. And we see easily from returning, reiterating that fact, even from the Christian perspective, all right, that he's saying there is a primary source of law. But there are many passages. And there are many passages in the New Testament, where he's Ali Salam said that he has not come to abolish the law, but to fulfill it. It was Paul, who later on changed it. So the changes that were made were done by Paul much, much later on. And and

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she made that clarification that this is not just a perspective of a Muslim. This is not a Muslim that is saying that this is not it's a Muslim understanding of things. But this is themselves what academics and scholars of Bible studies, this is what they say. This is a clarification they make. So I just wanted to explain that that way. Nice. Ali Salaam says attorney Al Kitab. The book has been given to me, he not only is referring to the in gene, which was a type of a supplement to the total. So the Injeel was a supplement to the Torah. It was a motivational, inspirational message, a spiritual message that was added on to the laws and the legal

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structure laid out in the Torah, but it is also implicitly referencing the Torah that I am continuing the tradition of the prophets before me. I am continuing the tradition I told you before we started sort of medium. Part of the theme of the sutra is the continuity the consistency of the message and that works right into right here at Danielle Kitab. I have been given the book. What's your island, ina vegan, what's your alanine a vegan and I have been making

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at a profit, I have been made a profit. All right. Now this is like I told you the first part of the speech, the miraculous speech of the infant, as it said on the first part of it is that reminder is a reminder to the people that took the status of a Saudi Salaam too far by saying in the Abdullah, I am and will always remain a slave of a law, regardless of the circumstances of my birth and my existence, and my coming into this world. The second part of his statement is a reminder, is a reprimand to the people who did not acknowledge at all in any way, shape or form at any level, the significance of eSATA husana

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where they were not willing to accept and understand that this was a miraculous birth, that this was a miracle in a sign from Allah, the nirjala, who did not see that he is a miraculous sign of a loves greatness to the people. They were not willing to accept that they said no, his mother must have been willing to Billa his muster, his mother must have been a sinful woman, and he was the product of an illegitimate relationship and an illegitimate act.

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And nothing more nothing else. That this is a reminder to those people. This is a reprimand to those people. That tiny Al Kitab No, no, no, don't get things messed up. Don't get things mixed up. I am inheriting that same Deen, that same tradition of the prophets that you people accept.

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Listen to what I'm saying. Listen to the message that is yet to come from me and see if you don't find it to be consistent. Like we just even read that passage from the scripture

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that listen to my message and see if you don't find it to be consistent with the profits whom you already believe in.

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And then dismiss what I have to say. Secondly, which Allah Nina began, and he has made me a prophet, I am a messenger of Allah. And you have no choice but to accept that because once you do not accept that, then that is you denying, refusing, not just that the fact that this man is not a prophet, but you are denying belief in Allah, you are refusing to believe in a line of love's greatness. You're basically saying you cannot come to terms with the fact that Allah could have created a child without a father and Subhanallah very beautifully and eloquently. Allah subhanho wa Taala. In surah, Allah Emraan tells us in the method ERISA in the logic of matale Adam, in the method ERISA in the

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law, he commentary other demos definitely the example of Isa alehissalaam is just like the example of Adam Ali Salaam, other money ceram was created directly by Allah through the greatness and the footer of Allah. Allah His ability to create an ace Ali Salam don't see him as any differently. If it doesn't quite add up to what you need or require to believe in someone's birth scientifically biologically, then know that Allah subhanaw taala is fully capable of doing so because the very first human being came into existence through the filter of Allah. And the same is the case with Isa Allah His Sunnah.

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Danielle ki taba wa Jalla Nina Bian is number 31. All right, so for some of the local brothers and sisters who might be coming in for Salatin, Asia, I was informed by the by the administration of the budget, the time for the amount of slotted he has moved a little bit past 10pm now it's 1001 so we're gonna go ahead and continue a couple of minutes past 10 and then we'll break inshallah for Salah since the time of Salah starts at that time inshallah I in number 31 What's your island emo Baraka? What's your island emo Baraka and he has made me so the infant that continues to speak, and he has made me move out our cannon. This comes from Baraka. This comes from Baraka Baraka means

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blessing. The root of the word bucha means something that is perpetual in nature, something that replenishes something that continues something that is refilled, if you will, if you want to use a very, very simple term, something that is automatically refilled. Alright, so when Baraka means blessing, it doesn't just mean blessing. It means bless perpetual blessings, plus blessings that continue blessings that replenish themselves. All right, blessings that are long lasting, everlasting. All right, and a law of course, is the source of all these blessings. And it's using this very exaggerated form in the hyperbolic form in its mobile form.

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mobarak Baraka javadekar mubaraka 10 It's also used from bath towel to Baraka Baraka la de via the mold. That doesn't just mean that blessing is the one that means most blessing is the one. So what lies the source unless the controller allows the giver of all blessing, he is the sole primary source of all blessing.

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All right. So when something is called mobarak, it doesn't just mean that something is blessing, it means that something is very profoundly blessing.

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That something is showered with blessing. Something has a lot of blessing. So when he says what Jonnie Mubarak can and he has made me Allah has made me Mubarak, very, very blessed.

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That Allah has made me bless it that everywhere I go, I will have I will enjoy, I will even spread the blessings of Allah.

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I will carry the blessings of Allah, wa Jalla Nima Baraka, aina makan to aina mountain to wherever I may be, wherever I go, wherever I may be,

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I will be blessing I will be blessed by Allah and I will be a carrier of the blessings of Allah, I will be a representative of the blessings of Allah.

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Now, what does that mean? All right, so a couple of

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understandings we can take from this a couple of lessons we can take from this. The first thing is that because he's a prophet, because he's a prophet, and a messenger, and the primary function of prophets and messengers aside from bringing guidance to people, another, another very, very important function of prophets and messengers is that they are sent, they are meant to be followed, to be obeyed, to be listened to, they're not just sent to tell you stories, do not just send to show you miracles, and do very, very cool things. And Ooh, and ah, and that's it. No, but their sense of that you listen to them, you believe in them, and you follow them.

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You follow them. So when when he's saying that, wherever I may be,

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I will be a source of blessing that is suddenly reminding the person that if you want the blessing of align your life, it doesn't matter where you are, or where you find me or in what situation of my life, what phase of my life I'm in what situation or circumstances I'm in, you will follow me because that is how you will get blessing in your life. I'm the source of blessing, meaning I'm a represent a legit source of lexing, excuse me, but I am a representative of that blessing, I am a means to that blessing. I am a means to that blessing. So if you want the blessing of align your life, you will follow my example Wherever I am, am I going to so that could be not just in the

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masjid not just in the realm of worship, but when doing business, when walking around amongst the people, when conducting business,

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you know, when at home with my family,

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when dealing with with with family members.

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All right and we for us, the message here is in terms of Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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That same message, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is again that means that that way to achieve the blessing of Allah, He is Mubarak. He is Mubarak. And so if we truly want the blessings of a line our lives we want to enjoy the blessings of Allah. We will implement we will follow the example of Muhammad Rasul Allah azza wa jal in all walks of life in all situations of life, regardless of where we are and where we go and what happens with us. Whether we be so there's no such thing that only in religious matters, we follow the example of Mohammed Salah ism, I pray like Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, but rather it also means that even when I conduct business,

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when I deal with my family, when I talk to my children, I will implement the character the example of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There's many many other discussions related to this ayah to the even this first part of the eye and of course the second part of the ayah and we'll continue on from here inshallah tomorrow in the following days. We'll go ahead and end now it is time for the advent of selected Asia. May Allah give us all the ability to practice everything that has been said and heard Subhana Allah you will be handy he Subhana Allah morbihan Nick knows how to Allah Illa illa Anta the sulfuryl Gov