Tafseer Of Surah Maryam – Day 20

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Ayahs 65-74

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Bani rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem woman that enters the lobby I'm Rob big law whom I've been at Walmart has

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been a garlic Womack and Rob bukan

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Rob bousema t will be you know whom I thought are Buddha who else babied? Lee? Are you bad that he helped I lamb Allah who semiya way. Apolo son, either mommy to Lesotho, kraju Haiya our la yes guru

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holla Punahou me. Babu Alam yakushi a

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follower of Beagle Anna Sharon whom was clean from Allah. No.

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No whom how Elijah? nama Gz

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Mallanna Xion me, Galicia in a new home I shall do Allah

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au whom I shall do I la maniere at

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from Allah Allah Allah movie ladina whom Allah be house Really? Yeah, what?

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Come in la dee doo ha ganado Rebecca hotma mapa de

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una de la Dena po one other word Vani mean Effie ha gt?

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What either La La him to Nabina Paula Latina cafaro Paula Deen aka for ruling Latina mano de

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Palma, a girl for the Athenian Halo

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una de Nadia welcome lacuna Baba

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cordon, whom sang Oh

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lm de la hora alameen wa Kiba chillin Watashi wa Salatu was Salam O Allah say you didn't mousseline while Allah He was a happy woman. Today we are going to be signing Elijah Medina.

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I am number 64, which we studied yesterday Allah subhanaw taala here in the sutra, now, it's made a full transition over to the dialogue or the discussion that is more pointed towards the Moshe cone of Makati, idolaters, the pagans, the idol worshipers in Mecca. And the challenge that that the prophets allowed him was dealing with at that time. This ayah particularly is a constellation to the prophets a lot. He said I'm from the on the tongue, or from the words of God lolly his salon, that the prophets a lot he said him when he was dealing with that adversity at the onset of the when the public dow began and the at the onset of the public persecution and the very aggressive response

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from the people of Mecca. The profits, a lot of them felt very overwhelmed. And oftentimes when the divine revelation would occur, or would you believe Ali Salam would visit him with a message from Allah, that would basically be the the high point of his day that would be what he was what he would look forward to. And this again, shows us that very human emotional side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So at that the prophets Allah simcenter gibreel Ali salam, why don't you visit us more often? We look forward to your visits, why don't you visit us more often? So Allah subhanaw taala on the tongue of gibreel Ali Salaam, it's as if an apology is being issued to the prophets a lot. He said, I'm from Djibouti, rali salaam. And he says, well, man and as a woman, that unnecessarily elaborate unrealistic, that it is not appropriate. We cannot just come down except by the command of your Lord.

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Meaning it's not up to us on Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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If it was up to us, we would visit you as you would like, you are Rasulullah you are saying you didn't Rossellini Mahmoud? Oh, Alina will alkylene you are a person of such high caliber and status. And so beloved to Allah, we would it would be an honor and distinction for us to visit you. However we cannot because it is only decreed by Allah subhanaw taala and I also explained on sort of Baja las panatela similarly, tells the prophets a lot easier not to rush the revelation of the Quran, before Allah has decreed and decided that it should be revealed lahoma been an 18 hour mark alpha Nava Martinez Alec and then the angels elaborate they say that for Allah alone is all that which is

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in front of us that which is behind us. Why am I being a relic and all that which is between there meaning he's the sole one in charge, everything is in the command, everything is under the command and under the authority of Allah subhanaw taala and nothing is outside of the grasp of Alan, nothing can supersede the authority.

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Allah. So even though we are angels in melodica and we are blessing creatures of a loss pentawards Allah creation of Allah, we at the same time cannot move outside of the confines of the command the Ummah and the hokum of Allah. Now, I explained how this was also. So number one, this is honoring the prophets, a lot of them with having the angels literally apologize and excuse themselves to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Secondly, this is a

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this is a reprimand and this is a refutation of the false beliefs of the people of Makoto Qureshi, mushy Kuhn, who used to see the angels as maybe the daughters of Allah, and how they used to worship these actually would, when the Prophet system would reprimand them from worshipping idols, they sometimes would respond by saying that these idols are this with their their they are our manifestations or our idea of what you call angels, and we worship them because they will intercede on our behalf near lost power dialer. And they would say this to the prophets a lot he said, I'm in this has mentioned other places no problem like So to solve that. So here it's it's a refutation of

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that false belief. Say No, no, the angels are the creation of a law and they are in no means in some type of divine position, but rather they are also the creation of a law bound by his command and his permission. What am I gonna do Can I see you in your Lord is not forgetful in the least bit. Meaning Don't worry, your Lord hasn't forgotten you and Mohammed salatu salam, he knows exactly what's going on with you. And he sees all that which is going on with you. You just like we say in common English, you just need to hang in there. And you need to be strong right now. And these situations will pass but never in the least bit doubt that you're allowed that your Rob he does not know what's

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going on with you or that he has forsaken you or forgotten you. Rather your Rob knows exactly what's going on with you and he is looking out for you. Now the next I uh, I am number 65, further elaborates on this idea. It says Roku somehow it will have won or been a homer. So who is Allah it further elaborates. Because now we're told the messengers a lot he said that you don't need to worry your Lord has not forgotten you. He doesn't forget anything in the least bit. So now it elaborates Rabu somato, he is robbed. Now, why is Rob connected to the meaning of forgetfulness? because it implies

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that drop is not only the one who creates but the one who sustains the one who provides the one who nourish is the one who protects and guides, meaning he's the one who maintains and protects and feeds and sustains a semi worth all that which is in the skies, when, and all that which is on the ground in the earth, while not being the Houma and all that which is between the two of them. So I mean, he's maintaining everything single handedly, you know, it's just giving that perspective that he hasn't forgotten. He has not forsaken, because he's maintains everything. He's never forgets anything, look at everything around you. And not a single like another place in the Quran tells us

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that not a single leaf falls from a tree except through the knowledge and the command of a last panel which Allah so Allah is the one maintaining everything, but I'll put some hours you will already have a number. So now it's understandable. It's understandable that don't here is saying, telling the prophets who loves him, we understand your predicament, we understand how you feel apprehensive, and how you feel very, very,

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you feel distraught, at times you feel very frustrated with the situation of the people and how they respond and react to you at times. And that is understandable. But what is the recourse? What is the proper course of action at those moments and then those times for our boo, boo, so worship Him, worship Him. And of course we know we've talked about this numerous times the word a Baba comes from the root word comes from the same root as the word slave. So it's not just worship, but it's enslave it is commit it is dedicate yourself to Him. But the primary means this clarification at the same time needs to be made, that the true manifestation of servitude of devotion, dedication is through

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worship, that if I simply say that, Oh, I'm the savior of a lion, I'm dedicated and devoted to Allah. But if I don't pray, if I don't worship Allah, then it remains an empty claim. Those are just empty words. When I would stand up and I worship Allah when he asked me to how he asked me to, then that is me backing up what I claim, then that is living up to that claim of Yes, I am a slave of Allah, so far Buddha who so worship Him, and exemplify your servitude to him. What's the bitterly a bad that he and not just don't not just worship him, but he was a bit leery about it. He is stubborn, ah, this is the exaggerated form of the word Saba.

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This is the exaggerated form of the word sovereign. So very firmly, tie yourself down, very firmly, commit yourself, be steadfast, in other words, be very, very steadfast and consistent. Leary by that he for his worship, be very, very consistent for his worship. So

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Now, a couple of things that needs to be understood here. First of all the prophets, a lot of him is dealing with difficulty and adversity. Allah subhanaw taala tells him the recourse here is to worship Him. This is mentioned in other places no peran welaka Nanaimo and naka de casa de Luca Maya pulu. That most definitely we know Mohamed Salah is most definitely we know an illegal Southern copy my opponent that you test becomes restricted and constrained because of what these people say. But what do you need to do?

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For sub be behind Arabic welcome, Minister, God, praise and glorify Your rub your Lord will come in a surgeon be from those people who regularly prostrate do sudo bow down before Allah? Well, I will drop the cat at a cafe and worship your Lord until reality comes to you until death comes and the reality is open to everyone. So

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this is mentioned in other places in the Quran as well, that when those moments of difficulty and adversity comes in Salah, a bad worship, and in our case, which is solid, the primary form of it is Salah, that is the proper recourse at that time. And in those moments, this is mentioned in pseudocode that as well, that when the prophets Allah, he said was dealing with adversity, in the shape and in the form of people ridiculing him mocking him and exploiting his tragedy in his personal pain, the death of his child, Allah subhanho wa Taala said not only Nikhil COVID, first he consoled him and give him a gift. And then he says, For suddenly the Arabic, pray to Europe, pray to

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your Lord. So the same instruction is being given there. fabuleux who worship it was probably a bad that he and don't just worship Him in those moments of difficulty and adversity, but then find consistency and steadfastness upon his worship, stick to their ibadah in the worship of Allah. And that is very, very key, that is extremely important to focus on and to remember and to keep a perspective of

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that, first of all, we need to turn Salah from a ritual form of worship,

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into a resource into a resource, a tool, a source of peace and tranquility, and, and relieving pain and suffering and adversity and difficulty. So that's the first thing salani is ever more practical place in our lives, is not just some very abstract, very metaphysical, existential form of worship. No, Salah is a very practical application, that is when I deal with adversity and difficulty, I can turn or I can turn towards that they will make will do turn towards the blessing of law, and dialogue and discourse and discuss my issues and my problems with my rub with my lord with the law. So, so law needs to be turned into something practical. Second thing, and then we never, we should

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never make the mistake that we only turn to Allah subhanaw taala in those moments of difficulty, but rather, we need to then be consistent. When we find blessing and benefit for us in that worship, then stay consistent with it.

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And there are Hadith to this effect that talk about it. That when you are regular and making supplications and when turning to Allah subhanaw taala moments in these in difficulty. It is as if your voice has become familiar now that when you do deal with problems and difficulties and adversity, then at that time, you know, it's almost like somebody who calls you regularly, somebody who calls you all the time doesn't just call you when they have a problem.

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So then at that time you are that familiar person. And at that time, the level of responsiveness you'll find it to be much much greater with Allah subhanaw taala as well, just because you've invested into a relationship with Allah for our Buddha who was severely bad that he helped our lamb Allahu Semyon. So one more thing I wanted to mention here. Remember the prophets a lot, he said was very anxious for the arrival of the divine revelation in the angels so that he could receive the message of a law he's being told here literally, that was stubbing nearby that he this lamb half of job. This works

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similar to how we understand a preposition in English. And prepositions have the ability to alter the meaning of certain verbs. Like for, for instance, in English we say going to, versus going from going to versus going from prepositions you can alter the meaning is the bar means to be very, very patient to stick to something, but when it's followed by the lamb, half of job, it is, many of the scholars have the fear and even grammar have mentioned this, that the lamb half of jar changes its meaning to what we understand in the Arabic language should be in theory law, to wait for something to patiently wait for something.

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So as the prophets a lot, he said, was waiting for the divine revelation a lie saying, Don't sit there and wait in anticipation for the divine revelation. Rather.

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You have a very wonderful outlet to directly communicate with Allah and that is Salah. That is your prayer. So

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being told, and we know that there's, there's not necessarily it's not a Hadith, there's not a lot of authentic. There's no authentication of this being a Hadith, but it's mentioned as a quote of many of the great scholars like Al Hassan Busey, Rama, hula, and many, many other great

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wise scholars throughout our history that they would say they would teach their students a set out to me. Rajan would mean that the Salah is like the mineralogy of the believer, meaning the Salah is the opportunity of the believer to communicate with the last one Salah, like the prophets, a lot of someone's granted that ability on the night of El Mirage. And I wanted to take out just a few moments to talk about this as well, because we're nearing what is in the opinion of majority of the scholars of Sierra and scholars of history, what is designated as the date of the night of May a large we're nearing that occasion now. And oftentimes, there's a great amount of discussion as to

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what can we can, what we can learn from that what we can take from that, and what reflection there are for us as we approach the night of an astrology marriage. And the primary thing that I wanted to point out is simply this, that the night of our marriage happened at the most difficult juncture in the life of the prophets, a lot of them from a personal perspective. It was a moment of the prophet SAW some his life where he experienced the greatest amount of personal tragedy. He suffered through the death of his wife, Khadija rhodiola Juana, we had been married for more than 25 years, he had been married to her for more than 25 years.

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I mean, think about that being married to someone spending 25 years of your most personal intimate moments with them. That's what we call it as cliche and cheesy as it sounds. It's what we call in our culture, like someone's soulmate, the love of one's life, spent 25 years with someone, the mother of your children. And when the message came, she was the first one to believe she was the strongest of his supporters on the most difficult days. In the preaching of his message, he would be there to hold his hand and to give him comfort and strength. He would draw strength from her convictions and her strength and how strongly she believed in him. And he lost her. And imagine what

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a personal tragedy that was. Then a few months within three to six months after that, based on the different durations of Sierra the profits, a lot of them then suffered through the death of his uncle Abu Talib. And this is wasn't just an uncle, like an any other uncle. That someone you see maybe a few times a year. Now this was the man who raised the prophets a lot he set up, he raised him he was his parents, he raised him. He took care of him, he was his family.

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And the prophets Allah these last 10 months after he lost his wife, and it was a moment of great personal tragedy for the Prophet ceylonese. And he was being exploited, his tragedy was being exploited at that time. There really you people who follow Him who believe in him, look what happened to him. Everybody around him is dying and going away. This man is so miserable. You follow a man like this. And in that moment of great tragedy and personal adversity, Allah subhanaw taala called him took them on the night journey to drew some and then called them above the heavens, on the night of Alyssa will meet Raj and their last panel hotel again granted him the beautiful gift of

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salah and prayer. as a means to communicate and as a means to this will be this will serve as an outlet for you. Whenever you experienced personal tragedy. Whenever you go through any adversity, whenever you need any type of help, this will serve as an outlet for you. So that is what Salaam meant in the life of the prophet to love him. And that is the significance of the night of this lovely marriage. More than anything we need to realize about the night over the surrounding marriage, that we were given a gift on that day. That is a very powerful means of communicating to Allah. And so therefore all of us have our own difficulties, our own adversities. We all have our

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own personal tragedies, our own personal predicaments and what we need to realize is Allah subhanaw taala is there for us. Like he was there for the prophets a lot. He said them on the night of our marriage. And all we need to do to gauge in that level of an intimate personal, private communication with Allah subhanaw taala. All we need to do is say Allahu Akbar, stand up and offer our prayers and we are directly dialoguing with Allah, and I don't again want to get too sidetracked. But even we have a hadith bootsy which tells us that when we stand up in the prayer and we recite Surah Fatiha, this is not a one way dialogue. But Allah subhanaw taala responds to us when

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you read certain Fatiha within our prayers. And that is exactly the opportunity we have in our hands. And we need to avail of this opportunity and the prophets are loving someone is being reminded of the same thing, that rather in waiting in anticipation of the divine message to sit be sent down, which needs to wait for and be and anticipate is the time for the prayer. When will I get the next opportunity to stand up say Allahu Akbar in dialogue and discourse with my robe with Allah? Buddha who was a bit leery about the Tiki huldah Allah moolah. Huzzah. Megan, have you ever known Do you know Lahu Semyon anyone who is equal to Allah subhanaw taala, who is anything in any way, shape

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or form like a lot of

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Of course you don't this is a rhetorical question. There is no one there is nothing laser committee shake on, there's absolutely nothing that compares to a loss of $1. And therefore, why wouldn't you want to talk to someone like Allah? Why wouldn't you want to build a relationship with Allah, people pride themselves on having unique relationships with very unique people. People pride themselves on having unique relationship with unique people

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who is more unique than Allah subhanaw taala absolutely no one and therefore pride yourself on your personal, intimate, individual relationship with Allah.

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So this is where that little discussion ends and that address of the angels of Djibouti and Ali Salaam it ends

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from here now directly from Allah subhanho wa Taala in a number 66. This is where the refutation and the reprimand upon those people who denied belief in a lie and deny belief in the messenger on a solemn and did I believe in the Hereafter is very important. They deny believe in life after death, where these people are being reprimanded. Now, Allah subhanaw taala says, We are wounded inside who either Mr. Mitchell so folk Raja hayyan were coolin Sano and the human being he says,

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The human being he says, Now something that's very interesting here that you need to understand about the tone of language, you can almost consider this a Bulava of the ayah. First of all, the human being this is not implicating all human beings. Because we also believers, Muslims also fall under the category of being human beings, but we don't say what these people are about to say. So when they just say the human being says, it's almost like when you're trying to reprimand someone, but you don't even want to acknowledge their existence. You don't even want to acknowledge them individually and give them any sort of credit or any sort of recognition. And then you refer to

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them. Some people say, No, we say that some people say some students have been doing this, where you don't even want to recognize them, because you don't want them in any way, shape or form to receive any type of recognition at all. And it's also a sign of displeasure. I'm not even going to address your talk to you. Some people say some students do this. So that's the tone here. Secondly, Allah subhanaw taala. It says, if he's quoting this, these very, very, these bad people who say these horrible things, it says if Allah is quoting them, and again, quoting them as to say, Can you imagine the goal of these people?

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Can you imagine? Can you can you imagine the the audacity of these people? Were hulan Sano look at the goal and the audacity of these people

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that they say, I either Me too, that when I've died, I'm dead lesson for Roger Hagen that in the future I will be brought out of the ground alive.

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And this is because the era of the mushy goon, they still had that tradition of burying the dead.

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So he's saying that after and this is elaborated upon other places in the Quran, we have kulula, ada mitzner wakulla turabian, where he dominated Allah for ozone. He say that after we've become our bones, and we've become dust, we've completely decomposed into the ground.

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Another movie I remember, I remember, when we actually really be resurrected, and they're mocking they're saying this in a mocking tone, they're not asking him the question. One thing is to ask a question. Is that really how it happens? That's a sincere, honest question. That's not what they're doing. There's no intention here to gain or seek knowledge. Rather, they're asking this question to mock to ridicule to make a joke out of them. So they say hey, that made to

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me Tula so far.

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Let me get this straight. What you're trying to say is after I'm dead, I died. In the future, I will be brought back out of the ground alive living

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Come on.

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You can't be serious. So they're they're they're ridiculing they're mocking. They're rejecting this last panel, a teller responds in a number 67 with something that is actually it's a rational, logical and intellectual response to them. I will I have grueling sorrow.

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So this human being this person who says this, again, you have that same

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like alluding to that person without acknowledging them. So this human being or when I guess, Guru linshang, does he not remember our Guru? Does he not remember this human being? And

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demos definitely we are the ones who created in min koprulu. Before that, we are the ones who created him before.

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Mr. Ratan Khurana

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Another place that we created him the first time

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that this is human being reflect doesn't he remember does any recall? Doesn't he think about the fact that who created him the first time? How did he come into existence to begin with? Unless we created him? And then ally elaborates whenever yakushi.

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Well, yeah, crochet, and he was nothing. He was nothing. So meaning that when we created him the first time, and he was nothing, so we brought him into existence out of nothingness. And now here's the rational and logical part of the argument. Isn't it easier to make something the second time?

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When you do something the second time doesn't it become a lot easier, you know, the routine now? You know, the drill. So it's a lot easier to do something the second time around.

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So let's as we created him the first time. So how, why is it difficult to recreate him the second time, that's actually easier. So just foolish human being would just go back and think for a second, this short minded, this narrow minded, short visioned human being would just go back and would just reflect back on his first creation, his earlier creation, you would realize if we create them to begin with, why wouldn't we be able to recreate it? How foolish how short sighted? how narrow minded is his human being. And again, a level of eloquence that we see here, unless as well, I'm yakushi. And he's trying to say that this human being was nothing. And I've elaborated on this before that

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when you say when you put the lump, all right, which is a minha rueful, which is mineral jawatan. It is from specific types of words or letters that are introduced upon the present tense verb, and it basically silences the end of the verb, the grammatical effect of that the literal effect of that is that it becomes silenced at the end. So we see in other places, one of the manifestations of it is becomes Well, I'm yakun while I'm recording, and we saw that sort of medium as well, in a couple of places while I'm, while I'm yakun. All right, but then it's also permissible within language within grammar, within sort of, to omit the noon to drop the noon FTA off the end and say, Well, I'm yaku

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what am duck what am APU to drop the Lunas tn and now grammatically speaking, both are legit and both are permissible.

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But then why is one will use the one place in one another one use another place. So it's used to express that meaning to add to that meaning to give some of give a visual to that meaning. The noon has been omitted here because he's trying to say that he was nothing to begin with. He was nothing to begin with. He was nothing like this noon has become nothing. He didn't exist like the new no longer exists. Whatever Yakutia

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now I am number 68 Allah subhanaw taala

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further elaborates. And now answers, this, this gives the conclusion gives a conclusion to this predicament to this question to this confusion.

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He says follow our up beaker,

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for up beaker, this is an oath. This is the vow of Casa beaker.

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Therefore, what up beaker by your Lord by your master and this is a last panel Rotella swearing by himself as they're up.

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And obviously, whatever whatever his take it, whatever is the object of the oath shows the importance and also lends strength to the tone of the oath, Ally's here taking an oath by him of himself for up beaker, he swears by your Lord by Europe, he swears by himself, for what beaker and also many times the object of the oath ties into the overall message of the eye as well. And so again, what's being disputed. What's being argued here is that these people don't believe in the hereafter. And if they were to really truly accept the lies the rub, they would have no trouble believing in life after death, because once they've truly accepted a lesser Robin as their Creator,

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then again like was stated in the previous ayah, they should find no difficulty they should find no hesitation in believing in the fact that Allah can recreate them and resurrect them. So for what because by your Lord by your not by your master, learner.

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Now, let me first elaborate as to what the word means natural and headshot, headshot basically refers to gathering all the people from different places and even different times and situations. gathering all into together into one place at one time.

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To gather people from different places, different times, different situations, all it all into one place at one time for one purpose.

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And then we if you look closer at that word, you have alarm in the beginning and you have a noon with the shutdown on the end of it. This

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Lita key This is for emphasis. And it's a very heavy form events as emphasis you can almost understand it as double emphasis. Then Ashura.

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Allah says no doubt most definitely we will gather all of them together. We will gather all of them together and not just them wash, clean, wash, clean. And also the the devil's shout out the the plural of shape on the mischief makers that did the troublemakers.

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The mischievous Satan's devils.

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Now, what what's meant by here by mentioning Shelton what's meant here, it's two things. Obviously, these people are not believing in the hereafter and rejecting and refusing belief. Not only that, but then they're mocking belief in the hereafter. So it's of course reprimanding them. But then it's also implicating those people, or those forces rather, that motivate these people that keep pushing these people on keep egging these people on to keep doing what they're doing. And those are two forces at work.

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Number one are the shale team like champion gin into Elgin? So first is the gin. All right, the shape on like, we know it, the one that whispers, the one that you know, the one that leads the human being away from doing good

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and motivates and leads to human being towards bad and wrong. So first is that one. First is that, so those shouting, right, like what we think of as shape on regime, because he's the one that whispers he's the one that keeps reinforcing the wrong ideas within people. So that's the first one. Secondly, what's mentioned is shouting in there or even shouting. They're even troublemakers and mischievous people that are at the level of being shouting, but they're human beings. And those are often the ones that do the same job of sheer shouting. They do the job of Shakedown, where they encourage people to do wrong, they encourage people to do bad, they motivate people to do wrong.

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They delude people.

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They dissuade people from good and persuade them to do wrong. So this is talking about those types of people. And this is mentioned in sort of footsie that I've referred to this before, that the people in hell will say it now let me a banana mineral, genuinely in teenage alguma data, aka domina. The akuna Minal is funny that the people in hell When they reached out, they will recall that there used to be the gym, the shape on who you Who, who used to mess with us, and give us bad ideas. And then there are also human beings, that were bad role models for us that told us bad things to do, that encouraged and facilitated bad things for us, that show us who they are, or law

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shows those people. Why, so that because they're the ones who lead us astray. So that we can then now press them under our feet, we can literally step on them, and we can crush them under our feet. So this is what it's talking about that Allah says we will gather all of these people and the shell team, and the evil forces are where I work both from the jinn and the human being filma. Now one thing that we're going to see consistently throughout the next few minutes, we're going to see repetition of the word filma thuma in the Arabic language means that afterwards, then after that, then afterwards, all right through my little rocky Tomasi show that a duration has passed, a certain

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amount of time has transpired.

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So then it says, So first of all, let's say we're gonna gather them all together,

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and then just leave them there.

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And one of the most

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horrible torments

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of the day of judgment and of the hereafter will be when these people will be gathered together in the field in the maidin of Russia.

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And then there'll be made to just literally stand there. And we know from the Quran, this is a day that is 50,000 years long.

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So Allah knows best how many 1000s of years these people will be left out there to just add the Hadith of the prophets. A lot of them tell us the sun will literally be a mile a mile above their heads, and they'll sit there and they'll drown in their own sweat they will now have their own arms and they will rot away in this in these horrible conditions. So total healthcare tells us that these people standing there will be so miserable that they will say yeah later hakama to the Fabia we wish we could just die. We wish we could just cease to exist. But this is too too much to bear to just stand there and stand there and stand there and deal with these horrible conditions and and know

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what's coming afterwards. So they'll lead literally left to be left to just stand there for what will feel like an eternity foma and then after all that time Allah says lead no lead on the home.

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Now I want to go ahead and mention here that the ayat that follow are very very strong and powerful in their tone.

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Very strong and powerful undertone, and these serve as a wake up call.

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It serves as a wake up call, you know, the deeper someone is asleep. The more deep somebody's sleep is, the louder of an alarm they require. being immersed, being drowned in ship

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can be can insulate a person so much from the truth

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that they may literally need that loud alarm clock with the bells on it.

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They need to be they need to be woken up.

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They need to be shooken awake. And that's what the exactly does does. That's why the tone is so strong. So let's is that after they've stood there for years 1000s and 1000s of years and rotted away from that after that, they run No. Then Allah says we will make them present we will present them

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so not that they will present themselves we will present them so they'll literally be shackled and chained Hulu, Hulu, Hulu, Amazon Lulu, grab them and tie them up through MFI, Silsila 10 00 and first nuku take iron chains that are 70 feet long and completely tie them up and rub them up in those chains. So they'll be shackled and chained and they'll be dragged and made to made present they'll be presented Where will they be presented? How will lead and again that word niranda home that has that same dual emphasis than the run now this one was definitely happened And where will they be presented how large a number around the fire of hell. And I've talked about janam earlier in

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the severe lectures that are literally mentioned that Jana will be like a beast will be like a hungry animal zephie Iran Russia he upon

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the fee Russia has been like like a wild animal, a hungry beast. Like it like it excels and it has inhales very loudly how it pants and it breathes loudly.

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That's how Jana would literally pant and breathe like a big hungry wild animal.

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He has a feed on Russia here.

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And it describes this analogy curious further on in the Quran. This metaphor that when like that hungry, big beast in animal when you feed it,

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what does it want? He wants more and more and more.

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Janna will be fed

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not just hustle boo Johanna

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not just a fuel of Johanna which will be people in stones.

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But then it will be as hell. There has been busy, there will be as Helene talathi How will be asked Helene talathi Have you become full? And Joe will respond by saying help me mozzie bring on more bring it on?

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Bring it on. More and more. Is there more Bring it on. So this is that that that scary scene. They're not they don't know how to handle. So these people will be presented around jahannam Hola, Johanna GCN. But not only will they be lined up around Johanna outside of gentlemen, but there'll be lined up gt yen, just just just to refers to falling down on one's knees

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falling down on one's knees. And the specific condition is not how we sit in the prayer in the tashahhud position that's also sitting on your knees. Not like that. But when you are upright when you're like standing on your knees. When you're standing up on your knees. That's what it refers to. And so I want you to imagine the scene and this is going to sound is going to look familiar. And hopefully you haven't seen anything like this in real life. Because you haven't been in been in that type of situation, maybe some people have, but at least you may be at least you have a visual of it, maybe saw it in the TV show or in a movie or something. But you know, when somebody is made to stand

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up on their knees, and their hands are tied behind their backs, what's that usually the position of somebody who is somebody who's a criminal, somebody who's either like, like he said, somebody who's a criminal, somebody who's convicted of a crime, somebody that is being tortured somebody that is about to be executed.

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So it's it's punishment form. Right, it's a position that that criminal is put in for punishment. So that's what it describes. Now not that they don't know how to handle

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that most definitely, we will present them around the Hellfire gap and up on their knees tied up like that chained up like that in that position. I want you to think about that. What a scary position to be in.

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I am number 69

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foma. Then again, we have the word trauma.

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Meaning what?

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That these people will literally be left they're tied up chained up standing on their knees.

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Around surrounding the fire of hell to literally be left there for what will feel like an eternity and eternity will pass.

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And then, so imagine just being there in that condition that state, and now you're looking at what you're about to deal with. And it's literally breathing out at you. It's exhaling and inhaling. And it's so burning hot every time hell exhales so burning hot that's literally burning their faces off.

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And they're just left there. And then after all that time, transpires film melanin z unimin Cooley, she added a new home shadow Allah Romania.

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And then it says that most definitely again you have the emphasis Lenin z Allah. And then we will bring out another means to extract something from inside of something. So there'll be this entire group of people and from inside of those groups of people, individuals will be extracted will be pulled out separately for very extra special punishment.

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Through melanin, the Andaman Konishi Archon, from each and every single group and she I tune in the Quranic language refers to a group that rallies together for a cause. So all these groups that rally together for that for their causes, their cause was what the opposition of the truth, the denial in belief in Allah, there are the the opposition of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the denial of the belief in the Hereafter, they rally together as a group for these different causes. So then extractions will be made of certain individuals from these groups, from each and every single men good Alicia, from each and every single one of these groups, and who will be extracted a new home,

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Whosoever amongst them, I should do it and whosoever was the most severe against man. In his disobedience, Whosoever was the most severe in the disobedience of Rama, at young we've talked about it means across all lines and all boundaries. Like when it talks about the old age of when Zachary Ali Salaam talks about his old age, he says,

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to me, I'll keep it at young. I've crossed the old age of even I've crossed the limits of being old. I'm so old that I'm past the limit of being old. So similarly, that's what it's making reference to here, that whosoever was the most severe in crossing all the lines, of obedience, of dignity, of respect and decency in dealing with a law and again, it refers back to a law here with the attribute of a man

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man the Abundantly Merciful because like it's repeated throughout the Sooners being emphasized again, that he was he is a rough man. He is a rough man. He gave them every opportunity. He blessed them with such a wonderful life. He gives them every chance and every opportunity day when you could ever ask for and specifically the items that are coming are going to mention about how these people part of what diluted them was how good their conditions were in this dunya

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how good their conditions were in this dunya Hayden McCollum and why Sedona dn

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n. Part of a diluted these people was how amazing their living conditions were, how blessed they were. So Allah says Allah is that our man, he blessed them in the dunya. How did they repay the favor by disbelieving in him?

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By disbelieving in him. He is a man, he sent a messenger to them he sent his column his word down. He gave them every opportunity but these people chose not to believe. So I should do it. Whosoever was the harshest amongst them in crossing the limits of lines of boundaries of obedience to Allah.

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These people will be specially extracted.

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And then these people it mentions what will be done with them.

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I am number 70. Allah says, Allah Subhana Allah, well, we have another delay. So now imagine the plight of those people that are being extracted, that they are pulled aside and then set separately aside

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and then they're just made to sit.

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If you've ever been in that type position, you know exactly the level of anxiety this here

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you know, handler

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whenever I travel out of the country, I always get separated. And I'll be I'm talking about this very honestly, just to kind of give that real perspective. So when they ask you to sit down separately, and everybody else that got off the plane is about going on their way getting their luggage moving on. Even your family's told to go ahead and get your luggage and just go wait outside and just sitting there waiting on your own for a couple

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have hours, the level of anxiety even though there's nothing you didn't do nothing, ain't nothing wrong Ain't nothing to hide.

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Right? But at the same time, just a level of like just anxiety of just having to just sit there the level of frustration, to just have to sit around and wait. And that's when you haven't done anything wrong. That's when you haven't done anything wrong. Even then there's that level of frustration, anxiety just because you've been separated from everyone else. Imagine these people on the Day of Judgment, they are criminals, they know that they've done wrong, and then they're being separated.

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And then they're being separated and they're separated and then they're just told, sit tight, we'll be with you when we need to be.

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We'll come and get you when we need you. You just sit tight. Imagine a low level of anxiety those people feel this that emotional torment, and they'll literally be left there for what will feel like an eternity. Unless and

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then after all that time, that emotional torment. Allah says Lana, no Allah mobile Athena, that we know best, who are the people whom Ola whom Ola beha who are the most deserving of Hellfire, what now these people are being told, why have you been separated? Because you are the most deserving of the hellfire.

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You are the first in line to go to hellfire.

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You are the most deserving of this fate and this punishment.

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So that's why you were separated. Not only that, but how does it describe that you are you will be put into the Hellfire so really young, really young, which basically in classical Arabic refers to how you hold like imagine barbecuing something like roasting marshmallows. So you have an open flame and you stick the marshmallow up there above the open flame or you stick something inside of the fire and you roast it

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so you put it into the fire and then you roast it that's basically what it refers to home Ola, Bihar caelian the literally be roasted inside of the fire of hell. There'll be tied up restrained and chained like they are and then there'll be inserted into the fire and literally be roasted there. So heinola home owolabi house in a year.

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I in number 71 Allah subhanaw taala says

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when men come illawarra to her

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when in min Camila worry to her.

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This sounds first of all this is it sounds like such

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it's such a horrible image and vision.

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It's such a such a scary thing to visualize. And for some people that can start to make them a little skeptical. Like that just sounds too crazy. I just sounds too wild.

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Allah says first of all speaking to the disbelievers, you say most you're going why a minko inheres for negation. This is for negation in Napa. And the end of negation is a very powerful, strong form of negation. It has emphasis built into it. All throughout this passage, we've seen emphasis, and years more emphasis, there's not what iminco

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each and every single one of you, there's not a single one of you, except that all of you, in law worry.

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There's not a single one from amongst you, except that when you do have, he will have to go to the firewall. So first is addressing a Michigan thing, there's not a single one from amongst you, except that he will have to go to the firewall, he will have to go to the firewall. So that's specifically to the machine.

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That you're not escaping this, you're not getting out of this one, you can't talk your way out of this one.

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But then some of them will first Cyril also mentioned based on the idea that follows after this, that this is addressing all of humanity, both the good people and bad people that each and every single one of you will have to if not even enter it will have to approach it. Because see the word wide it comes from Ruth, what are the Well, I'm not one of them and Madonna

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were describing musala salaam, it says Well, I'm aware that when he approached the water of the people of Medina when he approached, so what are the rude refers to just approaching something doesn't necessarily mean entering something means approaching it. So what Allah subhanaw taala says here is that that not there's not a single one from amongst you, except that he or she each and every single one of you will at least have to approach the firewall that even good people on their way to genda will have to go by we'll have to pass by we'll have to approach the firewall.

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And there's this specific Hadith of the prophets a lot is mentioned in the Sahih hain. It's mentioned all the books of sin

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very authentic narration, which talks about the fact that there will be a bridge over, there will be a bridge over the fire of hell, the bridge of us laid off

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you grabouw bilgisayar Allah Mati, Johanna, the Hadith describes that a bridge will be laid down that will pass over hellfire.

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And everyone will pass over that bridge. Another narration and autonomy the mentions that I was abou sorry, though Who did you know the loved one who narrates from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he says that I heard from the prophets a lot a system that the bridge of siddhart is thinner than a hair but sharper than a sword, a document a shadow domina mean a safe.

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And so what will happen at this point is as these people pass over the bridge of sit out, some of these people It describes, depending on their demand, depending on their belief, depending on their relationship with the law,

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some of these people will literally pass over in the blink of an eye, some people will pass over it like lightning, some people will pass over it, Gary has myrcella like a strong glowing breeze will just sweep over it. And it also describes that some people they will step foot on it, and it will literally split them into and they'll fall into the firewall.

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So this is this is what it's describing each and every single one of you will have to at least approach the firewall will have to go by and the blunder and the purpose of that the A Brian that the lesson in that the reflection and that is

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you sometimes don't know how good you have it until you see how bad some other people got it.

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You sometimes just don't know how good you got it until you see how bad some other people got it. So these people on their way to hell will literally pass over the fire of hell. Excuse me, these people on the way to paradise in the view the way to Jenna, we'll see how bad the people in hell have it. And that'll make it that much more sweet. Whatever they receive in Gemini and paradise, they'll enjoy it that much more there'll be that much more grateful to relish it that much more.

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The relish it that much more.

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And there are specific narrations in a hadith which also talks about this fact. There's a narration in the Muslim Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah, which talks about how good people people that are meant for Jenna paradise

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will first be taken. So a person who had a lot of suffering in this dunya

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who had a lot of suffering in this dunya will be dipped into will be dipped into paradise will be dipped into paradise. And then they'll be asked what was your dunya like, and be like nothing, I don't even remember anything bad ever, ever happening.

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Awesome. I just want to go back to there. And then somebody who lives the life of luxury in this role will be literally just dip for a second into the fire of hell. And then there'll be asked, how was dunya goes, it was miserable. It was horrible. Just that experience of seeing hell for an instance for a second will literally change the person's entire perspective. he'll forget about any type of luxury that he ever saw ever witnessed every experience in this dunya so as these people are underweight agenda even the good people so we see we all these you know, all the bad people will have to go to hell, they can't escape it. But even the good people on the way to gender when they go

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over hell when they cross over hell, when they see Hellfire

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when they reach gender, they will appreciate it that much more. It will have completely changed your perspective. We mean Camilla worry to her. Ghana, Allah Rebecca headsman naka de un

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and this decision of these disbelievers having to go to hell.

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These disbelievers having to go to hell and no escape. no recourse. No reprieve.

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Ghana, Allah Rebecca, this is fixed upon your Lord galarraga, this is upon your Lord Hanuman hatom in the Arabic language basically means a decision that is fixed and final, a final decision. mccolgan is a decision that is enforced. This is an enforced final decision upon your Lord. That is a figure of speech. That's a way of saying that your Lord has fixed this final decision, and he will enforce this decision and that's the way things are going to be.

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Allah has literally fixed it upon himself, so to speak. He's decided he's decreed and he's fixed. And he will enforce that this is going to happen. God Allah Rebecca headsman mccallion.

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Allah then says, thumb,

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thumb, so even this entire situation, so first you can think of it is think of it as the first scenario where the people of hell are being pushed into the Hellfire will be there being flung and thrown into the Hellfire, that duration that time that whole moment will last for what will seem like an eternity, one by one by one

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literally be picked up and thrown face first flung face first into the fire of hell, or even the crossing of the bridge of setup will seem like an eternity for these people. And Allah says after all of that through my new Nigella Dena taco. Then after all of that happens that entire scene transpires, then new luxury Latina taco, we will most definitely save those people, the ones who is taco, who lived a life of God consciousness, who lived and aware, Cognizant life.

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They always were conscious of a law, they were always thinking of a law, they live the life of awareness of a law.

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And the word that's used here, new net G,

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new net G, this is from 10 G. So this comes from the root word nejat. In this specific form, this verb pattern, this verb form,

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this is from frame to frame in this particular form, exaggerates the meaning get hyperbolized is the meaning.

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Meaning that we will completely save them, they will not in the least bit the people who live the life of God consciousness that in the least bit will they be affected by the torment by the horrible conditions of the firewall, we will completely save them from this, we will rescue from all of that we will set save and salvage them from all of that. They have nothing to worry about. So this is what I always like to highlight. Whenever we read passages like this, that are so heavy, that are so scary, that are so explicit in the torture and the torment of the day of judgment and hellfire. I always like to highlight there's always that thing that is mentioned at the end of such a passage.

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That as scary as that is. The way to save yourself from debt is actually very simple. Allah stated it

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in literally three words. Nuna je la Vina taco three words. That's it, the solution is right there. If that scares you what we just read in the last three, four hours, and you never want to end up in that position. You have a simple solution to implement three word solution. We will save those people who who it taco

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taco just lived a life of God consciousness at all times in all situations of life. Just think of a law.

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Just think of Allah. What would Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with me doing right now?

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What would please Allah right now versus what would potentially displeased Allah right now. Just think about that. Just live with that awareness and that reality, and the rest will work itself out. Really, honestly, it'll work itself out. God consciousness is the root is the key Taka. Taka is a foundation. built on the foundation of taqwa. The mosquito sees Allah taqwa. That's what I mentioned there about even a machine being built on the foundation of taqwa. So Illa de la Vina taco those people will live the life of God consciousness, unless we will completely save them from all of this. But

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the people who chose not to think of Allah while they were living their lives, whenever and but we will leave, leave who avani Mina, the people who did wrong.

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The people who abused who misappropriated we gave them time we give them energy, we gave them ability. We gave them intellect, we gave them talents. But what did they do with all of that?

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They invested it into the disobedience of Allah, not the obedience of Allah avani mean, they wrong themselves. They oppressed themselves, they did this to themselves.

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They want to blame anyone. They need to blame themselves numeral one full circle.

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They need to blame themselves. So whenever we're volley Mina, we will leave these bad people. fee Hi, in the fire of hell, GC yen. Again, that word GC. Yeah. Remember how those people were chained up, left standing on their knees chained up and tied up. Allah says we will literally drop them in hell like that in that same condition of being chained up and tied up like prisoners, like criminals, and they'll be dropped into hell like this. And they'll literally be left there whenever we're just going to leave them there. In the hell of fire for all of eternity.

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May Allah subhanaw taala save us all.

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The next I I am number 73. Allah subhanaw taala tells us

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what either to Tila, Allah him Ayah to Nabina

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How does some how does something like this happen to someone?

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How do things get so bad that this happens? Allah says in a number 73 what to Tila, Allah him i a tuna bayoneted when Our Ayat so literally speaking the sign

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Have a law or in our case even if it does refer to the terminology the IR

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so whether it's referring to the verses of the Quran or talking about the signs of a wall around us we took it out on a limb is that big enough

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that whenever our signs are not the Quran is recited upon them they enacted very very clearly.

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So when are asked to recite it upon them very clearly

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Alright, so it's not like it's very complicated it's not like it's very convoluted. Now it's very clearly laid out for them. When are I out there laid out for the very very clearly call a lead in a Kaffir who lives in Amman what is their response? Now I want to bring your attention to something here go back to ID number 58.

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Go back to ID number 58.

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there when talking about the prophets and the messengers and their followers women had Dana Webster Bina,

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what did it say about them? Either totally him i a tuna I, man.

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When Allah says the Ayat of Allah mana recited upon them, what do they do? What rules should janmabhoomi Keegan they fall into sujood the frontline they cry and they weep before Allah.

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They overwhelmed by the feeling of greatness and his gratitude, greatness and gratitude towards Allah subhana wa Tada. But look at these people's reaction, either. Am I a tuna?

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What do they do? Polly Latina, Kaffir una de Namur. What is their reaction? Those who have disbelieved those who are ungrateful. They say to those who have believed I you will forgive me,

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a mule for yukine which of these two groups and the two groups a mean is us disbelievers versus y'all believers, us this believers versus y'all the believers. Now what they mean here, so a human for me which of the two groups hate on my common

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is better in their standing in their position and their honor and their dignity? Which of the two groups is better, better off what

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and which of the two groups isn't more excellent company. And the DNA comes from the same root as a word network. Network basically doesn't just refer to

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come company, but it means like a company of elite people, a company of powerful people know what a dental network would refer oftentimes, to like the city hall, the City Council, the places where all the decisions would be made. So which of us which of the two groups is better in their standing and their position, and their status in society, and which of the two groups is sitting in a more powerful company of people? So you're the believers?

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Are lowly people, low class people, slaves and poor people? You're oppressed, you're the minority. You have no influence, no power, no control, we hear are the majority. We're rich, we're influential, we're powerful. And what you're trying to say is that you're going to be in a better situation than we are. You're reciting desire to a saying that we need to listen to y'all. We need to listen to you guys. We need to believe what y'all are saying. You got this the other way around. You haven't noticed? We're the ones in the better position here. We're the ones living it up. And if this is all blessings of God and blessings of Allah, well, who's more blessing? We look like we're

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on the better end of the deal. So if your God is blessing us more here, why wouldn't he blesses, moreover, there

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your God, you're a law, who has blessed this Moreover, a year Why wouldn't he blesses, moreover, there, he's forsaken you here, what's to say will forsake you there?

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So they go on the aggressive, they go on the opposition.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala here says,

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Welcome lechner popular human cognition, welcome, let now popular human porn. And Allah says in how many? How many? Have we destroyed? How many have we destroyed? mean gobbler home before that mean honey, from entire generations of people? How many have we destroyed before them from entire generations of people whom an assassin wouldn't yet and not only that, but those generations and generations of people that were destroyed before then

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they were even more better off than these people are.

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I thought, I thought it refers to a person's like material assets,

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a person's personal belongings, the house a person lives in the car that they drive the furniture that they have the personal possessions and little amenities and things like that, that a person has

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We how many people did we disrupt before them entire generations of people who were a lot better off than they are

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and a lot more glitz and glamour than they do.

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From Roja have a lot had a lot more glitz and glamour than they do what we call in our culture like bling bling.

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There were people who are living it up a lot bigger than they did, there were people that are a lot larger than life they didn't larger than life. There were some people who had a lot more gray glam and fam fame and glamour than these people do. But what ended up happening with those people, we destroyed them, we walk them off the face of this earth, so much so that no sign of them even remains today.

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And others who knows other places in the Quran make mention of the fact the people are the people of thermo the people of Medina, Pharaoh and his people. What happened to them wipe clean off the face of this earth. So these people are proud these people are arrogant these people are getting in your face, because these people think they're living it up over here.

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And so somehow that entitles them to be living it up in the hereafter as well if there is a hereafter to begin with, because these people are mocking the Muslims, they're not really trying to make an argument there is mocking the Muslims. But Allah subhanaw taala is reprimanding them. Allah is dismissing them.

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Allah, Allah is what we call in our commonly allies dissing them.

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They will make these people feel entitled to talk in this way. There were a lot bigger people than they were there were a lot more fancier glamorous people than these people. And what happened to them, we wipe them clean off the face of this earth. So these people better check themselves. These people better take a long, hard look in the mirror and see if this is the route that they want to go down.

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We'll go ahead and stop here inshallah. And we'll continue with the ayah tomorrow. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard Subhana Allah He will be humble. He's 100 Colombian Nick. Mashallah.