Tafseer Of Surah Muminoon 06

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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Tafseer of Surah Muminoon – Part 6

Jan 25, 2017

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Every summer I have the distinct pleasure of spending an entire month with people from all over the world here in Dallas, teaching the Arabic language or onic Arabic the language of the Quran and discussing and exploring the timeless lessons and wisdoms of the book of Allah. We call this experience for all intensive please check out begun smr.com that's be a y y i n ah summer.com to get more information sign up. I look forward to seeing you hear in sha Allah at the Quran intensive

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Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem ifla helmy known alladhina homefree Salatu him hace

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when levina humani la Grimaldi do Valentina homeless zakka t fire a loon well la Vina Hoon Lee Fuji him haffi boon in Allah as watching him oh mama catch a man whom for whom Allah Ito Malou mean for my neighbor to LA Wa La Liga La Liga Houma la doon when Latina homely Mr. T ma D him raw rune when Latina whom Allah Allah wa t him you have a boon la he can whom Allah detune alladhina uri Sunil feldhaus v ha Holly dou

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y la de la panel, Sam sannomiya su La La

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pleine from na hoona

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fi para McKean from Allah.

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Allah,

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Allah, Allah Allah potremmo la, la La, La La La

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La La La La La foom shot now who call upon

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further barakallahu X and we'll call it the zoom in

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da da da li kalama ye tune

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in comio multi Amati tuba to

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Alhamdulillah

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wa salatu salam ala ZD, mursaleen Allah Allah He was the son in Isla de.

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So previously hamdulillah we discussed the, we concluded the discussion on the seven

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characteristics of the believers that our last panel which Allah mentioned here in the beginning of surah, number 23 sort of took me noon, today and I in number 10 Allah subhanho wa Taala now talks about their reward. Allah subhanaw taala says, ooh, la comunidad de

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la Vega again just to very briefly translate Allah subhanaw taala said says that it is those people that they will be the inheritors.

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Now, without ego of course, we learned earlier today is a pointing word it points to a group of people. And as I mentioned earlier today in the class, but just for the benefit of anyone who's joining us for TIFF seed, that la chica is a pointing word is mostly Charlene buried, it's a pointing word for somebody, or for people that are in the distance that are far away, even though we've just got done talking about this group of people. So, while it seems that because of the context or because we just finished concluded talking about these people, it would it would make sense to use the near hot ruler, but Allah uses the word Latika because in the Arabic language using

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the one that is in the distance using one that is so far the pointing word is also a means is also a way to

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praise someone and to prop someone up so Allah subhanaw taala is pointing towards them with the burried to us saying that this is what you should aspire to dishes what you should work to that those people they are the inheritors and why the tune. What are the Yeti through in the Arabic language means to inherit literally means to inherit something. Now we'll talk about the meaning of inheritance and why Allah calls him the inheritors in the next ayah inshallah.

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So here Allah subhanaw taala just simply tells us as those people they are the inheritors. Now moving on to the next III number 11 This is where we'll really tackle the issue of what it means for these people to be inheritors. Allah subhanho wa Taala says

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levena Yeti Phil and Phil are those that they are those people who are inheriting or who will inherit, and for those whom fee Holly Dune that they will remain there in for all of eternity. So, to tackle a little bit about the language that's mentioned, this is of course a word Yeti funa we talked about it means to inherit, this is the verbal form, the present slash future tense form. So of course, it's referring to the future, because it's speaking about the life of the hereafter. I'll fill those, I'll fill those in the Arabic language. Now we're somewhat familiar with the word fill those There are numerous. It is mentioned two places in the Quran. Of course, as mentioned here in

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Sudan, number 23. In the beginning, it's also mentioned at the conclusion at the end of surah, number 18. So to calf in a living, Amina Mohammed Saleh artica, that's 11 jannatul for dosi, New Zealand. So it is mentioned in these two places before I quote some of the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And what the Messenger of Allah Salafi, some tells us about

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Phil dos itself, let's talk a little bit about linguistically exactly what the word for those means. So many of the commentators on the Quran the scholars of the Quran, such as Mujahid and Terry who obeyed of course the students of Abdullah in our bestseller the Allahu taala, Allah, they say that agenda to be Rumi as he held for those, that this word and for those is the Roman word for gender for paradise. Similarly, there are some other opinions as well, that it comes from the habashi language, the East African language. So there's a number of different opinions that this refers This is a word that was brought into the Arabic language that yes, it is from the Arabic language meaning

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the Arabs would use this particular word, but when researching the origins of this particular word, they say that this word originates from

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another language. And the most prominent opinion of that is that it originates from the Persian language, as I mentioned, from Mujahid and sorry, Benji obeyed some of the Tabby students about delivering our best for the Allahu taala and Houma now what are some of the ahaadeeth and what is what does Islam exactly tell us about those what is for those? So there's a lot here Abu Salah Shari radi Allahu taala, who relates from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for those whom of Surah tura man feel and her will assure that fulfill those is basically the nearest place to Allah subhanho wa Taala and the nearest place to a ramen and in its RS rivers and trees of paradise.

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abou Mama, radi Allahu tadanobu Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala and who narrates from the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said Salut Salut, la holofil dos cellula COVID those that ask Allah subhanaw taala. For Alfredo's, there's another narration that are also the prophets. A lot of them says he does a lot Jana saloon for DOS, that when you ask Allah for paradise and ask for him for those, and already just from that Hadeeth you're able to extrapolate that for those must not just be paradise, but a very, very special part of Paradise, that the prophets a lot of these women specifically encouraging us commending us telling us to ask

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for that place in paradise. And this particular Hadees goes on to say for Gina, because it is the highest level of paradise. What are those? Yes, my own athlete a large that they the people the inhabitants have agenda to fill those gentlemen for those who are so near to Allah subhanaw taala that they can actually hear the movements of the autoship Allah subhanaw taala

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another narration also mentions this is a narration in these heyne in Bukhari and Muslim that the Prophet of Allah Azza wa sallam said he that's the ultimate law Jennifer's Aloo Alfredo's that if you ask Allah for paradise and ask him for those

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for an agenda he will also to Agenda because that is the highest place in Paradise and then it says also to Jenna a lot of times also we translate as middle so how can something be the highest place in paradise but the middle place of Paradise as well? And that's because of our faulty translation. Oh such in the Arabic language was that not only refers to the middle of something, but actually refers to the best part of something the core of something the best part of something on WhatsApp WhatsApp, ah, not only refers to the fact that this room of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam is the best oma but also refer or a balanced domain Excuse me, but it also reverts to the fact that it

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is the best oma as

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Well, so it is the highest place in paradise in the best part of Paradise, Wyoming who to fudge geroux and and heroine jannetty and the profits a lot of a sudden says from Alfredo's all the rivers and streams of Paradise sprout forward from this place alter those will FOCA who are Shara man and above this is the art of Allah subhanho wa Taala man.

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So May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant his agenda to those. So this is a little bit about the meaning of those now.

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Now let's talk a little bit about now that we understand the basic language of the I live in a funeral home for your holiday on holiday and I guess we can discuss for a minute is a new word Hulu, or Hulu that basically refers to something lasting forever for a very, very long time. So Holly Dune here what's very fascinating is that it doesn't refer to paradise being everlasting. That's not to say paradise isn't everlasting. But what's even more profound than that is Allah says Kali Dune. This is the plural form. And this is referring to the inhabitants of Paradise, that the inhabitants of Paradise they themselves will remain for all of eternity in it. So automatically by necessity,

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that means paradise will remain for all of eternity, but paradise could have remained, but maybe the people going to paradise wouldn't remain there for all of eternity. So Allah subhanaw taala puts any type of concern or qualms that the person might have in their mind or in their heart to ease where Allah subhanaw taala says that no, they themselves while paradise remain for all of eternity, these people similarly will remain for all of eternity. They're in in paradise. And again, even though I usually point this out towards the end, but I'll point it out here, home fee hakala do the normal grammatical sequence in the Arabic language is home hardly doing a fee. But here are losses and

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Holly doing that then not only will they live for all of eternity, they will never die. There's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that once God has decreed what needs to be decreed on the Day of Judgment, everything has been decided what could be a beta who will happy that most death will be brought in the form of a lamb

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and then that lamb will be slaughtered there. And Allah subhanaw taala will declare at that time that there will be no death going forward after this point. And then the Hadith goes on to say that there will be no day that will be more.

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There will be no experience more relieving for the people of Paradise and that hearing that announcement and there will be no experience more tormenting for the people of hell when they hear that announcement. May Allah protect us all.

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So, homefield, Holly Dune, so I was saying that this reverse. The abnormal sentence structure here basically creates a meaning of exclusivity that they will live for all of eternity, but specifically in Paradise, specifically in paradise. And so now I wanted to talk just very briefly about this concept and this idea of what otha inheritance and inheriting so what this is exactly mean, right? Because there are other places in the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala talks about the Hoon, fil Jana entering paradise, and or being given paradise. But what what's the idea of inheriting paradise because, again, inheritance, if we take the word at its literal meaning, there are a few, like they

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say the relationship between lasme and zoom, if this is the lasme inheritance, and there are a few mazuma but there are a few things that naturally come with inheritance. First and foremost, is that, okay, fine, you're receiving something? Are they receiving something? Absolutely, they sure are. But inheritance also means that you are getting something that used to belong to someone else, you're inheriting from someone else. So if the people that are going to paradise, are inheriting paradise, who are they exactly inheriting it from? So, the first and foremost is that is this meant literally or is this meant figuratively, is the meaning of inheritance is being is this is the era, like the

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word inheritance is being borrowed and utilized here because of a particular dynamic of the word of inheritance. So there are both opinions amongst amongst some of us who don't. And actually, there's no reason to exclusively understand it literally, or figuratively, but you can actually understand it both ways. So I'd like to explain the literal concept first, how can we take this word literally, that they are inheriting paradise, that means somebody else has been deprived a paradise, that means paradise has been taken away from somebody else? That doesn't seem to be making sense? Because we know that when somebody goes into paradise, they're never removed from there. So how do we exactly

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understand this? There's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam narrated by Abu Ghraib or the Allahu taala and who that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said man min min min come in a hidden Illa Allah human Zilla that he

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Every single one of you has two destinations to final destinations munzee landfill genetti woman's Yellowfin our final destination in Paradise and a final destination in the fire of hell for in matsa Allah Nara what is the agenda team Angela who, but if somebody dies and then is doomed to the fire of hell, the people of Paradise will inherit that person's paradise as well. And one person's Paradise is the last person to enter Paradise that person's Paradise is reported in the Hadith of the prophets a lot. He said I believe in suffering Muslim talks about the fact that it will be 10 times the size of this universe 10 times the size of this universe. So now when imagine not only

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getting that paradise yourself but being receiving somebody else's paradise on top of that,

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what is the idol? jannetty Mantilla hufa Delica cola hula hula de su, and then the profits a lot of these on went on to say that is exactly what was meant by the

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films, I think the profits a lot he sent him pretty much settles the issue. Right when the profits allowed him directly comments on an idea, then there's really no question about it. And just so you know, that this is not some, you know, one time issue that going into paradise is being referred to as inheriting paradise, but this occurs other places in the Quran as well. And suitor number 19 and sort of muddy it number 63. Allah subhanaw taala says what to call Jenna trilogy, newly through many, many da da da and Canada, that tickle Jana, that that that that paradise, it is the one that we will give as inheritance from amongst our slaves, those who live the life of God consciousness

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and in another place in the Koran and sort of zakharov is number 72. Allah says within congenital he is to have him on from chama loon, that that Paradise is the one that you received it in inheritance, because of your deeds, because of the deeds that you used to do that you were deemed worthy of inheriting that paradise. And while we're on this thought and this concept of the inheriting of paradise. Before I explain the figurative aspects, I almost forgot there's another I end up on as well. In surah, number 39 in number 74 Allah says, well, caller hamdu lillahi wa de sada pandawa who was our Asana, what our Asana. So this is from solo to Zoomer. And if you go read

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syllogism, or this is the last I have, or at the conclusion of syllogism or, and before that a lot of talks about people going to paradise. And those people that a lot of talks about going to paradise, Allah subhanaw taala says that they will say after reaching paradise, that the ultimate praises for Allah subhanaw taala who fulfilled his promise to us, and he gave us this, this ground, referring to paradise as inheritance, that's about what will mean agenda to heighten the ayah makes it very clear that we can set up shop, we can go and live in Paradise, however, whenever wherever we feel like Alright, so multiple places in the Quran. There's this concept of inheriting paradise and

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explained the linguistic aspect of it. And another scholar who does, who explains it in a very, you know, a very beautiful reflection. He actually says he mentions that,

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that when they talk about the creation of Paradise that paradise was, of course creation created before human beings were. And how do we know that that the Quran tells us either my alayhis salam and his wife Hawa, where did they live, they lived in paradise. So paradise was created from before and Adam alayhis salam, and how are being two of the best human beings ever, right created by Allah himself and being the best best of people the best of human beings. Of course, it's unfathomable that they lived anywhere but I'll fill those the highest level of paradise. And at that time when Allah subhanaw taala created them, and gave them the ability to procreate, to have children and

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offspring that Allah subhanaw taala made Jonathan for those so huge that it would have fits all of humanity.

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Jonathan fields forget about gender altogether, Jonathan fields dose the highest level of Paradise is large enough to accommodate all of humanity.

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And now that humanity is here on the earth, so now, if everyone doesn't end up going to genital for those, then that leftover part of gelatin for those will basically be distributed amongst the inhabitants agenda to further those thereby again confirming that literal aspect of inheriting. So this is a little reflection that is shared.

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Buy some of them have as soon as well.

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Now to talk very briefly about the figurative aspects of paradise of inheriting paradise or inheriting Jonathan, for those specifically. So there's a couple of things. Number one, first and foremost is that when you there are two things that are mentioned here, number one is that inheritance, inheritance is something that is what we call even in English, we have this expression, that if somebody argues for the validity of their inheritance, they say that it is my birthright.

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And if we look within the foreign as well,

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right, we can talk about, you know, all the different dynamics afterwards. But let's just say that there's a particular child that is not on good terms with the parents. There's a particular child that is not on good terms with his or her parents. And if the parents end up passing away, in spite of the fact that their relationship might have been difficult, strained, does that stop? Does that child still end up inheriting from the parents Yes or no? They absolutely do. They absolutely do. All right. And we can talk a lot about fair, not fair, or whatever the ultimate wisdom is with the last panel. So that is what's right, and that is what's fair. But that child will still end up

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inheriting from the parents, by virtue of the command of Allah use legal Allahu feola.

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God has already commanded you on what will happen with your children when you die, and as far as inheritance is concerned. So it's a birthright and just like that person can can make an absolute claim

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to a portion of the wealth of the parents by virtue of the fact that they are who they are, that they are biologically the children of their parents. Similarly, this is basically saying that these people that will go to Paradise, that this is like an inherent rights of theirs, that the second just like the second that that DNA was connected to the parents,

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that that right became established a second emaan entered into their heart that right became established. That right became established mancala da, da, da, da, da, da, Whosoever says lightline the law has entered paradise. May Allah keep us up on demand.

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And the second aspect of this figurative meaning of inheritance, is also talking about that it's not a coincidence that it's said here at the conclusion of such a beautiful, powerful passage that talks about such remarkable qualities and characteristics of believers. Because, again, I go back to the inheritance, that to deprive a child from the inheritance of his or her parents. Right? If I am depriving a child from the child's, like the parents, the inheritance of the parents, what am I committing? What am I doing? It's a crime. I'm committing a crime. That is criminal on my part.

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Right so Allah subhanaw taala is saying that these people are so beloved to Allah, by virtue of these beautiful characteristics, that they work so hard in developing, that not giving them that giving them anything but Jonathan for those who would be a crime, giving them anything but Jonathan for those would be a crime. So both literally and figuratively, it confirms the meaning of inheritance. Like a human very soon, I live in a funeral Phil dosa homefree. Ha Holly Dune.

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One last narration that I kind of wanted to mention here, that also contains the mention of gelatin for those are Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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It's a very, very beautiful Hadith that also highlights something very remarkable about the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and something that we can definitely learn a very valuable lesson from.

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Is that a mother came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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a mother, she comes to the prophets a lot except her son had passed away. And she was very, very distraught at the passing of her son, very, very distraught. This Hadeeth

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Yes, so this is from the Battle of button

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This is from the Battle of butter and this is about the mother of Hadith. I've been Soraka Harris I've been Soraka was a Sahabi radi Allahu taala and who who participated in about the bud and a Saba who salmon harben that a stray arrow ended up striking him and he

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passed away at the spot. He died on the spot from the stray arrow.

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Afterwards, his mother, she comes to the profits a lot, a setup. seminarians mentioned that this was her only child. And she was very, very distraught at the loss of her son.

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And she comes to the profits a lot they sell them and she says in Ghana, for the generosity of spirit will accept

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that as long as my boy

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is in Paradise, I will be patient. And I will hope for reward from Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam responded to her and he said way hacky hability says, What are you talking about? Sister? What are you talking about? Have you lost your mind? Do you know who your son is in the sacrifice that he made?

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He said, Oh, Jen, our agenda and why don't

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you think there's just like one paradise, and they ran out of room in paradise. So your son would be turned away. He says no, in the hydrology Nannan cathedra. There are multiple, innumerable levels of paradise. We're in the hula fill, fill fill those and your son is in the highest stages of paradise. And that brought a lot of comfort to the mother of that child. So this is also another Hadith of the prophets a lot he somewhere he mentions the word Alfred, those. Now, we're moving on to the second passage of Singleton. We know the first passage where the first 11 iaat, which talks about the qualities the traits of the believers and their reward. Now we're moving into the second passage of

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sultanahmet Menon, which begins with a number 12 i n number 1213. And 14, most definitely, we will talk about them somewhat together, I'll still address each eye separately, at least, you know, explaining the words they're in and then we'll talk about more of the concepts for all three IR together, and hopefully we're able to also take a look at it number 15 and 16 in sha Allah. So the very first idea that we'll talk about is number 12. Here in this passage, what are the holopainen in Santa means hula team mentoring, Allah subhanaw taala says that most definitely, without a doubt, we created the human being in Sun, a little bit of a discussion about the word in Sun in Sun, there's

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some discussion about what is what is the root of the word insulin? What does that word itself originate from? Of course, we know that it refers to human beings it refers to a human being. But literally speaking, where does the word the etymology of the word inside, where does it originate from? So the popular theory, what people are a lot of times very familiar with that this word in time comes from Nishan, which means forgetfulness. And as I as I like to explain to our students, a lot of times that the most popular theory on a particular issue is a lot of times neither the majority opinion nor actually the more authentic position. Right. So how does something that's not

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the majority position of scholars, or the more authentic position in terms of knowledge? How does that become the more popular notion I present to you the internet? All right, so insaan comes from Miss young, right? That's, but it's not a completely false theory, either. It's just a minority position. And actually, when you work out all the derivatives, and you look at the conjugation of the word, it's actually a weak theory, the stronger theory, which also have linguistically speaking, you know, a lot of times in fifth we say you shouldn't say stronger and weaker, etc, etc. in linguistics, there a lot of times can be that type of definitive conclusion, because the language is

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the language. So linguistically speaking, the stronger position is that insaan comes from own homes are known seen, owns, right, like the word ns, for instance, the name ns Manasa. Alright, and that is also the opinion of the majority of the scholars of the Arabic language and the mufa, Ceylon. And it's not that just you know, there's a beaut, there's a remarkable or thought provoking correlation between insanity on human beings and forgetfulness. There's an equally powerful correlation between the human being and the meaning of the word owns. The meaning of the word owns basically means

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having like an emotional attachment, or having the need to, for lack of a better word to kind of socialize that a human

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Being is a very emotional creature, and one that seeks and craves company, and companionship in a lot of different forms, whether it be family, whether it be siblings, whether it be friends, whether it be spouses, and children, etc, etc. So this point is something very profound about the human being, that a human being has this emotional attachment. And of course, that's why the human being the ultimate craving, and no matter a lot of times, you will see, and maybe we've experienced as well, that no matter how many amazing or remarkable relationships we have, sometimes there's still kind of a void, because the ultimate attachment is to Allah subhanaw taala. And unless and until we

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can learn to seek that attachment to a lot, and we can satisfy and fill that void. by seeking intimacy with the last kind of hotel and connecting to Allah and talking to Allah, then we'll always feel that void deep down within us. And that's why you know, something that was talked about not once but twice on both ends. The first end, the seventh attribute that was mentioned, amongst the seven attributes of the believers was about prayer was about Salah, the ultimate connection and an opportunity to talk to Allah.

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So inside that's basically where it comes from. solera The word solara means molality mentoring. So the word Solana basically means hula. hula means something that is very, very pure, or the essence of something I forgot to give you a brief translation when Solomon Salalah. To maintain that we created man from an essence of clay, we created the human being from an essence of clay. So Salalah means kalasa, or the essence of something. And then further, the word subtler. Your Silviu or your Sulu also basically refers to the essence of something pure part of something and then this particular pattern that the word is on to Allah for Allah to llama, Kuma etc. This pattern

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specifically means something very little Ballymena shape alakina to mean a shape and I'll hustle and bustle Rahim Allahu Allah. He says Salalah specifically refers to Martin de Navarra Bharat ne a thing that it is, if you have like a little if you have like some dirt or some clay, and there's some water mixed into it. And so you might see a couple of clumps of clay, kind of like muddy if you will, right. But then there'll be a little bit of water, just kind of like still sitting there to the side of the clump of clay, that that little bit of water that maybe has a little bit of clay mixed into it that that is the Sula that is a Salalah. So a little bit of water and a little bit of

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clay is how it's described. Alright, then the word clean itself basically refers to clay. Clay itself. So there's two mins here heard from john. I mean, there's two of them here. All right, back to back. So what does that exactly mean? So one of the things to just share a little bit of technical terminology with you, we talked about even an Arabic class and how Maine has different meanings it means from it can also mean a part of it can also be used to kind of explain something. So the first one is what they call the bury the dead bury the idea that it means that the human being or lifted or excuse me, min Liberty down. Alright, so the human being that was created from

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this Salalah this mixture of clay and water. And then the second men is what we call Min baniya to explain that the muddiness of the water where did that come from that came from clay clean. So let's federal tell us as we created the human being, from the essence of clay, from an essence of clay, okay, and like I said, we'll talk about a little bit more about the meaning of it in just a minute in Sharla. As we kind of consolidate these three artists first understand exactly the language of the three ayat I number 13 Allah says Thelma, Jana who

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Thumma Jana who, and then we made him the human being,

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not to fatten, not fatten. Alright, so just a translation for manager so much fat and

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then we placed him as a drop of fluid in a safe place. So Jana who means to make something or in this the translator for instance, chooses the meaning of to place something but also make something calaca is created jhala to make or to place. All right very subtle difference in English, you might not even make a different size making you're creating but there is a subtle difference that I'm trying to reflect.

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So then we made him made the human being placed the human being neutral for 10 as a drop of fluid, as a drop of fluid and of course

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Again very appropriately speaking this is of course referring to a drop of semen alright so it's basically talking about a drop of fluid the bodily fluid feet are in McKean in feet or in McKinnon. Alright, so corvara in the Arabic language, it means a

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a temporary place of like almost like a station,

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a car or is like a station. It's not a permanent destination. So I almost want to use the word like a temporary residence. But then Allah says that a lot of times how do we feel about our temporary residence, it's not as safe it's not as stable it's not as secure as your permanent residence. A temporary residence is not as safe or stable or secure as a permanent residence. But Allah says makini

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McKean, this comes from McKenna, which basically means something that is very, very safe or something that is very stable. So Allah subhanaw taala says that then we placed then we made that human being a drop of fluid bodily fluid in a very safe, temporary residents.

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So that explains the language of it number 13. Now going on to number 14, Suma Hakuna Matata Allah cotton for collagen Allah Allah kata most button for Hakuna Matata Rahman for casona Larry llama Lakshman, Suma and Shana Holloman aka

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Fatah, barakallahu, Arsenal Holly thin, and again to just give you a rough translation,

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then we made that drop of fluid into a clinging form.

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And then we made that form into a lump of flesh. And we made that lump into bones and we close the covered those bones with flesh. And later we made him into other forms, funds about a cola who is an alcoholic team, that the ultimate source of blessing is Allah subhanho wa Taala. And he is the most remarkable of anyone who could have ever possess the ability to create.

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So now let's understand some of the language in this particular i i number 14. So we've seen the word notify before then Allah introduces the word Allah, Allah. Allah in the Arabic language literally refers to something hanging like Malacca. It means the hand something All right. So, it means for something to be hanging, or for something to be clinging on to something.

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And this is the word that basically Allah subhanaw taala is using for the initial form of the human being within the womb of the mother. For collagen, Allah Allah Cockermouth, Latin, Mandala, motiva in the Arabic language motherfucka in the Arabic language means to choose something

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and not just to choose something, but to bite on something with your molars, kind of the imprint that it leaves on it. So then it looked like a piece of flesh that had a certain shape to it almost like certain, you know, a certain form to it or certain very light, very subtle definitions to it. This is of course not talking about the development of the human being within the womb of the mother for a barman. And then as I continue to grow, then bone started to develop. And then Allah says, and then we covered that bone, those bones was basically flesh. And then we gave the human being another creation, then the, the the development of the human being took another huge step, and then it's

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referring to Allah subhanaw taala. It's about aka, the word tabarka. In the Arabic language, it means so unshot now who before I go forward on Shatner, who doesn't just mean to create something but it means to raise something up to stand something up. And then Baraka Baraka comes from the root word, Baraka. Baraka literally has two meanings, right boodle Abel means for a camel to sit. But as Bill pattu berocca refers to a pond of water linguistically, literally speaking. And from that we understand and even linguistically, that there are two core meanings at the root of the word Baraka. Number one is for something that remains Albacore. That's why that pond of water that sits there is

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called VidCon. The second thing is that like the camel sitting,

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and also the pond of water as it continues to collect water,

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as it continues to rain, right, there's also the element of azada, Alberta, when when NEMA was he added to that to remain and to also increase so it's talking

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About blessings. Right? That blessings are only from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the blessings of Allah are such that they remain everlasting blessings and blessings that will continue to increase. Then the word Baraka is used in its exaggerated form hyperbolized form to Baraka, most bless it is Allah, and solely is Allah, the source of all blessing acetylcarnitine, I can comment on on this a little bit, accent means the most the best of and holiday means those who creates those who create.

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And there's a lot of discussion here that

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first of all that linguistically speaking, like how can anyone else be referred to as a Holic? And some scholars basically explained it very simply by saying that the word Holocaust here is being used in its most basic, rudimentary form, that just to make something, and everybody even allies, given the human beings to the capacity to make something out of those things that Allah has already created. So that solves that problem. But even then, some of us you don't bring up the point. However, it's not correct, it doesn't. It's not appropriate to address anyone as a Holic, other than Allah subhanho wa Taala. So then how do we still explain this plural form of polythene, those who

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can create or those who would create. And on top of that, the other problem is that even theologically speaking, some very deviant groups that came

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in Islamic history earlier, they basically took it up like this, and extrapolated some very bizarre ideas from this, where they basically segmented or they minimized a loss kind of metallus control, and gave a lot of control and power, divine control and power to even the creation and created some very bizarre ideas and philosophies. And so it overall creates a very problematic, it creates a potential for problem. So what we need to understand is in the Arabic language, as it is, this particular form it, it is used almost as an expression, a hypothetical, that even if there were others who would have had the ability to create, nobody could have ever created better and more

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beautiful than our last panel,

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that even if there were others who could create nobody's better than the last panel metallic,

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so is 1213 and 14, here's a little bit about their language. And what some of the vocabulary, what some of the words, in these I mean, now let's overall talk about some of the concepts here. First and foremost, we're going back to number 12. Allah says, What instruments will Allah to maintain now from ayah, number 13, where he talks about the human beings starting off in the form of, you know, the, the filthy drop of bodily fluid, and from there in the womb of the mother, and then, you know, kind of growing there, that's the part of human creation or development that we are familiar with. Right, but over here, saying that the human being was created from the, from an essence of clay,

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what is this exactly talking about? What is this talking about? And how does that fit in with the rest of everything else? So there are some explanations, but the majority of them have acetone, and many of the Tabby own. The great scholars have received the earliest of the scholars have seen, they are all of the opinion, like individuals like Asada and Mujahidin at all. They are all of the opinion that this insane that is being mentioned here in number 12, is actually making reference to Adam alayhis salam. And there's something very powerful in the language of the ayah that I'm going to point out to you all in just a second that substantiates this particular position. That first is

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talking about the creation of Adam alayhis salam, and that of course, is something that's mentioned numerous places within the Quran itself.

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where Allah subhanho wa Taala

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he talks about the creation of Adam alayhis salam, yes. Lupo confiable. Tony,

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rather let me start here, Allah subhanho wa Taala the intellectual heritage.

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He says that

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rather excuse me inserted in the beginning of Sultan Nisa, Allah subhanho wa Taala makes reference to this fact. And he says about Adam alayhis Salam yasutaka Bakula de Hala Kakuma, Nevsky wahida wahala caminho jaha Obafemi numeri Jalan cathinone sa the first Allah created them and he created the spouse of Adam Hawa, alayhi wa sallam, and from there Allah subhanaw taala brought forth many men and women. All right in another place in in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala is so explicit in Surah. Two such that like this makes the issue very clear. Allah says well Budda Halton in Salomon de la created the Cree began, started the creation of all of mankind from clay

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machala mesilla who

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and then he brought then he made the offspring of that first human being mensual Allah Timmy Ma Ma him

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from that dirty drop of bodily fluid from that dirty drop of fluid from that filthy drop of fluid, right so in the eyes of Sora to sadza, Allah subhanaw taala makes it very clear he says, first Allah created the first human being from clay, and then he brought the offspring of that human being from the dirty job of fluid so that the Quran and you know basically explains itself to us.

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So this human being that is referencing is number 12. This is actually making reference to other Molly's Salah, and the other thing I was going to tell you about the language of the ayah that's very, very cool. If you look at it and I in number 13, Allah says so much Allah will not have a 10 fee karate McKean. Then the law says we placed we made we placed that human being or a human being in the form of the drop of fluid in a very safe and sound temporary residence and that of course is making reference to the womb of the mother.

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Now let's go on to number 14 and now Allah subhanaw taala says Thoma Hakuna Nova de Allah pattern for Kala cannon Allah kata moto Latin for Hakuna Matata. Domine focus on an area dama dama and Jana who

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and an ID number 12 if you can look at it number 12 What word was used in it number 12 Hanukkah or gala?

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Hanukkah Hanukkah Hanukkah Mallinson. So now number 12, will I use the word colloca? Number 14 ally uses the word Holocaust for more times. It's only in the middle

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after the first one ally uses the word Giada. Why?

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Right? It's almost like it's got this flow going. It would have just flowed nicer, right? The word colorful was used No.

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It would not have Because see, this is something very remarkable. We talk a lot of times about substance versus style. And a lot of times people they some people will sacrifice substance for style.

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And a lot of times people for substance they'll have to end of sacrificing style. And Allah subhanaw taala sacrifices neither.

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But even then the Mufasa don't do comments and they say that the substance of the Quran is still Supreme. Even though science is superior to anything. The style is superior to anything human beings could ever produce. But even there even within the Quran, Quranic styling Quranic substance, even then between those who Quranic substance takes precedence, and we observe that and we see that and so let's find out which Allah as he's using five, right six times Allah mentions making something making something creating something.

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And five of those is halaqa. But one of them is Yala.

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And where is that Jana where transition from talking about other Mali Salaam to talking about the rest of human beings. So I have number 12 talks about either Molly's salon, and because for my number 13 our lives transitioning to talking about the offspring of Adam Ulla, switch the verb to give you it should, it should perk up your ears, it should catch your attention and say, Wait, wait, the verb changed here.

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And then it continues back in the normal flow. And the reason why the verb change was because there is a change of who we're talking about. Then I in number 12, we were talking about Adam and I in number 13 and 14, we're talking about the offspring of Adam. All right, something very, very beautiful, very powerful.

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So

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now of course, just the overall where it talks about the creation of the human being this is talked about all throughout

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the Quran, time and time again, that

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Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about this, I'll just mention a few references in sort of the Zoomer in Surah. Number 39. In it number six, yes, loco, Kung Fu, Mahatma Gandhi, that he creates you in the wombs of your mother's helicon member the hulking creation after creation stage after stage, phase after phase fees automatically set out in insert inside of three layers of darkness. That ecola hoorah boom like

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that, that is your master Allah, and so solely To Him belongs to all dominion and all control, La Ilaha Illa who have a natural phone, there is no one worthy of worship except for him. So where are you going? Where are you turning to? What are you doing with your life? in sort of Allah I'm Ron, of course.

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Sooner number three is number six who are loving you so we're gonna fill our hammock a fair shot. He is the one that fashion you in the wombs of your mother however, so He willed into total hygiene number five the law says yeah, you're ness, old mankind in quantum theory middle bath, if you continue to remain in any doubts about resurrection for in alakina come in to rob that we created you from dirt from dust, tsunami motivated then from a drop of fluid through mum and alacati then from a clinging form through mum and Muslims in Malacca, and then from have created or further evolved piece of flesh. Well hey remar locker and yet still some growth was left for there to still

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occur. And Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say Li newbigin Allah calm all of this was done to help you understand to help explain to you and sort of often I am number 67 who will lead the halaqa coming to Robin tsunami not virgin thermometer allocation

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plan. So again after mentioning those stages that Allah says then he brought you out as children. So Molly, who should come Daniella allowed you to become full grown adults from Malaysia kulu ha until the point that you become old people. Allah subhanaw taala in Surah tilaka Yama insano and Utah Casa de la mia Kanata family money Guna from McKenna Allah cotton for Hanukkah, fudge Allah museo Jain is zakharova de la Saba Allah because Allah

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Allah says, Look where Allah brought you from.

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That you were just to drop a filthy, drop the jossa and from there, that clinging form from and then Allah subhanaw taala fashion you

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fashion you polished you off to the point from there come both men and women. And then that continues, that muscle continues on that offspring continues on. So isn't this Allah subhanaw taala capable of then reviving the dead color in

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the moon and Subhan Allah Allah says that, in fact, Allah says we created you from things and in a way that you actually understand. You can grasp. Allah gave us insights into the development and the creation and the growth of the human being. So that we would be able to look at it, reflect on it, understand it, and then be able to learn something much, much greater lesson a much, much greater lesson.