Tafseer Of Surah Muminoon 16

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Tafseer of Surah Muminoon – Part 16

May 31, 2017

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa rahmatullah wa salatu salam ala ZD, mursaleen Allah Allahu wa sahbihi woman to be our home, woman to be our home, Shannon Eli you may be in the previous session, we concluded by Allah subhanaw taala in IE number 66 saying that the candidate iottie tutor Aleikum that consistently my signs were recited upon them for consumer Allah kabhi contente soon, but again, I called the candidates IoT to their alikhan for consumer Allah aveton that it was cut they were constantly recited upon you, but you constantly and repeatedly kept turning away from it kept deliberately turning away from it. And you know, making that decision to leave it and to ignore it.

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Now here I am number 67. Allah subhanaw taala as analyzes why would somebody and remember we talked about acaba ko means to turn back on your heels and 10 keys una casa means to turn away from something good.

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Right? You turned away from it, even though you realize and you could see that it was good for you. Why would somebody do that? And so I explained here and I number 67 was second Idina v Sam, Iran, Iran, a very brief translation

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and spent the evening making fun making fun of in parentheses, the Quran or rather, you grew arrogance there in chattering at night and blasphemy. So there's a couple of there's three different things that are mentioned here. Number one was sec bidding. Masek bidding is thick bar basically refers to arrogance. All right. So you thought that you were above being advised. You are beyond reproach. You are above and beyond any type of advice or correction or reproach you didn't need this. Right? So that's the first thing is thick bar. So they were very, very arrogant.

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And then Allah says Be he

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be he means either because

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Have it or with it? And I'll explain exactly so first, rather to simplify it. Let me explain three things. Most likely it means to be arrogant. Sam, Iran, in the Arabic language refers to talking at nights, late night, gatherings late night talking late night gossiping. Does June that June in the Arabic language means to belittle or mock something like it's also used hijab, heads around reverse like Hitler comes from that it means to leave something. But also when it's used in the active form in a negative connotation, then it also carries the meaning of mocking something making fun of something, ridiculing something. So I'm stuck between refers to their arrogance, Sam, Ian refers to

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the fact that they used to, you know, huddle up and gather up all at nights late nights and go all nights. And third thing was that they used to mock and ridicule.

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Now, this is going to seem a little, you know, confusing, maybe, but if you pay attention, the biggie. Now that's the pronoun Ha. So the question is, what does that pronoun hire refer to? What is it talking about? But in order to figure that out, first you have to figure out what does the bar imply? And what is the bar attached to? Is the bar the preposition bar? Is that complementing the word Masek between or is it complementing the word Sam Ilan.

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Right, Sam, Iran, Iran, Iran? Is the complimenting Mr. Green or is a complimenting danjuro. Okay, that's the question that first has to be settled. If we say it's complimenting moussaka bidding, then the bar means because of they are arrogant a lie saying you turn away deliberately from that which is good for you. And you know, it's good for you. Why, out of arrogance because of it.

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Now, what does that it's that high referred to what does that pronoun go to. And the move as soon mentioned, and all of a sudden are presented this analysis, from the machete to raazi, to even karatedo. To be they've all presented this particular analysis, that in that particular case, in scenario, the pronoun of ha it, it is referring to the GABA as bait to lotic as Allah calls it as bait to La artique, the ancient House of God, all right, it was the first house of Allah subhanaw taala, as Allah tells us in Surah, Allah and brought in the debates in Woody Allen national levy bacchetta. Right, that is the first house of God established on the face of this earth. And so they

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are arrogance. Right talking about the McKinsey courage, their arrogance, because they feel like we're the people of Africa.

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We are the neighbors of the Kaaba, we are the caretakers of the house of God.

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Right. So who is he trying? Why is he trying to advise us? We don't need any advice.

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How dare you try to tell us what we're doing wrong? Don't you know that we are very noble, prestigious people. Right? So that's one analysis that some of them have mentioned, moussaka, between a B, that they are arrogance, because of it. What was supposed to be a blessing ended up becoming a curse.

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What support what is a blessing the house of Allah ended up being a curse for them, because it diluted them. It confused them.

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The second

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meaning of the bar

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is that Dodger only reflate it refers to documents connected to that drone making fun of making fun of it at night, Sam Iran gathering at late night TV while making fun of it. Now in that case, what does the it refer to? So the first one a majority opinion of the mufa Ceylon is that this is referring to the Quran

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that they gathered together at night trying to poke fun at trying to find mistakes in trying to find reasons to not listen to the Quran. And there's plenty of references within the Quran that helps substantiate this particular position. Let us not only have the Quran well Kofi la Allah livan they say don't listen to this Quran make noise when it is being presented to you, so that you may be able to dominate overpower the discourse of this prophet and the the the enlightenment of the Quran. Alright, so they their meetings

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Together strategically at night, trying to figure out a way that they can overpower that they can undo the effect of the Quran is having on the people. The second

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opinion of some number of us Iran is that they get together at night making fun of it. What is that? It's referring to that the issue is referring to everything that was mentioned above.

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Everything that was mentioned above the remarkable qualities of those who believe in the Latino human culture to begin with. Well, Latina humby is rubbing up on well Latina whom bill became law you should have gone. Well, let me go to an AMA answer. waku medela anomala became Roger on, right that these great qualities they believe in a law, they are fearful and mindful of a law, they are conscious of a law, they are consistent in their relationship with the law, even when they do good like giving charity, they still worrying about the fact that will it be accepted by a law or not so sincere, so devoted, so dedicated, that they get together and they make fun of that type of

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That how silly are these people? Look up pathetic and sad. These people are? What a bunch of losers.

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Right, that that's what it's making reference to.

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Number three, is that Mr. Comedian, they are arrogance, a lie saying that you turn away from it because out of arrogance, and then to justify your arrogance, you get together at nights, and you mock and you make fun of it. Now, it's no longer it's him, be he and this is referring to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. You mark and the ayat that are coming after also allude to this fact, I'm Yahoo, Luna Aegina? Right? Are they really going to try to pull that off? Are they really going to try to say that he's crazy?

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Can they really in good? Like, in all reality? Can they actually justify the claim of calling him crazy? Really, that's the best day guy. So like, calls him out on it in a few hours, inshallah we're going to read it. So the third opinion is that it's saying that you get together your arrogance, and to justify your arrogance, you get together at night, and you mock and make fun of the messenger, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam.

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In all three scenarios, in all three cases, of course, it's basically saying that they are a lost cause.

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The so these are the three opinions that they make fun of the Quran, you see that within the context, they make fun of people with good qualities that we see in the context, Prophet was what's called the subaqua what was mentioned before. And now, the third opinion is that they make fun of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that's in the car. That is what is to come. You'll see that in the context as well. The other opinion I told you was that they are arrogant and the their neediness or their physical proximity, not spiritual, neediness, but their physical proximity to the Kaaba causes arrogance within them. Email, nessa ihraam Allahu taala in the in his sunon in his collection of the

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Hadees specifically within the chapter on deceit, he actually mentions that sorry Benji obeyed

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a great Tabby are in a great mood for sort of the prod. He says and relates from Abdullah Abbas that he said and the who call in Mr. Curry has a summer Hina Nazareth howdy ayah that Abdullah bin Abbas found it very distasteful after desire was revealed. He found it very distasteful to gather into hangout at night, Bala economistic, Marina bill bait,

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Miss aquilina bill bait that they became arrogant because of the Kaaba. So this opinion is attributed to Abdullah bin Arbus so that has validity as well. And this is actually from the remarkable features of the Quran, right like we say valid tabula rasa fee. But you can also look at it as fee who then

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that there is no doubt in the book and in the book is guidance. Right. So just that way, how versatile and how deep and profound and multi layered the column of allies will be. He be he sent me on Patreon. You can look at it both ways. All right. Very good. Now, before we kind of move on,

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there's almost kind of a, what seems to be like a tangential point. It seems to be a little bit of a tangent. But as the narration I just presented, narrated by mom, nessa II, from sorry Ben Jubail talking about Abdullah bus, or the Allahu taala on Houma. It's not quite a tangent, but Allah subhanaw taala see, you know, I talked about the multi layered nature of a last column. So how would saying two things in the same, like ayah that they were arrogant just because they live near the Kaaba even though they didn't fulfill its rights. And also the fact that Allah saying that they made fun of the Quran and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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At the same time, the question really an interesting question is, why does the law specifically mentioned Samara,

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gathering at night?

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And maybe that's just the fact of the matter. They used to do this at night. That's why Allah mentions it.

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But why specifically does Allah mention it, though? That still, you know, is a very valid question.

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Like when Allah subhanaw taala talks about people will be layli

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Allah subhanaw taala talks about people who wake up and pray in the nights, right? That Allah subhanaw taala instead of just saying, These are people who worship all the time, he specifically mentions the fact that they worship at night.

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Right, that they worship at night, and what do we extrapolate from that worshiping Allah at any time is good, but worshiping Allah at night is very noteworthy, very, very recommended. And it's something very special, it's very beneficial. So similarly, mocking Allah, mocking the Quran, mocking the messenger, mocking the believers, right? That's very.

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That's very reprehensible, and evil and bad. Regardless of what time of the day you're doing it. being arrogant is a bad thing.

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But mentioning the fact that they did it at night,

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does now hold some type of significance. And that's why I'm delivering Ibis or the Allahu taala animals or even races. After Abdullah bonobos heard this ayah desire was revealed with secondary Navy semi non tangible in the market he has summer. He basically from that point on he disliked, so the word sambit on semi non like I explained before, it means to kind of gather and to hang out at nights

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that he became very, like he had a very negative attitude towards, you know, the socializing and the hanging out at night. he disliked it very much after this particular Ayah was revealed. And there are other narrations as well, it wasn't just simply that there was some kind of like, side mention of it and that in and of itself, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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It's actually narrated from the prophets a lot. He said them authentically.

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Just a second, let me actually find the narration.

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Yes. So in the Sahih Muslim, it's an authentic narration as I was looking for the narration. It's in the Sahara viewer Muslim, a very authentic narration. So, you know, a lot of times

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especially for younger folks, it's very frustrating, right? Your parents usually are telling you not to late at night, you shouldn't hang out too late at night. Shetty. floga walk near, right.

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So, which basically means good people don't hang out late at night. Good people don't come home at this hour. You know, get off the phone, get off the computer, stop talking lights out, go to sleep, right? And you're kind of like, is this home or prison? Like what's going on here? Lights out. So it's a source of frustration for younger folks a lot of times.

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But what's really fascinating is in the heat of a Muslim, I understand a lot of times your parents might end up quoting you some fabricated narration sometimes to justify some of their positions. This is not one of those cases. It's in the Sahaba of your mom Muslim, narrated by Abu Hamza radi Allahu taala on who can and bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Messenger of God peace and blessings be upon him regularly. You asked he that sooner or later, he would delay the prayer to a third of the night. Let me explain what that means a third of the night. So Salatin Margaret, I'm just going to round off these numbers. Okay, let's just say sellouts and Margaret is at 8pm.

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So lots of legroom is at 8pm and Salatin fudger is at 6am.

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Okay, just rounding it off a pm to 6pm. Now, if you do the math, that's 10 hours, that from motive to fudge, it is what we call the nights, Elaine. Okay, so that's 10 hours. So a third of the nights, means about after three and a half hours after the night started. Okay, so that means Muslim I said was at eight, we see a short time again, just rounding off, let's just say comes in at 10 o'clock.

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But from eight so the profits a lot. He's I'm actually used to conducting a short prayer at something like around 11pm

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a little bit later. Right, and that as soon as someone come in, and again, that doesn't mean that it's wrong for us to pray as soon as the time comes in the goal and the objective is to pray. Right? And especially pray in a time when it's practical for people to pray. Right. But that was the practice of the messengers a lot he sent him and his specific wisdom behind it. Listen, gamma, you can use a lot of the same, you know, within a way Accra, Noma, Kabbalah and he disliked people taking a nap before Asia.

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Why? Because that nap could turn into

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right fudger

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then nap could end in fudger. And you miss Asia.

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So can we Accra? Who knows?

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We'll have Isa Baba.

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And the prophets, Allah decent this light.

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Talking, chatting

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after the Isha prayer. And that was part of the wisdom, why he didn't delay it to have tonight's

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right was because now it'd be impractical, people would fall asleep prior to bring it a shot, and thereby Mr. Aisha.

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But at the same time, the reason why he didn't delay, the reason why I didn't prayer right away. Because what happens when you get done with a short prayer at nine o'clock,

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then you can have like,

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a little time to hang out. You know,

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stop by here, stop by there, hang out here, hang out there. Right. Now there's time to waste. But if you get done praying at 1045 at 11 o'clock and 1130 then you know, I gotta hurry up and go to sleep. Or wake up tomorrow morning for fudger and then work.

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I've got time for this. Right. So that's the habit, the profits a lot of time was building in the Sahaba.

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And again, now some of them will first sit on some of the scholars if they've seen they particularly mentioned that of course what's right, so this getting together kind of hanging out at night, there's something to profits, a lot of him did not like he did not look upon this favorably. He did not like this. The Quran mentions it negatively. You want to talk at night to somebody? Right? What do we find the prophets a lot isn't doing.

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There, there's two conversations. Number one is maybe in the home with loved ones with family members, right? Like the prophets, a lot of these him would go home after a shot after leaving it at that 11 like one third of the night. So it was pretty late to everybody was in a hurry to just kind of leave and get home and the profits, a lot of us would go home and lay down in bed and use that finally the days over things are wrapped up, everything has ended. And then use that time to reconnect with the spouse.

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Right. So that's a justifiable, that's a recommended type of interaction. Spending time with loved ones. All right, especially like spouse especially when you're busy.

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And other than that, you want to really talk and spend time and interact will spend time in interact with Alice Cortana

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give some time and night to Allah spare some time you can make some time make time for Allah spirit time for Allah.

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That's what 910 for. So he did not look favorably upon this in general. Now as I was I was mentioning so that's a general rule. Some some scholars have kind of mentioned here under this particular topic in even other books, books of Hadith. And sure the Hadith books of test Kenya and Tanzania, where they talk about, you know, a somerby Lane, like kinda like gathering together and hanging out in night gatherings and things like that, that they mentioned it there don't make a little exception to say of course what's excluded from this. If, if, if it is a gathering of benefit,

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right? If it's a gathering of benefits, such as a helicopter

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ride, maybe you're attending like a little seminar or an intensive or an anti golf or something like that, where after a short prayer, you're gonna have a reading of a hadith with a teacher right or

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something of that nature, you're going to get together with a classmate and finish up your

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you know, surf chart homework, say inshallah. All right, very good. So, you're going to get together and wrap up your homework, right? So that's something of benefit. Now, that's obviously an exception from that. But however,

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I still have to mention,

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well, obviously, you're not doing what's bad, but

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at some level, you still have to appreciate the wisdom of what the lights are pointing out.

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And what the Messenger of Allah is clearly saying

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that that's just not a good habit.

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I have to finish my homework. What would be a lot more in our teachers used to actually really emphasizes to us right? So So remember, you know, after in the in the summertime, right after Isha once we prayed select because it would be so late be like 10:30pm, we pray a shot that after a shot, we'd have mandatory steady, kind of like a session

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in the evening. So it'd be in the big machine, there's humongous 100 V over like 1000 students huddled up in different circles where you're kind of discussing what will what you learned today, you're debating and arguing and asking and answering and just kind of like tearing apart what you did that day in class, you know. And so as we become a gathered there, so we do that in the summertime, of course, it'd be it would start prior to motive continue after Maghrib and conclude with a shot, because he was late in the wintertime. Now, obviously, you sometimes have no choice, right? Because it's your time can come in as early as 7pm. So if you're supposed to lock it up,

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right, lock it down after slot to the HR, like, we're gonna have everybody kind of like, in bed at 730 not knowing what to do with themselves. Right. So that's, that's not gonna work, obviously, that's why the profits allows them would delay the shot a little bit. So in the wintertime, you would prefer to play a shadow more kind of, like, out of time, like 9pm or something. Right. So again, where you could maintain some consistency with that. But nevertheless, for us, it was very early 745, eight o'clock. So then that study session, right discussion time, would kind of extend even after Isha, it would extend a little bit after she would conclude add kind of a general time

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10pm. So that there was kind of a consistent habit 10pm it ends, you wrap things up, you go and turn in for the night. And I remember we're kind of sitting there. And, you know, the, it was understood, it was it was it was, of course, understandable that sometimes at 10 o'clock, you know, you're kind of told, you know, you can everybody knew at 10 o'clock, you can just kind of disperse and head off. But if you're in the middle of something, you're getting your work done, you don't want to leave it in the middle of everything, right. So you sit there for an hour, an hour and a half another 11 1130 maybe till midnight max.

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But we're kind of going a little bit extra, we're going a little bit longer into the night because we got some work to catch up on.

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And very strangely, like it's probably 1am 130 we're still there in the sun of the masjid kind of outdoor in the courtyard. And one of our teachers comes kind of walking by and we really didn't expect to see him out and about at 1:30am.

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And we were just kind of like, oh, wonder what he's doing here. Right? And he kind of came over to us and he said, What are y'all doing?

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And I said, Well, actually, is what I'm doing. Right? Are you gonna feel like yeah, I'm gonna score some points now. Right? Everybody else asleep, me studying. Right? So I said, Actually, I'm studying, right? We're still studying. And he said, I understand that's good. But you know, would be a lot more preferable. So with that,

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said, if you would have wrapped up around 1112

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you go to sleep, and then maybe you wake up for fudger at six. Right? But instead of waking up for fudger at six, the extra hour or two hours that you're going to end up putting in at night right now while your brain is fried, and you're physically exhausted and you're yawning, right you're yawning so big, you look like you're going to eat the book.

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Right? And and you're distracted and rubbing your eyes and stretching out and laying down like think about the amount of time you're wasting. If you were to just wake up 45 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes an hour Max, prior to fudger go to sleep at 11 go to sleep at 12

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and then instead of like sleeping at two and then barely getting up at 644 right to pray a shot, excuse me to make will do and pray fudger in 60 seconds, set the new world record right

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Instead of that, if you would have gone to C but 1130 as you're supposed to. And then instead of waking up at six refrigerate, you just wake up at five.

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What you would get done in that hour would be more than you would get done all night long.

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Right. And so there's wisdom. So even though they're saying, you can condemn at the same level, somebody who's getting together late at night and wasting time and gossiping and chattering and talking about useless, pointless things, you can group that together with somebody who's having a helicopter isn't right at late at night.

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But again, having that helicopter in late at night still is indicative of the fact that you're missing the point.

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You're missing the point.

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Right, so you're, you're still not doing what's most preferable. Right. So that's something very important to take into consideration. And lastly, and finally, why why is this being kind of targeted? Why this, you know, this gathering or doing things at night? Why is it being targeted. So specifically, just because the Prophet of Allah Salafi some talks about this in numerous authentic narrations that the fitna of the night is more severe than the fitness of the day.

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The fitness of the night is more severe than the fitness of the day.

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And that's something that's irrefutable. If you have basic common sense, right, if you actually live in this world, at something you can't deny,

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bad things happen at night, bad places open at night, bad people come out at night.

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Right. And that's a fact. That is a fact.

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And that's, that reminds me of the beautiful Hadith of the prophets, Allah to him. And I'll kind of conclude with this, that the beautiful Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where he says when nighttime occurs, night, the darkness of night settles in, right, Aisha. So post Asia, people divide up into three groups.

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There, there's a group that the night is beneficial for.

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They gained something during the night.

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And those are people that spend their night in the worship of Allah talking to Allah

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or at least even a part part a part a portion of their night, they dedicate to alone.

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There's a second group that the night becomes a curse for them. It's a burden.

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And those are people that head out to disobey Allah.

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And there's a third group of people who don't necessarily like maybe do something good. But they also don't end up doing something bad and those are people who pray I shall go home and turn in for the night.

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They go to the sanctuary that is supposed to be your home, it turned into the neck.

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those people if you look at it, again from the surface eating gain or lose but if you didn't lose you actually gained

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three lose you actually gained because you protected what you have.

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And those are those people

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right and it's very important part of again in kind of our you know, American Western, modernized city, you know, slick

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you know,

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you know, mindset that we have culture that we have you know, we we sometimes don't want to hear or talk about these things but a part of the Islamic tetapi are really is to kind of really have a schedule.

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Have discipline

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Like it's almost like being a morning person. I'm not a morning person will either be

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believers or morning people.

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Right. I know that sounds kind of harsh, but it's it's got to be that we we got to learn to get there, folks.

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Right. Oh, I can't go to sleep early. I just can't What do you mean you can't you have to learn how to

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from a worldly perspective, I mean, talk to again, all the self help gurus that are out there all the you know, big time achievers and you talk to them and they all tell you the same thing.

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They go to bed at night and they wake up early in the morning get a get a jumpstart on things.

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That's what all successful people tell you. From a worldly perspective successful people. But islamically there is nobody more greater than Mohamed Salah they sent him and he went home at night. And he was a morning person.

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Early morning person. We got to get on that shower.

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All right. So Mr. Kirby Deena, he saw me Rhonda Sharon.

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Allah subhanaw taala in the next ayah he says Flm yet the barrel Nicola Anja, whom Allah, Allah will in a very brief translation, have they not contemplated the Word of God has something come to them that did not come to their forefathers

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or another translation takes a slightly different approach, then they do not reflect on the Word of God or

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are they in denial only because there has come to them from God What did not come to their forefathers of old. So, here realizing Flm get the baru. This is this comes from the root word data, like Google, it refers to the back or the end of something

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from this you have the word the form had that book

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had that book does that sound familiar? to Cabo de Bertha Bharata? Baroda buuren from for who never know Okay, now that right there like no that's tomorrow morning, brother. I'll see you all right. So

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basically refers to deeply reflect on something to get to the bottom of something to dig to the bottom of something and that's the word that I like uses in the Quran for pondering upon the Quran Flm yet de baru

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that have they not pondered? profoundly lol Cole refers to the Quran here, the Book of Allah subhanaw, taala

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and Java

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or are they still hung up on the fact that Jonathan, that they're King to them? Ma that which Lem yet t

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that which did not come to by whom their forefathers willing of old?

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Are they so hung up on that fact? Right. So there are two thoughts that are shared here. First of all, Allah subhanaw taala is saying, by the way, their denial, their refusal to accept the message is not based within any type of reason or logic or legitimate reasoning, because they have not even reflected upon and thought about the book of Allah the Quran. And of course Allah subhana wa tada talks about this many different places in the Quran of Elijah to the Brunello Quran, why do they not reflect upon the Quran? Allah, Allah, Allah Subhana Allah? Are their hearts completely locked up in these like traps? Right, until I get to the Brunello Parana weather Academy in India at La Isla de

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doofy. St. Catherine, that did not why do they not reflect upon the Quran? Do they not reflect upon the Quran? Because if they would, they would come to the profound realization that if this came from anyone other than Allah, then there would have been huge amounts and abundance of discrepancies within it. But the fact of the matter is, there is not a single slightest discrepancy in it.

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So how can it not be from Allah?

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Right, they would be faced with this realization that they have to accept this fact.

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So here lies making reference to that same idea of Columbia, the barocco

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Have they not reflected upon the Quran, which they obviously haven't otherwise they would have accepted it. And then Allah says,

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I'm Jaya Humala satyabhama, well, in the majority of them for saloon, and the language is very clear in this regard, that they're still hung up on the fact that something has come to them that did not come to their forefathers in our just not

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in Albania only about an hour, which is not only about time and time again, that was response that Allah tells us in other people that were destroyed by Allah, that's the same response that they gave, well, we're just doing what we found our forefathers doing. We just found we're just continuing down the path that we found our forefathers continuing down. Right? So leave us alone. Don't bother us with all of this. So this is what's problematic, some of us who don't also have translated and understood the idea to say, I'm Java. Right? And really, this isn't a strong position because the language and the kind of the flow in the context really doesn't support it. But they say

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that another way to understand this and the first translation kind of alluded to this, and that is that, um, Java,

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like, have they not yet realized that what has been given to them?

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though, isn't it the same thing that was given to the earliest of their forefathers? Because one of the earliest of the forefathers of the people the prophets, a lot of them is preaching to Ibrahim

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haven't realized yet. This is the true legacy of Abraham of Abraham, of Ibrahim McCann Ebrahimi, who do will answer Well, I can can even masiva Let me a communal machine.

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Shakira Leanna amici it's the bajada hula salata. Misaki. Right, they're having they realized that this is really the path of military Ibrahim Abu hanifa

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that this is the path. This is the religion of Ibrahim.

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Haven't they understood that? So some have also interpreted it that way. But as I said, the context really doesn't

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support that particular interpretation or translation. But the primary one that the Parana context also seems to support is the fact that what they're what's being said is that are they still hung up on the fact that because their daddy or granddaddy or whoever else didn't believe what they're being asked to believe that then it's not good enough for them? That if they're hung up on that fact, then there's no reasoning with people like that. They're closed minded, did narrow minded, I number 69. Allah says, maybe what else could be a problem? Number one, they didn't reflect on the book of a lot. Number two, they're trapped within their cultural paradigm. Number three, I'm leaving yahoo.

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rasuluh. For hula humann kyrou. A translation says, Do they not recognize their messenger? So why do they reject him?

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Right? Or is it that they do not recognize the well known integrity of their messenger, and so they disavow him, unless yahuda sulaco.

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Their messenger very interesting. Allah refers to the prophets a lot the same as their messenger, meaning he was sent to them, also alluding to the fact that he is from amongst them, which was talked about earlier in the sutra. He's one of them. He's amongst them. He grew up amongst them. He lived amongst them, they know him. They've seen it. Many of these people remember the day that he was born Bula, Babu, john, they remember the day he was born. They knew his father and they knew his mother. They saw him growing up, they saw him become a young man, they attended his wedding.

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They remember the day his first child was born.

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They've done business with him in the marketplace. They've been neighbors with him, they set up meetings with him.

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Like really, and now all of a sudden, they're gonna be like, whoa, whoa, we don't know who this guy is and where he came from, really.

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And then your entire, you know, very, you know, long standing history with him.

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Is there anything you can point to?

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That you would deem problematic? problematic enough to where you would just reject him and I believe in Him, and in fact slandering him and ridicule him and mock him.

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Can you?

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And there's so many different

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narrations of this?

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You know, Jeff had been beaten. radi Allahu taala and when he stood in front of an adjuster, yes, he was Muslim. But he was stating the fact why, because I'm gonna be the last one standing in the court. And no matter tribunal Waleed who came with us, he was sending into court they were do disbelievers and Amato was actually quite a wretched man.

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Gonna be the last rhodiola would eventually become Muslim later. By that time, he was a non Muslim, and he was the leader of the Asian game to actually drag these people back to Mecca, calling them slaves and whatnot.

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Right. So he was very much on the wrong side of the issue at that time and took the lead was just a wreck. So they're standing right there. And Jonathan Vitali when the king hears out with the Munchkins have to say the phrase, right, I'm gonna be the last no matter what they have to say. After he listened to them, he asked the Muslims What do you have to say for yourself? and Java? The older brother of IE, radi Allahu Allah, Allah, He says, You have Malik O'Kane in the la Santa in the Mahabharata phenol rasulillah. God sent a messenger amongst us now the fullness of who we know his family. We know his entire family history was silica who we know is truth. What

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we know is trustworthiness.

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He's saying that, okay, fine. Somebody can be like, Well, you know, Jennifer's a Muslim Of course, what do you expect him to say? But I'm gonna be the last and Ahmad are standing right there. And when he says this, everybody in the court turns to them like would you?

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Do you want to respond? Do you want to do you have a rebuttal? to their argument?

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And they're just kind of like

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no, nothing

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remarkable. Molina took no sure about he said

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To the same thing to the the emissary sent by the emperor of Persia, Abu sufian,

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Abu sufian saccharum, Abu sufian de Abu sufian. Again, he will become Muslim much later on. But he's standing in the presence of Hidaka, the emperor of Rome. And he says to him when he asks him about the qualities of the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam.

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Abu sufian cannot lie. He can't deny the fact. And he says he admits that all we know from him, his honesty, trustworthiness, he's never lied to us. He's never lied to anybody. That's one thing I can't accuse him of. Right. So again, he even the enemy admits. So let's see, um, let me add a food Rasulo.

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Right. So are you trying to say that you can't vouch for that? These are his qualities? What did Khadija radi Allahu taala. Say to the prophets a lot even when you see revelation in the Colorado Civil War took civil madam.

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Which are in Orlando be done? Well, lucky. Lady, Luna Cola, whoever, then

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you take care of your family. You look after you you provide for people who can provide for themselves, you lift the downfall in, in society, you're always first in lying to help with any worthy cause.

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Right, and that was something nobody in Makkah could disagree with. So Allah says, I'm gonna be adding food Rasulo, don't they? Is it that the fact that he didn't recognize the man who was sent to preach to them? Of course they did. They know exactly who he was. And they know what kind of a menu was, for whom level monkey room and then still somehow inexplicably, they rejected.

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They deny him.

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inexplicably, there's no logic here. There's no reasoning here. And as a side note, before I move on to the next Daya, something very powerful that one of the scholars mentioned that when Allah says Rasulullah, whom their messenger

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This is also to establish the hoodia because Allah says we're not gonna Maldivian hatanaka Rasulullah we do not punish people until we send a messenger. This is a lot also putting them on notice. We've sent you a messenger

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the onus to believe is now on you.

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The onus to believe is on you. I am number 70. I'm Yahoo Luna. Big nut on

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benja humble happy Well, I thoroughly and happy carry hoon.

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Allah subhanaw taala says that a translation says rather, why do they say he is possessed? He has brought them the truth and most of them hate it? Or do they say he has madness in him? Rather, he has come to them with the truth, but most of them are utterly a portent of the truth. So let's say I'm iapo Luna, could it be possible or rather excuse me rather yaku nunobiki ginetta.

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They accuse the fact that he has and again how they say it also shows a lack of confidence. They're not saying who are Majnoon. He is crazy. He is possessed metal and Yoku Luna be Heejun atone common form be heginbotham. He's maybe got a little bit of an issue is something cut off.

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Right But unless his budget hasn't been

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the previous hire refutes this idea already because you know him. You know exactly where he's coming from. You know who he is, you know, his personality, you know, his accomplishments. You know what he's done, what he hasn't done?

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How can you stand there and intelligently claim he's crazy. You can't. But john will happily brother He came to them with the truth. We're absolutely happy carry on this Israelites poses them. The reality is that most of them just cannot stand the truth

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will accidentally happily carry on specifically when it comes to the truth. They cannot stand it. That's really where their problem lies. And that's where their issue is that they cannot stand the truth at all. And so, some of the scholars like your mama Razi Rahim, Allahu taala points out that this is a lot completely just dismantling their argument that their argument against the Prophet sallallaahu Selim, or against Islam was fixated on two things. Number one,

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you know, wasn't they tried to attack the Quran and Allah dismantles that argument their attack towards the Quran. Number two, they try to defame or they try to assassinate the character of the prophets a lot. And again, Allah subhanaw taala completely dismantled and completely

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obliterates any type of an argument that they can make. And there's a narration that even cathedra ham Allahu taala mentions. There really, it's it's a motorcycle narration where Qatada relates

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that to Kerala, it was informed to us it was mentioned to us under a BLS allottee, some lockira Roger, and this kind of exemplifies how resilience and persistence and dedicated the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was. And again, how flimsy and flaky there are reasons to not believe we're

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so and then I realized a lot is I'm lucky radula the profits a lot. So I met a man for Karla who he said to him a slim submit to accept Islam for Colorado in Nicoletta durante la amarin. Angela who Gary

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you're asking me to do something that I don't feel like doing it.

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You told me to do something and I don't feel like it. For Colin, I realize a lot more including the Korean

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even if you don't feel like doing it isn't a good for you? Shouldn't you do it?

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With okito law? And the hula Kiera Julian he did he met another man for kalila who asked him he said except for this or the hedonic vocabularly that was kind of hard to swallow for that man.

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For Karla hoonah because life's a lot easier than the prophets. A lot of them said to him, listen, I can see that. You You feel like it's gonna be an inconvenience to you.

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But he says our Hlo counterfeiter Nathan Watson Watson, that if you were on a path that was very difficult to narrow and constricted,

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for lakita, Roger and Daddy, Daddy, Vanessa, who, but you met a man, you know his face, you know, his background. Meaning it's a way of saying you know, this person very, very well. For the aka a lottery thing was here in suddenly and he's asking you to come to another path. He says, Hey, don't walk down. Don't drive down this road. There's a lot of potholes on this road. It's gonna mess up your car, it's gonna be very uncomfortable. There's another road that runs parallel to this road, and it's very nice and smooth and new and clean.

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That a contented Who? A contented Sparrow would you follow that man?

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So he says now I'm of course I would call it for Willa Lena Mohammedan via de I swear by the one who holds Mohammed's life in his hands. I swear by Allah. In the color fee, our our metallic metallic, you are on the narrowest path imaginable. Life with no hereafter in sight.

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Is the bleakest existence possible.

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Look at the low country.

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We're in Isla de roca as Helmand Valley Calgary to LA

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and I am calling you to a life that has no end in sight.

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that death is just the beginning that the possibilities are endless. The sky's not even the limit.

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Right that that's what I'm calling you to

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where you kill Alana and then a B la selaginella p La Jolla and he met a man for Carla who asked him he said accept Islam believe in Allah submit for dishonorable dannic was very hard for him to swallow. For tala hoonah realize a lot of the some of the prophets a lot in some sense him or a Telangana for the Yanni I had Omar either either had de casa de campo tanto de Lake,

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Lake and fatality either had the third kalibak Where is that Amanda who is Amanda who harnack cannibal Fatah, Ya Allah de the head does and he said that any way that German, German to Elijah, for kalila who nebulize a lot he said him Kazakh come into mind

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam called him to Islam and again, he says, No, it's not for me. And the prophets, a lot of times I asked him, he says, If two people,

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right, two people, you have two friends or two acquaintances, one always tells you the truth. One is always good to you, and the other one always lies to you and always stabs you in the back. Who would you listen to?

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He said, The one who always tells me the truth and it's good to me.

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And the prophets, a lot of him just kind of like almost like throw up his hands and he said,

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Allah will deal with you people.

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I don't know what to do with you.

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Right? You tell me that it makes more sense of listen to somebody truthful, that makes more sense to live a more meaningful lifestyle, that it makes more sense. But then when I give you an option, that makes more sense, that fits the description below.

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logic that you're presenting, then you reject it. I don't know what to do with you people. Right? I will let me get that for Karuna be sahibi mention Allison. I want it for that. Haven't they really thought about it? They know they know that the man they're talking about the man in question Mohammed Salah to him is not crazy. They know that. But it would just take number one intelligence and number two honesty on their part. And those are two things that they just don't possess. Mama Mama Sahib can be Majnoon Allah says in Surah query 22 Allah says in Surah Surah 29 from Anthony kamatera become known for my opinion Matera began began in well known by the blessing of your

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master, you are not a soothsayer a sourcer. Nor are you possessed or crazy. In Hawaii larger loomba heginbotham photorhabdus will be hotter, as Allah had said earlier and suited to me known Casali Camacho Latina macabre himer Rasul Allah Setsuna Daria is 52 and 53 that every single time before we even these people, a messenger or Prophet came in La colusa I don't know Medina they always either call them a magician or crazy after a while so we

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don't hold out a lot of hoping these people because they are just people who have crossed a certain line Latina can be healthy well I can axacon little hockey carry on. Allah says that we have sent you with the truth and they just don't like the truth.

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You people just don't like the truth we've sent. We have good we have sent with him to you with the truth. The fact of the matter is you just don't like the truth. We that truth La La him i a tuna begging enacted in Surah hygena previous what Allah says that when the ayah the signs of Allah our eye out to recite it upon them clearly. Daddy foofy will do he Latina cafaro Mancha, you can see from their faces that they don't want to hear that they don't want to listen to it.

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Right and we've talked about how not only do they not want to listen to it, they don't want anyone else listening to it either. That's why they say don't listen to this Quran and make noise distract people when he's trying to share the Quran with them. So we'll go ahead and conclude here at number 70 inshallah, and we'll start with Ayah number 71. 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 subhanak a lot more biharmonic Chateau La Ilaha Illa J. The stock federal government