Tafseer Of Surah Taha 03

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Abdul Wahab Saleem

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Episode 3 of the series Tafseer of Surah Taha – Ramadan 2017.

2017-06-03

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we left off at inessa at a theater accardo fee howdy to jakku lunasin unison b matassa. Farah Sudan Naka, unharmed la mina, Bihar whatever our Hawa Tada, now, after a loss of Hannah what Allah gave Musa a certain number of different pieces of advice, Allah subhana wa tada now takes it to another angle of conversation.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala asks Musa alayhis salam a question which to him is already obvious, which to Allah is already obvious. Allah says what America can be Amina Kayonza, what do you happen to have in your right hand Oh Musa, okay, Allah subhana wa tada wants Musa alayhis salam to look at whatever is in his right hand and observe it carefully and know exactly what it is. Because Allah Subhana Allah is about to do something with whatever happens to be within his right hand. So he tells them to look at that carefully. Even though when a person is holding something if I hold this for example, if I hold the most hot, I know what's in my hand, right? But if I haven't seen that object

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within my hand for a prolonged period of time, it is possible that I may have forgotten it is possible that I'm I may be like, Well what here it is, right? Sometimes people take their glasses, put it on top of their heads and look all around right? So they're looking for their glasses even though they're right on top of their heads. Now when they find that they are right over here, this is the glasses right? So similarly Allah subhana wa tada tells them look at your hand what's in there. So he looks at it now he's observed it he knows exactly what it is and moves around takes this opportunity he knows he's talking to a lot of winners that he will general and indeed talking

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to a loss of kinda went to Allah is an opportunity. So when you're talking whenever a person is talking to a person of status, who holds a status in society and be also within the heart of this person as well, Allah subhana wa tada has the greatest status in the entire universe and Allah subhana wa tada has the greatest status in the entire existence. And Allah subhanho wa Taala is beyond the existence itself as well. So Allah subhana wa tada has the greatest status period. Here in Allah is a great status in the Prophet Musa and a Saddam's heart as well in the heart of Prophet Musa alayhis salam as well, because he is in fact a prophet. He's a chosen messenger of Allah. He's

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also the powerful amongst the messengers, right? So definitely, he has a great status in the prophets heart, and Musa alayhis salam czar.

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In fact, he has the single greatest status that is within the heart of musasa. So immediately, Musa alayhis salam took the same opportunity that any of us would take with those who we hold dear to us, who have a great status within our

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hearts to prolong the conversation. So he says Bala Yasser, he could just simply say, Yes, I, this is my stick, but he makes a long story out of it. He says Allah He also this is right here. Just this is my stick. I thought what do

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I What do I do? I rely upon this I lean upon the stick, you know how sometimes people have a stick upon which they lean? Right? So musala salam has the stick, he uses it to lean on it as well. All right, and that's why you see, sometimes people have piety, they hold the stick with them, perhaps they're taking it from here that Musa alayhis salam was using the stick to also rely upon as well as Radhika, right? They they are, he relies upon it as well, who should be hard on me. And what do I do, I also use it to lean or I also use it to bring down the trees in the branches or shape the branches. So the leaves fall so that my Hunnam my sheep and my livestock and have something to eat,

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they can graze upon the leaves that fall off of the tree. So he uses it for two purposes a,

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he uses it to lean upon it. B he also uses it to take the tree and bring the branches down so that the livestock can feed or shake the tree so that the leaves fall. And then he can eat from the leaves of this tree. Well, she'll be hard on me. And also I shake the tree so the leaves fall. So my venom, my livestock and go ahead and eat from it grace from it. What do you have Fiamma audible? And there's many other things that I also have, and many other purposes that I also have for this stick? Now the answer was what's in your right hand? The question was what's in your right hand? Once I said I'm given a very, very long story in terms of the answers. And he

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even he didn't stop at the two reasons or the two purposes that He has for this particular stick. He said, I have any other things that I do, as well hoping that allow would ask him what are those other things as well. And now you have to notice here, Allah already knows all of this, Allah already knows their purpose of this stick, that Musa alayhis salam uses it for all the purposes but Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to bring his attention to when Allah is asking a question. It's not because he doesn't know, he's asking so that he may bring his attention to this tick, because something serious is about to happen to the stick. So the other the other reasons or the other

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purposes of behind the stick included that if Musa alayhis salam is attacked by an animal or something, or he sees an animal that he wishes to shoo off, you'll use this stick to sort of move it away, and so forth. You'd also use it as the books of the sea and have it also use it to carry his belongings as well, right? You've seen those cartoons and sometimes movies and so on and so forth. Someone has a stick and on top of the stick, they wrap up a cloth and in that cloth, they have their provision and their belongings and so forth. And they put it on their back like this, and it's hanging in the back. Right. So once a setup is said to have been using the stick also to carry his

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belongings around as well. Right. What do you do hold on. There's many other things that I do with this stick as well. Our lt ha so it's a versatile stick. Now it becomes even more versatile. Allah Subhana Allah says Allah lt has he says that Allah said, throw this stick on the floor, almost throw it on the floor almost. For

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the next verse, Allah says, Now Musa alayhis salam, he threw the stick down for either hate and then suddenly the stick ended up becoming a yacht. So Musa alayhis salam took the stick and he threw the stick just as Allah Subhana Allah had requested from him. And he said Allah lt Jai Musa Musa throw this particular stick of yours. So Musa alayhis salam, he conformed to the commandment of Allah subhanho wa Taala he threw his stick for either here, how yet and then suddenly it became a snake that was that was moving it was moving really, really fast. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala describes this snake, that basically this tick which by the leave of Allah subhanaw taala became into a snake

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Allah subhana wa tada describes it in three different ways in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala calls it a year. Allah subhanho wa Taala calls it a vine as well for either he has been and Allah Subhana Allah Allah, He calls it a john as well. Right?

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So the first description is hey, yeah, that's the one we have over here. And the reason why I call it first is because it kind of encompasses both other descriptions as well done and also john as well. To understand this, we have to understand the meaning of each of them. theraband is this really large grand snake, okay. And john happens to be a small snake, a very small but agile snake fast snake, okay. And here is a generally a general term which is inclusive of all forms of snakes.

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period right? So you have these anacondas and you have these little guys that just go ahead and you know, move really fast and so on and so forth. And then you have another type of snakes which are, which are. We have another word for snakes, which is the word snake itself and that is general. It is inclusive of anacondas in is inclusive of these little skinny little fast snakes and agile snakes as well. So Allah subhanho wa Taala describes it with all three words. Now the question is what is meant from all of that? Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to establish a number of different qualities for this snake Allah wants to tell us, the readers of the Quran and the learners of the Quran and

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those who look into the book of Allah in the miracles of the book of Allah, that it is a sort of ban in terms of the size that Allah subhanho wa Taala made this snake into. So it was just a stick a lot transformed it into a serious sized snake. And that's why this snake on in another event that Allah describes also in the Quran as well, it ended up eating alive all of the other snakes of of the Sahaba of the magician's right.

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So this is a very large snake in that way. And number two, it is like a john in that it is very agile. Okay, it is like a small snake in that it's very agile, not in size. And last but not least, a lot calls it a hayyan, which is a quality which encompasses both theraband and john at the same time for alcohol for either here or here to partner with her wallet off.

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He said hold on, take it

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while at the Huff. And don't be fearful Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling me Sally said, um, go ahead and grab your stick, even though it looks to you like a snake right now. And it seems to be something that you shouldn't be afraid of, and move, you know, move away from it, and so on and so forth. Don't worry, this is by our leaves that this is occurring. And it is by our miracle miracle that this is occurring. So go ahead and grab that snake right. Now to describe exactly how he did it.

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You see the stick of Musa alayhis salam was a had a long trunk, okay. But at the top of the stick, there was two branches, almost or two branching little sticks, if you so please, right. And such a stick can actually be more useful because you can actually it's almost like a spoon, right? You can use it even more easily to sort of do what masala Salam used to do with a stick in there, that would be shaking the branches so that the leaves fall and other things that he would do, right. So the way he would hold it is he would hold it between the two branches. That's how he'd hold it. And if you notice, even today, when people actually want, they want to use a stick to lean upon as they get

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older, they have something similar to the same sort of stick that Musashi Salaam had and that would be a stick that has two branches branching off from the actual trunk from the actual main part of the stick that they would lean upon right. And that is where they hold it with their hands like this. Okay, so musala Sam is then told to go ahead and grab the snake in the same way. It is said in the books of history that the snake had his mouth open and he was told to go and put his hand right into the mouth of the snake because that the mouth itself came about from the two branches of the stick that Allah Subhana Allah transformed into this snake so musala ceram just as you would

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otherwise hold it between the branches. He was told to also hold between the mouth of the the snake as well and Allah Subhana Allah knows best but this is how the books of the sea describe it. Allah subhana wa tada continues and he says for alpha for either he or her yet intisar on houda

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go ahead and grab it and don't be afraid of it. Suddenly you do have sirata Hello oola we will go and transform it back to and reverted back to and change it back to its original state as well.

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You will go back to being a snake it will go back to being a stick well munia Dhaka Illa generic and go ahead also and take your hand and place it take your right hand and place it on your side as well. The hudl obey your law men, the lady Sue in iron O'Hara, when you take your hand and you place it on your side under your armpit, it will suddenly come out they evolve when you take it out of there, it will become white men lady so However, this whiteness will be without any suit without any harm that will occur to you. I attend O'Hara and this is another sign from from Allah azza wa jal as well this is another Ayah a sign of Allah as origin as well for you right messengers are granted

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iocked they're granted signs so that people may believe in the Ayat of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we recite. So there are I have a law that we recite

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verses of a law that we recite, which in and of itself are signs because they're so powerful. And similarly there are ions that are physical signs of a laws of logic that are given to the messengers as well. And those iaat those ions help us belief in the belief in the verses of Allah subhanho wa Taala as well just as the Ayat of Allah subhana wa tada in the creation also help us bring bring us back to the belief in the art of revelation as well. Right?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says to musala salam, he says, while demoniac Elijah naka de la I'm in it so go ahead and place your hand over here, it'll come out white men lady, so without any harm to your skin, because you know, if your skin suddenly became white, you'll think that this is some sort of disease that is come about on you and you have to go to the doctor. Right? So Allah subhana wa tada console's Allah subhana wa, tada already tells musasa that's not the case, you don't have to worry, there's no doctor that you have to worry about over here, you are simply going to, you are simply going to have this as a sign for you I at an era, and this is what the scholars of rhetoric, call

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us, okay. And that is basically a way to ward off any doubts that can occur because of a statement that you made you make a statement, but hang on this statement can also mean this and it can mean that it can mean this and that as well. You you tell a story and that story can be translated this way in that way in that way. So as soon as you start putting a number of you put it putting a clause in or another and so forth. As soon as you start doing that. That right there is a very very rhetorically powerful instrument because you're already warding off all other possibilities. You're bringing narrowing it down to the actual meaning behind which because of which you ended up

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reporting the story or because of what you ended up making that statement so a lot is just that Allah subhana wa tada worded off a doubt that can occur because of skin becoming white and that is the doubt of what that is a doubt of a sickness. Leprosy is right. So Allah subhanho wa Taala then continued he said Lee no Dr. Kammen Martinez Cobra, we're doing this. We're making your stick into a snake. And we're doing this IE we are taking your hand and transferring transforming into light as opposed to the Arabian collection collection that you already have. Right? Musa alayhis salam has an has a sort of Arabian complexion towards the white better in a Arabian complexion nonetheless. So to

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become suddenly white, that is unusual. So Allah subhana wa tada says, we're doing this so that it may happen to be a sign for you Leo, Dr. Kammen, iottie. And Cobra, we're collecting all of these signs for you so that we may show you the greatest of our signs for your profit Prophethood, which prove your Prophethood so we may show you the greatest of our proofs that prove your prophet of Allah continued. And he said, if you have enough along, actually, before I move on to the next verse,

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Allah subhana wa tada in this verse, He tells us of the hand becoming white. But the historians also tell us that when he would put their hand back and do the same move again that Allah subhanaw taala told them to do, then their hand would suddenly go back to its original state as well. So it wasn't a sickness, it was actually a sign that when the hand would go below the armpit and he would pull it out, it's white and then again, it would then become, it would then become as natural complexion again.

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Allah continues and he says is heavy enough.

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Now Allah subhanaw taala is bringing the real reason for which Allah subhanaw taala brought this entire story and that is the story of the Prophet of the Prophet Musa Allah said I'm with Pharaoh and this also console's prophet the Prophet Mohammed Salah love where it was send them as well because remember, in the beginning of this, what are we described, that the people of Qureshi started to, they started to cast doubt upon the profit out of their profits are settling because he was busy with a Bada, he was busy, busy with calling, and apparently you could not see great signs of the effect of the Dow in America. By this time, this surah is revealed in the year four or five,

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after the revelation came to the profitsystem right? By this time, you couldn't see too many clear have too much of an impact of the call. So they said you know Allah simply revealed a put onto you so that you may go through distress and misery. Right. So now Allah subhana wa tada wants to show the Prophet Mohammed that other profits went through a very difficult time as well. So this is a way to control their profits and sell them. So he says, if you have enough you don't wanna go to Iran, For verily he has become tyrannical God. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, or beshara holy Saudi, oh, my Lord, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, quoting Musa alayhis salam, as in musala salam said, I'm sorry.

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Oh my Lord. Oh,

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My chest for me, oh my lord, increase that make my chest vast for me and what that means is it's metaphorical. And it actually means a lot allow for these difficulties that I am faced by allow for the difficult, daunting challenge of meeting for our own head to head, face to face and so on and so forth. With this data that you're giving me with this call that you're making me presented before him, which would this message that you've given to me allow my chest to be vast for me to bear the difficulties that will come my direction, allow my chest to be vast for the evil way in which people may retaliate? allowing me to be you know, open hearted, allowing me to have a big heart allow me to

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have space within this heart of mine. So that I may be or all those difficulties so that I may be may be able to persevere through all those challenges. So that I may be able to uphold the the quality and the wisdom and the and the beautiful character of of patience and so on and so forth in the face of trials right. I'll be sure I had somebody open up my chest for me. So this is the door that we can all make as well. And before my doodles are always make this dial on Be sure it is odd. Oh Allah, open my chest up for me. Right because there's some things you have to when you're giving the call of Allah subhana wa Tada, there's difficulties that come your way from directions that you

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did not even perceive and sometimes from the closest of those that happen to be be towards you, right? They end up turning upon against you and so on and so forth. So this is a doctor that he would he made rubbish Allah and he suddenly musala ceram right from the very beginning, oh, Allah, allow my chest to be vast enough for me to bear these difficulties. Right. Well, you Sidley me and we can make this particular as well. And whatever we do within our lives, because you need to have a big heart for you to be able to bear the the difficulties that may be coming towards you from your own relatives, right. Sometimes you may be annoyed by something that one of your relatives is doing,

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you may be finding, you know, discomfort in one of your close family, relatives, perhaps your spouse as well, perhaps your children as well. So if you have a big heart, you can bear all those pains right? All those difficulties don't no longer seem like difficulties anymore when you have a big heart so let's make it all together that Oh Allah, expand our hearts for us. So don't be shut off. Nice, odd. What a Sidley Emery and make my affair easy for me there's difficulties that will come your way when you call to Allah subhana wa Tada. And similarly, when you just try to live the rules of Allah subhanho wa Taala people will start calling you an extremist people will start saying

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granting you different titles that you that you actually do not deserve. People will start thinking your backwards saying your backwards and perhaps even acting in a way where they clearly make you feel like you happen to be backwards and so on and so forth. Right? But Allah subhana wa tada can make all of those affairs easy for you. Perhaps you have been trying all your life to accomplish a certain goal. But every single time you try to do it, there's hurdles in the middle. Allah subhanho wa Taala taught us upon the tongue of Musa alayhis salam to say rubbish at it. So did he make my heart expand for me when I Sidley Emery and make my affairs easy for me, I make other people's

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hearts also expensive, such that they end up accepting what I'm doing over here, well, other than merely sunny and this is very important. And also untie the knots from my tongue as well. Because when you call to Allah subhanho, wa Taala, one of the greatest things that you can be given is that your that knots on your tongues become untied, such that when you call to a law, your messages actually each actually reaches the hearts, it actually becomes delivered. It actually reaches the destination that you're trying to make it reach. It actually gets through the mind processes through the mind. It goes through the year ears, it processes through the ears and naturally reached reaches

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the heart as well. So it's believe it is very eloquent such that it yep, no, we'll call it reaches all the way to the heart, right? That is a kilometer belly.

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So musala salam said Mila Sani, untied the knots from my tongue as well. Right. Mr. Ali Salam what had happened was when he was young.

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He was sitting, of course, he grew up in the mansions and the palaces have their own right.

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And a part of that story in sha Allah will mentioned later on within this particular song as well. Okay. So Musashi said I grew up in the situation where he is before the tyrant living within the house of this tyrant, right? And what even though that I would have great love for Musa alayhis salam was extremely beautiful, you know, child, and very, very pleasant child to be around. So for our own valid, great love with this particular child.

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Even though you would slaughter all the other children musala Sara, he did not do that to him. But what happened was musala said, I'm started playing with the beard of our own, which had some sort of which had some something tied within it. So when he pulled it a couple of years, or maybe a lot of years, pulled out of the beard of Iran, right.

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Now, when he did that,

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fiddle around became really angry already, he was afraid that there's going to be a child among amongst the Israelites who will be born and born, he is born, this particular child will pretty much destroy my entire kingdom. So when he saw this, he thought that perhaps this is that child, even though I thought he wasn't, perhaps this is the in fact that child right. So he wanted to basically kill masala Salam as well. Now, at that moment,

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the wife of her own she had the idea. She said, No, he's a child. He's uh, he doesn't know the difference between difference between pearls and he doesn't know the difference between, you know, anything else as well, right.

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So what they did at that point is they brought

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a piece of coal that was burning, and they brought some pearls and they put them side by side, or jewels, and they put them side by side. Because that I want to say, No, he's trying to take the jewels off of my beard, right? Because this is how is how much His heart is attached to the denier, right? But his wife is saying, No, no, no, he's just a child who doesn't, he can differentiate between coal, he can differentiate between jewels, and so on and so forth. So when he grabbed your beard, he didn't have anything to do with your, it didn't have anything to do with your kingdom. It's simply something he was doing as a child and which is true, likely he was just doing something

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as a child. So when they put the jewels in the coals over the air in the little basket or the bucket or whatever else, and are burning coal, that is

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the Musa alayhis salam ended up going for the coldest time, so he is, and then he brought it brought that cold cold close to his mouth, and a little bit of that cold touched his tongue and burned it. Okay, so of course at that point is extracted away, or they took it away, and so on and so forth. So this lacked a bit of an aqua, it left a bit of a knot in his tongue, meaning you couldn't express himself absolutely, clearly because the tongue, this particular thing happened to the tongue. However, when musala Sarah made this draw 100 mil ehsani. Go ahead and untie the knot from my tongue. Allah Subhana. Allah did just that he accepted the call and the draw of musasa Yes, whoa,

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whoa, holy, I'm making all of this

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so that you may so that they may understand my statement. Now, the story we gave, this is reported in the books of the feed, and likely it is from the the traditions of the Israelites, and we report these, we don't deny them, we don't reject them, and we don't necessarily accept them as well, but we, we definitely can report them as well. In fact, on that note, my master's thesis was in fact on the subject of reports that come from the Israeli tradition, the

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the Judeo Christian tradition, right? Allah subhana wa tada continued, he said, Why melissani? If only they will understand my statement, what dry Lee was Ilan Ali. And make for me was Eve make for me a minister, from amongst your families, from amongst my family, right? Make for me a minister from my family.

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Why is he saying this? This is very powerful over here. He's making a Doha for even his family members to be involved, right Nowadays, people when they get some sort of hate when they get some sort of position. The first people that they end up trying to outcast from their lives is the family members, because they know that the family members have a certain you know, certain views upon them, right. They have certain duties and certain obligations that they have to fulfill towards their family members, right? A laws messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked who happens to be Oh prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the most worthy of my good companionship. So the

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prophets I send them said your mother. So then he was asked again, who happens to be the most the most worthy of my good companionship, the prophets and send them said your mother and again, then the Sahabi asked him again, who happens to be after that the prophets who sent him said your mother, and then he said, your father, and then he said, The NACA adanac, then those who happen to be the closest to you, and then those who happen to be the closest to you. So the closest of us, they happen to have certain we happen, we are obliged to take care of them, we are obliged to be their caretakers, we are obliged to look after them and so on and so forth. In our times, and in every

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single time those who do not fear Allah subhana wa Tada. The first people

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The outcasts are the closest family members, because they fear from them in ways that they don't fear from people who are outside of the family. Because those who are close to you, they know the ins and the outs of your life. They know how you were raised up, they know what you did to become who you became, they know all of the things about you. So that you're, you're seeing it all your life is not hidden from these people. And that's why people try to push these people out of their lives as best they can. musala Sarah, when he's given Prophethood, what is he saying? What john Lee was the gentleman, from my family or law, give me a minister who will look after my affairs as well.

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Now, look at the way it was at least that I'm addressing Allah subhanho wa Taala, you know, when you are trying to sort of negotiate with someone, we're trying to sort of, not be direct about it, but then eventually get cut to the chase as well. Some people are extremely explicit and direct other people, they're not extremely explicit and direct. Let's say you work in a company, and you want to hire someone, right? And you you say to your boss, you know, I was considering bringing somebody else in and you say, Oh, we need something like this, I have an idea. What do you think about so and so and that's the one so happens to be your relative, you don't expressively say it right away.

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Right? So and if that relative is really close to you don't mention their their name right, immediately. So you start off with certain demand, you start off with certain prefixes musala, surrounded just that he wants a family member, but he doesn't mention the name. He starts off by saying what it was.

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And, you know, bring me a minister for my family. And who's that minister that I'm referring to? How do you see perhaps how don't who happens to be my brother will surely be here as the strengthen my back with him or strengthen my my fear with him, as it literally means your back as in this, your your spine, your strength, your ability to be able to continue your call and your message and your task, and so on and so forth, metaphorically speaking, and a logically speaking, right allegorically speaking rather, so he says, Who should it be as restrained in my affair, as literally means your back, but it is referring to allegorically it's referring to just generally his affairs, his ability

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to do things, because when there's two of you, you will be able to do more than more than one two minds are better than one, two people can do more of a task than just one person. If one person is doing every single thing, of course, there's going to be certain problems. But if if there's a couple of people, they'll be able to handle the task in a better way. So he says just that bring another person into my call as well. Right. And this is also a message to those people who want to call to Allah. Musa alayhis. Salam is looking for another data. Yeah, basically, he's looking for another caller. He's not trying to just have the limelight for himself and have the call all to

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himself and have all the virtues all for himself. He knows the task is huge. I can handle it all by myself. So who should it be he as he bring me someone else, let it be my family member, because of course you want the highest for your family member members, first and foremost. And then he says, strengthen my call with him because he knows he can do it all by himself. Then he continues, and he says, well, actually Kofi me, not just strengthen him, make him a minister, rather, given a portion of my matter as well. What's that matter, Musa alayhis salam has been given Prophethood right at the top of the page. Allah said what I'm after to confess that I have chosen you or Prophet Musa alayhis

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salam, I have chosen you for the message. I've given you the prophethood I've given you the messenger as well. So you now are a messenger. So musala salam doesn't want the message also himself. He wants it for her own Elisa as well. So he says Why should he Kofi Emery so go ahead and give him a portion of this matter that you have given me as well? Okay, a new set B hacker kathira. So that you so that we may be able to glorify you a lot when as karaca kathira so that we may be able to call out to you so that we may be able to remember you as well, a lot in the cocoon, Davina vasila, you are all watching, you are ever watching over us, Oh Allah, visit us.

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So Musa alayhis salam wants a another person who can help him in his call, Musa alayhis salam wants to hire for other people as well. If he wants to go and give the call himself he wants his brother to give the call as well if he wants to if he has been granted prophet or he wishes that his brother has also granted this Prophethood if he's been granted the ability to call out to Allah subhanho wa Taala he's been granted the ability to remember Allah subhana wa tada in the correct way and to glorify a lot in the correct way he wants his brother to be doing that as well. So our religion is all about sharing right from the beginning of the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada teaches us this this

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ethic of sharing when he says a dino sawed off on Mr. beam, he tells us to say, guide us to the street path. So we all want guidance, not

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For our selves, what we wanted for all of us, right? This is a message for all of us. This is a message for students of knowledge. This is a message for scholars as well, this is a message it can be. It can be extended to other scopes of life as well. But it is directly related to these two scopes, because that's what was at least that I was talking about. He's talking about data, and Prophethood. So in our context, it is that why literally, and also the reason that we seek, so we have to ensure that knowledge that we have, we don't try to hoard it to ourselves. Rather, we allow other people to come in and benefit from this knowledge. Rather, we we share that knowledge with

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other people as well. And also, those people who share knowledge. They don't just try to hoard all the limelight to themselves, rather everyone should get a portion of it. Right? Because we can't do this all by ourselves. There's no one man showing this. Even the prophets knew that that there is no one not showing this, that there has to be more than one profit in order for the data to be complete in order for the call to reach all of humanity in the cocoon. Davina vasila indeed you are ever watching over us. I ask Allah subhana wa Taala to give us the understanding that Allah is Ever watching and always watching

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or listening or something a lot more sad now Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ajmeri