Episode 42 Surat Al Balad

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alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah

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all praise and thanks belongs to a loss of head on with that I made the peace and blessing of Allah be upon the seventh and final listen to Mohammed Salah law while he was

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so follows my dear respected brothers and sisters in Islam sermonic.

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And in the last lesson, we concluded by identifying things that illustrate that he blessed the human being with and this was

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that was a blessing.

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list each and every single human being with and that is the blessing of the eyes of the two eyes.

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And in addition to this, he said what he said and it will also give him a tongue. And we also gave him two lips. Of course the purpose of the two lips is so you can control your tongue and really be careful of what you say and what you speak. So now the third blessing that a lot of soldier he blessed mankind with is why they never date and we didn't get to speak about this and elaborate on it. So inshallah Tada This is where our lesson begins from where are they now.

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And from one of these blessings are one of these favors Allah subhana wa tada bestowed upon an inset upon the human being, is that Allah says Happy now

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we guided him to the two elevated paths, paths that basically lead up a mountain,

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the word and merge, it refers to a wide path that is clearly of vegetation and plantation, and it heads straight up the mountain. And

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he quotes a very beautiful Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, rush towards you a lot of people, because certainly that which is little is better than a lot which distracts you. And then you said other people, there are only two paths, the higher path that leads to good, and the high path that leads to evil. So what has made the evil path, the path that's full of what has made that path more beloved to you, than the path leading to good as the heartbeat of the province all of a sudden? Now

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let's look at this a again. What are they now

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the world has a net who it means to to guide someone to be a means to guide someone and mesh Deniz the two elevated paths. And now the majority of them are

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the ones that interpreted the plan. They say that the two paths here, it's referring to the path of good and the path of evil. And this understanding, it comes in many places of the plan in one of those of us who can know what that is, is

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that the straight the right path has been clearly identified from the wrong one, therefore, means two paths. One there is a right path one there is an evil wrong path, and must

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be impartial Callaway Makola that we guided the human being the two paths. And it's now up to him. Either he chooses the path in where he is grateful to Allah and that is the path of goodness or either he chooses the kafala which is the path that he becomes ungrateful to Allah and that is the evil puff. And so how you find that in the sooner that follows sooner than pellet, which is similar to shrimps, they

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elaborate more on what this niche is. So over there, we'll identify inshallah, once we get to it, he says find

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it must have had on what he inspired into the soul for

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its wickedness and its upward righteousness. This is what inspired the soul. So this is what

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we guided him to the two paths. What does that mean? That means we clearly showed him the right and the wrong. And you know that's true. When you lie, or when you kill someone, or when you still when you cheat. You know that you did wrong. You don't have you don't need someone to come and tell you you did bro. You see a boss

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created the evil, right we shall be created but also he put in some

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Have you that you know what the evil is? Right? So for someone that kills someone, he knows he did a bad deed. And you know, so how about when it comes into terms of lying, you just speak about this in mind when someone lies, you know, usually now they have this thing that it's known as a lie detector, right. And what they do is they actually

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put things on the human being, so they can test for him whether if he's lying or speaking the truth. Now from among the signs of a person, like, they'll say that his blood pressure will increase and his voice, the pitch will rise a little bit. And so

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one of the doctors was asked, why does this occur to someone that lies? So he said, because the body hasn't been programmed to lie. So we already know this by teaching us that everyone is born

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on a natural predisposition. So the doctor's response is we can make a lie detector. Why because the body isn't programmed to learn. So when you lie, the body doesn't like that. So it reacts. And so they can identify with a EULA. We already know this because a lot of surgeon said that he created the human being, clearly knowing what the truth is and what the wrong is. And so you know, when you help the needy, when you feed the poor, when you help the elderly when you donate when you visit the sick, you know, you didn't you didn't have you don't need someone to come and tell you You did good. So that's why

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we clearly showed him the right from the wrong way. It's up to him and he chooses. So we showed him the two parts. And one thing we should note on the language of this is that Allah Subhana Allah says, One

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day, he said without any pre preposition without any preposition, just like for example, as soon as he said it

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without any preposition or does that mean? Yeah, preposition is like Li, Li, and he didn't say,

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Illinois,

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or Indiana, he lost

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it the preposition was emitted. Now in our places of the plan. With the verb of guidance, there is this preposition. For example, a lot of surgeon says, Yeah, the

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way he

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says sometimes it comes with the preposition. Other times it doesn't come with the preposition. This is one of the examples why they never nice day in a month didn't say why they enamel 11 each day. Now what I'm telling you this because there's something that we need to focus on

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the removal of a preposition, the fact that a lot didn't say what has been eliminated in that it implies something linguistically, it makes the area more comprehensive, and it gives it more meaning. So now this ayah would mean it best translated as

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the best way you can translate it is to say, we guided him to, and along the two paths, we guided him to and along the two paths. And there's a difference, the Remove of the preposition gave more meaning that a lot of soldiers guided the human being to and alone. And what does that mean to and alone, when you have ILA, it will only mean that you are guided to that thing. Now, this is the difference. Say, if I was you wanted to go to the airport. And so I gave you directions to the airport, you will drive to the airport, right? I've given you directions to the airport. However, if I gave you directions, and I jumped in the car with you, and we both go to the airport, if I have

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guided you to and alone the road that leads to the airport, you understand. So to me alone has this much more comprehensive meaning in that a lot of distortion, or in that case, in that example is that I gave you information how to get to the airport. And above this I came with you, right which is which is the only the best of ways to guide someone to get to something. So now one question, he says why they now wouldn't be. Here removed is the removal of this preposition it wasn't mentioned to illustrate that Allah guided us to and alone, these two paths. So in other words, when someone chooses the path of good sincerely for Allah sake, then Allah guides him along that path. Allah will

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guide him along the path of good Allah be with you.

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And you'll add him. And he'll support him until this person reaches the paradise. And if someone was to choose the path of evil, and he's sincere in that, and he just wants the evil, they will not associate will make that path of evil, very achievable for this person. Right. So most of our data, for example, he says,

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He says, Allahu extend for those in rebellion, those that rebel against the law. And they purposely do this and sincerely one of the paths of evil, they know the path of good, but they just want the path of evil than a lot of stojan will guide them to and along this path, so he'll extend for them in in their rebellion. And they will become even more blinded whammo don't feel too heavy. So which whichever path you choose, and Allah has already clearly made these two paths, very equal, very needful for a person to know what kind of party chooses, whether it's the evil or the good Allah put inside of you, he inspired the soul to know whether this is evil, whether this is good, whichever

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you choose, there are a lot of guides you to end along this path is with you all along.

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So the word we said comes from the word mesh, and mesh, the course is a mountain, which is generally basically bare rock, with no plantation, no vegetation on it whatsoever. And it is a clear path that leads uphill.

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So now, an image is presented in the area.

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When a surgeon says understate, and the image that's been illustrated in this area, is of a person think of a person, he's at the bottom of the hill. And in front of him, there is two elevated paths, one that leads him to the right, the other one leads him to the left. And a lot of surgeon has clearly shown you this path leads to that. And this path leads to that.

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The thing to understand here is that these two paths are right in front of you. And they agree. And they both involve hardship and struggle, of course, because they don't appeal.

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So whether you go up this path, there is going to be hardship.

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And when you go up this path, which is the evil, the good, there is also going to be difficulty and hardship. And this is something that allowes had already stated previously in this sort of lack of incentive fee cupboard. Indeed, we created many an intense struggle and difficulty.

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So the lesson that's being reinforced here is the same lesson, but this time with a new image, thinking of a hill in an appeal and an elevated path to get to the top.

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And so

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there's a beautiful view of the Sahaba. Also, and what I shared with you today, in being the two paths of evil and good, that's one opinion that's the majority opinion. There is also another opinion, that says choir, they never mesh they means that we guided him to the breast of his mother, and mesh to him means

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basically, in Arabic is the breast of a woman. So what this is referring to in the view of the Sahaba is that when the man or the when the when the human being when he's born,

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where does he go? He goes straight to the breast of his mother, and he circles and

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we guided him to get there. And why is he Why is the breast wound as unknown today? Because we said literally Our aim is an elevated path. So, so the breast is known as unknown.

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Because it is an elevated part of the body, right? It's at the top of the body, therefore it has this yearly view. And so how am I you know what's very beautiful in this, compare the two together when a baby comes out, who guided him and who taught him that that's where he should go for his food and for his meal. No one other than Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah guided him too, and along the path until he reached the breast. A lot of surgeons only only jumped this this baby. So the same way. A lot of guided this baby to the breast of his mother is exactly the same way. Allah subhanho wa Taala has shown us all the paths of good in the path of evil. It is as simple as the baby knowing where

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the breast is. This is how we join these two views together.

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Here's another thing you should also look in this area.

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And I want you to, I want to make this easy for you to understand. The word emerged, we said it generally, it's the word that's used for a mountain. One of these parts is easy going up. But as you get further up, it becomes difficult. However, the other path, what it begins with difficulty, but when you go further up, it becomes easy, right? These are the two paths, of course, because when you take the path of goodness, then there is difficulty at the beginning of it. But later on a lot of social rewards, you have the paradise in a way that's easily the other path, you think it's easy, you don't have to be abided by must commence, and you can fly straight up. However, at the end of

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the path, what happens, you go straight to the Hellfire, that's when the real difficulty begins for you. So you have two options, you have an easy beginning, or you can choose a hard beginning.

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And what is the human being love to get. She's a human being naturally by nature, he loves ease at the beginning, something very easy. Things that come quickly, things that come immediately things that come quick, nice and easy. That's what the human being loves. As for problems, well, we'll deal with that later. Many human beings, that's the attitude, when a problem is present before it, push it, we'll deal with it later, later, later, later on until it grows. Right. So the nature of the human being is that he loves something that's quick and easy. And it delays the difficulties in the problems. So a lot of Zoysia leases straight off to this fella time, a lotta further

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is also a word in the Arabic language that's used for a mountain. But it refers to a very steep pop, this is really, really steep, really difficult to go along.

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So it's similar to the word mesh, aka is similar to the word mesh, except that

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we said the the path, which is very, very difficult to climb, it is really, really steep.

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So first of all, most of

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us have two paths. Then he elaborated on one of these paths, saying that this path is an art. It's really difficult and steep. And it's and it takes a lot of struggle to get up this path. And this router is referring to the good path. But he's saying it's very steep at the beginning. So Allah says,

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He says, but the human being, unfortunately, he made no effort to jump into entry get involved in the steep part, which is an alpha, let's take this word

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comes from the word ham, which basically means to jump into something without giving it any thought. And to put yourself in a lot of lot of labor and work. However, once you jump in it, you cannot jump back up. That's, you know, I'm just giving you like a world experience. Say you maybe you've experienced this in your life, say for example, you wanted to buy a cupboard and install it in your house. So you go to the store and you buy a cupboard. And now you're at home, you're trying to put this puzzle together and install it. And as you're doing this halfway through you, you begin to realize what am I doing this screws? Yeah, there's glue. Yeah, there's little pieces of wood, you

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really get stressed over it and you regret I shouldn't have done this. What kind of difficulty Am I the fact that you're in that position? Now that's it. That is if you jump into something, not thinking about how serious and how tough it's going to be. And then halfway through, you really regret what you put yourself into. And you really understand how much difficulty was involved in this. That's

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so long as the origin says that the human being he didn't jump into, he didn't jump into or he didn't jump right away into the steep range into an alpha. And so the way Allah says it, he says for that, for that.

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So because the word

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is a past tense, then we were expecting to see the word mad for McDonald's. So we're expecting because the word mad, it negates verbs that are in the past. As for the word lead, it negates verbs that are in the present tense. So now when we have a hammer, we need to solve this

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The word lead rarely, in the Arabic language comes with a past tense that didn't come together and

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don't come together.

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But

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there must be some wisdom, some benefit behind this. So why did I say falaka? hamanaka? What's the wisdom? What's the rhetorical benefit behind this? Well Fanuc the hammer when a massive lead, then that necessarily implies that multiple things are being negated, as opposed to the woodsman had a massive for mcdonogh, then that would have referred to only one thing that the human being didn't involve himself in. But

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Allah is saying that the human being, he did not involve himself in many things. So he's teaching us that itself is not one thing. It is many things, which is now going to come in the area when we read,

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our

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team and

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so on, until we get to the end. So when Allah says for that, already, he is what is he doing? He is preparing us to know that aloka is more than one thing that you people should be involved in.

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So we're firstly told that an alcohol isn't just one thing, it's many things. And the other thing that lead implies is that it's a question. It's a diet.

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Meaning it comes in the meaning of lead. In other words, Allah subhanho wa Taala. See, the other meaning falaka hamanaka carries? Is that basically a lie saying, why didn't the human being climb the steep path? Why didn't he jumped into the steep path? You know, why did he choose aloka? Didn't we give him two arms? And didn't we give him a tongue? And then we give him two lips? And then we guide him to the two paths. So why didn't he jump into almost a complaint from a lawsuit?

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So in other words, FedEx carries this meaning of the man.

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Why didn't he climb into the steep path? That we said, a lot of soldier is complaining from the human being? Why didn't he jump into lava, I gave you everything that you possibly needed to climb into lava, but you didn't. So Allah is asking us, he's asking from all of us to jump into an aka to get into involve yourself in this. And he wants us to engage into an alpha. And this is, of course, the struggles and the difficulties of climbing this elevated mountain. So now, he says that this path, and aka he says this is

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this is the path of salvation, it's a path that one will save himself with, there

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is $1 cap.

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What would have given you any clue

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This is going straight.

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So what would have given you any clue

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as to what it is? In other words, I might say, look around and ask around as much as you want. You'll never ever get to know what an alpha is. But because

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you'll give us a clue of what an alpha is. And you'll find this in the Quran.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is sometimes you'll say a dog, sometimes you say you drink and rock means what will what would have given you any clue you did eat means what will give you any clue what is in the past what is in the present tense, but the one in the past which is a dog, anytime you see it in the plan, then that means Allah will give us a clue.

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When

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Allah gave us a clue, later

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that it's better than 1000 months of worship, a Muslim woman

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will give you any clue as to what really is. And then he and he gave us a clue Yo man called Odessa and fellowship. And the day when people will be like is scattered off. That's the Day of Judgment. So now here, he says

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malapa and so Panama is a mercy of Allah, that he says at the look. And that is us, because now we know that a line is going to tell us just exactly what the steep mountain is all about. Well

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Is this aka Boise's mountain referring to this really elevated steep path? What is it? What is it really? And if

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you didn't eat,

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then we would have been very, very worried. Because we would have never known what this path is. A lot of social is telling us involve yourself in this path. If you said one day, what would we have, we would have been given no clue, therefore, we would have been in a serious problem. And so the word unique when it comes in the Quran, Allah never gives a clue. So for example, he says, one thing that he can understand, Cooper Eva, will give you any clue that maybe perhaps the hour is very close. And then he doesn't give us anything about the timing of the hour, and when the hour will happen, and when it will arrive. But he used the word you did. So the fact anytime in the plan we

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see

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which is the past, then he is going to tell us something fun, hungry man. This is a mercy of Allah that He said. And that teaches us that he is going to tell us what this is. this very same thing he wants the human being to be involved in at once is to jump straight into it.

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So what is the steep path? The very first day comes and says

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that's the first aloka

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rescuing someone from slavery,

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freeing asleep. And

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he carried an opinion and it was a unique opinion it was only his and he says that for kurata actually means freeing yourself from slavery of sin by means of making adobo that's the first thing to find. It's your own knifes. Your own desire your own must you must overcome this by means of Toba. That is the beginning step of climbing this Optima is that you free yourself from the slavery of sins by making Toba. But, of course, that wasn't the majority opinion, that is

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to say, in this ayah, which is understandable as well. Of course, if you want to reach the ultimate pleasure of a lot than the very beginning you must do is free yourself from the slavery of sins and repent to Allah subhanho data. And that is difficult for many people. Therefore it's true to say that Allah tala, which is the path, but let me share with you the majority view of

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the world rescue

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has many words in the Arabic language. So this uncommon expect get as many words, but what's different with this word fat cat, for example, the word uncovered, it's used to when you speak about rescuing someone from a fire, or from some danger, like he's drowning, or he's in an accident or something like this. That's the word.

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But the word fatca, then it specifically used to refer to the rescue of a prisoner or a slave. That's what fat cat refers to. So the first act of the Sahaba is to free a slave. And the name of a slave is

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called the slave as a lover, which literally means the back of the neck

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is now in the pool. And you will find many words for a neck, there is what in this sheet, there are no results. But the difference is that

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is the back of the neck, or is the front of the neck or cover is the back. So a lot of us

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he referred to a slave by saying he's a lot about the back of the neck. While that illustrates that there's like a chain around the neck of a person. And the link to this chain is from the front. So if the chain is in the front, and you pull it, what happens the slave moves forward. But if the chain and it's linked is from the back and you pull up, the person chokes. So

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when a slave is referred to as a lacava, in other words, Allah subhanho wa Taala is illustrating the pain of being asleep. That's the pain of being a slave is that he's got a chain around his neck, and if he's pulled this way, but he's got no choice except to move this way. What that also illustrates is if he's told to do something, he's got no other choice except to do it. Otherwise. The only other ways to pull it backwards is he dies. So a lot so when he refers to the slave as a neck as the value

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Have a neck, he is referring is giving us this illustration that slavery is pain in itself.

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So that Curatola and by the way, the word facto, this didn't come in the verbal form. This is actually in the nominal form. It's a noun. What's the difference? When it comes in the nominal form? nouns in the Arabic language, they imply permanency. So when

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you see that, that's the very first step of a lot of A is not just that you commit yourself in your free one sleep. It's

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it's the nominal, therefore it's permanency. So what that means someone who commits himself to freeing slaves is always doing it. But it's not just a one off. No, it's not a one off. It's something that because you commit yourself to freeing the slaves. That is,

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that's the very first thing of this alpha. And so you know, even in early mechon plan, Allah subhanho wa Taala, he called the people to free slaves. And this is a response to those who question, why does Islam endorse slavery? Right? This is a very question. This is something that the Christians, you find that they criticize Islam, how can we slam endorses slavery and slavery and so on, and what a horrible practice they do. There you go, in the very early beginning period of Mecca, a lot of zombies encouraging the humans, to free slaves and to commit themselves to freeing slaves. And that is the very beginning step of reaching to Allah subhanho wa Taala, there is an aka that's

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what

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I want you to be involved in, which is free one slave, but committing to this practice of freeing slaves, and maybe inshallah, tada, when we have the opportunity to make

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the move, we'll see how Islam came. And not I wouldn't say completely abolish slavery. However, most of the forms of slavery was abolished by Islam, and only the just ways of slavery will remain or were kept in Islam, that brings me that topic comes up in the north. But basically, any on this topic, we know that Islam did not abolish slavery completely, you know, because before slavery was all in very unjust manners. So for example, if someone was in debt to you, let's say he can become your slave. Right? If someone was kidnapped, or if someone is in poverty, and you're feeding him, he becomes your slave. But he still came and destroyed all that, because that's unjustice. And the

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human being has the right to live a free man, but be not a slave to anyone. So he abolished all these forms of unjust slavery, right, as opposed to what other countries did, especially the Christians back in their time, and when they conquered the land, and how they practice slavery is abolished all these forms of unjust slavery, and just kept what is just, for example, the prisoners of war, and so on, these are right to keep us asleep. And even then, Islam teaches that you shall deal with this slave, as just as if you are dealing with your own family, by don't overburden them, don't overload them with something they cannot carry, or they cannot do help them. Right, this is a

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hobby

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Diigo

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says that the slaves they are brothers, that allies.

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So whoever has a slave, then let him help him in what he tells him to do. Let him be there with him,

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and him and give him easy commands and so on. That's what he slammed in. And, you know, slavery said, if the slave was to become a Muslim, then you leave you, you free you, right. And Islam also teaches that you ever had a slave a go obviously, under his authority, and he and he gave her a righteous upbringing. And then he freed her and divorced her, he gets twice the reward. So establish very great teachings into this topic slavery. Islam abolished did not abolish slavery completely, only abolished the unjust forms of slavery and remain with the just forms of slavery and insane that it came in told us exactly how to deal with the slave in the most just an upright of manners.

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That must depend on what that is, is only a biofilm in the muscles Saba. The second thing in this aka The first is committing yourself to freeing slaves and freeing yourself from the slavery of sins by repenting

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That's difficult. That's why it's referred to as a laptop. Now, what is the second thing in this?

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It is

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it's giving, feeding, it's feeding, feed, oh man.

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In the previous surah, Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke to us about a horrible behavior that the machico had. And there is what

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you consume, and you eat up the inherited wealth. So now a lot of us are generally saying the medicine to the problem is

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give and feed. And now he's calling them to feed, but not just feed, what is the route to his port and feed him a licensing fee or in vivo

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fee, buddy, as the additional he says, feeding in a day, which is identified with hunger, v masaba.

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Beans hunger, and in an Arabic phrase they say,

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own, that means when a whole nation is hungry, because of femen. So much,

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is basically widespread hunger when everyone is hungry, that's massamba. And so alive is encouraging that a lot of that is that you feed but you don't feed any on any day feed on a day especially that is known to be a day, widespread hunger, when everyone is hungry, when the entire nation is hungry, now rush to that country, brush to that nation, and be involved in feeding these people and helping them. This is Alaska, Allah subhanho wa Taala is calling everyone to involve himself in

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a Wi Fi Omen v master. So have a look.

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Now you understand why this mountain is very steep. Because Firstly, you must commit yourself to freeing slaves. And now Secondly, you have to do this feeding. And on a day that's identified as widespread hunger. And you know, Allah subhanho wa Taala, he says,

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If I am is like,

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so that means it's

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in the Infinity phone. It's not a verb, it's a noun. So there's that mean, and now implies permanency. Therefore, just like the person shall commit himself to freeing slaves, he should also commit himself to feeding, to feeding on a day where everyone is hungry.

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And there is

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calling people to get into. And you notice we've had a line, the previous caller, told us that the disbelievers caused corruption in the civil rights.

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They caused a lot of corruption in the city. So here,

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so he is, is now telling us

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to oppose that corruption by being selfless, and helping the weak and helping the oppressed. And, you know, the most affected by the corruption with the orphans. So a lot of surgeon now brings them in first place, and he says to them,

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but what happened to the team in the previous solar?

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What happened to the team in the previous solar solar division?

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That you did not, you did not honor the offer.

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You did not honor the offer. That was the problem. Now I'm also kind of

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feeding an orphan that possesses closeness. So how do we understand that our partner won't feel me and

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the second thing that a lot of us implies is that you feed on a day where everyone is hungry. And the very first people you feed is the demon

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at an orphan, but not only any often. And often that is described as their metadata. That

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means the processor or

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the processor or close to this, for example, then

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the closeness of course, this field and often that is close to which refers to orphans that are relatives. And that was the case of Polish, even if their own relatives were to be offered. They wouldn't care about them. So Allah says the first people you should look into that orphans are orphans that are in your family, and not only that their mcara also implies orphans.

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There are close to your neighborhood

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that are in close proximity to you. So there are a lot of social is giving preference to which kind of often Shall we feed and take care of that honor. And often that is related to you. And then often that is in close proximity to the old neighborhood, he lives close to you. In other words, it is teaching us that we have to know the orphans in our community. And you ever ask yourself, do I know at least have one orphan that lives around me? is very upsetting to know that the answer is no. And a lot of

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the aka is to get to know these orphans. So you feed them when they're hungry. And your honor them when no one is there to honor them. And you support them and you take care of them, when there is actually no one that asks about them, you know, and we said part of an orphan now is someone that comes into Islam, right, someone that becomes a Muslim, and then his parents abandon him, and then he has nowhere to go, that is also considered an orphan in where you should go and look can take care of you. Not in the literal sense, but in the sense of that everything that applies for an orphan also implies for a Muslim that all for a non believer that comes into STEM, and then everyone

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of his family and his friends abandoning, he literally has nowhere to go. So people like this you should know you should honor you should take care of and follow and make sure everything is going right and correct for it.

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So that's the first people that you should feed. The second Allah Subhana Medina says our miskeen and their matoba. And this is all part of this. This steep hill that Allah wants us to be involved in, will be skin and damage,

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or feeding a needy person that is in misery. Mud lava means literally someone that's overwhelmed and covered with dust, and a lot of storage. He says of miskeen. And what is a scheme? You know, a miskeen is someone who really has a essentials to survive. You know, if you see someone

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and you question yourself, how is this person surviving? Then that's a mystery. If you see someone and you ask yourself that question, that is the miskeen writing. So alive, saying oh mosquito

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means the possessor of dust possessing does. He didn't say that? Well, someone that possesses dust, which is more or less of the form of metadata, metadata, this is known as a courier. In other words, it really shows how overwhelmed this person is with dust. Firstly, it means that this this miskeen, this needy person is homeless, right? Because if he had a home, he wouldn't have been that dusty. But since he has a lot of dust on him, then he is homeless. Also, it implies that this person is going around in search of food. And the more you go around and work, the more yummy you'll be exposed to thus, therefore you will be alone with us. It also referred that this guy's bed is dusty,

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right. And it also refers to that he's dirty, he's bankrupt, that is their metadata. Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying, Look and take care as an orphan or someone that is poor and needy in those qualities. There are other people that are needy, but there are as needy as

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so aloka is to focus on people that are in a very, very, very desperate situation. So have a look in the previous solar

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panel, data speak about me scheme. He said, when asked to have

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a scheme, that was the corruption and that horrible behavior they had in the previous server, that they did not encourage one another to feed the needy.

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The problem wasn't that they didn't feed the needy. That's a problem. But a worse of a problem is that he did not encourage others to feed the needy, right? If you can't do it yourself, at least tell others there's someone needy, they don't feed him. And they didn't do that because the other one will look into it and say that this guy must be stingy. Why is he telling me to free? Why doesn't he do it? So in order to save his reputation, and to keep his reputation predictive in the community, he brought them up feeling arestin jealous, and he'd rather not encourage anyone so as to safeguard his name and his reputation in the community. So Allah subhanho wa Taala. The solution to

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that is that you jump deep into an outcome

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involve that you take care of the orphan that is of close proximity with a user relative to lives close to you, and that you take care of the risky. The pole that is overwhelmed with dust is in a really, really terrible situation. Now what is about teaching us, he's teaching us to be true humanitarian. That is what he's teaching us. That is basically what allows us then this is the kind and this is what a lot of soldier encourages to do these kinds of treatments towards these people in this society that need this help.

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Then he says from Medina alamelu, I'm going to stop right here.

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Also, Canada, this is from McCarran Amina Xena Avenue, then he became one of those who believe.

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So what a lot of socialists teaching, is that if you involve yourself in an aka

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and that is that you commit yourself to freeing slaves, and you commit yourself to freeing yourself from the slavery of sins by repenting to a lot. And then you commit yourself to feeding on a day widespread hunger, and especially a feed the offer and you feed the poor that is in a really terrible situation. He said,

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then he becomes from one of those who truly gained the event. So he's teaching us by being a true human. And taking that steep path of

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one would eventually become a believer. One would eventually become someone who is committed to this, amen. Amen. What else? Oh, sorry, what else? Oh,

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this is awesome. And

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when the next maybe next week, we don't have a listen. So we'll postpone it to the week after, because I have trouble with it. So when I come back, inshallah will continue and will conclude the slot. Basically, the ending of the solar division is telling us what this person has turned into. When he becomes from these qualities What is he turned into, he's turned into levena Avenue, and he's turned into the soul.

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me he tells us that these people

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those are the people that took the right path and there on the far right.

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And then he gives us opposite to them when the Unicode will be

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sold out that this is the other path will lead to inshallah we'll discuss this in fine detail. In our next lesson be as the lead We ask Allah subhana wa Taala to make us people of people who benefit from the reminders of the blood.

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Garland Amina Mohammed, while he was like the man