Abu Bakr Zoud – Tafseer Of Juz Amma – Episode 03 – Surat An-Naba (continued)

Abu Bakr Zoud
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the meaning of Islam and its principles, including sharing kingdoms and rewarding believers. They also touch on the concept of mercy and its connection to the heaven of God. The transcript provides examples and context for various verse phrases and their meaning, including the use of "has" in various English sentences and the importance of considering the real. The conversation also touches on the influence of Allah's words on people's behavior and emotions, including the surah and the importance of sending out emails and regretting one's actions.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Juana and he also be asthma in All praise is due to a loss of Hannah who Mata Allah and made a peace and blessing of Allah be upon his servant and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as follows my dear respected brothers in Islam, salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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sudo to never concluded by Allah subhana wa tada Allah addressing one side of the audience, which is Pauline, with Paulina, my Abba, those that rebel against the laws orogens command, and he speaks to us and elaborates about what their punishment will be, says in Jana mechanicville sada Nepal. Hina levena Baba. So on. Then Allah Subhana Allah, Allah brings our attention to the second audience to the second group that they could possibly be on the Day of Judgment. So there's 14, there's those that rebelled, the ending is in hellfire. And there's the other group, which is in the Pina mirazur, those that have Taqwa within them. And we said that the word clean comes from require, which means

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to protect. So it just doesn't only mean those that fear Allah will have success. And not the pain means those that fear Allah Subhana Allah, and as a result of the fee, they protect themselves from the Hellfire, and from the punishment of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that's by performing the good actions. And we said, this word comes beautifully in the context of the surah. Because at the beginning of loss of Hana, what Allah, he mentions the Day of Judgment, he describes it using the word another. And we said, another is different to cover. Meaning that another is a type of news of a great news that demands action from you. So in other words, you he there's a fire in the building,

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you have to move out of the building, do something. So when you heed the warnings that have come now, about this day, at the end, it's supposed to do something with you so much so that now you'll move to action. You'll feel translated now to action. So Allah subhanho wa Taala praises those people. And that's why the word is used, as opposed to saying in the meaning Mr. Fraser or muslimeen, and so on.

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And then our law says that for them, he promises Mufasa we said Mufasa It is a place and time of success. And by it being a time of success means Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us to be patient, be patient, work for this paradise in this world.

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And the time of success is coming. time where you enter agenda is coming. And it is also a place of success. How does the law describe this place? The versus continuous has had a power never had if we said this is the plural of a Habiba, which is a park. And really when you think of a park you think of something public that shared with the community. However, these had a, this is something special, they gardens that are closed off with tall fences, and they private and not one Park, not one garden, many gardens or muscle panel with Allah gives the inhabitants of the Paradise is just had a call. Never once you felt this comfort, and you've walked into your kingdom. Now you want to taste

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something from your kingdom, after you've had the pleasure since you want to have a pleasure is taste. So Allah says, Well, I never and why does Allah Subhana Allah mentioned the grape, this fruit as opposed to all the other fruits, we said that are never the grape. It's a food and a drink at the same time, it's two in one. So the grape you'll find that almost 70 or 80% of it is already water. So the idea of food and drink the idea of two in one is given this is an extra bonus from a loss of Hannah data. So now you felt this pleasure, a sense of being in your heyday of being in your private gardens, and now you've tasted from it and you've seen your kingdom. Now you feel the urge of

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sharing this kingdom with someone you know just like in this world, if you were to work and work and work and you've saved up so much money and you've bought a house and you've bought a car, you find the urge of getting married. You find the need of getting married to share this with someone. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says walk away

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and we said go on is the plural of carrot, which is a young gorgeous looking woman. So Allah subhana wa Tada. He allows you to

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Share your kingdom with basically a golden age. And what adds to the enjoyment is that they're adorable. They have compatible ages. Not not older than you not younger than you. This is compatible equal perfect age. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says we'll get some help up. Now obviously after you're sitting with your with your wife in paradise with a golden aim and you know when you're intergender you're not like oh man, we're starving. What are we going to eat? We've been already 50,000 us standing outside in the punishment. No, once you enter gender, there is no such thing as hunger and you need this the urge of going to the toilet to relieve yourself and so on. No, it

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totally enjoyment upon the enjoyment. So Allah subhanho wa Taala further depicts the enjoyment of the people of paradise. He says now when they're with their hold on aim, they have got some they have got a which is literally a glass full of one full to the brim. That's how that's that's got son and they have come in sparkling, you know, splashing colors, exotic drinks to have. So this just adds to the enjoyment because when you go out with your friend, you know, let's go have a drink. You're not really hungry, you just want to go enjoy, we'll probably have some time to hang out. So this is the ID that's given here.

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And now, you know in this world, if you drink wine, what happens? You become intoxicated. You lose your mind. You become you speak useless comments, senseless comments, foul language you like. But Allah says last my own if you have not one Winnick is ever giving us the idea that this wine you drink, it doesn't result in you uttering level, you won't be speaking senseless commas, you won't, you won't lose the plot, you won't become drunk, and at the same time, you won't lie. So you will not hear this from anyone and he will not come out from you.

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Let us now own a few high level on what is DevOps. This is in the context of how Allah Subhana Allah depicts to us or depicts for us the enjoyment of the people of paradise. Now in the context of the whole surah Why are these two things mentioned specifically Lao and Kizomba? You know, we learn at the beginning of the surah Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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He speaks about the disbelievers, he tells us

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that they are engaged in level, right, they're speaking in regards to the hereafter and the only senseless comment, you know, living on female telephone. How is this going to happen? I don't believe it will happen even if it happens, then we'll all end up in gender. Or if we get it in the angels will intercede for us and we'll go in. So they have all this level that's happening. So Allah subhanaw taala says Be patient unbelievers. Don't worry. They are patient with these comments. They're gonna keep coming your way. But in the paradise, there is none of this nonsense. You weren't at this level. And Allah subhana wa tada says is solid la Milan. What at this man laminal levina o

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takita. Berman publikum Amina la Vina. ashampoo tefera, sir, certainly, indeed, you will hear from those that have disbelieved. And from the people of the book, you'll hear a lot of nonsense as an Kafeel a lot of painful speech. And also panatela tells us very patience. That's the only way you could you could get out of it. But on the Day of Judgment, Allah gives us a reward, that we're not tortured with hearing anything like this. This is level and at the same time, they do not hear any kids ever. You know,

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we hickeys ever in the media, about Islam, about Muslims about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and these are really painful things to hear. So Allah Subhana Allah, Allah says in the paradise, you won't be tortured with these things. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, just a milotic

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This is a reward from your Lord.

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But further confirm

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a few verses before Allah says yes and we felt

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and we said we felt our means exact. What Allah gave the disbelievers was equal exact amount of punishment for what they deserve. Nothing more, nothing less. But when it comes to the believer side, Allah says just a melodic he doesn't say we Falco. In other words, what we're learning is what a loss of Anahata Allah gives an Motoki in the people of the paradise, he gives them more than they deserve.

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And this is a mercy from Allah Subhana what Allah upon them and he says Mel Robbins.

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And this man, Bob big, when you hear the word lob, it gives a sense of mercy anyway. Because a lot means the monster, the one that takes care of you, the one that nourishes you, the one that gives you sustenance. This is a Rob now or what Bill Melaka said almora being gives the sense of mercy. So Amar uses this word, he doesn't say Joseph Ameen Allah is used as a beacon of love. When this word is used, it depicts more mersive, In the name of Allah.

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So Allah is saying this reward that he's giving, is because he is a bob, he takes care of you. So he'll give you and he'll give you How much will he give you so much so that also a another meaning of mercy is depicted by saying Jessica and Rebecca, from your Lord of habits allamani, your seller, so it brings him even more closer to Allah Subhana Allah, what I'm giving you is something coming special from me, middle of beaker,

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he says alpha and what does he give, he gives a gift, a grant, something that perhaps we don't even deserve. It's from a loss of annata. ARPA, just like in that ARPANET and comes up. We've given you we've granted you with gifted.

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So unlike gifts to the believers,

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and how much you want to know how much it's captured at the end of the world, at the end of this, as Allah says, he said, and we said, he said, but the Arabs would say,

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I 70 I sub i sub to Sudan and sub to Sudan means I've given him so much, and kept giving him and giving him until it reached the point where he said enough I can't have anymore. This is how much I must have handled what Allah gives the believers. And there is just a very nice meeting that I came across last night for the word he server which I'd like to share with you. And he says a number about on caffeine, it's a sufficient grant and a gift that a lot of gifts, yet definitely be here for hibou that your your suffice with this, this is enough for you while I am in the v

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and this he said a federal law gives you so much so that if you were to see your neighbor in gender, he has something you don't even wish for.

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You don't even wish for what he has. He says fella he lives in a home. There is no jealousy in between them. Or amongst them. You know for example, you see your friend he's got this car and you have this old car or something like this something gets into the heart. Allah says no, no, he gives them a server. And this he said about all these meanings are included fellow developer, you know, there is no jealousy amongst one another in what Allah has given everyone. Belkin the min homie Apollo has been, every single one of them would say enough, what I have is plenty, I can't have any more

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narrow this is where we stopped will continue. Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah says,

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Allah similarity one of the one of a nomad

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now to connect them all because we said that the Quran is all flowing a, a flowing discourse. So unless is obvious similarity, one of the one of a number. Now you notice the word or be, there's a cursor at the end of the bat.

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And before this verse, we read just a mirror be your beacon. So the bat also had a customer. So when the losses of the similarity, one of the one that they never met, this part of the verse is an adjective. It's describing that same mob that gave and gave. So what's been said in the verse is that, that same Lord, that gave the believer so much, he's also the same Lord of the heavens, in the earth and everything in between them. Because if you came to doubt and said, Man who owns so much kingdom, that I can give people to the extent that they say enough. So Allah describes himself as he owns the heavens and the earth and everything in between. Don't worry, he owns all this, then

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obviously, he could give each and every single person until they're satisfied until they say no more. I've had enough of goodness.

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There are lots of heaven what Allah says, will be similar to a lot of the

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out of many, again, many days I guess law. So discuss law will always also indicate that it's an adjective. So who's

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This Lord, that gives so much so, He is the Lord of the heavens and the earth and whatever is in between them. And he is also described as being a wise man he, meaning the exceedingly merciful.

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Now a couple of things to point out on this word about money in the context

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of this disease, the difference between a black man and our him.

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Now, you find that this incident affected, for example, less than a white man, what's the difference between Ottawa man and Ottawa him, if both mean the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala?

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Well, man, with any news at the end, it depicts three things. The first is that there's the mercy of Allah is in excess.

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It's abundant is perfused, its enormous.

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The second meaning it depicts is that it's immediate. As we're speaking right now, Allah Subhana, Allah has mercy is being executed. And it also has the meaning of something being temporary. Now, you'll only appreciate what I said, if you understand an example.

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And I think I've shared this before here, but I'll just repeat it. If you're thirsty. What do you refer to yourself as an Arabic? What would you say? An hour? An hour? Can you say, I'm thirsty.

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Now, notice, you said I'll Chad, and if known at the end. Similarly, if you're hungry, you'll say Anna, Jo Ann, and if known at the end, and if you're asleep, you'll say no, not sad. And if noon at the end and so on. Now, when you say no, Chen, I'm thirsty. Now you only say this if you're extremely, extremely thirsty.

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So, man, it also ends with Elif noon, it means a lot of mercy is extreme. It's in excess. Now, the second thing when you say an hour, Chen, you only say when you're right now,

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you won't drink a cup of water and say on our chair, when you're thirsty, we'll say it. So it's immediate, it comes out of your mouth immediately when you're thirsty. So, man, ending with Elif noon, also means that Allah Subhana, Allah has mercy is immediate. It's happening right now as we speak.

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Every mercy you see that between the creation

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is from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Between you and your, your wife, between you and your children, between you and your boss, or you and your worker, between you and an animal, between animals. Every mercy that's happening is from this one mercy, a lot placed in this earth. We know a loss of habitat, I'm at the mercy 100. And he placed one in this earth, and every single mercy that shed

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across creation, that is from the one Mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's under the name or watchmen.

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And also we said it gives the depicts the meaning of something being temporary. You know, when you're on chain?

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What do you have to do in order not to be our chair, you drink water.

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And once you've drank and water, now you're not a child anymore. Similarly,

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when you disobey a law,

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the name of the man is away from him. He's not mad on you anymore.

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Once you repent, and you come back onto the straight path, then his dilemma is back down on me. Same thing you drink water, you're not oxygen anymore up until you become our chairman again, you'll say this word again. So this is the concept of our Walkman. It's different unlike our him ends with yet named

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the nouns that end with yet meme in the Arabic language.

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They mean something. It is an adjective. It's a describing word. But it doesn't mean it's happening right now. So for example, I say this brother here is getting notice yet meme at the end. It means what? generous, he could be generous. That's a quality of him. But he is not being generous right now. He's just sitting and paying attention. There is no generosity. You don't see it right now. You know, someone is described as Helene. You know, he's patient.

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He's sitting right now how do I know these patients? I haven't tested it yet. But that's a quality of his, it will only become apparent when he is in a situation that requires patience. So now by saying Allah, him

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means a loss of Hannah, who at the end is 99 mercy. It's depicting a loss 99 mercy. Now we know Allah is our him. But this special type of Rahim, we're not seeing it right now. We don't see it. Now when do we see it on the day of judgment? And it is only especially for the believers. What can I believe me, Nina rahima.

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There is only special for the believers on the Day of Judgment. So Allah man gives the meaning of the one mercy Allah placed in this earth. That's for everyone to shape the character he drinks water, that's because the lines are meant on it.

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But the 99 that Allah has stored for the day of judgment that goes under the name of our him, and that's special for the believers only. So now going back to the context of the verse, why does Allah subhanho wa Taala describe himself or men in this verse, and you know, the verses before about the punishment, they're really severe. So if it's anything, Allah Subhana, Allah to Allah, he has 99 names. A tougher name should have been used, you know, so what's the wisdom behind saying, man? Well, just as I told you at the beginning of the series, at the beginning of these lectures, sometimes you have to put your position your feet in the disbelievers shoes, you have to think from

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the other side.

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So now, Allah Subhana Allah, Allah says, our man, he describes himself as a man because from a disbeliever side

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the machines that are listening to these verses

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and now they've heard a sci fi warning and a strong warning in the surah

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you know, in the omen for sleek enemy of

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Indiana cannot Masada

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This is intense. This is Sophie. So the gaffer might lose her and say, oh, probably this is what, that's what I'm returning to. So in order not for him to lose her. A lot uses his name out of black men here. That Don't worry, you could still earn this in London mattina Mufasa. He could own his hair, a car or another walk away but

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it's not like you're still here. So Allah uses the name of a man to shed some hope and some light from the disbelievers sight.

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Then Allah subhanahu Wata, Allah concludes this verse. He says, larium Nicola minooka Baba. On that day, they will have no authority, no ability, no power whatsoever to address a loss of Hannah Hua, Diana, to speak to Allah to even open a case with Allah subhanho wa Taala. This is for the disbelievers. Allah is saying they'll come on the day of judgment and they will have no ability to even open their mouth and speak a word. Lamb licona Minho, Papa.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, yo, Mayor pomo mela, eager to suffer on that very same day

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of war,

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which by his man, almost by unanimous agreement, or Roy is referring to zebrina his salad over there are many other things, but what's agreed upon? And what's the majority of the view it's that it's our men is gibreel Allah is Allah. Allah is saying to us,

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that God and the angels will be standing in rows before Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Yo man como Rosa Malaika to suffer. What's their situation? Letter qalamoun lm and Avi Nana, man,

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none shall speak except the exceedingly merciful allows. Now to understand the connection between this verse and the one before

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you know the ending verse was lamely cool. I mean, who who Baba? Allah is telling us that the disbelievers on the Day of Judgment, have no ability whatsoever to even open their mouth and utter a single word.

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Now you know that this belief is at the beginning, how unliving home fi works telephone, everyone had his own theory about the day of gentlemen. And one of the theories was the or if there's a day of judgment, if we come out of their graves, then you know what, the angels will intercede for us, though slipping to three good words for us.

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And will be saved and rescued. Now what is a lot same?

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Those same angels that you thought could intercede for you. They're not allowed to speak

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later can the moon

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they will not be able or allowed to speak in lemon avina Hawaiian man except who the exceedingly merciful allows.

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And if Allah allowed an angel to speak, and we speak in either the leader of the angels jabril is here. He can even help you. He can't even open his mouth, except for like, give him permission. And if someone gave an angel permission to speak, what is he going to speak? What color so he only speak what's true and upright. But no notice something.

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Later can lemuel

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lay Emily cool. Yo, Mayor *, all these verbs.

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I want a prison sentence. Now they move on at fair Mubarak. Then he says what color for weather.

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And corn is fed Mobley, a past tense. Now I'll give you the understanding between this. When a present tense comes in the end. It refers to something that's prolonged, something consistent, something that's long, that's happening over and over. And when a past tense comes in the poor and it is talking about something that's short and brief. You know something that doesn't always happen. I'll give you an example from somewhere else. So you can appreciate this. In solid the Nisa Allah subhanho wa Taala says mama can only move meaning if to remove meaning Illa hapa woman Katana min and hapa woman Tottenham Milan hapa and the verse after he says woman young, Minamata Amida. Now

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when Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke about an accidental killing. He used the past now the past verb

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tatata movement in the past, and when he spoke about intentional killing, he used the prison when they used to remove Minamata Amida. You know why? Because if you intentionally kill someone, that means you're going to keep killing, you're always going to keep killing. So he used the present tense, which speaks about something that's happening consistently. But when a lot uses the past tense, it's talking about something that's brief and short. It doesn't mean necessarily that it continues. So he says on Katana, min and hopper if you accidentally kill someone, and he used the past, now if you kill someone accidentally,

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it doesn't mean that you're going to keep killing someone accidentally. It's just by accident, never do it again. You know, so he uses the past verb. So now back in the context of these verses.

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Allah Subhana what Allah He said in the in the present tense, later can the moon for a long time that will not be able to speak lamely called amino Hippo but for a long time, they won't have ability to speak. Y'all may have formal role for a long time the angels and abroad will be standing in rows.

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But when he speaks walk on us However, in other words, when Allah gives the angels permission to speak,

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by the word on, which is a past tense, it refers that the speaking will be brief, and show so much so that some of the real amount would say what bonus or other means. He says like him a lot. He gets enough that from either Wakanda forever Is that a lot? That's how brief and short the angels speak. So what kind of intercession is he going to do for the disbeliever? That now he's on the theory of the angels wanting to see

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the angel doesn't even have ability to speak? He silence.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, There we can do will have? Indeed, certainly Verily, that is the ultimate truth, that they is the ultimate truth.

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What does this mean? It means that what we're living in now is not as real as that life.

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That's why Allah Subhana Dionysus and saltan Anka booth. Were in the devil Alfie Rotella here.

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Certainly the afterlife. That's the real life right there. Right he you're not in your real life. And that's why I'm Muslim Hana data says in Surah tell Frasier

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about men and how he screams out on the Day of Judgment. He says you have told

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them to

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herati I wish I had sent some good actions for my life. He doesn't say yeah, lengthen it cut them to fit it. I wish I had sent some good dates during my life. Now he says, I wish I had sent something good for my life the real life that's coming ahead, not during, because what you're living in now is not even considered the life

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the real life is there. So what law says then he can do more? That's the real life there. Because compare this to this What is it? lesbian Bethel Elashi at an oboe. Haha. It's just like, you know from when you know what are she? This is sort of the nazjatar will come with us inshallah no future classes. But as yet an oboe, haha.

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You know, when the sun starts setting,

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from the moment it starts moving till the moment it sets, that's

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that's what life is compared to the hereafter.

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So it's really nothing. How do you waste it? You know? And then how do you come up with a theory that there is not a day of judgment for Allah subhanaw taala says that he can do more than

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one law he, my dear brothers, today.

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You close your eyes, you open your eyes to the same thing every day. You know, you see your wife, you close your eyes, you open your eyes, you see your wife, you see your children, you see your work, you see your car. Next day, same thing. Third day, same thing and you move on in life and maybe always see the same thing.

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One day is going to come very soon, you close your eyes. And the next time you've opened it is in front of a loss of data or data.

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So how do you lose the time that Allah subhanahu Wata Allah has given me in this world, this is barely can help. What you're living in is not even real. what's real is to come. That's

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the truth, the ultimate truth.

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Then Allah subhana wa tada says, I'm going to shut

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up my Abba, whosoever will.

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Then let him take a path that leads him to a muscle pattern with the island. Now this word ever came before. And when it came before he spoke about those that rebelled against the loss of Hannah Montana, he says lip balm Tina ever, when Allah used the word mouth ever before, he mentioned about jahannam being murdered. Now he's speaking about a different matter, but he's speaking about a path you should be taking in this world from and share whoever wills and by a law saying from and share.

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It just solidifies the verse in sort of the baton over Allah subhanho wa Taala says, law.

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There is no compulsion in religion. Allah says femen share whoever wills it does it and it does have the means to hold on firmly, tightly, strongly, to a path that leads you to love. So if you don't find a path that leads you to a line in this life,

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then your final return will be in Jana. lipo in America, that's where my Arabic came at the beginning. So you better have this matter in this world, which is to hold strongly until a rope that takes you closer to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah.

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Now Allah says from whoever wills, however, if someone doesn't,

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like the Kufa like those that disobey Allah subhanho wa Taala that are willing to take a path. They don't want to hold a puff to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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What's the solution? Allah says in devil nicoma devil karela you don't want to take a path, then we have one year of a very close date of a very close punishment. That's for those that don't wish to hold on to a path

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to hold on to the correct teachings of Islam, to hold on to good actions to let go of the bad sins. If you don't know for this, then Allah has set in under nakooma, Devon Korea kariba.

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Very sweet,

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who have won do have a close punishment. Now the verse could have been

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either without in so why does India count? You know why? Because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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he's the one that reciting the Quran and giving the warnings

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the disbelievers

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Then I believe this is a last word. They think this is the province on the mahalo sunlamps word. So Allah comes now. And he says Nana, it's not him in there, it's way. He's just the means he's a messenger delivering the message. But this punishment, this warning is coming from in there from, from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he adds the word in.

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And that brings closer severity, closer warning in the context of the verses. It is we not the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we have warned you're very close punishment.

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Allah says in gnomeo obey that. They see it very far. When

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Allah sees it very close, we see the punishment, we see Day of Judgment very, very close. But they see it really, really far. And when you are indulged in this life, and when you have your life set out, and you're living in full luxury,

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all you're thinking is then what death is going to take this all away from me, what kills your luxury, what kills your pleasure in this life, is thinking of the fact that there's death.

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And that's why part of the enjoyment

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in the paradise alone adds one fee, Holly dude, they'll last they're in forever. He adds this forever. Because it's something in this world that destroys our luxury. The fact that we think that there's an end, it destroys any pleasure or in whatever you're doing yourself that there's this coming this this coming this that whatever your plan in the future is, especially if it's a long term plan. So part of the enjoyment, how a lot further further adds that enjoyment to the paradise. He says, won't fear Holly Don't, don't worry, they will last forever. That's not a problem for you, you can enjoy as much as you want.

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In America, and Caribbean,

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it's a very close warning.

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Yo may have fallen in love America demetria there on that very same day,

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men and more

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will see that we cheese hand sent forward. Malka, Timothy Adair. What does this expression mean? What your hand sent forward?

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You know, most of our actions are done by our head. Most of our actions, whether you do good or whether you do bad,

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it is all recorded. The good is recorded on your right. The bad is recorded on your left. Everything you do in this world.

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You send it forward. It's recorded and it's pushed forward.

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It's similar to the concept of sending an email, you know, your friend sends you an email, you press forward. You forward the attachment. You can retrieve it, it's gone. It's finished the Tic Tac Toe control.

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That's the same idea here. What you do today, intentionally or unintentionally is set forward. It's gone.

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If you repent from it here and a lot except your repentance, you will not ask about it. You don't repair. You don't bother to repent. You die on that same you're gonna find that right there. It will be displayed in front of you.

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From a young man Miss color the rotten hire a young woman a young man Miss Carla, Sharon, Yahoo. You see? What are you my dear brothers? There are some things you have done in your life. you're ashamed of yourself just to sit with the wall and speak these things.

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How about now watching this in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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yo male model normal maca. Devotee there. You see everything.

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Everything you did, intentionally and unintentionally. You know what something you do unintentionally. You brief your breath. You take one breath that recorded the chin forward. It's archive de omo gamma. When you get there, you'll see it. You sleep that bed you lose lifting right unintentionally. That's recorded, it's sent forward. you blink your eye that's recorded sent forward.

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But at the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He only judges you

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For what you do intentionally

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what we'll see at cologne FC mamilla.

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And Iman is different to Ferran. Amal is something you do intentionally. Farrell is Something You Do, intentionally and unintentionally. But Allah says on that day, he'll account everyone. Now, I mean, what they did intentionally? Well who are our level? Bhima not Yeah, I'm alone. Yeah, follow. He knows what you do intentionally and unintentionally. That's the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Yo, man, Vollmer. omaka demetria there.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says,

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Yo, man, vooral not oh my god dammit Yoda, way a poodle care Pharaoh, LA, Tony can

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weigh a poodle cafe. Again, this is a prison verb, meaning what is it indicating a prolonged time? So the careful on that day? He will keep saying this over and over. What does he say? Yeah, LA, de

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la Tony. What does this mean? He'll be signing in screaming for a very long time.

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It's Yeah, later. It's like he's saying destruction has been fallen upon rain has fallen upon me.

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And what does he wish for? He says yeah, later he come to Toronto. If only if only, I had been reduced to nothing but dust.

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Before the day, before the Day of Resurrection, the gaffer is walking around arrogant, thinking there's no setup in the home

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server. But on that day, he wishes his dust

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who becomes dust on the on the piano.

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Animals. He wishes he could become like an animal.

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And, you know, in, in culture, I think this is across all cultures. This is something associated with humiliation.

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To put dust on someone, or to kick dust in someone's face,

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is actually an expression of humiliating someone.

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Now on the Day of Judgment, before Allah subhanho wa Taala these arrogant disbelievers they're wishing they were this humiliated dust.

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You're in this world now. You can rectify. You can change. You can if

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you have the time right now.

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Allah is telling you if you do not take this math ever, you're going to regret later. You're going to say later.

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You know, for example, if you if you have someone you look up to a mentor, or your boss or your father, whatever it is, and you come in, show him of a new business plan you have.

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And because he's your mentor, you take everything from him. He tells you you know what this business plan of yours it doesn't look right. It's better not to do it. Otherwise, you're gonna regret later on, you'll take his advice. What is our loss of subhanho wa Taala, your Creator is telling you that what you're working on right now your business plan in your life, you're going to regret it later on.

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You're going to say you're late and he can

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change it.

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ever change your plan, take a plan, take a pathway that leads you to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And now, just concluding the solar.

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And at the beginning, I told you that I'll share with you one of the main important things in this series was to share with you the cohesion, the correlation between the SWOT, how it's all one cause, how it is all one unified subject, how it correlates, how it how it's

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connected and linked, the beginning and the end. So Allah subhanho wa Taala. At the beginning, he says I may have to set alone. He's speaking about people that are adamant, that are arrogant, in total disregard of the hereafter running their mouth every day. You know what telephone, we said it's a nominal sentence, meaning that it's consistent, permanent, always always always running them out.

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And just talking nonsense about the hereafter. That's the beginning of the surah. At the end, what does Allah say?

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Lay em lacuna. Minwoo. Father, now please silence. Run your mouth now. That's the beginning. The end is telling us that their mouth will be silenced lamb licona mean hookipa that's one connection. Another connection. Allah subhanho wa Taala says and loving him feed him telefoon remember the disbelievers? Everyone has his own theory. They're all in disagreement. Even those that have their own theory, they're not even convinced about what they say.

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That's at the beginning at the end, but doesn't last a walk on. So whether it is normal disagreement, one true upright word will be said. That's it. That's another connection between the beginning and the end of the soul. And one more Allah subhana wa tada warns about the consequences.

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He warns them about the consequences of their speech can last a mood can last McCullough say Allah mood? You soon very soon find out.

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But they didn't. They didn't want to follow they didn't want to listen. So as a consequence, as a result, what happens at the end? Yeah, later on. That's the very same thing a lot warn them about look better take a look. Because

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otherwise at the end, what are you going to say? Yeah, let me come to Toronto. So you see the connection between the beginning of the sewer and the end of the soul

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will begin in sha Allah tala with sort of the NASDAQ. This is a really interesting surah the way Allah subhanho wa Taala presents the subject of the solar is amazing. So the solar the NASDAQ for the very least we'll say it's a solar McKeon.

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Again, when we say the soldier is a mucky surah we mean that it was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before his vision. So that means the main audience of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at that time, who is the machine called the disbelievers, the pagan Arabs.

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And always you find in the sordid makiya, there are two issues that are highlighted and addressed. The issue of it the hate and issue of the issue of the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Why because this for me, is relevant to the disbelievers. And they deny the oneness of Allah, that our worship Allah.

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So Allah addresses in the sword and makiya his oneness, so he can bring them closer to his oneness. That's something relevant. And another problem in a sickness in a disease they carry is that they reject that bath, the Day of Resurrection, the day of judgment. So again, you find in the soil and macchia that Allah subhanho wa Taala addresses the issue of a lack of resurrection now

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so we'll find this manifest we'll find this at large in the solar is sort of the NASDAQ. Now before we can move on how the sort of the never connect to solar, the NASDAQ, just like we connected sort of the Mosel app to sort of the Nether. Now we want to connect sort of the neighbor with a NASDAQ. So what lots of Hannah who attended, he mentioned in sort of another scenario, man, firstly, the day of separation.

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And he concluded the soul by saying, yo man, como Roy, the day, the angel, the angels, and God will be standing there you can yomo that day. Yo man vooral that day, till about the day the day that they come to sort of the NASDAQ the six verse.

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Yamato for rajiva for the day.

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Yo, moto

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kulu boy, yo man, again, the word Yo, that day, boo boo Yo man.

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So, the concept the idea of the dairy the dairy is being mentioned again in salted mazzei. Now they'll become of some detail about this day.

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The beginning of the surah

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we find that it begins with a series of oats when nazjatar you know that's an oath. Allah Subhana Allah is swearing by something.

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And this is a whole topic on its own, that needs to be studied. And there is an observable physical and

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the earth in the end, and how amazing this is, and shall matana this could probably be the precursor for our next lesson to show a lot.

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We need to speak about

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Earth's in three senses, how Earths are used in general, in today's speech, how we use it amongst each other, how Earths were used in the old Arabic in the Arab style, even before the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam. And how Earths are used in the Quran, then you appreciate it. So generally when we speak how it's used.

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If you're angry and you want to threaten someone, you'll make another few sweat. You know, one more here, if you don't do this, I all Do not worry if you don't stop talking. I'll do this too. When you're angry when you want to threaten someone will not stop calling me otherwise, when you say well, money

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to threaten someone. Again, we use it today.

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If someone doesn't believe us as a testimony,

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I was at the masjid last night. No, you.

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He just he didn't believe you. So you say well, law, he also in the courts as a testimonial, you say? Well, you need to before the court, especially in an Islamic court, you know, you have to testify, you have to say well, you have to swear

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this is generally that's how it's used. Now the old Arabic the old in the Arab style, they used to use the oath.

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And the main purpose of using an earth was to grab your attention.

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And they used to use

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an object in the earth, meaning they used to take the oath by something. So for example, they'll say worships, you know, they'll take an oath by something. And when he says this, he's grabbed your attention?

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Because he says, What shall

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I swear by the sun? What does this guy have to offer? He's probably got something very important to say. So he's already grabbed your attention.

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Now in the Quran, what's special about the oath is that Allah subhanho wa Taala does take an oath by an object. We know that in our religion, the prophet science teaches us that it should to take an oath by an object except Allah subhanho wa Taala you're allowed to take the oath by an Allah by Allah subhanaw taala. But you're not allowed to take an oath put on once by by illustration. You're not allowed to say, oh, allow So, you know, you're not allowed to say we're Shamsi. And this is the creation of a man he's allowed to do that. So what we find really interesting about the oats in Nepal and

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is that when Allah Subhana Horta, Allah takes an oath in the Quran, he uses an object

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and then he speaks about a Luke somani which is what he has to offer what he wants to say. But amazingly you find that there's a correlation there's a connection between the object he uses and the subject

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just a very small example you know for example losses what Timmy was a tool for receiving wires and Paladin I mean nacala can only send a few out send it away.

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Among swears takes an oath by a team, the feet and as a tool olives, what are you singing and the mountain have seen? What hasn't been added? I mean, and the by the sacred and secure land?

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And then he says, indeed, certainly,

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we have created man in best of fashion.

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What does the team and feel and the mountain and and banner that I mean have to do with perfection of creation?

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You see, because a team it is a fake, but it's alluding to the Prophet nor Holly.

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Because he's Ark landed at God, which is now like somewhere near Turkey. And the area right now is known for a lot of fig trees. So when Allah says what theme, it's alluding to the Prophet Muhammad He said it was a tune. Hasani Salaam comes back to Palestine.

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And Palestine is known naturally the best olives that's where the best Olive is found. So by Allah saying was a tune, it's alluding to her. Lisa Lisa. What do you see Nene and the mountain of CV? This is with this musala is Sam Allah spoken addressed mu sound that mountain will have an ability I mean, who's been alluded to by ability I mean,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wells and Ibrahim birth center Look at this. How is the law

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going to convince you

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He created men in the best of fashion.

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He took an Earth. by five things about four things that alluded to odorless we may not resort to the five noble prophets. You want to know how Allah created married best of fashion. Read the history. Read New Hollywood celebs history and asialink incentive. And Moosa and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam enable him and you will find how la lachemann in Santa Thea Sangeeta. So in other words are used in the plan. And the object that allows users

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you find it very, very connected to the subject that he speaks it up.

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inshallah Allah will save the talk for next week. We'll explore the meanings of one nazjatar

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will speak about the discussion that happens with one nazjatar Hong Kong, and who is it referring to? And when you read one nazjatar local and national party national survey, Hardison have several parties Of course,

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you realize that there is no subject

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the reason our subject is removed. You know, just like there we said lack of color cannon is said that's the subject. He's a reasonable subject. So we'll speak in sha Allah about the rhetorical benefits of removing the subject, but also will speak about how the oaths that Allah had taken in the sort of how they sort of had a lot how they connect with the passage, the the flow in context of the sort of amazing really amazing things that are loss of Hannah what the Ella nanny reveals to us. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us from people of the Quran to make us of people who reflect upon the lessons and reminders of the Quran in Delhi Kolkata Valley Allahu wa Sallim wa barik ala

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nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi as mine

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