Tafseer Of Juz Amma – Episode 05 – Surat An-Naaziaat (continued)

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The concept of "overruled" is discussed, with speakers emphasizing the importance of protecting one's values and having their own opinions to avoid confusion. The use of the present tense in Arabic language is also discussed, with a focus on the history of the Prophet sallseral alayhi wa sallam and the importance of consistency in speech. A sexual encounter between two women is also mentioned, with one identified as Speaker 1 and the other as Speaker 2. The conversation appears to be unrelated to the main topic.

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim hamdulillah have been alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah He will be here

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or praise and thanks belongs to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and may the 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, as salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And last week, we discussed holy Diana

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opoku to Allah boo boo Yama even worse.

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Hahaha. And we said that sometimes a loss of Hannah Houma de la, he depicts the terror of that day, right, by mentioning events that are going to occur on that day. So he'll speak about the sun, and what will happen to the sun, about the moon, and what will happen to the moon, about the stars and how they'll drop from where they are about the sky and hell terror about the earth and what will happen with the earth, and the mountains, what will happen with the mountains. And if that's not scary enough, then there's another stone which almost all petrodollar uses, and that is by depicting the terror that's on the faces of the people that see what's happening. So it says boo boo Yama, if

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it was if, if over sarens in these great events that are going to occur on that date. Didn't

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terrify you there, let me tell you about your reaction how it will be. So Allah says obioma, even Where's eufa kulu born some hearts. Because if it was alpha loop, if it was the URL, which is the definite article, it would have meant all the hearts rather than a loss of Hannah dialysis balloon. That's called the neck era, which is the indifferent article. And simply what that means is that it's referring to a group. So when you say some hearts, you're already given the idea of their other hearts that don't have this worship this fi in them. That's blue Boone and that and when that comes on that that at the end the to Lama, it indicates and refers to something that's great. So Allah

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Subhana, Allah is telling us that this group, some of them, but they many in number, a lot of these people, their heart yoma, even, especially on that day, why is it important to say especially, because maybe today, there is no fee, and that's the case the disbeliever has no fee today, but especially on that day, there will be a fee yoma even Where's Ufa. We said Where's UVA, is a type of fee that is used for an animal. So you slap the animal that Arab he used to say what you have to hide, it slapped the horse or the camel so on. And he'd run away out of fear out of terror. And so that is Elijah. So, in other words, when he uses this word, he's humiliating, the disbelievers is

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saying they're going to have the fear of an animal Palooza, yoma even wears Ufa. And another thing we shared with was UVA, we said that it's a smear, it's a noun. And it refers to something that's consistent. And we gave the example of, you know, if you feel something now, your heart may may be pounding, you might feed. But as time goes by your heart settles goes back to its normal rhythm. But when you find because it's a noun, it's indicating to something consistent. So what a lot of Xhosa is saying, that the heart is pounding out of fee, so much so that it doesn't rest. It's when she fights consistent. It keeps going forever. After seeing the terrorist of that day, boo boo neoma.

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Even worse, you

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don't have her Sha, Allah says that the visions

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are not absorbed with whom their vision they are

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absorbed or had, meaning the vision of the heart. And so this, this was a profound lesson that Allah Subhana Allah teaches, and that is that whatever you see, is affected by what's in your heart. We said this right, if there was a man in the heart, then what you see should serve as a reminder for you. You see the mountains, you see the earth, you see the creation of a large soil, if there is even in here, that what you see he should only increase what's in here should serve as a reminder. But if there is nothing he then no matter what you say. It won't give any benefit. He won't serve as a reminder for you. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says that the people on the day of Judge

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In the disbelievers he says Upsala hotshot division inside his Porsche. And Porsche means it's overloaded with feeds in extreme feed. That's harsh. You know who sure is the feeling, you know, when you're so so afraid that your muscles become numb and your bones become weak? That's for sure. Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying that the disbelievers I will have for sure, why didn't we say that the the vision and the heart is connected now that his heart is pounding it's racing. Now this event in the heart he's got a man he's seen what's happening. Now it's translated now what he's seeing in his eye it's affecting his heart now but it doesn't benefit him now. That way because the the time

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the Delta cliff is finished, we have to worship Allah is here over there doesn't bother it doesn't doesn't count. So for Lupo neoma even when Shiva absord will have Harsha. They did not feel the fee here. They will fee the fee on that day.

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And why is their heart pounding and racing? And why are they eyes overwhelmed with fee? This is our discussion we'll continue Sharma tada today. Why is it so? Because in this life, they used to say and that's the verse that comes after the Apollo lunar in the model to do a full half euro. They used to say and consistently say your opponent is a present tense, which already indicates to something that's frequently coming out of their mouth. Just like I'm a atossa alone. It's the same concept here. What is this thing that they're arguing about? What are they talking about? The same thing is present in this solar yaku Luna in l'amour do do not feel half euro.

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They would say they would continually say is it the case that we are going to be returned back to where we started back to life. You know, in the Arabs, this is an expression you say for land on Raja as we have filati it means he went back or he came back to where he started. That's Russia. We have purity. So in other words, what they're saying is that

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toluna in there certainly is is this the case that we are going to be returned back to where we started from. We were given life then we died we're going to be given life back again. And there's something interesting in the word Lamarck do. Muldoon comes from the word doctor, which means to send back something by employing a another meaning and that is something that's rejected and sent back something that's rejected and sent back. So for example, you know, you go to the to the borders or whatever, you come to a country, you have your visa work in your passport and so on. And they don't accept your visa work and you're rejected, you're sent back your paperwork is disqualified and

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you're sent back. That's what that so in other words, look at this your coluna in Animoto do not fill half euro. It is actually indicating that sarcastically This is how they used to make fun of the hereafter. They'd say, are we going to be rejected and sent back? Like our death wasn't good enough? What is this? This is in a sarcastic way. That's what the word Muldoon implies. It implies that they're saying what? Death wasn't good enough that now we're going to be rejected now go back to life and die properly again. So they'd make poke fun at the idea of Yeoman clear through this word lemma. dodona feel happier?

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Now this seems really impossible for the disbeliever.

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But if it might seem impossible for him, if we're speaking about I just die right now.

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All if I'm, if I die right now, my body is only attack. Nothing's disappeared. Nothing's missing. the only factor the only thing that's missing is the soul. Probably I'm not breathing. Maybe. Probably it's possible that I come back to life. If you were to give me a life after a few hours, you probably believe that, but you're talking about a time that could not form and Nakamura you're talking about a time or profits on the low hourly or send them this is their argument because you have to learn from the speech. They say you're speaking about a time I either couldn't evolve and nephila when we become crumbled and decay boom, you know, nothing. vomit means bones. Nothing is

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when the bone decays. When it becomes empty from the inside that bone marrow all of it is eaten.

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It's all gone rid of it's gone away, it becomes just an empty bone. It's become like a show that when the air passes through it, the other side brings out a foul smell, very dirty smell and ugly smell. That's not

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a that could not form a natural. You're speaking about a time that we don't even exist. Maybe we'll believe you. If you said that, or you're going to be brought back to life a few minutes or a few hours after we die, maybe because we're still intact. But you're speaking about a time after we're gone long, long, long.

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And we've become reduced

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to nothing but soil. That's all you've become at the end. We're here I mean, it's so much crumble. There's nothing left except the backbone. The ending of the backbone, the tailbone.

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either an akuna ivam and Nikita.

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Oh, t even Corrado ha Silla.

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Now, todo.

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This is a past tense.

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And past tense refers to something that's something that doesn't happen consistently and frequently. Something that's very minimal. Something Rayji comes out once a time. You know, and I'll just share with you that example again. So you can be familiar with this rule in principle, you know, just like Allah Subhana Allah says in the pursuit of thinness

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speaks about homicide and manslaughter, intentional murder, to kill someone intentionally, and to kill someone by accident. Look how Olam ensures that when he speaks about the intentional killing, which is the homicide. He says, What am I he up to Minamata Amida. He uses the present tense for something that that for the killing, that's intentional, because if you kill intentionally, then obviously you're probably more like most likely going to kill again. So the present tense is used that refers to something that's consistent. But when Allah speaks about an accidental killing, which is for example, manslaughter, then he uses the past tense, woman Katana momina. Because if you

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accidentally kill someone, then it's not likely that you're going to kill someone again by accident. So the past is used. In other words, this is just to clarify that idea of present tense refers to something that's continuous continuity. And a past tense refers to something that's minimal, something that doesn't happen that often less often. That's what the past tense is. So here yopu, Luna, Indiana Maradona, Phil have consistently re in argument and they always speak about this, what are we going to come back to life? I couldn't form an Akira hollow. And this Carlo indicates that they used to say this statement that I'll share with you. But they used to say less often.

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And what is the statement Kaoru? It's illustrating the disbelievers sometimes they gave actual thought to the Day of Judgment. They said, if if there is a slight possibility, that what you're saying is true. And we're going to come back from the dead

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till can even convert on hasura Verily, certainly no doubt about it, this is going to be a return I Karma Karma means return. There is full of loss hasura that is full of loss. And karma also in the Arabic language means to attack, you know, so like they had the idea of a military steric strategy. And that was galore a follow up means he attacks and he runs away, attack and run away. So till cave, Angkor Wat on hasura would mean that they would say, if indeed what he was talking is correct, and it's right, and we're going to come back and be revived, then surely, it is going to be an attack against us, that's going to cause us a lot of damage. This is called tilka Ethan Corrado

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hasura. So Allah azzawajal ends the conversation. And he says for in the mayor he has as

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you know, in the previous soda, when the mouth were running, when the mouths were running against the Day of Judgment, and they saying America alone, and never will offer him Allah to feed him of telephone a lot cut the discussion and he ended it by saying color say and I'm gonna stop here.

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The mouth is running.

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coluna enamorado do nothing half euro,

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Euro pallotti Ks and Karla Taha surah Allah cuts the discussion. He says, fine Nima here says no to a hidden stop. All it is all it's going to take is one Yo, one loud scream for Indiana he has a lot on a search for is a yelling is a yelling sound and very loud sound that comes out of their mouth. And this is referring to the second blow of breath in the trumpet. When the angel blows in it.

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That's all it takes for you to be revived. Nothing more than this. And you know, just before this Allah Subhana Allah says yo ma w for Raja, that bow holla diva. And we said the Amaterasu for Raja, when the shake old shake on Russia was referring to what? To the earth in the mountains, Yamato juphal are born zhiban but are not called this earth with the mountains of Lord Shiva the shaker giving us the idea that that's its destiny it will shake. So your mythology for Rajiv actually referred to the first blow of the trumpet. When the first breath is blown in the trumpet. We all know at that time, is when a nazjatar happens the most when a lot of Mozart happens is that the

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first blow of the trumpet. And that's when all the disbelievers are on land as normal believers that was referring to the first bloat.

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That Baro Harada referred to the second blowing the trumpet when everyone gets up from the grave. And between the two blows. Between the two trumpets, between the two blows, there is 40

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how many 40 years 40 months 40 days Allahu Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not specify, but it's a long time. In that time.

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What happens is that

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all creation is dead, and all the angels die as well. And the only one that's remaining is Allah subhanho wa Taala we have to be careful generally on a crock

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and Allah subhanho wa Taala in this duration of 40. He says liberal model Coolio who owns the ultimate Kingdom today. And he says these three times between each there's a lot. There's an amount there's a time between each time he says this space, and at the end, he says the law he knows

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it belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala at that time,

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we're all still in the grave.

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And you're only a tailbone, that's all you are. And at that time, Allah subhanahu Wata Allah sins, rain from the sky water from the sky, not the rain that we know of. Because the oceans obviously what happens to them on the Day of Judgment, they become set ablaze. So there's no water. So where's the water coming from? This water that Allah subhanho wa Taala Alison's down, is met without

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a loss of Hannah without his throne. Right now he's on water. What can I shoot who Allah, Allah subhanaw taala says it is from that water

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that will drop on to the earth between the two blows of the trumpet. And that's how your body will grow from that water, special water. Water that she's sitting on right now.

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Your buddy grows, your fingertip comes back to how it was Bella Irina and No sir, we have banana, your personality, your characteristic, your looks, your body everything is brought back the way it was.

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And when that is in place. Now for Indiana, he has a shot to wahida that Yo, that scream, that blow of breath in the second time of the trumpet.

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All the souls will come out. Now your body is ready.

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The soul will come out of the trumpet and Alesis and all the pseudo will come with us. Why even no fool Sousou wizard when the soul will marry its body Zoo wizard. It will find where your body is now your body is become a body now. It's been laying there up until the trumpet is blown up until your soul comes out. And it searches for your buddy and he goes right into your buddy and you come out of the grave. And the the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says I come out and I removed

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Whatever dust was on my forehead In other words, this is this is reality. This is literal stuff you come out and you don't know what has happened all you're doing is just blowing that dirt that's still remaining on you. You know just like for example you go to the beach and you sit on the on the shoreline with a Sandy's, what do you sit for one hour, two hours, then at the end of the day before sunset, you get up you want to go. So you get up and you just you know, and you go back home. This is the same ID, you visited the beach and you set up the shoreline. Allah subhanho wa Taala calls.

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He refers to our stay in the grave as a visit, hotel resort to mon macabre. Up until you visit the grave doesn't mean you go and visit and you come back home. This visit here means up until you sit in your way put in your grave. He called the time you stay in your grave, he referred to it as a visit. Why? Because the idea of a visit. doesn't sound too long does it? It doesn't. When you visit someone to visit, it's a short time. So losses up until you visit your grave. Hackers often when the sooner comes, we'll explain it in its context. But what I'm referring to is that the time is short. Then at the end, you come out and then you just blow off or you wipe off any dirt that's on you. And

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all of a sudden for intimate, he essentially

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is a homeless hero. All it takes one bloke and as a result for either whom be Saheba as a result, suddenly they're all in a Sakura in a place called a secular and this a secular

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comes from the word sound. Obviously sound you probably know that means to stay awake, you know you stay, you say so here to lay Sahar to lay. You know I stayed awake the whole night. Why does the last panel data call the Day of Judgment a sad era because it's a place in which there is no more sleep. Everyone is safe. Everyone settled on? Everyone's awake. There is no sleeping on that date. Many yeas will pass by on that day and there is no full of sleep. After that day there is no such thing as sleep. It's all gone. Whether it's for the people of the paradise, or whether it's for the people of the Hellfire, the concept of sleep is removed from their home this hero then Allah

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subhanahu wa Adana

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brings a new discussion on hand

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and how do we know it's a new discussion again because of the rhyme scheme, an attacker had to Moosa

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before for innama he has a lot of wahida for either whom this hero attacker howdy Moosa. And now this is a story.

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Something we have to understand in the stories in the Quran, inshallah to Allah as we move on, we'll explain. But Allah subhanho wa Taala now brings a new subject

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within the discourse of the soul, and make sure and understand that, as we said at the beginning of our lessons, the Quran is one unified argument. It's all related.

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So inshallah Allah will describe, and will explain how this part of the story of Musa is related to the flowing discourse of the soul. Why this part of the surah specifically, why Moosa? infura one, Ibrahim is someone else, or why not follow I wanna add hood, so many other prophets. So we'll see exactly what so we said in the beginning of the surah. Allah subhanho wa Taala. We saw a few Earths in the beginning of the surah regarding the power of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we found that especially in regards to the winds, right, yeah, remember that the earth and how we relate to that to the winds. Now, why was it important that allows origin took an earth by the wind

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and by the wind, because the disbeliever he used to say, What's this, this afterlife business, you know, all this whole thing about the unseen punishment? and What is he talking about? It all seems and seems unimportant, impossible. So now the closest thing to the unseen in the scene world is the wind. The closest thing you can experience, but you cannot see is the winner.

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And Allah subhanahu Wata Allah. He

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illustrates his power of destruction and his mercy by means of wind.

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So the wind,

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it comes in and destroys entire towns, just like what Allah did with the people I've had. And other winds come, and they bring along rain. And they're a source in which life is sustained. So the ID is that Allah subhanho wa Taala, doesn't have to make special arrangements for the gaffer, or bring some special military or some special angels, to bring them to justice and to the punishment, all and most of Anahata has to do is unleashes when that's all, that's enough, and they're all destroyed. So this power a questioning, this is the idea of the winds, because I forgot to reflect and relate back to you the idea of the wind, and how it fits in the context of the solar. And let's

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how it is there in their in argument amongst one another. And they're in total disregard of the hereafter. And so Allah Subhana, Allah, Allah, he took an oath by the winds, if it were taking by the strong view, which is the winds, not the majority of the strong, then this is why a lot of xojo took the oath by the winds to display and to illustrate his power. It's not something big, all it is it's just wind that I am unleashed, and you're all destroyed,

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and you're all destroyed. Then the second part of the sutra was Alonzo shall describe the day of judgment and what happens in mythology for Raja Raja. Then he described the fear on that day, boo boo newmediawire, Shiva, Uppsala, Sasha, all sorts of warnings, you know,

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all this was a sort of warning for them. Be careful of what you say, of what you say about the Day of Judgment. You're not the first people to say this. You're not the first people to deny these people before you have made fun of the hereafter. And look how Allah azza wa jal got rid of them with the wind, just like add, so be careful. You know, the first ones, others came before you take an example. This will come later on in salted fish oil. We'll explore it more in Sharla data. Now, why the story of Moosa

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in the previous Surah Surah Allah Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke to us about a group and that was lipo vena cava for those that rebel against the La azoles command. He said that jahannam cannot Masada lipo Rena ever jahannam is for those that rebel against the law as diligence command.

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Now the best example of someone that rebelled against the Los Angeles command is Pharaoh is happy laughing around in Nepal, Nepal, vena cava in Nepal, there is an example of someone that transgressed and past the limits and rebelled against the loss of Hannah Montana. Let's see how this flows in the solar. So as the story unfolds, I'll explain to you the relevance. That's in the in this surah Allah subhanho wa Taala begins, the story says attacca howdy to Musa now Amanda's origin is speaking to his messengers, Allah Allah, Allah eurosender. And that's obvious by the word calf attack, and did the news of the story of Musa come to you, your Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam so in

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this verse, Allah azza wa jal already he's illustrating and depicting his anger at the disbelievers. Now he doesn't speak to them anymore. He's turned his attention away from them. And now he's speaking directly to His Messenger, attacker, howdy Moosa. And at the same time that this militia is listening, he's listening. So this is serving as a lesson for him. But at the same time, he understands the anger of Allah subhanho wa Taala against him, that now alone is not speaking to them. How come happy Formosa before Allah was speaking to them.

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This is all my direct warning and an advice to them. Now Allah shifts his attention to the messenger, he says, attack ahaadeeth Musa.

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And at the same time, online now he's addressing he's missing just on the lohardagan asylum, because there is something serious in the surah that should serve as a reminder for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So the word heavy in Arabic refers to something that's huge, something that's enormous, something that's manifest that's heavy, and it also refers to something

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There is so old, that it's forgotten. And when you remind of it, it's new altogether. That's how the that's another meaning of having. So did the Hadeeth. Did the news of Moosa reach you, you are going to be reminded of his legacy of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it's and this this way of life is going to speak about the story of Musa.

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He's going to remind you of his legacy. And it's going to feel as if it's the first time you've heard it in the context of the solar. Now I'll explain how it comes into context. So Allah, Allah Subhana, WA Tada, he has spoken. And he has narrated this story before in the Quran.

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And now it comes again. Howdy, means something that's all so much so that it's forgotten. When you're reminded of it. It's like new altogether. Now there are lots of Hana what Allah is mentioning this part of the story of Musa in Surah danez yet, which will beautifully flow in the context and in the theme of the surah it's going to be a whole new vision. Look at this surah from a new perspective, from a new angle.

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Now Allah Subhana what Allah says hell attack a hadith Musa so deep the news. Did the event of Moosa come to you. Yeah, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. What's the story? A lot begins. He says, If there hora boo beloved in Makkah,

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when his Lord called unto him,

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neither devil neither in Arabic language is to call someone out loudly. Neither is to call out loudly.

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And this is how it was apana to Allah called out Moosa, we find this in sort of fun. Yeah, moo Sir, he calls him out by his name, loudly.

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Bill where the goddess in the sanctified Valley, you know, in the in the holy place now.

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This, this is to speak of Allah subhanho wa Taala in a way that is appropriate of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And to remove from Allah, anything or any attribute that is inappropriate of Allah subhanho wa Taala that stuck this mocha, this is a mecca, it's a place that is specified. There is special specially designed for the declaration of Allah azzawajal perfection. This is Beware the mocha DeSoto that's the name of the valley.

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Now, the story here is In brief,

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in other places in the Quran, when Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke this account of Moosa, he brings out more detail, you know, if Allah and when he saw the fire for colony and he told his family, you didn't say he, you know, I'll go up to the fire. I'll see what I can find on the fire. Maybe I can want some news. Maybe someone who does some guidance on and I'll just go

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there's more detail, but he is not a detail.

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So what do you have to understand is when Allah subhanho wa Taala narrates the story. The story itself is not the purpose, that's not the purpose to sit there and be entertained by the story.

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the very purpose of the story

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is that you see, every surah in the Quran, has a theme has a discourse, there's a theme that's mentioned in the solo. So the part of the story of the Prophet that's relevant to the discussion of the surah is what's mentioned.

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So it can help you understand the main idea, the main theme of the song, that's the point. So that's why you'll find part of the song I hear part of the story of moose a moose has mentioned 70 times in the Quran. 70 parts are mentioned all around in the Quran. The Quran is not a storytelling book. had that been the case it all would have been bunched up in one solar. Now probably you're confused. You'll look at the case of solar, solar juice.

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And you say Ah, there it is solar juice of all of it perfect chronological order from beginning to end. What's the purpose of sort of Joseph then is to be entertained this actual story, even then it's not for the use of just on the side just so you can appreciate this journey from from the perspective

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The plan

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the story of use of the sudo su that uses in the plan is actually a soldier that came down to council the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it actually refers to his vision, and it refers to his life, how this soldier was revealed in Mecca, M and V of grief, the year of sorrow, and that he is which he in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his uncle, and his wife died. That was the I mean herzan

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and the Sora was revealed on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that he and sola sola Joseph is actually talking about the sorrow the grief of yaku towards his two children. So profit, don't worry.

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You lost two relatives that are a profit before you, which is your coop, he also lost his two sons and he had to deal with it, you know, learn from his lesson later. So

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don't give up in the hope of a loss of Hana with the

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use of a Sam. At one point in his life, he's thrown in with

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a bit of a rabbit elope in the dark. Whoa. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ends up in a dark cave, which is like the dark room at that spot. Then use of Allah you sir and eventually is taken out and he goes to Egypt. The prophet SAW Selim comes out and he goes to Medina, he sits down with it. And that's where he gives his Dharma Yusuf Alayhi Salam as well.

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And then he comes back to establish the legacy of his forefathers. Whatever Camilla cabaye, Ibrahima has happened. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam also comes back to Mecca to establish the legacy of his forefathers and that is the legacy of Ibrahim Ibrahim. And then also use of IRA Sam, at the end of the story. When he's joined with his brothers. He says to them letter three barrel ecomondo No worries, you're not alone forgive you. Same words that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says, in Makkah, when he has caught the disbelievers, they're in captivity, now. They're in front of him. They say, Oh, he says to them, what do you think I'm going to do with you? They said on my

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iPhone carry menawarkan carry generous in the generous, the brother of the generous and most generous, he says, I will say to you, just like my brother used to have said, Let the three ballet como do is have fun to watch this. The whole story of surah Yusuf is a reflection of the seal of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. At the end of the surah, Allah says,

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He severely, Ill alone, so he has a seed. But as we're looking at it in the context of the solar Prophet, this is your path, see the same path that you took, this is going to be your path as all sabbiadoro at the beginning of the surah, Allah Subhana Allah says law, law, law, so you can reflect,

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read the story so you can reflect at the end of the surah Allah says that you don't have any now pondered and thought of this. So the story in itself wasn't the point. The point was the seal of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the listeners that are learn. So now going back to hell attacca Hadith Moosa, we find this brief account that Allah subhanho wa Taala records in sort of the NASDAQ.

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And why is this part? Why is this story very relevant to the discourse? Let's begin. We say that the first parallel is already found.

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If neither horrible, horrible word in mocha,

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remember or messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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we call Moosa and We gave Moosa revelation on the mountain unexpectedly, he didn't expect it. He was just going up there to get a fire to come back to take some warmth from it, seek some warmth from it with his family, or find some guidance because he was lost. He ends up there. And this is a play of words. He says, oh, as you do, Alan, Mary, who that I might find some burdens. Here literally means the guidance of the road. Rather, Alonzo just gives him like guidance, the actual guidance who there for life, He gives him a book a thought up on the mountain, unexpectedly. Now look at the parallel you to Yasuda, WA salatu salam

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we say

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Djibril unexpectedly to you on the mountain of Hara. He was on the mountain of Thor, you're on the mountain of Hara Hara on the mountain.

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And you are given revelation on that mountain unexpectedly. Now, this is going to be very important for the for the continuation of this solo.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is reminding the messenger, then Allah subhanho wa Taala What did he revealed to Moosa on that mountain? You know, when he revealed to him, he said to him, hello, attacker Howdy, Formosa. If neither hola boo, beware the mocha De Soto, what did he say? What did he reveal his happy laughter out there to figure out if happy Illa now somewhere else in the Quran, Allah says, df around TF your own means go and approach your own is have Illa means go towards your own and quickly begin with your mission. Don't spend, don't waste time going quickly begin your mission with around, ease up Illa around rounds, go straight away and get started on the mission.

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Now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also is have to hurt to polish. He's supposed to go to Iran and the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam is supposed to go to college.

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Now, why is Musashi serve supposed to get to find out? What in No.

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Because he has rebelled? He's transgressed. He's crossed the limit

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comes from Boolean, which means you know, when you fill the glass, the glass cup, you fill up water, and then it starts flowing on the sun, you keep filling that still here. And that's for

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when the water flows out of the oceans or whatever, causing floods. And so let's forget that it's linguistical meaning, but understanding in the religious sense.

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You know, the humans, we have set limits, there's limits that are set on the human beings, you can do this, you can do this. You can say this, you can't say that. When you cross these limits, then you engage them.

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But it's one thing to break the law out of desperation. You know, you break the law, you're desperate, and you feel all bad about it and remorseful and you're worried. That's one thing. And it's another thing to break the law, and you're happier. And you make fun of it. You know, just like Simone, Simone.

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they slaughtered the camel. And they didn't regret slaughtering the game. They made fun of it. They started making some losses because they were. So oh here is when you cross that limit. When you want to do what you want to do.

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And you're happy about it. You didn't care.

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You don't feel remorseful, that's inevitable. That's what Iran did. So if Iran has done to here in two ways. Firstly, he's claimed that his lot that will come in Missoula, Montana, and his his enslaved bunny slide, and he doesn't care about it.

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And this is his forehead. So Moosa, Selim has to go to Freetown, because he's rebelled. He's transgressed. He's crossed the limit. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also has to go to Quraysh. Why? Because they've Baba was wrong. They crossed the limit. They've crossed the boundary, they've transgressed. Now, this teaches us something important. What's illustrated is that the problem with who fell Quraysh wasn't that they didn't believe in the hereafter. That wasn't a problem. The real problem is that they love

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transgressing and rebelling against the muscle Anahata at his command, they didn't want to be they didn't want any limit to be put on them.

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They don't want to be told what to do. Do this, do that say this say that? This, they want to live this free lifestyle. You know, carefree lifestyle. That's what they wanted to live. That was the crime

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and fear around. That was his crime as well. So now you're going to see the parallel, figure out that doesn't mean he says, I don't know. That made him worse. It's the idea that he rebuilt that he transgressed and confirmed flourish as well. The idea

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That they transgressed. And they rebuild. This all puts him in one category. So now you can go along with the story and you understand.

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So this is a reminder also for us don't think that you need to say another book or monana so you can be the worst of creation. For our he has his own special thing on the Day of Judgment, but also refers and it's a reminder for us, anyone, anyone that believes he can have freedom and do whatever he wants and say whatever you want then he's a

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he's only fine or abode should be in the Johanna McCarrick middle so then Paulina ever. That's for anyone that bought her. Not only specific special for coloration for fear around, you'll see now in this in the story as it keeps going. Find out if happy life around a no ball obasa

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head towards around, straightaway start on your mission. Verily, certainly, he has rebelled. It's time you go and give him advice for God. Now, what are you going to say to it? It is very, very carefully chosen words of how to launch this for cold hell laka ILA antiseptic

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amazing words?

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Do you have any inclination whatsoever inside of you at all, that wants to cleanse yourself of the evil and filth you're involved in?

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This is the question musala is alayhis salam is told to go to fit around and say to him, for our Do you have any voice of reason? Anything? In your conscience? Is there any good in you, that tells you you need to purify yourself, that tells you you should be a better person.

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The mission of the prophets and the messengers was

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to is a key.

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Part of the mission of the messengers was the concept of this gear.

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This gear that was one of the core components of the work of the messenger and test gear, what it translates to is purification. It's a purification. And it actually means to take the elements of one's personality, that are evil, that are rebellious, and to cleanse oneself from what's a wicked and an evil personality within you. To put it aside, clean it. This is descale. So the question that Moosa asks around is the same question that should be directed to those that do not feel that they have judgment. It's the same question that's directed to

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polish to the people of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. So the real question is,

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do you find any voice of reason, any conscience deep inside of yourself, that tells you, you should become a better person?

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If that's the case, if there's a little voice, if there's something very small within you, that tells you when you should be a good person, then there is hopefully, but if there is no voice within you, and that's all gone, then there's nothing left inside of you.

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Then what is it called? Why should it be that I should make this vow to you? And this is the Dow This is the question for Paul halakhah illa antisaccade. When he comes in, gives him down he doesn't order him. He doesn't say oh, you better watch what you're doing and you got to stop and this is a lot in worship. You know, why is he doing this with fear? Because fear only saying Allah Buccola if he believes he is the Lord means there's nothing above it. So how can Moosa come in and order him? Tell him fear alone and worship Allah? No, he doesn't say this, because if he commands him, then fear is going to say what how is this man commending me when I own all commandment? Iron mod buco.

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So look at the wisdom. He comes in a way where he speaks to him in a form of a question, how Lega illa antisaccade.

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So the word implies, do you have any good any desire of good lift in you that you want to bring it out? And he doesn't say to him, is there any good in you

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know, because, of course the laws are created man and there is good news.

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You created good in men. That's the flip flop the predisposed human decency. Everyone has good in him, rather than what he's asking. He's saying that this good within you? Is there any inclination? Would you like to bring this out? Would you like to come? Would you like to be a better person, in other words, actually say, Taco Bell laka illa antisaccade. Then he says to him,

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you know, this is the last resort. If you've given someone down,

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you know,

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the Quran you recite to him, or

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the message in itself is probably profound it is the land is all good in it.

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But when someone reaches this level of rebellion, you cannot now assume that the owner is going to do the work for him. There has to be some sort of good within him, that clicks with the good that comes from outside. And that's the interpretation of neuron, Allah, no light upon light, meaning the light of Revelation, upon the light of whatever good is lift within you. At the end, that's all it resorts to, you finish, you've given him the Dharma, you've told him the Quran that hasn't done nothing to him. musala. Salamis showed around everything that hasn't done nothing to him. Now, the only thing that's left

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is that he asks him this question. If there is good in you.

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Then let your conscience be the better judge, your conscience judge. If there is good it comes out. If there isn't, then there's no use of you. Well, I do a lot of decaf production and show I guide you to your Lord

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idk Ella Baker, you know and he there Ella this preposition to means by knowledge. Because you know, in order to further how we recite we say he did not stop, he did not stop.

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And that a very rough translation for ob guide us to and along the straight path. Because there was no preposition. We didn't say he didn't have a law slot and Mr. P. When you drop the preposition, this is what it gives us legal guide as to and along the straight path. When we say Guide us to the straight path, we mean give us the knowledge. And along means support us, be with us. Give us the knowledge and support us along this path. But when you're around when musala Sam says, what are the ILA are bigger? And Shall I guide you, to your Lord?

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Not along because a long side is only for a loss of Hannah what Allah? So even even these minute details are recorded in the Quran in Arabic, and shall I guide you to your Lord with knowledge. In other words, musala sam can teaching can give you knowledge for production. And as a result, if I was to give you this knowledge, why should automatically happen to you is production that you should see an Harsha Daksha is fear of something that's huge, something that's more powerful than you. And this word is used here, because you're around he's thinking he's powerful. So Allah says Fatah, Keisha. And Tasha means that you feel something bigger than you. So in other words, around is being

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taught that it is something greater than you. And if you listen to Moosa, then what he's going to recite and read to you is something that should move this goodness within you bring it out. And as a result for Daksha. You fear a loss of Hannah Montana. And this teaches us that true knowledge, a Dhaka Arabic that gives you the meaning of the knowledge

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eventually leads to true hardship. In Arabic, if you're given true knowledge, real knowledge that should send you all the way and lead you all the way to production to the guidance.

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Now, when Musa Ali Salam is something that we learn here.

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This is how he implements Allah Subhana. Allah St. akula Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah tells Moosa when you go to find out, tell him a soft, calm speech. Don't be rough and hard on him. So this was common soft, it's in a question form. And what it teaches you is that when you advise someone,

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make sure your advice to someone is on the same level as well. Why? Because there was a story that's mentioned. Once a person he came to the king, and he said, Oh, King, I want to advise you, but I want to be really harsh with my advice towards you. He says, I don't accept he says why

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He says you're not better than Musa and I'm not worse than Pharaoh. Why are you coming to me in this harsh manner and this is Musa masala is

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the best of creation at that time

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with the worst of creation at that time around and look how he's told to address him lately in LA you know it, you know, the you know is is the the date you know when it's flexible, it moves the date, soft date, let's lay in the consistently calm and gentle in your speech the whole way. And so panela is suited to shaba you find this, you read the discussion and the dialogue that happens between moose and flounder around is really naughty is up there, you know with his harsh manner and his harsh words

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and misogyny in Rasulullah to say like noon, you know, they'll suddenly been married

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or bookmark a wedding. And he's very soft and very common during his whole year any dialogue with him. So then Allah subhana wa tada says, For Allahu al Cobra, and at the same time, keep in mind that the narrative of Iran is being mentioned. But really, this is a parallel to the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam encourage the disbelievers

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This is how the messenger should address polish. And this is how he's interesting because he's reading this verse and they're listening. And mckaela and Jessica, they're listening to this. Dr. Kayla Baker production for Allahu al kubra. Fair This is via then as a result,

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in order to make him find this goodness within him, Allah azza wa jal, he is helping figure out to find this goodness within him. What did he do? He helped him he showed him the ultimate sign for our whole area, tell Cobra, the biggest sign and that was the snake. Maybe that could bring in instigate that good within him and it should come out for our whole area 10 Cobra, and a little Cobra, this is the ultimate the great side.

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Prophet musalla is Sam. He showed fear around the biggest science he showed him a lot of science and fear around was scared of all the signs. And the one he feed the most was the staff was the stick when it turned into a serpent into a large Python, a snake. And how do we know that he feed that the most is because later on when he called upon his magicians, the only thing they competed Mussa was the idea of the stuff, you know, yellow, bring your rods and bring your ropes and throw them and make them snakes. That was the only thing he faced. He didn't bother to face when he pulled out his hand and it became clear, bright light. You know, all the locusts that came in a group as a form of

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punishment. That didn't bother the one he was scared the most of was that sick stick was that the staff turned into a serpent farhood al kubra he showed him the biggest sign.

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The biggest son was that real snake? The parallel here is that Allah azza wa jal showed fear around the big sun. And he showed Quraysh the Ethel Cooper as well which was what?

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Which was, who knows? What's the big sign for college?

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What's the biggest sign for college? The Quran itself, the Quran in itself, with its eloquence with its power. So much so that when they used to confront the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they couldn't even speak a word. They wanted to stop him they couldn't the power of the word that came out of the profits, net profits from the llanera sellers mouth, just imagine this. One of them would come he listened to the Quran. He goes back to these people. What happened to you, your faces changed? What do you mean that's normal? Because it's the

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it's the power. One of them would come pass. He listened to the Prophet recite. I'm calling for me my reshaping a mobile honeycomb. Well, they created out of nothing, or did they create themselves? Then he said, My heart almost flew out of my chest. How powerful is this word? This is an Airtel, Cobra. This is the biggest sign for Quraysh because they said they assumed they were the most eloquent, so much so that when they used to speak to one another, that only speak through poetry, that's how eloquent they were. So he comes the messenger sallallahu wasallam, claiming that this book is the most eloquent so

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They gave it ever extra attention. Let's find a mistake. He's saying it's eloquent. They couldn't. They meet up together.

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And they say, what are we going to say? Let's say he's a liar. Someone would say now you What do you say is a liar everyone knows is truthful. They're gonna think of us as a shocker. You know, think of something else Ella, what's another thing?

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He's not trustworthy, or he's a magician, or is this or every time they come up with something, it only bring them into more distress. They didn't want the whole end to manifest as it did. And that was a loss of Hana data scientist and fall on a cobra. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah says, forget Lavasa. What did he do? He gets double so

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he lied against you see, when you say get data, you say get that a B. He lied against something you mentioned. But a lot doesn't say what he liked against get the music and never be a tonight doesn't mention gets done. That's it. So what does this imply? It implies he lied in everything. He lied and he belied against the message against the law against Moosa against the miracles against his conscience against everything for cats. So the simple saying Godzilla so simply saying Kava would mean that he'd be like, it covers lying against everything of the truth. And he had no reason to lie against the truth, except for the fact that he was arrogant and there was no goodness left in him.

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While I saw and he disobeyed, he refused. And also is to refuse and disobey even though you know something is good for you. So in other words for our knew what is true, but now the fact that he is Boolean he the fact that he is arrogant, that's it, he cannot except for this truth.

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And this is the same thing with surround

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with polish. They knew the Quran is right. They knew the Quran is is straight speech, up until one of them said in Noel kulu Shannon, Avi Verily, what that messenger is saying, it is truly going to be something great. They acknowledge That's true. You know, and Walid bin mohila. He also says, Man, this word is not the word of a bishop. So what stopped you? What stopped you? Nothing but arrogance. That's all nothing but forgiveness. So then Allah subhana wa tada says, some at Baba Sai Chow just finished.

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The ending of the sutra shall offer the story of Musa from Alibaba is

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Allah subhanho wa I'm sorry, that just the parallel forget the power also, is that fit around? He lied against the signs. And Quraysh also lied against everything as well. They lied against the messenger against the poor and against the Day of Judgment, against the message against everything. Just like Fidel from battle is high. Now what did he do? He had bad is he turned away. That's about and yes, I he was pacing back and forth. Because now after he saw an editor,

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he saw the major and the biggest sign not only here more everyone saw it.

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And everyone was pretty impressed. Like, whoa, maybe this is right. And so much so that even the magicians fell into prostration. And they believe the most improbable so how long they had believed now.

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And this was bringing ferons message down and his authority down. It was threatening his kingdom. He was just dropping. His work was dropping.

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And at Bara, you know at the beginning of the solar fund muda burrata amla here from at Barrow. What's the difference? muda Bharat comes from Ted beer. We said that beer is to plan something very deeply and very carefully. But abara comes from a bell, which means to plan something quickly, without much thought. So that's what Phil was doing. Now, he doesn't have much time in front of you. He's Yes, I he's pacing back and forth. He's walking back and what should I do? What should I do? What should I be seeing if we are now becoming believers? And he's thinking is quickly planning and his plan. He's not even giving it full attention? Because probably he is fearing that he's losing

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power. What is he going to do? He's going up and down now.

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And so the idea is that he will bring up what is what am I gonna say to the people he's most known or should I prison him? Anyway, that doesn't work with him later on. What does he say? He says no, like a bureau como la la cosa

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He goes, I found that this is what I'm going to say. This one, Moosa, he's the biggest magician, he's the one that taught you the magic.

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photocopy an idea, Kumar,

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this is what I'm going to do to them, I'm going to chop off their arms and legs from opposite sides, meaning chop this and chop this leg, chop the left hand and the right leg, and I'm going to crucify them. Or suddenly when they're confused with or, and nothing on the trunk of the pantry, that's what I'm going to do. And they will serve as an example for anyone that wants to follow them. That was his final decision. That was his that beer. That's what he claimed. He was running out of ideas, and his claims, every time sounded more stupid, you know? And this is exactly what happens when the truth is the false hope. There is no more escape. You want to think of this, you think of this, you

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think of that it doesn't work. Look how it works against you, Allah subhana wa tada says, Now look what he does. He plans to do this. Then if you're offended, Allah says Hashanah. fanedit

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he gathered the people the word hotshot is used when you get the animals you know losses whatever will host your hotshot when the animals when the beasts gathered. This hashoah

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Gemma is what you use for people Yamato ness I gathered the people how short to nurse you don't have to list your hotshot animals. That's the hotshot is for the animals. In other words, what we mean is what's illustrated in the verse is that now he's so angry at what's happening outside.

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He gathered them like animals forcefully. He brought them all one bunch. Why? Because everyone is giving a thought to this message. Man Moosa, what he's bringing out is very convincing. and Iran has made a comment yet. Maybe he's defeated. Maybe that's the truth. Oh, by the way, the the magicians are making pseudocode that's going to be that's Moosa, so he's really upset. So he brings them all forcefully, and he brings them all like animals for how Sharla Fernanda Remember, we said, if that devil meeting yo te Ll, now he screams out at the top of his lungs. This is now the official address of the state. This is the official address of the government comes out what does he say for color

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Anna boo como la la la sera said, For foreigner. This is for Paul here, meaning he said, he said strongly. Another book on an earlier Why would he say this? Now everyone in Egypt had no choice except to believe his or poco Malala. So why is he saying it again? Because he is losing power. He has to re solidify the ID and re introduce the ID that Listen, I'm a Boku Allah, and he doesn't say a lot of boom and he stops there. He said Allah as well on the Supreme Lord, you know, what kind of to him is this? What kind of power is this? This is manifest This is shown in film, and our book woman, Allah. And so how does this relate that was useful here. That was his rebellion against a

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lot, that he called himself Paul, that he called himself a bookworm when

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he made he he This is ship, this is a form of ship.

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What was the shift of aurash

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was that they kept clinging on to the worship onto the idol worshipping tradition of their forefathers. So the shift that fit around committed was that instead of Bukola, the shift that cofell police are committing is that they clinging on to the idol worshipping tradition of their forefathers similar it is a similar story.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala concludes the story of Moses around in this erroneous surah. He says for other hola una

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una Allah subhanho wa Taala took him for

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he sees the neck Allah Now again, is a a it's a like a bracelet, an ankle, it's let's put on the ankle. It's tied on the phone. And it is connected to a chain that's tied against the wall. They use this in the prison. Why do they use it so the prison can have so the prisoner cannot escape? Something that's strapped around the leg.

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And there's a long chain that pushes it and that's it strapped onto the wall. It's all done. It's done today in prisons in old prisons in modern prison so that the prisoner cannot escape. In other words, what's been depicted is that a lot took him

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In a way he couldn't escape. There was no escape for it. Wherever you wanted to escape there was no that's where he was gonna die. That was how a lot how he sees them and it took him, but it took him MacAllan 31.

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He took him for his, for his later when oola and his earlier crime, what does this refer to? and accurate refers to his later crime, which was saying another book woman, Allah, Allah took him for that one. That was the last thing you said before you got destroyed.

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Or Bookman, Allah, what cellula the owner was before he said, Malin to the committee, let him do it. He said, He looked at his people. He goes, I don't know of a lot of them me. Now, I'm

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now saying that is easier than saying I am a bookworm, will Allah so that's after he got destroyed and punished for saying another book woman Anna. And, and all that is because he said, I don't know of a lot other than me. Then another meaning of St. Nicholas means that on the Day of Judgment, he receives punishment, or the Hulu lF, Your Honor, a shutdown either. On the day of judgment, they'll receive the worst form of punishment and an older meaning in their grave. And now you're all gonna have to do one, Masha. Allah zildjian says they'll be burning in the fire, day and night. And this is referring to the punishment of the grave. So that's the punishment of the grave. It's coming on

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to them, day and night. Now this is an older and an accurate later on, on the in the fire in the punishment. And there's one more thing that we learned from the surah. And the story, there's some irony in here, you know, before how we said, What did film want to do. His idea was, let me chop off the arms and legs from opposite sides, and crucify them onto the trunk of the palm tree. And let them be an example for those that follow them. Look at the irony, Allah subhanho wa Taala. What did he do with him? He took him, he made him drown, and made him an example for others. And another thing so Panama, and this is I realized this when I was in my trip in Egypt,

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somewhere else in Nepal, an incident of there's another big claim that Finland makes. He says whenever they're around me, he yells out to his people. And he says la Sally malcolmus. They're my own the full Kingdom of Egypt, were heavy and held Otegi mentality. And look at these rivers that flow beneath me. I found out too soon, they say, look at the irony. When I when I never knew we went to visit on a visa to just go see with the outlaws. And the amazing thing is that is great or sorry, not he's very pleased to him his body is this is the ocean. Now, Neil, that's the Nile River is here. And his body is below the Nile River. So before he's saying that the Nile River flows beneath

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me. Now there are no rivers flowing above him. And he's below. That's another irony. And what he said for lanzones did make him as an example. phenomenology can be by any character, Khun animal, alpha k. So you can be an example for those that come after you. So the warning is also here. This is for Porsche. The warning is for Porsche. Look, he has made an example out of someone that was much powerful, and that was more wealthy and more powerful than you in the past.

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And if you still make jokes against the messenger against this day, then very easy. Well, there was someone that was much more stronger than yellow took, very easy to take you. And at the same time this verse serves serves as a comfort for the profits on the Long Island or sell them. It's like he's being told, don't worry about the disbelievers. If they persist in the evil, then they going to face the same fate as fear around and then Allah subhanaw taala concludes, says enough either. legali bought Lima yaksha indeed, in that in the story in the account of Musa and fear around. Lai Bharata Lima yaksha. Ebola is commonly translated as it's a lesson or it's a warning. The story

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should serve as a lesson and a warning, but rather ever comes from the word or aboard. You know about what it means to cross a river cross the water, cross the river, and also they used to say about the line about me

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When the T crossed the line of the eye and came out of the eye, when the T came out of the eye bollati line and how does this fit perfectly in this verse, Allah sing in nephew Valley gallery button.

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In this account, especially in this account, there is a reason to cry. There is a reason to cry.

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And there is a reason as well that you should cross

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from this belief to belief she's about to cross the river, cross the river from this belief to belief and that the story share will be as a reminder so much so that it should move you to T's live button for Hilda Lima yaksha. For those that Fie something that's more powerful than that. I bought a Lima yaksha then Allah subhanho wa Taala that's what he concludes the story in the fanatical Ableton Live in Yorkshire. This is a ebla will make them cry, and it should make them into the truth of Islam. If they feel that which is greater than them, but remember, if you are too arrogant, and think you're so big, then remember the fate of fear.

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And remember, the sky which Allah subhanho wa Taala also created. It is a bigger creation the new any obeys Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna and to marshadow Hong Kong amis Melbourne. We'll leave that discussion in Charlotte data for next week. We asked Allah subhana wa tada that he makes us people have the plan, that he makes us people that benefit from the reminders of the full end. Noah Leo delicado la Sol Allahu wa salam O Allah Carla Carlin Amina Mohammed, while he was so happy as married