Abu Bakr Zoud – Tafseer Of Juz Amma – Episode 07 – Surat Abasa

Abu Bakr Zoud
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the history and importance of the Arabic language, including its use in expressing mercy on companions and the use of "will" in the Arabic language to indicate a mercy on companions. They emphasize the importance of learning the Arabic language to better understand its language and its rules, and stress the importance of learning the Arabic language to better understand its language and its rules.
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salatu salam ala rasulillah.

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Allah made the peace and blessing of Allah be upon his servant and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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my dear respected brothers in Islam as

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a ghetto.

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To begin with our, with our lesson, which is the same sort of our set, and

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the tradition continues, and then is that we connect the soul or the ending of a soul to the beginning of a similar, and we find now the soul of

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this is our School of study today.

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And the School of before this was sort of the NASDAQ. So we have to connect these two before we move on. And we say,

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towards the end, Allah Subhana. Allah mentioned two types of contrasting people. So on one hand, there was fun. Baba

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dunya as for the one who rebelled and disbelief, and he preferred the life of this world over the hereafter

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for him and Johanna Mariela. Verily, the fire is he's,

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that's one group. And on the other hand, the second type of people last panel, what I mentioned was, well, I'm never far from being what I had enough, Sally Howard, as for the one who feed this standing before his Lord,

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and He prevented the soul, it's like, it's something external, you have to fight, he prevented this soul from vain, pathetic desire, then indeed, for indulgence metta, he had

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the paradise will be his refuge. Though those were the two types of people that are loss of Hannah, what I mentioned, at the end of solar, the nazjatar.

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Now in the solar solar, the other set, we also find a mention of two types of people, there is a memory standard. As for the one who doesn't care,

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that comes from history, which means to be free of holding, which means someone that doesn't care is free of everything doesn't make this die doesn't mean the slave It doesn't mean anything. As for the one who doesn't care, and he's the one that doesn't care. It's the sort of the desert and there is a lovely Polo.

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The one that's the one that

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the one that doesn't care is the one that rebill and gave preference to this work life. And then an example comes to us who was that an example

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for our for our was an example of this. He is happy that

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he didn't care. Why because he rebelled against the commands of Allah subhana wa Tada. So much so that he said booqable Allah, and another example of those that don't care, and those that rebel and prefer this life over the next is going to be manifest as well in this solar solar

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polish, and it will come when we explain the charm of the story. And the second type of people that's mentioned in solar

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is what am I guess I want more action? As for the one who asked for the one who has come to you running through a lump sum

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and he fees

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and these type of people who

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are the people that are Mendenhall from Apollo be one and F sign in Howard.

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It is this person

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that fees the stamping before his lot before a lot,

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half an

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hour and he prevents his soul he prevents the soul from vain pathetic desire.

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This is the person now that's again mentioned in solar

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energetic si and who's the best example of this? Firstly, musala is we learned a lot of solar and

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wind here to elago Benito Mussolini rushed to you are long so you can be pleased. He rushed our muscle panel will die.

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And also in this last little data set, we find the story of Abdullah that opened the back door. He also rushed to the messenger Salama.

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So the Prophet said he can learn so he can learn why men and jack is

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the one that came pacing running towards you will also find a contrast here in solid the naza Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about an evil man that's pacing in rebellion against the loss of Hannah who are dying and

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that is filled out from bad boy USA. And in this surah Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us about someone else who also was Pacey, but not out of rebellion, out of fear of a loss of Hannah who won the jacket, the word Yes, it comes again.

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And he fees now something else

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that connects the soul together. And there is the recurring theme of Harsha and this is very important.

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In the previous law, this word comes up multiple times. One idea carried out decaf adoption.

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In the Vatican II bought the Lima yaksha. in

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Hershey Hershey, Hershey.

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And now this theme continues in the solo one, jackass worship. So the idea

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was to teach us what is the real fashion.

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So this would serve like a definition of the true worship and how it should be brought up in someone

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brought out from someone. And why discussion? Why do we stream executive? Why specifically alpha why not something else is very important as well. Look at the beginning of saltiness. How did it begin? oneness.

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Speaking about the angels that rebelled the soul of the of the disbeliever. Then Omar mentioned your maternal youthful rajiva of the day in which the mountains and the earth will shake violently, that borrower will differ. And unless you've actually also alluded to the the first blow of breath in the in the trumpet, and that bow harmonica is the second ball of breath in the trumpet.

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So these things, these events are big, they're massive events. And they are also big reminders. And you will not benefit from this. You will not benefit from Amazon. You will not benefit from Allah Shiva. And Allah differ.

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Except if you have one. If you have hardship,

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if you don't have to keep telling me about this as

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I speak as much as you want.

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And the loss of Hannah Montana told us this is sort of the NASDAQ remember, he mentioned the disbelievers on that day. What did he say about their hearts? will open your mind even when he found out Upsala fascia? Look when they have to show they have to show on that day? Why? Because now they see. So this something else you have to learn here? Why does a muscle panel what the island in this world especially

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cover from us? The action of amnezia? What does he cover this angel that pulls out the soul of the disbeliever? Why can't we see this? And why does he cover the Lord Shiva? Why does he cover the hole? You know sometimes when these big events and this preparation for the event, so they prepare everything in the stadium beforehand, so everything is there. And they invite the people then when you come in you'll see everything, but doesn't do this now. It's not like outside we see a very massive horn, and we sell it this is one day, someone's gonna blow it to this day he was going to blowing this

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almost covered all this away from us. The punishment of the grave or law covers

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us that if you are a sight

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to see before you sleep, then there's an angel that guides you. What is the state of DC? Why does the wall covering? why are all these things covered? And the answer to this one

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is so you can have true hardship of a loss of head on water. Because had you seen

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and asiya imagine you saw

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the angel come and rip out the soul of the disbeliever Well, you mentioned yesterday you buried someone

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And you just stood up on there, and you saw the angels with metal rods into smashing the person. You know what will happen? This person but they weren't raised enough space in this person

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because people will come out of fear of what they saw, not as a fear of alone.

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See how important caches are covered these events. So you can have true Hachette of him alone. imaginaries are crucial before you slip. And then you see the angel standing there by your side, you will never ever miss ever except the result.

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But that's not true.

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That's because you saw something. How are you going to just your Krishna, Allah helped you by covering these things, cover?

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Cover the angels as they read the soul out, come all these events. So now you can start building on your hardship. Now when you come to Russia, and you pray

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for yourself, you only came for a loss of Hello, Dad, you haven't seen any punishment? You haven't seen anything that depicts a day of judgment, you only feel the loss of hand over time. And this is the case of Apple mobile Lumia moto jack, so he came rushing to you, why did you just say something that was horrible?

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He feels alone. So he wants to learn. He's been that will come from the story in Sharla when we discuss.

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So this over comes as a continuation of the previous law to give us the genuine definition of Russia and how to get to this question. Now something very, very important and very, very sensitive.

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We have to mention before we can start with the sword, and there is the topic of being very careful about what we say when talking about the messenger

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but very sensitive manner. Very sensitive issue. So much so that in Melanie polar when I was with Hannah what I was revealing for him to the messenger after the usual that's whether the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada and some of the verses, some of the air, he threatens those that do not know how to behave with the messenger solo law. While he was suddenly we see that a loss of Hannah Montana criticizes the Bedouins that just took catching me to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam largely talking to one another,

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especially in Medina.

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And those that believe they will sort of muscle a lot of audio, send them in Mecca, and they followed him to Medina, these are better ones. And they are harsh in nature.

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That's their tone.

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And they would speak to the messenger some a lot of them casually, like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be within his house. They'd come outside, they'd say, yeah, Mohammed.

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Yeah, Mohammed.

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Mohammed, come out on us. Come out, we'll get a few questions, we got an issue we're going to speak to you.

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They will talk to the messenger like this, like they spoke to one another. And keep in mind

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there was no disrespect intended either. They didn't intend to disrespect him, but that's the nature. That's how they spoke. But most of what

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he disliked what he saw of them,

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of not respecting and honoring the messenger, some of

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them. So a lot revealed. He said, Well, I

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will totally

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do not speak aloud to him.

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The same way you speak aloud to one another. Because if you do this, and

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if you do this again, then I will cease

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or put it into your good things and you won't even realize

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Allah subhanho wa Taala addresses this issue again.

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He says, one level and the physical masala and know that among you is the messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now you can see in a minute

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if he the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was to follow your opinion in many issues, then you'll be in trouble.

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When I came to

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LA common event, was the yellow houfy Polycom but it is a loss of water Allah

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Indeed the faith to you, and he has beautified it in your hearts.

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Now, I just want to translate the verse, but I wanted to mention something a lot began this verse, by honoring the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, by telling us watch out the messenger is a monkey

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that's already on

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them this dimension of the word email.

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When I came to LA, de la comunidad, you know what we learned from this, we learn

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that to honor the messenger, is a part of email. This is how important it is to another messenger.

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So important, so much so that now it becomes a matter of eBay. You have a menu on the messenger, you don't have email, then you are on.

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What's this?

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So now

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so now there are two extremes. In regards to how Muslims relate to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we find two types of people. On the other hand, on one hand, you have people who almost have no respect whatsoever for us for a lot of our history.

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So these are people, and then most firms these days will say things such as international returns.

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But it's not mentioned in the Quran. You know, his job was to deliver the message. And we don't have to follow every single money data he revealed to us or he relayed to us, you know, there is also something the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he commanded us to follow him up to a copy of you have this one

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today for return copying, what is this?

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So there is a type of Muslims we're talking about, that have this type of disrespect or sort of loss all along.

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And on the other hand,

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the other people that relate to the messenger are people who have so much regard for you, so much love for you, that almost and sometimes actually convention,

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it gets to this level

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or they make different interpretations of it in the end, which are perceived as critical to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they give them interpretations, which are not even true to the language, right? So for example, you have some of the groups that will say,

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this is actually criticizing the messenger, so long running on seller. So we should not read this often in our solid. We should not read this book, often. Allah says alpha one. Also, it's a verse that depicts a bit of criticism. So

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this is from a loss of habitat. He's the one that's teaching his messenger service center, this verse, just by looking at it, it's no good to repeat too much. What is it? This is also this is deviated as well. So the Quran is very clean it's language, Allah says Billy said and Albion will be, that this will add his movie, and will be in actually means it's clean. And it clarifies. That's what it means it's clean in and of itself. And it clarifies other issues and other matters.

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And it's very easy to understand, let

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alone reveal the English language, so that you may understand. So we shouldn't be like,

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we shouldn't travel away from the real meaning

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and the genuine meaning that Arabic language, we understand these as being critical versus total sama, sama Salah so we understand that the way it's understood.

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So you can say this, and he made that. And that's the second type of Extreme Grip when it comes to any relation with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So we have to follow the middleware.

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That's why I love it as a matter of innovation. And the middle nation would mean that the way of the companions, the way of the setup, that's the way we have to follow in ordering the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam following his teaching sincerely without distortion. Now,

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with all this said, there is still a golden standard that we should not cross

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When speaking about the messages, especially the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And there is that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is free from sin,

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and that he does not disobey Allah subhanho wa Taala. Nor does he commit a sin.

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And this is pretty much a consensus amongst the amount that a lot of what Allah purified his heart.

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And he made it firm. And this is a golden standard principle. And he is an example and a role model for human character, and a loss of Hannah what the IRA has protected him from sin muscle.

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That's something we should all do. And this is part of our key to our belief.

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So all this in mind, let's begin our study with the soul of the soul of soul.

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And understand some of the wisdom and some of the particulars some of the wisdom

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behind this particular address. Why does the law say

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and what does this mean? How is it a criticism to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? What do we understand? What do we learn from this?

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How does our thornleigh

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commonly translated as he found me turned away?

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Now to understand this,

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we need to mention a background. A brief background to understand this verse in this context.

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So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was one day giving power to the high ranked to the elite of college.

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Some would say that he was getting down to earth but

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this was like a

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one of the most stubborn of cofell College and to Abuja, etc. Standing up was given down to these high class elite mannequins.

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And they were actually talking to him, this was Tommy habit.

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And compare this to other places in the plan. Sometimes they make fun of him, poking fun at the messenger insulting him

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making all these senseless comments. But actually, this time it's working out is down. It looks like there's some sort of progress that

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he's achieving something in his direction. Now on the other hand, as this province of Amalia Salim is engaged with is down to the most stolen of Quraysh. We have our tomato tomahto.

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And he is the cousin of Khadija.

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So he's close to the messenger. He's basically he's like,

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and he's a blind man. We know that he's a blind bat.

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And he's one of the most earliest to come into Islam.

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So we can't even disrespect him as well, because he is from a seven for what we hold high regard of him as well.

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And he was blind. And obviously, it's normally someone who's blind.

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They'll talk louder.

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They voice their vote, the voice will be louder, you know, so they can put their put the end point across.

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They have a loss of vision.

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So they can't see how people react to what they say. So in order to, to actually get and receive attention, though, speak louder. One since he is gone, which is the eyesight. So they'll make up for in another sense. And that is the voice. So really loud voice. So you can just imagine now

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the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is busy, giving Dawa to polish resumes. This is first time it happens. And all of a sudden we have our beloved woman rushing

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and he's blind. And he comes in he says yeah, Mohammed,

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Mohammed. And my news. Oh, he's not disrespecting the messenger because this whole is makeup. They haven't still they haven't been cultured yet. They haven't been taught. This is very new to them. They just brought down Islam. So

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at this point, so by him saying Yeah, Mohamed, you shouldn't disrespect him now and say, Well, what did he say?

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They still don't know this. This issue is not. So he rushed

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And he's and he's saying this.

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And he says over and over, why does he say it over and over? Because he didn't hear the response of the messenger.

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The Prophet doesn't even say why he doesn't even say anything.

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So he assumed the prophet in the mirror, so

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and louder.

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Now, most of that is messenger. At this moment, he's busy calling these confirm his lead.

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And as we said, it's not common, that the leaders of glacia actually sit down together and engage in conversation and discussion with the messengers of the lower your seller. Now understand that throughout history, the elite, the high ranking confirm of every nation, they rejected Islam, due to the pride due to arrogance.

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Why should we accept Islam? With these low class lowlife, poor weak pizitz?

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are with you? You know, look at the case of no hurry sir. These people say, I don't mean to like, should we believe in you? What America

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and these scum followers of yours, these loyal followers, but should we follow, if we follow you, then we have to be amongst these people, then our status drops, we can do this. Sorry. So that happened.

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We will lose respect for being with such people as our companions. This was the mindset of the disbelievers. And obviously, this is the same mindset as the disbelief of college. So you will also

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want to give us data, you come to us, we can't come to you, if we go to you, we're gonna be seen

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amongst low life, low class people, so you want to keep down and you come to us. So this seems like the situation we're

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gonna send them had gone to them

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while this event is occurring,

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so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was conveying the message of Islam, the belief, right, and tably is the belief that our means to get the message out, to get across to the other group. Now in this scenario,

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pay attention to these two issues.

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This the elite of Quraysh

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that are being given down by the prophet

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and they just about to see how to come

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and he's getting closer to the messenger. What could happen is they could walk away.

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We don't want to be seen in the presence of this lowlife, blind man versus walk away. I could walk away

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and is another issue. Another issue here. The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is getting somewhere it is dark.

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And our blood Mattoon who is already a believer, he can write.

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He can ask later. This it's not like he was gonna run away, or he's gonna go somewhere. He'll come back and see, what can't wait is this golden opportunity of giving power to the most elite that can't wait. If they turn away and walk? It's all over. We have an opportunity to hide lost.

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So from the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his point of view, he actually didn't do anything wrong.

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And Abdullah bin is blind.

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So actually, when a lot of us when he frowns, does the blind see Israel now say he wasn't even insulted.

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And another indication of the innocence of the messengers of Allah alayhi wa sallam is the law referred to as the love and romance.

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why does the law say the boy said he can give a solid excuse? He was blind.

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So he failed. So

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that didn't affect him. And it

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gives him excuses. Well, he was blind. Perhaps if he saw what he was engaged with, he wouldn't have not disturb. But he's blind. He couldn't see what the messenger was doing. So he rushes there.

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So actually, I do want

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He does not feel insulted

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And so have a look at this in Nepal and Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us Do not say off to your parents. And the scholars say if

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if there was a word, or an utterance less than off, Allah would have mentioned. But there's nothing less than

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that. In other words, the idea is does it make a sound to show them your disrespect? Yet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he doesn't even make a sell

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to displease this blood bed, he just found

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something that I'd love to see.

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So if you have us, he fell and hit our lap.

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He looked at it. And he turned away, and he continued his power with Polish with the disbelievers.

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And we said

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he did not notice that the professor was turned away either.

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then he turned away. And he

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only like two models. I know, he didn't notice that too.

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So, so the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not offend a believer at all.

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So if there is not a problem, why did Allah subhanho wa Taala send and reveal these as

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now and this is very important to understand.

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A loss of head of Medina has different standards based on someone's right. Your standards with Allah subhanho wa Taala rights, as you're right with the loss of Hannah who are dying arises. So as a Muslim,

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someone who submits to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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has a high standard.

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And as a movement, and as a believer who stays firm on his email, even after the most difficult of trials and tribulations,

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and he has an even more of our highest standard, there are like specs for him, and the emotion of the mood.

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These are perfect in their event, and perfect in the belief towards a loss of Hannover data, they have even more of a higher standard than others. And the messages of

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the prophets of all, they have the highest level of standard that a lot expects from them. So you cannot compete competing your standard

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to the profits standards.

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And also head of what Allah had the highest standard for the best of the messages. And he had the most highest of standards for a solid, solid Lavalier.

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And so a lot of head of water headed out. He is very, very, very sensitive to the most smallest, my unist of actions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In this case, it's just a gesture. It's just a frown on his face. Hold the right that. He picked him out on that. In another place. Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah sees the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam only turning his face towards the sky in sadness. The idea was he sitting down

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towards the side who said he was sad. He was in Madeira, and he had missed my camera. And he said, and a lot

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of this, he might put it this

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way he can

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we for sure have noticed you turning your head, your face towards the sky being said, find a new one.

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Don't worry, we're going to give you what you want. So it's at that time that the killer was changed to market just because of a turn that also a lot look towards the slide.

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This is the anomalous metadata towards is missing just on the law.

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He does a lot takes notice on it. And he makes over and over.

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We pray towards the gardener because of that look towards the calorie surplus. What a great messenger. What a great person someone love it you know.

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So there is a very intricate relationship between the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Allah subhana wa Tada.

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So keep this in mind. Just to give you

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have an idea of this standard issue. You know for us, it's compulsory to pray, how many prayers for 35 daily prayers for the messenger. There's something extra, only Laila Polina. It's made mandatory and obligatory and compulsory upon him that he prays the night prayer. How long how much of this night, this phone, half of that's the least he has to pray that's compulsory to pray half the night. What a standard. This is the standard expects from his messenger.

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Another thing for us, we speak about our right.

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Some of us here casually can give down. Some of us that are a bit low.

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They've been a little bit maybe they could give a listen once or once a month, twice a month. Let's ask them, but the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is giving our day and night. And he has to do this better

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than what big

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give this to the people 23 years don't stop. That's the standard a lot expects from his messenger.

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This is serious.

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Now even look at the case of now keep this in mind. That's that's the standard the likes picked from them. And also the prophets are even more excited to meet this standard. What do you think the prophets were burdened? They were more excited to meet the standard.

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Look at the case of musala he said

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why don't you throw in a gerbil a turbo.

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He rushes through a low

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tomika who said while you're rushing, you're too early.

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You think he's too early, because he wants the pleasure of a muscle head over the head. He's excited. He's excited to meet the standard of pleasing Allah. He's daily. He's at the mountain of the valley early. Look at the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is excited to meet the standard. When she is teaching in the Quran, he rushes to recite and to memorize so much

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the rush, the rush the haystack, in reciting and memorizing this parameter, relax, easy. So this is out of the zoom of the messenger.

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He's enthusiastic, he's excited to meet the standard, there are a lot of secret. So the messages.

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So the messenger sallallahu wasallam, or probably the prophets, all of them

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are still concerned about the standard. They want to make a progress. And please have also had a dialogue. And they understand that they have a huge responsibility upon them. And most of all, is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now you have to understand that he just doesn't get down to polish. He's not only giving down to polish, what this man

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does, in this short period of 23 years, he understands has implications for all of humanity to come.

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Because there's no message after him. And he knows this, say everything he does, literally literally, he has the weight of the world of his shoulders.

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So you can just imagine, he doesn't have a second choice. What he's going to doing 23 years

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is going to be a legacy that remains for life forever.

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So Pamela, look at the if you just saw history, and the revolutions that happen, revolutions, they would happen

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after people study books of philosophers, right, a philosopher just sat down and wrote, then the revolutionist took the ID. Then after many, many years, there was a revolution that

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began with summons for someone else to bestow, then use that implemented, then he was successful for many years that it failed. While

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he's doing, he's the one

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that is putting this legacy.

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And he's being taught from a muscle carnivore diet.

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And he's the one that has to carry this out.

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And he's the one that's on the battlefield, while the philosopher is in his room with his candle and he's writing diabetes.

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Then he passes on to someone else in the messenger, he is the leader. He's on the battlefield. He's the one that's getting injured. He's in the forefront. And it's his ID

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and his legacy. I mean, scalability is why figure out a way that in these 23 years, something big is going to be created after this. So this is a serious issue.

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So when we understand how much of responsibility he has, when he stands with one of the leaders of blush, and giving them data, he understands that if they accept this land, these correlations, they accept this lead,

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how much of strength Islam would have, you know, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is always in full, he's always concerned as to as to how he's going to bring this mission to the second level, to the next level. And this

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is a golden opportunity. This is the reason for which he turned away from our beloved.

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And some other comment, and say, it is more important to teach someone who's interested about Islam than a Muslim, it's more important

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to teach a non Muslim, as opposed to teaching a Muslim, because the Muslim can wait. Imagine you're in the budget, you're giving delta and non believer and a Muslim walks in, he's got a personal issue. Now he's got a question in regards to who

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you can wait, why can't Why is this, this believer? If he walks away, you just closed the opportunity. Imagine he was to take your head.

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What a blessing for the entire community that will be and perhaps for many people later, that will become Muslim through him. So the doubt a non Muslim is far superior than a tower to a Muslim, considering the good that comes out of it, even though both of them have good. So yeah, we have to understand the priorities here. Now Allah Subhana, Allah mentions,

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he frowns. And one of the beauties of this is the loss of Hana.

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In this verse is actually representing the messenger he's calling the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And in this is an indication that this is not the word of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam rather, it's the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Why? Why would the

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Salah represent himself? Why would he criticize himself? Because apparently, this verse

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gives us the ID, that the messenger is frustrated with Abdullah.

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And if this is the case, then why is it that every time after this, he'd meet this companion, Animal, you know what

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he'd say to Mr. Dimon at 70 of the, of the monotony fee.

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After this verse was revealed every time it's a Mcdo, it's a welcome greeting. To him, who my Lord called me out to him who my lord represented before.

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Let's have a greeting.

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And there was no sarcasm intended, the companions actually notice he had so much he had high regard for

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special regard for him after this incident, so much so that

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in the gentlelady, he mentioned that he would take, he would lay down his cloak for him. That's how much honor he had for it.

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So if this was the case, if he was upset with him,

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and if the M was his word, and he should be upset with him for a very long time.

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But this just goes on to show you that this is a loss of head of what that is word. And this is why I will select all accounts. So now avocet is a verb, that means to frown, and it's down his nose.

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And his frown

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is the bogey, you know of the forehead. When you're annoyed. It's just like it's the middle, just like this year, and turn away. That's verbose.

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And this is the very, very minimal of showing frustration as opposed to others.

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words used in the poorer to describe an angry face, you have carry food in the toilet. So you can hold. It means to grind your teeth due to anger, you borrowed your teeth. That's scary. Another word that you're

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speaking about that, that disbeliever that turned away from the missing disel Alumni Center, you're not only the best

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person to pass out, what that means is that you fail, you fail so much that your face becomes valuable.

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That's so bizarre. So we see that the least minimum,

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just a friend of frustration,

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was just shown on the face of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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revealed a ad about it, to forbid it

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upon Polly is messenger, and to raise the already great character of solo love Ronnie O'Sullivan to the next level. So we learned from this, the loss of Hannibal dalla is watching every single thing as small as it is, we have to be aware of the subtleties of our actions. And we have to understand that we will be taken into account. So most of our data commits on others on the messenger, so a lot of it was because the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a role model in many things, to make a big deal out of it. Why does he make it into play? Because the Prophet is a role model. In many things. He's a father. He's a role model, as being a neighbor, being a judge. And one of these roles

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is that he is a leader.

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And when people follow a loving leader, they are firm in following Him, they love him, they have respect and regard for him.

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And if he makes them feel unimportant, then the group breaks down gradually, as a whole. So each Companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, they are all equally convinced that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loves them the most nuts true leadership. Now,

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it is possible

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out of a weak and poor companions might have seen the situation that also was giving down to the elite and I belong to is just rushing, there could have been a possibility that they will put competitors at the back somewhere far that they saw this. And then another situation, I don't know what's going on, but they can see it.

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And they could have felt that the prophets of Allah alayhi wa sallam is giving more attention to Quraysh instead of a weak believer.

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So this actually would undermine the status of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a leader, so one lets his companions know how important they are by addressing His Messenger saying,

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so Allah subhana wa Taala corrected such doubts by showing that the believing companions of the prophets of Allah, Allah, better and more worthy of receiving the attention of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that they are better in the sight of Allah Subhana Allah than the elite disbelievers of gaulish. So Allah subhana wa tada Allah actually, in this verse, He comes to the aid of the companions, this comes over and over in almost dialysis while at

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the turn your eyes away from them, some of the most toughest aid in Nepal and we actually find they come in the defense of the companions normally.

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In another place, Allah Subhana Allah says that Mr.

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miromar healing.

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It is early as the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon you, that you are lenient towards them. So what is the mercy that are not counted upon His Messenger in this verse? It wasn't that he's receiving revelation. It wasn't a small garage. It wasn't that he gave him a gopher it wasn't

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he saying a mercy that I gave you is that you're leaning towards the companions. Then he says,

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left for Bowman, how long have you been hard, harsh, hard, rigid in speech, they would have flooded and ran away away from me.

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And then he says 400 Whoa, you know, pardon, there was no fear level, seek forgiveness for them, I wish I would have been filled up and seek a consultation in your affairs in your marriage, why make them feel important?

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making them feel important. That's how much regard there has to be for the companions. So, Allah subhana wa tada reviews this episode, in defense, and in eight of the companions. Note, actually what the messengers did that he should never do again, he should never do it again. It will come up later on in the air. So

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we see that Allah subhana wa dialler

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he honors the companions, and he orders the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to take care of them, and to be merciful towards them, to pray for them, even though this verse is talking about companions, that actually disappointed the messenger, that he had all right to go out. But Allah teaches him true leadership, and what real leadership is, and in order to keep this oma connected, and in order for Islam to be brought to its next level, this cannot happen, this cannot fall through.

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Whereas here you got

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to, he is repeatedly repeatedly saying screaming out now Mohammed, Mohammed, and keep in mind that Allah subhana wa, tada when he addresses the messenger.

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So yeah,

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that's how he calls upon and addresses the messenger. So we said already that I belong to when he says, Yeah, Mohammed, obviously, they haven't been cultured yet. And this is still something new to them. So most of what that is messenger, he didn't offend him. He didn't even say to him, wait, you know, but even he didn't even say, wait. And you know,

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like, this, we do most of our days. Now, this is always, if someone wants to, you're talking to someone or someone comes, just wait a second. You know, all y'all look back at this for two minutes of going back, say two minutes, or you say, Wait, but he actually the Prophet didn't want to hurt his feelings. So he doesn't even say to him Why only DBZ frown. That's all. And I'm

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just thinking that the message that they gave me, that's all good server. That's the case. And one more thing in Charlotte, I'll probably will conclude with this. And we say that a loss of more data

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is so merciful to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he now addresses you using third person, this will conclude with this just so you can see the beauty of this verse, he says, so the one that he found, and he turned away, as opposed to it being in the second person, which would have been a pastor, or later, you found a new term, and what is the sentence.

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And when you want to represent someone, and you represent the third person, it is actually going easy on him.

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And if you do represent him and won't even criticize him, in the second person, you actually go and hide. Imagine, listen, as an example, you're in a class, and one of the students has done something really bad, right? He needs to be disciplined.

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And you're going to send him home for that day, or you're going to send him to the principal's office. So you, you talk in the class, and you say, there's a student that did something really bad to him over he does it to him, but he won't feel that bad.

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Because you're addressing in the third person, there's a student that did something bad. Whereas now imagine you walk in and you say you have a you you did something really, really terrible today, that will make you really feel bad, you know, really, really bad and everyone knows it. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, he goes easy on the province.

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He says

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he failed and he turned, although these are referring to the prophet SAW that law is a law, but it just just through the language, we understand that most of heladera is merciful to His Messenger when he's warning him when he's reprimanding him. So what kind of what kind of relationship can you find better than this? And this just through the language that

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I tell you in each language, there are a lot of things that are hidden. That's why you should give a lot of preference in learning the Arabic language because learning the Arabic language, and what the Arabic grammar rules imply, will teach you a lot about before. So you learn today, third person addressing and reprimanding someone in third person

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In the Arabic language, it means you'll be going easy on it. You represent someone in second language, you actually go harder.

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This is all found in the Arabic language. There are lots of hands on what Allah says. And

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it tells us the reason why he felt. You know why he turned away because the blind men came to ensure more data, and we'll discuss this next week. First, there was some kind of data to like as people

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will benefit from the reminders of

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data gathered Amina Mohammed, while he was so happy

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