Adnan Rajeh – Sunday Tafseer HalaqahBeginning of Surat AlHashr.

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The Surah culture emphasizes the importance of learning from history and appreciating aspects of life that were not appreciated. The negative impact of Islamist extremists on society, including the ban on deadly powder and upcoming trial of two terrorist, is emphasized. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to learn from past experiences and take responsibility for their actions, as well as avoiding double-standing and protecting oneself in public settings. The importance of learning from past experiences and taking responsibility for their actions is emphasized.
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First of all, please feel free to continue enjoying your socialization in the hall and the also the extension of front and

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wherever else you like so people can follow the Hello console is likeable Lafayette.

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We're gonna continue to show what's on it this week from where we left off last week.

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We had concluded Surah themajor that our last week and this week we're planning in Sharla are going to start with the FCM sutra hotshot

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page 545 within a

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Madani print of the Quran.

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Again, if you don't mind socializing in the hall or the extension that would be highly appreciated

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it's not gonna lock here. Baraka Luffy como thank you for showing up obviously, and blessing us with your presence and attending the socials and all Baraka Luffy was very much appreciated support to the efforts of the youth in our community trying to

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perform as much outreach as possible throughout the month of August

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Surah Al Jarreau is the second surah

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within the cluster that we began a few weeks ago, which is the from certain majorda to honey, which is the 28th Juice of the Quran. And towards the end of the Quran, each is its own group of surahs, meaning the groups of souls in the Quran usually don't follow, meaning just every clump of the clumps of Surah is that kind of talk about the same topic, don't necessarily follow the beginning of a desert and end up another one. But at the end of the Quran, they do so the last three years of each one of them is as a group. And I started this holiday a year and a half ago and we began with sort of a path. And the goal was to perform to go through the Tafseer what is called a Mufasa Quran,

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the comprehensive

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and the Mufasa. And the Quran is from path to and ness to the end and facade of the facade is from Aloha to NS the last little piece there. And

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they're called that for a reason because basically Allah subhanaw taala at the end of the last forges of the Quran, the path basically is the beginning of the last four pages of the Quran, or at the end of the fifth.

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He subhanaw taala summarizes all of the topics, all of the

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concepts that were explained in the first 26 pages of the Quran, which is why I think it's very much worth your time as a Muslim to to know the translate the RFC of the explanation to understand these last four digits of the Quran to memorize them. I mean, if you're not someone who is big on memorization, no problem. No the last for ages, just know the last four digits and you have pretty much all that you need. And if you add to them, obviously, the end of total Bacara and Christians

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and whatnot, that's great. But if you don't,

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then just the last purchase, or have have almost everything that you require, which is why I this is not the first

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time playing around with the this is not the first time I've done them. I've done I've done these last four years in the Quran in Arabic and English a number of times. And I was hoping to do it here and show us because it's recorded and that way people have access to the, to the information or or the concepts.

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The first group within the within the last four years from path to Al Hadi talked it was I call it just an animal caught on that's the gist or the cluster of comparisons, where each surah is offering you an option between two things and it's almost like you're asking, it's it's not almost it's asking you within the proper logical continuation of questions, what you want to do. Bob is saying, Are you someone who do stand for righteousness or for falsehood? And does that matter to you? And if the question is, answer is yes, righteousness, you move on to sort of theory that asks the question whether you are going to live with purpose versus aimlessly if the answer is no purpose, then you

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move on to social tour, except going down to the end, where you established your thought process of being someone who will live through righteousness purposefully through guidance with certainty of knowledge, understanding the blessings in the boundaries that you have, not failing to be failing to utilize them and then thus being punished nor failing to be grateful, thus losing them, knowing which group you belong to and so forth in a while, and then making sure that you have the right balance of spirituality, or about when and BA Haryana apparents and essence

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just in moja della or this cluster from jaydata Hareem is very different. All of the sutras are revealed in Medina, most of them in the late Madani period, was them towards the end of his life. So Allahu Allah, he was like you said them, and it's just a time Well, that is the gist that teaches us how to organize and how to deal with different groups.

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Each just each so

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oran takes an aspect of of treat of organizing your relationships with people around you. And it talks about it Surah three Mujaddid I talked about organizing the relationship amongst Muslims individually within the Muslim community individuals. So we talked about the relationship between spouses, which is the first part of this sort of making Lohar haram, the act of oppression, removing the act of aggression and pointing it out as haram. It talks about secret counsel the relationship between Muslims as they try to run their their business. It talked about the aspect of Muslims being welcomed in any Muslim space at the festival without gala shows Ventures we are in Lahore, Latina

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Herman, the relationship between Muslim individuals and their leaders within the community, between Muslim individuals

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amongst themselves and the alliances and the and the sense of belonging that they have to have towards one another, which is the last piece of the surah that I explained last time. So the hashtag, different it talks about organizing relationships with other groups within the Muslim community. It's a very delicate, very interesting difference. And so the majority data is between individuals and amongst each other. And hashtag is talking about your relationship with other Muslim groups with or groups of the Muslim society. You see the hijab, and I'll give you the context and shalom, all of it. But I just want to make sure you understand why certification is important. Even

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you know, especially for us,

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because of the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa salaam established this new community, and nothing like it has been had been established before. Why? Well, because the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, united people and brought them together not based on ethnicity, culture, race, which is what usually would bring people together, in Arabia, at least. And if you, if I'm not going to go outside of the peninsula, people only clumped up based on these things. That's why they came together

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with the prophet Isaiah slots and brought them together based on an idea. And the fabric of this society was very diverse. You have people from very different backgrounds in terms of lineages is someone playing around with it?

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Maybe see, ABC if I blow someone's upside in, because this making a lot of, they usually can adjust it, if they want to make sure someone's actually recording it are awesome. I

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have to repeat it later.

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So the date, the diversity of the Muslim society was something that also was not was not, there was no example or precedents for it within within the peninsula, at least again, there may be examples historically, elsewhere, that there's no really point getting into because it's not relevant to the story.

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So a lot of groups were born into this Muslim community. So silos of groups of Muslims started to groups of people started to appear. And these groups didn't all see eye to eye on certain things, they didn't all agree on everything, and didn't all have the same goals or the same value system even. And so Azure comes in and talks about how we're supposed to deal with all of these differences. And where the line is drawn.

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Sora, in my opinion, when I whenever I'm asked to summarize, in a word, I say, this is the sort of citizenship to Hashem is a sort of citizenship and talks about what that means, what it means to belong to a larger group. And then what that means in terms of what relationships you have with the other groups within that larger group, because it's never that simple. It's never just one group. And we're all the same. It's always we're one group, but then there are little patch, patches of groups, smaller groups that are all around, where people aren't all the same, which is why it's a little harsh, but I believe, you know, carries a certain degree of importance. You

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know, even beyond that, it's beyond just cultures, even even in terms of belief systems, which we'll talk about, we'll, it will go through a number of examples and Charlaine will, once we go through it, you'll understand why I'm making, I'm doing this introduction for you. So let's talk about the context of the beginning of it, or why it was the name of it.

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In the fourth year of Hegelian,

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after the Battle of Buddle and after the Battle of bullhead. The Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam was in a position where for many of the tribes of Arabia, he was getting he was becoming a dangerous person, they start to fear him, they started to feel uncertain, because now the structure of power in Arabia was no longer stable.

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Even after the there was a lack of stability there because the number of Muslims was still increasing and the prophit assaults them was properly the organization of Medina as a country was becoming much more powerful than people anticipated.

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So there were movements amongst the tribes to try and take him out on his salatu salam, and that's that's understandable. He went through 19 separate or different assassination attempts, only his thought was, he tried to kill 19 times

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Scalia's thought was not many of them in Mecca, but many of them also occurred in Medina.

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The prophet is still out there with them, the first thing he did, or the first year, he did a number of things. One of them was Maha one of them was building the Masjid. But the third piece that people sometimes forget about is that he he built the first constitution.

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Medina had a constitution is one of the most underrated documents that we have within Islamic history. It's something that I feel like we don't we don't celebrate enough and don't talk about enough.

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Mostly mainly because the document in in the Arabic language a little bit complicated, because it talks a lot about tribes, it names out, it names a lot of tribes, and it used and the names of tribes are usually complex and long. So people, once they read the first five words, they get tired of it, and they want to move on to something different, because it's just complicated. But the concepts that are being explained within this constitution is very, very meaningful, because the Constitution pointed out the role of every group within Medina in terms of, of where they stand for the larger picture that are the country itself, pointing out that everyone has the right to their

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religion, everyone has the right to their land, everyone has the right to their wealth, no one will be removed, no one's wealth will be threatened. You don't have to protect the defend every aspect of the Muslim being you'll have to defend their religion, for example, you don't have to pay for their money, you don't have to pay taxes towards them. But you do have to make sure you have to keep the place safe, you have to defend it with the Muslims if needed, or at least you don't stand against them. Some of the tribes, some of the Al Kitab tribes, because there were a number of tribes Jewish tribes that lived in Medina. But no Cordova no pain, no cobble bundaleer. And then there's a lot of

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other ones that are smaller, that the names aren't as famous, but they were there. And not all of them signed the Constitution fully. Some of them had some caveats. Some of them had some key that we don't, we don't, we're not going to defend, but we're never going to, you know, carry on, but we won't ever fight against you, and we will never work against you, we will always we're citizens of this country, and we will be a part of the meeting, we will definitely participate financially, whatever, whatever you need, but we're not going to bear arms.

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But this was something that all people living in Medina had agreed to everyone signed, all the tribes and the tribes actually found it extremely, extremely refreshing, because this was not something that happened before usually, if a conqueror enters in then we Luca, either

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do our job. Earlier, the left kings when they enter towns or cities, what they do is that they they they

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spread fear amongst people because they want to be you know, revered. And then they take those who are powerful in the city, and they humiliate them. So everyone gives offers for submission, not the prophets of Allah. He's like, No, he came, and he said, No, no, don't worry, your What was your faith? Keep it. Where's your wealth, keep it your land, it's all yours. No one will touch any of that. No one will come near you. I'm not asking for that. I'm asking for a partnership. I'm asking for this to be a place where everyone who comes here is going to be well, as long as welcome as long as they as they follow the rules of what we're going to live by. And they don't work against people.

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They're not trying to actually sabotage the this country

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that was just knew that they are who didn't believe this was possible. They were ready for a full blown war. That's what they thought was waiting for them. They were already in communication with the people of Haifa. And they were ready to because this is not there.

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But then the Prophet It is thought to us and I'm brightest constitutions that will sign

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and the wording in the context of us. It'd be de to him. But what I'm what I love them.

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These words were never been spoken in that form before. So they all signed, they signed, they were happy to sign

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because he didn't think he would didn't think this would last.

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A big part of it, that he didn't think this was going to last How is it going to last? How is Mom? How is are these? A couple of people from this mix from curation yesterday? And

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how is this mix of 1500 people going to stand actually withstand the the tide the tyranny of correlation? The other tribes in the regions are possible, but we'll sign because he's uh, he's basically telling us you're safe and yes, we'll be a part of this, this new country.

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And then he wanted better.

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Then he won in bugger. And people are like, Why? Who? Who died? Who's? Who's gone? Yeah, they're all They're all piled up and thrown into a big grave. You're talking about you're talking big names. You're talking about hacking live in Asia, you're talking about a book three evening Asia, you're talking about Shaybah Robbie,

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Robbie, these are names that you know, shook, shook shook the peninsula. They're all gone and the Prophet it started with the number of Muslims and increasing more and more immigrants more and more Maha Julene then odd happened and they thought well, how did the end of it or I'd only made them stronger. Like the setback. That's how you know, by the way, if something's going to going to survive if the setback doesn't kill it

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If there's a setback and it kills at the end, then you know this was not meant to meant to be. But when they when there's a setback and only makes them stronger mean the only the only rebound quicker in the in the end they learn from mistakes and they move forward with more with more, you know, with more energy than you know that this this is this, this is designed to survive. So actually what happened after odd was more was more reasonable to be afraid.

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Yes, it actually brought out a lot of

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the people who never let go. We're always hoping that the Muslims failed, they came out of the woodworks hoping to see if they can take another job but Muslims, but the fact that the Muslims didn't fail, made everyone worry more and the Noah story cobblestone off work work towards trying to get the Prophet alayhi salatu salam assassinated and because of that, you know, he was taken out himself like the Muslims were able to take him out himself. But I don't know Do you had worked out an agreement with

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other munaf elite in Medina. And the head of monopsony, the head of the initial talk about monopoly and this was going to talk about them for sure, because they're a group. They're a group in the in the medina young Muslims, not all of them are the same. Some of them are more hygiene. Some of them are are sought. I'm sorry, amongst themselves, you don't fully agree because postage and oats have been fighting for years. So you have the Muslims and they're from two different groups. And then you have the masjid again. They're just those who are the pagans who lived in Medina who did not believe in it, who had not converted they they held on to their Deen, they weren't forced, by the way.

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People don't remember that piece. None of that a lot of people in Medina for the first at least for the majority of his life, it is so simple. were pagans when we should again never accepted Islam lived in Medina. And then you had those who accepted Islam but didn't do it because they actually believed in it. You could have argued, well, we'll just stay a pagan no one said anything but they saw that there was a wave. The Prophet Allah Islam was they wanted to ride the wave, there was a punk, there's issue of popularity, the Prophet alayhi salam was brought something new. People talked about it, you know, when something's just interesting, you may not fully agree with it. But it's

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interesting. It's the topic of discussion. That's all people talked about is what the Muslims, like, whenever they came in, during the time of his life on his sides. And whenever people were sitting down to eat, that's all they talked about, just like was just like COVID and 2020. That's all people talked about, is what he did. We don't even like COVID or care about or believe in it. But it's we're gonna talk about it. That's all we talked about. So Muhammad Ali, you saw some of the Muslims were not where there was something to see. He brought people from he brought people from Quraysh. Living in their homes now in their homes. Yeah. Are they there's divided their own homes, and yet

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they ended. But it's a masjid.

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What do they do? They're like, it's just interesting.

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They want to war, the beat. It's just something to talk about. And he kept talking and he saw some always, it was always things happening. They were always moving forward building something new. The Constitution was a big deal.

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No city in Arabia had one. Not even Croatia. There was never any there was just one tribe living in a city. Anyone who else came in had to be a molar of the tribe. You know, the word Mola. Mola means someone attaching themselves to the tribe. So and this is very common. It happened obviously didn't die off, it continued. But that's we're all in my early to debate in the valley here. So technically speaking, we're all attached to the Prophet. It starts on family, they're the they're the midst of it were the molars. We were a part of that group. But this was how every city worked. And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam pulled out a piece of paper and said, no sign, sign you no one touches

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your faith, no one touches your religion. No one touches your wealth or your land, you are responsible for the financial well being of this country, we will defend you and you either defend us or don't work against us. And they're like, Sure, well, where do we find where do we sign we're equal we don't have to, we don't have to feel we have to walk around feeling weak and we're fine. It's a big deal.

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But then he became too strong it you saw to some people don't like that. So but one of the one of the tribes worked with some of them will have to clean headed by Abdullah bin obey bin Salman,

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in agreement with people from Quraysh. And from haber that the best way to end this is that we wait until the Prophet It is awesome would would frequently or periodically visit these tribes would go and visit them. If there was someone who was elder who was sick. If there was if he was asked to come for food, he would go like he was not he did not live in exclusion of the tribes of Al Kitab. No, he would go anywhere. He would involve them and speak to them and include them in the decision making process. And he makes sure that if they were needed anything that you and if he needed something out of his slot to us then Then why go LSP would go to those drives. And the agreement was

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that they would try and do that. So in the fourth year, who won the profiler, you saw those. This is the majority of scholars meaning they believe it happened before I said before the Battle of conduct of the trench. Some scholars believe this happened after it so that could be the case as well, but the majority believe it happened before the Battle of the Trench. The prophet Ali Assad was in a

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A long convoluted story that I'm not going to bore you with. But a Muslim had

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got into a, I've been taken captive. And then he fought his way through. And then he saw two people on the road and he killed. He killed two people that ended up being allies of the Muslim allies of the Muslims. They belong to a tribe that were allies. He didn't know. He didn't know he thought he was being killed. He thought they were threatening him. So he thought he killed him. And then he found out that they're actually a part of the Muslim Alliance. So the Prophet Allah usados de and now Houma. I'm going to pair the Bitpay their idea, because they're our allies. And this was when you did this by mistake. And you were he didn't make that brother Muslim pay for it. He said, I'll

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pay it for him guy will go and bring it and seek the wealth to pay it off. So he didn't have the money out of his slot to Sam, imagine this. He runs a country doesn't have the money to spend for this talk. It's not available. He doesn't have like, No, he didn't, he didn't. So he went by No, no deal is plan was to go and ask for a loan. He did this a lot. He paid off all his loans out of his sources. I've never wanted to cheat them out or any any amount of money, they've asked him for a loan, because it's a large amount that he needed all at once. So we go this year, he's going in.

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He wasn't naive, Ali salatu salam, he knew that people may have ideas, so he always had people on the watch. He always had people on the on the watch for stuff

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goes in these in the house of one of the elders and speaking now, what they had done is they had put someone on the roof of one of the homes that he would have to walk

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by after he was done. And there was a big boulder. The idea was when he comes he would just push it and then run. And then it would take too long to figure out who did this. And at the end of it. That's what they had planned up, we'll come to the valleys so I thought some ice as he was in the meeting, and tell him they're going to try and kill you.

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We earlier saw played it cool. He had I think one of the narrations says it was on what others say it was aid to take a look. So he did and he saw the guy standing on he saw someone standing on the roof, he confirmed that that's where they're going to do it. So the Prophet Isaiah saw two of them left and left from a different place he left really quickly. By the time he was outside, he called upon one of the elders and he said this is what you were trying to do. And we saw the person on the on the roof and there was the boulder. And

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why is this happening? We signed the Constitution together this is there's an agreement here.

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I want the person who's responsible for this to be held accountable. And so they said no.

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They said no, we stand by what we did.

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And the for to find themselves. Why? Because I'm the loving of aliens who told them in case this doesn't work out. Then we just go to war. We have support to full on we have supportive and learn they have support. You know we're gonna we're gonna end this internally. But he couldn't do it outside on the battlefield. We'll end it internally so if you can do it and just just kill him right then and there. So Allah Allah cyber Salam great not then we we take it to the next level. So when the leader refused to follow the law, he refused to bring to justice someone who tried who betrayed basically someone, someone who went against what was agreed upon in the Constitution, they refused.

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They said, No, we stand by it, and we're gonna go to war. So they fortified themselves within their castles and within their neither person their high walls. And our beloved women said who is working on the inside quietly, and ideas that hybrid is going to send and that was the idea. Of course, that didn't happen. That's not what ended up happening. But that was that's why were the surah actually occurred.

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I'm going to read with you the first maybe two or three verses. Now the way this is the way this tool tells the story, it tells a story from the end backwards, meaning this coming is talking about what actually happened going backwards and commenting on things. So the way that we read it, you're gonna see that the end of the story is what the sewer starts with. So it's not going through the story in a chronic chronological method, kind of going backwards. So what I'll do is I'll read it with you and then I'll tell you what's going to happen next as we go through the verses that point them out just so that I don't speak for too long without reciting some of the bias so we'll start in

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Charlotte from the beginning of sorts LaShawn

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will be later he Nina shaytani, Raji.

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Bismillah Juan Manuel Rafi

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Saab Balilla Hema is Dr. Murphy

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one who will Azeez will hacky?

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Who will levy Roger lezzy Kapha who mean leaky.

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mal Bonin to a road you

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one knew and many i to whom I also know whom I mean a lot more

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so there's a bunch of going on in this one that recited so we'll go through them one by one just for your own kind of

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knowledge well one no so you give the knowing to account so it's one you do and then the well on top of it isn't met so you go well one new and they do that for for for accounts and so the new one again whenever there's a new one with a shredder on it that's almost like that's the strongest and most clear winner in the Quran unknown or a me with a shudder on them it's just there is no debate needed you don't need to learn this from multiple sources to verify it's really clear clear cut a noon with a shudder mean what they shut down with that little bit then immediately is going to get to count and right away and then you have a mean right after it with a with a shutdown it was also a

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two count so in whom many i to him and then again, he'll Sue whom the new two memes come together so it's like a meme with the audience. So again, assume in Allah so you have 12341 And then one bed for account so this is a good idea to kind of use to practice getting those women through with the proper with the proper timing. But who hula hoop in Hawaii through lemmya Cebu

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welcome furphy Punahou be him or warmer

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your cream boo boo you to whom B add him add me meaning

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fat Toby young,

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only for

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so he began to Subhana wa Tada. And you're gonna find a number of sources in this desert that start similarly, so Subhanallah he or you said behold, you will find this in surah. Obviously, we caught we talked about this quite a bit and sort of headin so to Surahs ago. It was total harsher. And they're going to find it again in sort of soft and then again sorted in Joomla. And then again in sort of the Harbin so they're going to find it a number of studios where he used his Saba Saba as an exalted

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there are two meanings to the word to be one other is to exalt Allah, which is the main meaning for it and that's the for sure that the central meaning for it, but this via has also just an increase of frequency of remembrance, that's also the usage of this word that is that is very much appropriate. So seven Balilla, he, this is saying, Oh, this is establishing that everything within the cosmos map is similar it will not fill out on everything that is on earth, continues to exalt Allah. And it's there with the goal of saying that you must do the same.

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So you must that's why these this is there they did i starts by saying that other verses start similarly say, establishing or confirming that everything exalts God, everything whether they whether things do it intentionally and by and by the command of Allah or their existence is evidence that Allah is Exalted. There are two ways for this to for you to understand this I and I think they're both important. So I can exalt Allah by saying Subhanallah you hum to him, something can actually exalt Allah in its own way. Well, Eman che in it Allah you said, it will be handy here. Well, I can learn if Kahuna to speak on everything. exalts God, and I'm Tara and Allah. You said

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before that who manifests similar to mine, Phil already will tell you Rosa 13, Kowloon, pada, Ali masala tegu what has to be how everything exalts God, including the birds that are flying in the sky, everything knows how to pray salatu how to connect with him. Everything knows how to exalt Him, even if you don't know and you can't hear it and you're not aware of how they exalt Allah, everything exalts ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So everything does it actively, but also everything exalts God through their own existence, meaning their existence is evidence to the fact that He is exalted. Meaning their existence the fact that they are there is evidence that Allah subhanaw taala is the

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exalted one, and that's another meaning that's very important to remember.

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Balilla him IV Sam Allah do you know that everything is just one big piece of evidence that Allah subhanaw taala is a support will produce, that He is the Exalted and that he is the unparalleled, everything around you is just pointing in the direction for you to understand that Allah subhanaw taala is beyond time and space and, and the flaws of the human race and any other creation that made may be taken us similar because nothing is similar to him. subhanho wa Taala why is this, these verses at the beginning of the sutras so that you are more likely to listen to him subhanho wa Taala when he organizes your life for you,

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so that you are more likely to follow the rules when he explains this is how you need to do it. Watch out for one, two and three. Don't be don't do don't make these mistakes. Don't fall into these traps, and make sure that you perform 123 You're more likely to listen if you know that everything is just continuously exalting Allah subhanaw taala.

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For the lack of a better word in English, I would say that at the beginning of the sutras, Allah subhanaw taala is selling himself to you. Not literally but figuratively trying to say this is who I am. Listen to what I have to tell you. I'm telling you don't don't do this. But why would I listen to you? Because Subhanallah He manifests on our team a lot because everything is evidence of his oneness and his exaltation. Jealousy when everything exalts, and that's why, because there's nothing similar to him not even remotely. So why wouldn't you? Who else are you going to listen to? So that's why, at the beginning of these verses are the sewer, he is he uses this terminology, subhanaw

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taala, to remind us, that's why you're going to listen, that's why I'm going to give you commands, and you're going to listen to the commands that I'm going to give you because who else are you going to listen to? Do you have some other source, you have someone else who said bahala, whom if it's similar to mine, Philip, you have some other source of knowledge or revelation or law,

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this user is going to have a lot of law in it. Go back to the just go back to the full year and a half of Halaqaat that we ran in this ministry where I explained to you cough to Al Hadid. Give me one time I use the word law.

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Based on any of the verses not once none of those sewer talked about law. They don't have law in them. There's no God, there's no fear. There's no outcome, there's nothing. You're actually not being none of those stores talked about aspects of organizing behavior in any way. It just talked about. They just talked about faith and belief and values and principles. No an organization this is different, is going to go into the details of organization and behaviors.

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But the beginning of the sutras SubhanaHu maphis. Some of it is just to make sure that you're more likely to listen and more likely to follow the command not that he needs to supine or whatever he does that Allah in the Quran. Most Chiemsee will Bahawalpur Marie when heard he will lead us He will audibly you wouldn't know when I've seen all these oaths. Why? But after the Hammonds occur, those who who purify themselves will find will find success in the life this life and the hereafter and those who don't will be very disappointed. Well, you could have just said that at the beginning. No, he's trying to sell it to you. I swear to you, I take an oath by everything that you know that this

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isn't just just to emphasize the importance just to make sure you're listening. Sometimes that's needed the human brain. That's how the human brain functions. And

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so who will Aziz will Hakeem and he is the unfathomable. He is the one that you cannot fully comprehend or understand so that he will give you so if you don't understand why he's saying something to you, or why he's telling you to do that, it's okay. Okay.

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He's unfathomable. If you if you could understand every aspect of him, he wouldn't be God anymore. And break them down to elements and he's not God. Tell Elijah, Allah Jalla, Jeremiah, anything that you can break down into its elements and comprehend in essence is not God. It could be a powerful being but is not God. Allah subhanaw taala. By default, if you understand the amount of Allah's power, then by default, you cannot fathom, you cannot comprehend Him. If you if your brain can't comprehend Him, then he's not got anything your brain can comprehend is not a deity. Not by by by, by definition by default. Of course, he's the disease. Of course, he'll tell you to do certain

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things you may not fully understand. But that's scary. What if he tells me to do something that's gonna ruin me? No, he is. Hakeem, is it ICS Hakeem, he is the most wise he will only tell you to do things that are beneficial for you. So don't worry, I understand why these names come together a lot. That's why because he will command you. And you're like, I don't understand. Why do I have to do it? Don't worry, he's hacking. He's not telling you to something's going to harm you. Trust faith, boy, what's the point?

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You'll explain things you may understand it, you may not fully understand it. You may understand that later. Today.

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Today, we have a much better ability to understand the Quran we really do.

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That doesn't. People don't seem to understand I see this. Every time I say this. I get somebody who doesn't.

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I'm not saying that. We're not somehow we're better. We're better scholars than the earlier No, no, listen to me. There are

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ability to comprehend the Quran in the early ages was limited because of the limitations they had of knowledge at the time. And, and their, the lack of ability to zoom out from what actually just happened a couple of decades before. Now we're 1400 years later, we zoom out and we see his life. So Allah, Allah CIBJO Salam on a plate of just a spread in front of us, we have a good understanding of exactly what happened, we see the beauty of exactly when things were revealed and why they were revealed and how they affected that. And we see the effect of his teaching subhanaw taala. On the next week, because we saw the history, we saw the effect of these teachings over the next 500 years.

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And then what happened when people stopped doing it in the next 500 years. So we actually have the ability to build to understand what he's saying supine without it. That's what I'm trying to say. That's important. Those who are taught this immediately, we're going with them, they're going with it, it's made sense. So they're going with it. But now 1400 years later, we have the ability to analyze, I mean, like amazing,

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precisely preciseness and the the accuracy of what's being taught the timing, everything is just it's, it's majestic. That's why it's so important to learn.

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So we have that ability. So it's very depressing when we don't, it's very saddening, when people don't appreciate exactly what's being said, and you have to take the time, it's mind blowing, it's beautiful. Like, why didn't the festival say that moon festival was living still in the midst of you can expect a player in the middle of a game to appreciate the moments, that game will become

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an iconic moments that historically, after it's done, the person who was in the midst of it didn't think it didn't know what was iconic at the moment. And again, I'm a sports fan. So I'm just talking to other things that matter as well. But in the midst example of sports are moments that are that's it that engraved in the mind of every person who loves that sport knows that moment, and but the person in the midst of it didn't know you're just going with the flow, they don't know that. It's only the ability years later to analyze the importance and the and the weight of that one moment and what achievement, then that goes for everything that goes for all aspects of life. Your big aha

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moments in life, you don't know they are like, no one's playing the drums behind you as the moments happen. There's no like background music that comes in to know that this is a big moment for you know, just a regular moment. It's only years later, you'll look back and be like that moment changed the trajectory of everything. That one moment in my life that changed so much for me, but you didn't know at the time and you're not supposed to you're not held accountable. I was like I should have no no you should know. Oh, he's like a lucky thank you so much. No, no, there's no way for you to know, impossible. He's just That's how life is. So the Sahaba and they've been they love the Quran, they

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understood the Quran, but we have a better chance at comprehending in depth because we have that we're farther out. Right? They're a part of the story. They didn't know they're gonna be a part of the story. Like the Sahaba themselves were living it. But now we know we know you're a part of the story. You just didn't know you were a part of the story because no one taught them no one sees themselves as worthy of divine revelation. The Sahaba didn't have the Allahu Allahu Germaine decided, We're not going to be involved in divine revelation. You know, this story where the prophet Isaiah saw to us that I'm called to call it they call it God. Obey, sorry.

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Leaving cops, they call him, tell him Allah subhanaw taala sent me a surah and he wants me to read it to him. He wants me to for specifically for him to hear it Jen amongst others it was so today you know, and you're gonna live in a CAFO. So they go to say next obey come the Prophet alayhi salam said the Allah told him to recite a sutra upon you. So he said, As a man, he was me.

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He called me by name, Allah subhanaw taala called me by name me by name, color. Now I'm trying to call this a man, he missed me. He called me by my name, call Luna. And quite often, sort of I am she is walking aimlessly. And so many of you, my Lord called me by my name. And he forgot to go to the body. So it was something here that

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they didn't know they were in the midst of all this, but we do. Because now we're, you know, a millennium later, we look back now. Okay, that makes more sense now. So the ability that we have to comprehend these things is just beautiful. I think you'll be very disappointed in us if we didn't,

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just like you'd be disappointed in your son. If you you know, pass away or your grandson, you pass away and you wake up 150 years later and see fine, your grandson has not made any progress on the fronts that you were hoping they made progress on. You didn't know more to the dean than you did. He didn't he had not achieved more for himself than you'd be very disappointed in him. If he tells you no Grandfather, I didn't want to exceed you and

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exceed me. What's the point of my life if you're not going to exceed me, of course go understand it better understand it better. So I can I know that my life was when we did something for you. It was meaningful to you. So it's obligatory for us as Muslims to

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understand our Quran and appreciate aspects they couldn't appreciate back then. That's how we we keep their legacy alive. That's how we know that that Booba Quran had been abuzz.

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Send out and

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look down at us and say Hamdulillah that our descendants could do carried on this legacy and appreciate it even more. That's the beauty of this. It's very exciting, but that's not the case. So he says the pilots on the hula, the vena cava room, he goes right to the end of the story, he is the one who expelled, expelled a Lydian a couple of the disbelievers al Kitab from the tribes of the People of the Book, pointing out but in the leader without calling them by name, this sort of by the way, in some masa hypers called surah. Benny, nobody discussed with the hashtag the surah of passion where people are, are being prepared to to be gathered or removed.

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But it's also comes with many, many no do you mean Dr. him when he's the one who expelled the disbelievers from Al Kitab from their homes? The oh well, hotshots at the beginning of their removal, there were Tasha has a number of different meanings. Yeoman. Harsha was the day of judgment was where people are all removed from where they are and brought to a specific spot. So the concept of removal because they're in their graves, you removed your scent, and you're into a different spot. So they all will hazard to the beginning of their removal. The Oh will hatch on because they were all eventually removed from the land reason being, understanding what this tool is talking

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about. This sort of begins by talking about where the law line is drawn. The line is drawn with betrayal. Once you betray, you break the law, once you decide that you're no longer when you're openly going to work against the well being of this country that you're a part of. Once you start actually trying to harm people that you're living by, you have to leave, you can't live there anymore. That's why as Muslims,

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there is no circumstance where you, as a citizen in any country are allowed to inflict harm on citizens of that country or the country itself. And under no circumstances, there is not one, there is no exception to the rule that I just shared with you. If you're living in a place and you carry citizenship, there is no circumstance that allows you to inflict harm on the country that you're a part of, or any of the citizens in that country, ever. It doesn't matter what the country is doing. It doesn't matter where that country's army is. If you don't like what they're doing, and you can't change the policy, then you leave, or you continue to be there. You're not accountable for the

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decisions of other people in office in that country, not accountable for it. You're not allowed because you're a citizen, because the moments you agree to be a part of this country and to maintain the safety and to protect it and to work on his prosperity, then you are held to that until the Day of Judgment, you can't change somewhere in the middle, which is why the Muslims for 13 years in Mecca did not have permission, permission to bear arms.

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They had arms, they were not they were not given permission to bear arms you couldn't carry. That's why give me it all throughout the Maquis period. At no point did any assassinations occur.

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If I were living back then I would have suggested it at least a couple of times. If I was living back then I would have suggested AKBA a bit a bit more I would have done it myself. I would have been pretty much ready this person should be removed. This person had no there was no permission. That's why not only did they not assassinate anyone, not only did not they didn't know exactly the outcome right the idols 365 of them. Amazing going to the cabin 365 idols, not like sculptures of something you know something or something that people believe is a God and people are of worshipping around the Kaaba. When did they break any of them?

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Imagine how easy it would be Elizaveta Tala, you know where a silk you know, the silk around your face and the middle of the night go knock a few down just to spite them. Every time they 100 profit doesn't knock one down. So they stopped doing it. No, no, no, we're a part of this country. We don't agree with it. We don't agree with a lot of the laws. But as long as we live here, we follow the law. We we continue to participate. We can't You can't just go rogue, you can't just decide I'm going to have no that doesn't work that way. That's why the Prophet alayhi salam when he decided that okay, I can't live here anymore. Or he left. The only time that Muslim bared bore arms was when

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they were in Medina, when they were no longer they had their own country. And now they're defending their country from another one that's trying to invade it. They didn't bear arms in Mecca, the Muslims didn't clamp up and carry their stories not once the only time we have a story of you know, some physical fight was going on with accepted Islam. Because, um, when when he accepted his time, he didn't ask the question.

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Like he didn't even ask what what are the what are the rules?

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He didn't ask any of the rules. He said like Allah and Allah and he walked down and started punching people. He didn't he didn't ask for any clarification. So we can enjoy those stories. I can enjoy the story of him just going and just wailing upon some of the people of Christ because he didn't know anything yet. But then once he did, he never did it again. He never did it again after that moment, because he was explained to the Prophet. No, no, we don't really we live here. So we understood he held his ground, but the first day of stuff that wasn't clarified, so he just immediately went and started punching people. And I love telling that story because it's fun, but

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it's not but it's not the you know, doesn't follow the rule. So these people were removed

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removed will either want to expel the people of the disbelievers or the People of the Book, to the beginning of their, of their removal, because they betrayed. Again, the context of the source of the coin is important. If you understand the story, then you don't know you're reading something don't know is talking about it's telling a story that people, people, new people, when they heard these, if they understood, okay, that's where the law line is drawn.

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That's where the line is drawn Marwan into a Yahoo, you never thought they would leave, did you? Allah Subhanallah talking to the Muslims, you didn't think they could leaving, and the Muslims didn't think possible? Why? Because these tribes had been there for a long time. And they had established themselves well, and their walls were very high, and their castles are very strong, and their pockets went very deep. And there were a lot of them. And they were supported well. So the Muslims were more likely to believe they would leave than the others would leave Melbourne and Tamiya, who didn't think they would leave? Well, then when they thought it was upon a loved one.

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This on its own is its own the lights on less than just talking about these, this piece of these two pieces of the verse are just very part of the problem you have with assumptions, beliefs that we pick up, that ruin our mentality that is not based on anything that is that is

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they didn't You didn't think they would leave. And because of that you were always weak, and you always felt inferior and that you always felt threatened by them. Because you just you allowed yourself to believe that they were much too big for you to take on and way more. And we have that problem as well. You have that inferiority complex in our community, for sure. All across the board. And Muslims have inferiority complexes as communities for sure. For sure, it's not saying that we shouldn't be self critical, no, for sure, we definitely have to be self critical, but we feel inferior, or we feel very inferior. It's all across the language. It's all through. I watch people

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whose obvious people feel lesser than than people or others around them. And other than that, that's the highest that's not tell that's not healthy. It's not a probe. It's not human. Correct. And it comes from a lack of strength of identity, it comes from a lack of support within the Muslim community to its

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followers. And, and then that and that can change. It's not I don't feel it right now. But it can and once it does, it is a big part of being a Muslim, having pride, having confidence, having integrity, not feeling I love it. And it's always it's always a It's always refreshing for me when I run into people who have that you almost feel like you can, it's almost like they're they're bigger, and you can stand in their shade for a little bit because they're so confident and who they are and what they represent. They don't get that and that's and that's something Malva and to my younger the Muslims at that time, they felt that weakness Oh for sure. They felt weak. And it's normal by the

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way that the Sahaba like him they went through a lot of they developed a lot they learned that the only difference between us and the Sahaba is they learned every time the Quran came and talked about something they switched to that don't do that anymore. They stopped doing it. And then we still struggle with that. Well then no and the people of the book and I know maniototo Whom for solo mean Allah and they thought that there's castles and their wells and their arms and their high walls would hold back Allah from them. man Yeah, to whom and Mana is when you're protected from something. They thought that their castles and high walls would protect them from Allah

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are ignorant to think anything can can protect you from the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala but whom Allah whom in haste with them yet Acebo but Allah Subhana Allah came to them from where they did not assume or think we did not expect. He came to their weakness from where they did not from a place they had did not expect it at all. We'll call that What did you do because of fear polu behemoth Rob. And then terror filled their hearts.

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It's one of the most bizarre stories that we have. The only other one is in the story of hibernal. But I can understand that one a little bit more because the Prophet Allah is starting by that point, had gained a lot of strength like there was more but now at this point, the fourth year of his era

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not even 1500 Muslims a

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very small number out there, most of them are very weak. Financially I mean,

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they have it's only been a couple of years that they came from Mecca living in Medina, Medina ism, hard society to build and because they got sick, by the way, like physically sick, you're sick for a year and a half, two years. There's a lot of examples of who buckled in the profit zone Biddle lying down and just just just ill

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seeing poetry about how beautiful makeovers and the profit are you start to say I'm telling you to stop, just stop don't stop doing it. I can't I can't lift it anymore. Because they were they were physically ill or tired. They lacked wealthy like support. It was very difficult. It's very, very hard. It's very very hard times building from the ground up. The numbers were small, but the the profit is awesome total you must leave

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your this is what you've done.

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you decided that you were going to work towards killing me or ending this country that you're not Yeah. And he didn't apologize he didn't take a step back they didn't change their position because they were told by a beloved Obinze salute and others that Taiwan has your back and always has your back and you know how that is people kept on don't stand down be the group that stands up to him and we will help you so they are all filled with and then they said nope, we you know, they basically declared war so the Prophet Allah you saw Saddam had a siege around around their castles they had more food within their castles than all of Medina they could outlast the Prophet Alia Saddam Saddam

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by years by years like that siege would have they if they were able just to hold for a little bit they had more dead food in there for two and a half years the Prophet didn't have enough food in Medina for three months. But it was it was the difference in terms of wealth and strength and numbers and people could bear arms was ridiculous there was no way that this was going to work this the siege was not going anywhere. But the prophet ALLAH is talking to them as I've explained in previous many 100 But that was never a reason for him to step to stand down if this is all you got, he would he would bring everything he had he brought he brought all he had to the table all the time

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on his assault was

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the exhausted all their resources, they tried their best and even if their best was simple, they put it all there and they went for it that's all he got. It's not like I'm I'm hiding something. It's not like I'm doing a mediocre job and bringing only 50% of my abilities I'm bringing 100% of what I've got is not a lot but that's all I got I'm taking I go if that's the right thing I do it even if even if my efforts are actually quite simple. So he went and hid and he started the siege

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what happened Qaddafi Colombia him or Rob That's how Allah subhanaw taala came to them from where they did not expect they didn't expect it because they thought that they would able to hold it all that happened is that they got scared

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just got scared panic they panicked and there was this tribe Wide Panic

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and wonder what the leaders did to explain to them the people that were fine we can outlast Mohamed Salah Muhammad and his people for as long as they want to stay outside those walls we're fine we have more space here inside these walls and they do outside of it we don't need to leave we don't need to do anything just Just be patient

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can as you said Allah He saw to some No sir to the rod plus other granted me one of his one of his servants horror

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one of his servants and a horror filled the hearts of the people of being the leader. And they told the leaders we we give up now and we leave now you go to high bar now

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at terra

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cotta to whom you can Laguna confirm until their leaders were seeing going like this. Like what are you doing? They don't need to do it. We don't need to end this but they that's it you know the overwhelming movement of the people forced their leaders to give up. But there's no reason till this day like there's not what there's no stories of anything aside from just Just what

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occurred after FICO Looby him or rob and he through other is when something is thrown

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with the

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with velocity. Right. That's why cling film also not only will talk to you the same word is used for backstabbing and speaking about the integrity of a woman it's a horrible thing when you throw something with velocity hitting a specific a specific target. However, if you've got to be hemo, Rob, and then horror entered their hearts.

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What did they do? You agree boo boo to whom they ruin their own homes. We add him with their own hands, well add more meaning and the effort of the believers who stood outside and did their best. And all you're ever asked to do really is your best. Your best is not, you know, amazing, okay. It's your best isn't it? Don't do it.

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Just your best. Bring your best to the table every time. And very few people alive can do that.

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Wallahi very few people alive know how to pour their soul into what they do. And that's all you need to learn how to do in your life. I mark my words, listen to this carefully. Whatever you do, pour your soul into it. And don't be afraid if it turns out to be a failure or mediocre. It's okay. We're all pretty much mediocre. Just pour your soul into something. Put yourself in it. Learn from the failure, learn from the mistakes learn from the lack of achievement or the lack of a precise sense of what you do and try again. Just don't if you're gonna do something and do it in a mediocre way. Well, like just don't do it. You're better off not doing it like it's not worth it. What a waste of

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life. What a waste of time. If you're just walking around, just forgive me half assing work. Forgive me for the phrase. Just don't do that. You do something do it? Well, it put your heart and soul into what you do. That's all you've ever been asked to do. There's nothing else you worship Allah do it wholeheartedly.

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You're going to want to be muslims and do that wholeheartedly. Whatever it is you do, what do you do for a living, do it with all your mind, just put yourself into the work. It's, that's how you learn who you are. That's how you figure it out yourself. That's how you actually figure out what you want to do in your life and then you because how else you're going to figure out your passion. If you're not going to try your best. Will a lot of people get through life just you know, mediocre ly doing everything.

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Just putting in the minimal amount of effort for everything only actually putting their heart and soul in their leisure. What a waste of Allah What a waste of a life everyone does their leisure with their hearts, of course, it's leisure and so the nature of sin the name, of course, you're gonna have fun with your heart because it's fun. Children can do that. A child can pour his heart into a game he's playing because it's fun. I'm asking you to try it for everything else that you do in your life. And see and learn more about yourself and learn the beauty of putting you're putting your life and your love into something up buena Bucha, whom we add him they ruin their own homes with their

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own hands and the hands of the believers who stood there that day and did their best and tried their hardest and didn't stand down and weren't and were afraid and and were hungry or tired but still tried their best and because they tried their best. By that point we'll be able Rob hola savant. I knew there best was not going to take them anywhere. So here's her

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Where's her goal? Enter the hearts of buddy and they'll be will end this within a few days was ridiculous. It was pathetic. It was pathetic. People looked around. This is not you guys could have asked, you could have done what are you doing? They had nothing. They had they had no army like they understand they weren't ready yet. To actually set a siege around a castle wall. They didn't have anything ready yet.

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But the fear that Allah Subhan they put in their hearts was enough to end it. And they ruined their own homes with their own hands and the hands of the believers fat beautiful. So this I NS factor the euro or take take note. I take notes. Yeah, all of us are the ones who have insight. Now you can see upside is vision. But it's only it's only vision if you understand the word vision figuratively, or insight if you want to be able to take the word and it's in its more profound sense. Take note take take the Ebro learn the lesson from this Oh those who have have vision learn all you have to do is put in your absolute best at all times. And things will eventually eventually things will work out.

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But also this is pointing out the fact that they made a choice that caused them to leave you betrayed you're out you're betraying yourself so decide after that inshallah. Walla Walla Khattab Allahu Ali he will Jalla Weber whom feed dunya

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wala whom feed here watching either

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so here, he's pointing out something extremely important. He did not easily said when older and had it not been for the fact that Allah has the power to either decreed upon them that they will be expelled or banished.

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The agenda is banishment or being expelled like I showed, you had to be removed from where you are live at home to dunya that would have led to blood spill and punishment in this life and had they not left than a war would have happened. And if a war happened then there would be you would be doing your punishment but you got you got off easy. You betrayed and you got off without any without any punishment in this dunya but had you stayed you would have went home Herati either will now and they are owed punishment in the hereafter regardless of anything. But this is pointing out specifically that Allah subhanaw taala decreed for them to be expelled and to be removed from the

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land so that there would be no bloodshed. So there would be no need for punishment in this dunya because war is punishment for everyone involved and war these two bloodshed and as punishment, because he decreed upon them to leave then they're going to be saved from that that doesn't have to happen.

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But they have to leave. Jenna had to be decreed upon them that's that's what they deserved. Their Lika be an homeshare

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law how Rasulullah

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what a huge

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in law hasha d do recall

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the reason being mean the reason that they're a this is so that everything I've explained to you this is just the documentation to understand why I titled it. The reason for all this to happen. The reason that Allah subhanaw taala said he is the one who removed them or expelled them

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The disbelievers are the People of the Book from their homes were the beginning of their banishment or their first banishment, you didn't think they would leave, they thought that they were too strong for God himself and that their castles and their wealth and their roots and their support was somehow make them immune to Allah subhanaw They came to them from an angle they didn't ever expect. And their hearts were filled with fear and horror and they left and they ruined their own homes with their own hands in the hands of the believers who stood their ground. So take note of that those of you our vision and how do you not decreed upon them supine or to leave then they would have been

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punished in this dunya and it would have been bloodshed and they will be punished and so anyways, well why did it all happen that he got all that be unknown shockula Well, as soon as because they do trade Allah and His Prophet.

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When are you sharp in the ones will betray Allah and Musa kaka is when you know something is wrong and you do it anyway.

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As simple as that just so that you understand from shock shock there's when there's a when there's a

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rip rip and something when you're ripping something away from something else. So it's short and sharp Pilla meaning you know, something is right we're gonna say it's not it's basically ripping the fabric of truth or, or reality. When you shock people are the ones who go against what they know is right to betray Allah Fein Allah should even look up. Indeed Allah subhanaw taala has the most severe punishment.

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Betraying Allah subhanho wa Taala is a big problem, it's a big deal. And if you like Al Kitab, here, he ended up not paying for it and dunya like you just moved from where you're living to somewhere else, the punishment is waiting, you're multi gonna be very, very careful when it comes to the covenants you make with Allah. And what it means is sort of very serious, I'm gonna season and talk about a number of plethora of different, different aspects, this is going to point out to you that you are a part of this group, the relationship you have with the groups within this group is very important. It's an aspect of your loyalty to Allah Himself. And once you betray it, then know that

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Allah subhanaw taala has severe punishment, because there's no there's no joking matter at all. That's why this sort of, we'll talk about the number of different groups and how to kind of go by them.

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But that's the story of it's not done, we still have maybe two or three verses that will continue the story, but not even know the story of Jeddah being the leader of that or move on to the banishment of one another why it happened. What what caused it though the profit it so had no interest in removing people from their homes, or shedding blood, but the betrayed that breaks the contract of citizenship so the sort of established how you remove yourself from being a citizen, and then it talks about what doesn't and then how we're supposed to deal with that and we'll continue that in Charlottetown. Most likely next week, we'll be off and we'll come back the week after insha

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Allah to Allah or the one after but we'll keep you posted in like tally you'll hear the announcements as we as we go along tobacco and condition and just other people to be legal. So Allah Hana Seaton and Muhammad in early or started with me, okay about I think it worked out

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