Tafseer Surat AlAhzab #11

Adnan Rajeh

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The complexities of Islam, including financial and social needs for couples, are emphasized. Personal responsibility is emphasized, and women are urged to be more aware of their behavior and avoid mistakes. The trend of modern day life is discussed, with personal experiences and moments highlighted as a reflection of the general trend of modern day life.

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Start from 32 Jolla,

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Rahim hamdulillah Blimey, Allahumma Salli, ala Muhammad wa Sahbihi remain. Now we can continue where we left off in sha Allah know where we are in the Surah.

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When the basically the third

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chapter that's the third section within the sewer the first section was the introduction, talked about a number of

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important elements that we would need to understand in order for us to comprehend this cluster of sewers, starting, ending. So to sum up, this whole group of sewer that's talking about the obedience is talking about submission to Allah subhanho wa taala, looking at that concept, from a number of different angles, and this, this cluster of students are very, very, very interesting and very rich, in terms of the stories that they have, the lessons that they that they carry,

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being probably the biggest the biggest of them all in terms of length, and it's the most interesting of them all, in terms of

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in terms of the actual angle that it's using. So it's talking about submitting to Allah subhanaw taala in the most difficult of situations, talking about the awkward times, talking about the scary time talking about when when you're not comfortable when you're when you're not

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financially, emotionally or psychologically ready, already to follow the Command of Allah subhanaw taala and how even if that is the case, you still follow the Command of Allah subhanaw taala and you're going to be judged based on your ability to follow his command to obey Him to submit to His will subhanaw taala when things are as difficult as that and that is what is called the second section of the sutra, under that introduction that talked about that it prepared us for it. The second section of the sutra is talking about the Bible of Isaiah which was literally the most difficult time the Muslims ever went through as a as a group as an ummah, because of the level of

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fear and because of the high possibility of them being completely wiped out as as a faith not just as a as a city but a whole faith would be taken out.

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And Allah subhanaw taala and the Sunnah, commented on the reactions of everyone who was there, Muslims, non Muslims, the Jews, the hypocrites, those who are diseases in their hearts, different degrees of email, he commented and all their reactions in the end, he talked about the best reactions, and he talked about reward and he talked about punishment and recited were very, very, very rich. The third section was a complete shift of peace. It talks about also obeying Allah subhanaw taala in a difficult situation, but now it's a whole different type of difficulty is talking to the wives of the prophets of Allah Islam. And how some of them at a certain point,

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decided that they wanted to object to the lifestyle that Elena Santos ran was living and subjecting them to and when they objected, Allah subhanaw taala told them that you have one of two choices either you want to dunya and you want wealth and you want

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to enjoy this life and in that case, we will give you wealth and the profits long standing will divorce you in a proper Jimmy and Jimmy lend a beautiful way you will no grudges no bad feelings, no hard feelings, you're not going to be you know, mistreated as a human being or as a Muslim or spoken up in an ill manner in any way.

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Because it's there right? Right because their rights as wives to want more. And actually what you learn from, from this well you actually take from me from this sutra is that it's her right to ask her husband for me I do improve her lifestyle. And if you're like, Well, I this is how I live, well then let her leave it because if that's not how she wants to live, that's what the Prophet sallallaahu Selim was told to do. And you're saying the idea here now the the the widest all of them chose to stay in to live his lifestyle and Allah has a limit to accept Allah to want yeah, I need to give themselves to Allah subhanaw taala to His Prophet into the hereafter not he saw some lived a

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very modest and humble lifestyle until he died.

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But this index is also a piece of information for us as men as husbands, that is your is your obligation to take care of your wife in terms of her financial and social and emotional needs. And if you can't do that, then it's her right to task eight to be treated properly and to be let go with no hard feelings anyways.

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Now how is that awkward, extremely awkward

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for the wives to obey Allah subhana wa Tada and stay with the prophet is extremely difficult to know that there is no financial future meet, these aren't going to get better. We're living together with no promise of a better tomorrow from a financial perspective that is that is crippling, within a marriage, it's very hard for anyone to accept because when you're living in a marriage, there's always that hope for tomorrow having some brighter a new aspect to it than what it is you're living today. You're always hoping for better and usually that hope for better is a guy has some financial Jonnie

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element that that's attached to it.

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So that's why we were told by Allah subhanaw taala another part of this discussion with with these wives. It was they were told that if you

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to medicine, they're going to be punished double. And if you're given, if you do a good deed, then you can be rewarded double. This is what they were told. And this is a law that exists in the Quran for everyone. If you if you are privileged by Allah subhanaw taala, then when you sin, you're going to be punished more, but when you do well you're gonna be rewarded more because the potential of your good deeds are almost limitless. So you can do you can do so much with your good deeds, your influence and your impact can be so huge so you're gonna get more reward, but on the same on the same note, you're gonna get more punishment if you if you make the same mistake as others make.

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Okay?

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Now today, we're gonna start so he called the pineal China Yeah, and he said to be, right, first of all, you're gonna be

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Rasul Allah tell, tell your your wives Oh prophet of Allah, tell your wives,

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that if they want this, they can have it if they want something else they can, you can be divorced and live, live a good life, and then tell them that there's double reward and double and double punishment. These are all difficult things for you for someone to accept like these. We were listening to this you may even have a guy named in your mind there's some some argument of retaliation towards these concepts, but this is what Allah subhanaw taala decreed. And this in this is law. Now the third UniSA and Nibi whether whether the Yanni Allah Subhan Allah is calling himself with the Prophets Allah Islam is calling on behalf of Allah subhanaw taala is going to be studying

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today and the concepts that we're going to learn today are very, very important show so we started from a number 30

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In Surah sorry, yes, so it's ID number 30 Is it no sorry is it number 32 is Quran has small smaller lines I'm getting lost so this is ID number 32. Absolutely as I mentioned we will start from there we learn in a shame on your body

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Miss Mila here Walkman you're walking

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yeah nice

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and be useless to

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me nice

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need to

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tell

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the

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easy call will be emailed although

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now

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Okay, so I'll explain that when they'll read the one after because they're, they're specific. Yeah, nice and maybe less than one minute Nisa, you are not like other women? Oh, why is it the prophets? I said, I'm a rise of the Messenger of Allah subhanaw taala. You are not like other women, let's do not get ahead in men and Nisa. Now some scholars have to see it. Or okay, you start stopping there with the meaning being that being being the meaning. And some say you're not you shouldn't stop there, you just stop at the words after it. So let's do Nick I had a minute Nissa T in it took a ton. If you show piety, or if you practice piety, then you say well, that makes more sense if they

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practice it, but no, the first one also has merit, meaning when Allah subhanaw taala says, Oh wives of the Prophet, you are not like other women, that is true. That is true in terms of the privileges that they are given in terms of the responsibility that is that is put upon them.

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Life is always a mix of both, you're given a privilege, and then you have an extra responsibility. However, the problem is, is that we don't really enjoy the responsibility part. And we really do enjoy is our focus, focusing on the part of it that is

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that is the privilege itself, meaning we want that to shoot if you want to be honored and given high status, but we don't want that to Cliff, we don't want to be asked to do something about it. And and we often read it in the Quran, that can be understood in two different ways. One that you're privileged and one that you are responsible, and we choose to understand the one that tells us it's a privilege and responsibility. And that's the problem. That's a big problem. And it shows any defect in our the way that we think as Muslims, you're not allowed to look at things like that. The only time you can say anything that Allah subhanaw taala gave you, or any good thing that's

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happening to you in your life is a is a privilege, meaning he is it's an honor, he is rewarding you he's showing you love. He's showing your appreciation of what you're doing is your milk piano when he actually tells you that that's why I gave it to you. But being chilled out happens. You deal with what you're given.

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as extra responsibility, it's an it's a blessing, obviously, you're gonna be well better off than others from a financial perspective or a social perspective or whatever it is that you're being given. But all that is, is an extra amount of responsibility that you're going to continually continue to carry. This will turn into privilege, they will turn into into honor into into reward Yeoman PMO. Once you've already paid the dues for them, that's when you can say, Okay, I was this was honor, but not before that. But not before the actually claiming something you were given to be

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honoring you, before you.

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You do what you need to eat, you carry the responsibility of it is problematic. yomo Kim, is one of the reasons Allah subhanaw taala won't accept the deeds that you do.

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mean, if you because it's a form, it's a it's a subtle form of arrogance, where you think that for some reason that you deserve more than others. And hence, Allah subhanaw taala gave you more than others. But maybe he didn't really give you because he thinks you're better than others, who just gave you extra responsibility, meaning the load you're carrying is heavier.

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When you think about it, we like possessions. So imagine that you carry possessions on your back all everything you have. So everything that you have, you have a car, you have a house, the more things you have, the heavier the weight that you're carrying on your back, I mean, the responsibility is heavier. It's as simple as that, really, at the end of the day, it comes down to that simple way of looking at it. Yes, you're enjoying it. But it's what it really is, it's more responsibility for you only Sat Nav less tuna, get ahead in any set, you're not like the rest of the women, the Muslim woman or the rest of the rest of women in general. Why? Because you get to live with rasool Allah,

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you get to be with him in the same home, you get to listen to him, You got to be close to him, you are gonna need this is a privilege that you are given. In fact, you are going to carry way more responsibility than other women of your time. You're more responsible. And that's why the eight that are coming.

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We're going to talk about that form of responsibility, what it means and how is it all.

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He's everything that Allah subhanaw taala is going to tell them here and these are yet things that all women are going to carry for the end of time. Reza, are there certain specificities for them? The prophets, I said, there are certain things that are specific to him. One of them being the number of women that he married. So I started this and I'm married over four, however, as a Muslim man is not allowed to go any religiously over four women at any point. So certain things are specific to him. So Allah Allah cinema is the Quran, guy will point them out. And certain things that the wives of the Prophet are told here, and these are some of them, certain things are going to

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be also specific to them based on evidence of other iPads and other

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that's why the student account hadn't been any set. You're not like they're all all other women. Why? Because you have a specific situation, you're the wives of the Prophet size, and you represent Him it is not twisted, I was personally and you're going to represent Islam generally very soon. Because when he passes away, somebody sent him when this was a sort of revealed, revealed around at the end of the fifth year, beginning of the sixth year of his life, and so literally five years before he died.

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So just five years away before he passed away sort of life and even probably less. So after he passes away, I think started somewhere where the wives of the Prophet so as long as I'm going to be called, they're going to be coming. To me, they're already organizing mumineen. And that's what they call the beginning of the story. We recited that. But Omaha didn't want me the mothers of believers is going to become a status after he passes away someplace. I mean, this lady hears me no one can

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I show the love and it will use that status to start to try and stop a war. Show user status because he's many no one's gonna dare say anything to her. The same thing for him was the same thing. For a lot of the profits was waves. They carried that status after him. And they were able to teach filk and you're able to teach off to eat and the elder dinner narrate Hadith. And they were able to establish many, many things within the Muslim world that women did not have the ability previously to ever establish or to ever be a part of. So yes, the student hadn't met me. So after that, it took a tuna. If you want to show piety or practice piety, taqwa and it taught a tuna. Duck was always

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referring to a concept in character. Whenever you hear taqwa, you're not just thinking about a concept of character or way of judgment. You're also thinking of something that is long term, meaning you are going to do something does go into a system that's preventative, since then that will prevent any evil from entering a society or entering yourself. It's a preventative system, both in the short, short term and in the long run. That's what Taqwa means stepwise we're trying to prevent Allah subhanaw taala from punishing us now and later. So we live in with a certain life system. You have a certain system within our lives. So in it took it. So if you take on the system

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of Taqwa and you live like that, that's how you think. Find out the Habana Bill Cole

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All right, so the word of Allah, Allah, Allah will Pol is the Arabic figure of speech, that is equivalent to the concept of flirting. As simple as it goes just to just to make it very easy to understand. If you don't understand what flirting means I'll explain to you in a moment. Flirting, of course, the younger people know exactly what I'm talking about, maybe the older ones don't. Flirting is when you are speaking to the opposite gender, you are not necessarily being obscene or you're not using, you're not using improper language, you're not using improper words. And you're not being sexually aggressive in the way that you're saying. But you're speaking in a way that is

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coded. Basically, there's a, there's a, there's an underlayer of the way that you're speaking in the way that you're dealing with them that could give the other person ideas in terms of what your interest actually is. So flirting, the concept of it is as an indirect way for you to get the attention of the opposite gender, you aren't doing it directly, directly, it's coming up to the center saying is that I'm what I'm interested in. Do you have some time to speak? Are you interested in talking to me, it's very, it's a very awkward moment for the man and probably more awkward for the lady. But that's direct. That's very direct, I'm being very honest, I'm not coding anything

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here. I am interested in you, but in a proper manner. And I want to see if we can speak, you don't have to do that you can send someone to do it for you, I'd advise you to do so because people will think you're weird if you do it yourself. But that's how it's done. It's very direct. But then there's other ways where you're standing. And the body language is very clear. Like you can even be standing from a mile away, you can see two people you can see the way that they stay the way that they're moving. Yeah, there's, there's something that they're not honest about who they are and how they're speaking to one another. The body language kind of gives it the life gives it the tone of

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voice gives it the points of subjects, what you're talking about, oh my god, beautiful shoes, when you get them from shoes by talking about your shoes.

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How does that look like your haircut? Why do you like my why is this? How is this in common between us is not. If we're colleagues, then we talk about issues of work. If we're classmates, we're talking about issues of studying if we're neighbors, we're talking about issues of Yanni joint living, if we're if we're relatives, we're talking about issues of our family. But when I started saying Oh, mashallah, this is new, when you bite where you are, where you get this from? is laughing and joking around and this is called flirting. You do that with someone you you're interested in. But it's not necessarily. It's not clear. It's not clear. You didn't say I'm interested in you. They

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can never say well, he said he was interested. You're like, No, I didn't. I did not. I never said that. Yeah, but you talk to me, like every day for half an hour. And we were joking and laughing and smiling and yep, I never told you I was interested. And they could win that argument, right? Because this is called flirting. The Arabic fella Tehama and Neville cola

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is making something easy going under.

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Always almost harder as someone who has put himself under for a lot less I'm gonna put themselves very low for Allah Subhana Allah and Allah is basically don't layer don't layer your speech. And don't put it under layer for your speech so that the other person can people do it all the time. And when you think just yawn, even Shabbat no married people do it. Oh, man, people do a lot all the time. It's the only fun part of their day. Sometimes. You get to flirt with with someone either. It's not do anything wrong. But then you do it in front of your wife and she's young. She stares at you when she's mad at you for a week and I didn't do anything wrong. She's like, No, you did I know

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what you're doing. But you say I didn't say anything wrong. I know you didn't say anything wrong. It's not Oh, that's all problem with these relationships. It doesn't have to be direct. It doesn't have to be direct. I didn't say it's always only direct. Coming up to say someone hey, I want to commit haram with you. And I know that no one does that. No one even thinks I'm doing that. That's

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crazy. No one does that. But we flirt. And we develop this attraction. Slowly, slowly, slowly, slowly, until we're at that point where it's just a matter of cost. Because there's this barrier of not just shame but higher. You know, but modesty you don't talk to people like that. There's certain things we have to

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we have to observe right? Tahoma and Bill Cole, don't

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be virtual. This has meant in an average of many places. But here the wives of the prophets I said I'm being told filata hombre en el COVID. If you're going to live with taqwa, if you're going to prevent see where Taqwa comes, are you going to prevent something from happening that is haram fall out of Kabbalah, Bill Cohen, this doesn't mean that they are doing it by the way, mean what they're told not to do here. It does not mean necessarily that they're doing it rather this is a matter of etiquette and, and proper salute proper behavior that they're being taught here and then we're being taught as well. If I automa Allah, the physical behavioral, because if you do, if you do do a bit of

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cold if you do start to flirt for Yakama Olivia called behavioral then the one who has a disease in his heart and this is a second time that comes

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word phrases come into source if you if you pay attention Yanni you go back to the story sorry of the sutra withholding when

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when Lavina via columbium model so that's the first time that was referred to now again, it's almost giving you this theme in order for you to submit to Allah subhanaw taala in all situations model the Louisville callback to leave the diseased heart has to be purified. But it's gonna it's gonna be your downfall every time I optimize Olivia Colby Murghab, then the one who has a disease in his heart will become greedy, or will feel that there's hope. There's hope. This is how men function. If the if the girl smiles, she laughs a few times. Oh,

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I'm I'm on a roll here it goes good. And maybe a few more times and I should be in this should be my

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my lucky month or my lucky week. And the next the next time you speak to her she's not as friendly. It's gone because you go back to being normal again, and you start behaving normally. But as long as he gives his he's giving you that

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that smile and that that tone of voice and that way of speech and she doesn't have to be direct she's never direct that's the problem. They're never done. When was when was the last time you heard of a direct struggle even movies and don't put it doesn't happen? No one speaks directly about these things. But indirectly it's easy and they have an ability men have that weakness in them. It is not by the way, this is not

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what I'm talking about. No what I'm saying and I'm preaching is not that it's okay for men to do and okay for you to follow it. No, but if you're talking to women, here is talking to them. Specifically this we have another part for us. But here is talking is talking to them for not calling for help on I love if you call me haemoglobin, this is what the prophets I said there's ways we're taught. And this is what you need to teach your daughter. This has to be taught. Meaning you have to acknowledge that this is with your with your Jani children, that this is a part of, of you know, daily interactions. This happens all the time socially, you like someone so you speak to them in a certain

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way. And if you didn't like them, you treat them differently. That's why you know, immediately if this person is interested or not interest just based on the way they'll speak to you, and sometimes they confuse you. And sometimes it's totally confusing. I have no idea because every time is different, and it's not. And men don't know how to read the signs and problems begin. So when you teach your daughter you teach it failed.

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Annabelle COVID. Do not flirt with with your flirt. You speak on what is needed to speak spoken about about you converse on issues of importance. You can be a colleague, a classmate, a teacher of Yanni a student, all that is fine as make sure you stick to the point and make sure the way that you're speaking is proper, you're not giving any fall Sunday night. Again, none of this is excusing the behavior of people who are harassing or causing. This is just an Adam that we're supposed to teach our daughters our house I was I was are we supposed to raise our young ZZ everything's always has that issue to it. It's always a bit difficult to talk about or something that people have a lot

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of opinions regarding it or find it difficult to understand or to deal with felpa My Livia? Colby Murghab so what do we do to be quiet? No, we're calling Nicola Maru and say things that I'm out OLFA what is my rules? My rules means that are ethical, that are polite, that dub that have proper Jonnie inclinations that have proper meanings that are done in the right way. That's fine. We're told that I would actually like to I do want to run ill and Kulu COVID. And moreover, if you want to speak to a woman about marriage, do not speak to her in private unless you're going to say only tolon meroofer. Only things that are models that are proper. If you're gonna sit down if you feel like no,

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I'm weak, I may sit down and start Yanni be the Romans and then no, then don't then then do it through people. Because yeah, you're gonna make a big mistake. But if you if you know that you have the ability to have colon Moreover, they speak properly and go ahead. This goes for all the way to make it two years. I didn't say this is specific. I said, there are certain things we're going to read. They're gonna be specific, not this one.

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This is not specific. To the women of the prophets, I said, and within these ayat, there's going to be one or two things that are specific to the wife, the Prophet, sometimes wives. This is not one of them is for all women.

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They say

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certain things apart, but when we read about his life, we learned everything do we take from him marrying more than four women? No, that's specific to him. So I sent him when we hear loss of teaching the wives of the prophets, I send them we learn everything except that things are specific to them.

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This is not one of them. fella. Cody is something that is a general for all women and for all men as well.

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You're not like any other woman because you're not like any other woman. That

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no no so there's going to be a part that is like that. So in it took it takes away the fact that this is specific to them, because talk was not specific to them. That makes it though it took a turn. If the word if they typed it up, I don't I mean, if you

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Practice piety wasn't there in the area, then yes, it will be very specific to them. But because it

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is there that the wording is there, there's not specific to them. Because that's something that all Muslim men and women actually do. However, the eye after it is going to be a bit different. It doesn't have a condition attached to it, when you attach a condition to an eye, that condition you look at it is a condition that only they can meet was a condition that everyone can meet is a condition that everyone can meet. So it's no longer specific to them anymore. But let's do it in academies, like I told you in what way

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and having more responsibility so that they meaning going back to the idea before it, if they make a mistake, they're going to be punished, double. And if their reward, they do something, right, they're gonna be rewarded double. So it doesn't mean that you don't practice this at all. However, they're being taught to do something that if they don't do that punishment is going to be doubled. And that's why this is the first thing that they're being told, because it's silent punishment is double, a Muslim woman who was not the Prophet. So I said, I'm his wife, if she makes that mistake, shall we punishment, not double. So that's the concept here. And I'm not talking about this being

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specific to them. But there will be an a command that is specific to the way the wives of the Prophet so I'm based on specificities of the prophets. I said, it was like, That's what I said. But what we're seeing reading is not specific to them. No. And, and that's why, and we'll come to that in a moment. And you'll see what it what I mean, meaning the specificity will be very clear, like you'll say that that's a little bait is very simple, a very something very, very clear. But it doesn't mean that the rest of the women don't follow the command itself. But we'll go over and say words of wisdom, say words of models, models means that have that are ethical, that are proper, that

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are within the social norm acceptable for you to say, and don't carry for that.

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This is a very important idea in the Quran.

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The way I look at it, we don't teach our youth these things.

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We expect it to just happen naturally. However, if it was expected to happen naturally, Allah subhanaw taala would not give a command in the Quran that contains it. In the fact that he spoke to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is actually the opposite of what I think you suggested, starting from the most pious of women to be told that then everyone who has less piety, Ola should be doing it more meaning.

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We know that the wives of the prophets of Allah Islam, or Omaha didn't want meaning that's the name they were given in the suit and the name they were given for the

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deal milk em, they are the mothers of believers. The fact that Allah subhanaw Does commanding the mothers of believers to do something from a means that everyone else you should be telling everyone else you can't expect. You can't say, oh, I just saw it. I thought I thought they were just No, I assumed that my daughter would know this. Well, if anyone was going to assume that a woman would know this without being taught that Allah subhanaw taala would do that towards the wives of the prophets of Allah, Allah Salam, someone living with the prophets, like me would assume they would know this, and yet they are told to do it. So don't assume that anyone knows anything, teach, teach

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properly, and explain and make sure that they have this, I think is the opposite here. The fact that ALLAH SubhanA started from the beginning to the highest point of piety, which are the wives of the prophets, these are the ladies who everyone looks up to him. And they're told, and it took a ton of money for help on the vehicle behavioral rover that applies to all women come after them. Any we should we should be teaching this and making sure he's explained to everyone after that, because, you know,

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you don't, you don't pay attention sometimes to these things, these practices in terms of flirting, for example, that is given here, and the command that is given here.

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This is not you don't pay attention to this unless someone actually points it out to you. Because it becomes a normal part of life. You just kind of that's how you grow up and just everyone does it. And it's fun. You don't know exactly why it's fun. And you just complete continuously just keep on doing it. And you don't really see that as problematic yet the word Titan is there like again, it's a matter it's a it's a preventative system. We fear from Zina happening in communities. Okay, then we need to have Taqwa Taqwa is the concept is a system that prevent timings in so what is that system consistent, because if Allah Allah Allah will call, you do not you do not do this, you know,

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flirt. And then if you were to teach that to youth, and make sure that it's clear to them, they would find the abrupt differently, that you had been D don't give me speaking to a young man, maybe Arabic, a multiplicity, you don't say, you know, start using Jonnie, you're not smiling and laughing and enjoying his jokes and complimenting and just don't do that you're very professional. I mean, he doesn't have to be mean to the person but you're professional. You keep it to what the concept is. And then you leave that ability or you leave that, that way of behavior, being being extra friendly, and using that to when you're engaged or when you're married. However, that's the opposite of what

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we do is literally the opposite of

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What we do is literally the opposite 90 We do we couldn't it couldn't be more opposite your wife is you bark at your wife and then you're Subhanallah you're a whole different person when you're speaking to another lady

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a whole different person you're yeah and your tone your usage of words everything is your wife we could be watching you from afar like you did who are you? Why Why? Why do you come in say come become Frankenstein when you walk into the house and then look at you you're Jonnie, Masha, Allah Casanova aside here, what's the what's the what's the why is this? What is this discrepancy? What is this a Yanni misconstrue Finnick affected emceeing? Well, the reason is that these, this ruling was not taught properly to youth, whether it be any women or men in general, but here it's being taught to women. And that's important that we teach it to our daughters, fella Tahoma. And why I believe

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because that's where it starts. If the woman Muslim woman was only knows how to carry herself in that regard than this is it will be fixed. Right? Now, of course, if the Muslim men doesn't do it, the society will be fixed. But if there was someone continued to do it, the likelihood of haram happening is much higher. It's just how biology works for Yanni, between male and female, if you don't flirt, but she does. All men don't flirt. All women do flirt. There's a high percentage of Zina happening. But if all men flirt and no women flirt, if the percentage plummets, it's very low, unless it becomes something that is that is like, there's actually a salt, it turns into a salt.

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It's not because because a woman has has the upper hand when it comes to this. When it comes to this religion, she has the upper hand, it's not saying that it's okay for you to do whatever you want. No, but he's just giving us where this starts. Teach it to your daughter first. Teach her teach them make sure that they know and then think the same thing will and watch. If you don't believe me, what did the ISA in terms of the response the other counterpart, right? For that? Cold, don't flirt with the with your words, and don't use Don't be any seductive with your words and with what you say, if I optimize the physical behavior of the person who has the disease in his heart is the one who's

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going to have greed and have thoughts of something that is haram. So it's not a movement who will a true movement would not have those thoughts and feelings a true movement, but it's somewhat fickle behavior. And you see,

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it's not okay for us to be well, it's not my fault. She started No, no, you will become Arabs. You had something rotten, you had you were susceptible, you're vulnerable. You're wide open. That's why you had that bomb, I got what you thought. That's why you thought you could do it, you could get something and you're totally cold and malroux You're not It's not haram for men and women to talk to one another. Just putting a colon meroofer Your speak with maruf just be aware of how you're speaking and what you're seeing. And that's it. It's very simple. And it's not as hard as we make it to seem. But no one wants to say this and no one wants to hear this. Because you're taking all the

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fun out.

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It's not fun anymore. Now you've killed all fun in relationships. Fun. What is fun means fun is just a word. You're just using that as a decoy word for something that you want. Yeah. And what are you talking about? Fun, but it's fun. You share that? What is the end of this fun? It's not fun, it doesn't end unhappy. What are you hoping for? When think about these things? If you spend a little time thinking about them be like yeah, this is a this is an ugly road. The end of this road is just as suffering and agony and sin and hate and families destroyed and Jani and pain it's a horrible ending. It's fun on the way but why? Why would you're gonna have fun and I always find it hard. It's

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fun to look they're looking at me like I'm saying something. It's hard it's fun. Well you can be you're gonna have fun with

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it. You're not gonna be drinking. Yeah, and you're running after a woman in order to enjoy enjoy your time with friends and and actually live until you until your stomach hurts you can doesn't have to be haram. And that's what I think we also have to teach our youth that you don't have to be doing something haram in order for you to really really enjoy life to live life to its fullest. I don't even think you can enjoy life if you're not sober every moment of the day. I don't think you enjoy it. So that's one thing and I think if you're as enslaved by your sexual needs, then you're not gonna enjoy life either because you don't really control you're what you're doing you're just kind

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of following some it's like a poll you're being pulled somewhere that you don't really want necessarily want to go. So you're enslaved by things you're not really enjoying life enjoy life joy, actual joy in life comes from Liberty from being liberated from all these all these effects all these whims and desires that want to pull you in different directions. If you're liberated then you enjoy life to actually the way it is actual joy and joy that is attached to reality instead of to illusions. Okay, that's enough. So we continuing after work Organifi BeautyCon

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corner what are the words that were are different upon within the Quran beyond I think unequivocally, there's no word that has more discussion on its meaning than the World Cup. Now, as far as I know, a word that has so many different meanings within it. I'm going to bring up a few and I'll tell you what I think the word the word actually actually means. So Carnac can come from the concept of curar which is a stay somewhere. Well, Karna fie BeautyCon. So the meaning could be and then limit yourselves to your homes. Boom, Selim understood it like that and she refused to leave her house except for necessities after the prophets and Allah Allah sent him died, and she was

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unhappy with Aisha when she made the choice to actually leave and go work. She did. She she had a very eventful life Aisha after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away.

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Of course,

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because I actually didn't understand it like that. He didn't understand that was Karna to come from curar there was a turn if you look at the recording in Arabic, you'll see horn but that if it's a noun, here it's a verb. It comes from kar kar. Kar means stay where you are, if you speak to a group of women, you say column now you put them at the numerator, Fatah at the end of it. So if you came to my

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Friday or Arabic grammar, you would know that anyone

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could do that. So that's why the noon is because of speaking to only a group a group of women. Another way it could be understood I think it was I should have the low and understood from it. It has come from karate line

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is the cool of your own right, walk out of Nephi BeautyCon meaning find the cool of your I was in your homes. Like find the cool of your eye within your homes. Meaning make sure that your house is the place that you enjoy being the most make sure your house is the cool of your right within and I find that meaning to be much more. I need the proper and it makes more sense in terms of the the context of the and basically the behavior of all imagine what menial the Allahu Anhu after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam died, it was only on Saturday but understood it as colonizing stay. And even if you understood it, I stay, then this is obviously not

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talking it's infinite matter. I mean all we just stay in your house, you can't leave, but rather we spend more time in your home. So it mean the meaning of it will be to make sure that you spend more effort and more time in your home because the opposite of it is what at about wodgina terbaru Jalaja Healy Yeti cooler at the verge is basically the word in Arabic means for someone to display their, their their adornments, to just to put on display things that people otherwise wouldn't see. Certain parts of you that are on aren't on display, but you want to put on the display specifically. So when I see you, I know that you you're showing me something that I wouldn't have to see. That makes

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sense. Like right now we're looking at you. I'm not seeing anything I don't have to see I see what it is that I wouldn't see normally. But if you came in with a hole in your shirt and attach it, then I know that's Deborah's, you want me to see it, you could have easily put something to, to cover it. So you're you're going out of your way to display something that doesn't have to be displayed. So I know when I'm seeing it. I know when I'm seeing it, that it's your intention to show it to me.

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Understanding the word tomorrow is what it means. So when I'm seeing something, I know that you're going out of your way to show it to me, it's not something that you just normally displayed on a normal part. In that context. If you understand the word tomorrow, you're gonna understand how people in the West don't qualify with the voters the way Muslims do. Because a Muslim woman when she's wearing Yeah, I need the Muslim.

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Customary closing of the code of code of dresses that we have in Islam. You will know immediately if she's trying to show you something that she doesn't have to show you here in the West because they dressed their code of dress is different. So tomorrow is with them is different. You mean the line is farther to the left? They've pushed the red line

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way farther, I'm not saying it's okay. I'm just explaining to you how the judgment is different. So if you're talking to you, I'm just giving you different things to think about. You're talking to your youth. When you tell your daughter you have to wear a hijab and dressed like this, you will make friends don't. Yeah, because well, to them tomorrow is different than tomorrow is to you. You're a Muslim woman. This is according to the dress code that you have. There may have a different they live by a different set of rules. And they're just go does this. So why them is different than tomorrow is to you, but you follow this dress code because this is the one that Allah subhanaw taala

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chose for you. And when you go beyond your doing tomorrow, Raj, you're not like everyone else. While they're not high jumpstarted they have an old different code, your dress code, if you're not hijab, then you're leaving something leaving something out of the deen that ALLAH SubhanA put in there. So that's what coverage means showing something that is clear to the one who is seeing that's intentionally on display. So on this plane, it's clear to me that you're displaying it when I talk about about you now. But what type of knowledge about Blue Jalaja he Yeti Lulu, okay, in the Quran, there are four phrases. There is tomorrow GA Helia. There is one ninja Helia there is hookman Jaya

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Helia in this hemisphere Tunja Helia. So four times in the Quran only only four times in the Quran, they were gently come. And it's only attacks always attached to a behavior. So if you look at these behaviors, you find them very, very specific in terms of what categories there's they're focused on. So one ninja Helia This is a social is a social or personal sorry, is a personal behavior, meaning something in you one Naja here to have bad assumptions and other people knowing that Allah is the One Naja Healy. It's a theological one. This is a relationship that is personal, but a theological thing, meaning you having improper beliefs or improper assumptions about God. So that's, that's the

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problem of Jehovah was a theological problem for Jehovah. And then we have helped manager Helia Jania is talking about political and social rulings, rulings that define how society and how governments work. So there are that is a political or a social problem. If you want to call it political, it'll be more political hookman Jaya Helia. Because they have more detail, I'm just gonna give you something quick. And then you have honey, a tilde Helia and honey tilde Helia goes back to the racism, the racism and the tribal systems that govern people back then that caused them to hate anyone who wasn't a part of their own family. So how mediatel Jaya Helia a social problem that is

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attached to the lack of equality or to lack of tolerance or delight, or the existence of racism. And the final one is to borrow Giorgio Helia, which is an ethical problem that is attached his task study. So ethics Islamically are in two categories. There's a category that our social ethics note Yes, General ethics. And then there are ethics of chastity. And there are two categories you find it in this time all the time. There are general ethics, issues in economic issues and dealing with money, and how you speak to people you deal with the lying, being honest, being trustworthy, being loyal, not betraying, etc. And then you have chastity, ethics, things have to do with the opposite

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gender, or things that are sexually oriented, to be

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as clear as possible. In Islam, they're a whole category on their own. They're not seen as one thing, no, because this here, there is a different there are different forces that govern these ones. These are ethics when it comes to me lying or saying that telling the truth, not betraying you and being loyalty are the rules that govern these are one that govern all these ethics. But what governs the rules that are sexually oriented. Now that's a whole different that's a whole different ballgame. The rules that govern these these categories are different. That's why they have their own have their own study of Georgia Helia when they do and JD JD and they would walk around with not

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covering their heads not covering their, the upper part of their of their bosoms, showing their legs. Basically what we see today, what you see today is how people walk around and Joe Helia, the Prophet SAW I said, that's the that's the community. He grew up in LA Southwestern. And that's what the Sahaba dealt with. And that's the data that he offered is awesome. So don't kid yourself by thinking that no Muslim, Arab, no didn't always cover like that. They didn't always cover the covering came from a calculator is there are different groups.

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The Spectrum was as wide as you can imagine. I beat those who were enslaved, didn't sometimes did not dress almost at all. Sometimes the dress code was so limited for them that they would walk around with their IRA and then settle out and then you would have other Chalav filled a little Cobra like Ashraf McCullough, Khadija LoRaWAN, they would they were veiled most of them Yanni. So the Spectrum was very wide. You can see everything even comfortable love for the love. Yeah, and it was it was very, very customary for you to go to the cabin and find out I'm doing tawaf, almost naked

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almost completely naked because of Ahimsa concept where you could only wear clothing that were made by certain people within flesh. And if you couldn't afford it that you couldn't wear your own clothing, it is stuff that they made up the pagans made up made up, and it put it in terms of make more money and doing it become more just more religious authority. So the Spectrum was very wide obviously.

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Shut off. People were from the highest parts of society, they they revealed the funny gender the low and if, for example, one of the ladies who were from the she she was she was a merchant. Being a merchant, and being a businesswoman dictated that she was dealing with people quite often. And she had an order how would she else would she run her business and her sister had on the low line who also was a merchant in that family in general, it was, it was custom for them to the women would have their businesses and they would have to buy and sell and speak to men but again Hadiya was known to be she was called upon Hera.

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She was the name that Khadija the line was called by people why because she was so her shutoff was so high, never ever Has anyone been able to say something negative about her chastity and about her about her conduct of Allah. And the first time the perfect person to marry the prophets of Allah is and even though she was in constant Yanni dealing with men constantly I don't even know either in her life right because he was a merchandiser. Businesswoman she she bought and sold. So you can see the spectrum is very wide he's like a located within within the Mecca. What I'm saying is that not everyone, there was so many sets available Georgia Helia T Lulu. Lulu the first one Some scholars

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say that goes back to the times of after our demise that goes back to the time of club eland have you going back to the really early 20s When the group of people with clubs

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are based on what we have in from the slightly different generations that they stopped recovering themselves and they committed Zina and stuff like that. Or it goes back to Jamie and hula meaning after who didn't after he at home who didn't come Saudi or just before the prophets

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applies as well. Regardless,

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Allah subhanaw taala when he talks about Jaya Helia one of the things he refers to it first is about Raj Raja Helia which is putting a dermis on display in terms of how we dress specifically These are specific or these are more

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things are highly emphasized for for women within Islam a lot of honorable Watch out how you speak. Say pull them out over say what is what is necessary. What is proper. Condom Fe beauty couldn't find the coolness of your eye in your homes, with your husbands and with your children. When your home is the place you enjoy going to that is when you families become strong again. As long as the husband doesn't want to go home or the father doesn't want to go home when the kids don't enjoy being home families are broken. It's when you find the coolness of your eye in your home. So if the woman if the wife makes the house the coolness of her eye and it's a place that she enjoys being in it makes

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it enjoyable for everyone to be Safe Families will stay stay strong. The man will have no reason to look outside and she will have no reason to the kids will say Oh I love this. The understanding of the I stay is something that almost no one understood specifically in some ways that the prophets I send them agreed with her and did like her but that's not the that's not the generalized understanding of what Adam or Jenna and do not put on display that which does not need to be displayed as that people have times of ignorance of Jehovah did before you

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what else did they do? Welcome the solid and perform your prayers the best you can? Well Tina is a carrot and give us a well planned Allah wa Sudha and obey Allah and His Prophet.

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in them are you read Allah? Indeed exclusively Allah Allah subhanaw taala once in Leo the banker Marisa Al Bayt to take away from you Oh Al Bayt Al Bayt are the people of the house, or the people of the house of the prophets of Allah audio, send them in their mail read Allah who use the Heba uncom to take away from you or just to push away from you leave the bank lol bait, oh, people of the house, a religious, religious is everything is impure. Everything that is a filth,

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were the riches. Some scholars say have the same meaning. It's just a scene sometimes design sometimes the opposite because I'm going to have that too. And it is basically impurities or filth. While you're here like on top of here, it would like to purify you into the bit whenever

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whenever the word is like the noun is exactly like the verb that come after each other is to emphasize the verb we've talked about this in sort of caffeine so as before you bought here a couple here, maybe you would like to purify you to the best of statuses. So you're the most pure of of all people.

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Allah subhanaw taala called upon the wives of the Prophet so I said them and he called them a little bit. So added bait. Not only are they the descendants of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, but more importantly and before all of that they are the wives or their sort of Allah that Allah has

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They're a little bit your bait is not just your children as your wives your wife is a part of your bait. And this is a very important area in terms when we whenever you have a discussion with a brother who was she always was like yeah Halal bait. You can you can take whatever Hadith that exists that you've got to find to serve your understanding of what Al Bayt means, but you cannot contradict the certain wordings and Linguistics of the Quran itself. Yanni and maybe that's what he's calling Oh wives of the Prophet. And then he says you use the bank commodities. lol bait, where you buy here like on top of Hira he wants to shy the take away from you all impurities and filth and

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old people of the house little bait

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and purify you Subhanallah we're finished with the La Salle Subhanallah oh my gosh, with Governor Murphy. I'm sorry. I wish we need a clock here and I lost track of time with Gordon and classy BeautyCon Minaya de la Heckman, this is more specific to them, because of the obvious specificity. Can you recall what is recited in your house from the from the signs of Allah and the wisdom of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam no because you didn't live with him but they can and that's what they have. That's that's specific to them. So whenever I say when I'm talking about this certain things are specific to them. Well, it's based on things that might be very obvious to why they're specific

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to them with Khurana recall and remember and recite to others and remind others my utility beauty corner what is recited within your homes, from the Quran from the from the verses of Allah subhanaw taala verses of the Quran will Hekima and the prophetic wisdom that you hear me and don't hold back everything you learn from him so Allah Allah wa sallam recite to others to learn and that is something specific to them because they get that any firsthand experience to sit and listen to him some allies I'm talking about things and how many it shows what the force nature of Hadith are third, many when you look at the people narrated Hadith and the numbers, some Sahaba miracles many

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Hadith that was their, their focus in their in their Sahaba in their companionship with the prophets I send them was to the right Hadith I actually have number three or four. Imagine that had you not done the Ummah Salah man and in zeyneb and soda, they all did that and they all taught us things that no one wouldn't have known otherwise had we not heard them talk about the prophets of Allah I send them in Allah Can I please and hubiera indeed Allah Subhan Allah has always been that belief. That belief is he who knows the things that no one knows. So the details

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the word Elohim is all knowing it's the umbrella word. The umbrella name and under it you have hobby or career is knowns things that exist only inside me they're not physical to thoughts and feelings, intentions hobbies are things that we can't we can't quantify or we can't Yeah, it is not it's not a physical thing. Luckily, if you notice things that are very, very delicate, they're very accurate very small, that are almost unwanted quantifiable, go or go unnoticed. So Allah subhanaw taala has always been lovely if Kabir he knows that which is unnoticed and that which is hidden deep. Why? Because if you recite all these what are they talking about? What is flirting?

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How do we can I can I can quantify this? Can I turn this into a science and explain No, you know, when you're doing it and you know when you're not doing it and you know what is being done to you but that's as far as I can go in terms of teaching you anything about it. I cannot it's gonna straight it's very it's insight is small, little gestures is when you walk away is one more glance, or No, something simple. I didn't mean anything. I was just no, you know what you were doing? He's lovely. Hi, no doubt he knows all the details. He knows what you're thinking about. So don't you can come and you can you can convince me that you are doing something but you can't convince Allah

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subhanho wa Taala tomorrow, which the same thing? Oh, I didn't want to put that on display. You know, I can't I can't pin that on you. Because I don't know. But Allah subhanaw taala does. That's why these two names came here to make sure that look, you can fool people. However, you cannot fool Allah subhanaw taala stop, but that will continue. I'm sorry for taking too much time. So next time you continuous apocalyptic Shinola. Learn to suffer to be the ghost of Allah and I'm humbly early. You're welcome.