Tafseer Surat AlAhzab #17

Adnan Rajeh


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The use of "has" in Halima Al Qaeda's language is discussed, as it describes actions of the gods and the importance of finding acceptance and happiness in relationships. The speakers also emphasize the need for women to be informed about their sexual experiences and consider their own bodies to be important. The negative impact of "we" as an excuse for sexual misconduct and the importance of professionalism in sex roles are also discussed.

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In 109 I mean

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almost certainly was a limo to kind of see you know have you been maybe you know Muhammad Ali he was so happy here Jemaine are bad.

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We recited is number 50. As of last time today inshallah we'll do 5152 And maybe a bit of 50 feet, we'll see how far this far forward we can we can move.

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Not to sound redundant, but to quickly kind of recap or remind everyone where we are. And what we're doing here. Reciting to Eliza is the beginning of a cluster of sewers starts with the hazard ends with a drummer, he sort of talked about the concept of obedience of bas of submission and following the Command of Allah subhanaw taala. It looks at that

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issue from a number of different angles. And it's, of course, a central topic within Islam. obeying Allah subhanaw taala is everything basically, that the deen is, is built on. So I'm looking at that from a number of different angles is extremely

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instrumental and important in terms of us learning our own deen and knowing how to do it. So the first sutra within these clusters and it talks about submission and following the Command of Allah subhanaw taala. When things are difficult, when it's awkward when it's hard to do, so when it's not something that you find it that easy to do, and you're not, you're not totally comfortable and agreement, maybe even with with what's going on.

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And not to say

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that you're what you feel isn't valid, but Allah subhanaw taala was trying to teach us here is that it's all the relevant you follow the commands of Allah subhanaw taala regardless of how hard things are, and how difficult and how uncomfortable and how awkward, you just follow His word Subhanallah that's what you do. And specifically, when they're difficult, that's when you get the most out of you. That's what Allah subhanaw taala is watching you the most. And that's why when the points count the most when you when things are hard. And the first example within the surah was the Battle of Ladakh, the Confederates being the most difficult time the Sahaba and the Prophet SAW Selim went

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through as a as a community or as a small country, gave an example of the awkward or the difficulty of the wives of the Prophet said and making a choice of living with him even though the financial future was not going to change it was what it was going to be, and

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never really going to improve. And that was a quite a difficult thing for them to come by. And then so I talked about issues of of women in Islam, a certain rulings at the specific to them, and concepts and maybe commands that that are that where they differ from other men. Again, these are issues that are difficult to speak of. And there's

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an increased level of lack of comfortability when we bring these things up, even even even for us. And then it moved on and talks about probably one of the most awkward and difficult things for the prophets of Allah Holly, when he's like, was living his life, which was the problem of Zaid, divorcing, Xena, but then himself some advice, and I'm marrying Xena, by the command of Allah subhanaw taala. And this is, of course, a very difficult thing. For him it sought to Islam, you were then given a method of making this easier, which was dhikr. And the prophets I seldom status was spoken of, just so that we don't misunderstand any of it as we go through the surah because a lot of

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his personal issues are going to come up and be put on the put on display for us to read about and learn about and think about. So it's tied to selection and needs to be maintained. And then last day, what we talked about was the not the final chapter, but moving towards the end, we're actually coming quite close to the end, there's not much left of this three pages

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to do probably read maybe more than half of one of them is talking about the profit site specific commands regarding his wives regarding marriage, something that was specific to him sort of the Hollywood system. Right now where is the awkwardness or the lack of comfortability here is that this is something specific to him it so to say, we're not the same mean we're not treated the same way. Accepting that as a Muslim accepting that at least not to Islam is treated differently, is viewed differently and dealt with differently. That is a normal part of accepting the deen at least Santos and finding our heritage there would help. There are many times if you if you're looking for a word

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that is repeated into it like Raj, every once in a while is repeated distress, lack of comfort, right feeling that there's something hard awkward to deal with the prophets, I tell him did not what was commanded not to find distress in the commands and the rulings that were made specific to him, I leave photos to them. And what we recited last time regarding his choice of wives and his and what was made available to him during his life, even though he didn't even though he made he didn't choose to do any of what the suitor actually made available to him. But the fact that it's available to him is a part of accepting the deem this is what Allah subhanaw taala made available to his

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profit some of them you accept or you don't, of course, do you accept the Muslim Omaka why because this is the central aim of this whole sutra right? The sort of number 36 Mr. Kennedy McMahon, what am I mean at the end either October Allah who wants to run a corner whom will empty him has never been permissible for a believer whether man or woman if Allah subhanaw

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Data makes a decree it gives a command for them to have an option of accepting or not accepting you accept. There is really no option in the

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within the story. No matter how difficult or how stressful or awkward it may seem. Okay, so now we're just going to recap quickly what we have talked about in the last number of weeks. We'll start from a number 51. Man shall I'm trying to finish the page. The longer I add in this

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information is easier to explain, because we spent a lot of time speaking about the aid before last time because I kind of went through the background last time so here's just the continuation just to bring the picture to a fool to bring a full understanding cello. Okay, we start from number 51.

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Hey, Nina che Paul O'Neill Raji.

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Bismillah R. Rahman Al Rahim.

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Dorjee mon Tasha

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in one hour two, we like Tasha.

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You see those three we'll do it right. So Tasha both of them there's a med on the lf it's a four account and then what we on the yeah, there's also a four count so there's all together in med there are 12 counts in the small phrase that we recited when needed to avoid maniacal Tafolla junuh Highly like women

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there Lika Dana

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was even

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while isn't your boy inner beam?

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Tae Hoon could

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loan wala

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Work and your loved one Eileen and Halle.

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Georgina and Tasha woman Hoonah what we like and then Tasha. So total G and T are two words. And they're almost the opposite of one another from a linguistic perspective in the Arabic language. And what they mean is something that you push farther away and something that you bring closer to you. So totally something you're bringing something closer to G you're pushing it a bit farther away, and symbolic to what the I before was talking about when Allah subhanaw taala said in a halal Lukka as well as Allah to detail Johanna

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Melaka Cimino come in Allahu Allah WebinarJam Miko Bonacci I'm magical.

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So we had made halal tea we are also Allah, the wives whom you have, you've already married, and the wives already made, you're not free Monica Cimino, and then any other woman from all the Arab world around you. That's why it's a big I'm Miko. Bonacci. I'm magic your cousins on your father's side, your mother's side, which is basically olive Arabia,

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those who performed Hijra from the moment for you to marry and he did select a number of them by the command of Allah subhanaw taala. And we talked about the significance of these marriages in last how often how and how a lot of these alliances and a lot of the tribes were brought together, and it made it easier for a lot of people to accept the deen Ali Santosa marrying into different tribes from different backgrounds was a was a big part of solidifying Islam within the peninsula Janya at the time. So after that, I did follow up on this concept total Jim and Tasha, woman Hoonah what do we make them into meaning and then you can choose to defer or defer who you do not want from from

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them and then bring closer mean marry whom you want to Allah, meaning from the options we have given you the ones that you have married before and the ones that you open for you to do so choose whom you like. Those Those who don't you can differ you can differ away to Jim and Tasha women who know whom you want from them, but we like him and Tasha and you bring clothes I mean, you marry from them whoever you are, you want when limited later mimin as delta fala tuna ha Lake and those whom you deferred or I sell it is different than 2g. It's not the same word. It's a bit different. Below item here that what he's talking about subhanaw taala is not about the choice of marriage, meaning those

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who didn't marry, whether he wants to marry or he doesn't want to marry them. Here's talking about his wives obviously themselves themselves as adult means the wife

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Why'd you do as well is when you have a wife but you don't go to her as frequently as you go to another way or for a certain reason, you're not being intimate with anybody, right? I mean men as adults from the wives whom you have if any of them that you chose to distance yourself from that you choose later to draw yourself closer again, for that do not highlight there is no reservations on that. There is no reason for you not to do that you can do that it's financial not holiday, there is no blame that is that is put upon you. And there Lika, Donna, and Takara. Johanna, what are your reason why you're buying data Hoonah coluna, there's a long sentence important that this is more

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appropriate, or this is better.

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For the

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for your wives to find the cool of their eyes mean for them to find comfort. When you do that I was given the option to marry. And he didn't, he was given selected and the option to go to his wife or not go to them. It's up to him whether he would like to

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do it equally or not do it equally, but he chose to do it equally. So I'm every single with every single wave except soda who donated her night to Aisha because she was a lady. At that time by now she was around 90 something during these eyes. So she was like, I don't need to go go to it. There's no point to just come by every once in a while we can see you I slept with him, but he wasn't interested in the knife.

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So he chose to alight. And of course, learning from these is the fact he was given an option. Or somebody chose something different than the options he was given. i After giving him options, and then his behavior, sometimes I'm restricted a lot of those options, but he didn't he didn't take any of it, that he can talk about our universe. And this will be more proper for your wives to find the cool of their eyes. What I said and for them not to be upset and not to feel sad, we're handling it for them to be accepted me for them to find pleasure and acceptance, being at a Tahuna with what you offer them Kowloon with what you offer all of them need for all of them to find acceptance in what

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you are, what you will give them and what you will offer them. What does this mean? You see if I chose not to go to Hafsa maybe this week, she can say, well, this is not fair. You owe me a night. You have to come to my house tonight because that's for fairness. So the Quran is saying No, he doesn't owe you anything while manipulating him. And if Allah you know, Holly told you about two women, Tasha, you do what you like you if you do choose to go back to someone that you don't want to get didn't we weren't doing it before, then there's no shame and there's no problem upon you. If you do that, you choose who you want to differ from you and you choose what we want to draw closer, it

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is your choice.

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And this Hukam is there so that the waves will find no problem. When you know that you're not owed something whenever you're given whatever you're given you're happy with it when it's not your right if you know what's your right you start fighting for it when it's taken away. true or not true, right? I know this is my right I'm old this way doesn't come to me I fight for I get very upset. But I know I'm not owed anything. You know, I have no grounds to ask for anything at all. Then whatever I get to the idea is a bonus hamdulillah happy that's me that he can deny me this ruling exist at dinner, it's more proper for three things for them to find the cool of their eyes for them not to be

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sad and for them to be accepting and happy with whatever the Prophet said limbs off is awesome offers all of them. However, it is awesome. Even with this with this ruling, he chose to do it fairly every night. I mean, he chose to do it fairly he never He never stopped doing it fairly I suppose them except the sodoku at a certain point she she donated she's I don't go to someone else. Well, Allah Who Yeah, let me Matthew could do become Allah Subhan. Allah knows what's in your heart. There's not the first time something like this has been in DeSoto. But has been a very clear indication that Allah subhanaw taala is talking about those things that are unseen within the human

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soul. And the human heart is not the first time we've sort of talked about the psychology of things. We found it very predominantly in the story of the Confederates at the beginning of this era. Now again, is going to come up a few more times.

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And kind of apply hubiera right, another point. So you'll find the author of this sutra, talking about what's inside

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jelajah law when he gives rulings he knows what we feel what we think. This is not something that is a mystery to him. We find out these things every day. As we go along. We learn more and more about how we function as human beings on the inside Allah subhanaw taala to him, this is not news. Allah, Allah Matthew will be able to become Allah Subhana Allah knows what you have in your hearts, the feelings that you have in the thoughts. So he made these rulings, he put them out there. Just in case one day you asked, Well, why did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam have more than more than four? And why is it that some nights he wasn't here and he was there and why isn't why? Why? Well because

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this is what Allah subhanaw taala commanded for him. These are the options he gave him. This is what he was given. He chose him many of these options he chose not to take some Allah on he will send them out of his own integrity out of his own generosity of his of his spirit, some of them but they were offered to him. And because Allah subhanaw knows what you think about in your hearts and your minds what goes through it, we made these yet so you

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can recite them. So you don't have any grounds to question himself or to question his behavior. That makes sense, because or else, Yaniv would become very easy to say, Well,

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imagine, imagine Islam, if you're going to marry, you can make up to four, with a lot of conditions, a lot of financial conditions that are that apply. Correct. If you're married to a woman, and she's taking maybe, let's say, you're quite wealthy, so you have around $3,000 a month, that is just for her and her kids to do. And she's living in a spacious house, you want to marry another another woman, that you have to have the exact same amount and the tech sector for house waiting, happy, very do well off, if you want to marry again, you can see, okay, whatever you have, no, we're going to cut it in half. No, it's not how it goes. That's not how things are done. Meaning you can lose

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money later on, or you won't be as wealthy so everything is cut down. But during the time you get married, you don't marry and then divide what you were giving to your first wife and her in her household and half between two women that's not always done, you marry you have to be a financial ability, you're well off enough to start something different. That's one of the financial

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conditions that apply to a man who wants to marry you. I need a second way for a third way for a fourth. But why does little SLM have more than that? Why does someone like him have none of that when it came to money isn't that we just recited two stories before, though he had nothing. He basically was coming home with nothing. And the wives were getting upset because no actual wealth was being bought brought into their homes, their homes, weren't they couldn't improve any of their houses, they weren't improving anything, things were staying exactly the way they were. And you're saying that why is that okay? And then people can come and start asking, well, is that proper, so

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the I fixed the ended ended the discussion in, we have made for you the following. This is where you you're a little different from others.

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Except that you don't accept that that's that's your choice. But that's how the dean is. And this is what sort of talks about accepting the things that you may not enjoy accepting the parts of the dean that are either very difficult, very awkward, uncomfortable, doesn't make you submit to Allah subhanaw that is, but then you look at his character, some Allah hottie and so then you'll find much ease, find much easier his character some lesson and you didn't enjoy wealth, while his wife was entirely selfless. And he didn't. He never, he didn't go out of his way looking to marry from any

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specific women from certain, from certain ages. He didn't mistreat the wives that he had, he didn't divorce any of them or hurt me any of the mothers of believers are below 100. All of them stayed. We have no evidence whatsoever that the prophets I seldom ever divorced the woman. There's no evidence of any level of authenticity, and you'll find narrations that are completely unacceptable from an authenticity perspective, but nothing that is reliable that the prophet ever divorced anyone. So I don't know how you sell them. So you sent me the idea here, told you what to do what you want. Okay, and Allah who I Lehmann Haleema, and Allah subhanaw has always been the most knowledgeable the All

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He knows what's in your heart. So he's all knowing Halima. It's very specifics, not very many times in the Quran.

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Most what is more common in the Quran? Yes. And even Hakeem is way more common in the Quran because they work together very nicely for a lot of different situations. He is all knowing that he has all why so you should be good. Because when someone tells you to do something, you question two things, whether he understands everything regarding the situation, or certain parts of the situation, unknown to him, it could be certain parts are unknown, then he's not he's not well informed to give to give you any advice, and then you need to know if he was perfectly informed. Does he have enough wisdom to tell me to do anything anyways? He may know everything but have no wisdom, right? So Allah

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subhanaw taala, even Hakima isn't the point many times he knows it all and he's the most wise so you're good. You're good to accept everything he tells you to partner with and that's why it's so commonly repeated in the Quran. I live in Halima Alleman, Halle much less commonalities. Now it's not there as much. But the concept here is a bit different. So is the All Knowing Subhana wa Tada. But this time, we're not talking about knowing circumstances or situations or environments that would allow him to be wise when he tells you to do something. No, we're talking about him knowing something that would when when you knew it, when you knew it would cause you to be extremely upset

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with the person when once you found out

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I don't even have you thought about the law. And one of the things you MIT says love for you to multi and multi millionaire and you have seen in Europe be when you hire see Bernie Ababa, Dr. Toby if I was given the ability to choose yomo piano, whether God's Allah subhanaw taala would judge me or my parents would judge me? I would choose Allah subhanaw taala

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No, why? What is it? What is the

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significance of that thing? While you when you think about it, if Jahannam is very Of course your mom is standing there, she's looking at your hand and she's looking at it. Of course she's gonna whatever just forgive him and let him go.

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I don't want him to my my kid my baby to to suffer but you don't know that for sure you don't know that they're actually more merciful towards you than your your Lord is maybe as your mom is saying that Allah some other shows are one of the things that you did that she never knew about that you lied about so you did it was you all these years it was you you're the one who said that you actually did that after we talked about it and you told me you didn't it was you? Right You got upset to the point well throw. No Colossi deserves to be anybody.

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You can you can accept a human being to the point where they'll lose whatever compassion they had for you. It's quite common. It happens all the time and leave right? The regret later. But at the moment that can you lose that compassion? Whoever Allah subhanaw taala is Helene Helen is is literally patients. Saba is not somebody's perseverance, they're very different. Or maybe not, they're not that different. Maybe we just made them different in the way that we use them. But somebody has a bigger word. Somebody has the umbrella word, right? This is like sugar is an umbrella word. And then under slavery, there's a lot of different meanings. One of them is hidden. One of

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them is patience. One of them is controlling yourself one of them is not acting drastically towards something that would otherwise yeah and he render a very harsh response. So Allah Ya Allah mama vehicle who will become he knows what's in your hearts. But Allah Subhan has always been Eileen know all knowing and Haleema very patient with his with his servants. So he didn't, he didn't punish anyone for things they thought of or said regarding the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam, he didn't and he put these ads instead. All right, you're wondering, you're questioning him some of them in terms of Alright, this is why he did what he did and this is why it's okay for him to do what he's

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doing. Because he has also learned I've made it harder for him and I will not punish anyone for thinking or saying whatever they thought or whatever they said that makes sense. That's why I live in Hollywood so here it's a different type the knowledge not the knowledge of

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of surrounding circumstances that would allow you to be more wise when you give advice it's knowledge of something that could make you respond in a very violent or in a very drastic way. So having him having patience the same time would make it much much easier. Okay. Reciting cello after the after it is a also a ruling and you can see the ruling is very it's gonna make a huge difference. Huge shift is the same concept but the same topic but a shift towards towards a different ruling. Law Yeah, he LULAC and Nisa mean bad

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Wella and della de hin I mean as

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Joe Baca hosts do one Elana look at me Look

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Why can a long leash a walk the

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lie a handler can nice man bad it started out this chapter yeah you want to be you in Helena like as soon as you get started with the made huddle for you the following You went through a list of things and talked about what he's allowed to do some lights are limited to and then immediately after lair Hill Academy said is not halal for you mean bad for you to marry women from now I'm in but I do what enter the delivery hindlimb as well as Nora for you to divorce one woman and so it's not about the numbers just in case there's understood from this you're not allowed to marry more that the number was the problem but as long as he has less than 10 he can he can divorce and no it's not the numbers

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that are the problem well and Debbie Debbie Hindemith as well or to change the divorce a wave and that is okay why have any less a one number less so I can marry you know, whenever I Jenica has no one no matter how much you're impressed by their by the person is not just beauty. Gemma is just beauty. Jamaat is just beauty person comes from the concept of excellence, son or husband something that is that is done very well. Something that is very good. So hosting over Nemean even if you are impressed by their excellence, or by their character or whatever, you're impressed by Elana Melaka, to me look except the wives, except a wife who is not free. Except if you marry a wife who isn't for

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you. It's called Maliki Amin. And this is something commonly misunderstood. When when you marry a woman who was free, there's a full contract when you marry a woman who was not free. We just make it mean there's a contract, but it's just not what the same, doesn't have the exact same condition. But there's still a contract. The notion that you could, you could just have as many Maliki mean as you wanted, and they were just women that you could do whatever you want with no, there was a contract of marriage here is called but it just the term that is used is called milkymap as a contract of marriage, there's just different conditions that apply to this contract.

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The conditions for example, she gets half them out of 100 Right and if she makes it if she doesn't make some mistake, then she's only I mean if you commit Zina she's only punished half the punishment that immediate Ronnie a free lady would be so there's certain conditions that apply but it's still a contract it's nothing nothing different what Elijah has done so as far as free ladies go, you're no longer allowed to marry any new ones nor like nor are you allowed to divorce the ones that you have in exchange in lemma Melaka Jimmy Kimmel creamy and if you want that he's a Muslim no he didn't do as Maria is only narration to have is that Marielle come to was I'm looking at the beginning and

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then camera xojo and another iteration that she was there from the beginning so you don't have you have no authenticity regarding the product selected and had Maliki mean in his life Alia so to

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me, there's actually no authentic narrations of the fact that he had them or that he actually

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was there a number or the names so the authenticity that we have is regarding his wives Alia Southwestern and their wives in the names that that we talked about last Holika Holika or the Halacha before

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so right after he was told in the two before that this was made halal do you can do this you can do this you can do this immediately after it lay a Hindu look at me sir from now I'm in but I don't mean from now on from now forward. You can't do this anymore. In lemme Melaka team you know, except what you have as wives who are would like freedom but he never chose that some lesson that I get another option that you didn't take. He didn't have multimedia. So I sent him your DVD here your, your article finale. So it was I mean, he would set them free.

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What kind of Allah who I that could really shake your rock either. And Allah subhanaw taala has always been the one who looks over and watches everything. Acaba in Arabic Lacava is for someone to watch over something is for someone to be observing. So a regulatory or regulative body, it would be called

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to Nakaba. So if you go to the Middle East, the regulatory body any any part of the government is a regulatory body, then there'll be a guy named Robert F. Tisch, they call it in Syria, and I think in Jordan as well, to finish his investigation, so Nakaba is when people are regulating you, you're being watched, what kind of Allahu Allah khalifate. Allah Subhan has always been upon everything irregular, someone who's regular regulating things, or he's watching over Subhana wa Tada. And this when you hear that's different than I even had him a second ago, extremely being

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to all knowing in the very patient towards those who had thoughts that maybe they shouldn't have had, regarding what he did some lighter limit and the options he was given. But then this guy is not talking to everyone he's talking to him, you're not allowed to marry.

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So this idea was a bit after I had before.

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life all the time. So the best estimation we have is that is a year number six or seven, like at the end of six speaking of seven, that's the best estimation that we have. But the thing is, is that these three that we just recited, there wasn't a long period between them, meaning the first two I didn't come in then this idea came a long time later, no, they came relevantly in the same period meaning almost even together. The reason why I said that is because that these you when you look at them, and it doesn't make why and second, that second layer layer Hello, because the point of this idea was talking about what Allah subhanaw taala made halal when he didn't make halal and this is

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his ruling you submit to it, we submit to it me we submit to what was made to him just like the province that I'm submitted to what was made not halal to him, I mean, a minute later, so it's not it's not an issue of our choices. It's not even what we like what we don't like the first two I had something made halal for him. So I said I'm you and I have to accept and immediately the eye after it's not acceptable.

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Why would the IRB what what would you tell him in that boron why we just, you know, let him know, he's awesome without just leave it open. Right? So the idea that there was no why would the Why would this idea come in the Quran to begin with, like a whole new like a new settlement? I do.

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Remember, I read the

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one of the most should have been one of the orientalists written the small essay on a number of AI that that confused him. I'll look up the name Michelle, and I'll try to I'll try to share the it's an old article, one of the ayat that confused him in the Quran because for them their opinion is that the Quran is written by the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, right. So he's confused by this area. Why would he write this idea? Like what what could this point what what is the purpose could this possibly serve for him? So I said to him in terms of what he was doing, it's there's nothing

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there's many Why would these even be there? I need to write like if you're writing the Quran Yourself if You're harsh enough also so let me you never did. I never would. But why would you have this i in the middle layer hailakandi settlement by the way that intimate delivery in them as much whenever algebra cornerstone, even if you're impressed by their excellence? What kind of Allah why that cliche rocky when he's watching over everything you do, why would that be their sort of lies to them? The concept is, is

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in obedience, this is the whole point of the surah is submission, you accept and you follow what you like what you don't like what you're comfortable with and you're not comfortable with doesn't make a difference. No one's asking that no one's interested in that part of all this. So we accept that he was made halal for him. Salah isn't just like he accepted what was made not halal for him. So I sent him a minute later, when he was told immediately that is not halal for you anymore. Does that make that makes sense? And they all came together just as a statement. So the history here is not important. It's a statement that's important that Allah subhanaw taala says hello Hola. Hola. Hello.

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He will say that this is halal. And this is not halal to whom he wants when he wants and you accept it. If you're a Muslim, you submit and you accept an EOB

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after this

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already, yeah, so at this point he had it so Devon Zama and Asia. So Diego have been tama and Xena the Jose man Xena Berman to Josh Allahu Allah and God limited Hadith and Maimunah mentor Harris and bumo Salah hinder

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the Allahu anha and Javi Baramulla interviews of Yan and Mario companions of em, even after all them are there, all of them where there will be Allah who, at that point.

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When Yeah, so I talked about her a second ago.

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So I attended that she was asleep when he married her. That was all it was, is that he married her on a contract where she was still asleep. That is not clear. He may have in that she he became a journeyman even have it into the test of the or the book that he married her after the Iowas revealed.

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Again, we don't have any authenticity for these things. Yet. When it comes to timelines, it's very hard to establish timelines and we have talked about that a number of time before the Jewish tribe.

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know she was the gift from him focus, I believe. So the leader of Egypt has sent her as a gift to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So the narration say one of two things either he married her as a Mulqueen as a slave, and then later on, she was granted her freedom and she buried Ibrahim for him Ali Sato Salam and other narrations that he married her as a free woman. And she of course, she converted and boy stories you get Muslim by the law and had both only what we need in both stories. But to establish that she did it after this timeline is impossible. Like for you to exactly to say that after this, it is impossible to do that, like it's literally it's impossible, you can do it.

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Because when it comes to timelines for these things, no one can I can authenticate exactly when this idea was revealed, I told you we think is at the end of six, early seven, I could be off by a year and a half or two I easily meaning that there's more than one ratio. When it comes to when Maria was young, he was sent. We don't know for sure either. What what is much more proper for us to believe and to work with is that the Prophet SAW Selim stuck to what Allah subhanaw taala told him to stick to in the Quran, because had he not done that then people would have immediately noticed and, and have a lot of things to say about these. But that's not the point of the of the surah. It's more of

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the fact that he makes Hellas soprano with Daniel you mix not Hello, for us or for him, some of them is an issue of acceptance and submission. We can like it we can like it doesn't make that much of a difference. Does that make sense? And that is the end of this, this chapter and the chapter after it. We're going to start in show right now just it is a bit. It's a bit different. But there's a lot of similarities, meaning we're still inside the house of the profits of a nice LM you can see a lot of that a lot of this is happening inside the house, very distressful for him it is so sad that these things are we're talking about very personal issues for him talking about it, but his

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marriages and his divorces and his wives and, and things his wives did and things he was allowed to do regarding that and now we're going to enter his house on a different in a different way. We're going to talk about people visiting him some lesson that I want you to imagine if you lived back in the day, right? You were in Medina, how many times a day would you try and go sit with them? Some of them? Right? I'll just be standing at the room. So Allah when I go catch it,

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it was a minute I want to throw something I honestly don't know how many people you think are every single day are people coming knocking on the door? Allah I have a problem you have like 510 15 minutes, only five minutes or less a little bit. It goes on for three hours but it's only five minutes initially and then it goes on forever. And people are standing there knocking on the door waiting for him. And sometimes people waiting outside the house maybe as he walks away they can talk it's always happening to someone lights and there's no evidence anywhere in this theater by the way that he ever got upset or angry with anyone. But it's please don't treat other 90 Islamic scholars

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of any capacity anywhere you go with the same expectations of who he did some Allah Allah said and please don't you don't have the right to do that. Don't do that. Hold yourself to the standards he puts the Lyceum don't hold other people to the standards. He put Elisa to them. It's not fair. It's just not fair. To them had that standard he never He never. He frowned at anyone who ever mistreated anyone's lives no matter what they did, until this idea was revealed. And the Sahaba were like we had no idea until you read this idea that this was happening. We had no idea this is totally new to news to us. That the Prophet says no

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There are certain things that Lisa is being bothered by that is that we didn't know we're sorry. Because he never let it he was too polite to let anything show examples of that as

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I start to sit down with people coming to visit, and then he would bring them in and they would sit and they would sit for too long. They would sit for Janya, good hour and they keep on sitting people leave and the people were still sitting so the prophets I said I'm gonna say Okay, stay for food and without starting a mirror or whoever's in whoever whoever's house he is staying prepared some food for them and he would sit around waiting for the food and then eat the food and then after the food they would

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you know, sit it for three, four hours at his place on Alexa. And continuously this has happened on almost a daily basis. He had people who would come in for long periods of time just sometimes just wanting to chat. Just want to have a conversation. They're bored. I met people like that are bored have nothing to do with just want to fit in. You're busy. You have a million things that you're waiting for you but they just want to sit and talk have you going

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to run and they just want to sit down and talk about the weather or whatever is going on. And I'm sitting there they're in his house he can I tell them Yanni

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leave me shabby.

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Shabby is the teacher of Geneva. They're one of the students. So he was one day, he was sick. So a man came and visited him. So he visited him and he sat for a long time. So he told him Yeah, Imam Lacuna Coil to ALEC, I hope I wasn't too bothersome towards you for Karla and Alejo antibiotic basic. You're You're bothersome to me when even when you're staying in your own home, forget it.

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And there's actually books that were written talking about a footballer, they wrote the stories about those who are just an Arabic We say to them, it's a very, very, very, very common common usage, which means you have thick or heavy blood. Now it's a figure of speech. That means you just don't know. You're just bothersome, you don't know your jokes are annoying. Yeah. And when you stay too long, you just get all that

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gunk for color. Those are just heavy, they come and just make your life easy. It is not happening to you need one go. So the whole time you're in talking about this idea called the deputy footballer, this idea came and it gave a job and manner to those who are like that, maybe you should learn how to kind of, because it was not me it was a normal story, the level of fame that he had earlier. So it was a bit some people would come from far away from maybe 1000 kilometers away, coming to ask him a question or two, or just spend some time with him. Right. And then other people were just had nothing to do. Or they saw somebody who was an educator, he was a role model he needed to do the job

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that Allah subhanaw taala gave him to do and he also needed to to take care of his his wives and his children and their children. Never forget that I hope I hope when you're thinking about him selecting them in your life, and you're in your mind, sorry that you recall that his wives will be Allah on who had children that he himself said Allah who took on the responsibility of caring for

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right so the wives like Mojave Baramulla had three children. Almost Elena had selama one child and there's an aeration there's yet another one but it's not clear. Join em a Munna most of them were married before and had children in their homes. The Prophet saw them before he married these wives he had in his house with house with Khadija, two children. Khadija two kids Hinden her two kids were in the house. And he had Zaid and Alia the Allahu Anhu and Fatima and Roca young consumers, eight individuals living in his households allegedly he was taking care of them, not all of them his biological children Alia salatu. Salam, and then later on things were very similar. And then Zeynep,

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his daughter had kids and Fatima had kids and Roca they had kids and then the grandchildren as well. He had a big family. So he didn't. And so you have to balance how are you going to do what he's doing? He slept with him in terms of being the Prophet and the role model and the teacher and the educator and guiding the messenger of God and the leader of the of the not just the conduct of congregation, but the OMA itself and a family person, and then this, then the dude who's sitting in the house and just not getting up and going. So how does it work? And is what the I can talk about talking about it. So it's another example of something that's difficult to speak up. But then

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there's another detail on this because you think, oh, that's simple. I should be there. Definitely to teach those people to listen. But But then another part is on some has to bring in guests all the time. Right. Yeah. Have you been guessing all the time?

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Regarding regarding the timing that was addressed here, but what he kind of stopped bringing in guests, by me is sitting in a room

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that maybe has an extension maybe some of them don't didn't

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know man would come in. We don't know where this man came from. He came from a different tribe, maybe 500 kilometers. We have no idea who this guy is. There's three or four of them. They sit and want me sitting right there in front of them. And so the prophets I

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To them, if it was once every week or two, three weeks, no problem, but every day multiple times men are coming in and out of the house with somebody but when you're sitting there any of them had to mean was something that was uncommon for Arabs and was uncomfortable for the prophets and for Omaha's remote meaning. And I want to help Tom is the one who actually noticed that he was one of the things he noticed qualia, Rasulullah you know, and they said and he said,

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Can you tell tell your wife like to put like a barrier or something, put up a curtain or just put up a hijab

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because people men are coming in and out, in and out, in and out, and he was concerned for his own daughter Hafsa Lowe and this is the people coming in all the time. I can't say no to people knocking on the door want to come in as I bring them in, but it was so common and so so there's a specific ruling here again to another ruling that is uncomfortable, they will talk about Hijab something specific to the wives of the prophets listening but something also not specific to the meaning that is something that is very, that is going to be common for all women, Muslims, this is something that till this day is uncomfortable and awkward and difficult for many for Muslim

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for Muslim women or is it time for them?

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For Muslim for Muslim women all around the world, the issue of hijab and dealing with it is getting the word hijab is gonna come here it's probably the only place in the Quran that the word hijab is actually going to come and be used like the actual word itself is going to be talked about for recite daily inshallah it's 945 today isn't are my great so we still have okay good so we'll start start reading I'm not sure if we'll fix the whole thing but we'll try who's like a look at

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Well I can either degree to further Hulu.

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So if you recited continuously you will say later on now Lina ina who are lacking inner who can either do it or not explain what that means in a moment. So either for him to

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show you

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what am Stepney seen early Hadith

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hola hola. Yes. Yay mean I'll help

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stop there for a moment because the other part is shift of a meaning. So here's a bigger stop here safely. Yeah, you are living and all those who believe letter to Hulu do not introduce it and that either houses of the prophets of Allah Islam

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Alaikum unless you are given permission, l Param. To eat food.

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This is very specific from now on. Meaning if you just want to go in and chat if you want to go and chill the private member's house don't see him I was I see him outside of his home next to him and the messages seem somewhere else. But if you're going to enter his home, it has to be with two conditions. First of all, he has to give you permission. And he has to be for food if you're coming in because you're hungry want to eat because he saw something very upset if people who didn't come in his house at all because he had a love Sahaba especially those who were who couldn't afford food in his home. So I sent out a sofa sofa where people always rotated into into his houses on the

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Hollywood setting because they couldn't afford to eat them whatever he had food, you bring them in, give them food. For now people don't enter his house just to chat.

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Now this ruling doesn't apply to everyone. It applies to the majority of the general public doesn't apply to the families of his wives on a South Sudan. It doesn't apply to those who are his advisors or those who are very close like Obama and Omar when it comes to the same thing because I'm not gonna I'm gonna also the fathers of his wife. So it works. It works either way. But this changed things. It changed dynamic for him, so I'll use them. Because if someone came and knocked on the door and say, hola Jani we want to come and talk. He would always say, always come on in. And then you know, if he stayed for too long, he was gonna tell I have sorrows and we'll set them wherever

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he's there to make some food. And this was very tiring for him some lesson. So the two conditions that were put is that you enter his home there has to be permission it means that he has to tell you to come in. You have to be telling because imagine

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This, when that is there, you can imagine that maybe some people didn't wait for permission. Maybe some people didn't. And many of the Dadaab, we wouldn't it would knock on the door and they would enter. Right? And they come and sit even though they were not told to build or come on in, or you're allowed to. Please join me. So some people had that adversity they just walk in. And another thing is that the purpose for it would be just a general, just a city that had no object. So here it was for food and as we permission, that's the first thing like, lay it on Allina you know, but

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you're not when you're going for the food is you're sitting around waiting for it to be cooked. So the food is being prepared. You're not going to wait for that preparation of the food in his house and Allah Allah Salam so sometimes to put together to prepare food will take an hour that hour, you're not going to sit there and wait for that hour late on elvina You know what I can however, what's going to happen is the following if you're eaten when you're told to come in for the Hulu, enter, fade out by him jump so when you eat because the food should be ready, fade out time to finish shooting the leave. And what are those? What time was techni seen at the Hadith not sitting

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around waiting?

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Nurse means it comes. It comes from wounds, wounds is literally chilling Wallahi it's literally literally that is the perfect way to explain it in English. There's no better word for Ns is this when you just want to enjoy someone's company. For instance, I certainly speak I would like to sit down enjoy your company when I was setting the scene, Hadith, not sitting around waiting for him to start a cut to strike a conversation on the mycelium to enjoy his words and his wisdom and there's no none of that. If you're going to come you're gonna come with permission for food, they're gonna say don't wait for food in his house unless you let your Beagle come in. When you're called in for

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food you eat then you leave, don't sit around waiting for conversation, right?

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In early come, can you within nebbia indeed that that action mean the opposite of that, where we explain to you what you understand what's happened before, can you maybe it would harm the prophets I send them to him in common he would be too embarrassed and ashamed and too polite to say anything about it. Well, Allahu Allah is to him and but Allah subhanaw taala doesn't have no shame towards saying the truth are saying that which is righteous, Allah Subhanallah is no shame upon and which none of us should have shame of. We should all innocent isn't that the whole point of socializer lose the distress, lose the uncomfortability lose the awkwardness and just do what Allah subhanaw

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taala told you to do and be much more open is that we're kind of shifting towards who you feel like as you read so slowly, slowly your mentality and your heart shifts toward being less close towards his commands, being more open to accepting them not feeling distressed, not feeling awkwardness, not feeling shame, not caring what other people have to say Isn't that we just went to the prophets I was told with Duchenne nurse and you will fear or you revere the opinions of people who Allahu Akbar and Daksha but you should, Allah is more deserving of your reverence. His opinions are more important, what he has to say is more important. So you can feel that even as we read this sort of

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slowly, we shift from being very ashamed of the opinions that we carry, ashamed of the commands that we need to follow to slowly not feeling that shame not feeling distressed, not feeling awkward, not being uncomfortable, and accepting what Allah subhanaw taala has told us to do, and do it with an open heart and an open mind. I think, I feel that the goal is as you go through is to achieve that in our hearts and in our minds and in the way that we and you are given a small pearl of how to do it right with God Allah had to conquer theory given here, do this, it'll help you along the way. It'll make it easier for you and challenge you to achieve this. The private salon was very

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embarrassed to say to tell a group of people who had come in an hour before food aid and now we're sitting two hours after food

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can you please leave I need to rest I need to lay down I need to speak to me I have things to do you sit and he would speak and you would listen to them day after day. I imagine for years. Imagine that this happened for years before therefore the client came and made this a clear Rolla hula is to

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come from the same concept.

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And the same thing, hire and casual, very different because casual is being embarrassed or ashamed.

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Hyah is different. I use it figuratively, like when I say that he was not ashamed and embarrassed. I use that figuratively Of course, the concept of embarrassment and shame does not apply to Allah Subhanallah anyway. But if you want to take it philosophically and break it down, I mean, what it means is for you, not to accept upon yourself doing something that is beneath you. That's what higher is like if you want to kind of make it in so many words is for you not to accept upon yourself to do something that is beneath you. That is not that you are not created to do that you should know better than to do with meaning you will feel that it's improper for you to be viewed by

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Allah subhanaw taala performing a sin that's higher higher is for you to feel that I shouldn't it's not proper for me to be viewed by him committing this sin so you don't commit this and that's higher. hudgell is just feeling embarrassed. You're put on the spot, speak publicly.

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Your buckle and that's just that's not higher. It's not higher. And Allah Subhanallah uses the word of God upon himself along with that you're stuck even at helping examples with the McCullough and Allah Now yesterday

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Yo, yo gleyber methylene blue button for my Volca meeting he had does not find it inappropriate doesn't find it beneath himself subhanaw taala to see the truth if you want to kind of explain this in a more philosophical proper way just to kind of again the figures the figure of speech is important that makes us wait because before that we understand what he's talking about subpoena What's that? Okay, so that's the first one awkward, very awkward. Imagine the immigrant the awkward of the moment when he recited these

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them to the Sahaba

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imagine himself how awkward he felt having to read this

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isn't that how it works? You have been tells him and then he said okay, right. Ally

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Maybe it's about himself, isn't them. But see I had before just been there. Maca and Alan Nabhi human halogen female funneled Allah hula there has never been distressed or how to add your awkwardness for the profit regarding what Allah subhanaw has made obligatory upon him. When he saw some had learned that and that was done. He didn't didn't feel any more distress, but still in his heart. Didn't want people to know that that was because I'm pretty sure a lot of people were listening to this idea kind of sunk in their clothing.

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A lot of people going to thunking their clothing and one towel feeling ashamed. Maybe they're the person who has been there for the last week every day to three hours enjoying themselves a guy I'm spending time with the professor mycelium. Yeah, you are but you're also making this like very difficult these two plates and Eliza them

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exactly. As a similar context to it's a bit different. But there's something there. But he was too polite and allows them to come up and say please leave. I need I need to I need my rest time. Elisa to a salon now shows you the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salatu salam, okay, that's complete, complete the but now you know what? That was specific for the sahaba. Right? How come that it was important for them to learn? And they followed and the prophets I said no, of course found that I need something helpful for him in his life. Is it a parallel to take from this?

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Is specific I agree it's very specific to the Prophet some of the highlights, like you said back in the day. But is there a parallel to take from this, of course, anyone who has a status

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that has any form similar to the profit some of the holidays, like you said, in terms of knowledge, in terms of any of leadership in terms, maybe what applies to him some of Leisa lemon in certain ways, maybe some of that should apply to those who are taking on the roles that he took on some of them in his life. And maybe we should be very, very aware of that. Maybe it's important for us to be aware of that when we when we deal with people who are Jani who had that status like him some nice lemon, you'll see that a lot. I remember when we were kids when we were younger, we were reminded of this idea and a number of times because we were told that Bellamy were students of knowledge and we

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would go and visit the shoe and sit with them for hours learning from them and they will be reminded that don't forget that you only be in his house for as long as you need to the moment you don't need to be with him leave he is a human but he has is he has human needs that he needs to be able to we sometimes forget that because there's so much it's so interesting and so beneficial for you to spend these hours with this person you don't realize that other people do do are doing the same you're not alone in this in this guy this need or this desire to be with him or whoever or her to be honest anyway anyone who has that level of and then you end up making their lives very difficult and the

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human competence too much too polite to say anything about it. So I think there's a parallel here to be to be drawn and realized when a guy doesn't gel okay we continue with shallow reciting the

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Now this next is a bit complicated in terms of the number of modules, take a look at it yourself so that you're prepared. So let's count how many meds there are within the first line. So fee, that's four, that's another, those two, well, that's three, a burner, that's another that's four, well, that's fine Wallah that six a burner that seven so within the first line there are seven mu times for that is 28 counts just for them. Dude, forget about the how many noon has a shutdown in footage we just for the two one. So either you hidden that's still in, that's another two I've been in, that's another 321 That's four so we have four new ones and then seven minute so we're gonna have to

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do this very slowly. I'm not going to do it

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properly in terms of Tajweed preferences individually after whenever when there's

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conjunctions when you're adding something to another you should always go back to the thing before now if I were going to do I'm going to do that was I will probably finish maybe at the lovin just reciting the idea. So what I'll do is I'll just stop and I'll continue but acknowledging that that is not the most appropriate way to resign from the perspective May Allah forgive us but it's a very long way and I'm just I'm concerned that it'll take a very long time to resign. So we'll start because this will end the chapter and Sheldon and we'll have something new to start on next next week didn't lead Juna highly Haile Nephi

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Okay, so now we'll put these all together in this chapter, we'll be over again entering his hosted lesson, yet again, we there's a little more than

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if you speak to the wives of the Prophet, so I set them to move in Amata and is a figure of speech that means you speak to them about something of a worldly, a worldly nature, meaning metallic, just something of life. Do you have any How are you doing? How is your parents doing? How is your kids doing? What's going on on anything new

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anymore? No matter? How can you lend us some lentils or give us some salt or something like that with two more nametags? So we were speaking to them.

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And issues of meta meta use of ease of worldly concerns that aren't urgent. They're not emergencies. They're not of a religious basis. You're asking a question? Yeah. I mean, we are on me. Tell me about what the Prophet has said regarding this. No, no, you're just it's just a chat. Now, before we go on, yes, that is permissible. To begin with, yes, that is permissible meaning to speak to a

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Muslim woman about something that is not specifically Yeah, it is accept is permissible as long as the conditions of professionalism and proper behavior and other means code, as we talked about.

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A few pages before, are met and are respected and observed. So it's not haram for you to speak to a to the opposite. Gender is very sometimes it's very much. It's courteous and it's needed. If you work together, it's normal for you to say the words that need to be said sometimes. Now you'll be stuck in an elevator or you'll be in the same office and it's very normal for to have these

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Conversations no for the way he was Prophet.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam was wives specifically, there was an additional hukum to the hijab that we already have in the deen, which is the woman, she covers everything. Every Muslim woman covers everything but her face in her hands beside me to add to that for the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam was if the conversation is going to be mattagami, something that has nothing to do first, and

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then put another hijab, and ask them from behind the curtain or behind a barrier being put another barrier here. But I had another one, maybe besides the one that is already there, which is the dress code that Muslim woman, women would carry another hijab specifically for the prophets of Allah, Islam, his wives. Why? Because the number of people entered his home alley. So to sum is very high. Every day, people were coming in and out, in and out, in and out. So there's a lot of proximity. And we don't we didn't know what the who these all these people were. And

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I will explain in a moment, another Danya aspect to that, that alikhan Kapoho, the Kullu become wealthy dubium and D that is pure, there's a high level of purity for your hearts, and their hearts. When that is put. If someone you're

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you're seeing every single day, every single day, like the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they are married to the prophets, I said there's no possibility of anything happening. What about after so that was the problem. That was a problem that some men will think oh, if I ever lived the Prophet so I said I'm I would marry full. Well, she's only what we need. So that status will be something I'll benefit from. And I'm seeing her every single day. So I'm developing a relationship that maybe is Daddy from alcoholic Lew, Rockwell will begin. So immediately after that we're Americana LUCAM. And to the Rasul Allah, it has never been permissible or acceptable for you to harm

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the prophets of Allah, Allah wa salam, by speaking only by doing that on a daily basis, by communicating with his wives every single day in a way that that has no purpose Metaxa is not a goal to it. What Anthony was a gentleman by the word for you to marry his wives after he passed away. So because of the specific situation that the Prophet salallahu Salam had regarding his home, and the number of people who came in the field of the Asia was made for the ladies of for his wife, Sally is awesome, specifically. And this is not the job that I'm talking about, which is at the cutting because that was already a part of things a long time before it was an additional barrier that was

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between the men and between the within the women and that way they could speak to the wives but there was an additional barrier, why daddy come out? How do you become a Colombian that's pure for your hearts and there's because it was never acceptable for you to ever to harm the prophets of Allah Allah was a limb or to marry his wives after he passed away. That was never an option for any of you in the Alikum can end Allah He Alina indeed had that happen. That had been a very, very catastrophic thing in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala I'll leave up a great thing not in a good way but in a bad way. Now a great neighbor transgression in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala

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the eye after is even more revealing in to produce a and O to fool if you reveal what you were thinking about or feeling or you hold it in for in Allah hookah Anna. You couldn't be shy in Lima, but Allah subhanaw taala he knows all anyway, meaning there are those who thought of these things. Remember, I told you guys, this is gonna come up? The beginning I told you, so it is going to make everyone who has it? Listen, it's gonna feel awkward about things. I'm gonna feel like it's difficult. This is what is this? How is this working? Sahaba thought that, yes, normal. They're humans. They're human beings. If you sit in the proximity of another woman every single day, for a

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long period of time. And you talk about Madonna. That's a specific this is this specific thing. Madonna means issues of worldly. I need to agree that has nothing, no specifics. Now professionalism is not it's not work related. It's not educationally related. It's not religiously related. It's just matter, then yes. That is not good for your heart. And there is not pure of there's like a purity here.

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You see how the client teaches us how to regulate ourselves a bit. Regulate is always done. You see this situation? There's a lot of chitchat going on. It's not haram. But let's make it pure. Let's put a barrier here. Let's see. That's not how it happened later forever, because I shared with Allah who got under a camel and she led an army one day without a job. The job wasn't there. Now without the hijab. This is where people don't understand things they think, tell the hijab without the law that is always there. They're always covering everything, but the face of the hands is without the extra barrier that that was made specific for the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I

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mean, she spoke to me she spoke to the members of the men of the Sahaba face to face about issues that were regarding biryani the death of Earth's mantle doula who are putting together the Quran or issues like how sunnah almost dilemma they did these things, because this was not much

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harder when it's matar for the wives of the Prophet Solomon specifically because it's a huge

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transgression for you to marry, or to think of marrying one of the prophets, sometimes wives actually passed away because they're only meaning and he just did to hold on to that status. So there was an additional ruling regarding that. Does that make sense? Is that gonna come across properly in taboo che and if you show if you reveal, if you choose to reveal what you thought of Oh, devo you withhold it and you keep it secret in Allah gonna be equally shaken Alima Allah subhanaw taala indeed knew without notice at all. And that's telling you it's not clear, right? It's not a clear saying people thought of it is saying it from an indirect manner. Yeah, there were thoughts.

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There were things that were hidden, maybe it's revealed, maybe it's not, but there were things there. It's okay, they were human, are the Allahu Anhu much money, they're human beings. Actually, I find this area to teach us a whole lot more than we choose to learn from it. You see, there's nothing wrong with the Sahaba themselves themselves as human beings to feel that if that was the case, meaning that they were dealing with women on a metabolize meaning just worldly things, knows no specific goal on a daily basis that could cause them to think in a wrong way. If that could cause them to think in a wrong in an improper way, then what do you think about us understand the idea

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this is for us to learn. When you when you're dealing with the opposite gender with no actual mean, there's no clear purpose of how or why you're dealing with them, then maybe you should watch out because things can develop thoughts could come. Now if these thoughts are permissible, meaning she's singleness or you hamdulillah then you will get married. But if she is not, if she's a married woman, and you're married men, what are you doing? Keep it professional. And if you're not going to keep it professional, then maybe make sure there's a hijab, there's an extra barrier. I'm not saying physical, not necessarily a physical barrier. Some of the wives the Prophet says I'm slaves. Some of

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his wives in their homes didn't have a curtain. They just turned away, or didn't physically stay in the house. So sometimes it wasn't just always putting a physical barrier. Sometimes it's how you choose to face them or speak to some or deal with someone. Be careful. This is what the Quran is talking about the first time to address I've talked about this. It talks about it. A few pages back, McCarthy we were at about wodgina About Bucha Healy Yeti Lula, and we talked about that in detail in terms of what that means. But I think it's very important that you know how they hint Nephi about you and there is no however, there is no distress, there's no shame, there's no embarrassment,

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there's no fault, there's no blame upon the wives of the Prophet. So I said, let me know women, fear about you regarding doing that with their fathers, whatever now you can know are their kids, their children, their sons, of course, women is coming to an end or their brothers whatever now you won't even know where their nephews, whatever, not a whole lot to know the nephews from their sisters, from their sisters, when they would only tell you in the order of women friends or their women relatives. Well, Mr. Melaka, amen. One or their slaves are those whom is Mullikin into them. Well, Anna Monica, Tainan, meaning this is specific for men who don't fall under any of these categories.

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Any of these categories is no problem anymore. There's no There's many common sense. It's

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common sense isn't isn't as common as, as we think it is. But this is what the AI is what to clean Allah. In short Taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala be very pious of Allah subhanaw taala. And the way that you're going to in Allah can clearly show you in Shahida Indeed, Allah Subhanallah as a witness of everything that happens.

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Are you hearing the I don't know what you're saying. Can you imagine the Sahaba listening to these ideas?

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That go back to the the idea we started last time you went to BU and now

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you made halal for you the following and then we harbor and the Prophet sites and of himself and the prophets wives, or the Allahu Anhu Jemaine, they're listening to this stuff. They're listening to these ads, and they're listening to the rulings that are coming in the halal and haram what is permissible, what is not how to deal with the prophets, I said, I'm in terms of entering his home, how to speak to his wives, what people have thought of what is permissible, what is not for the women and themselves in terms of having that metallic odor without a proper barrier. That makes sense, all these things you have to listen to, they're very, very difficult. It changes the dynamics

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of the social encounters that people are going to have within it within any given community. And that's hard. That's awkward. And that is not easy. So that is the final. Well, that's the end of this, this chapter. And the chapter coming chapter is very much, I'm not gonna say it's fully later, but it's a bit later, I guess, you're going to see a huge difference in terms of how much easier it is, but it will be a bit less late until we come to the finale of the sutra that will kind of bring everything together not by summarizing the rulings, but by talking about the concepts that I have shared with you today mean that are in the last number of of Halaqaat. How many of you have

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refinishes at time? Okay, so inshallah we don't have any time to

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talk about the about the hikma itself. Well, I'll give him a minute. explanation. He says the lies. He said.

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He says in his third hikma, so Well, Jiminy Cricket as well and nakodar the strong intention or the strong him

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him you have a lot of energy, you want to do something great.

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These things don't have the ability to pierce the walls of destiny. That's what he says in his in his hikma and this is connected to the Heckman before these two Hekmat these two pearls of wisdom, once they understood, they give a very, very nice comprehension of how we're supposed to deal with that which is labor. That's which which is destined predestined, we can control and that which we can control, which is Shadow, which is the scene. So he put these two HECM together, we have a much better command of the of that concept. Just no one thing you are required to have a lot of him to have a lot of intention, a lot of strength, a lot of energy and enthusiasm and doing things however,

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it will never really change whatever Allah subhanaw taala has predestined you can't change that. But you're required to do it anyway. You can't cheat. You can't change that. But you're required to do it anyway. But under that, under that is a couple of concepts that we will explain in show next thanks apocalyptic Shinola