Tafseer Surat AlSaba #11

Adnan Rajeh

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Pre read them, I'll just at least revise with the last chapter that we had, that we had recited last time in the chapter that we recited last time.

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We were saying last night from 46 to 55 verses or so. And what they have in common is all them start with the word full. And I've explained multiple times and hope this sticks with you like for the, for the future, when you read the Quran, whenever you find clusters of like, meaning I have cold call in a row, it's one of three things I just teaching you how to have a dialogue with the opposition, like give to someone, what the dialogue should look like, right? It's a more of a debate way of looking at things. Or

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it's also first of all, it's it could be a dialogue, diagramming mean what your what your you're going to project towards these people specifically, or it's going to be a debate, you're gonna be telling you how to argue with them mean what points you should bring up. So dialogue is different than debate dialogue is what the conversation should look like, which is a different thing than actually debating a point, some of them will have will be debating points, some of them will be just dialogue, what the conversation be like. And the third thing would be is with perspective, me just your general narrative, basically what you think so it doesn't have to be necessarily, you're saying

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it to someone, you're just saying, generally, just this is what I this is what I think it is how I go by my life and this how everyone should go as well who think like me, this is basically that's what pulled me in so people who Allahu Allah, for example, here in Colombia will be nurse in a row, those are just general narratives. You're not necessarily debating with the opposition, nor are you having a dialogue, no, you're having a conversation. This is just how you look at things mean, this is what you walk on Earth saying out loud. So it's what it's about, we had two clusters of people, we got to see two types of them, we got to see dialogue, the first group of girls in a row that came

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in

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from 24, to 27. And they were just a dialogue of what we tell them when we tell the opposition, those who don't agree with us what our conversation with them is going to look like. And that was very important, because I had a number of verses and teachings that we need to hold on to. And then the last one that we read last time, or the second group of cluster of bulls of say, that we had last time is more of a narrative. This is our community, this is how we look at things. This is what we walk around and say this is how we view the world. And here's what our perspective is. So what were they consisted of five points basically, that I explained last time, I'll revise review

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quickly, I think they're very, very beneficial. I think they're very, very deep in in their meanings for the first one, when in a locum Wahida and to whom will Allah He must never for Radha to Mr. De facto say that I have only one piece of advice for all for myself, for you for the opportunity for everyone, all human race, we have one piece of advice for everyone this is for all, one thing we want just one thing, if you take nothing, take this, like if you if you're gonna take one thing, just take this from from us, this is how we think what you should do. And the hula hoops for you to take a stand for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala mean to pause everything for a moment, stop what

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you're doing, stop just blindly going through things just stop, you know, just basically going through your routines and actually take a stand for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala whether you do it alone, or in groups method Allah for either in groups or alone, the metaphysical, and then how do some some deep thinking or some contemplation or reflection, this is a word in the Quran that is repeated many times difficult for you to have contemplation or reflection or deep thought. And we're, we're, we're required to do it as Muslims. And this is saying that our narrative to the world is that this is all we ask everyone to do, is all we want people to do just one piece of advice,

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just everyone, just take a stand, just physically stop for a moment, and think and do the laundry within groups whenever you want to think deeply why because what's coming next is accountability. You want to make sure that you're on the right side of things, and that you've made your choices consciously that you're willing to deal with their consequences. So deep thought is what's going to make sure that happens for you, or else you're gonna come up, I'm finding out that you're gonna be you're accountable for everything. However, you didn't spend enough time thinking about it. And now you feel ripped off. Like had I thought about things a bit deeply, I would have made a different

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choice, I probably would have said this or done or done that or acted in that way. But I didn't I didn't do it. I didn't take a moment and think about things I didn't spend the time and now it's a loss on every on every level. So at no point are we asked as Muslims to turn off our brains and walk that was never the requirement. You sometimes think that was submission is that's why this these these sutras from the Zoomer talk about submission. Sometimes you're led to think that maybe submission is turning off your brain never. That's never the point, actually, you're supposed to think deeply coming to the conclusion of la ilaha illa Allah, and that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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brought the true word from Allah subhanaw taala and brought the wisdom of God to you. And when you know is the wisdom of Allah subhanaw taala you'll feel much more comfortable listening and walking down walking the road, even if it's not fully clear to you. So this is not a matter of turning off your brain. No, it's a matter of you thinking deeply coming to a conclusion that will allow you to sometimes have faith and things that you cannot see the direct consequences of at a certain point. We do that

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We have that in science. You have faith in science. So as long as you're using the scientific method, you will find that you will find the cure, even though right now it doesn't seem that there's any cure in the horizon, there's no way for you to actually do it, meaning that the actual information that we have right now is telling us it's possible, it's never gonna happen. It can't happen. Do you have enough faith in science? Why? Because you trust you trust a method, you've been studying it for so long, and you you have conviction that this is the right way to do things. So you trust them and you have faith in the method. So keep on doing it. Right even though it may not make

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sense at the time when you're when it's happening. And it may not seem that things are ever gonna get better or change. But you believe that it one day it will because you trust a method. It's very similar with a myth Allah Allah, once you believe in Allah subhanaw taala, to build that belief, when you when you have enough deep thought, and you spend enough time contemplating you believe in Allah subhanaw taala, you understand that he is his word is the truth, then you'll have faith in what He tells you to do. You know that Allah His rules, his rules are the ones that are worth following him. And sticking to those rules is going to make your life better, and it's going to

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improve the way societies function, even if at

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any given moment, you cannot see that effect directly, for whatever reason, they live, maybe living a different time, maybe you just you're just born in an in place in a time where you cannot see those consequences, or those those effects of what Allah subhanaw taala said, then if you believe in improperly, if you've done enough contemplation, and you'll be able to follow it, and believe that it will happen, and that and that is just how we're supposed to go by Islam. You're supposed to build your faith, on small details,

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that the number seven is repeated so many times in each area, that that must mean it's the word of Allah subhanaw, taala, something like that, on your site, something like some some simple simple thing that you were told at some point, and this is why you believe, and then you find out oh, my god, the numbers don't match up anymore. And now you're so somehow your faith is weaker? That's, that's crazy. Why would you build your faith on anything like that, that's not how you build your faith, you build your faith by taking by taking a stand for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And contemplating and having deep thought for, and don't do it alone, do it in groups if you need to,

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until you come to conviction of la ilaha illa Allah and then that will never shake, it's not, it's not going to be you have to lose it anymore. Why? Because you have to build it on your observation of the universe, you're going to build it on your observation of life, on your observation of history, on your observation of yourself and your own experience in your own story in this life, these four things are constants of the university, they don't change your past is your past and won't change.

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And if you build your Eman on them, then your iman will stick. And the only time these things are gonna change is your milk. And he told you about it before it happened. The day will come where everything will fall to pieces, and he told you exactly what's gonna happen so that you're not gonna lose your faith, then either. But if you build your, if you build your email and on a story, or a dog that you made once and it worked out, then all it needs for you to lose your management, make it dry and not work out. And then we're done. And that's not even, that's not even able to be a header. It's just one thing, one piece of advice for all the formula he method Arafura Deathrun with a

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difficult, just think Take, take a stand, take, stop and pause what you're doing. And think, contemplate deeply deep thoughts. Not nothing, I think superficial, nothing simple, no actually think, build your rationale. And if you do that, then you will come to the conclusion not be so heavy, who mentioned that's your conclusion, you'll come to the conclusion of the prophets I send them was not insane, there was no line. And that what he was telling me was the truth and he was warning you of a difficult a difficult punishment to come. And then you'll start preparing yourself. So that's the first narrative that we have contemplation everyone should think and prepare for

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consequences because you are comfortable, you're comfortable alone. Number two, putting myself to Nigerian for welcoming Nigeria. We're here to serve. We're not here to take your money. We don't want money. We're here to serve. Well, we tell you, we offer you as Muslims our narratives we serve we serve, we tell you the word of Allah, we teach, we help. We're a culture of service, not a culture of, of consumerism, or have deals or finance, we're not here to ask you for your wealth. We don't want your money, we want you we want to help you wanted to offer something that is worthy of offering. And this is how Muslims succeeded in the many centuries before. And this is why they don't

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succeed today. Because if you don't do that anymore, everything it's different that every time and it's always when we build our masajid like businesses, like we function our massages like businesses, how are you going? If you're messy to service, then what is service? Where are you serving? How do you serve? If the bait of Allah subhanaw taala is no longer any based on service and everything has to be Yeah, the money has to be involved in every single time you sneeze, if you need to walk in the message you have to pay somehow somehow they have to make money off you why? Why is not as there's not a business for myself to come in and you didn't feel welcome. It's a very

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important concept that needs to continue the concept of service 31 our narrative of God that Allah subhanaw taala that our Lord you have to people will help you projects only the truth and he doesn't know and he knows all that is what that is unseen, that Allah subhanaw taala the way we see him is that he does not give us rulings that are false. He does not tell us anything that is that is benefit less or they does not do not command us of anything that is harmful. No young people will help the only projects the truth only righteousness comes from Him Subhanallah what data and he knows all the unseen. So his righteousness is the true Right. Right. Right just as because it's it

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has already been incorporated in it's the knowledge of the things that you don't know about because you could be saying the right

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thing, but because you don't know what's gonna happen next, what you're saying that is the right right now may not turn out, right. And we've seen that many, many times in life where they're saying something right everyone believes that this person is saying is right. And then later on a piece of information comes forward and what they said, when you look in retrospective looks insane. It makes no sense at all, but they didn't have the information, then a lot of the cultural problems that we have with the with the past is based on that, the way we condemn the past, by the way, horribly, in a very rude way. As modern people, we condemn those who live before us. And we condemn everything

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that they did. And that is, that's very arrogant. And it shows a lot of ignorance. And it does not allow us to actually see the blind spots of our own time. Every every era, every generation had blind spots, because the information that was provided to them at the time, what they were able to deal with at the time was these what they had, they dealt with, with with with what they had, they were not evil in nature. It's not like the past, you know, the past generation were evil. And now we somehow came here and we're all eating well, that's not that makes, they were evil, that were just the descendants of a bunch of evil people. They were just as evil as they are. But that's not how it

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is. Even when we're talking about very, very difficult and sticky issues. You're talking about issues like slavery, of course is wrong. But for you to look at the past and say that those who actually had it within them and did not fight it with every moment in every it did say that and condemn the complete race if you actually condemned the whole world, because it was a part of the system doesn't make any sense. That's not how we're supposed to look at things.

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Yes, women weren't treated properly for until now. It's basically the 100,000 of us, we will condemn the human race forever means you'll never understand why that happened. You won't be able to learn from it. And you won't be able to actually build any progress today. So don't condemn me. You're not alone with who you don't know. Let me tell you this. 500 years from now, people in the future will condemn us. Why because we drive cars because we drove cars. They'll say what bench of idiots. They fry the ozone layer driving cars, and not now we have to live now. Now we have no more ice in the pool. North Boulder is a thing.

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When New York is under, I'm not sure that's a horrible thing anyway, but

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whatever. They'll say something Yeah, look, they used to drive cars. Are you evil? Am I evil, we're doing it.

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I don't know, I don't think we're evil, could be wrong, mistaken. And you have a blind spot. If you do things wrong at this moment, which is fine. Because that's that's how life is you always have blind spots. I'm not I'm not I'm not defending mistakes of the past or the present. But I think the way we look at it has to have some level of depth and some level of reality in it. Understanding that people deal with the, with with their circumstances, and their reality with whatever information they have, at the time, whatever mentality it was built at the time. You can't ask them to be to be more than that. Because you can ask yourself to be more than that either. Maybe you

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should try and ask yourself to be more but it's hard because you and only those who are you know who can think outside of the box of their reality or are the two innovators of their time people who can actually break loose from from from the change of culture and society and and current mentalities. But for the majority of people why? Because they're not aligned with who you would like Allah subhanaw taala is they don't know the unseen they don't know the unknown. There's a lot of information that miss that they're missing, I think isn't worthy. But Allah subhanaw taala he rejects the truth, he knows the Unseen so he tells you is right is right. You don't need to question

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it. You don't need to wonder well, maybe it doesn't work or maybe work later will force it will first of all, fourth point

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when I will be the only one that you and this is our constant what is our constant what is our value that never changes its righteousness. This is the this is the constant in our universe, everything else is a variable about literally which is everything besides help is variable changes, doesn't doesn't have the effect, it's not strong, and it's not rooted. And it will it doesn't have the ability to start any fight or ended or repeated it is useless and worthless. And the only constant value in the universe is of Help Help is here and will always be here and it's just about us see finding it and holding on to it and defending it. And this is our constant as Muslims this is what

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we have in our 90 in our skills is always how can we always put it there we always measure everything to happen if it doesn't measure up with how can we get rid of it simply and it's easy as that it's easily easier said than done. But that is that is our constant as Muslims This is our narrative like this is these ayat if you memorize them and think about them and contemplate upon them enough. You This is your narrative as a Muslim as a very beautiful one. From a social perspective is very beautiful is very, very deep. It's something you can carry and if it was to be spread communally. You can only see her coming from it. The final point is one of spiritualism, of

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humility and humbleness fully humbled to find nama other Louella nfcu in here today to Femina you hayleigh your OB so if I make a mistake that I did it because of myself and it will only harm myself. This is me this is my mistake and my problem I need to fix it but if I do find guidance, I do something right then it's because of the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala it's not because of what I did. I'm not the hero here. I'm not the center of the universe I fixed everything no no if I make if I do something right so Allah subhanaw taala is blessing

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He guided me and then I was able to do it when a mistake I look back at myself I must have done something wrong just have some humbleness when you're dealing with Allah Subhanallah you do that he sees a humbleness in your heart and He will elevate your status and dunya now

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needs to see that level of humility inside of you where you you're more fixated on fixing your problem your mistakes and improving your your ways and then celebrating your your successes and celebrating how well you did something or how awesome you are. Let him do that for you supine with Ayatollah

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taka, he knows who's who's done best he'll take care of it. And the celebration will be with him so power data he'll kill off for you that

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knows me hope but even deed he is the one who hears on and he's the close closest to all.

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Jojo. Okay, that was the narrative, the five bullets that we had in the room that brought forward a narrative that I think is very worthy, you can break it down if you'd like into different categories and look at it. But I just wanted to give you a basic meaning. Think about and contemplate upon it and you'll find it very, very interesting to do so. The final part of the finale of suits is

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a beautiful one. I want to start immediately by reciting and then go into the we'll dive into the meaning of it. Shall we let him in a shape on your body?

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Bismillah R. Rahman Rahim

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Well, Otero is vazhi roof food

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we start from area 51. Sorry, I should have started from area 51.

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Again, while or fuzzy roof photo, resume in Mecca and quarry the.

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One and only if you could see that's what this that's that's actually meet lateral meaning of English. So only I'm Mohammed if you could see if you could see the D in physio, physio advisor is for you to be

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free to wake up scared. That's what friends are for you to be unaware of something, and then made suddenly aware of it. And that causes you to panic for a moment and for you to go into into panic. So that's basically what that means. So firstly, it means either you're sleeping, and you wake up in panic, or you're just maybe not aware of something. And then you're made aware of it and you're startled and you're and this causes you fear and panic.

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So only if you could see a Mohamed when I would tell her or what or when the time comes and you'll see it physio, when they when they wake up, startled and scared and fear and in fear. This is referring obviously to the moment of resurrection. When we all come out. Yes, we come out in fear.

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Most of us are many people didn't really necessarily believe in it. A lot of people had doubt in it. And those who didn't have doubts and it didn't know how it was going to happen. So what or what status you had towards it, when you when you finally wake up is going to be a moment we'll never forget, it'll be one of those scary, difficult, hard moments to deal with. Without Vizio, they get up, you don't wake up peacefully, you wake up and panic. Because now you realize that you woke up this time. It's like you slept almost every day of your life and woke up. Every time you woke up, you had a chance to

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turn the ship around, you know, do right by by everything and everyone. But this time you wake up you don't have that chance anymore. The melodica who used to be writing things closed their books and long, long gone. And Allah Subhanallah is no longer interested in your deeds. You can do and say whatever you want, he doesn't care anymore. Subhan Allah do that Allah. It's a hard thing to understand. But it's important that we think about it, that at that point, it doesn't matter. You're not interested anymore. You can make do as much as you want. You can speak to him. He's not listening, no longer listening to you. He's aware of it. He doesn't care. In dunya all you have to

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do is just put your hands up and call upon Allah subhanaw taala and he's listening. And he's not even he's there. And he will respond to you and he will he's a part of it. You can make him a part of your of your every moment. But your milk gamma wake up. So part of the panic and the startle and the fear is that we kind of are realize, Oh my gosh,

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nothing we do matters anymore. In our stories. The end has already been stamped in our story. We can't really change any part of it. We can't fix it. We can't repent. We can't repent. There's no severe that is the only door that never closed. By the way Allah subhanaw taala is a Hadith and most of you know Muhammad Hakim beside it has an acceptable authenticity for the Hadith were similar to many other Hadith has an actual word

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In it were the prophets I send them says hola hola who?

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Bourbon from Maha customer what you will have when you start to go on and then on hadith of him creating the world, heavens in the cosmos. But before he said he Allah created your Sahaba waiting for him to finish it. I don't know what door was the door. Hold on is really good. Rewind and close the door with the Liberty Holika who don't matter where you live, or who had

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already explained the door to figure to door The door of Toba repentance, and he opened it and it will stay. It was created and opened before you were created. So before you came along and sinned, before you came along, and since the door was created, it was opened, it will stay open until the sun comes up from the west. They'll stay open. So why so that you know that the Toba was ready for you before you even came along? You don't have to put in a an application wait for Xena. No, it's already there. Just just turn back and repent and he'll accept you and the Senate will be raised and your opinions rendered will be accepted and you can start off fresh your milk, the AMA when you wake

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up the part of the fuzzer in fuzzier when you start is a disease is not possible anymore. So whatever you didn't repent from, its permanent.

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Right now, there's a lot of sins in the past, but they're not permanent. They're the potential of them to be erased is there every moment erased of all I can get rid of all of them, you can make sure that none of them are even exist. Some of them can be pardoned, fully meaning taken out of the books or the records like they never happened. But we wake up feeling guilty. If you have not repented prior to that moment, that whatever you didn't repent from is going to be there permanently. It's a part of your record never go away. Even if it forgives it, it'll still be there. Sophia will be forgiven after forgiveness after you're resurrected is different than forgiveness

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before you are. So if you made a sin, right done a sin right now and you'll ask Allah for forgiveness, He forgave it, it's already stamped forgiven. It's different than if you're willing to awaken it's not forgiving, you have to go the process of ESAV to actually get it forgiven. It's a different thing. Much more costly. It's much more expensive and it's more difficult too much more scary. I think people are looking for it to milk em and that's why people are running away from each other because you need something I need to pay for this and I don't have enough so that I can invest all these assets for that one sin because there's like so many other later I don't know if they have

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enough to actually make myself agenda I need something you have a Can you spare a couple of minutes like a deed give me a deed that's not going to work but that you know, this is what it is our human mind thinking I can probably borrow it's just a just an accounting is you transfer me some 100 to my accountant that way we can make for it doesn't work like that's not going to happen. But that's how we think we think that we can get it in suppose you find out food for that vote no one is list. For two who will power for example, the train, he missed the train verta who by now fell to me no one was missed. No one was left behind. No one was forgotten. No one fell off the records and somehow

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this guy didn't get resurrected or he wasn't every often I thought everyone will get up. Everyone's gonna be there everyone. Not one person will be left everyone with their stories and with their lives and with their past and their future.

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What will he do? Mechanic party video taken for judgment. They were taken for judgment mechanical party from a close place, you're gonna see the word look at look at the end of of these four verses in a row if you want,

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or three verses sorry. So you'll find that the word before the end three times in a row is makan right. Each one of them means something different. So only this first one is the literal placement. Mackay means place, mechanically because place meaning that the land of resurrection mean the place where we're going to be resurrected, it is close to where we're going to be judged. So there'll be taken from a very close place immediately. It's not a long journey not to spend too much time. So there's the only time where there were place here in this industry actually means a literal spatial spatial understanding of what places the other two are gonna have a whole a completely and totally

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different meaning. And that's some of the beauty of the client sometimes you've seen word a multiple times they're completely different, completely different meaning.

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Okay, that's the first area so this is so you can see that the finale of huzzah is a snapshot of your lithium another snapshot Have you had a couple intuitive Yeah, we've had a few well at least three if not if you cannot, you can probably argue that the there's even four but we have three snapshots so if you look at this last one here is one that will bring everything together for everything that we read in the sutra so read the after inshallah I do work on who men be

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who Turner was washroom in Mecca and in burried.

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Well, codec FL Ruby meal Cobble.

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For the phone bill, ye been in Mecca and in buried

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And

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then be at that moment they will all say, we believe what you believe with whatever you guys were talking about before. What were you talking about that thing? Yeah. So we believe in it fully. We have full faith in it. We are no longer doubting it. We don't question it. We're on board. We're under a bus and Michael Muir Muir guys were talking about, you know, this is how long it is, we believe it'll be at that point. Of course, at that moment, of course, that's going to be the the reaction once you see the truth in front of you, and there's no questioning anymore, you're gonna say that? Well for you, I'm in the, you'll fit, you'll see the steam in the prime repeated, where

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people will come forward, you'll note the AMA with full faith with full ima. And by that point, actually, everyone has the same level of iman, similar to the level of Imams of the Prophet sallahu Messiah to us. And of course, there's no more than there's nothing left is like called the man anymore. Really human means that there's something that is unseen that you're you're accepting based on, that you believe in based on your observed previous observations, convictions and your and your rational and logical thinking that is allowing you to continue to arrive at a conclusion, when you see it as not even that anymore. That's why

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you don't really have a man and things. The only have you met in the last panel today because they don't have the ability to understand him and see him properly or not understand the essence of God. So they believe in God because it's possible, even when your agenda here we don't have the ability to understand the essence of ALLAH subhanaw taala. So we still believe in him, right? But we don't have to believe in gender anymore. Like as you're writing, you have to believe in NACA decides not to believe in any of this stuff. He's right there, you believe in the profit and loss and you're standing right in front of him, there's no point of belief, something that there has to be some some

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distance between you and what we're talking about to a certain degree, where you're gonna have to think about things and draw conclusions from whatever whatever irrational way of thought you're going to have. That is when you believe in Allah subhanaw taala. And you'll still believe in him agenda, because it's impossible to fully fully understand God, but you can understand enough to, to experience things differently agenda, which is something we all look forward to.

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Maybe a theory but we believe in him or this could be be it as in Allah subhanaw taala It could mean that as well. We're not sure or it could be mean and the Prophet says no more in the Quran or whatever we believe generally look, I do I'm a Nabi. When

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when Hello Elohim in Arabic is a very, very hurtful one. I'll give you some I'll give you a somewhere else where this came not in the Quran, the Hadith. So the prophets I send them Hadith narrated by Muslim and there's parts of it in Bologna as well narrated by other scholars. Today, there's a very famous authentic hadith. So the Prophet SAW Selim says in this one call a HELOC. Allahu Akbar, he created some final data 100 Mercy's so mercy as a quantify as a thing like so this is how the hadith is kind of bringing it forward is looking at Mercy as a figurative understanding it's like a thing so he 100 mercies which is no mercy you don't really I don't think you can can you

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make it plural to begin with? But that's what the prophets was sad the 100 pieces of mercy or something like that.

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I mean, her and he descended upon earth one of them just one when when mercy when it came to Earth, but behind the LA Monica airport, Jemaine

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will be here tomorrow night but to salsa and will be here. When we had our Hamilton Guinee we need her. And with this, everyone with this one Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala we we have compassion to one another, even a mother camel where she camo will will make sure that she holds her foot up, so she doesn't harm her, or newborn calf or baby. And this is the same document that a mother uses to have compassion Obama went through this with the prophets, saying that there's one we all use every one every creature even animals it was the idea of the Hadith, that even animals not just human beings we all use this Rama, VEDA Komitas

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Rafi I tried the NATO Summit when this Yamo camera comes up, I'm mistaking back to heaven. So it's not done yet. Well don't matter at this hour to say it then it's added to the 99 right or left for 10 minutes, then all the 100 Are there some either comment either 100 He said and then when he said begins when judgment begins. Besa Allahu Allah will be it is spread upon all Allah subhanaw taala his creation.

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Narration is why told us how to use one iteration has this and had later power to IBLEES Roberta antenna Allahu wa Rahmatullah until even a bliss when he sees all this mercy, he kinda, you know, maybe sets up a bit, hopefully, maybe somebody will hit him. And then the Hadith has won the HoH But alas, he is not for him when Allah and Allah will mean that's not that's not going to happen. Just to kind of end the conversation. It's not happening. It's not happening. Don't waste your time. It's just done. So what can I do? I'm in NaVi understand that we say they said we believe in him because we believe when

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it's not happening. It's too late. We're waiting too late. Way too late at dinner, which is a very specific Arabic word.

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It's not really used that often in in Arabic, if you take it, if you take the actual root of the word, and you go and study it in the, in the dictionary, you'll find that scholars of linguistics differed differed on on what it actually meant, or where it came from. So some of them say it's came from to know what it is to get something or possess something or obtain something. And then the Arabs sometimes will change a letter to bring the Word to make the words simpler, or to change a certain aspect of it, and then the machine instead of Allah, I don't think that's proper, I think to now which because of certain, you find traces of the word in Arabic in ancient Arabic poetry, and

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usually what it means is obtaining something easily.

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So to know whether

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a cup of water so they know what to whom, and he went, and he and he brought it to now Russia, who means it was given to him easily got it easily, didn't have to put much, much effort into it. Like it wasn't something that you have to work hard for. So when no one would tend to wish and obtaining this easily is not going to happen for them. You don't get to come up and say I'm gonna be here. Now you're supposed to say it and dunya and then live the life of it, and then go through all the difficulties and trials and tests and, and put up with all with everything that comes with saying I'm and he then, and then you would you can't come and say this now, maybe when that homework did, I

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wish me mckern embodied and you're in such a faraway place from where this is not placed in terms of of literal place. But in terms of their Iman, in terms of their stories, they're in a far away place from where from where emnlp is the word M and Abby and those who follow it are here, your story took us far away, please, you can come in easily, easily to know which you can easily come and say I'm a newbie, and then it goes accepted. No, no, it's not going to happen. When at home within hours. Does that make sense? I hope I could bring this forward. It's a bit of a

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grammar grammatical difficult thing to explain in there. And in Arabic, even non English, when they learn within our wish, it's it's not gonna happen for them to obtain this easily from such a far place where they are from where Iman is. So it's not a literal distance to us. There's this guy who's saying that he could be standing right beside one of the movements. So not far away from it, you're just far away from it in terms of their story.

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Your story took you in a different direction, Your destination is totally different. Where are you hoping to be MLB it's a big word. That's a big deal. That costs lives. People lived all their lives holding on to the word and then maybe just holding on to it, trying not to lose it going through every difficulty of like holding on M and V and hoping that they would die still saying I'm in NaVi and when they finally die saying I'm in NaVi we believe in him coming on the pavement happy and you think you could just easily come and say yo mafia and be in the same place now Your destination is far away from where where this word is. You didn't You didn't put in the hours you put in the time

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you didn't put in the effort. You didn't put in anything it's not happening for you. What God gave out will be human competence to explain my point and they have spent the past disbelieving in this cover will be they disbelieved previously in the same word, the same word that you're seeing right now you have spent all your life saying no to it no to the consequences of it no no to the meaning of it no to the to the concept of it. They're gonna just go home and say it that's not gonna happen it's not letting that go and well it's a very scary

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it's all it means not happening. And it's a word that used to end discussion lots of bands using it No, we're done and that's why it's something similar to it is when new highly Sam

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as as the flood began he started to Yeah, and he had this urge to talk to Allah subhanaw taala so what do you say what not to help them any flooding and I'm gonna talk to me about those who have rested doctors anything so so we quieted down earlier so to talk about the pressures let's say this is done just don't talk about it. Stop arguing for it.

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Ibrahim Ali said and when when he saw the tomb America coming for home loot for the people of North here is you want to say Abraham out of mon Haida in the open the jam or a boy brought him don't talk about this shy away from this this Command of your Lord has come just let it go

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which I don't know if you call me old fella may have been Ibrahim

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DeLuna your home will open the button he was trying to argue trying to debate yo maybe you know give them some time. Let me go talk to them myself. Maybe it'll

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bring up knowing well I'll try myself maybe I can fix don't talk about it. When

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I wish you can take something this valuable for you to live and die with the word and Nebby is a part of who you are you thinking you just take this easily you'll milk me by saying that you'll mill camera suddenly it's gonna be accepted from you. No, no, no, no, that's not happening. Look at these people. They lived and died with me this this this meant a lot. This was a lifelong story of generations of difficulty of hardship of perseverance and in Mecanim Bay and your story is so far away. Once you come for hisab it'll be clear to you that you're not recovered. Cafaro will be here on cover they had spent all their lives before disbelieving this

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Well, for the foreseeable vibe, here's the here's an interesting yesterday VISTA project, right or to draw conclusions. That's these are the concept of, at least from a figurative perspective whenever there was ms word is used that's what it means. That's why in the lobby yuck the food will help righty projects only the truth. So sometimes can mean I actually throwing something like throwing a stolen or something like that. So literal usage of it, or it's a more materialistic one is also used for someone who speaks ill of a woman's integrity, and it's caused specifically, if I talk about your integrity, it's not that you're a man but if I speak of a woman, woman's integrity

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and her dignity now I speak of it It is haram actually there's it's not just haram, there's a socially punishable in Islam is interesting, this kind of concept to get to kind of keep in the back of your mind. In Islam there are socially punishable sins not

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mentioned in the Quran.

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So now the same word if you go to

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there's something similar to it, I can't remember if it's actual word is not using I don't think so. To be honest, I'm not 100% Sure. But if you go to the beginning of sudut Inuit, which is where this is kind of this is argued properly, in a bit more in a bit more detail. They use the word Yarmouk. Sorry.

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They use the word get a moon a bit more. Yeah, the moon and so, so the word yummy is used a bit, a bit more. I'm not sure if that word is used to be honest or not. It could be I have to have to look that up, to be honest, to be sure. I'm not really sure. But the word yummy is used much more for the same idea, but it is used by the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the Hadith. So that's where we have the that's the origin of the actual usage of the word. But

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yeah, but the word is used many many times in the Quran, but he's just talking as it used for to refer to a man speaking ill of a woman's dignity I'm not sure if you in the branch has never actually looked into that. But I'll try and see because maybe maybe not the word yummy. You're gonna

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want me noticed many times.

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But here are some what was I saying?

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Yes, so is one of the socially punishable sins in Islam. I know that there are very few socially punishable since being something that you'll be punished in a social manner where you'll be lashed or hand will be chopped off or a head will be chopped off or you'll be in some things, some social sin that people will witness. So one of the things that will be socially punishable is a man or even a woman speaks ill of the dignity of the woman so if you go out and say, Well, I think she committed Zeno just like that you say that now you're putting you're subjecting yourself to actual social punishment, you can be laughed at lashes and this isn't the Quran isn't so the newer so

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whether it's true or not, if you say it unless you have four witnesses, and these witnesses have to be people of high merit within this society so you know shoot and judges and doctors and teachers are people who people are full it can't be a teenagers and can be people who have bad people were great. Yeah, you have to actually see what happened they kind of heard of it they can't one person told the other three and of the three now or the actual I'd have to see the action. They kind of heard anything. So you guys oh I heard noises none of the noises don't mean anything. You have to give you seen the action you can't see the video either. I just see what's going on. Right? So if

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four people haven't seen it, and you go ahead and you see it,

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then that's I'll give an example Uncle Bob saw two people committing Zina one day and he was immutable mean at the time he was the Khalifa.

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He saw it and he lost his making rank Daddy God he was Ernie and I talked to two people coming in him and as he was speaking before he was able to say the second word I didn't even thought of who was the chief Supreme Court Chief Justice whatever at the time got out about to Mark Oh had been feel Barack either for with you another four and a

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half that didn't mark well but you have to have for it together or a Huddersfield logic or you're going to be lost right now.

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So don't don't say the names because if you say the names you know if the people had a headache right now I'm gonna lie to you now. But if I say tomorrow

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in another agent by Bacala hammer Yeah, I leave it to the IMA I saw them with my eyes. Guy last year who didn't mark I can remember what exactly the wording was. How the witnesses with you will have been Florida. Yeah, I mean, meaning and use the words Yeah, I mean, oh Khalifa Amina woman in a HUD field like your back will be like this.

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Or witnesses. I don't know why four. But it's obviously the idea here is that this is public fornication, nuts, but private fornication. It's a difference between public Zina and private Zina, private Zenonia. Actually, if you were to go and remove a curtain in order to see it, then you'd be lashed as well. Because you're allowed to do that. You're not allowed to actually well, I opened the door and they picked it No, no, it has to be in a place where you were just going by your business and you saw Xena so this is public Zina. That's what's socially punishable. It's not it's not private. Not to say that privacy is not haram It is haram and you will Kiama who will carry it Do

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not misunderstand what I just said. Right?

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Knee This is very important that today you understand this properly. It is just as Haram is but public isn't it is what is socially punishable meaning public is in a has a punishment human pm and

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duniya a private dinner is something that the punishment happens your milk PM, it ruins society just the same, but it's not socially punishable. And you're saying the difference here so has to be something that is that is seen publicly. And of course, there's a lot of wisdom in that as well. That's what these what these requests are. This is a whole different conversation, that the reason that we have these rulings in Islam is to preserve society. You don't of course have these punishments in a society that doesn't believe this is haram to begin with. So if you were to bring into to implement these rulings, now, they would do nothing at all they would do with Carlos

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Martinez, they would just cause riots and people would kill each other, nothing would have no benefit would come from it. Even it was strictly because people still believe that it is okay here. So the way you would implement when you would implement something like this is in a society that believes in is haram, and everyone believes it, and they are the majority of the people believe it. And then you would implement a strict rule like this. Why so that we would make sure that we hold on to these values, these values aren't touched. So if you're in a society that does not see stealing, for example, to be a big deal being shoplifting is a normal thing everyone seems to do whenever they

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can, they don't mind taking money, then chopping hands off is going to fix the problem, you have to come to a society that has already horrified or appreciate the sanctity of other people's positions, we they will not touch another person's position. And they believe in the importance of hormone studies, and the sanctity of people's people's wealth. And then if you implement this law, it will hold on to this to the value of society and so on and so forth. So so when you come in, you try to fix a social problem with 100. That is that said, tells me you don't understand how Islam works. You don't fix social problems by bringing strict punishments. No, you change mentalities. And once you

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change mentality when people think, then you implement the strict rules, and then you will hold on to that. So if you have drug dealing in the world, then bringing in strict rulings won't make it any different. That's why everyone against Iran are legalizing all these substances, they don't have a choice. It's not like they want to, they're forced to because because because they thought that with strict rulings, like killing people, and putting them in jail is going to fix the problem. Not even smart. Why? Because the majority of people have no problem with drugs, socially acceptable, school and so if you want to do you're looking for pot you're looking for maybe if there's something a bit

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stronger as well, you're not you're okay with it. It's socially acceptable idea. If it's socially acceptable, strict rules won't fix the problem. You need to change the way people think. Give an example give me an example. This is an example of you all know, it'd be very clear to you tobacco the hunt for years and years and years smoking you have strict rules and taxing it didn't work. And the majority of people smoked How did they bring down the the property the percentage of people smoking in the world by stopping the ads and by putting ads against it, and they changed the mentality of people and the smoking came down. So it's not rulings that will fix the problem. It's

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the people's way of thought. Now it's look it's frowned upon in society you smoke poor you Myskina Allah you smoke you still smoke you still do that stupid thing you still you're you're still being thrown putting cancer into your into into your cells. That's your choice. So that's how we see it and because of that, it's easy to to fix the problem if you put strict rules now that people actually following their strict rules don't people follow instead? But if we don't have that mentality still who's a good thing today marijuana Metalia marijuana is awesome. If you if you're watching if you're if you're keeping up with you know media and oh, it's the best thing ever. It's

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like it will cure everything from

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I've seen marijuana is the cure for everything in the world anything you have whatever your disease, you're just smoke pot and you're gonna be fine. And there's a mentality that it's high you and those who are against it are the people who are bigots and racists and the people who hate so putting rulings and putting putting laws isn't gonna fix it. You need to change the mentality that this is not well and so on and so forth. Really?

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I don't I don't I don't know why I went on that rant. But that's that's basically it. That's the I don't know why I have no idea how this is not possible. Yeah, I don't know how you went from this. Anyways, so going back to the word yesterday if this was completely irrelevant to the pseudo Well, maybe not because it's a social story. We talked about this before, but I just want you to kind of keep that idea in the minds of everyone. Yes.

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The public on occasion Yes.

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Of course, imagine how how twisted the person has to be to actually do it in public for for respected people of this I see it with their own eyes. I'm just saying so So Islam is not interested in going to people's lives into their homes and and exposing them no, Islam's problem is if you're doing it publicly, you have no hire at all. You have no shame. You have no respect for society whatsoever. You're trying to destroy the values of society by doing something like that in front of people in that's not okay. So that's the focus of

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was No, it wasn't something that was widespread. No, not at all. No, this again, it wasn't it was widespread at all. Actually, we have very few incidents in Islamic history of this actually ever being implemented, like very few times is ever implemented. But again, and again, and again, this is a very large topic that we can't cover today. So going back to the word I was trying to explain we have the phone is to project sometimes it's used literally and most of the time it's used figuratively, so sometimes it's used when you speak ill of some of the ladies did

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Did you hear you over the phone is projecting conclusions? It's entering a conclusion or coming to a conclusion, whether you have the proper evidence for it or not. Allah subhanaw taala he projects conclusions you have to people will help with righteousness and He has the ability to why? Because he's alarming, because he knows all but there you are faded, you have to the foreseeable claim, they projected conclusions upon the unseen upon something they had no evidence, no knowledge of whatsoever McCann embodied and they were in such a place such a far away place from where this was, again not in space, but in knowledge. They were so far away the distance between their knowledge and

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where they boys was so fine to enter projecting conclusion saying oh there's no distance there's that and what you're saying and just just making things up as they go along. You have no evidence of what you're talking about. You don't know that you you don't have the knowledge of the Unseen Why are you projecting conclusions? Why are you saying all this stuff? This is talking about those who said on the Day of Judgment, I'm an OB, and that's not going to happen for them they're not going to get this easily and their stories are so far away from it and they disbelieved in it beforehand and they spent their lives projecting conclusions on hate with no evidence at all from a boy place from

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where that actually was. It's not gonna happen we have the phone number the lady in McLennan Benitez I think it's very interesting phrase when you throw a conclusion forward when you come up with a way you don't have the evidence for you don't know what you're talking about. You have no you have nothing to support what you're saying just just making things up as you go along. But you have no knowledge so let's read the last I have this whole enchilada where he led the you know whoever in your stead who Hoon

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14 I be a shear in Milan bobble

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in whom can goofy shocking moody

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to a healer Boehner home healer is when a a boarder or a barrier sorry is put between something and something else. However, you know, while being a McDo mean he was the barrier between between him and what he wanted to get. Well Halo been homing a barrier was put in place between them between these people who said it at that moment, and will begin to manage to hone in between what they desired. At that moment where the desire at that moment the desire for the word I'm gonna be to be accepted from them. So they can go with agenda because they see all these other people being taken there. But no a barrier was put between them and in between what they what they desired come out for

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Isla bsci college just like we did to the Shah are those are the same kind there would

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and from it comes the route Shia, Shiite Rasulullah so that means those who are of his kind, I mean, those are who are from his family really. So today the word is more political and, and sectarian based, actually in Arabic. What it means is that the family of the prophets of Leisa lemon, but we put the word has been ruined basically for all of us, we can't use it anymore, but there would she was actually a very beautiful important words in the Quran. It's not in the Quran in the same way that it's been used today. But it's always used the concept of the family of or those who are of the same kind or similar to so come out for ADA bsci him just like it was done to those who are of the

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same kind those who did the same thing like them before the macabre those who said the same thing before them. We did the same thing to them. We put a barrier between them and what their desired

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why in the home indeed they were kind of goofy * Kim moody, but they were in a severe state of doubt. They live their life in a state of doubt is a very scary last verse. Check. You remember we if you remember if you go back to bed just want to go to a go back to number 20 and 21. I talked about this like extensively I found point

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where I told you what the ISS will carry him he believes one for tomorrow who it left, me and Didi bliss is

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what is

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expectations were made true or came true, except Except upon a few of them of the believers. And everyone followed him except a few of the believers. Well Matt kinda huali himself. I never had any control over those who followed him in Lebanon. And the only reason he was given the ability to do what was and to actually interfere with your faith was for Allah subhanaw taala to differentiate my human will for those who believe in the law in the last day, men men who women huffy check in comparison to those who have doubt in it.

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So the problem with belief that is not that you believe you don't believe is do you believe fully? Are you in doubt? Or I believe 99% So you have doubt and zero part of the doubt. Doubt group. Usually Islam is always the opposite. If you have a bit of height that's gonna not here, not in the belief, not in the belief of Ashkelon, not in the belief, belief in the Day of Judgment. No, you can't have any doubt here. Now it'd be 100% deal. Well, it's not going to do his job. When when when things matter when things matter. You're going to

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need full belief in the Day of Judgment drawers is gonna add up to nothing. So the last as you can see here, this tool is very well connected. Like every, every concept of his come comes comes together. The last word of this sutra is

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a barrier was put between them and what they desire just like it happened to the people just exactly what happened to the people who are similar to them in the past.

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Indeed, they lived in a state of severe and severe, is it just another synonym to check to doubt. So when they come together means severe doubt, they're in a they're in a doubtful situation all their lives just

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we think about the

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chronological order with the within the deal,

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or the like throwing on his soul was the same thing. Yeah. So

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the people who are being judged who are being spoken to here, the people of the prophets, I said this time in our times, and they're gonna get exactly what the people before before us who were earlier in terms of judgment

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will be diminished and went through.

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Exactly the same thing. So he said, I'm gonna be here, right? And the same thing. So you're going to draw a parallel to that as well. So the exact same idea Yeah, exactly. That's a very good analogy, actually.

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At a time when it wasn't accepted, the same thing was accepted from him. So that's the, that's the finale of sort of this kind of draws you a picture coming out of the grave and panic. No one's left. And everyone's taken to their judgment from a very close place. And those who never believed in it, say I believe in it, right. It's not going to happen for them, we're not going to easily get this and their stories have led them in a completely different direction. And they lived all their lives disbelieving in it, and they projected their doubts and their missa mislead misled information upon grave with that he had no information of from a distance ignorant place. So they're going to have

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barriers between them and what they desire. You and Mulkey just like all those before them, had the same problem, because they live their lives and severe doubt, and severe doubt.

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It's a very scary ending of the SUTA. Because we don't know, do you have doubt? Are you still doubtful? Have you achieved a certain level of emotion if you haven't, go back to number 46 clean them out, we'll come back to you again, given one piece of advice, just go and take your time and come to the conclusion so you can live your life the way he told you to live the power and how you can live it openly with an open heart because you don't have doubt anymore. Or else you're not going to make it you're going to fall asleep it's just a matter of time. It's it's the clock is ticking. Just happened at some point $2 or support dice to them. So And with that, inshallah I find somebody

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very beautiful. I may do a summary of it next time. The next week. I'm not here I said the week after that may do a summary of it. And I may start with faltering immediately depending on on our time. So we'll finish up nine as I said, I do have a an issue ID you can turn this off at this point.

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So