Tafseer Surat Fussilat #1

Adnan Rajeh


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The speakers discuss the importance of understanding the meaning of "harr centers," performing data analysis, and finding a partner. They stress the importance of practicing Islam and finding a balance between values. They also emphasize the need for parents and educators to be aware of their actions and avoiding cultural bias. The speakers stress the importance of following Christian guidelines and avoiding accountability.

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you're welcome to attend those but on weekends inshallah we'll recites with

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so soon it will still exist within a cluster of sources from golfer who will have in the call Hello. I mean,

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they're called homie because they all begin with her meme, these sorrows

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of her pieces of advice

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on the

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route of Dawa so every cluster of thoughts in the Quran has a little bit of a different niche than the one before or after it. And these two are, they focus on what it is that you should be recommended to do. When you perform Dawa to Allah subhanho wa Taala and things that are not recommended. And last year, we decided to the Zocalo, which is also the same group of surah. So part of the same kind of group, it was doing the same thing. So there's one of us was warning us of basically materialistic approach to things and the moment you have the moment you see the world and we throw materialistic lens, then that will doesn't work anymore. And nothing in the Dean doesn't

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work anymore. In general thought it will say that there's right into it right at the beginning of this group. And its message is really interesting. And you're gonna find it kind of right up front, the message is to a toaster that, first of all, the name of the sewer. There's only two sources in the Quran that are named, that their names are verbs, not nouns. So it's something to kind of just to pay attention to all the songs in the Quran, their names are nouns, except to post it up. And

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obviously, what there was these two sewers the names are actually verbs, which makes the Sunnah extremely dynamic, because in Arabic, any nouns are much more consistent. Constant is something that is

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it's factual. And then on the other hand, verbs are, they bring a certain sense of action or movement or repetitiveness. So the surah is called full civil, meaning the name of the surah is

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it was detailed, or it has been detailed, or fully explained. That's the name of the surah. That was not their name is not

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a detailed because that doesn't know it's a sentence posted in Arabic, a verb is a sentence, the meaning you say is that you can't just it's a verb, a verb in Arabic has to turn into a whole sentence, meaning he frowned. So it's not frowned. No, no, it's He frowned. It doesn't work that way in Arabic. So hopefully that this is a sentence. So the name of the sutra is a full sentence. And it's very interesting because it's going to point out the kind of brings forward the theme, or the point of the surah. There's always going to say that in order for Dawa, to occur appropriately, you have to explain things in full detail really well, in order for the message to make them make it.

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And despite the fact that this book explains things perfectly,

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despite that, data through character, Trump's it

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this is what this is gonna explain that data through character works better, it just works better. Even though the Quran explains things perfectly. The suit is gonna explain this what this was going to start out by explaining right off the bat, even though it explains things really, really well and that's how it's supposed to be and people should listen. And there's no reason for you not to listen something that's being explained really well because that's that's how you accept fate. But even though that's the case

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through character, it works better. And that's how the whole school is gonna explain that. Yes, the Quran is the is the highest degree of, of divine revelation. And the meanings of the Quran are extremely clear and very moving.

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But from an accidental golem and mandala you don't lie. It just works when when it's just through character to character works better on the people just respond to that more.

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One Muslim in the right position, behaving like the Muslim, the following the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is better than a million people like me sitting in places like this truck talking for hours and hours and hours. One one action, one action in the right moment in the right places, but it was more worthy know that a million clip was given all across the globe for years and years and years. We get that

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It's just the reality of the matter. And we all know that. That's why, if you want to actually want to perform data, then you just need to be, just be successful in whatever it is that you're doing. Whatever it is that you whatever discipline or field Allah subhanaw taala has brought close to you, or has shown you as something you're going to be doing doesn't matter what it is, well, it doesn't matter. What is it that you do? It doesn't have to be something flashy, it doesn't you don't have to be a PhD physician. You don't have to be any a minister, you don't know, what is it that you do, you drive a cab, that whatever it is, you do, just be the best example of a Muslim and what you do and

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the downward that you achieve. By doing that, Allah He is more influential. It's more impactful than what I will spend the rest of my life doing. But I will spend the rest of I swear to god who Allah he this is the reality. This is what the SUTA explains. It's just more it means more it touches people way better. This is talk, talk is overrated, we all know that. And at the end of the day talk is talk is just words that comes to your ear, you listen to it. But then when you see an example in front of you, that is what moves you, that's what make you that'll change things for you. And that's how you'd want to change the world. That's how you change the world. When we talk about performing

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dalawa and we encourage people to perform now I'm not really telling people to go stand outside a library or carry a bunch and preach to people or knock on their doors or make an anonymous phone calls or post stuff on faith. No one listens to this stuff anymore. No one cares. Just where are you? Where did Allah subhanaw taala put you in dislike where is your what are your dimensions where you where you're positioned? Here, right there's I'm here, then just be the best person you can perform down with through your character. Build your character, make sure that you take time to understand who he was Alejo salatu salam learn about these rulings of this book is and then practice

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them genuinely, meaningfully. I'm not saying Walk, walk, walk around trying being a moron. Not saying walk around just trying to get people to see how you behaved. No, I'm just saying just just being a good Muslim. Being a good Muslim within the position that you are is the best form of Dawa by far, by far. Most Muslims, most people accepted Islam during the life of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did not accept it through coming in and attending his cookbook.

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The majority of Muslims who accepted Islam during his life Alia, slaughtered them didn't do it because they attended a sermon he gave or attended a hope. But he gave, by the time they were attending something he was teaching or preaching, they had already accepted Islam beforehand. They accepted Islam based on behavior, it was something it was observing him, Allah, your Salah towards them observing the people who claim to follow him. And once they saw, they saw something special, there was something different. They brought forward a certain sense of selflessness and altruism, and sincerity and compassion that they just that was very refreshing.

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And that's basically what made the difference for them. So we're gonna recite your vows with Phil. So that's the theme, I just want to put it out there because it's really nice, it's really beautiful, you're gonna find a lot of Gandhi, the verses will will direct this and that will send us in that direction quite clearly.

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We'll start from the beginning of it.

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Just as a

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kind of point for you to keep in the back of your mind for the first 13 of these of these verses,

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is a very known incident for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam during Mecca. And we don't have a lot of narrations in Makkah that are authentic. Unfortunately, a lot of the narrations from Mecca just don't have authenticity because they were so far behind. They happen so long ago. NARRATION began during his mid any period, he also lied to us around the Sahaba started actually memorizing everything he was saying and everything he was doing. But for those first 13 years in Mecca, they weren't doing that because they were under severe persecution. It was horrific torture on a daily basis. And it was happening on every level in every field. So they didn't do that. They still

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remember things and the people who lived that can give you like a basic outline. But they didn't. They didn't put in the effort to memorize narrations. He, this is what he said at that moment. So the narrations we have aren't are foreign in part through like, they're not like a spread. They're sporadic. They're not that very well detailed and the lack of a bit of authenticity. This story here is one that we can actually talk about, because it has it when the Prophet Allah your salatu salam during there was a period where I like to call it the negotiation period where the people of Quraysh

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were losing

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Quraysh where it was bankrupt, philosophically, they didn't have anything like they couldn't they couldn't hold a candle to what he was teaching out of here. Salatu Salam the Quran was way too powerful for whatever it is that they thought they could they could you know,

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challenge it with and after a few years of just going to physically

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abusive towards the Prophet alayhi salatu salam the Sahaba and that not working they killed him many people but still nothing changed. He didn't he didn't he didn't slow down a bit and people were still accepting Islam. They started to think okay, this may not this may not work this way. Let's see if we can try something else. Let's see if we can offer him things and see if we can negotiate with him

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and see what he wants. Everyone wants something right. Everyone has a price. figured out what the weakness is what is the what are the what is he after must be after something No, everyone's

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After something, just see what he wants, he's figured out what it is that he's looking for, give it to him. And when we're done, we don't have to deal with this anymore. This whole this guy who's coming here and pointing at our idols and changing the teachings of our forefathers and taking away our legacy and taking away our culture. So this is what they thought they could achieve.

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So the sand sent a man by the name of Abilene earthbag or Baba, and he was a man who was he was a very elderly man. He was the one of the L oldest people in the Pradesh and one of the oldest nobles of the land. A very wise gentleman, a lot of hikma. And he was very soft spoken, he's very respectful. So he gave to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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one day and he sat in front of him

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and he started to speak to him Apollyon Mohammed in May my blue bow will make it like I am the ambassador of your people to you.

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This Luca Amma to read we're here to ask you what you want.

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But in Ghana man to read more you can moluccana Kaleena if your sovereignty you're after, if it's royalty, we will make you king will make your kingdom of Mecca if that's what you want. We're in kinda Merlin to read

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Gemma and now like I mean a marina had stated that Elena, and if it's money that you want, we will all pitch in a fair amount of our own wealth until you are the most wealthy amongst all of us. You have the most money

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we're in Canada and to read Jai naka de rana and if it's sad, it's you want will make you the the eldest of the elders will become the noblest of the Noble who you'll be given the name something similar to what your grandfather had no narration he actually said John Naka Abdul Muttalib make You're just like your your grandfather was the you know, the say youth coalition. That Allah Allah Well, it's like you Salam is what is being offered. To understand how stupid this sounds for someone who speaks to Gibreel on a daily basis. It's not only how idiotic this is for someone who speaks a Gibreel, who's being given a message was being told you have to get this to every human being on the

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planet. And he's thinking how he's going to do this. And some guys tell me to tell him, what's your money? How much money do you want? Here? Here's some money and money. What are you talking about? Well, how about you want to be king? We'll make it king. And he's sitting there. So he's listening.

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He's listening. He's not he's not interrupting what I didn't say we're just listening until the guy's going forward. And if he had audio salatu salam O Allah he this is to me this is the lesson you can take is the IDP. Hi, Dolly is awesome. I don't know how he listened to this whole thing. I don't know how he was he didn't just interrupt him the nosy Okay. All right. Apparently were a completely different radio waves here. This is not what I said. You're completely off. He listened to him till the end, but in Cannes, and he sat and to read the word NACA as you will only say, mean cool likability energy Melaku mean. And if it's women that you want, we will find from each tribe

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the most beautiful woman and we'll make sure you marry her, she'll have like 50 wives, and they'll all be beautiful. That's what you want. We're in kinda become a lagoon. I tell you, because I've taken a lot to be a rookie at HUD that Ashfur well defined V Delica Moilanen. And if it's if you're ill, if you if you have a problem in your in your brain or you're losing your mind, he will bring for you all of the doctors and all of the the sorcerer's, and everyone will pay money to make sure that we bring you years UEFA

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Allah Allah Islam, you send them. This is what he had to listen to.

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Once he was done,

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why are you finished a good read? Now? Can I just my money, can I can I

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respond well enough?

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Then this is it. You would just you would do what we're going to do right now. We would recite these verses, you wouldn't offer an argument. We just recite the verses of who it was. And I'll tell you what happens jello, but when we're done reciting them, but that's what that's how he would respond to his salatu salam who would recite the first 13 They say 14 some scones of sweets will soon you're not going to get that far today. We'll get that far tomorrow. And shirtless will tell you the rest of the story then. But that's how we responded to your Salah to center these outrageous offers.

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Some people by the way, just as a career.

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So you'll say well, why don't you take the sovereignty piece?

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Because you said I'll be king, I'll be king. Because once he's king, you can just make a ruling. Everyone has to be Muslim when he can bring down there. Yeah, it's not about it's not just about the achieving the goal is how you got there.

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Not just the goal. The ends don't justify the means and Islam ever. Sorry. The ends never justify the means in Islam ever. I don't care what the end is.

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Like I can't think of an exception to this rule. And

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there's no exception to this rule. The ends will never justify the means. Don't fool yourself

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as a Muslim, Do not fool yourself. That no the end is noble is beautiful. So it's no no

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the means have to be hot. Yes, your end is hot. But the means have to be hot. And if they're not hot, we don't want it.

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This is the story of his life article salatu salam, he is not the only time he's going to be offered something that will allow him to achieve, we would change the story, the story of him leaving Mecca, which was the biggest catastrophe for him it was because he never went back. He didn't die there. He died in a foreign land. He didn't do whatever he wasn't buried. He wasn't buried in the Land. He was born illegal. So to set up

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the story could have been very different. Many times he was offered many different offers for him to if you took any of them, it would be a different story altogether. But no. And that's what police couldn't understand. Is that you're weak. You have what you have. You have no money. You have no army, you're only have you know, so many followers, half of them are inhabiting it. Why aren't you accepting an offer?

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What is it? What is it that makes you feel so proud? And every time we offer you something, no, I won't take it either. It happens this way or not doing it? Based on what you have. What are you have? What is it? What is the card that you carry? This is it that's why they couldn't understand what he carried with him as anyone who carries it up has no reason to compromise. There's no reason to copper never would never sell out would never give in why you're kicking up, you have the winning card. Why would you fold? Why would you accept any negotiation, you have the winning card? Let everyone scramble for as long as you stand your ground up, just hold to stand your ground and just

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play it properly, and just do it the right way. And that's all he had to do. All you thought was he just stood his ground the whole time offering it when you listen to the stories of the negotiation period, you're unclear who's weaker, who has a lower hand who has the upper hand here? It's unclear because Quraysh should of course rule the land, way more resources and way more followers are coming to him offering him at just anything will worship your Lord a year and our Lord dear No.

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Will come in as a Muslim just Can you can you not have a sit with BNL and a mouth and so even the speaker the the slaves just let us sit alone no job.

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can't even do that not just can't even segregate a little bit.

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I do sit with everyone else or go away. But Allah Allah you also have us.

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And that's how we didn't nothing. He caught he compromised. Nothing.

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It's a mirror marriage, the compromise this was not like that.

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The our his adherence to the book of Allah subhanaw taala. And the teachings, it compromised nothing. And for he couldn't understand what was Why was his own. Because because he had to help them because if you want and help to actually prevail, the means to it has to also be you have to use a mean, the way that it's the way you get somewhere, the route that you take the steps that you take are also valuable. They mean something he could have just accepted some of these Alia SelectUSA maybe accepted the wealth and that would have saved a lot of people a lot of agony. But no,

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I don't want anything you aren't.

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Because it's about what people have. What does for each have the Prophet alayhi salatu salam wants

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nothing. They have nothing that he wants, he wants nothing of what does Quraysh what does the Prophet alayhi salatu salam have the Qureshi needs everything.

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He had everything Allah your salatu salam, they just couldn't see it. So when you have everything in your hand and they have nothing, and you compromise, you have just cheapened that which you carry, you have cheapened that which you have in your hands. And this is not cheap.

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This is not cheap. This is the most valuable thing in the universe. The Why would you compromise? Why would you compromise any ethic or any value or word of it, or the word because nothing they have you want?

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What you want is in the hands of someone else.

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What you want is in the hands of someone else, they have nothing that you want. And if they don't understand the value of what you have, and if they don't want it, then that's their loss. It's as simple as that and that's how we live Dalio thought was. So once he finished all these bizarre offers, he just said I will be lurking in the shape on your budget as we will see in just a moment or recite until a few verses are displayed. That will be lagging in a shape on your body.

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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So begins with her meme. And these are the divided letters at the beginning of many schools in the Quran, but they're like little codes in my opinion, they just kind of they're kind of coatings of Suez sewers that begin with these letters are similar as towards the beginning with similar letters are very similar as well.

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And it's just another form of challenging place that these are the letters that are used, that you use in your poetry and all the more Aloka that you have hanging on the cabinet written in the water of Goldwater, see if you can bring something that is even remotely similar to what we're going to have you listened to. So you just start the biggest insight out of your slots, and I'm having me in 10, zero minute, Rahmani Raheem is

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revelation that was descended from the Lord, who was most compassionate and Most Merciful, have yml and

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I've explained these two names many times in the past, so I'm going to kind of speed through it. But there is a reason why Allah subhanho wa Taala specifically chooses to use these two names together, frequently in the Quran. The beginning of every Surah aside from from the Taliban begins with Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim is thinking about it. Any human beings have a tendency to take advantage of those who are a bit too lenient with them. Why wouldn't you just say Bismillah AR Rahman human talking maybe just to kind of even you know, even it out a bit of Ramadan for those who have a little bit of a, you know, good character in Oman Tuchman, for those who have no any shame at

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all, but he insists subhanho wa Taala to begin every Surah with a rush Malyon Rahim, the one who has the most general compassion for all teachers and Rahim He who has compassion towards those who love Him,

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when He chooses to names that come from the same root of empathy and compassion, Subhanahu wa taala. And this tool right here, in addition to the beginning of it, we'll start that way. This is revelation that was descended from the right man over him from the one who was most compassionate and Most Merciful.

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What is this revelation keytab, when it's a book full slate at age two,

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which vs has been extremely well explained, I've seen is when something has been detailed of See that's what I've seen is it's the detail something so so there's no ambiguity, there's nothing that's unclear, it's very clear, you tab on full screen that I add to this is a book that had its versus very well and clearly explained.

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Or earn. So it's a book and it's Quran administrable recited, and that's what the word Quran means. Quran means going to be reading the Torah. So the Quran is whatever that's going to be read, it's also going to be recited out loud, it's not just things to look at, or something that it was written. Kita means a collection of thoughts, a collection of ideas, a collection of values. So that's why if you go to a book of, if you pick up a book of Philip, you'll sell your book, how do you say Kitab Anika, the book of Nicaea and of the chapter to chapter so keytab is a collection of ideas or thoughts. That's what it actually means in Arabic doesn't mean a book it was later on used

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to explain that describe a book and that's fine. But the actual meaning of the world word is different. It's a collection of thoughts or a collection of ideas. So meaning a collection of values or thoughts or ideas that have been very well detailed and explained for it to be recited in the Arabic language obedient They owe me Allah Moon for people who want to learn or people who have knowledge or people who know

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people who are able to appreciate what it actually has inside of it. Call me Allah moon, and this is where the the points of the theme starts to come out. Yeah, Allah moon, because some people won't. Some people will listen to all of this, and it won't mean anything to them because they're missing it. They just don't don't comprehend. They haven't learned it. They don't recognize they don't recognize the value in what's being put in front of them, which is really the case, isn't it? And the Quran is the word of Allah Subhan that some people value it and some people don't. It doesn't change its innate value. It doesn't change the fact that it is pure. It's just changes. It's just

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the person who's it's the perception of the person listening to it. If you can't perceive that, then it's for me, I love it when it's people who understand recognize the value of what they're listening

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too, but she wrong when as ILA within its there'll be good news delivered when of the law and warnings I don't tell whom, for whom lie a smell.

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And many people who listen to it will turn away out of them turn away only is known and they won't listen to it. They'll hear it, but they won't listen. There's a very distinct difference between the two and hear things but do you listen to them homozygous now,

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this is why, again, the theme starts to kind of build and unravel.

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When you're frustrated with somebody in your life that you're speaking to, you're explaining things to you're asking them to change and get better and they're not listening.

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You're frustrated because you're you believe that what you're saying is meaningful. And you can see that they're not listening to you. Like they sit in front of you, and they stare you stare you in the face as you speak. And you know that the words are entering into their ear canal. And that's actually being processed by the by one of their nerves that is going right into their brain. So they are actually capable of understanding the words that are coming out of your mouth, but they're not listening to a word you're saying. Very, very frustrating, especially for parents and for educators art, because the person is in front of you with the understand they comprehend it just not

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The problem is that's the reality. For most cases in the world. That's how life works. You can't force someone to listen to you, you can't, you will try and you will fail. And you'll be very upset at the end of it. So what do you do? This is what the source is meant to do. The job posts see that there's the book filled with values detailed for it to be recited in the language they understand will bring good news it will warn people but they will listen.

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Normalize they want to listen. So what do I do? I'm stuck you just gave me 10 00 Am we just descended something to me from revelation from the most compassionate the Most Merciful filled with values and filled with thoughts and ideas and teachings detailed in the right language for it to be recited but they don't want to listen?

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Fix the problem go ahead everything is it fix it talk we're gonna do they won't. I'm not listening.

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I hear you speaking and I'm not listening to a word you say I don't care. But although accelero Most of them just turn away Bula your smell will call you and imagine assure Rahmatullah webinars so we'll see that we'll call here is not really what they said it's what they what they actually mean by their actions so it's not that this is not what they're saying they're not saying this Our hearts are in and veils from what yours no this is this is the the explicit description of how they are adopted by them idea Hallo Kohli him as they would say in Arabic. So of all Pulu buena is not actually what they're stating. Because no one said that we have no record of and no one says that no

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one says that. Can you speak to someone young and they're not listening to you? They won't come and tell you my heart is in a veil from what you're saying. And I feel he doesn't you know what? There is definitely in my ear women being in Albania hijab and there's a barrier between you and me. No, that's not the case. It's just this the reality the reality what they're saying is that we can never gonna feel akin Akina is the plural of Kenan and Kenan is basically a veil, anything that you cover something else with, there was a cover balloon, again, that our hearts are are covered there availed matter their own lie, what you are trying to call us to do, meaning neither we're not missing. We're

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like, it's not getting to us, because the hearts are covered. And then nothing is penetrating. Well, if he then you know, walk up, and there's definitely walk on his deafness is deafness in our ears.

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But they're not deaf. It's just it's just a figure of speech, women, but you need our baby guy dive in between us and you. There's a barrier somehow what you're saying he's just not making it

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Wallahi This is word for word, what most parents and educators have to deal with, with younger people. Exactly what you're dealing with. This person's heart is just not making it. Like I know what I'm saying makes sense. And I know you couldn't you have the capacity to understand what I'm saying. There's just some for some reason, it's not making it this. People are on journeys.

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Or my teacher said, people are on train journeys,

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old trains, not not the new bullet stuff in Japan, the old trains where you would get on the train, and then you couldn't hear anything until the train stopped. It was so loud that no one if you're the person beside you was speaking, we just see the mouth moving, you'd have no idea what they're saying.

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And that's how people are, they're on their journey. And they're on a train. They're trained and it's really loud. So you're speaking, your mouths moving, they're not hearing anything. The only time you can actually make a difference is when their journey comes to a pause to a transit to a stop and then they can hear you. You have to catch the person in the right moment to maybe make an influence then offer them something new, which is why number one is so valuable because at Amazon is, in my opinion, the tiny annual, the annual stop of the train for all of us it just kind of slows down. Here's a stop just to get out to stretch your legs.

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don't have anything to drink. Obviously, that's the only that's the idea. And if you get a little bit of a pause, I

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mean, being in Albania, Romania, hijab there's a barrier between us. So what would you say after the

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Talmud in Nana Amelie only you do your thing we'll do ours.

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Behave like act, practice, practice, we're doing our thing, like we're acting the way that we think we're doing our part we're behaving the way we think it is, you will do your assignment. Because when you do something, then we have an example to look at. You see what I'm a fireman in the middle you behave, you practice, you act to bring forward actions that will do the same.

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And then May the actions be compared. Maybe based on the outcomes or the actions themselves. That's why it's a really big problem for us as Muslims too.

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When you performed with a non Muslims, I feel like there's always a relief. So your book is that amazing? Yeah. Otherwise, you're better than the Yeah. If you're so what's wrong with you?

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Is that is when we talked about the Quran Hamdulillah. Most of us are very passionate about it. This is the truth, this is the beaut This is where the values really okay, then why are you all like this? What's wrong with your own mind? What's wrong with you? And why do you why do most Muslim behaved in this manner? And I have no comeback. There's no good response to that at all. There's nothing besides this full shame and embarrassment and just saying, Well, I, I don't know what to say we're not. What are we doing? Are we saying here, this book is beautiful. You practice it?

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Very good.

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People have the right to do that. They can just say, Well, you know, if it's not if it's if that divine revelation is of that value, then why isn't making a difference for you? Why aren't your lives much better? Why is your behaviors superior? Why don't you live a life that is more meaningful than everyone else? And you're not then what's the problem is the problem the book or the problem that the larger

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problem is you all of you, not all of us.

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There's something missing, something missing, but I'm an Indiana prostate tumor, if you were versus need to eat and then we'll go and shudder pull in

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Basha myth LUCAM.

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You have Elijah and Isla whom

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Isla Hoopoe Isla who Haider

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first stepping ELA he was still for you

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Well, where are you limo shrieky in

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a loving Allah you tune as

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well Bill Hayward to whom caffeine you tune

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add your own oilmen noon.

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So, we saw that I saw to respond to these claims. These accusations or however you want to put them

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and they are saying Palutena can nothing done in a water membrane in lb Nica, hijab we're not hearing any of It's Our hearts are in veils. There are barriers between us You do your thing we'll do ours behave, pulling them out. And eventually we'll miss LUCAM say indeed I am but a human like, like, like you. There's no difference. You will have no idea. But I received revelation that the revelation I receive is exclusively that your Lord is about one Allahu comida Anwar had a study movie he was still have you

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study more?

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This is all you need to know from your deen. If this is all you knew, then you would have enough to actually figure out how to live your life appropriately. If all you knew was that your Lord is about one and he requires you to take the straight path towards him. This diploma has nothing to do and this is not obviously it's not literal. This is obviously not literal, literal command in the Quran. Everyone knows that. He's not saying that you can only walk in a straight line you're not allowed to walk and walk however you want outside is the karma is being incorruptible. He's talking about corruption is defined as when you're not corruptible. That's what this department is me you will

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take a pattern and that's how you describe people you like by the way that you like somebody you won't describe them as mashallah there may praise amazing just over

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He's always fast day in and day out. If you're gonna, you're gonna actually compliment someone you say this person is a straight shooter. This person will not he will always come through with what he promises you this guy will do the job correctly, this person is talking about honest you'll talk about integrity, they'll talk about trustworthiness. These are the values that basically explain what is DICOM is, this is someone who will not compromise their ethics won't look for a backdoor, they won't

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go around and they have no hypocrisy in them to be more

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strict This is that's why the Prophet Allah is only known Hadith enjoy him and tell him when he was asked to give me a piece of advice or sort of Allah. And he says, are meant to be learning.

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That's it. Just to say is believe in Allah Subhana Allah ADA in Allah and then just stay, stay the course. Don't deviate, don't don't compromise your ethics and your values and you'll be fine. But stuck in LA, he walk that straight path towards him, was still a funeral home and ask for his forgiveness on your way. This is for us.

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This verse here is for you and I, this is what he's looking for the pine or whatnot, in order for this sutra, to work in order for the Dawa, to occur, and this is what you have to learn this is what the Prophet alayhi wa sallam was taught the EDA Illa Illa, who Camila who had us human Allah His thought was, and there's nothing, he did not possess some superpowers that allowed him to behave in a way that we do not have the capacity to behave. He was given revelation that there's only one God and to walk the straight path and to seek forgiveness on your way, because you will make mistakes and that's normal.

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Well, where are you living Mushrikeen and a severe warning to the polysius. So those who refuse to believe in the Oneness of Allah subhanho wa taala. But then diverse actually describes them.

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The best describes them wishing he came.

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And two descriptions, number one, Levine Hola, tunas, Zika, the ones who will not pay Zika for whom will at home calculon And don't believe in accountability? And both of them are practical behavioral issues, both of them? I know, you may say to yourself, no, the first one is practical. The second one is belief. No, no, you'd be wrong.

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The Quran is never talked about in the, in the sense of it being a belief in something.

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When you talk about the hereafter, it's not in the Quran, when it's talked about as an article of belief is is not referred to as an issue of our theta is referred to as an issue of behavior. Because the only value there is to believing and believing is believing that you're going to be accountable, you'll not be which is which is going to reflect on the way you your choice, you make choices, or else there's no point telling me what tells me what point is there. I'm saying I believe in, you know, but you but but your behavior does not reflect any of that. But you act as if you're not going to be held accountable by anyone, and you're not scared of the of the oppression that you

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cause or the transgression that you caused, or the or the or the pain that you caused it. There's no There's no value, I believe, and I'm gonna but there's but I don't, I'm not worried about it. I'm not great about being held accountable. I don't care about my choices, or my or my decisions and their influence and their impact on people in my life.

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So when he talks about Africa, he's talking about the most practical article of belief. So when he's talking about them, we should have keen and saying, Well, you will let them warning to them of severe punishment to the machine again, it's because they are doing as like a, because they do not purify their wealth by giving and supporting others, because they don't they're not afraid of accountability on the Day of Judgment. So they're not keeping keeping themselves intact for it to practical reasons,

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whatever Muslim doesn't do these two things.

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What if a Muslim doesn't pay his worker doesn't care, doesn't think about this, not something that they they're interested in. And they live their life as if there's no point there's no accountability, they'll take my alarm, he will, whatever, whatever to get himself ahead, whatever to get himself ahead. That means it doesn't really care. It doesn't really think about these things.

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So how does how does that fit? How does that fit? Because we said to him, we should again, he didn't start to describe them subhanaw taala by their belief system, and their problem and they believe in rocks and the worship? No, no, he described them by their behaviors, by their behaviors, just like a Muslim is going to enter Lydia so they are in the Medina. Um, I know what I'm sorry, hydrants, I suppose the believers, the ones who do the good deeds. The ones who actually perform the DS, Allah created them to perform a juvenile Edelman noon, they will be given a reward that will never end and will never they'll never be made to feel that they're inferior because of the reward that they're

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given though. They'll psychologically enjoy it as well.

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But this is important.

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Because the verse after the people who are supposed to listen what every reason to listen is supposed to go is Quran. Allah Vidya is Tanzimat, Rama and there's no reason not to listen to it. What you need to do is remember that La ilaha illa, Allah and his team was dumped here, what that uncorruptible path and seek forgiveness. And as far as the most chicane, warned the most of your punishment, you know, the ones who don't give from their wealth to the needy, the ones who aren't worried about accountability, no, think about it at all.

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They're not concerned about your milk Liam and the fact that they want to be resurrected and held accountable front of God and held responsible for everything they did. As far as the believers who do the right deeds, they will be all about the deeds.

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Even the description of them which should have been here was practical and not based on belief system. That's why when you bring a Muslim who has the I get confused, what do we do? How do we do? What do we do? Explain to me how do we go by life? If a Muslim does not pay zakat, for example, and has very little care about maybe half Allah as they say?

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Well, he's not Muslim because he's saying La ilaha illa Allah but isn't that the exact description that the Mushrikeen were given here? So Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us something here? Yes, you claim what you want you're lucky if you have the if you were given the opportunity to say la isla you're so fortunate we all are. This is the biggest blessing in our lives you're we were brought we grew up and we were offered here La Ilaha illa Allah it's yours the ultimate truth is in your hands so you say it

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but that doesn't mean anything if there's no if there's no practice to solidify that to prove it. When you say in your Salah and and with this this we understand why certain postures is so important. It's called the book that was detailed the detailed message perfect message though people didn't listen because there's something missing when you say yeah cannot wait yeah can Stein which is basically though he'd you say that in prayer, Allah subhanaw taala responds to you the Hadith Imam Muslim, and you will see how there be any obeying Abdi This is between me and my servant. What do you mean?

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It means we'll see.

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We'll see.

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You claim yuck and I will do what you're saying. Only me? Yeah. Okay.

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Go ahead.

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Live that's what you're here for. Let's see. Let's see if that's the truth.

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No, I said it. I know you said it.

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That's a

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you're very blessed that you said it's let's see if it's true. Let's see if there's any truth to this claim that you're making. Is there truth to the claim? As we just had that begin to make this between us you and I will talk about this human theme a one on one did you truly economically do it you're gonna stain or is that just a claim you made? Because Talk is cheap. Talk is cheap.

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The Word of Allah subhanaw taala is not to talk in general it's easy. Anyone can say anything. Not hard. Why do you think amongst the first people who are be thrown into Jahannam yarmulke Yama. It was apparent that a similar to Ballina is mine.

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In the hadith of Muslim the first people to throw in Jana was I thought it was one of the first people before he said before there before there's even even before putting up the magazine. We don't even have the skills yet. Now they'll be plucked out of the groups and thrown because they recited not for the right reason. They didn't recite for him subpattern McDonough recite it for a whole different reasons. So they're not even worthy of a sub. So it was only to buy the Anatole version

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of Laramie. But this is this is this is the teaching of the Quran. And this was what facilities I would advise you to recite it and look for the gems within it that talk about that. Because this for us I think is what we need today as Muslims on end with that inshallah Allah will try to end at seven o'clock every day I'm sorry for being a bit long title a bit bit longer. So Pagla behind the scene Allah Allah he'll enter Stubblefield to Lake wa sallahu wa salam ala Nabina Muhammad Ali's baccala akenfield Please feel free in the future to leave at any point that you want. Don't feel that you have to stay. This is just an optional halacha For those who'd like to sit if he wants to

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get tired or you need to move please