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La Romana Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Nabina Muhammad Ali he also heavy he he Marienbad.

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Shot was today and tomorrow we will continue in the FCO. So let's first select from where we left off last week and show a lot.

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We stopped last week and a number 14.

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And explain sort of also that this message or theme

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is that not listening?

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Not listening to what's being explained.

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There's a reason for punishment,

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we are obligated to explain and give Dawa as articulate as clear as possible.

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But even with that, that our through character is more meaningful.

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So it's well suited to seeing that, that our has to be given very clearly, particularly

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when someone refuses to listen to what is rational and logical. They are subjecting themselves to punishment.

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But the best form of Dawa is that which is based on character. This is, in my opinion, is a very, you chose obviously, the pseudonym because I think the theme is meaningful, and I think it's something that relates to us.

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But it actually touches on so many aspects of life. For us, it actually is very practical.

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Because Dawa is performed in so many ways, and is performed on so many levels. Parents perform it with their children and friends perform it with their friends, and sometimes children performed with their parents. And it happens all the time, where we are trying somehow to influence someone else to do something or to behave in a certain way or to believe something

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is important to understand that there are two sides of this, the person who's giving the dollar has to be clear. That's why this sort of is a verb firstly, that it was clearly explained. And the Quran is described here as a Quran within the language of the people who are were being performed that well you're performing Dhamma with, it was properly explained, it was detailed, there's nothing ambiguous about it. So that has to be the way it's done. You have to make sure you know what you're talking about, you know how to describe what you're talking.

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And the other side has to listen, you have to listen, we have to learn to listen to arguments, and we have to listen to them carefully. And then we have to decide what we're going to do based on the logic or rationale of those who were speaking to us what it contains.

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And at the end of the day, our true character is just more meaningful. I just find this team to meet to be fascinating. Like yeah, this all you have to do it to speak clearly. You need to listen well, okay, this has to happen. Speak well make sure that you're saying the right things, if you're not you're accountable, and make sure you're listening because you're accountable if you're not listening, but at the end, if you're doing it through characters just better. It just works better. It just ends up having better outcomes, just when it's just based on on people who are performing down with your character. I mean, they say, you know, do as I, as I say not as I do or something,

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something, something like that. I think it's the opposite. It's more meaningful as the opposite. Do as I do not, as I say good. What I do is more is more meaningful, because that's who you are. And because whatever you're preaching, if it's not helping you then why would it help someone else? If you know it, but you're not practicing it? Well, then, Oh, amazing. Could it be? How amazing what you have to say is if if you're not even following it, if you can't, if it didn't inspire you, then why do you feel or think is gonna inspire me?

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What is a twisted logic for that to be the case? You say, no, no, no, no, it's beautiful. I just I'm not gonna do it. But I'll tell you about it. I actually have enough understanding of it that I'm capable of articulating it. Well, I can explain it well, but I don't I don't do it. But you know, you should. That's that's, that's insane. Even if children don't need may not be able to explain it that way. I just did. But a part of their brain totally understands that. Like, if it's not great, but you don't do it. I don't know. It doesn't make any sense. If it was that great. You would have done it yourself. And then I wouldn't have to listen to you talk about it for too long. I can just

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watch how you bid. And that's how he was used to Latos. And he spoke very little.

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And like Danny, some people and he spoke very little earlier. So it was very specific words. I'll talk about that on Monday doesn't didn't talk a lot. I know you started to have some odd people with how he was. And that's why we're able to act this way. Why wouldn't you have narrations of him

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imagining him

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I can try to narrate this highlight, you can narrate a huddle, you get narrate anything of it, maybe maybe a word, but I'm gonna give stuff like this. He spoke very short phrases, very clear, concise, people were able, were able to memorize what he said out of use AutoSum, because he didn't spend too much time talking. Because people learn from him, I do SolidWorks and I'm out in the field, and what he was doing, how he was living his life, that was more meaningful, obviously, way more meaningful to them than what he was seeing how to heal slotless

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I think there's something worth listening to. So we're going to start from age 15 Inshallah, tada, the verses that we're going to read today, or that or the other side of it. So

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the first part is, was thoughtful. So that is the importance of being clear

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importance of being articulate, and what you're going to explain, make sure that you have a narrative that is logical, rational parts I'm going to read today, and probably even tomorrow

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is a punishment to the problem with those who refuse to listen.

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disorders, Saudis is not only going to chastise the people who are giving the dollar making sure that they do it, well. They speak well, and then they behave well, no, it's always gonna, it's also going to look on the on those who are receiving it, you have to listen, you have to hear you have to hear people out, you have to hear what's being said, you can't refuse something or accept it without making sure that you're processing it appropriately, and that you're giving it the time of the day to listen to it. We don't do that. We don't we're not very good at that. A lot of us aren't very good at that.

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I can almost tell immediately whether the person in front of me is listening to a word I'm saying or not. You can you start within the simple not even a it's not really a debate, maybe just a discussion, someone has a question where you can almost tell immediately whether the person is even listening to the answer, or didn't even care, like they don't care, they just come in here to tell you something. And as you speak, they're just waiting for you to face they can tell you it again sometimes because that's the only you know, phrase they memorize for the morning. And it just repeat. There's no There's no processing of us being in order for this to work. When sometimes you

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have to listen, you have to actually actively listen to what they're saying and process it and see if it makes sense and see, and if there is a flaw in it, you pointed out but you have to listen to it first. And when we don't do that we subject ourselves to punishment. This is literally what Allah subhanaw taala is saying, and in sort of those settings, you have to listen. Because if you don't, then you're stuck with

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me again. Why do you think the world is the way it is? Because no one's listening. No one's listening to anybody. Everyone's just, they everyone just pumping their narrative out into the into into space into the world and expecting others to listen, in order for people to listen to you. You have to listen to them, which is what the first part if you remember last week, which is what the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did when I came to, that's what he did. Or the book came to tell him to give him you know, he was he was dishing on garbage basically to the Prophet It is awesome but he listened to him till the end he let him finish that I'm going through all of the stuff that he came

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to go through he listened to it I'll use a lot to say I'm to the point where we actually have a narration of it because we know what happened that day because it was told to us

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and then ask the other person to listen who also listened but not as far as he should have a lot of examples we're going to read today are those who did not so we start from a number 15 with the letter R we will be learning in a shape on your body

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Bismillah R Rahman of washi

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were hula you saw rune.

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So the first group talked about are the people of odd odd

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Place was off. base of the movement is in hedger, these are all places in mid Arabia,

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there's actually evidence of where they were. If you go to those areas in the Middle East, fortunately, I think for a very long time,

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Saudi didn't didn't really allow a lot of research to hurt to happen in those areas and didn't, doesn't allow any form of tourism, they'll probably change in the future. But there's evidence of where these things actually happened to me, and it's helpful to kind of see things sometimes brought out as Latos law I'm told us that if you ever go to these places to places where nations that were punished by ALLAH existed, not to go to take pictures and enjoy to go and to take ever more whatever and Ebru mean, to go and actually learn and remind yourself of Allah subhanaw taala as punishment, so so it makes sense for them not to open it up for for tourism for all, because there is a specific

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context when you go to places like that. But I think it's still very important for the for it to occur. And I had, where the people have who Daddy has Salam, just like the mood does, we're gonna read the verse, come in a few minutes is are the people of Saudi, and I didn't and who didn't saw there are two prophets that don't, are not biblical.

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All of the other prophets in the Quran are meaning when you read the Quran, the rest of the prophets that Allah Subhanallah speak of you will find them in the Bible in the Old Testament. I mean, they're clearly pointed out and so Ibrahim it said, I'm obviously no and Idris, and then all of a sentence. If Ibrahim Ali said I'm in unison, and shall I don't know, maybe it Yes, Ali Ali. He said I was not there. There's some debate on etsc. On Easter, there's a few but in general, who knows Salah definitely are not there, because we've been solid, we're to prophets sent to the Ottoman it's important concept. And I'll tell you why. Because

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prior to the Quran, the common belief that began to spread even across Europe

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was that the prophets were only in the house of Abraham. And outside of the house of Abraham, there were no prophets sent by Allah subhanaw taala made the rest of humanity. But it didn't mean anything if you didn't matter. So then they weren't sent any prophets. And they were just basically doomed to live in a state of complete loss, regardless of anything, but the house of Abraham, we're going to be sent not one or two prophets, but hundreds of prophets over over history, and they were going to listen to any of them.

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And that the Quran actually changes that. The mind says no, no, that's not the case. And he also noted Of course, now who Malaika Wu Paulo, also that alumna, also somatic, there are prophets, we told you the stories of those prophets, we have not told you the stories of him in Mateen. In Hala, via in a deal, there's no nation on earth except Allah subhanaw taala sent them messengers and prophets. So we know that from the Quran, that Allah subhana, Allah has sent Prophets and Messengers for all, and explains why it is that all across the planet, you find temples, and you find evidence and remnants of faith. And if you look at these faiths, all over the planet, there's a couple of

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things that they have in common. There's differences, obviously, but there's a lot of things that they have in common, that it was really almost almost, it was literally impossible for these people to hear from one another at the time, because they live so far away. And there's no evidence of any traveling certain during certain certain periods of historical times, for us to believe that there was some way for one group to hear from the other. But all the groups have basic ideas of punishment and reward and resurrection, and have accountability and have some form of supreme power and have some form of someone who has some form of communication and revelation by God Himself. And very,

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very similar lines. Yes, details differ. And that's the manipulation of the hand of man. But at the end, the same basic ideas were there.

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So who don't saw that were the prophets of the Arab. They were sent to the autumn, specifically, who lived within Arabia. There's two types of Arab the audible came before houden Salah and Allah who came afterwards, and there were others who came afterwards weren't here out of meaning they mixed with the with with the with Ibrahim, how to use Salem, witch that's why we have two types of Arab you have the Adnani Yun and those are the ones who descend from Ismail, son of Ibrahim Ali use them to their Arab Hebrews. And then you have an Arab who are not war descent or have been even as they called, they're called and they are the remnants, the descendants of Hood and solid asylums people

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because they didn't all die, as a story will telephone Jaina who will Lavina and Omar who we saved them and those who believed with them, those who actually listen. So they're very different Jeanne illogically very different the only way that they actually meet from a genealogical perspective from a lineage perspective is know how to use them and that says, that says as far as two people can be its people sitting in this room the majority of people sitting in this room will meet from an ancestral perspective way before nor but the majority of people here even the person you're looking at it known possible you probably don't meet it don't know you meet way before noon. It's very rare

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that two people can be that different. Interesting. The thought of were two groups for people living in the

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exact same lead, exact same tongue and exact same language. However, the two groups did not meet at all did not meet until knew how to use them. And that's why the example and just just give a little bit of context for your own study in the future. That's why the example of what the Prophet alayhi salam did in Medina when you brought too many people of Makkah, who are Furoshiki Yun, or nana Yun for the descendants of his married son of Ibrahim, two years Grimm, who were Hazaragi and O's, who are a katana Yun was insensitive, who saw that they do not meet anywhere.

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They do not meet at all until new hiding is there for them to live in the same in the same homes.

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That didn't happen. No people would come to Medina just to see it.

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People would just would visit Medina. They weren't interested in studies. Show us show us their living in the same house Impossible. Impossible. The Prophet alayhi salam did moussaka they live in the same house. It wasn't it wasn't it was unheard of. You can get a Midori and one, Robbie to live in the same house. And they're both descendants of Ibrahim it

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might be and what are the two big tribes are descended from from from Isma isn't available to him. They hated each other. You could not get them to live, they wouldn't do it.

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We'll see them because that was wrong, Robbie. And that's why when they were asked, Why are you following because double Robbie Tyrone saw the Temodar even though they're both descendants O'Brien imagine when you leave that and go to a completely different group of people. So that's what I did. And they're the there are the two tribes that Allah Subhan has sent the messengers of the Arab to So who will decide if you don't find them in the Bible, because the Bible was sent to many Islam. And the Old Testament was as well these two books were not sent to humankind very important the two books that are why they they're not they weren't sent to mankind to begin with the mankind was not

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supposed to hear about all the details, because it wasn't sent to them. They were sent to the people but it is slightly the sons the sons and daughters of Ibrahim Medusa and for us Yes, Muhammad Ali Asad was sent there by him. But this book was sent to everyone so that's why we have the stories of hoodoo Salah within it because the Arab we're listening to this story and it's done the via explained all of that to you is that the audible gonna listen to him out of your soul. So not all of them were descendants of Ibrahim some of them weren't going to be so Allah told them the stories of the prophets that related to them, who didn't sign it. So whoever Allah Subhan is going to tell the

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sent the Quran to specifically as in who's going to receive it firsthand, first responder type of thing who's going to read the Quran. First, they have to hear the stories of the prophets that relate to them. And then of course, the Quran says And there's many more. So if you come from a part of the world, you're not all together, it's okay. There are prophets who were sent to your people before. And if you go back and you look at your culture, you'll find that there were many religions, no, all of those religions were originated, most of them. Most of them originated by prophets and messengers, and then the message itself was manipulated by the hands of men and got lost. But the

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basic ideas are still the same.

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As the pineal gland is just a background, but a man is fried. But stick about roofing. They showed arrogance on earth be laid out? No, they had no reason to work all men shed dome in poo. And they said, you know, I'm actually mad, right? allottee let me know Hello, Miss Philippi that when it came to HUD, and there was nothing like it, that's what Allah subhanaw taala is saying is, as I said, within the region, there is nothing like them within that with the strength that they had, with the abilities that they had. Honestly, the more we look into, into some of these structures that were built 1000s of years ago, it's impossible for us to imagine that they built these things with the

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simple tools that we were led to believe they used, it's impossible. Like, the more you study, the more you listen.

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Now, I'm not a conspiracy theorist by any measure, but I listen to this stuff. I'm just interested because when you when you see some of these structures, you're like, how did how could it be hidden is how could they have done that no matter how much human suffering and death you throw at it, it's just not going to it's just too huge for this to be there had to be more knowledge. And the more you look into it, yes, they understood, like they they have the ability to actually measure things with a very high degree of precision. So they had no knowledge, they may even have had a certain degree of technology at a certain point. And for things to be wiped out. How hard is it for all divert to

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all to be wiped out? Really, if you think about it's not that hard for it all to be wiped out? Even us the only I think we're I think we're too arrogant just as they are. I think we think that what we have, it's not that hard for us to be wiped out completely off the face of the earth with no with nothing with nothing to ever surface for 1000s of years after we're gone. But I think again, the human being can't imagine that. I can't we just can't imagine that. No, we're just too. We're just too significant, aren't we for our own drones? for our own good. We think we're too significant. It was not my first step. But overall, they became very arrogant, and they walked around and to the

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point where they said no, it didn't happen. There was no help. There's no righteousness to their claim. I called him and I said doom in Kuba who is more powerful than us. When I'm yellow

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And Allah had the Halacha what should do men who did not see that Allah the One who created them is much more powerful powerful than they are

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what kind of will be a teenager How do and and denied all of our signs meeting Allah gave them the science for them to know that he was there and that he was power more powerful than them but he decided to deny those signs and ignore them and look away and walk around saying these words failed to set an ID him but he hung sort of Salah so he sent upon them aloud sounding winds cytoskeletal is one of the words in Arabic that are based on the sound so it's describing the sound is words like that in Arabic like zelzal is the same thing these words are based on the sound the thing makes. So source our meaning is the sound that the wind makes and that's how it's being described our southern

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now we sent upon them a wind that made a lot of noise so to solder the a yam in Napoli certain days that were miserable

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during miserable days.

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Um, I don't

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totally cool. So that will happen theory and sort of sarin, Tia Sahara I lay him sobre la erlin with a Murni to yirmiyahu Zuma was sent upon them for seven days and eight nights but doubt I'll call Murphy house Ottawa. At the end of it you just saw people scattered did the end know whom I just saw. Lynn? Oh yeah, they looked like the lower part of a palm tree because the heads were off rolling off somewhere else. They were carried by the wind and slammed into the ground so many times that their bodies were no longer identifiable. Same thing here you know the Oklahoma either Bell hizzy will hire to dunya we sent we sent this loud sounding wind upon them for a drink miserable

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days

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that they may

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find the disgraceful punishment Is he is he is disgrace who is different Hoon is humiliating there are two different concepts I'm not gonna spend too much time on it but the different kinds of the Koran ugly,

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disgrace punishment either because the the punishment of disgraceful higher to dunya in this life while either here it is and indeed the punishment of the Hereafter is much more disgraceful.

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Whom Allah Yun sorrow and he will find no one to stand by them on the Day of Judgment reciting show the next book well I'm Mirtha Moodle for her the INA whom festa hub bull Amma Bulama al Huda?

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Aha that room for people to learn either Bill Huni beam

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Cebu

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when a Jain, a lazy man worker No Taboo

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I suppose the mood on the other hand for Hyundai now whom we granted them guidance in we sent them to the person to guide them and we gave them revelation for them to be guided first to humble Amma but they preferred blindness alHuda over guidance. They prefer to stay any blissfully ignorant as they say. That's to humble Anna they just found it more attractive to stay in a state of of blindness over being guided and over being guided by that home saw if I don't either Bill whom the blast

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of the humiliating punishment took them

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by America, New York, Cebu and based on what they offered what they did in this life. These are two examples that Allah subhanaw taala talked about in sort of the two groups that were asked to listen and they didn't. How do we know that the idea that we recited last week, if Jah tomorrow Zulu member any ad him woman called for him they came their Prophets came to them in front of them and from behind the meeting they they continuously spoke to them they they met them on their ways they follow them when they were walking down alleys in Beijing, the ad human Jabu Illa Allah reminding them not to worship anyone but Allah subhanho wa Taala not to serve anyone but Allah follow. Know sha Allah

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buena Allah and Xena Mala Iike pain are still don't be careful. We're not gonna listen to you. If Allah wanted us to listen, he would send Malaika so we're going to disbelieve in what you have to say. And then the verses that we recited today, example of if they did that, then they were strong to the point where they felt they could probably defy God and they didn't. They weren't. And at that moment, who were were much had much more clear guidance. Their guidance was with a couple of steps, 90 deeper, so they had more clarity, but they just preferred blindness over guidance and they they lost and they were they were punished as well. Because they refuse to listen, because they didn't

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they didn't give that give it the time of the day. They didn't listen

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to Jane Alladhina manual work.

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And we are Taccone we granted salvation to those who believed and showed piety yet Dakotan, now I can spend maybe the full lesson just talking about what yet duck Moon actually means. But I'm not going to

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you're going to do that yourself. There's almost nowhere in the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala talks about those who are saved, talks about those who will find Jenna talks about those who Allah subhanaw taala will pardon except somehow somewhere within those verses, he will take the word duckula and he'll inserted in the middle of it. Almost impossible. There were duck boys in the Quran over 250 times. That's a very high frequency have a word that high this but that's not a feeling word like

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fee and min and Alina and Yeah, you heard something like that a word that actually has something, substance to it. For it to be in the Quran over 258 times, there's a lot. It's definitely an Islamic concept that you need to take time to understand not only do you need to understand it in practice, to be able to make sure that it's a part of the educational process that you you grant those who are coming after you.

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Ability to protect yourself now for talks about prophylaxis, it talks about taking is preventative, it talks about making sure that you take steps to prevent harm coming to yourself on short term and long term. That's what duckula is that you're thinking about the long run the long haul, what am I doing? Am I doing something right now that I will later on be have to be held accountable for and is going to harm me that I make this decision today? I don't do it. It doesn't you don't have to be doing things that Allah subhanaw taala is pleased by all the time but you definitely can't do things that will you just please Allah subhanho wa Taala because just anything that displeases Allah will

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harm you in dunya or harm you and if he's not doing that, definitely enough. So you need to protect yourself from punishment, which is what Docker what is Docker is just the mindset that I am not going to do something that it will later on regret. They'll look back and wish I didn't do your thinking for the long haul. And that's a very healthy way to live a life where you just you have that you have that safety valve before you do something, something will stop you and you have to ask yourself a question Is this worth doing? Or am I going to later on regret this? And then if the answer is no, they're gonna regret this and you don't end up doing it. And that's really how we're

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supposed to live as Muslims. This is the key this is the essence of what it means to be a Muslim. That's, that's the first

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passage of,

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of Allah subhanaw taala speaking about the punishment of those who don't listen. So this is the punishment of those who were told. I will do and Allah they said it Allah wanted us to hear he was sent melodica example of odd example of the mood. Both of them ended up losing everything and only those who were who believed in Allah and had some degree had some degree of Taqwa were saved. We move on to the second one. Why young man you shall the law he Elan Revo whom Muse goon

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either manager Shahida Isley him

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Shahida really him some room for whom watch Hulu whom

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why'd you do who beat America and who we are Malou

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he says around the day when the enemies of Allah those who live their lives defying Allah subhanaw taala are gathered, gathered to the Hellfire below news down and they're brought in ranks, meaning they are brought in they're asked to stand in line. And they are ordered to be organized as they are brought to jahannam with a yo Billa one of the worst humiliating one of the most humiliating things that can happen is that when you're being taken to punishment, your EBIT, you're being ordered to do it and in a lawful way, you're not going to some place to enjoy it, you're going to be punished. And yet you still have to stand in line, you have to follow orders, you have to do it in a way that

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satisfies that those who are going to punish you. It's a very humiliating thing. And Allah Subhanallah speaks of that happening to those who are who defied him in life, you end up going to Allah subhanaw taala when people end up going there and they are being gathered, and they're being put to use their own mind, they're putting they're asked to stand in rank, to be organized as they are being taken out of the villa to jahannam. Once they come there had to either merge, once they come to join and they start objecting, they start objecting to to the punishment that they are receiving, they don't like it, and they refuse at the Prophet alayhi salatu salam tells us right to

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Allah home, J that Aliko Mala Mala or Shaheed alikoum will org or Shahida Aliko Mona's there are witnesses there melodica witnessed what you did there. The Earth witnessed what you did there or people witnessed what you did. We have Hulu and Allah, Allah Allah and fusina Shah, he doesn't mean Wally Ha, we don't accept on ourselves or witness from outside of ourselves. I mean, I don't believe anybody

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Ready? Everyone's a liar.

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That's just desperation. That says when you're completely desperate, like everyone, everyone's It's a conspiracy. Everyone hates me. Everyone wants to put me agenda. They're all like, they're all like me not against all agreement that echo line. Yeah, they're conspiring. Yes, the Earth is lying. Yeah, the people were there, all them are lying. They don't like me. They're always jealous of me. Everyone's a liar. They only accept witnesses upon themselves. Those who refuse to listen and duniya this is really interesting, the wording of this versatile volume. I tell you that my jet when they come when they finally make it, Shahida it

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those who will bear witness against them or testify against them, someone whom absolve whom would you do?

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This does not ears, eyes and skin the skin? No, no. He didn't say no more, or you didn't say ears and eyes. He says someone whom well beside him. He said their hearing.

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And their ability to see you're seeing in Jerusalem here, meaning he's talking about, he's talking about their sensations, there's their senses, your senses will testify against them, not their organs. He's not talking about the origins of the planet, what he's talking about their senses, the senses that heard the word, the fact that they heard what the prophets told them. The fact that they saw what the what their prophets were doing. The fact that they felt what was being told to them, like they felt that they knew is right. And Giroud in the Quran, is the symbolism of a feeling that's why

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couldn't a man who do whom, with whom Giroud and Allah, every time their skins become crisp of punishment we've seen it gives us what they were feeling occurs. But this first year is not talking about the Oregon's testifying your senses, the senses will testify to the fact that you because the senses how we communicate with the world around us. The senses will testify against you, and your eyes and your ears. No, that's too easy. That's too simple. too simple for the year just as far as speaking. No, no, no, no, your senses are going to testify, we're going to be brought back the fact that you did see it and you did hear it and you didn't feel it as well. You just didn't want to do

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it. There's a difference here. difference that somehow, or the difference being that and then your ears just you know having a mouth and speaking or you're no no, no, no. Which could be the case and some scholars understand that way. That's totally fine. I think this is much more profound the way that Allah subhanaw taala describe it. He used these words, he could have said that I lay him

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down oh my god, then I can just recite that and move on. But he says some of whom are bizarre to him.

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The fact that they listen, the herd and the fact that they saw their hearing and they're seeing will testify against the mule. Why? Because Because no no, you heard it. And he was sighs You comprehended it and you felt that he you knew was correct, but you just didn't want to do it. You just weren't willing to eat didn't want to do didn't want to listen, we do that a lot, especially if you don't like what's being offered. Especially if the person who's offering is not not someone that we favor. We look for ways to for them to be wrong. We look for ways for them to be wrong. This is a process that happens inside the mind all the time. If the person who's speaking is somebody you

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don't like you are actively as they speak looking for reasons for what they say to be wrong. Like you're it's an amazing psychological trait that we have we're very good at it. We're very good at we were building our case against this person as he eyes this person is going to lead by the time they're done you already have your case and your flaws and what they're saying their flaws of their character and you're ready to debunk everything they said even though even though even though deep inside you know what they're saying is correct. Even though you part of us know that that's right but I just don't like that person. I'm not willing to listen to anything they have to say and it's I

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have to I have to I have to push back for my own ego to survive. For me to be able to live another day and not feel less about I need to push back on what they're being what's being said.

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Normal piano when they come here, you don't want anyone to testify against you from outside of you. Here's your senses is what they have to say. You might can we all know and based on what they were doing. Let's read two more verses no more that you go walk all you really do the hem Lee measure he do Molina

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why Mac one two test study a herd i equal

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As shad alikoum some room Kumala for LUCAM wala julu Calm

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and I thought moment as their senses are testifying against them and saying no, no we heard it and we saw it and you felt it anyway and you were you witnessed all of it. He just didn't want to lose. Well, if I lose, you lose him and then they'll speak to their skins because that's the only thing that is actually materialistic and the three things that he talked about soprano which I didn't diverse, you can speak to your summat to your sense of hearing or is your sense of sight but you can speak to your your skin, which is where you felt things but you can speak to us at least it's something I need materialistic so we'll call you God him so they speak to all three just spoke to

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the Judoon because that's what they could see testifying in front of them because that's the only materialistic of the three. Lima Shaheed to Marlena. Why would you bear witness against us as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would say the prophet is the Hadith and Muslim who did the shadow now Elena and nama uncom. And connecting to an album I was I was trying to protect you. My skin the irony, I'm trying to protect you from what's coming. Why are you? Why are you justifying against me this? Why am I justifying against myself? My I'm trying to save money. So they asked, there's no limit to it. Why are you saying anything? Just

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all along and Takane Allah,

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Allah subhanaw taala gave us the command to speak.

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Not to say these things, but to speak, meaning say the truth or speak the truth, or repeat what was recorded within you.

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Repeat that which was recorded inside of you. What actually happened? Is it to that you didn't hear anything that was said, You didn't see it. You didn't feel it. It meant nothing to you at all. Truly, truly, it didn't just go back into the record of what you felt and what you saw and what you heard something on top on pocket Allah, He told us to speak, we spoke of what actually happened. You can't bear witness to something you didn't actually witness, you have to testify to something that you witnessed. So the skins and sense of hearing and seeing can only testify to that which they actually witnessed and they witnessed it. They witnessed the herd, they saw they felt was there it

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happened. They just didn't want to listen. That's why the idea just doing they didn't want they didn't want to do is when it's there, but you're gonna deny it. No, it's not there. Yeah, he's there. No, it's not. Not there. And I'm gonna act like it's not. I'm gonna continue to walk this earth and deny that it's there, even though it's there. In your milk, am Allah subhanaw? I would say if it wasn't, no, it wasn't, you know, but wasn't there. All right?

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Bring the record. Let the record speak.

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This can speak why why would you speak I'm talkin Allah, Allah, the Tata coalition, the one who, who can force everything to speak, the one that gave everything the ability to speak and the nautical articulation of something here.

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It really means in the background that there's there's, there's, there's a record there somewhere, a record that can speak something, there's documentation, there's knowledge, there's something encrypted, there's knowledge that's encrypted. And if you understand how to break that it'll, it'll translate it to something that's that's tangible, it will translate to something that makes sense. So the skins inside of your, in your senses, we're gonna hold this today.

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inside your heart, there's there's a, there's a system of your heart has its own neurological system. It does its own thing. And it records memory. And it's a part is very interesting how we actually function we barely understand what like just the basics of it, of actually how our bodies work. And everything is being recorded everything inside of you. This is the weird part. inside you. Everything's already been recorded. We don't You don't even need the book. The book is gonna be there. You're writing it on a daily basis, you're almost anywhere over half halfway through our novels, and you're gearing up to bring your novel and read it some points is going to occur. But

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even without that inside you It's all recorded. Everything you did you saw you heard everything you witnessed is being recorded on the inside. And Allah subhanaw taala just brings out the records. You don't want something from your you don't want an external source, no problem. No problem that the record read what you felt and what you saw, and what you heard. was locked up, boom. Oh, well, I'm not watching and he's the one who created the first time around. What Ed he told Jarrell and you you returned to him

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You just You just didn't know I'm not going to test it they go on

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the skin, the most wise piece of us apparently

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speaks to us your multi AMA. So it says

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why are you Why are you surprised that we're speaking or speaking on the decree on the Command of Allah who has everything recorded and it can force and command anything to speak and he created it the first time around and you're gonna turn to him? Well Malcolm just said you don't you didn't think that was going to happen did you?

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Um, I couldn't have just said you know now you didn't think for a moment that your your sense of hearing and your sense of what else saw to come your sense of seeing or as you do with your home or your sense of feeling was going to testify against you didn't see that one coming? That's when I put them tested. You don't I mean, you didn't you didn't you didn't hide from them. Did you? Yeah, you missed you missed that one. You had it all worked out. You're going to refuse any testimony from anything external and then you're going to hide you hide a narrative and it was solid and you didn't even see that one. Now it was a I missed that I missed that they could that Allah subhanaw taala has

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added has it all recorded inside of me so I can't really I can't I can't really debunk myself. This is me is me speaking here instead of an aspect of me that is not subjective and aspect as objective will see it as it is when I can run into what you thought your assumption was and Allah, Allah Mocha theonomy My time but you thought that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada doesn't know a lot of what you're doing.

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You just assume that Allah subhanaw taala is missing things.

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He's not memorizing it. He's not seeing it. It's not recording. doesn't have time. You're not paying attention.

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The hadith and bloody THE LIKENESS Oh, he said to Endoca but he was at the Kaaba. I was praying but there are two vigil Three men came for Ashiya Annie with a coffee two men from coloration one from top of

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a colleague one FIP who blew him away according to him Kathy Huanchaco Tony him very little brains a lot of stomach is the Hadith the venomous oh just saying Hulu or Hulu hula when it sank to the other earlier SmartOne Allahu

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Allah hear us call it our photo, either. Johanna I think if we speak loudly? I thought it Arthur wider. I saw Nyla Yes, ma'am. I think if you don't speak loudly, doesn't hear. I thought it either send me a bill Jeffery sent me. I know if he can hear us when we're loud. He can probably hear us when we're not. And they're just agreeing on the underlying muscles hearing. He's listening to this moronic conversation. So he goes back to the profit out of your side to me selling him this yellow dolla. This is what they're and they're saying the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would recite this verse to him. I'm not going to study Runa and Yasha Alikum Sam Oh, come while overflow room. What

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would you do to come? If you don't think he is listening? Subhana wa Tada. But it's all being recorded. So no worries at all there. It will come out. You just didn't think that was going to be the case. He said into the thing that he didn't know. Well, I can run into him. And Hola. Hola. Hola. mukha theobromine Mata, you thought that Allah didn't know a lot of what you were doing. And that is not the case. We'll end with that. And Charlotte, Allah will continue tomorrow. The verses obviously I'm stopping in the middle. To give you a little bit of a suspense to read the actual passage is not done yet. You can recite it in Sharla. In the meantime, it will continue tomorrow

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morning. So thank you, I'm the shadow Allah Allah.

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Also Allah who has tell them more about like, I don't know, maybe you know, have you been on Muhammad in early he also had big money and just open a lot here on the baraka lofi komatsuna.