Explanation of Surah al-Kahf (7) Ayahs (60-82)

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The history of Islam is discussed, including the implementation of Islam by blind men and the misinformation of Islam by blind men. The importance of seeking knowledge to avoid confusion and caution is emphasized, along with the need for patient mentality. The speakers stress the need for consideration and caution, avoiding promises and denying one's beliefs. The conversation covers a range of topics, including the origin and origins of names of Islam, the Sharia law, and legal framework for asserting Islam. The speakers also touch on the idea of a culture-critical thing and its potential consequences, including the consequences of not knowing it.

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Okay brothers, so we're about to start.

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So insha Allah anyone who is interested to join the Halaqaat asking Sharla to make her way into the masala those of you who are not in sha Allah

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start

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Sharla to move towards the exits

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Smilla hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah while he or sabe he was salam ala my Limni may info no and finally my LinkedIn I was in a memorable al Amin La Mina Allah the curricula are shook Rica was sneaky Berta tick

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and my bad

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that hamdulillah we've come to the story now of Musa Anil Hodder Allah Hema Salaam and this the start at is 60 so this is where we at

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and the I A previous to it.

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It's where Allah azza wa jal says that

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and he points the attention of the Mexicans who are listening to these ideas and anyone who's rejecting the eyes of Allah azza wa jal laces with Al Quran Alekna whom we've destroyed these villages in these towns when they transgressed and we had made or given an appointment, a set appointment to set a date for their destruction. And then Allah azza wa jal starts talking about Musa alayhis salam, as if to talk about two types of dates. The first type of date is that state of destruction

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that is set for those who displease Allah azza wa jal, an appointment. The second is an appointment for those who please Allah azza wa jal, which is going to be a meeting between Musa and another.

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So that is also a set date or a set appointment.

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And Allah begins it by saying what if Carla meaning with code if Carla meaning remember and or mention will move, set live data to His servant Lebra who I will continue to work I'll continue to travel I will not stop hatha yoga mat Jamal vahini until I will reach the point where the two seas meet

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our Umbria Hakuba. Or I will travel for ages and ages.

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And here before we give you the background of that story, I want you to focus on how Allah azza wa jal tells that story. Because a lot of the details are missing.

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Who is this person? Why is Musa heading to meet him?

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The place? Who is this person who is with Musa

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A lot of the details are missing. And you may have if you have an inquisitive and curious mind, start saying to yourself, but I need to know about this. And I need to know about that. And I need this detail in that location and this person. And Allah is not telling you but rather his lies telling you what

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don't ask but focus on what I'm showing you on what I'm telling you. Don't ask until I tell you and don't ask about what I do not tell you. And then you say to yourself, but I cannot be patient and I must know.

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And Allah tells you what did other ask Musa to do in the story?

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What did he asked him to do?

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Don't ask until

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I tell you.

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So you are asked in the Quran repeatedly. Don't ask until I tell you. And if I don't tell you something, don't focus on it. Because there is no benefit in it. Otherwise Allah would tell you about it Allah would include that detail. So if you find yourself in the stories of the Quran, drifting away from the focus of the Quran, to mind are incidental things that really are inconsequential. Bring yourself back to what Allah is saying rather than what Allah is not saying and focus on the story itself and the detail itself and don't deviate from it. And don't lose your patience. Because Allah is teaching you in this story, not to ask unnecessary questions until Allah

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tells you what benefits you

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All right.

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So, with Karla Mosley Fatah, he tells his servant

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now what is the background of this story? The background of the story is in the Sunnah.

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And the Sunnah tells us that he la Salatu was Salam said that Musa one of those days stood and he gave a hotbar, a sermon to Ben who is raw ale. And it was such a moving and touching sermon that people were affected and they started to cry.

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And then when he finished, somebody asked Musa alayhis salaam, he said, Is there someone more knowledgeable than you on the face of this earth?

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And Musa alayhis salam said, No.

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Musa alayhis salam said no meaning who's the most knowledgeable?

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No, he's saying is there someone more and more knowledgeable than you? Yeah. Musa on this earth? He said no. Meaning I am the most knowledgeable Yanni. Are you an alien? Or are you the most knowledgeable person on earth? So Musa said yes. So the Hadith says fatti of Allahu Allah he says Allah azza wa jal blamed him for that, that he did not refer the knowledge back to Allah, Allah zoldan. Meaning how do you know that you are the most knowledgeable person on earth? If you could have said yes, well, Allahu Allah, that would have worked or Allahu Alem. That would have worked, but just saying yes, as of Allahu, Allahu Allah blamed him for that. Right? And the latter, is when

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you're upset with someone you love.

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Right? Like someone who is dear to you, and he doesn't visit you. So we will say after why, like, I feel upset with that, but you're not upset with someone that you hate was upset with someone that you love, who didn't do what you expect from him.

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So, if you think about it, that statement from Musa alayhis salam that may Allah azza wa jal have this attitude

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is very minor. Right? That is, if some of us says something like that,

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Allah azza wa jal will not hold you responsible for it at all, because we say and do things that are much worse than that.

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So Allah is not holding us to that standard.

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But he's holding Musa to that standard, that even in this because you Musa alayhis salam are at such a level, that a word like that matters coming from you. So, a prophet of Allah, Allah Alayhi Salatu Salam is not held to the same standards in terms of sin and in terms of obedience. So Musa said, Yes, I am. So Allah has zodion revealed to him, no, there is such and such a person who is more knowledgeable than you.

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Meaning he knows what you do not know. He has in some areas knowledge that you do not have. So Musa alayhis salam immediately said Yeah, Allah, how can I reach him?

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How can I reach Him? So Allah azza wa jal told him that he will carry with you a fish a dead fish. Whenever that fish come back to life. That's where he is.

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Right?

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Now, Musa alayhis salam you see here in this

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area, his determination, he says, either I reached the meeting of the two C's, that's where Allah told him that person will be you'll find him the meeting where the place where the two C's two bodies of water will meet. Where is that he doesn't know where these two bodies are. You just need to travel and carry that fish with you.

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But his determination either I'll reach it or I will travel hill over at SSA hakab is a lengthy period of time at us. Or another ad and another ad and another ad meaning one an endless amount of time until I until I reach Him. So why was he so determined delis salon for that? Because he wanted more knowledge?

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He wanted to him this is so fun. If you thought it la This is a journey in the obedience of Allah has his origin, which typically today we don't initiate unless you're going for what

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was the exception maybe? Typically do we travel to obey Allah azza wa jal

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Hajj, hajj and umrah those are the ones right? Otherwise we typically don't do that. And even with our Hajin our Umrah part of it is

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tourism

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because you get to go and see sights and buy things, right? So you get to have fun with Musa alayhis salam there is absolutely no fun in this travel at all is strictly seeking knowledge. And here seeking knowledge means what the understand why the intensity of his desire. It's not about see Knology could seek it because it's intriguing. It's fascinating or Hadith I've never heard before or an explanation of it. I have not I have not heard before. So this is a desire for fresh new things. Okay, this you could have it in any discipline, physics, chemistry, math, any of it all of that could be fascinating because it's new, and you did not know it before you could travel for that. But

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the travel of Musa alayhis salam litella Bill AMI for seeking knowledge is because the knowledge that he acquires, brings him closer to Allah azza wa jal. He knows Allah better because of it. And he worships Allah had better because of it. It's not because I knew 50 Hadith now I'll know 100 Okay, what were you going to do with the 100 more Hadith now that you know, it's not the accumulation? It is, brings me closer to Allah azza wa jal. So anything that will bring him closer to Allah, he jumps out. So that's why he says, How can I reach him if he knows more, because I want to know more, because otherwise you're not understand him his determination. Why? Because if I know

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more, Allah, Allah more, I'll worship better, I'll reach him better. And I want that. So when you seek knowledge for that sake, for that purpose, you'll never get tired of it.

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So it is said to Allah Who Adam that Musa bit before he left al Hubbard, and this doesn't need to be authentic for you to learn from it. It is said that give me last advice Musa to

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give me one last advice, he says liberal Alemanni Tamela be he that he too had the therapy is to seek knowledge so that you would practice it not so that you would narrate it. Not so that you would kind of teach it and proclaim it, but be devoid of practice. So seek it so that you would do something with it rather than what memorize it so you could brag about it, or you know what I've heard today, or what I've learned today, I've learned about this. Now this is so hey, this is the Dave This is authentic, this is not this is there's an intensity or a desire to learn that just so that you can seem knowledgeable. So that's not what Musa alayhis salam is doing. So it says here,

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he says to his Fetta.

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Servant, and serve and tear, right you can interpret it as assistant you can interpret it as a disciple, someone who's with him, assisting him and serving him at the same time. And Musa alayhis salam is not rich so that he could hire someone to serve Him. This is someone who wants to be with Musa alayhis salam to serve and learn and he's not an another but you shot it noon.

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That's in the Hadith, You shall have no known was to become the leader of binnorie Surah eel and a prophet after Musa alayhis salam so you understand what he's getting from Musa right. So he's being what a disciple he's learning he's seeing. It's experiential. So use more. You should have known Joshua, son of Nun.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam, there's a hadith about him. He says num to best is Shem Sopot lol USIA. IGNOU known, Lady Asara elaborated mark this, he says the sun was never held back for anyone, except for Joshua Do you share on the nights or on the days where he marched on Jerusalem?

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So

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you Shah was the leader, right of the Israelites after Musa alayhis salam dies because Musa does not get to see Jerusalem. Right he dies before that. So you shall leads them into Jerusalem and as they are engaging in that fight, the sun is about to set and it's the son of Friday. And what follows is the night of Sabbath Saturday. So if it's if it's sets, they can't fight, they have to stop. So he prayed to Allah azza wa jal that the sun will be held back until they win. So it was held bad for Joshua, just for him, no one other. So that is the person who is with Musa alayhis salam. So he says to his the who's Fatah who is Assistant he says I will continue to travel until I reach that

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destination on the alphabet.

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Fela Marbella Majima Albania Hema, so when they reached the meeting of the two seas and they do not know that that is the place that they were supposed to find

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And I'll cover their NESEA Jota Houma they forgot about their fish. For to her this Avila who feel Buhari Sahaba it took its way or it's made its way into the sea, Saba, like in a tunnel.

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So that fish and some say it was a salted fish and as some say it's a fish that they used to eat from. Right, but it's dead. Definitely. When they reach that, it says nessa who Tahoma

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will tell you what happened and who actually forgot. So what happened is that fish came back to life. You Shah was awake. Musa alayhis salam was asleep. So Moses asleep, you share is awake, he sees the fish come back to life, jump into the water,

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and then swim and as it swims, everything that the water that is around it solidifies and it creates a tunnel.

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So the water turns into a tunnel. Okay, solid, because that is what they're going to be tracing later. So it leaves a trace. That is what sativa sativa isn't Norfolk Okay, so it goes into the water and there is a tunnel

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created with that fish. So you shall cease this. Right? And he says, I will tell Musa I'm not going to wake him I'll tell him when he wakes up. But when he wakes up, you shot forget.

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He forgets.

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So

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fella Mojo was when he passed that area. So Musa was asleep. He woke up and they continue to travel and it says they traveled that whole night into the morning until it was time for them to eat their lunch.

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He saw he said to his Fetta his servant at dinner order and give us our lunch give us our food.

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Luca de la cleaner I'm in Safari Neha nasaga Indeed, this travel of ours had made us tired. Indeed, we have an oil ham counter it can counter tiredness because of our travel this travel.

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And you can even read it muscle Ballack we are really tired because of it. So in the Hadith of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. It is He said that he did not become tired until he passed that point that he was supposed to meet other meaning throughout his travel. He did not get tired, not as tired. But when he passed that point for that half a day or so he got really tired. And the ultimate said one benefit that you can take for this is that as long as you're doing what pleases Allah Zoda, Allah has his 230. So you do not find as much fatigue, meaning if Allah wants you to do with something charges you with something he assists you, either America law be che in Akali.

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But when he passed that point, then the assistance of Allah azza wa jal stopped because he's supposed to come back to its that is why he became tired. By the way, something that we forgot to mention, so that again, to emphasize the resolve of Musa alayhis salam, how long did he walk? How long did he travel? Where is this measurement all behind? We don't know where they these two seas meet? We don't know. But they speculate. The speculation is only useful just for you to imagine the possibility of how far Musa may have traveled. They say it's in Armenia.

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They say it is at the point where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic,

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but the cross into Spain,

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Allahu Allah. Right. But I want you to imagine where Musa alayhis salam was he was in the vicinity of Egypt, to travel all that way to the tip of Africa or to Armenia or to any other place that Allah Azza talks about. It is not a short trip.

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It's not like it's a day or two. They traveled for a very long time. And he was determined, like it does not matter how long it's going to take me. I'm going to continue to travel and you're talking about the resolve of Musa alayhis salam, right, that he is going to do this and he is going to do it. So

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they got tired, right? And there are kind of minor benefits right in almost every area. But one main benefit here is that if if someone is a servant of yours, or dyadic, meaning a son of yours or someone it is alright to command them to give you something and that does not violate

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It does not violate

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the command or the recommendation of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam not to ask people for anything. So you can ask you some give me this or you can ask your wife give me this or you can ask him your employees do that for me, right? Why? Because you have that power over them and does not negate the fact that it's recommended not to rely on other people. One other benefit that you can take for this is that it is not the Sunnah of the prophets of Allah that if you travel that you travel without food, as some right who believe that true Tawakkol and it's not they prove leave that truth or what cool is what? Leave but don't take any food with you just trust Allah has zoton Right? Allah will

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provide somehow leave without money, leave without food, leave without planning leave without water. Somehow if you truly truly trust Allah, you will find water along the way. You will find food along the way right? Otherwise you'll be trusting the food with you here. Musa traveled with what food and you're not going to have more Tawakkol then Musa alayhis salam we learn from them how to trust Allah azza wa jal so it's insanity. Right? And it's against the Sharia to travel without food and then rely on people's donations. Right.

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So, in response to this,

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you share says Colorado Atia is away in the Sahara. For in Nina see to loot? He says, do it. This says our ADA he says, Can you imagine what happened to me? That's what it means. Can you imagine my situation? He's expressing

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disbelief in a sense, like how could I forget it? Could you see what happened to me that when we rested near that rock, I forgot about to tell you about the fish? Meaning that how could I forget about it? But I forgot about it. And Subhan Allah Allah wanted that. And in the Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari he said that Musa told you sha Allah Hema Salam, he says, la Oka live hookah Illa and to be Ronneby MD sama. He says I don't want you to do anything except one thing, which tells me about this fish when it comes back to life. That's the only thing Hala maca left the Illa Sera, he says he only asked me for something simple.

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And he forgot. But that's Allah's destiny. Right? Right. That's Allah's destiny. It had to happen this way that they had to travel to that destination, miss it, and then come back. And that sometimes tests your result because you say, Why did I have to miss it? Why did it have to be so complicated? Why you submit to Allah has,

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it had to happen this way, for a reason that Allah Zoda knows. Maybe Allah wants to increase your reward in the process, teach you something along the way, or test your patience and resolve and trust in Allah xojo Yeah, you missed it. But now you know where it is. So come back to it. So he said, I forgot about it Wilma and Sandy who Illa shaytaan Who on earth Cora? He says all the shaytaan made me forget about it. Does it say how did the shaytaan made him? Forget about it, it says by distractions. Otherwise, how would you forget about something like that, which is you're traveling for its sake. And you see a fish come back to life which is according to what is written

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used to eat from it.

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And it comes back to life that's definitely something that you will remember. But the shaytaan distracted him so much with this and this and this and that, that he actually forgot for about half a day or more.

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And he says what the others are below fill Buhari algebra marvelously. Right. In an extraordinary fashion. He went into this or 20 into the sea.

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So part of Eddie come Hakuna. nubbly he says this is what we wanted. And he was not upset Alayhis Salam with his servant with you show how can you forgot it had to happen? But he says this is what we wanted. That's the sign that Allah azza wa jal gave to him for that the Allah 30 Hema Kasasa. So they went back, tracing back their footsteps until they came to that spot. And then when Musa alayhis salam comes and sees where that fish

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jumped into the sea. He traces where it swam because as we said, it is what like a tunnel until he reaches the point where I'm holier than thou his Salam was sleeping. And it says here for what your abdomen Eva Deena so they both found abdomen a bed in a servant of ours. attina hora Mehta min Indiana we've given him a Rahima immersi from us or alumna whom in Laguna Elma and we taught him from us a lot. We taught him from us a lot.

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And we, before we explain this idea in detail, will tell you what the Hadith of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says about that encounter.

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So his name is Heather. Right? And we don't have a lot of details about him but his name is Al Hodder and an authentic hadith. He says in the Mercer meal healthy rule how the Euro okay, you can say I'll hit the oral health there. He was named I'll hit the oral header because he wants sat on a barren or a dried on a barren land or dried grass. Right. Yellow grass followed by EU law. It's called Halifax does that mean Alfie hardraw It became after he sat on it green.

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Right. So he sat on something that was yellowish grass, meaning dead right? After he sat on it, it became what? Green. So his name is attached or is linked to green. However, because of that, that's where his name comes from. So when Musa alayhis salam found him. He was lying down on his back and he had covered his body with a cloth from his feet to his head and he's covering his head with it. And he's just lying. So in Musa knew that this is the man I'm supposed to talk to. So he says Sarah Marie Comey says a Salam aleikum to him

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and then other lifts the cloth off his face and he says one or the other because Salam here is he says where to find that greeting in this land. But no one knows the screening in this land. Who are you?

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He says I am Musa.

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He said Musa ibn usara eel Musa of Benu Israel. He said yes.

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So he says What brings you here?

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And then he says, Alright, what will follow? What brings you here? He says, I came to learn from you.

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So here the idea number 65 ferwerda. Abdomen a burden. That designation of abdomen a burden is a phrase from Allah azza wa jal to allow other than whenever Allah wants to praise someone, what he what does he call him? A servant of ours. So Allah is praising him without giving him a name here but Allah is praising him that this is a truly a servant of ours, pleasing to Allah azza wa jal, it no matter mean, India we have given him mercy from Us. And some of the older men referred to this idea to indicate that Aloha there was a prophet. And we'll talk about this insha Allah after we finish the story, his story whether he was a prophet or not, and what this means. So they use this

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that we given him Rama from us as evidence that he's a prophet, or alumna who and we taught him in Laguna Ilma, we taught him from us a lot of knowledge. So it means what this knowledge that he has, is from Allah azza wa jal, it's not learned.

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Because there's Lampman knowledge that is earned that you practice that you acquire, but this is directly from Allah xuejun. Right. And that's why he knows why what he knows Otherwise, he wouldn't be able to detect the secrets or uncover the secrets that Allah has zoodle had enabled him to which Musa had no access to, right. And that's why Mila Duna from us directly, right? So this is privileged knowledge, and its knowledge of what is secret.

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So, Musa alayhis salam then asks him, call Allah Who Musa hell attribute Oka Allah and to eliminate Mima or limiter Rasheeda.

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Musa asks him Can I follow you? Right? So that you would teach me a knowledge that you have that will guide me to Allah's pleasure?

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I let that be your again i so this is he seeking his permission. So who is better Musa oral Hodder

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Musa?

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By far Musa is better even when we say Qatar is a prophet of Allah azza wa jal still Musa is better. On average, not on average, really? Who knows more Musa al Hadi Musa?

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Who is better Musa yet because he knows that he has knowledge that he wants to get from him. He's very humble, like a student. Can I follow you? Do you permit me to follow you? Right? Even though he's better he's hired to permit you to follow you so that you could teach me from what you have been taught a knowledge that is rushed, which is a knowledge that guides to hail

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to goodness to righteousness. So that is the purpose of that knowledge you will teach me something that will take me to whom?

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Allah azza wa jal that's what I want from it is not just simply increase my knowledge, increase my me and knowledge that takes me to Allah azza wa jal. So you do permit me to follow you.

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And

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they are in the Hadith till the Prophet alayhi salam tells us that we'll have the replies and he says, Isn't it enough for you that you have a Torah? And whatever Allah, Allah Allah had revealed to you? And then why do you want what I have? Don't you have enough with a Torah and whatever Allah has taught you? And also he said to him in another part of the Hadith or another, now another narration of the Hadith, he says, you have knowledge that Allah has taught you that I do not know. And I have knowledge that Allah had taught me that you do not know meaning why is it that you want to learn from me? But Musa insisted that he really want to follow you? And I want to learn from you.

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So he told him, Allah in the canon, testator Yama, your sobre

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he said, You will not be able to be patient at all with me.

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Learn to study I'm a sobre meaning at all. You will not be able to be patient with me. Okay, photos video LM LM to hit Behera. And how could you possibly be patient with something that you have no knowledge of?

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No full nog full grasp of you will see things that will not make sense to you. So he's not criticizing Musa alayhis salam he is saying that patience in such an instance is not possible. No one can do it. Right. Meaning if any one of us were to find himself in that situation, you will not be able to be patient. And that tells you one of the benefits that that tells you is that the more knowledge that you have about a situation, the more patient you can be. Right? But if you like it, you can be patient. So Musa Musa, who is among the top prophets of Allah, Allah hemos Salatu was Salam whose patience is unparalleled, because if you ever to doubt Moses, patience, consider who

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took down Pharaoh,

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who stood in the face of Pharaoh.

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Musa Ali's. So you never question Moses patients with a call that is saying that you cannot be patient. And however, how could you ever be patient, when you're not going to understand what is happening to you, because you're going to as a person, as a human being, you're going to employ your rationality to whatever you are seeing, you're going to employ the knowledge of the Shetty AI that is revealed to you in whatever you are seeing and whatever you're going to be seeing will break all of that will contradict all of that, how could you be patient and reserve judgment and not question any of this?

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So he said you will not be able to be patient as if he is trying again to dissuade him not to convince him not to right.

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Carla, sir Thank you, Tony insha Allah Who Saburo wala RC the camera he says you will find me by the will of Allah insha Allah patient, and that will not disobey you. If you command me I will not disappoint you. So that was Moses intention, you will find me patient with you. I will keep your companionship, right. And you will find me to be patient.

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And he remember he said when we talked about insha Allah to always include in sha Allah in future proclamations, this will happen in sha Allah, I'll commit to this in sha Allah because there is baraka in it. So Musa alayhis salam remember that and he said, I will not disobey you. Right? So he said, call for any tobacco attorney, for that attorney and che in his or her data come in who they call. It says, If you were to follow me, then do not ask me about a thing.

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And don't object to anything. Until it'd be me who mentioned that to you? Until I explain it to you, or give you an answer. Don't ask and don't object. Right.

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And one may ask himself, you know, why did he put such a condition on him? Right?

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And that is Allah Who am I teach Musa and teach us

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a very important lesson about holding judgment and questioning your thoughts before you rush, and you criticize before you rush, and you declare or you denounce that there are things that are hidden that require further contemplation from you. So for Musa alayhis salam, it is to show him the limits of what he

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He knows, compared to the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal for us to show us that whatever Allah does, and we don't understand, there's a reason.

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Whatever you see in this life, and you fail to comprehend, there is a reason so hold judgment, and benefit and learn from these stories. So yes, you're not gonna understand it. But Allah wants to see your patience. Will you be faithful and believe in Allah azza wa jal until such a time that Allah tells you why it happened. You see, you're not going to understand it now. And then it could be in some cases terrifying, but you're not going to understand it now. Where is your iman? Until Allah reveals it? Do you do you trust a new belief? And that is the point where people falter and fail. That's where we fail. Why did this happen to me? I don't understand. Yeah, it's the same scenario.

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Why did I lose that job? I don't understand. If I got this job, I'll be so much better, I'll be happier, I'll have money, I can do this. I can do that. Why did I not get into that college university? Why did not have this and that in life, because if I had it, I could do this, and this and this. And now I you don't understand. But you take that understanding as lack of wisdom,

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and lack of purpose, and chaos.

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And you object to it. And Allah is telling you do not object until I show you. That's the lesson that is there. And Musa alayhis salam is being taught that lesson. Right? And they say you allow our limits also to show the limits of mooses knowledge, and that it's not a condition of being a prophet of Allah azza wa jal that you should know everything.

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Right.

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That is if we say that this area of this surah was also referring to the time and we discussed that, and we said that it is weak. But even let's assume that it's actually true that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. He said, I'll tell you about the answer tomorrow. And he did not say insha Allah and Gibreel at a Salam was late 20 days or so. Right? And then the disbelievers said, if he was a prophet, He would know about this. So Allah azza wa jal wants to show what that even a prophet of Allah, who is Musa alayhis salam will not know everything, unless Allah teaches him. So there could be a connection between the two.

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So don't ask me about anything until I explain it to you. So there was the condition between them from tilaka. So they set forth they walked, how long what directions we do not know what the Iraqi Buffy Safina jihad, aka when they boarded the ship, he put a hole in it. And it tells us in the Sunnah, that they reached one bank of a river or the shore

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and the people who had that ship they recognized of whether they sail Abu Saleh this pious man come we'll give you a ride for free for you is free because that's that's their livelihood, but for you, it's going to be free. So they took Musa and they took another we don't know what happened to you Shah? By the way, is he with them or not? We don't know. Right? But he's not mentioned in the story. So the board that ship and while they're on the ship, right a bird comes and does says that in the Hadith, a bird comes stands on the ship, and you know, takes few drops of water and allow the turns to Musa and he said, My knowledge and your knowledge compared to the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal,

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right, is, is nothing compared to what this bird had taken from the sea or from this river. That is, how much did he take?

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insignificant amount? Does it present to him in perception? does it decrease the water? Not at all. So he's saying that my knowledge, everything that I and you know, does not take anything from the knowledge of Allah Azza that it is nothing. So again, the emphasis is about him.

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It's about in how much of it is useful? How much of it may not be useful, because if you have so much of it, and you think that you know, it becomes tyrannical, rebellious, like the people of the book, they say we have the knowledge of the Torah. Right? And if whoever has the knowledge of the Torah has a lot of knowledge and they use that to oppose Muhammad Ali Salatu was Salam. That's harmful knowledge. Right. So actually, a knowledge that is imagined that a person could learn the Quran and it could harm them.

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Yeah.

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Right. Yeah. A person could learn the Hadith and it could harm them. So what are you doing with this knowledge? Right? Because if you're not doing it for Allah sake, it will harm you.

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So, it has to be for Allah sake and you have to use it right. So, so while on the ship right that bird and that you know,

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description of knowledge of Allah azza wa jal to their knowledge, and then he goes to one of the planks of the ship, and he breaks it he removes it.

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And Musa alayhis salam says a hawk to her little cricket Allah did you make a hole in it so that they will drown mean it consequently they will drown Luca Geeta, che and imra you have done something grave.

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Musa was shocked

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because he had in the Hadith it says, people had honored us by taking us for free, right taken us for free and you repay them by causing that defect in their ship, the source of livelihood and they could drown because of it. Indeed, this is something gravely heinous that you have done so much Musa couldn't hold himself and he commented, then Allah says Allah Allah ma Kolinda canon Tata sobre, Did I not tell you that you will not be able to be patient with me?

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So Musa Allah, He said kala to active ni B minor C to Allah to HC Neeman amnioserosa. He says, Don't

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Don't blame me because of it. Because I forgot. Because this is I forgot he genuinely forgot. It says Don't blame me or hold me responsible for forgetting. And don't overwhelm me in this matter. All right. Don't make it too difficult for me. By being too particular. Forgive me this time.

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For this time, forgive me. I know I broke the condition between me and you. But please forgive me that because I forgot that is the gist of what he's telling you. Don't hold me responsible for it. I forgot. And don't overwhelm me with blame, but forgive me.

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So he overlooks it. Fala Fanta la ka Hatter either Latvia gulaman *a tele, he says then they walked How long did they walk? We don't know.

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Until they came across Finn people. And he found a boy.

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And he killed him.

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Right? And it says in the Hadith that the boy was was playing what can or will do? He was beautiful.

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Like he was a handsome boy. So I want you to imagine this scene to understand the reaction. Just walking you you walking with a toddler. It doesn't matter. Whatever promise you made. You walk into into whether it had been one to five days, 10 days, whatever, right? You made this promise. I don't know how long ago and you want just just kind of casually into a village into a city you find kids playing and he goes to this one really beautiful, cute kid. And he goes to him and it says in the Hadith he held him by the head and he plucked his head out

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facciola What's your reaction

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was gonna be quiet. Who? That is difficult to understand what Musa was facing right when this happened. Right? Like this handsome, cute little kid. And that's why he said Alcatel teknaf cinza Kia did you kill a pure soul? Meaning he did not reach puberty or maybe about but pure soul is not sinful.

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Bira enough's and he did not commit anything to require that killing right? I mean, even if he was a kid and he killed someone, he's not going to really be responsible for it like an adult. But he just wants to emphasize that he didn't do anything to deserve it. And he is pure. Naka Geeta, che and Nakara you have done something reprehensible and that criticism is more severe than the one before it. Well lo alum others two other scholars have said the reverse said they say no the first criticism was severe they say because in this the first criticism a lot of people could drown in this criticism only one

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you know could perish the others other than buffer searing the so it No it's the opposite because in the first Criticism The could drown but they could fix the ship. But this one definitely a person died. Right? So I'll have this as caller I'm a collector in a cannon to study I'm a Sabra Did I not tell you so there's the addition of liquor? Did I not tell you that you're not going to be able patient to be able to be patient with me? As as if the hardware is telling him Did I not tell you directly to your face? That's what it's like. Remember I told you to your face directly to you. You're not going to be able to be patient with me. And you still you object? So called the insult

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you can stay in bed the fella to saw happening

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He says if I asked you about anything after this, don't give me as a companion, cut by luck the MILA duniya mudra you have reached the limit from me, that would excuse you. If you reject my companionship meaning I cannot blame you anymore. But by luck that you've reached the limit with me that I said, I mean, I broke my promise once. I forgot twice. And now the third time, if it happens a third time.

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We'll part ways. And Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said in the Hadith, he said, lower did not and the Husaberg he says we, we were paid, we would wish or I wish that Musa would have been patient. Right? And he would not have put that limit on himself. We're lacking the holster here. But he was shy.

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He felt that he was a burden now. Right? He couldn't like a promise and they broke the promise twice. He couldn't burden this man anymore. That is if I cannot for a third time, then that is out of shyness out of higher I'm gonna leave that so he put that condition now tell her that he put that condition about himself. And he's a Latos holophone tilaka ha Takahata either at a locker yet in so that then they set forth until they've come to a city or a village and it could be both it stopped I'm a Lucha the asked its people for food for about AUD for whom they refuse to give them food. Right. So why did they ask people for food because they do they needed what to eat means they ran

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out. Musa Anil Hubbard, they ran out of food, they had nothing, nothing to eat. And so now they are in a new place

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in their travel, and they have no food. So it is halal for them to ask for food. And it's an obligation on that city, or that village to provide for the guests because that is the norm. And in fact that is true in Islam, the norm and Islamically if you have a guest and there are no means for them in that city or village, there are no hotels, there are no restaurants.

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You are the one who's supposed to host them three days. Right? So here, they're asking people can we have food as guests? That's the right.

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They refuse to give them any food and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the Hadith. He said what can what Allah creating the aroma? Right? They were stingy.

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Right? They were not nice. They will not kind the people of that city or village. They're not kind, Stingy. So when two went went and no one wants to give them any food, and someone have commented and he said if you want to see the value of the dunya in the eyes of Allah azza wa jal consider that Musa and allow that Allah Hema Salam had to ask for food,

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to see that Allah in the end to see that it's worth nothing in the eyes of Allah xuejun. Right. But that the righteous, the very top, go hungry, and they don't have enough and they have to ask, and the rich right who own the world could be nothing in the eyes of Allah azza wa jal so just to see the value of the world that they had to ask. And that by the way, tells you something else, which is that in the story that they weave around the ladder and are on the Olia of Allah azza wa jal, they perceive of the Wali as someone who if he does not have food is just springs out of nowhere. He takes sand and it turns into food. He you know, gestures to something and it turns into food. Here.

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That's not the case. If a lover was considered to be at the top of the villa of Allah azza wa jal for some people, he asked for food, that means that he has no capacity to find food on his own. Otherwise, why would you ask for food? You with me? Right? Because it will not be permissible for you to ask if you can find. So if he can find, why would he ask it means he has no access to food and the what do you have Allah azza wa jal or a prophet of Allah Zota doesn't have this, you know, extremely intrinsic innate ability to create food. If Allah gives it he has, but otherwise he goes hungry, right?

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So they wanted for them to be hosted. And he wanted food from them, but they refused. For God, if He had udara the Wi Fi, they found a wall that was about to collapse. you redo a cover for our karma. So he held it up, he fixed it. And it says in the Hadith, he just swiped over it. And how did he fix it? Simply by doing what? Wiping over it, it came back erect, stood up, back again is not going to it's not going to fall for our karma. So Musa alayhis salam said what Hi Lucia Lee edge Iran is

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says if you if you you could have taken something bad for this task. Because we are in what we need what to have food to eat. So rather than do this for free, why couldn't you have negotiated

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some fee so that we could eat? And that is very reasonable because otherwise we're like why do it for free and it's permissible by the way to take a fee for what you do. I'm a newlywed, right, your own actions what you build your labor, it's permissible. So like Why could you not have done this so that we would find food to eat? Ha ha Rockhopper in a obey Nick. So according to the condition he says this is the point where we depart. I will tell you what you could not be patient with. I'll tell you what you found difficult and had escaped your patience.

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So he says a massive unit of again at Lima Sakina Yama Luna feel Buhari, it says As for the ship, it was for masa keen poor people. Right? So yes, they will for but they own that ship. So they used to use it for income. Yeah MeLuna filbur Hurry right. They use it right to transport people on water for order to an arriba I wanted to create a defect in it to again our our home medical Yehuda Kula, Safina Tomasa. And ahead of them was a king who confiscates illegally unjustly, every ship that he sees Alright, so I wanted to create a defect so that he would leave them alone.

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Right. So that's the one what a man William, right. What a man forget about our homework meaning he says as for the boy All right, his parents are believers they have Iman for her Sheena, we are afraid or you can also translate it we hated that right? So she in the beginning he's talking what I and Allah oxygen right? Because Sheena, or you could sue to say we were afraid or we hated that, uh, you hit a homer to Rianne and Roku fraud that he would exhaust them and overwhelm them with rebellion and disbelief.

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The hadith it says Alia Salatu was Salam, that that boy, okay is a disbeliever he will grow up to be a disbeliever. That's how Allah azza wa jal created him. That's his destiny, He will reject Iman. And that if he were to continue to grow up

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and become a young man and then an adult, what will happen to him to the parents, they will be overwhelmed with his ingratitude so he has rebellion. So he will hurt heard them, not listen to them, he will go against them, and also overwhelm them with disbelief, meaning either exhaust them with so much disbelief coming from his side, or lead them to disbelief because they love him.

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Right. So parents can influence their children, but children can also influence their parents. So either that he will trouble them so much, that would be so overwhelming for them, or that he will lead them to disbelief. So Allah so Allah, so he says for Alagna, so we wanted that, that AUD the hamara Buma that Allah there Rob will replace them there was someone who was Haile Amin, who is a cat and purer than he is what acaba Rama and more merciful than he is. So in two things in his relationship to them. Right? He will be kinder and more merciful, and with Allah has zoton his pure So is he is not a disbeliever

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what MLG Daro for Kalevala mania teaming in if in Medina as for the wall, it was for two orphans in the city, we can attack the Hawkinsville Lahoma and there is a treasure that was buried underneath it. What can abou marsali her and their father was righteous for our Adora Buka so your rub is speaking out to Musa alayhis salam he's referencing his Rob meaning now notice the care of your rubbed now yet you understand the hidden

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wisdom behind whatever done so you'll rub wanted,

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that they would reach maturity when they are strong and extract their the treasure out of Mercy of Allah azza wa jal and then he says at the annual Mirtha alto who an emery I did not do it based on my own judgment that alligator aluminum does the Allah He sobre This is the interpretation and the explanation of what you could not be patient with.

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And notice if you if you cannot speak Arabic here in the beginning

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And when he said

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in is 78, he said to stop there.

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And it is 82, he says just there, right. And the difference between them is that the more letters you add, the more difficulty it conveys. So the Stata is something that you require energy to be paid to be able to do tasks that is easier. Meaning after I explained it to you, it's easy to understand now all the things that you did not understand. So it's easy to be patient with it. That's what that signifies just one missing letter from there to here. Now patience is easier, right? Because now you understand my explanation of why I did what I did. Right? If you want to see some of the patient, it's some of the benefits in the Acts of other Alayhis Salam and we will talk

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about him his being Prophet.

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The first the first incident of what he did to the Moroccan the poor people, it is

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doing the lesser of two evils. And you could take that principle from there if the caribou or Hatfield Mifsud attain our full mandala thing. Why, because removing a plank from that ship is harm or not, it is harm, but there is a greater harm. So you would commit in 10 places and times when nothing else is available the lesser harm to prevent the bigger harm, even though he did not request their permission for this, but that was the guidance of Allah zoton He gave him permission. So committing the lesser harm to avoid the bigger harm. And that is a great principle in Sharia write a great principle and surely, if you understand it, then you will understand a lot of the wisdom of

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Sharia. So he's showing this in action, and Malala will Fergana ABOA, whom I mean, here, they will be tested with the thing that they love. And someone may say to you if this boy was going to be a disbeliever? Why give it to them to begin with, and not give them the good son or the good daughter without having them having to pass through this having this son and having them die and having him be killed and the agony and all of that? And what is the answer to this? In addition to the fact that you submit to Allah as origin and his judgment, you don't question it. But will they become better parents because of this loss or not?

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Yeah.

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Right.

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How?

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Because if they are patient, Allah rewards them for it.

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And losing a child, right? Is something so if they can be patient with that, Allah elevates him because of it. And you don't know how positively it will affect them. The next time they have another child. So now they will be ready and better equipped, because they are better believers. So Allah azza wa jal tests to elevate. Right.

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And the last one here, what made you total Fergana, liquid Armenia tea mainly filled Medina was two orphans in the city. What is the thing that preserved them? Or preserve that treasure? For them preserve that money? And think about it to what would have happened to that money? If he just loved that wall collapse?

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What would we say about the people in that city or village? Yeah, the non nice, right? There are stingy, if they were to find that treasure, what would happen? They would take it all they would leave nothing. So what is the thing that is coded in this ayah that preserved the money for these children? What kinda whoo hoo, musalia? Yeah. Okay. And their father was righteous. Right? But he's not there to you. He's not there to save them. He left it, but he's not there to take care of them. Who is there to take care of them? Allah is. That's why when you're worried about your children, and sometimes you think I have to commit to haram to save them. You're actually doing the opposite.

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You're condemning them with the Haram that you're doing? Because Allah azza wa jal if you earn Halal Allah will take care of them on your behalf. If you are righteous, Allah will take care of your son and your son they say, up to seven generations, Allah azza wa jal knows. But at least the immediate family when you are righteous, Allah azza wa jal, even when you're not there, you're busy at work. And by the way, I'm not calling for neglect or I trust my children, it doesn't matter the Internet open or do whatever you want with it, because I trust them. That's naive and foolish. What I'm saying about that sometimes, you can't be there. Or Allah azza wa jal takes you away from this life,

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and they're on their own

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on and you think that they are alone, Allah as though it is there. And Allah azza wa jal send someone like Musa and other to assist these orphans out of nowhere and they will probably not know that Musa another word there. But Allah knows. So if you really want to take care of your family, take care of her Allah loves and Allah will take care of what you love. Right? You will see Subhanallah like in these

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incidents, the 123, that the first one. And this is, by the way, an HD had to try kind of to understand the categories of these examples. One is about a test or a fitna that comes from what you fear.

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Because you are afraid of a king who will confiscate overpower you. So that's fear. So you could be tested from fear.

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And here Allah as it is showing you that he could protect you from it.

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Right? The second one, you are tested from something that you love,

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the thing that you love, could destroy you, which is your child. Right? That child would have destroyed them. Yet Allah saved them from him.

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So sometimes what you love could destroy you. So you could be tested with what you love. It could be a spouse, it could be a business, right? Anything. The third one is a mix. Because now you worry, it's something that you love, but you feel what's going to happen to it.

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And Allah also could take care of that.

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And so the theme that runs through this, Allahu Allah, if you want to tie it to the people of the cave, was hobbled calf, is that when you submit to Allah and rely on Him, He protects you. Right? So you see a theme running through all of this? Well, lo LM is that all of these incidents are Allah's protections, the first and the second and the third.

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But it's not

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easily visible. There's something in the background. And that's why when Musa alayhis salam, why couldn't he be patient? Because he could not understand the background, the present the future, what's going to happen to it, this was not revealed to Musa alayhis salam, his reaction is normal, according to his own Sharia to what Allah had taught him, his reaction is absolutely normal. This is how you're supposed to react. Well how the knows things that Allah had taught him.

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And because of that, he's able to do this, right? Otherwise, it'd be all be impermissible. Why would you go and kill a child? Right?

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Now, let's comment on the issue of whether being a prophet of Allah azza wa jal, or simply a warrior of Allah azza wa jal.

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So the scholars disagree here. All right. So some scholars say he's a prophet of Allah azza wa jal for sure. And some scholars, they say, No, he's just the word of Allah because we have no evidence that he's a prophet. So the evidence that we have that he's a prophet can be picked from here and there, there's not a clear statement. So the evidence that we can refer to is when he says, Why am I allowed to who and Emory he says, I did not do it based on my own judgment, meaning that it has come to me from Allah azza wa jal. So I'm going to present the argument of those who say that he's a prophet of Allah as origin, right? So he says, If he says, I did not do it of my own judgment, then

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who taught me then Allah azza wa jal taught me. So Allah taught him, how did he teach him if he was only? Simply an inspiration that comes, you just have a feeling that you're supposed to go and kill someone? And how do you know that that feeling is actually accurate? Because the shaytaan could be involved. So uh, when he today no matter who he is, if you feel like this boy is going to be a disbeliever? Do you go and kill him?

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Do you have no certainty that you're, you're feeling your vision, they call it cash, sometimes, like, you know, had been revealed to you that that is actually true. You know, there are some types of cash. This is kind of a mystic, mystical terminology, right? Cash meaning was something like we'd be revealed to you. Sometimes it could happen. Like, you walk in, you know, in the street and you look at someone or you say, that person is a thief. And it turns out, that's the case. You have no clue how you You knew this. Allah gave it to you. Is that possible? Oh, yeah, of course, it's possible. And you are Omarosa was famous for this. Right. So there is that, but it's not infallible.

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That whatever you feel is right. You could be wrong. So if he says if that's the case, how did he know that all of these things he felt or just this knowledge that he had is out

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salutely True, specially killing a child. So fixing a wall, okay? What's the consequences, that's fine. If you feel like fixing a wall, fix it. If you feel that you want to, you know, introduce a defect into a ship, okay, maybe we can tolerate this, because you could fix it later. But killing a child was that certainty that you could have that later on, he'll grow up to be a Kaffir. So that's what they point to. And they say, he could not have gotten this, except that it is from Allah zodion He must have been a prophet. And they, those who argue that he's a prophet of Allah azza wa jal, they also want to close the door. For those who say, not only is he a Willie, right, but the things

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that he does or did can be done again, if I'm a widow of Allah, or his family, or whatever, if this did was done, can be done again. So a person who was already Allah could have similar feelings or similar revelations, and he could do things that go against the Sharia, but dare you not object to him?

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So you could find someone who says, I'm aware of Allah xojo. Because see, they will base it on this. What do you have Allah Azza did go into a store and steal something. And he told them that this is stealing this haram he says, No, do you don't object to only of Allah? Don't you know the story of Al hada and Musa

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so what do you say to that? And say, Allah azza wa jal told Musa alayhis salam that Allah has knowledge from ALLAH go and learn from him. This person who was just stolen something

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is who? Right? And what claim does he have to knowledge and we have a Sharia, a Sharia from Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam that encompasses all of humanity, including the jinn, the Sharia of Musa alayhis salam does not extend to Al hada.

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Right. The Sharia of Musa does not extend to al Qaeda, al Qaeda was outside the Sharia of Musa alayhis salam he was not so Musa was not a prophet to al Qaeda. Right? Or a messenger to another.

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But anyone claiming today that he is not under the Sharia of Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam is what? Catherine? Right. He's a Kaffir? Because he just rejects Muhammad Ali salatu salam. So there is a very huge difference between what Al Qaeda did, and what anybody today he does. And if anyone today goes against the Sharia law, and then in the name of being a what do you have Allah Zota we condemn him, because you cannot reproduce the actions of al Qaeda. Right? That's important. Now some claim also, and that's kind of popular in some literature, that little holder is still alive.

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Right, he didn't die. And again, that is an issue of disagreement, because some scholars will say, yeah, he's still alive.

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And the fact that you say, see some scholars saying this does not mean that oh, yeah, since there's disagreement, if there's a possibility, no, it doesn't mean that.

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But we ask, Where's the evidence that he's still alive? Right. And some scholars, you know, they report about about their shakes or about their teachers. And they said, My chef said that he met a mother.

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But he met him. Right? Because the idea there is that he's invisible. But he appears to certain people and he teaches them like secrets. Like he taught Musa alayhis salam, right, this and this, and this certain, do a certain thing a certain time a certain this. And it's very fascinating, right? So some people will say, okay, manifested to my chef, and he said that he's a father. So once someone asked that chef, or is that person who made that claim? And he said, and how did he know that? That thing was

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just self identification? Meaning here I am a hugger? How did he know?

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And what if he was a jin Hee claiming to be a mother? How do you disprove that? Right? So there is no basis to the life of Muhammad Ali is Salam till today the accurate opinion, okay, is that first he died, because if he did not die, and there's really this is really a strong argument. If he did not die, and it was alive at the time of Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam. He she must have come to the prophets Allah Allah wa salam and accepted Islam and fought with him.

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He must have because it's prophets Allah, Allah was salam said about Musa if Musa were alive, he could not do except follow me.

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Moose Musa was alive, he would have to come and follow Me. So how there is alive, he has to come and follow Mohammed acela to a sinner. Nobody saw him. Right. And as far as having extended life, there is no evidence for that. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam said in the Hadith that 100 years from now, no living being on the face of this earth would be a life. That's an authentic hadith. Okay, after 100 years from now, from what he spoke la salatu salam, no living being on the face of this

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With will be alive so we have no evidence to exclude the lover from this so we say that he's a prophet of Allah and that he died

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Allah annum okay. I think that's it for the story and if I remember something Shala about it or if you do remember something about insha Allah let me know. And next week in sha Allah we begin with a story of the Carnac beanie la soldier. So if we have a couple of questions in sha Allah

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now No

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sir Hey Sir Hey

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Nancy.

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So Hey monkey monkey you let her watch Motorola watch

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Lea su

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Elisa Elisa Liesa

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no is not Elisa is not Elisa but you Shah? is not an ESA Yes, that is a different one. And I need to think about what that name would be in Arabic and English. Alicia or Elijah something like that. Alicia or Elijah, why them in immune. But your point is well taken because it's grammatically you say it is the dual fan talakad to moved. So like I watch Yanni these it's possible that is just only them to to and that he sent any Joshua back or he just sat back alone. This possibility

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now

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Yeah, totally.

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Store,

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even go to school.

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Go find that knowledge.

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And he knew he was Warren, that has to be patient, be patient. Is there a lesson we can extract that commentary?

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Sometimes

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it's not

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the fact that he's always commenting.

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Maybe not getting more knowledge?

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No, I'm not I'm sorry. The request question is that that commenter commentary is not always advisable, because that is the thing that stopped him from getting more from another story. And that is the sentiment of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam when he said, as we said, I wish that he was more patient because he would have gotten or he would have heard or encountered more wonders. So yes, especially when you don't have the full story commenting objecting criticizing

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could be very counterproductive until you have all of the facts with you. And that tells you right but like a lot of fake at the limits of knowledge that if you don't know something, hold judgment until you have know everything and then start talking about but yeah, there's a lesson in that.

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Okay, so I'm going to scan the room Sharla to see if there are any hands up Yeah.

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Now, so, the meaning of the Hadith right is so no 100 years from now, when or when 100 years from now passes no one on the face of the earth will be alive, the who is alive now. No one will ever be alive so that everybody who is alive today 100 years from now all of them won't be dead. So that tells you that that that is this generation right all of it is going to be extinct. Now

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you can show that you just love them Allahu Allah subhana Calamba hum decrescendo Allah in this stuff I'm doing now