Friday Night Lights – Lessons from the Story of Musa

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to play but hamdulillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah while it was like to send him semen cathedra shadow Allah, Allah and Allah they will actually Rica. Why should the Ramadan Abdullah Surah slaughter Abu Salam, Ra samarbejde Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah. Welcome, everybody to tonight's session of Friday Night Lights. We're joined of course by Chef Ibrahim live from Clear Lake Islamic Center, and sha Allah today we're going to be going over the story or some lessons from the story of Musa it set up. And like some of you already heard, we hope Charlotte data to benefit from all of your lessons as well. This is the Prophet whose story is mentioned the most in the Quran. And

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interestingly enough, something very interesting about the story of Musa right from the get go, is part of what makes his story so interesting is that Musa alayhis salam has the most villains of any of the stories of the prophets. So when you think of a great hero, the hero needs to have a great villain. And so if you look at someone like Superman, Superman doesn't have any villains. Lex Luthor, blah, blah, blah, but like who are you who are Superman's villains?

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Exactly. But when you talk about Batman, for example, who are Batman's villains?

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You guys don't know Batman's villains? You guys know Batman's villains. You got the Joker, you got who else got to face you've got the Riddler you've got Penguin, you've got a wide array of villains who are all very, very interesting and the story of Musa although they say that the story of Superman was built on the story of Musa the whole idea of him being cast into he wasn't cast into a river but he was cast into a capsule and all of that type of stuff.

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The story of Musa has incredible villas, of course the worst of them is fit on but then you have high man and you have PowToon and then you have a samedi and you have all of these interesting characters who appear at different times of Musa instead of story right creating all of this intrigue and so in any case, the story of Musa inshallah Allah is one that Chef Ibrahim and I hopefully and all of you in Charlotte Allah will just be

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picking or not picking But picking gems inshallah Allah from the story that we want to share Sophia open the floor, Charlotte Diallo, and hamdulillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah, it was gonna be one more that the best source to learn about the story of Musa is the Quran, definitely, of course. And if there's only the Quran, of course, the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu Salam as well. But the Quran actually presents the story of Musa in a very, extremely unique way. And every time you come across it, you and if you if you are really into analyzing especially if you're if you're really into novels, and studying novels and things like this, if you come across the story of Musa and

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several places in the Quran, you will find the what are called the marvels of the story. And you can

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you can say these details are mentioned in the Surah

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in a way that other details are not necessary. And then in a different place in another Surah.

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Other details are mentioned and you put them together, they actually make a very,

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let's say unique, coherent

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story. And but it it being scattered throughout the Quran in such a way that gives you an emphasis on what the surah is talking about. And the the subject matter of the surah. So that's in the technical aspect, but the sort of Musa is different stations, you could go over the sort of Musa on several stations when he before adulthood when he was a bit a baby and a child then when he was a young man, then when he left Egypt as a fugitive, then his time in Medina and then coming back to Egypt. And coming back to Egypt. There are two different stages in the Quran. When you read the Quran, do you think that there is no time separation, but there is huge time separation between

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these stages

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manifested by the nine the five plagues, like they say are the five trials and punishments that Allah imposed upon the Egyptians. All of this you could find that there is time there is time spaces and these stages and then

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leaving Egypt

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and then after the flood or after

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or the spirit of the sea. And after that many years in the wilderness being lost, so you could divide the story of Musa into five, six or seven stages, if you will. And there are numerous lessons in each stage. And that's what I wanted to begin with actually, because oh, what's your favorite lesson show? Not your favorite. I know you don't do favorites, but just a lesson that you enjoy from the story of Musa

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I mean, it's, don't worry, we have some amazing

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one of the things that actually I've been thinking about because story moves, I teach it every year. By the way, it's not a secret that this is a story that I've been teaching at school. And every time I teach it in a different way, for six years now.

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And this year, it was highlighted to me the fact of fear that, especially when you read through the Quran, you know, Allah subhanaw taala described the fear of Musa

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Musa was afraid when he accidentally killed the man, he became afraid.

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And he left in fear.

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Then he was afraid when, you know, he saw the snake the first time and ran. It's like the fact that he ran is really interesting, we'll come to it when there is time, actually I don't want to be. So the fear is melt is like mentioned in the Quran multiple times his fear of this snake, even though it was his stick. His fear when he saw the snakes, of like the magician's, he got weary.

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And then, when, when Allah told him to go and meet for around, he said, I am afraid that they're going to kill me. I'm afraid that they're going to.

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So he was real.

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He wasn't putting a front. He wasn't addressing his fear, expressing his feeling openly to Allah subhanaw taala. With I mean, that is when every time I read the story, and I get that I've, you know, like, well, the Casa de Walla and thoroughly sunny his anxiety, that he grew up with some, some form of anxiety that he said, I'm afraid of my chest being constricted your vehicle suddenly will rely on 30 Police, and that my tongue will not be able to express myself, I'm not going to be able to express myself. Yes, privacy law, how to show that the human nature of Musa alayhis salam really amazes me. You see his humanity? Yes, there are so many lessons from the story of Musa and

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one of them to me, is I'm just I'm not going in any order or anything like that. But one of the things that is apparent to me is

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the nature of Moses leadership and the nature of Benny a slide. So you see Benny Islam is kind of going at Musa all the time. And he tells them go left and they're like, No, or he tells them go into this city, you'll win and they're like no Musa, you and your Lord go fight like we're just not going to do what you tell us to do.

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very disrespectful in their language, obviously, you know, and sort of baccarat they keep saying, hula and Rob buck. Oh Musa Call upon your Lord as if he's not their lord to. And they keep the restricting things upon themselves. And there's an important lesson here. For me. And that is a lot of times as a Muslim community, we look at our failings and we say we just need better leaders. We need better leaders if we had a better Imam, if we had a better community leaders if we had better, better, better, better better. Sometimes it's not about the greatness of the leader. Sometimes you might just be a horrible flock, right? And Benny extra aid had wonderful leaders, they had Musa and

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they had hold on and they're like, No, we're gonna listen to a samedi instead. And we're not going to listen to you and this and that. And so, leadership is great, but leadership has to be followed as well. And so you see how I mean, and these lessons exists a lot. You see it in the seal of the province, a little light. So you know, the Battle of the province of the light is and he gave them particular commands they didn't follow and Allah Subhana Allah mentions it as a critical moment of failure. He says when you failed, the shield took 10 hours to Phil Emery will say to me, embodiment are automatically born when you fail. And this word flechette for failure appears only a few times

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in the Quran three or four. And Allah uses it here and he says he he mentioned two ingredients for failure. Then as I told Phil Emery you disputed amongst yourselves, that is a cause of failure for Families always in conflict. If it's a community that's always in conflict, look at all of the assets that exist in the Muslim community, where we can't figure out what to do with these assets.

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You build a MSJ then people want it to be a community center and people want it to be a youth club and people want it to be a place for a salon Do you want it to be for this and that conflict causes for paralysis to happen. In any case, Allah says then as to Phil Emery, so to nazzer is the first ingredient for failure, disputation amongst yourselves and the second one is Sen. Sen is disobedience disobedience to disobedience to Allah subhana died and his messenger. And the way that Islam trains us is it trains us to, to follow leadership when they are calling you to follow Allah and His messenger. And so you follow the Imam and we're feed to feed and shoulder to shoulder. I

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never forgot one time on a brother. There was a mesquite that used to have non Muslim security. And I was walking into that masjid, after, of course, the loss of Juma and these two, were talking to each other. He's like, man, you ever see how these guys spread? He was like how they pray. He's like my feet, two feet shoulder to shoulder. He was like, That's unity. And I was like, I wish he knew. That's how it's designed. This Allah is designed for that unity and the way that we're supposed to be but that's about him Jimmy Garoppolo and chatters. Allah says you think that they're together, but their hearts are separate. So my point here is that of the lessons of the story of Musa is that

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we have to train ourselves to be better followers, just as we expect better leaders as well to add to

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share Hamas point, you know many Israel actually

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they're called Benny's ROI. And at that time, they were actually the Muslim community

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of the Muslim community that happened to be,

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you know, ruled by the by the Pharaoh

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after use of other Islam, after they all left the holy dad, Palestine and went to Egypt. Now they were the idea of why Bani Israel acted that way. And not all of them were were that way. There's quite a few of them, who were sincere and honest, and, you know, wanted, wanted that freedom to worship Allah again, and be able, so they were subdued and put into slave conditions in Egypt. And for a long time, that slave conditions that subjugation caused them, you know, cause them some type of inferiority complex, whether it's inferiority complex, or you could call it you know,

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being comfortable with being a slave.

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If that makes sense. Like, we got used to this. And we when they told Musa within the entity, you know, that they manage it, and I felt when I read this idea, or was like, we, we were hurt before you came, and now we're hurt after you came. It's like, what are you doing to us? It's like, now they're blaming Musa any better? Yeah, we're not any better because he came, for example, what you like to remain slaves? Yeah, this is the point do you really like to remain slaves

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or you want to be free. And freedom means that you are free to worship Allah subhanaw taala because the Pharaoh wanted to actually enslave them to the point where they worship Him, because He claimed to be God. And so that caused them to be in trouble with someone that tells them to worship Allah subhanaw taala alone. And they had that feeling of okay, we want to

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we want to be under these conditions, because we got us comfortable being under these conditions. So when they even pass by the sea, they found people worshipping idols, and they say Musa make us an idol. Like they have an idol.

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He says, You're crazy. Allah showed you all of these signs, all of these miracles. And you know, Allah is the one who caused that to happen, and you asked him to worship an idol.

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You know, you know, those people are misguided, and you follow a misguided person. So he kept going, and it's still in them. It's still in them as Samory actually

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was a smart person. But he was like a hypocrite like, you know, an evil person in a way. And he took advantage of that feeling within benefits, right? And he said, Hey, you got all these jewelry, all this gold that you brought, which is not yours, you're not entitled. So you should burn that. So he actually loaded them into burning the gold. And

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he made a golden calf out of it. And he told him, this is your Lord. So, you know, it's like using the old feeling of being a slave at the summit. He won the election. And he between him Yeah, yeah, basically, you know, how do I told him? No, but the the the

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If the true believers were few, the rest were just confused or downright, you know?

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Like what wrongdoers

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and of course, they repented later on but the idea is I think Allah subhanaw taala with put them through four years of being lost, to renew that generation so that there will come a generation that did not live in slave conditions. That really for them, it's easy to go on with the, with the plan to go to the hollyland as Allah commanded them, so a trip a trip which was supposed to be a month. What do you ended up taking 40 years Musa they said I was so devastated that he couldn't see it. I mean, you could see that from the Hadith of the Prophet sorrows had never gone to Jerusalem he owned the Musa wanted to go, but he ended up dying a stone's throw away. Yeah, Allah, he asked Allah to

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bring him closer to so he can see the Holy Land and die there to be the last thing that he would see. But I mean, I wanted to actually

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it could you talk about Toba very quickly so that you get the sense of how difficult or how easy rather Allah made Toba for us. Yes, this is actually interesting because a lot of people come to

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to read this in the Quran. They find it difficult sometimes because they don't understand who we are. But Allah subhanaw taala there are certain things in the Sharia of many Israel aid that were made that were

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made difficult because they were

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you know, like stubborn in a way. Yeah, they were stubborn. So Allah made it difficult for them, Toba. For us as Muslims, you just feel feel remorse and make a man's

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promise not to go back to this end. And Allah will forgive you an he will accept your repentance Toba for many Israel, they have to actually pay

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you know, a hefty price, which is in this case, because they worship the calf, the golden calf, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala ordered them to one group to kill the other group, like the group that worship the idol.

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we condemned to death, to be executed. And that would be that would be their penance. That said, once they're once they're killed, they're forgiven. Allah will forgive them once they're killed.

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But that is the punishment of worshipping other than Allah because it's really, if you look at it, it's the worst major sin you could ever think of. And it's the one the one major sin that ALLAH does not forgive, except if you repent, but for a Muslim or for anyone. Now,

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if you want to repent from sin, from the sin of cloth or coco shirt, you just accept Islam and accept your shahada, and make a promise to continue to live a life of righteousness. So that is the difference between the Toba for us as the follower with Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam for the followers of Musa alayhis salam. One of the lessons from the story of Musa for me is that conversation that he has with Iran when he comes back, as you know, Musa he grew up in that, you know, in the palace of Iran. He grew up in that lap of luxury and then he sides with the Egyptian and he ends up having to be an exile. And then he comes back and further on is recounting when he meets Musa he's recounting

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to him.

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All of those blessings. I love Nura bigger fina worry that whenever the fina whatever it may be in, in Ramadan, Cassini, we raised you as a kid while the fina and you stayed amongst us for many years. And you did the action that you did. And you are from the oppressors. And Musa he says, You know, I did it when I was from those were misguided until he says, What's the net margin? Come on? No idea. And I bet 20 says and this is a favor that you're recounting to me. Like you're you're trying to show your favorites to me when you enslave the children of Israel. And I think that line by Musa resonates with every son or daughter of privilege, who has left behind a community that they belong

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to that is under siege or under

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pressure, education, subjugation, oppression

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Right. And a lot of times what the oppressor will do is they'll take a very small minority, and they will put them in the best schools and they'll send them to an Ivy League education and they'll create an aristocratic

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echelon of society that is intended to be loyal to the second one, I come on, it's a coma.

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I think there are two LVAD for agilon as well.

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but Musa they set up does not let the fact that he has, he might have relationships he might have, you know, he doesn't allow that to blind, his his loyalty. He says, you know, my father, ahem, hola. He went to Sudan, in in the 50s. And 60s, there was three high schools, there was only three high schools.

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And when he would describe these high schools that he went to, that were built by the British, it was like a university here, except it had better services in 2021. Like the they were completely pampered on views where kids were coming from villages all over Sudan. And,

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but there was such a small percentage of people who could actually get there, it was only like, point 5% of students, everybody else had no education. But those who are able to go to those schools would receive, you know, world class education. And so one time I asked them, I said, I said, Why did y'all kick the British out? Every time we hear about something that's amazing. In Sudan, you you guys say, Oh, it was built by the British. It was built by the British, the the railway system was built by the British Khartoum University was built by the British, all of these schools, they were built by the British, and they're the only things that lasted. And so he commented to me, he said,

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point 5% of us, maybe of the entire youth of the country could go to these schools, and the rest of them had no opportunity for education, what oppression is worse than that? It's like the British deserve to be kicked out. Because yes, they provided for a few of us. But the rest of us were left in the dark, the rest of us were left in poverty, the rest of us were lifted, right even. And so those people of privilege did not forget the the the oppression that their brothers or sisters are going to and it's really important that we we constantly remind each other of that even now, as you're complaining about the cold and you're wearing these, you know your your jackets and what have

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you that you remember those who have no refuge from the court right now even in Houston, right that you don't let your privilege make you forget those border privileges.

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I mean, on this, on the same conversation that took place, when Musa is that I'm showing him

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when that confrontation happened between them, between him and the the magicians, first of all, for Alan and his entourage, were the ones who brought the magicians. Musa just came. He was 10 years away. 10 years back, I mean, away from Egypt, he just came the same a month ago or something in a way and

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never met anybody except he and his brother have grown.

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And when this happened, and the magician's became believers right away, which is A by itself is a great lesson.

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For rounds answer was, which is completely defies all type of logic. All types of logic. It says in our lucky Bureau formula, the

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weather self Attalla moon, he says this is this is the one I mean.

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And this is a conspiracy say Malcolm MacArthur movie Medina, this is a conspiracy that you and the magician started in the city to kick the people out to expel its people out of their own city. I mean, and the problem is,

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none of his entourage say, you crazy. We brought these magicians, none of them said, we brought these magicians none of them they all agreed with him. And it is mind boggling. This man is completely crazy. He doesn't even there's he defies reason, a device everything even him asking for a tower to be built defies all kinds of logic.

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All of this is like yet he found people that agreed with him, no matter what he said no matter what he says. And that goes actually against all the people that claim to be following this a common sense logic.

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Reason, when reason leads them especially the liberals and the

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When reason leads them, they're all reason leads them to the fact that Allah was there. And Allah exists. They say if this leads us, we will defy that reason. They have an example in the Pharaoh and his entourage. That was Allah say first half of Omaha first half of Omaha Poway exam, Ken Coleman phacility. Yes, Allah says he belittled his people. He belittled like their intelligence. Exactly. He's like, and they obeyed him still. Allah says they were a wicked people. So the person who Allah gave you this intelligence, Allah gave you this logic, Allah gave you the ability to discern between truth and falsehood and what's right and wrong and what makes sense and what makes what doesn't make

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sense. And if you simply follow people hook line and sinker, Allah says they were a transgressive. You he doesn't say for almost obviously in other places he does. But he attributes that transgression to them. They were the wrongdoer. It shows actually, this is actually very deep for stuff. Oh, MANOVA Oh, and it's the five is not just beautiful little mint. And it's the five is like

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these guys have been agreeing with me all along. I've done everything wrong. And they still supported me. These guys mean, give them anyway. Doesn't give him any way. These guys don't mean anything to me anymore. Because it doesn't matter what I do, they will agree with me.

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They are my slaves. That's why he would dare to say that he is there God he there to say that because

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that's the type of people that actually raised him and put him there. Allah emphasize on that point that Farrar would not be that way. If it weren't for the idiots that got him there. And that really

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celebrated him. Right? And that's why throughout himself, by the way, was a weak person. If you could read that, through the Quran, you could find through the lines of the Quran, that frown wasn't that strong, wasn't that powerful, he was weak. He couldn't even kill Musa himself. Allah protected Musa definitely. But he couldn't kill me. So not only that he couldn't he couldn't kill the believer that went against him and said, Now the believer decided by Musa he was from surrounds people. He was from the Council of frown. And he said, No, don't quote, kill Musa.

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If he's telling you the truth,

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then the wrath of his Lord will be on you. If he's telling a lie, it will be on him Don't kill him for round was two weeks to even keel.

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So frown is not the person or the king that can face power. He's only powerful because of the weakness of the people under him, because of the pathetic state of the people under him. That praised him, celebrated him to the point of worshipping Him. And that actually, that disease actually contaminated the midst of Bani Israel too. And that's why many Israel suffered from this for a long time. Before they were able to get rid of that attitude or get rid of that. They say

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influence of their own on their life. It took 40 years for them to be able to bring about or bring up a generation that could actually fight Goliath and expand needed to be removed from that subject. Exactly. Right environment in that memory. Yes. So feel free to talk about medicine for a second. So the province of Masada is that.

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He travels from Egypt in exile, how to determine how hyphenator rock club, he was afraid he's looking over his shoulder. And then he gets them at the end. And the story goes that he comes across

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girls who are trying to seek water for their sheep. And there are many shepherds who are also

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what's the word? They're giving water to their sheep. They're irrigating or you're irrigate a sheep though. No, no, I mean, they're watering and they're watering them or they're watering them Yeah. Okay. So this this scene here you can irrigate with hydrating them hydrating their sheep. You can irrigate with Gator, yeah.

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So so this scene here has a lot of lessons and of course, you teaching high school I'm sure there's lots of lessons that you extract as far as right gender relations and things like that. So what do you have for us on the scene? Well, the this is the scene for gender relations by the way. I mean, this

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Stories loaded, loaded with

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lessons of chivalry, lessons of modesty, lessons of appropriateness. And you know, my students actually get really excited learning about this because then we'll tell them about marriage and the right person to choose for marriage and it's all there.

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So that's about to be a late night, the first thing you know, the first thing is, you have to understand

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put yourself in Musa shoes exhaust a little bit exhausted, maybe maybe he spent a couple of weeks between Egypt crossing the Sinai,

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desert mental fatigue to you're looking at everything.

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And I don't know how he ate. It's only by the blessings of Allah. I mean, he said, desert, what could he eat? The

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I was actually wondering how he survived the trip, except for the blessing of Allah subhanaw taala. Except actually, he also had a good upbringing. So he was strong, and he was able to endure such a journey. Now he's so tired, his shoes is torn completely. I mean, there are no shoes.

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And tired the first thing in your mind when you go to when you're so thirsty, so tired, you find a well?

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Are you gonna think of two girls standing there?

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Seriously, one of us will not even think about it, we will just go run to the water and drink from it and go to any person say can you lead me to somewhere where I can eat. I'm so hungry, so tired, and I'm running away from a tyrant. He didn't do that. And I think the reason for that is, of course, he comes from a family of decency, a family of high class, the children of Ibrahim Ali salaam, the children of his man of boob, children of his his hob, use of a setup. So he comes from a great family that honored women that respected women that to him to see women standing like this, and a bunch of men fighting over the water is out of his

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out of his mind, there's no way that he could think of this. So he sees these girls. He sees men, literally men

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fighting over the water, and these girls trying to protect their own sheep. So what they want makes the the sheep are thirsty, they will run to the water, trying to keep the sheep away from getting into the water and mixed with the other sheep. They don't want to lose their sheep. That's their probably their wealth. And then Musa Islam sees this. He forgets his hunger, forgets he's tired. The the the IRA, the IRA, the jealousy in his heart starts boiling. No way I can accept this. So he goes to the girls.

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Why are you standing here? What's the matter? Is something wrong, in his opinion,

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is something wrong? Even even raised in the surrounds palace. This was also unheard of because women in Egypt were respected in the USA and in the castle of Iran. So he couldn't accept that. So he said, What are you doing here? Why are you not?

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You know,

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do something with the water. Why aren't you being helped? They said all they said

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I'm gonna show you. So they are telling him that is not natural for us to be here is just because our father is old and cannot handle a job like this. And we're waiting until the shepherds do their business and leave so we can do it.

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And this is their normal thing, obviously.

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So he, they spoke probably two sentences. They did not prolong the conversation. He didn't say I'm Musa. Oh no, they didn't say, oh, no, he didn't say that. He didn't speak about himself. He didn't speak about himself. He didn't say anything. They the girls also were not curious to ask him.

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Who are you? You're you're a stranger. Are you okay? Can we help me? At the same time? He didn't ignore them because talking to a woman is a fitna on or off and all of that. Oh no, it didn't call you that sister in the bus stop in the dark and I'll just drive by not okay, that shows that show chivalry and also shows that Musa was surrounded by great women. His mother, his second mother and his sister. If you

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If you remember in the story, these were great women that raised Musa A Salam, his mother, who was a righteous woman where Allah subhanaw taala inspired her, inspired in her.

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And Allah gave her a promise. And she believed in Allah and trusted and if so that, that woman, the other woman, which is the best woman, among the best women of Earth, as, as the wife of the Prophet Muhammad SAW Selim said, there are four women that were completed, perfected. Khadija fought the man Asya and Marian Allahumma. Silla, what are the Allahu Anhu so

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so he was raised by great women as well surrounded by great women that taught him how to treat a woman and be appropriate with women. Besides, he was prepared by Allah subhanaw taala, to be a prophet that will lead an ummah. So he must act that way towards women, where it is very appropriate. Then he went, and they saw how strong he was.

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And in helping them, it took no time at all, he probably didn't have to deal with the, with the shepherds, he found a way to get the water to them. And then they went and they were early. The father was wondering, why are you early? They said, Well, this, I mean, they told him what happened and I don't want to prolong the story. But this is one of the things that

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we can learn from the story. You mentioned asiyah, the wife of Iran and she was obviously someone who he did was able to kill, and I just want to direct you to where Allah subhanaw taala mentioned sir, you mentioned her in school that at the end of salted Harry, for ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada he gives you strikes a number of examples. And these examples are really powerful, amazing. He says, Allah gives the example of

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Murata Lutheran were embroiled in rotten.

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Rotten or anyone brothel. Allah gives the example for those who disbelieve the wife of Northland, the wife of both Canada, the Aberdeen mean a baton Asada, hey, they were under two of our righteous servants, they were the spouses of to have registered so they betrayed him. And it was sent to them enter into the Hellfire with those who enter and then Allah gives the opposite examples, right. So you have these examples of these two women who are married to prophets. And then he gives the example of this woman who was married to a tyrant to a lot of Allah who methanol in Medina, AMRAAM Raja Rao in his car at the end database and she said, Oh, my Lord, built for you build for me with

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you a house in paradise. And it was said that she made this dua as she was being tortured by throne and his men. And the last act that was done was that a boulder was to be dropped on her body, which would eventually kill her that was be the act that killed her. And as she was being tortured, ALLAH SubhanA data showed her house in paradise. So she was smiling. Only incensing for a while and more obviously, because

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in any case, the phrasing of this, she says Robin ed in Dhaka beta to Jana, they said she chose a LGR Kubla dar that she chose, who she would be residing close to before she chose the house itself. It's like, if you're moving to a town or a city, before you go looking for the houses, you're looking for the neighborhood, you're looking for the school, you're looking for the message, right, which is the I want to people move all the time, and they're like, I want to live close to this message, right? I want to live close to this house of Allah, but she wants to live close to Allah,

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not just the house of Allah, but she wants to be close to Allah subhana data. So she says, Oh my lord, build for me with you a house in paradise. And then Allah subhanaw taala want to join me for our family here and that gentleman accommodated me and protect me from Pharaoh and his actions and protect me from the oppressive people. And then Allah gives the example of Medina Medina to Emraan. So these four examples are given. Now,

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Allah subhanaw taala gives the example of the wives of Nora and loot indicating to us that the righteousness of your of your spouse will not save you. The righteousness of your spouse will not save you, you being the children of righteous parents is not enough to save you. You being from a family of righteousness is not enough to save you. You being from a legacy of whoever it is right? That is not enough to save you.

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Your own wicked will your own wickedness will not be will not be excused because of the righteousness of family members. And at the same time the wickedness of your family members will not hurt

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RMU asiyah

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is and the wickedness of righteous, the wickedness of your family members is not an excuse for you either. Asya is married to the worst of tyrants. But she's not excused

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by the wickedness of Farrell, she has to stand on her own two feet, and she has to protect herself and she has to believe in Allah subhana data on her own. And then you have Mary ImageNet, if not the Emraan, who the lack of support, righteousness or wicked, is not an excuse for your own wickedness. And so many and a lot of times in her story, she's alone. She's, she's by herself, her, she's coming with her family, she's coming to her family, and they're not believing in her and she's she's basically accused. And so

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the righteousness of your family doesn't excuse your wickedness, the wickedness of your family does not excuse your wickedness, and you having to walk down the path alone, there's not excuse your wickedness, all of these examples are manifested in that sequence of verses,

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but not to

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downplay the effects of the environment. And the family. We do, we are actually affected by our environment, I just want to add a really thought that I just thought of it's it's not deaf SEER at all. It's not explaining the eye at all. It's just a reflection. So the wife of around was living in probably one of the best palaces in the world. You know, like it was a great civilization in the standards of, of the world. And she was living in that palace, right, and that castle.

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And she was living with a man who claimed to be God. She didn't believe in him. She suffered from his

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a tyranny. And from his,

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let's say, outrageous violation against Allah subhanaw taala. She was unbelievable. Now look, she

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the irony of it is that he claims to be God, and his wife was the first one to disbelieve in him. She was a disbeliever in Iran. She didn't believe in him. She believed in Allah,

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the Lord of Musa, the robber Musa. She led she believed in him that and she isn't. Yeah, yeah, that's reason. And she gave actually she gave

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accommodation, and help and assistance and safe haven for a baby that was destined to be the one who will destroy the God who claims to be God, that around. Now at the time of her death,

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is like that beautiful conversation between her and Allah. She says, it's like, she was always with Allah subhanaw God, she never left the thought that she worshiped Allah alone, but it was in secret. She couldn't be open about it.

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And that now she wants

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a palace and a castle with the one true God, not the will, not the palace and cat and the castle. That was with the false god that claimed to be God violated God's right to be worshipped.

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And she's asking Allah subhanaw taala to put her in a palace or in house near to her one true love, which is Allah subhanaw taala I mean, there is no way that we can question the love of asiyah

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was our hand for Allah subhanaw taala that she could sacrifice herself for Allah in many different ways. And Allah took care of her and Allah to cover all along. And like you said, Allah showed her her place in Jannah. And there is a narration that says Allah took her soul before that border even

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landed on her on the outside looking in, she lost. Yeah, right. Which the measure the measure of dunya Yeah, but that's that's important because a lot of times we don't and we we misconstrue misunderstand what the muscle of Allah is. And we think not sort of Allah means that it is victory on the battlefield as to winds that are on drowns she safe, Hollywood ending, or Disney whichever one you like, and it's not necessarily the case. Notice, many times, if not most times, is simply that a person dies upon faith, that a person continues to believe in Allah Subhana Allah continues to be firm on their principles on Iman until they pass away. And that in and of itself is victory.

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You know,

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the companion who says foodstore, Bill Kaba when he's being stabbed and yeah trade Yeah. He says I want by the Lord of the Kaaba in that moment on the outside they're like, What do you mean we want right? But this notion of of what victory is an obviously when you see that you see it outplayed or you see that it plays out on the global stage a lot, what we might consider to be loss is really Shahadat taken with Allah subhanaw taala one thing that I I'm just still jumping around is the story of Elijah. You know, something very interesting when you read sort of telegraph is that if you were to describe it to them, what would you describe him as? He's strict? He's, I guess, on point not

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interested in Musa at all. Is

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but yeah, Allah subhanaw taala and then you might even when you actually go through the story, he's you know, destroying a ship, or at least injured Elisa at least harming a ship. He's killing a boy obviously slaying boy, he's building this, this wall, and the entire time he stone faced. Yeah, Allah subhanho wa taala. When he describes him, he says, for which I've done it now, Rama 10 Min. And Dena while them now in the dunya Elma, the first thing Allah subhana data describes afflicted with his Rama, do you see Rama and the story of Elijah? Do you see this overwhelming mercy. But that also shows us something with regards to the nature of Rama itself is that we talked about a Rama and

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a number of weeks ago in the Friday Night Lights, so you can review the longer discussion there. But Rama is a mercy that allows for difficulty it allows for pain. Rama is a is a correction that allows for pain because it is the desire for goodness to reach you. And in the conclusion of the story, you see how goodness reached all of those parties, they were saved from Qing parents were replaced with a child who would actually be righteous.

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The orphans, wealth was being protected. So that was good. Even though it involved I mean, those merchants who lost their ship or their ship was harmed, it's like your car breaks down and you don't have the money for it. And you might be thinking this was the worst month of my life. And you don't know what ALLAH SubhanA data protected you from by having your car break down, and you going through that financial pain and that financial loss and that difficulty. And so the point here is that it helps us understand what it is a black man is Allah subhanaw taala has mercy that encompasses encompasses us, even though we might have to go through a lot of pain and a lot of difficulty to

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experience it.

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Well, the the story of a mother also, there's an aspect that a lot of people, when they read it, they they don't stop. What you need to do is when you read the story, well, please stop and think, don't just pass by because

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like I said, it's loaded, you really have to look into it, and go deep, give us some of that low end. And the thing is, you have to understand that

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do object to Allah subhanaw taala taking the soul of any person who ended whose life ended through the angel of death. And it was no object to that. No, right? What's the difference between and alquiler was actually, let's say a soldier of Allah basically doing Allah's command he, he's obviously a prophet, because that level of knowledge would not be earned by a woody. It has to be a prophet. He's not an angel because he a human being. He's a human being. He's not an angel. But he is a prophet, who Allah gave him a window. Not him specifically, he's just he allowed, he revealed to him certain aspects of the unseen, the unseen father.

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The hidden cuddle that you really don't know. The the Allah's plan. Allah has knowledge because Allah has knowledge because Musa in the Hadith says, I'll holler toward Musa, your knowledge and my knowledge will not decrease from Allah's knowledge is to Allah's knowledge, like what the bird take to write exactly when when the bird was, you know, picking on the the ship and yes bird came in. So it shows that it was Allah's knowledge that Allah revealed to him this type of knowledge, that this boy, this is the time for him to die and he will die

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at your hands.

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And the knowledge is that if this

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This boy would have lived, this boy would have been a trouble for his parents will actually would have

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tried his parents to the level where they may actually lose their their own faith.

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And Allah's eternal knowledge is that this boy will not go through this. And that the end result is that the parents and the boy themselves will end up in Jannah instead, because Allah when he will judge the boy, he will not judge the boy, according to what would have been.

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If he hadn't died, he would have judged him according to what he had already done, and how his life ended. That's it. So he would be in Jannah. And his parents would not be afflicted by a troublesome child.

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Alright, so the whole thing is a lesson to Musa that there is a knowledge when Musa said when Weezer was asked who's the most knowledgeable he says, I am, an Allah actually blamed him for saying this because you only got one minute is the minute is the amount of knowledge that Allah gave you. And the Torah.

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So you should refer the knowledge all to Allah say Allahu Allah all the time. So Allah wanted to show him that how there is certain knowledge that you won't be able to grasp, even as you witness the knowledge,

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you know, play out in front of you, you wouldn't grasp it, you wouldn't actually understand it as a witness and you're a prophet that spoke to Allah that Allah speaks to you could not grasp that type of knowledge. And that knowledge is a window to a certain aspects of Allah's knowledge. That would have been, I mean, simple fact is the ship,

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the ship was actually saved, it was not destroyed. If he kept the ship intact, it would have been destroyed would have been taken, it would have been taken, which, you know, the same result the owner of the ship, the poor people on the ship would have lost it anyway. But no, he just made it a little defective and that comes to the issue of I want to open up the floor inshallah Tada, we've got this rotating mic today, sha Allah so feel free to share your lessons or I need somebody to be a rotator can we get Adam to be a rotator? Adam, come take this mic.

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Adam doesn't want to take the mic. Okay. So, in the meantime,

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one of the things with regards to the Here you go, you can go give it to your brother.

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I wanted to actually before before we go ahead, I was gonna say I want to speak about one of the things that glaring in the story of Moses the Promise of Allah subhana data. So having comfort in the Promise of Allah like what you know about Allah's promise, so we didn't get to talk about the mother of Musa but the mother of

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Allah tells her, if you are afraid for your baby, then do what?

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Do the thing that is the furthest away from your instinct in the world. Cast your baby into the river.

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She's trying to protect her baby from death. That's what she's trying to do. And Allah says, Cast your baby into the river. Don't worry, we'll take care of them. Okay, I'm gonna cast my baby in the river. And hopefully that basket will take him somewhere far away from their own as far as possible. Where does Allah take him to the house of Quran itself?

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This is the worst of the worst, not that Alana. It is the worst of the worst, but yet, that's the promise of Allah. And so

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Musa, of course, does not want to nurse from anybody's.

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He doesn't want to nurse from anybody. Until finally, Allah subhanaw taala sends his sister and she says, you know, I'll tell you who will yield nurse from and then they go and his mother comes and she's reunited with her baby. But by now Musa has become royalty. And so moose says mother is hired to nurse her baby.

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mooses mother goes from her baby being a fugitive who if he is captured at any point in time will be killed to being a baby that is protected by her own and she is hired and she is brought daily to nurse her child. That's the promise of Allah

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And so when you rely on Allah for the things that Allah has promised you will I mean, every time you read the Quran, you'll find the promises of Allah. You find the promises. Actually, that same Surah Surah glucosides were revealed was revealed to Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem

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and his trip to Medina, as his people kicked him out. I mean, literally, he had to leave Mecca.

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And he doesn't know when he will be back to his beloved town.

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And he loved his trip his town.

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And Allah reveals to him the story of Musa alayhis salam and the story of the mother of Musa and how Allah

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Allah has promised is true.

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Allah has promised to so all of this is working in the prophets art. And then towards the end of the surah Allah says in the lead the follow up it can Khurana the rod Dukkha in an ad. This is the promise Allah tells him remember, I'm just paraphrasing the story of Musa and the mother of Musa Allah gave her back her baby

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as Allah gave her baby back.

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Allah will return you back to America

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and he will return you to Mecca

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So if you see how it works, the holes, stories, the stories of, of the prophets that were sent to Prophet Muhammad SAW send them most of them were in the time when he was in Mecca. Where to give him assurances

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to strengthen his heart and make him you know, understand the Promise of Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is

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just like a locker for mentioning that. I mean, look at his sister, a lot of us

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under underestimate little girls. His sister was a little girl was probably six, seven years old, maybe younger, older, she made sure to go follow that basket. And obviously everyone knows that she must be a Hebrew child is she's not Egyptian.

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This little girl is following.

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And then, but she's making herself where she's looking secretively where with subtlety that nobody can discover who she is. And she wants to see what happens to the baby. She does her like investigation. She does her spying she does her, you know, go in. She even manages to get into the palace inside there.

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And she takes advantage of the most opportune time to reveal herself and show herself.

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She couldn't do and she's just watching that as a smart girl. There is no way that you can question her intelligence that is an intelligent girl that she took advantage of the most opportune time when they were looking for

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in a foster mother to nurse the baby. She jumped she says I know somebody. She gave them the right words, because if she just all of a sudden appeared, they would say who are you? Where do you come from? They would have actually probably killed her or enslaved her. Yep. But no, she given the right words. I know someone. And when she said that's all they wanted. The baby hasn't eaten in a while and they want to save the baby and the pharaohs wife is in turmoil. She loves this baby. So no one is gonna say anything to that little one. She has a solution. Bring that solution.

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That is a smart girl. No doubt. So this is something to think about this.

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This little girl. I am always amazed at her story when if Dempsey AUTOCARE

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mentioned her story of Musa just has so many characters, thoughts. It's so intriguing. Yes, Abdullah

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earlier today shirt and chuck them as football you talked about?

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Would you all be able to touch a little bit about the couple of thoughts that Musa made, for example, in the story that you were telling right after that what after he waters the sheep when he turns away to the shadows? And he says the Neelima that I am and played in fact here? Yes. And then the day that he made for forgiveness after he accidentally killed them in and then the day that he made incidental law just if you're able to touch all

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I let I mean what do I say about that today? What did he make? Do as the so it'd be new let him

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to an FC fulfill relief of a formula and then in surah Taha rubbish rally Saudi westerly Emery

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right yeah, that's rubbish rally Saudi westerly Emily wonder awkward minutes any of our comedy. That was actually when Allah Subhana Allah Allah told him to go wrong to frown. Now this is, this is interesting. Now Musa alayhis salam, and

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again, I'm not doing tafsir

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I can't dare to say this is deaf here but this is a reflection, which Ali salaam had a speech impediment

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impediment, impediments, a speech impediment

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for something that happened when he was a child. So that's why he was afraid, actually to not be able to articulate his ideas. And he asked for heroin at a salon to, to be his companion to be his deputy, to speak sometimes when he needs to, when he's constricted, or when, you know, his thought or,

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you know,

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appears more, and even frown notice that and he says, what I can do, you will be in a look at this person who can speak articulate himself, you know, he can't even speak right. So

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the idea for us, this is a lesson for us actually. Don't look at your handicap as handicap at all. Musa alayhis salam and I'm not this is nothing against mutualism at all. It's actually a point of admiration is that his speech impediment?

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did not stop him from becoming the one to whom Allah speaks. Allah spoke to him. I said, Allah spoke to him. And he spoke to Allah. That's a beautiful line right there. How really how beautiful could that I mean,

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your handicap could be your talent could be your one Asad. Allah is telling us a great lesson there it

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Allah spoke to the prophet that has speech impediment.

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And Musa wasn't shy to say, Oh Allah, I'm, I can't sometimes speak. That's why he made that do arbitrary salary, because sometimes he gets anxiety. So he gets constricted, we're certainly angry. Make it easy for me. He was afraid of not being able to fulfill the message

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that Emily said we have tied the knot on my tongue so they can understand what I say.

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which I believe was Iran and ihana. Okay, and give me heroin as my, my deputy. So it's amazing. That story of Musa is really amazing. So Allah is reminding him that we have known us since before you were born, took care of you sitting before you mind doing that does really beautiful. I mean, all of it is beautiful, but he says he doesn't just ask for articulation. But he asked for the audience to understand what he's saying. A lot of us care just about our own eliquids you know, you see the people talking all the time. They just want to flex with their words and stuff like that. But do you care that that person actually understood what you're saying? Or you want to make your point with

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you care that that person actually understood what you had to say? And so most is just asking for them to for him to be able to speak full stop right when it opens them in designing that's it but he says yes, oh holy let them understand what I'm saying. Let them understand what I'm saying because

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it's we're going along so I just want to wrap up with Charlotte that if there's anybody else who has a point to make or a lesson to share or question You're welcome inshallah we've got our our superstar rotator add them here Mashallah. doing an amazing job.

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Raise your hand so he knows you to come go to Frank over there

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one of the things I really love is the wording when Musa alayhis salam first gets to like the body of the law.

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Like Allah azza wa jal, like asked him, like what is in your hands, like, Oh, this is my staff. And like, the wording is like, Oh, this is like, I lean on this. And then he says, like, throw it away. And he turns his,

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he turns into something that he's afraid of like he turns and runs. And like this stuff is going to be like one of them, like one of the major miracles.

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And I really like that.

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There that juxtaposition that like, he turned something that he's been leaning on that he's been using, like throughout his life to help him into something that he's terrified of. But

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then after that, again,

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into something that is one of his like major miracles.

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And like, I just like I love the phrasing of it all they hear a FOIA taboo or they shrew behind. And I love anime. Yeah. And just throw it away, cast it away immediately, like the next line the next day is throw it away and then it's something that he's terrified of, but then any the next line after that, like calling a hookah without the half

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take it and don't be afraid. Yeah, it's i i just love the juxtaposition, Jonnie, like, there's so many things that we lean on. And then like, it turns into something like we're, it gets taken away from us, or it turns into something that like, is terrifying.

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So you might be leaning on your kids, and they turn into something that's terrifying, or any like, I think it's really easy to, especially when people lean on them in a way that damages your relationship with Allah Yanni, like, before you like think to turn to Allah, you're like, you immediately call this person instead of making their art, or like, and it's not necessarily the people that are like trying to take you from I'll take you away from Allah, but like, just you get so comfortable with them, that you lean on them when like, in a way that like you should be leaning on Allah instead. Beautiful, I actually look at it differently to

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this thick was with Musa for probably many years, he probably never thought of it in any miraculous way at all, and probably just the stick. I just wonder where he got it from. Honestly, this is something that I actually went and research. Where did the stick of moussaka Yeah, where did the brought bring you from? But anyway, what I looked at it because this, the the staff who moves out of the stick that Musa use Allah subhanaw taala, miraculously turned it into the cause of the destruction of Iran. And it was used multiple times, actually, throughout the story of use of moose about five times, you know, with the snake twice, three times actually, with the magic Yeah, with

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the magician's with the, with the sea, you know, hitting the sea, and it didn't get back. And with the 12 springs in the desert, he used the stick. So, to me, like the stick became moose as companion that, that, that through that stick ALLAH SubhanA, Allah gave him a lot of miracles. The stick has no value whatsoever. It's only Allah has power. So when I say I, you know, with my students, I always tell them what is your stick, think about something that you would consider as your stick. Something that will be something that is good for you, you don't rely on it. But you know that this is an asset that you have, that can really bring something good in your life. So this is what I you

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know, I look at this story in that way. It's just again, a reflection in a way where this take brought about positive things. It's not the stick itself. Again, we don't consider the stick in any form. Except that's Allah subhanaw taala who caused the stick? I'm trying to be all the way we got the disclaimer. Two things really quickly, and then we have to wrap up.

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If there's anybody else who wants to make Yes.

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So my question is about,

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you mentioned that he's, like,

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sure that he's a human being right. Because no, he said he is a human being.

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Well, yes, he's a human being. Yes. A human being. And he's a prophet. Yes, yes. But it wasn't, like possibility for him to be an angel as well. Taking the orders of Allah or that's because never ended up. Not according to the Hadith. Okay. So do you mind mentioning some of them? He is He is a prophet. He's a human being. Yes. Okay. He's a human being. Thank you. So and there, there is a narration in it, because here's, I'll be the guy on the high that says he's directly from the Children of Adam, the actual team of Adam and but that is far fetched. It's not really.

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It's weak. It's among corporate meaning that there is no an array. There's no, it's not there's no chain of narrators to the Hadith that shows that he was alive this whole time from Adam until Musa alayhis salam. So two things quickly shut out. And number one is chef made it super super, super clear that the staff of Musa is not what split the sea but it's ALLAH SubhanA Yes, yeah, Allah still told Musa to strike the sea with the staff.

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And in the story of Medea, ALLAH SubhanA data tells medium after she gave birth to shake the trunk of a palm tree. Have you ever tried to shake the trunk of a palm tree? How did it go for you?

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Right? It's not going to make fruit fall from the top of the palm tree. We're not going to be able to move the trunk at all. But the lesson that's being continued, continuously show here is that Allah wants you to do your part. Allah Subhana Allah is the One who provides for you Allah is the One Who protects you Allah subhana data is the one who teaches you Allah is the One who does all of these things. But he wants you to do your part. Yes

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if you were to do one new sunnah from the story of Moses is that

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so I'll tell you, which is my second point. And this is this is my favorite thing about most ideas. Favorite

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I know you don't have favorites, but my favorite for sure. On the night of and it's about when Mel dodge the province a little windy send them is commanded to pray 50 prayers. That's what we were gonna pray once a lot every half hour.

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We wouldn't have Friday Night Lights, we would have broken that up with three different salons already. Six different salons already. And yet, as he's coming down, Musa Instagram says What did your Lord commend you? And he says he commanded me with 50 prayers. Musa says that's too much. That's too much. Go back and ask your Lord for more. Guys, I asked you what investment does Musa have in the form of Muhammad and how many prayers we pray?

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What does it matter that

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he's passed away

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his actions are done. And yet Musa is set up because of his incredible sincerity that same energy that makes Musa days that water water the sheep of some of these two girls that sincerity for people wanting goodness for people even an ummah that's not his own? He says no, you're almost not going to be able to handle that I tried with vinius Law II and I tried even more than we've been it's like they're not going to go back and ask your lawyer for less the province level lightest and then comes back and it's less and it's less and it's less and it's less and less until finally it comes down to five and most ideas and I'm says go back to your Lord. You know there are some of us who after

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university we've retired from Islamic work Alas, we're done I put in my four years that MSA at best I'll be a consultant for your organization that's about it. I'm 22 years old I've already served the OMA enough Musa days that I'm has passed away and he's still being a sincere advisor Musa is still engaging and helping others and he helped us for sure. So we should all feel that very particular connection. To Musa it is because Musa is the one who engage and the engage the province of Elijah said them to bring us this incredible faith instead of bringing 50 prayers a day. We're only putting five so you talk about what Sooners from the story of Musa I would say even not even just the

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Sunnah, but the obligation that these five prayers that are 50 in the scale, that you protect them and that you try to perfect them as best as you can. If you perfect your five daily prayers, bring them on time bring them early, bring them as perfectly as you can Charlotte's out of that is an incredible act to establish.

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Shall I leave you with the last word of solids out and then we wrap up just looking at everybody? Well Columbia

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I think that the answer to it is that Musa really loves the aroma of Muhammad so awesome. I mean, there is there is no doubt and Omar Mohammed who follow

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follow the way of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam the Prophet Muhammad SAW Santa was the closest in in message like the message of Prophet Muhammad is the closest to the message of Musa days.

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What I actually

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I mean the steroid moves that really affects me every day because I you know, through the reading because if you read Quran

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every day you will come across the story of Musa there is no way in every portion of the Quran, you will come across the story of Musa and it's presented in a completely different way.

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What really you know, I started with this

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session with highlighting how Musa as you know, from human nature, he had fears right.

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But you there is no measure that you can measure the courage of Musa this, Allah Allah, his courage is way beyond

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any was farther than that courage. We say courage is not the absence of fear. No, it's not moving forward. Exactly.

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Yes, so he, he was courageous, he was courageous and the way he spoke to the pharaoh, if you read all the dialogues that Musa Musa always had the upper hand, even though the Pharaoh had all of his soldiers and all of his entourage, Musa was alone. And his brother of course, too, and that his brother's another story that if we really delve into that, of course, he was completely overshadowed by Musa de Sena. But his presence was necessary, extremely necessary. And but that's probably for a different session. However, his courage mooses courage is amazing for him to stand before the Pharaoh and tell him hey, I want my people

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and you should believe in Allah. And he continued Rambo kumara Baba eccmid Awadhi never never wavered, herbal measures they will mostly be warm Ebina Houma and quantum tap they know like you crazy this is so his carriage is is amazing, honestly, and you know, I wish we had enough time to go over many aspects of the story of Musa but like i i began with highlighting how Musa did not shy away to say that he's afraid, but also ended up with his amazing courage. That was obvious throughout his life.