Study of Surah Yasin – Episode 15

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The importance of belief in the "here after" and the "here after" in the Quran is discussed, as well as the use of "has" in English to describe actions and events. The transcript describes a disturbing event involving the Trumpet and blowing of a trumpet, as well as a punishment experiment on individuals involved in a blowout. The speakers also discuss the importance of justice and the aftermath of the Paradise and loss of resource moneys.

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Salam Alikum

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen or salat wa salam ala sherfield ambia mursaleen Nabina, Muhammad wa ala

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just want to start off with a piece of advice, the famous hadith of gibreel Islam, you know when he comes in the form of a man, and he sits amongst the companions in front of them.

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And he asks us questions. Tell me what is Islam? Tim, what is a man Tim, what is your son, you know, this hadith? Interestingly, it starts off with a description of what he looked like, and how he behaved. What he looked like, was what he had jet black hair, he had intensely white clothes on, and there was no traces of travel. And then what did he do when he sat down? How do you sit with a processor?

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Yes, he placed his knees very close to the knees of the professor of law, while instead of sitting right in front of him,

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you know why they mentioned that is in order to illustrate how he was behaving as a student, when he came to learn, he wanted to sit as close to the teacher as possible. Why? Because it shows seriousness in the knowledge that you want to see also is a way of honoring the knowledge itself. And thirdly, it is in order to maximize the benefit you gain. Yeah, it's quite amazing. And this was a teaching given to us by an angel. And not just any Angel, the greatest Angel, all debris is around here. So we should take heed of this. When we come to learn, we should come with the best frame of mind ready, eager yearning. And that should show in the way we behave, the way we conduct ourselves

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from the way we dress, as well as well as the way we sit in the circles of knowledge. We are lawmakers from those who are serious about studying Islam, I mean, okay, we are at verse number 48, we have explained most of 48. But because this is where the section five begins, I will go through again, a last part that says in verse 48, way up on Luna matter how the lardo incoterm saw the plane, and they say, when will this promise be fulfilled? If what you say is true. This now will begin section five, which is a warning to the corporation, by extension, all those who disbelieve and reject the signs of a loss of power, about their fate in the hereafter. All that's left now is

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to warn people because detail signs have been given historical signs in the form of story, signs in nature, and right in the beginning, Revelation itself on one corner, and Hakeem, if you turn a blind eye to all of these things, then all that remains is for me to tell you that you know what God has promised that you will be brought back to life, and you will be held to account and you will be punished if you reject the science. So the word in this verse refers to three things, the companions would promise the Quraysh and disbelievers three things they will probably send you know what, even though you rejected, I swear by God is a promise of God that you will come back to life.

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resurrection. Number two is you will be taken to account. And number three, there's something called the Hellfire and God's promises that people who reject Him will burn in the help file. Yes, they would say so often, that the display was to take it as a full mockery and say, Why are kulula matter other words, okay, then when is it going to happen? Exactly. If you really are telling the truth? Yeah. So this is how the verse begins with a question they ask the question, not a genuine question. But a question out of mockery. Really, after life here, go on then. Recently, I was I was listening to BBC Four, ready for documentary. They said that currently belief in the hereafter amongst British

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We are on the topic of belief in the hereafter. They said that more people believe in reincarnation today than ever before. Yeah. And one of the reasons they said that is because it's

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a reconcile between two things. It has spiritual meaning and that this is not the end of it when you die. At the same time, it escapes accountability, because we're going to come back to something else. So don't worry about what we do in this life. Yes, very strange. USB devices the candid way. And then they said statistically speaking more people believe in the hereafter than they believe in God.

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How is that even possible? We didn't even allow what you believe in here. Apparently this is where we are at this moment in time. The reason I'm sharing that with you is because it just shows you how relevant the Quran is, isn't it? The Quran spoke about the hereafter and how important is to believe in in his reality 14 130 years ago and still today in the 21st century. Most people they do not believe in their after. And most people take care of omokri here failing. Hereafter we're going to come back to life while coluna matter had to encounter

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saw the pins therefore with that in mind that what comes after this verse is super relevant to us today in that the way we articulate our response to such mockery should be in keeping with what surah Yaseen comes to say? Yeah, so what is the answer given to this question in the Quran? It begins as follows Maryam Verona, Illa satin Washington, Houma, whom Yahoo, Simone,

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they are not waiting except for one piercing blast, it will grab them while they are arguing with one another. The answer is, it's going to happen. In fact, instead of telling you is going to happen, let me tell you what's going to happen. This is what's going to happen to the disbelievers. What's going to happen is that in reality, they don't realize it but they are waiting for one piercing cry to come. At the scholars of the season say this refers to the first blowing of the trumpet. Majority of scholars believe they are to blowing the trumpet. They say the first one is called naphtha to sack Sod off, which means swooning. People have fall unconscious, when it sort of

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blows the horn, the first time all people who are living will fall down unconscious, yes, then there will be a period Some said 40 years where people will be in a form of asleep. Thereafter, the second rung of the trumpet will happen which is called know how to embarrass the blowing of resurrection. And then, according to the Hadith allow are sent down a type of nutritious rain. When it lands on the ground. people's souls and bodies will come back together. And they will stand up as living beings once again. Yeah, there's a second opinion, which is there's actually three blowing to the trumpet. The first is to signal that to signal that

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it is about to occur, the last hour is now about to happen. And that will cause fezza that will cause people to become frantic and panic and a state of terror, then will come the blowing which will cause everyone to fall unconscious, and then will come the blowing which will cause everyone to stand resurrection once again. Yeah, almost father knows best. But this verse is referring to the first blowing of the trumpet according to a theory. And what it means is that that blowing of the trumpet will come so fast that they won't have any idea how quickly it's going to come. Yeah, they don't realize it, but it's just around the corner. That is where the Quran explains it. And when it

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does come, what will they be doing? The moon, they will be arguing with one another. It's very interesting. Allah is almost showing us a glimpse into the future. When the last hour comes, this believes will be a form of argumentation with another.

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Now, even after you said this has two interpretations, the first interpretation that people will be bickering with one another arguing about the most mundane things in life. So imagine two guys sitting in the pub, and they're arguing about something where they argue about football, isn't it? Last night, man your man best game ever, except for in 94 when they had gigs that was better than the guy next to him says you crazy 94 gigs peak tonight. What are you talking about? And the other guy said now are you Barbara are you arguing about the most mundane things and that moment Allah decides for the trumpet to be blown which reflects our people be so utterly

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you know, taken by surprise. What is going on? I had no idea that this is about to happen. It's almost like you know when you have in the

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the horror movies, I know you don't watch the movies, but somebody may have told you this. What usually happens is that the guy is going about his daily business maybe in the bathroom or something's coming his beard or whatever. He doesn't know what's going on. But just around the corner the guy's got the knife he's about to lose his life. He doesn't realize this is is this talking is working is doing whatever, as if it's a normal day. But it's not a normal day. That is the last day. Yeah, so this verse Ignacio said it expresses the speed at which the last hour will come. Yeah. Now what is the purpose of telling us that though, the people will be totally unaware.

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effect does that have on the listener when he hears that? It will come so quick and the people themselves have no idea what's about to happen.

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What does that tell us?

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Surprise but what is the surprise element do?

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shock Okay, so it will be more shocking

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what else

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Okay, so because it's unknown, and because it will happen so quickly, it makes you feel like you know what? A Better watch out. You can happen any moment and I won't even realize it, meaning there won't be a time where someone's gonna say, by the way you got one more day, what are you making right now

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you won't have the opportunity. Another possible benefit is the

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is the

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tragic nature of the event, people will be taken by total surprise, and they want to have not a second to try and do anything about it. It signifies the tragic nature of the event that will happen to people, they won't have any idea they won't have any time to do anything about it.

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The second interpretation that you said is that they

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are having an argument with the people of truth. Yeah. And they believe that they are winning the argument. And this is based on another dissertation. This one is young, youngest, Simo. That is young Simone.

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Simone versus young Simone. And he said, Yes, Simone, a means when someone is about to dominate an argument and about to win. So that's even more interesting that they at the end of the time, they are having arguments with the believers. And they'll be telling them you're wrong. We're right. And they'll be propaganda about things. People will believe that you know, what, what is evil is correct. And what is good is evil. To the point that the people who have evil will feel like we are winning.

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At that moment, dubsado home, this pace in cry will take will hope will take hold of them. And that will be the end of the story. Yeah, that'll be the end of the story. And, you know, if you read about the end of times, and the process, sort of when he speaks about the shout out to sad signs of the last day, all of them fit a narrative, which is that things are going in the world things are going to go upside down. Think about it, what do you say about the woman and tell you that Emma are better she is going to give birth to her own master.

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Now most of the scholars say that means that she is going to become the slave of our own daughter or own son. However, a second interpretation is that her child is going to become like her master in that the child will be so disobedient or disrespectful. He will treat her like she is his slave.

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upside down. And what's the second thing he said that the poor Bedouin Arabs will gain lots of money and start to compete with one another and building tall buildings here, which they said, expresses a poor person who is unqualified, becoming rich and powerful, upside down. And to be honest, if you look across the world right now, people in charge are exactly like this. Yeah, exactly like this unqualified, yet very powerful. Yeah, unqualified yet very powerful. They don't deserve to be that position, but they are in that position. So this verse, according to a second interpretation, that the people of falsehood will believe that winning the argument and that they are dominating the

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discussion of what is right and wrong. It's completely part of that whole narrative. Things are gonna go upside down. Now, one of the interesting things about this verse is that though it speaks about the first blowing of the trumpet, which is called nefer, to know, a sack here, or just nefa Allah doesn't use the word enough.

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He uses the word say, how has the word say have already come inside? So DRC

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in Ghana, Allah subhanho wa Haider, the either hamidou it has isn't it? That was about how Korea became destroyed. Why do you think Allah use the same words to describe the first blowing of the trumpet for the disbelievers? Yeah.

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Because Allah His actions don't change

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maybe you think about loving more? Yes,

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Okay, it will be similar event in what that people will be devastated just like those were devastated.

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Okay, very good. Yeah, this is possibly one meaning that the Trumpet will be blown. And that we believe is and will be disabilities. As for the believers, it won't affect them. Like a affected the people of Korea they were devastated by destroyed

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But as for the disbelievers, they will experience it like arrochar he experienced it meaning it will be a piece of punishment. Yeah, very good. This was mentioned by Mr. Shield he said, why didn't allow referred to as the Sangha as the nefa. Allah referred to as a safer. Yeah. And perhaps is because it is distinguishing between the disbelievers and the believers. It is one trumpet blowing, it will affect people in different ways. As for the disbelievers, it will be like a piercing cry, he said the word say her. It refers to a shout that comes from deep within one's throat when someone cries out, or shouts or shrieks that is a say. And it is washing, meaning it only needs to be done

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once. Yeah. And I was thinking about spelling, you know, on death row. In America, when people you know, they I think they're given a choice is electric chair and lethal injection, right? Sometimes what happens is that it doesn't work, the person suffers, and they don't die. Yes, very shocking event, when you hear about these cases, someone was electrocuted, he didn't die. Or he was given lethal injection, he didn't die. It's really unbelievable. But the verse is saying, they say ha is so devastating, everyone will be affected. Yeah, no one will be able to escape it, it is one but it is more than enough

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for yourself in your own tulcea. And so there will be no time to make requests, the word delsea can refer to requesting your money to, you know, your family, or we can refer to giving advice, our senior Here comes from the word was sought to give advice. So this is continuing the idea that when the when the Trumpet is blown, people will have no chance to do anything. A lie saying they won't be able to make a dosia which means call your loved ones and say you know what, I'm going to go now, you get this, you get this, I've got some money, I've got some gold, I've got this and all of you, you know, you take all of these things now because you know what? That's going to go now. Okay, that

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opportunity, or to give advice, son are messed up in my life. Allah is gonna get me now. And you know what, don't mess up your life. That advice, fella is that they won't have the ability to do that. interesting how Allah didn't say they won't do, they won't do soon, they won't be quest their money, Allah said they won't have the ability to do that. Which is worse to say you can't, or you don't have the ability.

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You don't have the ability, isn't it? And someone says to you look, you know, you know a nice guy.

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It's all says you don't have the ability to be a nice guy.

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As was, you know what you mean, don't have it in me to do this. Yeah, a lot negates the ability, they don't even have the ability to do it. Even if they had every opportunity, they would not be able to because they don't have the ability to that is how quickly will come whether either early in the room, and they won't be able to go back to their families in the last moments of anyone's life, who they want to be close to is who the loved ones isn't. So being told that you know what you won't have that last moment with your family, you won't be able to go home to them

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is going to devastate somebody, I won't even be able to see my kid, my wife one last time, we'll be able to give one phone call and say you know what, I think this is the end of me. And I just want to tell you that I love you know, you won't even be able to do that. I have no idea said it can mean that they won't be able to go back to their families and see them one last time.

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Or it can mean they will never see their family ever again. Now, after this, even on YOLO kiama. In jahannam. They will never ever see the family again.

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It is more emphatic in that way. And he said that this is a strong opinion. falaya southern Arizona tells

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him You have to own what is implied is that they won't go back to their families, but they will be going back to a loss of

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one of your half your soul. Then the next verse, the trumpet will be sounded. This refers to the second blowing of the trumpets here. Number two, when people will be resurrected. Allies now speaking about when people will come out of their graves. And the wording really is amazing here. Allah says one of his songs. In the passive, the Trumpet will be blown. When you hear the Trumpet will be blown. It creates a question in your mind which is who is blowing the trumpet? Who exactly is going to be blowing the trumpet and it creates a sense of terror. Someone's going to blow the trumpet. Who is that person? We know it isn't? Who is it that's going to blow that trumpet

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is Seraphim and the process of satellite is la feel that from the moment he was interesting.

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To blow the trumpet, he's been waiting with his mouth close to the, to the

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to the tip to the tip of the trumpet. And he's been watching

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the audition a lot harder waiting for the command to come and he's scared to blink his eyes in case he misses that command and his eyes a lot too. brightly shining stars. Yeah. So amazing. Yeah, this is how the prosthetics described him. He's waiting. And he's just not even going to blink his eyes in case he misses the command of Allah. This is his Rafi, one of you have his soul and when it is blown through either the word either is Pooja meaning behold, this is what's going to happen for either who meaning a geodesic dome Bohemians. Behold, they will come out of the edge death which means the graves and heading towards the master yen saloon the word yen saloon authority said means

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to walk fast. Some of the other scholars they added it means to walk fast, though you don't want to walk fast, like a person walks down a hill, you know, you walk down a hill, you don't really want to walk fast, but the gravity is pulling you down, you start walking fast. Allah says, people will come out the graves and when they do, the first thing they'll start doing is start walking. Towards Who? towards Allah. Why? Because now is the time for accountability. What is interesting by this verse is the word edge death is used. What is the regular word for graves?

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maybe in magalies kuppusamy maybe I don't know. In Arabic is

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the plural of the word power. What is the difference between COBOL and edge death? They said one of the differences and I found this in the sun out of is that the genders the singular refers to an unmarked grave.

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unmarked grave, you know, you have

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these mass graves. For example, in your ox hollow. They said there are more than 72 mass graves people don't even know where they are. The unmarked people dying to see people die in war. And they don't know people don't know where their bodies are. A lie saying whether their graves are marked or unmarked. They will all be coming out that day. They will all be coming up. And what I find amazing about the use of the word here is that we heard about a nation that was completely annihilated and we don't know where they are. Or the location. It doesn't matter. Korea hommy Dune they became wiped out like a campfire is put up.

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Where are they? We don't know. Allah knows Agia das they are have the unmarked race wherever they are. They will all be coming out a lot of bohemian saloon.

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Look at the irony here in the dunya people like this want to run away from Allah. In the ACA, they will be running to Allah. But when they run to Allah yen's, you know, they'd be running against their will. They don't want to go to that place of gathering. They don't want to be held to account but they got no choice now. They have no choice whatsoever. There's not there's not there's another place in the Quran as well. Well, I describes

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them coming towards coming out to the graves. Allah says they will come out to the grave like they are locusts flying towards the home, that they will come out in such a huge number. And this power shows us that the person

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who spends his life trying to run away from the truth, ultimately in Africa, he will end up before our last panel. There is no it is few time to think that you can turn your back on Allah subhanaw taala. Either you come to Allah in the submission, or you will come to Allah under coercion. Either way, you will end up with a loss of habitat that is better therefore for a person to submit himself as opposed to waiting for the day we will be assured by angels and broke before Allah subhanaw taala knowing that he what is in store for him is not going to be good.

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Fallujah Ilana, what happens to the people when they come out to the graves? All they say yeah, away Lana? Well, to us, the word whale can mean somebody says, You know what, this is the worst possible thing that could happen to me. It is the worst possible thing that could happen to be the worst type of other. As soon as they come out their graves, and they see what is going on. What do they say, man? This is the worst type of thing that has happened to me. isn't the worst thing that's happened to them is the worst thing that's going to happen to them. It's not as it

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hasn't even started yet. And they're already saying man, this is the worst possible thing that could happen to me. Hallelujah.

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Man darsana me mark Medina who

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has woken us from our place of sleep? This is really interesting. Where were they they were inside graves. But do disbelievers enjoy their life in the grave? They don't do that. They are punished in the grave, even those are disobedient to alarm will be punished in the gray. May Allah save us from that punishment. So when they come out to the brain, why do they say who woke us up from the sleep?

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They will just be punished.

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he quoted a therapy and he said one of the one of the reasons this is the case

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he said one of the reasons this is the case is because the terror that's going to grip them now makes them feel like what happened in the grave was a vacation

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is so bad now, that when they think about the grave, they think like they were enjoying sleep. Yeah, that was a vacation compared to what is happening now. And what is happening now is nothing compared to what is going to happen in genomes from falluja availa member autonomy malerkotla the second interpretation is the reason they refer to the grave as a multiplets which is a place of taking life sleep. Yeah, no me sleep here. And record rocket means sleep is all the difference of rapid and gnome is that awkward refers to a light nap.

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No refers to deep sleep. They said that between the first blowing and the second blowing, there is sleep. People will always sleep. So even though they were being punished all this time. After the first round of the trumpet, everything will stop and people will be in a state of slumber. Then when they are resurrected, the disability will say kalu yawei Donna mandanna Mark Kadena Heather nawada Rockman was sort of alone. This is what our rush man promised. And the messengers were telling the truth. Yeah, you see, now they admit that what they were told in the dunya was right or wrong. Yeah, they admitted. And what this shows us my brothers and sisters, his that Islam resonates with the

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souls of human beings. They know is the truth, though they may deny it there, they may say I don't believe in this. They know it's a truth and on yamaka they were saying man what we used to be told by those Muslims was so true. Yeah. Tasha Shariah

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and that was so true. I knew it was true. And to download it admitted

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her them Agha Rama. This is what Rockman promised. Interesting, they refer to Allah as a man. Why?

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Perhaps because that is how they the believers would preach to them about Allah. They would refer to Allah by the word Allah, but rather they would use the word of Rama, the loving, merciful God is asking you to worship Him and not idols. Even the man inside and the story of Adam Korea. He said to the people, you know,

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should I take other deities as as worthy of worship? If a man wanted to harm me, they couldn't do anything. Yeah, they can do anything. A Romani refer to them refer to them as so perhaps they are. They're saying a rock man today, because that's what they used to hear in the dunya from the believers was almost alone. And they will say that the prophets they were telling the truth. This goes right to the beginning of Satya see.

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Allah said to the process of them, I swear by the Koran in NACA laminam mursaleen. You are from those who have been sent from the most alone. I'm telling you, I'm validating that for you, even though they deny it. Now, the solar says you know what, on your mocha, they would say man, that man he was from the Muslim world.

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They will say that man is from the Mercer room, like the surah is tying itself up together. In the dunya, Allah is validating and in the afra, even the kofod will validate that this man Bahasa Salaam, and he was a prophet, he was a true prophet, he was telling us the truth. However, the second opinion, the words have either heard or heard, man, this is what a man promised. And the messengers were telling the truth is not the words of the disbelievers. Rather, it is either the words of Allah, that when the disbelievers say who woke us up from the sleep, this is the worst possible thing. Allow will say to them, this is what man was promising you. And those were salute

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they were telling the truth. Another opinion is that the angels say this. Another opinion is that the believers say this, they turned them and you know, when they see them, you know, crying for destruction. They will say to them, Look, this is what you know, Raman was saying all along, and this is what the messengers are saying. We tried to tell you but you wouldn't listen to us. Yeah.

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Rahman was Sadiq Khan. Also

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Almost alone

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Okay, two more verses Sharla in Canada in Lhasa Hatton wa*a.

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It is just one single blast. Now this is referring to the second blowing of the trumpet it is describing it with further details. The second blowing up the trumpet will be,

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you know will be felt and affected will affect the disbelievers as if it is a Sahaja wash as well as if it is a piece of punishment a violent shout for either whom Jamie or Dana maroon and so what will happen when they are brought back to life, they will all be Jamia brought together the day before us more room, more remains to be made to present your case. They will not just be brought together for the sake of bringing people together. They'll be brought together for one single reason. And that is for them to be held to account What did you do with your life? How did you spend your time? What did you do with the money I gave you? How did you respond to the people that that used to give you

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advice? You will be now taken to task for that. May Allah make that easy for all of us brothers? Alone my house sybilla Hey Sir when you see a person will say Allah make our hisab easy for us on that day.

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For either home Jimmy or Dana Masha baru

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fell yo mala tabula munaf sunshade and today no soul will be wronged in the least bit while I to Jonah he lahmacun Sharma loon and they will only be recompense for that which they used to do. This verse is telling us that you know what those people that wronged disbelieved? They are going to be punished, but the punishment is not going to be disproportional.

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It is going to be exactly proportional to the misdeeds they used to do, they will be no miscarriage of justice on that day, the word failure today, it is said, either in order to illustrate

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it in order to make us imagine that we are there on that day alone. Imagine that day, what's going to happen on that day, no one's going to be wrong whatsoever. Yeah, all it is said in order to make it make the meaning of the event.

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Certain, you know, when someone says, today, we're going to do this in English, it sounds like okay today, but in Arabic You can say today and it means something in the future, but that thing in the future is so certain is like is happening today. Yeah. So it denotes certainty of the event for the omala Ala Moana Sanjaya no so be wrong whatsoever. You know, people when they hear about the punishment, that the disbelief that we get, they can start to question the justice of Allah, isn't it when you hear about some of the the punishments put out a person thinks you know what, that's devastating man? Is that really going to happen? One person certainly sama says every time their

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skins burn off alone, replace it with another set of skin so they can continue to taste the punishment. Imagine a burn victim, skin is completely melted off, and he can no longer feel the pain. The law says when happens, a new set of skin will cover them up. They will continue to taste the punishment, even the word tastes the punishment and not feel the punishment of loss. He said taste is a sharper sense of the body.

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When you taste something better, immediately react. Yeah. So he said that the word Volk denotes the sharpness of the feeling that they would experience is not just any pain, it will be a very, you know, strong

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pain and a lot of suffering the person thinks to themselves, man, is that really gonna happen like this? Crazy. I remember once I did a little reminder, the cameraman was anonymous in

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doing and after I did the reminder this was he said to me, seriously, is that actually gonna happen? Is that is that is that true? Was that Yeah, bro. surreal, man.

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That's terrible, man. I said yeah, it's terrible. But that's real. That's it. He just went quiet. After that. Is died. Think about stuff. This is the Quran. The Quran speak for itself. Yeah. And see the impact it has on people. But Allah says in many places, no injustice will be done in order to remove that doubt in people's minds that you know what? Why is this happening to people? Instead, law says they're not going to be dealt with unjustly, which points towards the perfect opposite, which is perfect justice is going to be done to people that they will, justice will be served on that day. People will not be wronged. Whatever happened to them, they deserve that. Then the verse

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Voila, a llama can turn to Allah moon de Lune they will not be rewarded, except that we said used to do. Meaning that whatever punishment comes to you the person It is, it is exactly proportional to the mysteries that used to be not a fraction over and not a fraction less, if you think about it, you know, that points towards the greatness of Allah.

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I'll give you an example. You know, the issue of sauce here, eye for an eye, tooth for tooth you heard this year. Now the thing is, even though he said, Look, if a person he dealt someone a blow on the head, or let's say, the arm, okay, and he broke his arm. Now, that person, the victim, he can say I want like for like,

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but can he actually get like for life? Like, is it going to help you gonna know how hard to him

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enough to break the bone and feel the pain that he felt? And know anything more? And nothing less? Is it even possible? There's no possibility that

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you can you can help to get something there that but you'll never get the exact amount. The person when you break it up. You say man, this is done worse me wrong.

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If you say that, and no one would know the exact, you know amount of suffering this person needs to have in order for justice to be done. But like a normal piano, that is what's going to happen people will be not dealt with unjustly in the nice bit perfect justice will take place. And that points towards the greatness of our last panel, Diana.

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And Sharla This is the conclusion of today's does next week will be a description of Paradise, and the description of the people who enter Paradise melasma makers from them, and also loss of the Madonna b&m hamadryad earlier. Does that come?

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Any questions? Is

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at some point?

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Well, Lauren, I need to look into the the chronology of events is something that I need to look into more inshallah, if I do, I'll let you know.

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Yes, sir.

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Could there not be that this might be referring, or you could actually deduce from this that?

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This is good sense.

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From the viewers perspective, yeah, there's going to be just justice.

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It seems that the content of the previous is seems to specifically be returning to the disbelievers. So is anything that

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actually in reference to so this passage is in reference to the disbelievers.

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there is a principle intercede that you know, the algebra, the actual root message of a verse is not be confined to the, the words itself, meaning that if it's specifically talking about person or people, that doesn't mean it should be confined only to that there is a core meaning to it, which can be extrapolated upon a given example.

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Once the process of visited Ali and Fatima, in the middle of the night, they were sleeping here. And what happened is he knocked on the door to wake them up to pray to Allah. And Allah wrote the law when he woke up, he said that, you know, how souls when the hands of Allah when Allah releases that we will pray?

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He said something of this nature. And the first time he walked away, and he said Raquel in San x, Arusha in general. He he cited this, he said, people are so adamant on arguing.

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Last versus soroka. Well, Kelly is an excellent shangela. In the verse referred to

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it's about disbelievers and how obnoxious and argumentative they are when it comes to truth, or the person is using it to speak about alien Fatima. Right. So what does that mean? It means that a verse when you're speaking about its meaning, in the verse, you have to speak about it from that perspective, as well. It's application relevance in other things, that that can that's broaden scope. There's more in scope and if there is a case of chaos analogy, this is somewhat like the meaning of this verse. Then you can relate it together, like the person did in the example.

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Yeah. And that, to be honest is it's not easy to do. Yeah, we have to get to the core message of the verse. What is the core message of this verse? What do you think is was the core message of this verse? Now, today no soul will be wronged in the least you will only be repaid for your deeds.

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Yes, justice on Yokoyama, absolute just to be done, which can be interpreted in two ways. disbelievers, they're gonna get punished. As for the believers,

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they will be rewarded, and

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none of the deeds will ever be lost to Allah. On top of that, believe is in this life can take comfort in the fact that they see people oppressing others killing others raping all of these things that are happening in the world, which make you go crazy. If you really watch the news and follow it, but they should take comfort in the fact that you know what, these people who do this they will not get away with this. They will not get away with this. Allah says in the Quran for Leo mala to the lamona from Shia, no. So be unjust be dealt with unjustly. Everyone will get what they deserve. They will not get away with this. Yeah. So you can understand it like this as well. Yeah. Which is a

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application of the meaning. And the last mother knows best.

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They've Any other questions?

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Okay, so the brothers asking falluja

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patina, this seems to be a letter, they're showing that you should pause right?

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Okay. The reason is, is because the two different statements? Yeah, the first statement is, they're going to say this when they wake up. Then the second statement is, they'll be told, You know what, this is what allow us saying all along. Now, who says the second statement? Is it somebody else? According to some somebody else it is alone? So if you said it all together, it would sound like one person is saying the whole thing? Yeah. Oh, you stop there. Our cane. This is that, and this is that

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accommodates that type of meaning. And basically, in the Quran, that those that read rules, they all around the meaning.

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If the meaning is in a bit distorted, if you don't stop, or if you do stop, then they will put signs they don't stop, they just have this recommended is not recommended. So idea. That's why, you know, this is something new Arab before they could tell the meaning that need to be told that you can't stop there. They knew that if I don't stop there, or if I do stop there, the mean is going to be terrible. How could distort the meaning and sometimes you hear it? Yeah. Sometimes really bad mistakes are made by sometimes famous for are they stopping in places where they are saying blasphemous things? blasphemous things, the way what the what they just said, If you stop there, and

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just took what they said, they've said something like, and

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he said, No, Miriam, he killed to stop. What do you mean? What do you say that doesn't make any sense? Then you stop. And then you start again, as if you're starting another sentence and sound like you're talking about something else.

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So there's, there's many examples of that. And the person who wants to tell you to read, you know, Maasai who's one of the famous curar in Egypt at the moment, he came to Denmark Can he get as close as read he said that out cough which means the stopping is 50% of the tweet.

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50% of tears read is knowing we can stop away You can't stop.

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He does what he said. That's a big thing. Okay, so does that